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Potential use of 3-(trimethoxysilyl)propyldimethyl octadecyl ammonium chloride as an antimicrobial and antiviral agent for the disinfection of personal protective equipment

Kim Y, Youn H, Kim J, Lee D, Go S, Park Je, Lee S, Noh J, Nahm SS

Currently, no vaccine or established therapeutic agents are available for coronavirus disease 2019. The sharp increase in demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) necessitates an improvement in the protective efficacy...
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A study on stress experiences of Korean veterinary students

Kim JE, Joo S, Chun MS, Lee D, Nahm SS

The quality of a veterinary service depends on the veterinarian’s physical and mental health. However, a veterinarian’s mental health is generally considered to be more vulnerable than that of other...
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Increased calcium-mediated cerebral processes after peripheral injury: possible role of the brain in complex regional pain syndrome

Nahm FS, Lee JS, Lee PB, Choi E, Han WK, Nahm SS

Background: Among various diseases that accompany pain, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is one of the most frustrating for patients and physicians. Recently, many studies have shown functional and anatomical...
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Beta-carotene prevents the spermatogenic disorders induced by exogenous scrotal hyperthermia through modulations of oxidative stress, apoptosis, and androgen biosynthesis in mice

Yon JM, Kim JS, Lin C, Park SG, Gwon LW, Lee JG, Baek IJ, Nahm SS, Nam SY

We investigated whether β-carotene (β-CA) or ellagic acid (EA), originating from various fruits and vegetables, has a preventive effect against male infertility induced by exogenous scrotal hyperthermia. ICR adult mice...
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Long-circulating and target-specific distributions of cyanine 5.5-labeled hyaluronic acid nanoparticles in mouse organs during 28 days after a single administration

Yun TS, Lin C, Yon JM, Park SG, Gwon LW, Lee JG, Baek IJ, Nahm SS, Lee BJ, Yun YW, Nam SY

Although hyaluronic acid (HA) has been developed as a nanoparticle (NP; 320–400 nm) for a drug delivery system, the tissue targeting efficacy and the pharmacokinetics of HA-NPs are not yet...
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Neonatal influenza virus infection affects myelination in influenza-recovered mouse brain

Kim JH, Yu JE, Chang BJ, Nahm SS

Influenza virus infection is a zoonosis that has great socioeconomic effects worldwide. Influenza infection induces respiratory symptoms, while the influenza virus can infect brain and leave central nervous system sequelae....
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Comparative in vivo biodistributions of nanoparticles and polymers of ¹⁷⁷lutetium-labeled hyaluronic acids in mice during 28 days

Lin C, Jeong JY, Yon JM, Park SG, Gwon LW, Lee JG, Baek IJ, Nahm SS, Lee BJ, Yun YW, Nam SY

Hyaluronic acid (HA) has been investigated for biomedical and pharmaceutical applications. This study was conducted to determine the distributions of HA nanoparticles (NPs; size 350–400 nm) and larger HA polymers...
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Viscerotropic velogenic Newcastle disease virus replication in feathers of infected chickens

Lee DH, Kwon JH, Noh JY, Park JK, Yuk SS, Erdene-Ochir TO, Nahm SS, Kwon YK, Lee SW, Song CS

Newcastle disease viruses (NDVs) cause systemic diseases in chickens with high mortality. However, little is known about persistence of NDVs in contaminated tissues from infected birds. In this study, we...
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Effect of Harderian adenectomy on the statistical analyses of mouse brain imaging using positron emission tomography

Kim M, Woo SK, Yu JW, Lee YJ, Kim KM, Kang JH, Eom K, Nahm SS

Positron emission tomography (PET) using 2-deoxy-2-[18F] fluoro-D-glucose (FDG) as a radioactive tracer is a useful technique for in vivo brain imaging. However, the anatomical and physiological features of the Harderian...
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An immunohistochemical study on the initial development of 155 kd neurofascin in rat sciatic nerve

Won HY, Cho IH, Lee JH, Nahm SS, Choe NH, Park JH, Chang BJ

  • KMID: 1435834
  • Korean J Vet Res.
  • 2012 Sep;52(3):199-203.
Neurofascin, one of the members of L1CAM, has been known to have some important roles during the development of nerve fibers. In order to investigate the role of neurofascin associated...
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Expression patterns of influenza virus receptors in the respiratory tracts of four species of poultry

Yu JE, Yoon H, Lee HJ, Lee JH, Chang BJ, Song CS, Nahm SS

The primary determinant of influenza virus infectivity is the type of linkage between sialic acid and oligosaccharides on the host cells. Hemagglutinin of avian influenza viruses preferentially binds to sialic...
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Laser Capture Microdissection Reveals Specific Genes Related to Purkinje Cell Death in the Leaner Mice

Nahm SS, Yoo JE, Abbott LC

  • KMID: 2312081
  • Lab Anim Res.
  • 2010 Sep;26(3):301-305.
The leaner mouse carries a mutation in the gene encoding the alpha1A subunit of P/Q-type calcium channels. Leaner mice exhibit extensive cerebellar granule and Purkinje cell loss that results in...
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