Studies on tRNA from human cancers.

Candaş, Mehmet


Assessing the human rights regime of the Council of Europe in terms of economic and social rights
Milli, Ece; Okyayuz, Mehmet; Department of European Studies (2012)
This thesis seeks to answer the question whether economic and social rights have the same status with civil and political rights under the human rights regime of the Council of Europe. To this end, the thesis examines the assumptions with regard to the nature of economic and social rights, on the one hand, and civil and political rights, on the other. Second, it seeks to find out whether the nature of economic and social rights is different from that of civil and political rights. Third, it examines how the...
Investigation of control of human balance-recovery reactions
Bilgin, Nurdan; Özgören, Mustafa Kemal; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2015)
In this study, a natural control law has been conjectured, which is assumed to be applied by the central nervous system of a human being in order to maintain the erect posture after being exposed to a suddenly occurring impulsive disturbance. The control law is conjectured as PD (proportional-derivative) control, because it has to be compatible with the physiological facts. The conjectured control law has been validated by comparing a set of experimental results with the corresponding set of simulation resu...
Evaluating the human rights of stateless people: reflections of Arendt, Agamben, and Ranciere
Türkdoğan, Elçin; Deveci, Cem; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2011)
As it is widely accepted, human rights are inalienable and equal rights that we have simply because we are human. They are guaranteed to all people regardless of their nationality, race, sex, ethnicity, etc. Moreover, they are rights that their holder cannot lose them temporarily or permanently. Yet, today many millions people around the world are denied to exercise their most basic human rights because they are not citizen of any country. They are stateless people. Although there have been many internation...
Rethinking the historical basis for the protection of human rights: The role of universal norms, state power, and social struggles
Zeyrek, Bilge Ece; Bedirhanoğlu Toker, Pınar; Department of International Relations (2022-8)
The continuation of human rights crises at a time when human rights have become a common value in both international and local politics is a puzzle that needs to be questioned. This thesis searches for an answer to this question by critically overviewing the history of human rights, in which the idea and practice of universal human rights have developed by considering universal norms, state power, and social struggles. The 18th century, the post-1945 period, and the post-Cold War period are examined with th...
Nietzsche and the human rights
Altun, Damla; Deveci, Cem; Department of Political Science and Public Administration (2006)
Today the conception of human rights is an idea that preserves its intransitive, inalienable and indivisible quality with a cross-cultural reference. The idea of human rights, entering our lives from the 18th century onwards, has gained a worldwide recognition through the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The idea occupies place both at the level of rules and principles as a project and at the level of our daily problem solutions, modifications and the daily course of our lives as a pragmatics. The pol...
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M. Candaş, “Studies on tRNA from human cancers.,” Middle East Technical University, 1988.