Publications

Publications for Murat Can Çobanoğlu, Ph.D.

2016

Wise*, A. and Cobanoglu*, M. C. Predicting Targeted Cancer Therapeutics. bioRxiv 057901.

2015

Cobanoglu, M. C., Oltvai, Z. N., Taylor, D. L. and Bahar, I. BalestraWeb: efficient online evaluation of drug-target interactions. Bioinformatics 31, 131–133.

Cheng M. H., Block E., Hu F., Cobanoglu M. C., Sorkin A. and Bahar I. Insights into the Modulation of Dopamine Transporter Function by Amphetamine, Orphenadrine, and Cocaine Binding. Front. Neurol. 6, 134 (2015).

2014

O'Reilly* L. P., Long* O. S., Cobanoglu* M. C., Benson J. A., Luke C. J., Miedel M. T., Hale P., Perlmutter D. H., Bahar I., Silverman G. A. and Pak S. C. A genome-wide RNAi screen identifies potential drug targets in a C. elegans model of α1-antitrypsin deficiency. Hum. Mol. Genet. 23, 5123–5132.

2013

Cobanoglu, M. C., Liu, C., Hu, F., Oltvai, Z. N. and Bahar, I. Predicting drug-target interactions using probabilistic matrix factorization. J. Chem. Inf. Model. 53, 3399–3409.

Cayli, M., Cobanoglu, M. C. and Balcisoy, S. GlyphLink: An interactive visualization approach for semantic graphs. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 24, 463–471.

2012

Kim H., Bernard M. E., Farkas A., Goff J., Kalash R., Houghton F., Shields D., Franicola D., Dixon T., Zhang X., Epperly M., Wang H., Cobanoglu M. C., Greenberger J. S., Ionizing irradiation protection and mitigation of murine cells by carbamazepine is p53 and autophagy independent. In Vivo 26, 341–354.

2011

Cobanoglu, M. C., Saygin, Y. and Sezerman, U. Classification of GPCRs using family specific motifs. IEEE/ACM Trans. Comput. Biol. Bioinform. 8, 1495–1508.

2010

Cobanoglu, M. C., Sezerman, U. and Karabulut, N. P. Determining the ligand-specific regions of peptide-binding G-Protein Coupled Receptors. in Health Informatics and Bioinformatics (HIBIT), 2010 5th International Symposium on 211–213 (2010).

2009

Cobanoglu, M. C., Kindiroglu, A. A. and Balcisoy, S. Comparison of mobile device navigation information display alternatives from the cognitive load perspective. in International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics 149–157 (2009).