Ezgi Antmen Altunsoy

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ezgia@metu.edu.tr
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Department of Engineering Sciences
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Extracellular matrix, cell adhesion, cell substrate interactions, mechanobiology
Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi (Wiley-VCH Verlag Weinheim GmbH, 2021-03-01)
Micropatterned Surfaces Expose the Coupling between Actin Cytoskeleton-Lamin/Nesprin and Nuclear Deformability of Breast Cancer Cells with Different Malignancies.
Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi; Demirci, Utkan; Hasirci, Vasif (2021-01-01)
Mechanotransduction proteins transfer mechanical stimuli through nucleo‐cytoskeletal coupling and affect the nuclear morphology of cancer cells. However, the contribution of actin filament integrity has never been studied ...
A two-compartment bone tumor model to investigate interactions between healthy and tumor cells
Komez, Aylin; Buyuksungur, Arda; Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi; Swieszkowski, Wojciech; Hasırcı, Nesrin; Hasırcı, Vasıf Nejat (2020-01-01)
We produced a novel three-dimensional (3D) bone tumor model (BTM) to study the interactions between healthy and tumor cells in a tumor microenvironment, the migration tendency of the tumor cells, and the efficacy of an ant...
Engineered natural and synthetic polymer surfaces induce nuclear deformation in osteosarcoma cells
Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi; Ermiş Şen, Menekşe; Demirci, Utkan; Hasırcı, Vasıf Nejat (2019-02-01)
Cell-substrate interactions involve constant probing of microenvironment by cells. One of the responses of cells to environmental cues is to change the conformation of their cytoplasm and nucleus. We hypothesized that surf...
Micro and Nanofabrication methods to control cell-substrate interactions and cell behavior: A review from the tissue engineering perspective
Ermiş Şen, Menekşe; Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi; Hasırcı, Vasıf Nejat (2018-09-01)
Cell-substrate interactions play a crucial role in the design of better biomaterials and integration of implants with the tissues. Adhesion is the binding process of the cells to the substrate through interactions between ...
CONTRIBUTION OF PHYSICAL FORCES ON THE DESIGN OF BIOMIMETIC TISSUE SUBSTITUTES
Ermis, Menekse; Baran, Erkan Turker; Dursun, Tugba; Antmen Altunsoy, Ezgi; Hasirci, Vasif (2014-01-01)
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