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A note on oseltamivir treatment in a boy with G6PD deficiency
Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2010,
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Thrombosis and risk factors
Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2010,
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Factor V 1691 G-A mutation distribution in a healthy Turkish population
Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2009,
Abstract: The aim of this review was to compile published data on factor V 1691 G-A alteration in a healthy Turkish population and also to stimulate the reporting of unpublished data, in order to create a map for factor V Leiden (FVL) in Turkey. From a total of 4276 healthy individuals from 26 different centers of Turkey, 345 FVL carriers (7.9%) were determined. FVL was strikingly high among newborns from two different centers (10.9%).
Effect of Factor V Leiden on Thrombosis in Childhood Leukemia  [PDF]
Dilara Fatma Ak?n, Nejat Akar
Open Journal of Blood Diseases (OJBD) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojbd.2013.33020
Abstract: Thromboembolism is an important complication in children undergoing therapy for ALL as it has the potential to impact adversely on both their survival and quality of life. The incidence of thrombosis in children with ALL varies between 1.1% and 36.7% and the actual mean is 3.2%. The aim of our study is to review the available reported data on the effect of FVL on thrombotic risk in pediatric patients with acute leukemia.
The frequency of Factor V G1691A (Leiden) mutation in Iraqi Turks
Arjan Esmael,Yonca E?in,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
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The importance of studying inherited hematological disorders in ancient Anatolian populations
Ye?im Do?an Alako?,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
Abstract: Before analysis of DNA from ancient remains was possible, anthropologists studied evolution and migration patterns using data obtained from population genetic studies on modern populations combined with data obtained from morphological evaluations of ancient remains. Currently, DNA analysis of ancient populations is making a valuable contribution to these efforts. Researchers that perform ancient DNA analysis prefer to study polymorphisms on the Y chromosome or mitochondrial DNA because the results are easier to statistically evaluate. To evaluate polymorphisms on diploid genomes, which are more informative, only mutations that have been extensively examined in modern populations should be chosen. The most extensively evaluated mutations are those related to prevalent inherited disorders. As such, beta-thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, FVL mutation of globin and the factor V genes are good candidates for DNA studies in ancient populations. These mutations are common in Anatolia, host to many civilizations since the Paleolithic period. This history makes Anatolia a good place for conducting research that could enhance our understanding of human evolution and migration patterns.
The incidence of alpha-thalassemia in Iraqi Turks
Arjan Esmael,Ay?enur ?ztürk,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
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The incidence of alpha-thalassemia in Setif, Algeria
Ay?enur ?ztürk,Bakhouche Houcher,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2010,
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First observation of hemoglobin Crete [Beta129(H7) Ala>Pro] in the Turkish population
?i?dem Arslan,Selda Kahraman,Hayri ?zsan,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2011,
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Premarital screening in Mu la region of Turkey
Sibel ?zdemir,?smail Hakk? Timur,?skender Gencer,Nejat Akar
Turkish Journal of Hematology , 2009,
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