Serkan Erdoğan

Serkan Erdoğan
Tekirdağ Namık Kemal Üniversitesi · Anatomy

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Additional affiliations
October 2014 - present
Namık Kemal Üniversitesi
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
January 2014 - April 2016
Namık Kemal Üniversitesi
Position
  • Head of Department
January 2014 - January 2017
Namık Kemal Üniversitesi
Position
  • Head of Department
Education
September 2006 - October 2010
Dicle University
Field of study
  • Veterinary Anatomy
September 2004 - June 2006
Erciyes Üniversitesi
Field of study
  • Veterinary Histology and Embryology

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Publications (80)
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1. The aim of the present study is to describe, immunohistochemically, the expression and cell type localisation of growth factor receptors and some of their ligands in the oropharyngeal organs of the Chukar partridge. 2. The tissue samples from 10 healthy adult partridges were dissected under ether anaesthesia and then embedded in paraffin followi...
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The implantation and placental development processes are regulated with cell adhesion molecules and remodeling of the maternal endometrium's extracellular matrices (ECM) and fetal chorion. This study aimed to investigate the distribution and localization of some classical cadherins (E-, N-, and P-cadherins) and extracellular matrix components colla...
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This study aimed to reveal the anatomical features of the bovine eye by scanning electron and light microscopic methods. For this purpose, a total of 40 eyes were evaluated. Gross and microscopic characteristics of the cornea, sclera, ciliary body, choroid, iris, and lens were determined. Bowman's and Descemet's membranes of the cornea were quite d...
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Objective data mainly from the comparative anatomy of various organs related to human speech and language is considered to unearth clues about the mechanisms behind language development. The two organs of the larynx and hyoid bone are considered to have evolved towards suitable positions and forms in preparation for the occurrence of the large repe...
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In this study, we aimed to observe the localization and expression of peptide hormones—leptin, ghrelin and obestatin—in the sheep tongue by immunohistochemistry. For that purpose, tongues of ten adult sheep were used. Leptin expression of moderate intensity was observed in the basal and parabasal epithelial cells of the luminal epithelium, and lept...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the morphology of the tongue which plays an important role in the digestive and sensory system. The tongues of 20 female broilers were examined in this study. Tongues extracted after dissection were fixed in glutaraldehyde and observed under scanning electron microscope (SEM) and photographed. Also, morphome...
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A conspicuous feature of extant tetrapods is a movable tongue that plays a role in food uptake, mastication, and swallowing. The tongue is a muscle mass covered by a mucosal sheath, but the tongues of amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals are diverse in general morphology and function. For example, in frogs and toads, a component of the musculus...
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This study aimed to investigate the views of first-year veterinary students in Turkey from six veterinary faculties on their anatomy courses and to evaluate their perceptions of the uses of animals and other teaching alternatives from an ethical perspective. The study sample included a total of 293 veterinary students studying in the provinces of A...
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It is known that ghrelin, obestatin and leptin are involved in many biological processes such as appetite-energy regulation, growth hormone release and cell proliferation. In addition to these biological activities of in human and rodents, direct effects of these hormones on reproductive functions and regulation of smooth muscle contractions have g...
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This research aimed to reveal the general morphology and topographic distribution of lingual papillae, epithelial characteristics, mucosal structure, and glands with their mucin content in the sheep tongue, with consideration of species‐specific characteristics. The tongues of ten sheep were analyzed for this purpose. Filiform and fungiform papilla...
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The mammalian testis possesses a special immunological environment because of its properties of remarkable immune privilege and effective local innate immunity. The testicular immune privilege protects immunogenic germ cells from systemic immune attack, and local innate immunity is important in preventing testicular microbial infections. Thus, this...
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This research presents the first anatomical description of the tongue and lingual papillae of the mountain lion (puma). The tongues of three adult male pumas were used in this study. The tongues were dissected and studied firstly by gross and stereomicroscopy. Samples of each part were processed by study with scanning electron microscopy. The margi...
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The vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) family belong to the platelet-derived growth factor supergene family and is involved in angiogenesis and mitogenesis. The VEGF–VEGFR system regulates endothelial cell proliferation, migration, vascular permeability, secretion and other non-endothelial cells functions. To clarify the possible role of end...
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This study was aimed to demonstrate the specific anatomical features of the skull bones of Nehring's blind mole rats. Eight skulls, belonging to animals of both sexes, were used. The occipital squama contributed to the formation of the caudal portion of the skull roof. The foramen magnum was quite large. The external occipital crest was present onl...
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Introduction: This study was aimed to investigate the views of first-year Turkish veterinary students on the anatomy course they receive throughout their education and to evaluate their perceptions into the use of animals for educational purposes through an ethical perspective. Materials and Methods: The study sample included a total of 293 veterin...
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Stress based on high temperature and humidity reduces the production performance of fast-growing broilers and causes high mortality. Temperatures higher than optimum have been applied to broilers in the embryonic period in order to overcome thermal stress. This study was conducted to investigate the effects of exposure to two long-term high-thermal...
