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In a study conducted in Turkey 'd in partnership with Prof. Dr. Ozcelik from Bilkent University in the last study of the American scientist Prof. Dr. Young ' of the Nobel Prize in medicine and #39; It turned out to be done.

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The discovery of "insomnia gene" in latest study of Prof. Dr. Michael Young from American scientist Rockefeller University, from this year's owners of Nobel Prize in Medicine, is known for its genetic research from Bilkent University Prof. Dr. Tayfun Ozcelik emerged in a study conducted in Turkey in partnership.

This year's Nobel prize in medicine revealed that it was shared between Jeffrey C. Hall, Michael Robash and Michael W. Young, who discovered molecular mechanisms that control circadian rhythm, also known as biological clock. In text, which was citing Nobel committee to receive medical award, survey also included discovery of "Insomnia gene", which was jointly written by Turkish scientist Prof. Dr. Tayfun Ozcelik and Prof. Dr. Michael Young.

The scientific research, conducted under leadership of Prof. Dr. Ozcelik and Prof. Dr. Young, was discovered by gene that led to discomfort of falling asleep, known as "Night Owl" among public. Thus, DNA diagnostic testing was also developed for detection of people with genetic change defined as "CRY1 mutation". It also revealed rapeutic properties of sunlight and right wavelength of light for those who were uncomfortable not to fall asleep. The research was also discovered that biological clocks of those who were unable to sleep late, were programmed to study genetically slow, and that caused mutation in gene called "Kritochrome 1-CRY1".

The study, Bilkent, Rockefeller and Cornell universities, Turkish Academy of Sciences, United States National Institutes of Health (NIH), Calico Life Sciences-LLC with company of Brain and Behavioral Research Foundation was supported.

Prof. Dr. Michael Young

"Genome, one of four main projects in human history"

Prof. Dr. Tayfun Ozcelik stated that four main projects were made throughout history of mankind. The discovery of first atomic bomb, second of NASA research, third of CERN, and fourth of Human Genome Project stating that Ozcelik, "Human DNA password, was resolved between years 1990-2003. Since 2003, world's goal is to not end se projects, "he said.

In medicine, 7 thousand diseases of type of disease voicing Ozcelik, rare and very common diseases can be divided into two, he explained.

The walking gene on foot of hand was discovered in Turkey

Ozcelik, in 2008, work carried out in four families living in Hatay, Adana, Gaziantep and Canakkale, "walking gene on foot" of famous physiologist Üner Tan, was reminded of discoveries.

In this work, by moving from one family to ones carrying out research through those who carry gene, Ozcelik, which was published in September of last year in Journal of Nature Genetics, during discovery of this gene to world of science They suggested method y used, and science world, "if you are looking for complex genes, not patients affected by complex diseases, examine ir families," commented.

Prof. Dr. Tayfun Ozcelik

In genome research around world, re are hundreds of thousands of patients to determine genetic analyses of genes, which drew attention to analysis Ozcelik, said:

"Wher you choose which disease is rare or common, you will walk through genetic research with a single family. It is imperative that ancestors of this family be from same land for 10,000 years. It's a second condition that family lives on migration routes. The third condition to live in region where relative marriage is high is fourth condition that family is stable in last 200 years, and finally re are families with many children. In this environment, genes can be found among people who are not actually sick. We've proved it to world in gene walking on foot of hand. We have reached families that provide se 5 conditions, even though it is rarest disease in world. We've reached 250 members of family. Then we did genome examination and discovered this gene from a solid individual. "

Stating that he had carried gene as he did in gait gene on his hand, and revealed a reverse approach that involves removing genome of healthy individuals within same family, Ozcelik said, "a reversal of all world-wide studies We proposed an approach, "he said.

Insomnia gene found opposite approach

In this reverse approach, Nobel prize-worthy Young, who has conducted joint studies, Ozcelik, first outcome of this year in Cell magazine with article announced to world of science and widespread insomnia caused gene He said y discovered.

"The insomnia gene study is also in text explaining justification of Nobel Prize for medicine," said Ozcelik, who was awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine from Rockefeller University, who has been working in collaboration since 2010. This study was jointly published in Cell magazine in April of this year with Young. In this study, we extracted genome of 102 people from 16 large families from Turkey. From se people we have detected gene of insomnia in 43. "

Ozcelik, "Did you expect Young to take Nobel?" I'm so happy when I found out that Young was worthy of Nobel prize in medicine. The sleepless gene between Young's work was found with opportunities that Bilkent University provided to us. We have developed story that begins with gait gene on foot, finding gene that causes a very common disorder such as insomnia, "he said.

"The biggest contribution of Turkey to world science will be activation of turkey Genome project," said Ozcelik, who has been conducting research on or expansions that y expect to conclude beyond gene exploration of Young. Turkey is actually natural leader of genome projects of Middle East and Mediterranean countries. The whole world expects it, "he said.


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