Gyu Tae Choi

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One- and two-dimensional high resolution NMR spectroscopy was applied to determine quantitatively and qualitatively the lipids extracted from human erythrocyte membranes. The relative amounts of the major lipids were determined from the spectra of unfractionated lipid extracts. After HPLC fractionation of the lipid extracts and NMR analysis of the(More)
The proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) lipid profile of Leishmania donovani was obtained in the one-dimensional and two-dimensional modes. Partial assignments of lipid classes and individual lipids were obtained purely from the proton NMR spectrum of the mixture. A more complete assignment and quantitative analysis was achieved by prior separation of(More)
Between February 1997 and December 2001, 311 adult-to-adult living donor liver transplants (A-A LDLTs) were performed at the Asan Medical Center for patients above 20 years of age. Indications for A-A LDLT were: chronic hepatitis B (203), chronic hepatitis C (5), hepatocellular carcinoma (64), alcoholic cirrhosis (9), cryptogenic cirrhosis (4), secondary(More)
A normalized subband adaptive filter algorithm uses a fixed step size, which is chosen as a trade-off between the steady-state error and the convergence rate. In this letter, a variable step size for normalized subband adaptive filters is derived by minimizing the mean-square deviation between the optimal weight vector and the estimated weight vector at(More)
Although the advantages of in vitro n.m.r. analysis of cellular lipids have been documented, this purely n.m.r. approach also has drawbacks. Rapid and quantitative separation of total lipids into neutral lipids, non-esterified fatty acids, non-acidic phospholipids and acidic phospholipids using Bond Elut ion-exchange columns as demonstrated here permitted a(More)
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