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The aim of this study was to compare the anatomical and functional characteristics of the lingual papilla among the Camelidae. For this purpose, tongues of alpaca, guanaco, and llama were used. Numerous long and thin filiform papillae were located in the median groove and none were detected on the rest of the dorsal surface of the lingual apex in a...
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The intestinal mucosa is under continuous attack of microorganisms and is defended by the joint action of epithelial cells and specialized immune cells. Osteopontin (OPN), a member of the Small Integrin-Binding Ligand, N-linked Glycoprotein (SIBLING) family, is an adhesive phosphorylated glyco-protein that is synthesized by a variety of nonimmune a...
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This study was carried out to determine morphological structures of Anatolian Shepherd dog eye to compare with other animals. This important sensory organ from five adult male dogs were investigated by light microscopic and scanning electron microscopic analyses. Anatolian Shepherd dog cornea is about 435 (center) to 501 (periphery) µm thick. The d...
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In this study, we aimed to describe the morphological characteristics of the lingual papillae in two species of Otariidae family by stereomicroscopy and scanning electron microscopy. We used tongues of two South American Otariidae species. The tongues were elongated and terminated in bifid apex and there was no median sulcus on the dorsal lingual s...
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This research presents the first anatomical description of the tongue and lingual papillae of the meerkat and compares the different information on the morphology of the other carnivore species. For this purpose, three tongues were used as material. The tongue was elongated with an oval or rounded apex. On the dorsal and ventrolateral surfaces of t...
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In this study, the arterial distributions of the aortic arches of three deer species (Axis axis, Ozotoceros bezoarticus and Mazama gouazoubira) were described. The animals were dissected immediately after being found dead. Latex injection method was used to observe the vascularization of the thorax. The branching pattern of the arteries of the thor...
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This research presents morphological characteristics of adrenal glands and a demonstration of arterial vascularization in the Pampas deer, which is considered to be in extreme danger of extinction. A total of ten deer constituted the material of the study. Vascularization of organs was investigated by using latex injection technique. Left adrenal g...
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The phonation process of vertebrates is influenced by the material characteristics of the participating structures, ranging from molecular to macroscopic dimensions. Good animal models for phonation research are still lacking. Due to easy availability and relatively simple structure, the syrinx of birds might serve as a good animal model for this p...
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This investigation aimed to determine the morphological characteristics of the tongue, palate and laryngeal entrance of southern lapwing by gross anatomy and scanning electron microscopy. For this purpose, the organs of three birds were used as material. Numerous densely distributed acicular projections were found on the lingual apex. Papillary cre...
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The macroscopic anatomy of the stomach and intestines of adult axis deer (Axis axis), a cervid species considered intermediate/mixed feeder, was observed and recorded. Nine adult wild axis deers of both sexes were used and studied by simple dissection. The ruminal papillae were distributed unevenly in the overall area of the inner surface of rumen...
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This research presents the first definitive anatomical description of the tongue and lingual papillae of the chital deer. In this study, tongues of five deer were used. The tongue was fairly elongated and terminated in oval apex. Cone-shaped filiform papilla was composed of one larger main papilla and two smaller secondary papillae, which emerged f...
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In this study, we describe the internal structures of both ventricles and the valvular apparatus of the heart of the white rhino. In the right of the heart, three papillary muscles were found in septal and marginal walls and m. papillaris magnus was the biggest. There was only one m. papillaris parvus in the right ventricle. The right atrioventricu...
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Introduction: We dissected and described the macroscopic anatomy of the gastrointestinal tract of the donkey. Materials and Methods: Eleven domestic donkeys of both sexes from Tunisia were used for this study. Results: Although statistically insignificant, length values of the gastrointestinal tract pertaining to the females were generally higher t...
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The aim of this study was to investigate the vascular branching morphology of the aortic arch in the long-legged buzzard. For this purpose, two long-legged buzzards were evaluated in this study. The latex injection method was used to investigate the branching of the aortic arch. Two innominate brachiocephalic trunks branched continually from aortic...
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This study represents the first definitive anatomical description of the tongue and lingual papillae of the pampas deer and compares the different information on the morphology of the other ruminant species available in the literature. In this study, the tongues of four adult and one fetal deer were used. The tongue was elongated with an oval or ro...
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The present study was aimed at the investigation of the immunolocalization of growth factor receptors (erbB/HER) and some of their ligands (Epidermal Growth Factor – EGF, Neuregulin – NRG, and Amphiregulin – AR) in the canine uterus and the presence of any correlation between these receptors and their ligands (EGF, NRG, and AR) during the sexual cy...
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In the present study, the most outstanding anatomical findings of the larynx of a giraffe are described. The larynx obtained from a male necropsied animal was studied following fixation in a 10% formaldehyde solution. There was no rostral horn in the thyroid cartilage and so cranial thyroid fissure was almost smooth or hardly visible concave struct...
