Han Jin

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Genetic and environmental factors have long been suspected to influence on physical performance and athletic ability. Recent studies have suggested that the skeletal-muscle actin binding protein α-actinin-3 (ACTN3) gene was associated with athletic performance in Europeans. It would lead us to hypothesize that ACTN3 gene may be one of the factors that(More)
Genome-wide SNP arrays have generated unprecedented quantities of data allow the detection of human evolutionary history and dense genome-wide data also enable the identification of distance ancestry among individuals or ethnic groups. To explain wider aspects of the genetic structure of Koreans and the East Asian population, we analyzed 79 individuals from(More)
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) mutations could contribute to aerobic performance, since they provide information to generate aerobic ATP energy by oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) in their respiratory chain. Owing to haploid and absence of recombination, specific mutations in the mtDNA genome associated with human exercise tolerance or intolerance arise and(More)
BACKGROUND To determine the stereoacuity threshold with a 3D laptop equipped with 3D shutter glasses, and to evaluate the effect of different shape and size of test symbols and different type of disparities to stereoacuity. METHODS Thirty subjects with a visual acuity in each eye of at least 0 logMAR and a stereoacuity of at least 32 arcsec (as assessed(More)
theme of the mini-symposium was 'The biology of gen-omes and proteomes.' This was the first mini-symposium of 2015. There were two sessions that were chaired by Dr. In the first session, three speakers gave talks on geno-mics and epigenomics. The first speaker,An automated analysis pipeline for a large set of ChIP-seq data: AutoChIP (Kim et al. 2014a, b).''(More)
BACKGROUND Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by behavioral problems such as attention deficit, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. The brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is the most abundant neurotrophin in the brain. AIMS The aim of the present study was to investigate the(More)