Hyang Sook Seol

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The objectives of this study were to assess the within-day and between-day reliability of several center of pressure (COP)-based measures of postural sway and identify whether there were age-related differences in reliability. Thirty-two healthy individuals (16 younger and 16 older) participated. COP was recorded during quiet upright stance on 4 different(More)
The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of fatigue location and age on changes in postural control induced by localized muscle fatigue, as well as the patterns of recovery post-fatigue. Groups of 16 younger (18–25 years) and 16 older (55–65 years) participants performed submaximal isotonic fatiguing exercises involving the unilateral(More)
The role of microRNAs (miRNAs) in carcinogenesis as tumor suppressors or oncogenes has been widely reported. Epigenetic change is one of the mechanisms of transcriptional silencing of miRNAs in cancer. To identify lung cancer-related miRNAs that are mediated by histone modification, we conducted microarray analysis in the Calu-6 non-small cell lung cancer(More)
The interferon-inducible Sp100 proteins are thought to play roles in the chromatin pathway and in transcriptional regulation. Sp100A, the smallest isoform, is one of the major components of PML nuclear bodies (NBs) that exhibit intrinsic antiviral activity against several viruses. Since PML NBs are disrupted by the immediate-early 1 (IE1) protein during(More)
Microarray analyses have revealed significantly elevated expression of the proto-oncogene ROS1 receptor tyrosine kinase in 20–30 % of non-small cell lung carcinomas (NSCLC). Selective and potent ROS1 kinase inhibitors have recently been developed and oncogenic rearrangement of ROS1 in NSCLC identified. We performed immunohistochemical evaluation of(More)
We investigated the expression profiles of sterol regulatory element binding proteins (SREBPs) and their related genes in chicken developing follicle membranes, from the small white follicle (SWF) stage to the Follicle 1 (F1) stage. Expression of SREBP-2 was significantly increased in the rapid stages of follicle development, however, no significant change(More)
Wild-type p53-induced phosphatase 1 (Wip1, PPM1D) is induced by p53 in response to various stressors and dephosphorylates cellular target proteins involved in DNA repair and cell cycle checkpoint pathways. The Wip1 gene is frequently amplified or overexpressed in human cancers, promoting tumor growth by switching off major checkpoint kinases and p53. To(More)
Liver cancer is one of the common malignancies in many countries and an increasing cause of cancer death. Despite of that, there are few therapeutic options available with inconsistent outcome, raising a need for developing alternative therapeutic options. Through a drug repositioning screening, we identified and investigated the action mechanism of the(More)
Cultures of primary tumors are very useful as a personalized screening system for effective therapeutic options. We here describe an effective method of reproducing human primary colon tumors through primary culture and a mouse xenograft model. A total of 199 primary colon tumor cultures were successfully established under optimized conditions to enrich for(More)
Tumor-initiating cells are important for the formation and maintenance of tumor bulks in various tumors. To identify surface markers of liver tumor-initiating cells, we performed primary tumorsphere culture and analyzed the expression of cluster of differentiation (CD) antigen genes using NanoString. Interestingly, we found significant upregulation of the(More)