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Liver Failure Has Higher IgG ABO Blood Group Isoagglutinin Titer than Kidney Failure

Choi S, Kim EY, Kim H, Cho D

Background: In ABO-incompatible (ABOi) solid organ transplantation, the minimization and management of isoagglutinin (IA) against donor ABO antigens between before and two weeks after transplantation is important for preventing hyper-acute...
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A Case of 73-Year-Old Male with Chronic Invasive Fungal Sinusitis Mimicking Sino-Nasal Malignancy

Cho D, Cho SD, Cha H, Kim HJ

Fungal sinusitis is a sinus infection caused by fungal species, most of which are aspergillus species. They can be classified mainly into two groups, invasive fungal sinusitis and non-invasive fungal...
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Organizing an in-class hackathon to correct PDF-to-text conversion errors of Genomics & Informatics 1.0

Kim S, Kim R, Kim RG, Ko E, Kim HS, Shin J, Cho D, Jin Y, Bae S, Jo YW, Jeong SA, Kim Y, Ahn S, Jang B, Seong J, Lee Y, Seo SE, Kim Y, Kim HJ, Kim H, Sung HL, Lho H, Koo J, Chu J, Lim J, Kim Y, Lee K, Lim Y, Kim M, Hwang S, Han S, Bae S, Kim S, Yoo S, Seo Y, Shin Y, Kim Y, Ko YJ, Baek J, Hyun H, Choi H, Oh JH, Kim DY, Nam HJ, Park HS

This paper describes a community effort to improve earlier versions of the full-text corpus of Genomics & Informatics by semi-automatically detecting and correcting PDF-to-text conversion errors and optical character recognition...
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Prevalence and Immunophenotypic Characteristics of Monoclonal B-Cell Lymphocytosis in Healthy Korean Individuals With Lymphocytosis

Yoo IY, Bang SH, Lim DJ, Kim SJ, Kim K, Kim HJ, Kim SH, Cho D

Epidemiological studies of monoclonal B-cell lymphocytosis (MBL) have been conducted in limited geographical regions. Little is known about the prevalence of MBL in Asia. We investigated the prevalence and immunophenotypic...
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Weak D Type 102 Found in a Family Study: The First Case in Korea

Lee B, Chung YN, Yu H, Kim TY, Choi KM, Cho D

Weak D type 102 allele (RHD*01W.102) carrying a missense variant (c.73A>T, p.Ile25Phe) in exon 1 of the RHD has not been reported in Koreans to date. This is the first...
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First Korean Case of Partial D DBS-1

Choi S, Yu H, Cho D

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Isolation of Small Extracellular Vesicles From Human Serum Using a Combination of Ultracentrifugation With Polymer-Based Precipitation

Ryu KJ, Lee JY, Park C, Cho D, Kim SJ

Methods for reproducibly isolating and enriching small extracellular vesicles (EVs) from blood are essential for clinical utilization of small EVs in cancer patients. We combined ultracentrifugation (UC) with polymer-based precipitation...
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Extended Red Blood Cell Phenotype Matching Is Dependent on Ethnicity and Specificity of RBC Alloantibodies

Kim HY, Chung YN, Cho D

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Rare ABO Allele Encoding Glycosyltransferase with Dual Specificity Found in a Cambodian Individual with the A 2 B Phenotype

Yu H, Chung YN, Kim TY, Suh E, Choi KM, Cho D

Cis-AB and B(A) alleles encode an ABO enzyme with dual A and B glycosyltransferase activity. Although globally rare, the cis-AB phenotype is found relatively often in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese...
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Current Status of Our Journal, The Korean Journal of Blood Transfusion

Kim KH, Kim J, Cho D

The Korean Journal of Blood Transfusion (KJBT) is a representative journal in the field of transfusion medicine and has contributed to the development of the national blood business and clinical...
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A Case of Partial D Type VI-3 Confirmed by RHD Genotyping

Lee JK, Yu H, Chung YN, Bae JC, Cho D

Weak D and partial D result in quantitative and qualitative changes in RhD protein expression respectively. It is difficult to discriminate weak D from partial D by serological tests alone....
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Anti-PP₁P(k) (Tj(a)) Antibody in a Korean Female Patient with p Phenotype Confirmed by Genotyping

Kim B, Choi SJ, Cho D, Kim S, Kim HO

In this study, we report a case of anti-PP₁P(k) (Tj(a)) alloantibody with p phenotype detected and confirmed in a 20-year-old Korean woman diagnosed with anemia during long-term rehabilitation treatment due...
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Cellular immunotherapy in multiple myeloma

Vo MC, Lakshmi TJ, Jung SH, Cho D, Park HS, Chu TH, Lee HJ, Kim HJ, Kim SK, Lee JJ

In multiple myeloma (MM), the impaired function of several types of immune cells favors the tumor’s escape from immune surveillance and, therefore, its growth and survival. Tremendous improvements have been...
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Flow Cytometric Analysis of T Cells in Hemophagocytic Lymphohistiocytosis

Park MS, Yoo IY, Kim HJ, Kim SH, Kim SJ, Cho D

BACKGROUND: T cell immunophenotypes in patients with hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis (HLH) have been described. Downregulation of CD5 or CD7 on T cells has been reported in patients with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV)-positive...
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Comparative analysis of unperforated and perforated appendicitis in laboratory values of patients who visited emergency center

Cho D, Seo JY

OBJECTIVE: Unperforated and perforated acute appendicitis need to be differentiated because appendicitis with a free perforation requires an emergency operation to prevent contamination inside the bowel from spreading into the...
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Case of D-Variant from a Frameshift Mutation RHD 711delC

Ma T, Yu H, Jeon S, Cho D, Chun S, Shin MG

D antigens are clinically significant, and routine tests on the D antigen requires the inclusion of weak D testing, which is performed using indirect antihuman immunoglobulin methods. On the other...
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Alloantibodies to High-Incidence Antigen: Review of Cases and Transfusion Experiences in Korea

Choi SJ, Chung YN, Cho D, Kim S

Antibodies to high-incidence red blood cell antigens should be considered if panagglutination reactions are noted in all panel cells, and negative reactions to autologous red blood cells are detected on...
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Clinical Implication of Intraoperative Sonography in Localized Excision Biopsy for Mammographic Microcalcifications

Choi JY, Cho D, Jung J

PURPOSE: Ultrasonography plays a supplementary role in detecting breast microcalcifications as localizing these microcalcifications without mammographic aid is not always successful. This study aimed to evaluate the clinical implications of...
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Revisiting the Clinical Scoring System for the Prognosis of Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps

Kim JY, Han YE, Seo Y, Choe G, Kim MK, Huh G, Cho D, Yang SK, Kang SH, Kim DW

PURPOSE: To evaluate the Japanese Epidemiological Survey of Refractory Eosinophilic Chronic Rhinosinusitis (JESREC) classification, a clinical scoring system, for predicting disease control status in chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP)...
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Effect of Ginkgo Biloba Extract on N-Methyl-D-Aspartic Acid Receptor Subunit 2B Expression in a Salicylate-Induced Ototoxicity Model

Lee SY, Han SY, Shim YJ, Han JJ, Cho D, Kim JE, Kim YH

OBJECTIVES.: Sodium salicylate (SS) is well known for its ototoxic properties that induce functional and morphological changes in the cochlea and brain. Ginkgo biloba extract (GBE) has been widely used...
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