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BACKGROUND Urine exosomes are small vesicles exocytosed into the urine by all renal epithelial cell types under normal physiologic and disease states. Urine exosomal proteins may mirror disease specific proteome perturbations in kidney injury. Analysis methodologies for the exosomal fraction of the urinary proteome were developed for comparing the urinary(More)
Improved monitoring of transplanted solid organs is one of the next crucial steps leading to an increase in both patient and allograft survival. This can be facilitated through one or a set of surrogate biomarker molecules that accurately and precisely indicate the health status of the transplanted organ. Recent developments in the field of high throughput(More)
By 2026, Korea is expected to surpass the UNs definition of an aged society and reach the level of a super-aged society. As a result, degenerative spinal disease and the related surgical procedures will increase exponentially. To prevent unnecessary spinal surgery and support scientific diagnosis of spinal disease and systematic prediction of treatment(More)
The threat of a highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 virus causing the next pandemic remains a major concern. In this study, we evaluated the immunogenicity and efficacy of an inactivated whole-virus H5N1 pre-pandemic vaccine (MG1109) formulated by Green Cross Co., Ltd containing the hemagglutinin (HA) and neuraminidase (NA) genes of the clade 1(More)
BACKGROUND The functional adaptation of adult-sized kidney (ASK) grafts to the recipient's size is not completely reversible and is associated with irreversible histologic damage in the smallest recipients. The aim of the study was to unveil the molecular mechanisms underlying the functional adaptation of ASK transplants to small pediatric recipients. (More)
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