Doğan Akbulut

E-mail
dogana@metu.edu.tr
Department
Department of Chemistry
Studies Towards the Preparation of Functional Cellulose Microspheres with an Affinity Towards Bacterial Cells
Demirel, Kaan; Akbulut, Doğan; Yılmaz, Ozan; Türkyılmaz, Serhan (2021-04-08)
Cellulose microspheres (CMs, diameters 10-1000 m) have been used as stationary phases in chromatography, substrates for ion exchange applications, supports for protein immobilization and solid-phase synthesis, and drug lo...
Efficient Photodynamic Inactivation of Escherichia coli using a Zinc(II)-Bisdipicolylamine Complex Bearing Porphyrin Derivative and its Liposomal Formulation
Selvi, Hatice Tuğba; Şahin, Sevil; Akbulut, Doğan; Türkyılmaz, Serhan (2021-04-08)
Antibiotic resistant bacterial strains (e.g. MRSA, VRE, MDR-TB and so on) pose a significant threat to public health1 and complete drug resistance could prove to be more lethal than viral pandemics like Covid-19.2 Targeted...
Size-Controlled Preparation of Cellulose Microspheres and Preliminary Investigation of their Use as Additives in Cosmetic Products
Türkyılmaz, Serhan; Demir, Başak Burçak; Akbulut, Doğan (2021-03-26)
Plastic microbeads (PMs) having sizes in the micrometer range (10-1000 m) are added to cosmetic products as colorants, as exfoliating agents, and as additives to improve spreadability and texture. The use of PMs in cosmet...
Zinc(II)-Bisdipicolylamine Complex Bearing Agents for Selective Agglutination, Imaging, and Photodynamic Inactivation of Bacterial Cells
Türkyılmaz, Serhan; Özketen, Ahmet Çağlar; Selvi, Hatice Tuğba; Akbulut, Doğan; Yılmaz, Ozan; Öner, Kaan (2020-02-27)
The constant emergence of bacterial strains resistant to antibiotics in clinical use is a critical threat to public health.2 Recognition groups that selectively target bacterial cells may enhance the efficacy of antibiotic...
Studies Towards the Size-Controlled Preparation of Cellulose Microspheres
Türkyılmaz, Serhan; Demir, Başak Burçak; Akbulut, Doğan (2020-02-21)
Microbeads are manufactured from plastics and have sizes in the 10 to 1000 micrometer range. These beads are added to cosmetic products as exfoliating agents, as additives to improve texture and spreadability, and as color...
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