Hasibe Cingilli Vural
Medicine Biology Department, Scientific Research Laboratory, SelÃ§uk University, Turkey
Born in Konya, Turkey, in 1972. Graduated in Molecular Biology at Institu of Gebze High Technology University in Kocaeli, Turkey, Full PhD. at SelÃ§uk University, Hasibe Cingilli VURAL. Expertise: Dr. Hasibe has been researcher and head of the DNA laboratory at the SelÃ§uk University, Turkey since 2007. Then I studying in Medical Faculty in Necmettin Erbakan University at now. I am researcher and lecturer. Dr. Hasibe is an experienced biological anthropologist with particular expertise in paleopathology and recent and ancient skeletal variation. After initial studies on developmental anatomical topics. Main research topics are: cancer molecular biology, epigenetic mechanisms and genomics and metabolic pathways. Studies on synthesis and characterization of DNA ligands and vectors, on G-quadruplex interactive compounds as telomerase inhibitors, on new lipids and liposomes, molecular modeling for drug design and plant, animal or human, microorganism, tissue, blood, hair, forensics etc. and organic materials isolated from archaeologic remains. Furthermore, aDNA, mtDNA, RNA, protein and DNA studies, RT-PCR, and gene manuplation etc. Spectroscopic studies of the interactions between the synthesized ligands and different DNA structures. In Environmental Chemistry: new techniques for the characterization of atmospheric particulate matter, detection of PCBÂcarboxylic acids in seawater, new methods for the inertization of hazardous waste products. Her current research interests include pattern recognition in forensics, biology, molecular biology, archaeomety, pharmaceuticals, medicine, environment and using data obtained from chromatography, spectrophotometric analysis, electrophoresis. DNA and protein sequence analysis and biopharmaceutical and food analysis. Currently, she was manager in the Archaeometry and Biotechnology Laboratory.
Genetics, Molecular Biology, Epigenetic,Cancer Molecular Biology, Gene Expressions in Organisms