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Chronobiology International, ISSN 0742-0528, 10/2019, Volume 36, Issue 10, pp. 1343 - 1350
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Gynecological endocrinology : the official journal of the International Society of Gynecological Endocrinology, ISSN 0951-3590, 08/2019, pp. 1 - 8
Pituitary apoplexy (PA) during pregnancy is a rare acute clinical situation which could have life-threatening consequences. Here we reported a case of... 
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Chronobiology international, 07/2019, p. 1
Circadian disruption has been linked with immune-related morbidities including autoimmune diseases. clock gene is a key player in the mammalian circadian... 
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Chronobiology International, ISSN 0742-0528, 10/2019, Volume 36, Issue 10, pp. 1343 - 1350
Circadian disruption has been linked with immune-related morbidities including autoimmune diseases. PERIOD3 (PER3) clock gene is a key player in the mammalian... 
polymorphism | PER3 | Circadian rhythm | Graves' disease | Hashimoto's thyroiditis | SLEEP | PHYSIOLOGY | PERIPHERAL CIRCADIAN CLOCKS | SHIFT WORK | BIOLOGY | RISK
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by Karacetin, Gul and Arman, Ayse Rodopman and Fis, Nese Perdahli and Demirci, Esra and Ozmen, Sevgi and Hesapcioglu, Selma Tural and Oztop, Didem and Tufan, Ali Evren and Tural, Umit and Aktepe, Evrim and Aksu, Hatice and Ardic, Ulku Akyol and Basgul, Senem and Bilac, Oznur and Coskun, Murat and Coskun, Seyma and Coskun, Nese and Celik, Gonca Gul and Demirkaya, Sevcan Karakoc and Dursun, Onur Burak and Durukan, Ibrahim and Fidan, Tulin and Gencoglan, Salih and Gokcen, Cem and Gokten, Emel Sari and Gorker, Isık and Gormez, Vahdet and Gundogdu, Ozlem Yildiz and Gurkan, Cihat Kagan and Herguner, Sabri and Kandemir, Hasan and Kilic, Hilal Tugba and Kilic, Birim Gunay and Kilincaslan, Ayse and Mutluer, Tuba and Nasiroglu, Serhat and Ozcan, Ozlem Ozel and Ozturk, Mucahit and Sapmaz, Sermin Yalin and Suren, Serkan and Sahin, Nilfer and Tahiroglu, Aysegul Yolga and Toros, Fevziye and Unal, Fatih and Vural, Pinar and Yazici, Kemal Utku and Yazici, Ipek Percinel and Yildirim, Veli and Yulaf, Yasemin and Yuce, Murat and Yuksel, Tugba and Akdemir, Devrim and Altun, Hatice and Ayik, Basak and Bilgic, Ayhan and Bozkurt, Ozlem Hekim and Cakir, Emine Demirbas and Ceri, Veysi and Demir, Ibrahim and Demir, Nagehan Ucok and Demir, Nuran and Dinc, Gulser and Irmak, Mustafa Yasin and Irmak, Ayse and Karaman, Dursun and Kinik, Mehmet Fatih and Mazlum, Betul and Memik, Nursu Cakin and Ozdemir, Fatma Akkus and Ozdemir, Hanife and Ozdemir, Dilsad Foto and Sinir, Hayati and Tasdelen, Bedia Ince and Taskin, Beril and Ugur, Cagatay and Uran, Pınar and Uysal, Taciser and Uneri, Ozden Sukran and Yilmaz, Savas and Yilmaz, Sultan Seval and Acikel, Burak and Aktas, Huseyin and Alaca, Rumeysa and Alic, Betul Gul and Almbaidheen, Mahmoud and Ari, Fatma Pinar and Aslan, Cihan and Atabay, Ender and Ay, Merve Gunay and Aydemir, Hilal and Ayranci, Gülseda and Babadagi, Zehra and Bayar, Hasan and Bayhan, Pelin Con and Bayram, Ozlem and Bektas, Nese Dikmeer and Berberoglu, Kivanc Kudret and Bostan, Recep and Cakan, Yasemin and Canli, Merve Arici and ...
Journal of Affective Disorders, ISSN 0165-0327, 10/2018, Volume 238, pp. 513 - 521
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by Ercan, Eyup Sabri and Polanczyk, Guilherme and Akyol Ardıc, Ulku and Yuce, Deniz and Karacetın, Gul and Tufan, Ali Evren and Tural, Umit and Aksu, Hatice and Aktepe, Evrim and Rodopman Arman, Ayşe and Başgül, Senem and Bılac, Oznur and Coşkun, Murat and Celık, Gonca Gul and Karakoc Demırkaya, Sevcan and Dursun, Burak Onur and Durukan, İbrahim and Fidan, Tülin and Perdahlı Fiş, Neşe and Gençoğlan, Salih and Gökçen, Cem and Görker, Işık and Görmez, Vahdet and Gündoğdu, Özlem Yıldız and Gürkan, Cihat Kaan and Hergüner, Sabri and Tural Hesapçıoğlu, Selma and Kandemir, Hasan and Kılıç, Birim Günay and Kılınçaslan, Ayse and Mutluer, Tuba and Nasiroğlu, Serhat and Özel Özcan, Özlem and Öztürk, Mücahit and Öztop, Didem and Yalın Sapmaz, Sermin and Süren, Serkan and Şahin, Nilfer and Yolga Tahıroglu, Aysegul and Toros, Fevziye and Ünal, Fatih and Vural, Pınar and Perçinel Yazıcı, İpek and Yazıcı, Kemal Utku and Yıldırım, Veli and Yulaf, Yasemin and Yüce, Murat and Yüksel, Tuğba and Akdemir, Devrim and Altun, Hatice and Ayık, Başak and Bilgic, Ayhan and Hekim Bozkurt, Özlem and Demirbaş Çakır, Emine and Çeri, Veysi and Üçok Demir, Nagehan and Dinç, Gülser and Irmak, Mustafa Yasin and Karaman, Dursun and Kınık, Mehmet Fatih and Mazlum, Betül and Memik, Nursu Çakın and Foto Özdemir, Dilşad and Sınır, Hayati and Ince Taşdelen, Bedia and Taşkın, Beril and Uğur, Çağatay and Uran, Pınar and Uysal, Taciser and Üneri, Özden and Yilmaz, Savas and Seval Yılmaz, Sultan and Açıkel, Burak and Aktaş, Hüseyin and Alaca, Rümeysa and Alıç, Betül Gül and Almaidan, Mahmut and Arı, Fatma Pınar and Aslan, Cihan and Atabay, Ender and Ay, Merve Günay and Aydemir, Hilal and Ayrancı, Gülseda and Babadagı, Zehra and Bayar, Hasan and Çon Bayhan, Pelin and Bayram, Özlem and Dikmeer Bektaş, Neşe and Berberoğlu, Kıvanç Kudret and Bostan, Recep and Arıcı Canlı, Merve and Cansız, Mehmet Akif and Ceylan, Cansın and Coşkun, Neşe and Coşkun, Seyma and Çakan, Yasemin and Demir, İbrahim and Demir, Nuran and Yıldırım Demirdöğen, Esen and Doğan, Büşra and ...
Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, ISSN 0803-9488, 02/2019, Volume 73, Issue 2, pp. 132 - 140
Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of childhood psychopathologies in Turkey. Method: A nation-wide, randomly selected, representative... 
prevalence | epidemiology | mental | Turkey | psychopathology | Psychiatric
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