Je H Lee

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A newly isolated rod-shaped, gram-negative anaerobic bacterium from human feces, named Julong 732, was found to be capable of metabolizing the isoflavone dihydrodaidzein to S-equol under anaerobic conditions. The metabolite, equol, was identified by using electron impact ionization mass spectrometry, (1)H and (13)C nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy,(More)
DNA chip has been used as a powerful tool to study the genetic reprogramming of cells and its link to cellular phenotype such as angiogenesis. To evaluate the angiogenesis related genetic reprogramming more efficiently, we here developed an angiogenesis-focused cDNA chip containing 153 angiogenesis related genes arrayed in duplicate on a slide glass. In(More)
  • Je H Lee
  • 2017
The biological function of a gene often depends on spatial context, and an atlas of transcriptional regulation could be instrumental in defining functional elements across the genome. Despite recent advances in single-cell RNA sequencing and in situ RNA imaging, fundamental barriers limit the speed, genome-wide coverage, and resolution of de novo(More)
  • Je H Lee
  • 2017
The spatial information associated with gene expression is important for elucidating the context-dependent transcriptional regulation during development. Recently, high-resolution sampling approaches, such as RNA tomography or single-cell RNA-seq combined with fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), have provided indirect ways to view global gene(More)
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