Jeong-Hyun Oh

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OBJECTIVES Up-regulated expression of syndecan-1, a member of the transmembranous proteoglycans that serves as a co-receptor for a wide pool of extracellular ligands, has been ascribed to the promotion of growth of various cancers including breast, ovarian, and endometrial cancers. Here, we have extended these observations to gain insight into correlation(More)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) systems will soon become an important part of everyday life. However, widespread deployment of RFID tags may create new threats to user privacy, due to the powerful tracking capability of the tags. Security mechanisms for RFID systems will be therefore of utmost important. In this paper, we describe problems of previous(More)
OBJECTIVES Upregulation of syndecan-1, a member of the transmembranous proteoglycans that serves as a coreceptor for a wide pool of extracellular ligands, has been well documented in enabling the promotion of growth and invasion of endometrial cancer. As a step toward understanding a potential role for syndecan-1 in this process, we questioned whether(More)
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