Do Yoon Kwon

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The protein melanotransferrin (p97) is associated with the brain lesions of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and is a potential marker of the disorder. We measured serum p97 concentrations in 211 subjects: 71 patients with AD, 56 patients with non-AD-type dementia, and 84 normal control subjects. Serum p97 concentrations were elevated 3- to 4-fold in AD (median(More)
Eotaxin selectively binds CC chemokine receptor (CCR) 3, whereas monocyte chemotactic protein (MCP)-3 binds CCR1, CCR2, and CCR3. To identify the functional determinants of the chemokines, we generated four reciprocal chimeric chemokines-M10E9, M22E21, E8M11, and E20M23-by shuffling the N-terminus and N-loop of eotaxin and MCP-3. M22E21 and E8M11, which(More)
Advances in automated imaging microscopy allow fast acquisitions of multidimensional biological samples. Those microscopes open new possibilities for analyzing subcellular structures and spatial cellular arrangements. In this article, the authors describe a 3D image analysis framework adapted to medium-throughput screening. Upon adaptive and regularized(More)
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