Yong Hee Kim

Seung-Il Park4
Hyeong Ryul Kim3
Janghee Woo2
4Seung-Il Park
3Hyeong Ryul Kim
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  • Young Kwang Chae, Janghee Woo, Mi-Jung Kim, Sung Koo Kang, Myoung Sook Kim, Juna Lee +7 others
  • 2008
The aquaporins (AQP) are water channel proteins playing a major role in transcellular and transepithelial water movement. Recently, the role of AQPs in human carcinogenesis has become an area of great interest. Here, by immunohistochemistry (IHC), we have found an expression of AQP5 protein in 35.3% (IHC-score: > or = 1, 144/408) of the resected NSCLC(More)
Through this work, we have elucidated the mechanism of hydroxyl radicals (OH(•)) generation and its life time measurements in biosolution. We observed that plasma-initiated ultraviolet (UV) photolysis were responsible for the continues generation of OH(•) species, that resulted in OH(•) to be major reactive species (RS) in the solution. The density and(More)
Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species can have either harmful or beneficial effects on biological systems depending on the dose administered and the species of organism exposed, suggesting that application of reactive species can possibly produce contradictory effects in disease control, pathogen inactivation and activation of host resistance. A novel(More)
The effects of wall diffusing elements on sound-field diffuseness were investigated in a tenth-scale model hall and in a real recital hall. Acoustical measurements were carried out in both halls to measure the surface diffusivity of the lateral walls. In the scale model, the surfaces of the lateral walls and the soffits were covered with diffusers; in the(More)
Pulmonary sclerosing hemangioma is a rare neoplasm of the lungs first described in 1956 [1]. Recent immunohis-tochemical studies have revealed that these tumors are epithelial in origin and derived from primitive respiratory epithelium, incompletely differentiated type II pneumocytes, or Clara cells [2]. Although composed of mixed cell populations, clonal(More)
Although temples are important buildings in the Buddhist community, the acoustic quality has not been examined in detail. Buddhist monks change the location and direction according to the ceremony, and associated acoustical changes have not yet been examined scientifically. To discuss the desired acoustics of temples, it is necessary to know the acoustic(More)
Ectopic mediastinal parathyroid adenomas are rare, but can be life-threatening. Resection is indicated in those cases accompanied by hypercalcemia, especially in young patients. Although most mediastinal parathyroid adenomas can be removed by a cervical approach, a transthoracic approach is needed when the adenoid tissues are located deep within the(More)
BACKGROUND The experience of a single-institution regarding surgery for small cell lung cancer (SCLC) was reviewed to evaluate the surgical outcomes and prognoses. MATERIALS AND METHODS From July 1990 to December 2009, thirty-four patients (28 male) underwent major pulmonary resection and lymph node dissection for SCLC. Lobectomy was performed in 24(More)
We have prepared the poly-d-lysine (PDL) bound surfaces for neuron cell culture by covalent binding between the poly-d-Lysine and substrates and investigated neuronal cell adhesion properties and cell growth morphology. The number of neuronal cell and the number of neurite per neuronal cell on PDL bound surfaces was much more than those on PDL coated(More)
We report a rare case of a 38-year-old woman with a bronchial carcinoid tumor arising from an intralobar bronchopulmonary sequestration. The vascular supply to the sequestered left lower lobe originated from the descending thoracic aorta. A left lower lobe lobectomy was performed. The findings of the pathological examination revealed an atypical carcinoid(More)