Dennis Dong-Hwan Kim

Learn More
Peptides are a growing class of agents whose therapeutic use originated with non-human treatments such as animal insulins. Xenopeptides continue to be explored for biotherapeutic development using genetic engineering, and through the rich resource of animal and plant polypeptides. One of the major concerns of therapeutic administration of xenopeptides is(More)
Diabetes may affect the musculoskeletal system in a variety of ways. The metabolic perturbations in diabetes (including glycosylation of proteins; microvascular abnormalities with damage to blood vessels and nerves; and collagen accumulation in skin and periarticular structures) result in changes in the connective tissue. Musculoskeletal complications are(More)
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) is an uncommon infectious complication post allogeneic stem cell transplant. We present a case report of a patient developing this complication with a review of the current literature. It also describes the first use of artesunate in a clinical case of PML with no beneficial effect.
  • 1