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Transfusion of RhD-Positive Blood Products to Asia Type DEL Patients: A Report of Two Cases

Lim G, Yu SH, Jeong IH, Seo JY, Yoo HJ, Cho D

Individuals with Asia type DEL blood group, the RhD-variant that classified as serologically RhD-negative, do not produce anti-D even when exposed to the D-antigen. Therefore, it is considered safe to...
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A Study on the Hearing Protection Effect of Noise-Filtering Earplugs for Dentists

Cho D, Kim I, Lee T, Shin S, Jung J, Park W, Song JS

The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of noise-filtering earplugs on the hearing ability of dentists wearing them during noise-induced dental procedures. Pure tone audiometry and distortion...
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Annual Report of the Korean External Quality Assessment Service on General Transfusion Medicine and General Transfusion Antibody Tests (2022)

Kim HJ, Kim JS, Seo SW, Kim H, Cho D, Ko DH

This report summarizes the 2022 survey results of the external quality assessment (EQA) scheme for the general transfusion medicine tests and general transfusion antibody test programs in Korea. Proficiency testing...
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Clinical Application of ABO Genotyping: 5-Year Experience from a Single Tertiary Care Center in Korea

Lee HW, Jeong IH, Seo JY, Jang JH, Cho D

Background: ABO genotyping is performed when the exact ABO blood type cannot be determined through serological testing. Conventionally, only exons 6 and 7 of the ABO gene have been analyzed,...
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Accuracy of predicted adult height using the Greulich-Pyle method and artificial intelligence medical device

Cho D, Choi YS, Oh H, Ahn Ym, Seo JY

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Circulating Tumor DNA–Based Genotyping and Monitoring for Predicting Disease Relapses of Patients with Peripheral T-Cell Lymphomas

Kim SJ, Kim YJ, Yoon SE, Ryu KJ, Park B, Park D, Cho D, Kim HY, Cho J, Ko YH, Park WY, Kim WS

Purpose Plasma circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) could reflect the genetic alterations present in tumor tissues. However, there is little information about the clinical relevance of cell-free DNA genotyping in peripheral...
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Transfusion of RhD-Positive Blood Components to Serologic RhD-Negative Patients-Review of Current Literature: An Opinion

Yu SH, Jeong IH, Cho D

Among RhD variants, it is considered safe to transfuse RhD positive blood to “Asia-type” DEL and weak D type 1, 2, and 3 recipients. However, transfusing RhD-positive blood cells in...
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The First Korean Case of RHD-CE(3-8)-D Hybrid Type with a D-negative Phenotype

Bae GE, Kim TY, Yu H, Seo JY, Cho D

RHD-CE-D hybrid alleles cause partial D or D-negative phenotypes depending on the crossing-over sites between RHD and RHCE. The RHD-CE(2-9)-D hybrid allele is the only hybrid form reported as D-negative...
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Change from Anti-e to Anti-E+c Produced by Donor B Lymphocytes After ABO-incompatible Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation: A Case Report

Suh E, Choi S, Seo Y, Kang ES, Cho D

Unexpected red blood cell alloantibodies are relatively uncommon in patients who undergo hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT). Little is known about the origin of the immune cells responsible for the...
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Plasma Circulating Tumor DNA in Patients with Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma

Yoon SE, Kim YJ, Shim JH, Park D, Cho J, Ko YH, Park WY, Mun YC, Lee KE, Cho D, Kim WS, Kim SJ

Purpose Analysis of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) in blood could allow noninvasive genetic analysis of primary tumors. Although there have been unmet needs for noninvasive methods in patients with primary central...
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Can Angular Deformity Due to Sacrococcygeal Fracture Cause Permanent Impairment? : Current State and Problems in Korea

Cho D

Disabilities can emerge due to traumatic spinal fractures. In terms of sacrococcygeal spine, because of its unique anatomic structure with minimal movement, the possibility for it to have a disability...
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Red Blood Cell Autoantibodies in Patients Treated with Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors

Yoon E, Kim TY, Mun SK, Cho D

Immune-related adverse events, including immune hemolytic anemia, have been reported in patients treated with immune checkpoint inhibitors. In particular, RBC autoantibodies are important because they can cause hemolytic anemia and...
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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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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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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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