Investigating of oral constraceptives effects on weight gaining mechanisms in polycystic ovary sendrome (PCOS) patients

Yanık, Tülin
Yildiz, Bulent Okan


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Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a progressive chronic disorder, which affects people belonging to all age groups of the population. This disease is accompanied by a greatly increased risk of cardiovascular death. In the present study, the effects of streptozotocin (STZ)-induced type 1 diabetes on apex myocardium of the rat heart have been investigated using Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectra. The cluster analysis has been applied to FTIR spectra to differentiate the diabetic samples from the normal control...
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Today, obesity is one of the most important health problems. For long, obesity has been linked to the diet type and daily caloric intake. The effect of time restricted feeding (TRF) on the weight management is less documented. The aim of this study was to investigate whether long-term night-time restricted feeding affects body weight gain, metabolic parameters, blood leptin levels, and behavioral performance in elderly overweight male Wistar rats. For 3 months (10 years in human), 14-months old, overweight ...
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During healthy aging, the brain undergoes several structural changes such as brain atrophy, decreased volume of GM and WM and increase in CSF volume. These changes introduce prominent low contrast effects to the MRI images of the aging population, causing segmentation problems in the data processing pipeline. Measures of tissue characteristics such as T1, T2 provide unique and complementary information to widely used measures of brain atrophy. In this study, image quality metrics such as contrast, SNR, CNR ...
Investigation of telomerase activity and gene expression in colorectal cancer
İzgi, Ahu; Gündüz, Ufuk; Department of Biology (2012)
Human telomerase is a reverse transcriptase which synthesizes telomeric repeat sequences at the ends of chromosomes. The telomerase enzyme has two essential subunits to be functional which are called telomerase reverse transcriptase (hTERT) and human telomerase RNA (hTR). Telomerase uses its RNA subunit as a template for the addition of hexameric repeats at the ends of chromosomes. The activity of telomerase has been detected in immortal cells but not in most normal somatic cells. Therefore, its activity co...
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T. Yanık and B. O. Yildiz, “Investigating of oral constraceptives effects on weight gaining mechanisms in polycystic ovary sendrome (PCOS) patients,” 2010, vol. 42, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: