Yu Mi Jeon

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Exposure to airborne PM₁₀, particulate matter with a median aerodynamic diameter of less than 10 µm, is known to be associated with a number of adverse health effects. To gain a better understanding of the cytotoxic mechanism and to develop protein biomarker candidates for PM₁₀-induced toxicity, proteomic analyses were performed in human lung epithelial(More)
Airborne nanoparticles with thermodynamic diameters less than 56 nm (PM(0.056)) were collected using a Moudi cascade impactor, and the differentially expressed proteins upon exposure to the airborne nanoparticles were identified in human bronchial epithelial cells. More than 600 protein spots were detected on the two-dimensional gel, and the identified 13(More)
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