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Most Accessed Articles

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1.Kromozom 22q11.2 Delesyon Sendromu (Digeorge Sendromu/Velokardiyofasiyal Sendrom)
Zehra Şule Haskoloğlu, Aydan İkincioğulları
doi: 10.5606/tji.2014.320  TJI 2014; 2 - 3 | Pages 57 - 66

2.Chronic Granulomatous Disease
Serkan Filiz, Dilara Fatma Kocacık Uygun, Olcay Yeğin
doi: 10.5606/tji.2013.180  TJI 2013; 1 - 1 | Pages 22 - 31

3.Eosinophylic Esophagitis and Medical Nutrition Treatment
Menşure Nur Çelik, Efsun Karabudak
doi: 10.25002/tji.2020.1169  TJI 2020; 8 - 1 | Pages 21 - 28

REVIEW ARTICLE
4.Gene Regulation of MHC Class-I and MHC Class-II
Şule Karataş, Fatma Savran Oğuz
doi: 10.25002/tji.2020.1364  TJI 2020; 8 - 3 | Pages 144 - 156

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5.Exosomes: Natural Nanovesicle Candidates Used in the Diagnosis and Treatment
Tamer Kahraman, Gözde Güçlüler, İhsan Gürsel
doi: 10.5606/tji.2014.323  TJI 2014; 2 - 2 | Pages 34 - 40

ORIJINAL ARAŞTIRMA
6.Evaluation of T Lymphocyte Subgroups in Patients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Metin Yusuf Gelmez, Suzan Çınar, Aynur Dağlar Aday, İpek Yönal Hindilerden, Melih Aktan
doi: 10.25002/tji.2020.1240  TJI 2020; 8 - 1 | Pages 6 - 12

OLGU SUNUMU
7.Chronic Granulomatous Disease Diagnosed in Adulthood
Faruk Karakeçili, Hicran Akın, Murat Peköz, Reşit Mıstık, Haluk Barbaros Oral, Halis Akalın
doi: 10.5606/tji.2015.442  TJI 2015; 3 - 3 | Pages 117 - 120

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
8.Is There a Need for Such a Naming: Seronegative Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome?
Samet Karahan, Aycan Karabulut
doi: 10.4274/tji.galenos.2021.85047  TJI 2021; 9 - 3 | Pages 128 - 133

ORIJINAL ARAŞTIRMA
9.Oxidative Burst with Dihydrorhodamine Test: Reference Values in Healthy Controls
Dilek Çiçekkökü, İsmail Öğütülür, Elif Karakoç Aydıner, Safa Barış, Ayça Kıykım, Ahmet Özen, Işıl Barlan
doi: 10.5606/tji.2015.426  TJI 2015; 3 - 2 | Pages 49 - 53

10.Comparison of Different Laboratory Methods in the Detection of Anti-dsDNA Antibodies and Their Diagnostic Utility
Ceyda Tunakan Dalgıç, Emine Nihal Mete Gökmen, Aytül Zerrin Sin
doi: 10.25002/tji.2020.1157  TJI 2020; 8 - 2 | Pages 37 - 43

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11.The Structure and Signaling Mechanisms of Type 1 Cytokine Receptors: A Brief Overview
İhsan Esen
doi: 10.5606/tji.2015.377  TJI 2015; 3 - 3 | Pages 121 - 124

REVIEW ARTICLE
12.The Importance of Vitamins A, C, and D in the Pathophysiology of SARS-CoV-2
Fatma Şengül, Ali Şahin, Fatma Akat, Hüsamettin Vatansev
doi: 10.5222/TJI.2021.57966  TJI 2021; 9 - 2 | Pages 67 - 79

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
13.Could SARS-CoV-2 Trigger the Formation of Antinuclear Antibodies?
Melek Bilgin, Ese Basbulut, Hatice Sule Baklacioglu, Adem Keskin, Recai Aci
doi: 10.4274/tji.galenos.2022.25238  TJI 2022; 10 - 3 | Pages 155 - 161

ORIJINAL ARAŞTIRMA
14.Antinuclear Antibody Positivity in a University Hospital
Engin Karakeçe, Ali Rıza Atasoy, Güner Çakmak, İbrahim Tekeoğlu, Halil Harman, İhsan Hakkı Çiftci
doi: 10.5606/tji.2014.269  TJI 2014; 2 - 1 | Pages 5 - 8

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15.Measurement Methods of Cell Proliferation and a Comparison of Various Commercial Proliferation Kits
Gökhan Terzioğlu, Ali Ümit Keskin, Gülderen Yanıkkaya Demirel
doi: 10.5606/tji.2013.267  TJI 2013; 1 - 3 | Pages 74 - 89

REVIEW ARTICLE
16.Hyperinflammation Syndrome in COVID-19 Disease: Pathogenesis and Potential Immunomodulatory Agents
Moulid Hidayat, Diah Handayani, Fariz Nurwidya, Sita Laksmi Andarini
doi: 10.5222/TJI.2021.92486  TJI 2021; 9 - 1 | Pages 1 - 11

ORIJINAL ARAŞTIRMA
17.DOCK8 Levels in Patients with Hyperimmunoglobulin E Sendrome: Detection by Flow Cytometry
Suzan Çınar, Metin Yusuf Gelmez, Serdar Nepesov, Yıldız Camcıoğlu, Günnur Deniz
doi: 10.5606/tji.2015.424  TJI 2015; 3 - 2 | Pages 71 - 75

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18.Transfusion-Related Immunomodulation
Haldun Bal, Haluk Barbaros Oral
doi: 10.5606/tji.2016.525  TJI 2016; 4 - 3 | Pages 37 - 46

19.Inborn Errors of Immunity and Coronovirus Pandemic
Yıldız Camcıoğlu
doi: 10.25002/tji.2020.1248  TJI 2020; 8 - 1 | Pages 13 - 20

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
20.The Evaluation of Vaccine Hesitancy and Refusal for Childhood Vaccines and the COVID-19 Vaccine in Individuals Aged Between 18 and 25 Years
Gonca Soysal, Elif Durukan, Recep Akdur
doi: 10.4274/tji.galenos.2021.35229  TJI 2021; 9 - 3 | Pages 120 - 127

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