• Polymer brush: a promising grafting approach to scaffolds for tissue engineering

    (A) Overview of different types of polymer brushes (homopolymer brush, block copolymer brush, mixed brush, and gradient polymer brush). (B) Fabrication of polymer brushes on scaffolds (Grafting-to approach vs. Grafting-from approach), adapted from ref. 2. (C) Regulation of stem cell differentiation on polymer brush.

BMB Rep. 2016; 49(12): 651~698
Defective Anks1a disrupts the export of receptor tyrosine kinases from the endoplasmic reticulum
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Birth of an ‘Asian cool’ reference genome: AK1
Changhoon Kim*
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Invited Mini Reviews
Polymer brush: a promising grafting approach to scaffolds for tissue engineering
Woonjung Kim & Jongjin Jung*
BMB Rep. 2016; 49(12): 655-661  
Probing the diversity of healthy oral microbiome with bioinformatics approaches
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BMB Rep. 2016; 49(12): 662-670  
Contributed Mini Review
Age-related epigenetic regulation in the brain and its role in neuronal diseases
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BMB Rep. 2016; 49(12): 681-686  
Protective effect of 3-(naphthalen-2-yl(propoxy)methyl)azetidine hydrochloride on hypoxia-induced toxicity by suppressing microglial activation in BV-2 cells
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BMB Rep. 2016; 49(12): 687-692  
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