Jiwon Yoon

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BACKGROUND Trophinin is an intrinsic membrane protein that forms a complex in the cytoplasm with bystin and tastin, linking it microtubule-associated motor dynein (ATPase) in some cell types. Previously, we found that human sperm tails contain trophinin, bystin and tastin proteins, and that trophinin-binding GWRQ (glycine, tryptophan, arginine, glutamine)(More)
The dried seeds of Biota orientalis are considered to be moistening and brightening one’s complexion. Ancient Chinese and Korean herbal textbook also reference it as a treatment of skin disorders like alopecia, scabies and tinea. However, no study has looked at the possible mechanism and molecular rationale of healing potential of B. orientalis. This study(More)
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