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Role of TGFBIp in Wound Healing and Mucin Expression in Corneal Epithelial Cells

Maeng YS, Lee GH, Lee B, Choi SI, Kim TI, Kim EK

PURPOSE: Transforming growth factor-β-induced protein (TGFBIp) is highly expressed in the cornea, and mutant TGFBIp induces corneal diseases. However, the function of TGFBIp in cornea epithelium is not fully investigated....
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The effect of ginsenoside Rk1 in junctional protein of severe preeclamptic placenta

Lim SC, Maeng YS, Kwon JY, Kang MH, Hyang JH, Kim YH, Kwon YK, Park YW

  • KMID: 1475007
  • Korean J Obstet Gynecol.
  • 2009 Mar;52(3):301-308.
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the differential expression of junctional proteins in the normal and preeclamptic human placenta and the effect of ginsenoside Rk1 in junctional proteins. METHODS: Placental tissues from 10 women...
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Langerhans cell protein 1 (LCP1) binds to PNUTS in the nucleus: implications for this complex in transcriptional regulation

Lee SJ, Lee JK, Maeng YS, Kim YM, Kwon YG

Protein phosphatase-1 (PP1) nuclear targeting subunit (PNUTS), also called PP1R10, p99, or CAT 53 was originally isolated as a mammalian nuclear PP1-binding protein. In this study, we performed yeast two-hybrid...
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A Case of Secondary Amyloid Colitis in Rheumatoid Arthritis

Cho JW, Chae HS, Im KH, Kim TH, Lee GM, Kim SS, Lee CD, Choi GY, Chung IS, Sun HS, Maeng YS, An CH

  • KMID: 2142354
  • J Korean Soc Coloproctol.
  • 2000 Apr;16(2):125-130.
Amyloidosis is known as a disease caused by the deposition of a insoluble and fibrous amyloid protein in the extracellular space of various organs and tissue. Intestinal amyloid deposition may...
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