American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences

American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences aims to promote communication among clinical researchers worldwide. This journal publishes original works within the area of clinical medicine. It is academically peer-reviewed and designed for all doctors, researchers, and health workers regardless of their medical specialties, or type of employment.


Editorial Board Member of American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences

Associate Professor, Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam Univ Medical Fac Dept of Biophysics, Turkey

Research Areas

electrophysiological functions and behavioral responses of animals with neuropathic pain

Publications: Journals

[1]  T. Mert , Gunes Y, Gunay I Comparison of actions of systemically and locally administrated local anaesthetics in diabetic rats with painful neuropathy. Fundam Clin Pharmacol. 2011 Oct 11. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-8206.2011.00998.x. [In Press].
[2]  T. Mert , Y Gunes, D Ozcengiz. Modification of local anesthetic-induced antinociception by fentanyl in rats. Pharmacological Reports 63: 1427-1434, (2011).
[3]  Gunay, T. Mert. "Pulsed magnetic fields enhance the rate of recovery of damaged nerve excitability." Bioelectromagnetics 32(3): 200-208 (2011).
[4]  T Mert, I Gunay, I Ocal. "Neurobiological Effects of Pulsed Magnetic Field on Diabetes Induced Neuropathy." Bioelectromagnetics 31, 39-47 (2010).
[5]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Ozcengiz D ve Gunay, I. "Magnesium modifies fentanyl-induced local antinociception and hyperalgesia." Naunyn-Schmied. Arch. Pharmacol 380, 415-420 (2009).
[6]  T. Mert, Gunay, I., Ocal I., Guzel AI., Inal TC., Sencar L. ve Polat S. "Macrophage depletion delays progression of neuropathic pain in diabetic animals". Naunyn-Schmied. Arch. Pharmacol. 379, 445-452 (2009).
[7]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Gunay, I. "Role of 4-Aminopyridine-Sensitive Potassium Channels in Peripheral Antinociception". Eur. J. Pharmacol. 572, 138-141 (2007).
[8]  T. Mert, "Roles of Axonal Voltage-Dependent Ion Channels in Damaged Peripheral Nerves." Eur. J. Pharmacol. 568, 25-30 (2007).
[9]  T. Mert, "Sucrose-Gap Technıque: Advantages and Lımıtatıons". Neurophysiology 39(3), 270-274 (2007).
[10]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Gunay, I. "Local Analgesic Efficacy of Tramadol Following Intraplantar Injection". Eur. J. Pharmacol. 558, 68-72 (2007).
[11]  T. Mert, Gunay, I., Gocmen, C., Kaya, M., Polat, S. "Regenerative Effects of Pulsed Magnetic Field on Injured Peripheral Nerves". Alter. Ther. Health Med. 12(5), 42-49 (2006).
[12]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Ozcengiz, D., Gunay, I.. Polat, S. "Comparative Effects of Lidocaine and Tramadol on Injured Peripheral Nerves" Eur. J. Pharmacol. 543, 54-62 (2006).
[13]  T. Mert, "Kv1 Channels in Signal Conduction of Myelinated Nerve Fibers" Rev. Neurosci. 17(3), 369-373 (2006).
[14]  T. Mert, Günay, I. Polat, S. "Alterations in Conduction Characteristics of Crushed Peripheral Nerves". Rest. Neurol and Neurosci 23(5-6), 347-354 (2005).
[15]  Guven, M., T. Mert, Günay, I. "Effect of Tramadol on Nerve Action Potentials: Comparisons with Lidocaine and Benzocaine" Int J Neurosci. 115(3), 339–349 (2005).
[16]  T. Mert, Gunay, I., Daglioglu Y.K. "Role of Potassium Channels in The Frequency-Dependent Activity of Regenerating Nerves". Pharmacology 72, 157-166 (2004)
[17]  T. Mert, Daglioglu, Y.K., Gunay, I., Gocmen, C. "Changes in Electrophysiological Properties of Regenerating Rat Peripheral Nerves After Crush Injury". Neurosci Lett 363, 212-217 (2004).
[18]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Guven, M., Gunay, I. Goçmen, C. "Differential Effects of Lidocaine and Tramadol on Modified Nerve Impulse by 4-Aminopyridine in Rat". Pharmacology, 69(2), 68-73 (2003).
[19]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Guven, M., Gunay, I. Ozcengiz, D. "Effects of Calcium and Magnesium on Peripheral Nevre Conduction". Pol J .Pharmacol 55, 25-30 (2003).
[20]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Guven, M., Gunay, I., Ozcengiz, D. "Comparison of Nerve Conduction Blocks by An Opioid and A Local Anesthetic" Eur J Pharmacol, 439, 77-81, (2002).
[21]  T. Mert, Gunes, Y., Guven, M., Gunay, I. Ozcengiz, D. "Blocking Action of Tramadol on Nerve Conduction" I J Pharm, 2(1), (2001).