Hye-Young Koo

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Joint Reliability Importance (JRI) is a measurement of the degree of interactions between two components in a system. The value of JRI is non-positive (non-negative) if and only if one component becomes more important when the other has failed (is functioning). In this paper, we study the properties of JRI of the k-out-of-n system, where the system works if(More)
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) are part of multi-protein networks called 'receptosomes'. These GPCR interacting proteins (GIPs) in the receptosomes control the targeting, trafficking and signaling of GPCRs. PDZ domain proteins constitute the largest protein family among the GIPs, and the predominant function of the PDZ domain proteins is to assemble(More)
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