The investigation of early molecular consequences of chemically induced epileptic activity

Gorgulu, Sevgi Turker
Kara, Nihan
Gunes, Zeynep
Ates, Nurbay
Ilbay, Gul
Severcan, Feride


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Cemil, Berker; Tun, Kagan; Kaptanoglu, Erkan; Cevirgen, Banu; Gurcay, Ahmet Gurhan; Kaymaz, Figen; TEKDEMİR, İBRAHİM (Informa UK Limited, 2009-01-01)
Object. The authors conducted a study to determine the effectiveness of mitomycin C (MMC) in preventing epidural fibrosis in rats which underwent craniectomy. Methods. Craniectomies were performed in the right frontoparietal region; after the procedure the animals had been divided in 2 groups of 10 each. Cotton pads soaked with 0.1mg/ml MMC or saline (control) were applied to the operative sites. Four weeks after craniectomy the rats were sacrificed, and epidural fibrosis was evaluated histologically. The d...
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The relationship between the individual and nature in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poems
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The analysis of the theme of anger in john Osborne's: The analysis of the theme of anger in John Osborne's : look back in anger, inadmissible evidence, watch it come down
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This thesis analyses the theme of anger in John Osborne̕s plays, namely Look Back in Anger, Inadmissible Evidence and Watch it Come Down, in terms of frustration-aggression hypothesis and psychoanalytic theory. It investigates the reasons for the protagonists̕ rage and the ways the characters reflect their anger onto other people.
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S. T. Gorgulu, N. Kara, Z. Gunes, N. Ates, G. Ilbay, and F. Severcan, “The investigation of early molecular consequences of chemically induced epileptic activity,” 2006, vol. 47, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: