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Eastern Mediterranean University

EducationFamagusta, Cyprus
About: Eastern Mediterranean University is a education organization based out in Famagusta, Cyprus. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Black hole & Tourism. The organization has 2012 authors who have published 4858 publications receiving 91222 citations. The organization is also known as: EMU.


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors investigated the impact of financial development, economic growth and energy consumption on environmental pollution in China from 1953 to 2006 using the Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) bounds testing procedure.

894 citations

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TL;DR: It is affirmed that nonrenewable energy consumption and economic growth increase carbon emission flaring while renewable energy consumption declines CO2 emissions, and effective policy implications could be drawn toward modern and environmentally friendly energy sources, especially in attaining the Sustainable Development Goals.

806 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors investigated the relationship of organizational justice perceptions of hotel employees in North Cyprus with various work-related variables and found that distributive justice tended to be a stronger predictor of all of the study variables compared to procedural justice.

650 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a service recovery performance model is proposed and tested with data from frontline bank employees in Turkey, which is derived from Bagozzi's (1992) reformulation of attitude theory.
Abstract: A service recovery performance model is proposed and tested with data from frontline bank employees in Turkey. The model is derived from Bagozzi's (1992) reformulation of attitude theory. The empirical results suggest that top management commitment to service quality, as manifested by frontline employees' appraisal of training, empowerment, and rewards, has a significant effect on their perceptions of service recovery performance. The influence of management commitment to service quality on service recovery performance is mediated by frontline employees' affective commitment to their organization and job satisfaction. Implications of the results and further research avenues are discussed.

567 citations

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30 Nov 2006-Nature
TL;DR: A genome-wide map relating the position of a cis-acting element to its regulation by an RNA binding protein reveals that Nova binding to YCAY clusters results in a local and asymmetric action to regulate spliceosome assembly and alternative splicing in neurons.
Abstract: Nova proteins are a neuron-specific alternative splicing factors. We have combined bioinformatics, biochemistry and genetics to derive an RNA map describing the rules by which Nova proteins regulate alternative splicing. This map revealed that the position of Nova binding sites (YCAY clusters) in a pre-messenger RNA determines the outcome of splicing. The map correctly predicted Nova's effect to inhibit or enhance exon inclusion, which led us to examine the relationship between the map and Nova's mechanism of action. Nova binding to an exonic YCAY cluster changed the protein complexes assembled on pre-mRNA, blocking U1 snRNP (small nuclear ribonucleoprotein) binding and exon inclusion, whereas Nova binding to an intronic YCAY cluster enhanced spliceosome assembly and exon inclusion. Assays of splicing intermediates of Nova-regulated transcripts in mouse brain revealed that Nova preferentially regulates removal of introns harbouring (or closest to) YCAY clusters. These results define a genome-wide map relating the position of a cis-acting element to its regulation by an RNA binding protein, namely that Nova binding to YCAY clusters results in a local and asymmetric action to regulate spliceosome assembly and alternative splicing in neurons.

544 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Frank L. Lewis114104560497
Rangan Gupta57109816142
Osman M. Karatepe561579745
Oguz Okay511899263
Ping Zhang513659783
Ilkay Erdogan Orhan502648741
Monica Rosa Loizzo462307716
Abdulmajeed A. Mohamad431956768
Ugur Yavas401335968
Sali A. Tagliamonte391255833
Mehmet Balcilar372905644
Igor I. Mokhov342034647
Hasan Demirel341774925
Ali Övgün341803750
Nursel Elcioglu33983670
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202318
202262
2021521
2020485
2019388
2018348