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  • Junghwan Moon, Juyeon Lee, Raymond S Pengelly, Ryan Baker, Bumman Kim
  • 2012
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Exposure of cells to gamma-rays induces the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that play a main role in ionizing radiation damage. We have investigated the radioprotective effect of phloroglucinol (1,3,5-trihydroxybenzene), phlorotannin compound isolated from Ecklonia cava, against gamma-ray radiation-induced oxidative damage in vitro and in vivo.(More)
Ribonuclease III (RNase III) activity modulates hundreds of genes in Escherichia coli (E. coli). YmdB, a member of the macrodomain protein family, is one of known trans-acting regulators of RNase III activity; however, the significance of its regulatory role in specific bacterial cellular processes and related genes has not been determined. YmdB(More)
  • Junghwan Moon, Juyeon Lee, Junghwan Son, Jungjoon Kim, Seunghoon Jee, Seungchan Kim +1 other
  • 2012
—In the envelope tracking (ET) transmitters, the supply voltage is modulated according to the power levels for high efficiency. Such an operation generates quite different nonlinear characteristic in comparison with the conventional standalone power amplifiers (PAs). The effects of even-order nonlinear terms on ET transmitters are explored for the behavior(More)
The perceptions of dental professionals and laypeople were compared with respect to relative gingival marginal levels of the lateral incisors, flatness of the gingival margin of central incisors and its variations in horizontal locations, and interproximal contact length relative to gingival biotype. The distribution of tooth-gingiva topography in(More)
Elmo is an evolutionarily conserved mammalian ortholog of Caenorhabditis elegans CED-12 with proposed roles during the removal of apoptotic cells, cell migration, neurite outgrowth, and myoblast fusion (Katoh and Negishi (2003) [1], Park and Tosello (2007) [2], Grimsley et al. (2004) [3], Hamoud et al. (2014) [4]). Elmo mediates these cellular processes by(More)
Editor's Note: This article proposes several models of community, including a model of "mobile community"---an extension of physical community merged with online community. The authors also provide examples of how these models have contributed to the development of community applications in their work at Samsung.<i>---Hugh Dubberly</i>
The Caenorhabditis elegans peroxidasins, PXN-1 and PXN-2, are extracellular peroxidases; pxn-2 is involved in muscle-epidermal attachment during embryonic morphogenesis and in specific axon guidance. Here we investigate potential roles of the other homologue of peroxidasin, pxn-1, in C. elegans. A pxn-1 deletion mutant showed high lethality under(More)
NOG1 is a nucleolar GTPase that is critical for 60S ribosome biogenesis. Recently, NOG1 was identified as one of the downstream regulators of target of rapamycin (TOR) in yeast. It is reported that TOR is involved in regulating lifespan and fat storage in Caenorhabditis elegans. Here, we show that the nog1 ortholog (T07A9.9: nog-1) in C. elegans regulates(More)