Sendemir-Urkmez Aylin

Sendemir-Urkmez Aylin Country: Turkey
Laboratory webpage
E-mail: sendemir@gmail.com

Participation in Working Groups

  • WG3 - New methodologies to study mechanobiology of cells and tissues
  • WG4 - Mechanobiological principles of rare and common diseases

Research Interests

In vitro 3D tissue and disease models

3D Bioprinting

3D Scaffold production

Mechano-transduction

Cytotoxicity & Genotoxicity Testing

Technologies offered to other EuroCellNet participants

3D Tissue Culture Techniques

Tissue Scaffold Preperation

Cytotoxicity & Genotoxicity Testing

3D Bioprinting

Micro-CT

RT-PCR

Technologies sought from other EuroCellNet participants

3D imaging techniques

iPS technique

CRISPR technique

Protein biology

Publications

S. U. Yavuz, A. Sendemir Urkmez, K. S. Turker (2010), “Effect of gender, age, fatigue and contraction level on electromechanical delay”, Clinical Neurophysiology, 121(10): s.1700-1706.

Görgün, S. Ozturk, S. Gokalp, H. S. Vatansever, S.İ. Deliloğlu Gürhan, A. Sendemir-Urkmez (2016), "Synergistic role of three dimensional niche and hypoxia on conservation of cancer stem cell phenotype", International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 90: 20-26.

O.M. Duman, C. Celik, M. Sarıkanat, A. Sendemir Urkmez, (2014), “Investigation of central nervous system neurons under mechanical strain: an in vitro traumatic brain ınjury model”, 18th Biomedical Engineering National Meeting, IEEE 16th – 17th October, Istanbul, Full paper

A. Sendemir Urkmez, and R.D. Jamison (2007), “The addition of biphasic calcium phosphate to porous chitosan scaffolds enhances bone tissue development in vitro”, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Part A., 81, s. 624 – 633.

A. Sendemir Urkmez, R. D. Jamison (2011), “Basic fibroblast growth factor retains ıts biological activity in vitro when delivered through degradation of gelatin microspheres”, International Journal of Natural and Engineering Sciences, 5(3): s. 71-76.