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This research aimed to examine the morphological features of the tongue and laryngeal entrance of long-legged buzzard by macroscopic and scanning electron microscopic methods. Two adult buzzards were used as material. The tongue was fairly elongated and terminated in oval shovel-like apex. Scale-like projections were localized on the apex and body...
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This research aimed to examine the morphological features of the tongue and laryngeal entrance of long-legged buzzard by macroscopic and scanning electron microscopic methods. Two adult buzzards were used as material. The tongue was fairly elongated and terminated in oval shovel-like apex. Scale-like projections were localized on the apex and body...
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Aim: This study aims to investigate the relationship between gestational age and developmental morphometric measurements of the kidneys. Materials and Methods: In the present study, 30 Holstein cattle fetuses were used. Ten fetuses, belonging to each of the early, mid- and late gestational stages were evaluated. Accordingly, in total, 60 kidneys w...
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1. The aim of the study was to examine the morphology of the tongue and the histochemical features of the lingual salivary glands in this species. 2. The tongue was elongated, terminating in a rather sharp, dagger-like apex. On the surface of the tongue and situated between the body and root of the tongue, two rows of conical papillae, the sharp ap...
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This study was aimed at determining the vascular architecture of the aortic arch in the Eurasian bittern. For this purpose, the heart arteries of two bitterns were evaluated. The latex injection method was used to observe the branching of the aortic arch. Two brachiocephalic trunks were arising separately from the aortic arch and these arteries wer...
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Sag˘so¨z, H., Erdog˘an, S. and Akbalik, M.E. 2012. Histomorphological structure of the palate and histochemical profiles of the salivary palatine glands in the Chukar partridge (Alectoris chukar, Gray 1830). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00: 1–10. Morphology of the palatine mucosa and its secretion was described in Chukar partridges, by gross morphol...
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Morphology of the palatine mucosa and its secretion was described in Chukar partridges, by gross morphology and histochemistry techniques. For this purpose, 10 healthy adults (five male and five female) were sacrificed. After sacrifice, the palatine tissues were extirpated and fixed in 10% formol-alcohol for 18 h and were embedded longitudinally an...
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This research aimed to examine the morphological features of the tongue and laryngeal entrance of long-legged buzzard by macroscopic and scanning electron microscopic methods. Two adult buzzards were used as material. The tongue was fairly elongated and terminated in oval shovel-like apex. Scale-like projections were localized on the apex and body...
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There is no descriptive information about morphology of the oropharyngeal cavity including tongue, palate, and laryngeal region in Corvidae family. This study not only presents the first definitive anatomical description of the structures in the oropharyngeal cavity of magpie and raven but also reviews and compares the scattered information on the...
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This study is aimed to demonstrate the morphological characteristics of fibrous tunic of eyeball in Chukar partridge (Alectoris chukar). In this study; a total of 10 partridge, 5 male and 5 female were used as material. The eyes were removed totally and fixed in 10% formaldehyde solution. The slides which were cut at 5 μm thickness were stained wit...
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Scientists discuss in 'Gross Anatomy and arterial vascularization of the tympanic cavity and osseous labyrinth in mid-gestational bovine fetuses' new findings in anatomical sciences."This study aims to determine morphological features of certain aural formations, varietal characteristics and arterial supply in fetal development period in cattle. Fo...
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The aim of the present study was to describe macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of pharyngeal and laryngeal region of partridges and histochemical features of glands in these regions. In this study; a total of 10 adult and healthy chukar partridges, 5 male and 5 female, were used. Pharynx and larynx with tongue were dissected totally under...
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This study presents a morphometric developmental analysis of bovine kidneys and a demonstration of intrarenal arterial vascularization in the prenatal period. A total of 40 Holstein bovine fetuses constituted the material of the study. The fetuses were divided into three groups, according to the gestational stages they belonged to early, mid- and l...
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This study was aimed at determining the arterial supply and gross vascular architecture of the urinary bladder in the male cat. For this purpose, the urinary bladders of 10 cats were evaluated. Organ vascularization was investigated using the latex injection technique. The feline urinary bladder was found to be supplied by the prostatic artery, whi...
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1. The aim of the study was to examine the morphology of the tongue and the histochemical features of the lingual salivary glands in this species. 2. The tongue was elongated terminating in a rather sharp dagger-like apex. On the surface of the tongue and situated between the body and root of the tongue, two rows of conical papillae, the sharp api...
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There is no definite information about the tongue morphology of blind mole rats owing to spreading of these animals to only a certain habitat. For this reason, we aimed to examine the morphological structure of the tongue by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) in this species. In this study, the tongues of four blind mole rats were used and the morp...
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This study aims to determine morphological features of certain aural formations, varietal characteristics, and arterial supply in fetal development period in cattle. For this purpose, ears of 10 bovine fetuses in mid-gestation were evaluated. Organ morphology and vascularization in prenatal life were investigated by using corrosion cast technique....

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papillar organizations, epitelium, specialized structures, mucosal adaptation for herbivore diet, secret composition of glands, functional roles of microstructures