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    Effect of SMO16, a KOREAN Poly-Herbal Medicine, on Bone Mass in Ovariectomized Rat

    Seo Il-Bok, Ahn Sang-Hyun
    Kinesiology, December 2017, Vol.2(2), pp.18-22
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    Title: Effect of SMO16, a KOREAN Poly-Herbal Medicine, on Bone Mass in Ovariectomized Rat
    Author: Seo Il-Bok; Ahn Sang-Hyun
    Subject: Ovariectomized Rat ; Osteoporosis ; Osteopontin ; Osteoblast ; Korean Medicine;
    Description: The objective of this study was to explore the effect of SMO16, a Korean poly-herbal medicine, on bone mass in ovariectomized (OVX) rats. The loss of bone mass is known to be associated with hormone deficiency in OVX rats. In the present study, we successfully produced the osteoporosis animal-model by dissecting the ovary. To determine the protective effect of SMO16 in OVX rat, SMO16 was administered at a dose of 2.25 g/kg in saline solution for 8 weeks after OVX. Furthermore, we evaluated the direct effect of SMO16 by using a soft X-ray system and Masson’s trichrome staining, phloxine-tartrazine staining, and immunohistochemistry in vivo. SMO16 significantly regulated the expression of proteoglycan and osteopontin. These data suggest that SMO16 exerts a protective effect against osteoporosis via the activation of proteoglycan and osteopontin that are closely associated with bone balance. Moreover, these findings suggest that SMO16 can act as a potential therapeutic agent for...
    Is part of: Kinesiology, December 2017, Vol.2(2), pp.18-22
    Identifier: 2435-0702 (ISSN)

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    Charge density mismatch synthesis of MEI- and BPH-type zeolites in the TEA(+)-TMA(+)-Li(+)-Sr(2+) mixed-structure-directing agent system

    Park, Min Bum, Ahn, Sang Hyun, Ahn, Nak Ho, Hong, Suk Bong
    Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), 28 February 2015, Vol.51(17), pp.3671-3 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Charge density mismatch synthesis of MEI- and BPH-type zeolites in the TEA(+)-TMA(+)-Li(+)-Sr(2+) mixed-structure-directing agent system
    Author: Park, Min Bum; Ahn, Sang Hyun; Ahn, Nak Ho; Hong, Suk Bong
    Subject: Charge Density ; Formations ; Nanocrystals ; Zeolites ; Synthesis ; Miscellaneous Sciences (So) ; General and Nonclassified (Ep) ; General and Nonclassified (Ed) ; General and Nonclassified (EC) ; Components and Materials (General) (Ea);
    Description: Nanocrystalline MEI- and BPH-type zeolites, denoted as PST-11 and PST-12, respectively, have been synthesized using both tetraethylammonium and tetramethylammonium ions, the two simplest alkylammonium species, in the presence of Li(+) and Sr(2+). PST-12 formation is the first example of a combination of forced and multiple cooperative structure-directions in the charge density mismatch synthesis of zeolites.
    Is part of: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), 28 February 2015, Vol.51(17), pp.3671-3
    Identifier: 1364-548X (E-ISSN); 25644526 Version (PMID); 10.1039/c4cc10351c (DOI)

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    Three-dimensional bio-printing equipment technologies for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine

    Ahn, Sang, Lee, Junhee, Park, Su, Kim, Wan
    Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, 2016, Vol.13(6), pp.663-676 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The optimal follow-up period in patients with above 5-year disease-free survival after curative liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma

    Ahn, Sang Hyun, Kim, Sung Hoon, Choi, Gi Hong, Choi, Jin Sub, Kim, Kyung Sik
    Journal of the Korean Surgical Society, December 2013, Vol.85(6), pp.269-74 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: The optimal follow-up period in patients with above 5-year disease-free survival after curative liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma
    Author: Ahn, Sang Hyun; Kim, Sung Hoon; Choi, Gi Hong; Choi, Jin Sub; Kim, Kyung Sik
    Subject: Hepatocellular Carcinoma ; Recurrence ; Surveillance
    Description: Although many patients with hepatocellular carcinoma experience recurrence within 2 years after hepatectomy, some patients with T1 and T2 hepatocellular carcinoma show recurrence-free survival for more than 5 years after surgery. This study was designed to analyze the optimal follow-up period on patients with T1 and T2 hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) showing recurrence-free survival 5 years after surgery. One hundred seventy patients underwent hepatectomy from January 1995 to December 1999. Numbers of patients with T1 and T2 HCC were 76 and 73, respectively. The recurrence patterns of patients experiencing recurrence more than 5 years after liver resection were analyzed in aspect of clinicopathological features and follow-up period. Thirteen patients experienced recurrence more than 5 years after surgery. Only age was found as a significant factor for recurrence. Eight patients were checked regularly with 6-month intervals and the others were checked with 12-month or more intervals. The size of the recurrent tumors in the 6-month interval group had a median of 1.1 cm (range, 1 to 4.2 cm) and the size of the recurrent tumors in the 12-month or more interval group had a median of 3 cm (range, 1.6 to 4 cm). The tumor size was significantly smaller in the 6-month interval group. Though the patients with early stage HCC showed high overall survival, some patients experienced a late recurrence of more than 5 years after surgery. Patients less than 60 years old with early stage HCC should be checked regularly with 6-month intervals even over 5 years after liver resection.
    Is part of: Journal of the Korean Surgical Society, December 2013, Vol.85(6), pp.269-74
    Identifier: 2233-7903 (ISSN); 24368984 Version (PMID); 10.4174/jkss.2013.85.6.269 (DOI)

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    A Candidate SPORTS Nutrition Supplement, Lonicerae Flos, Attenuates Collagen-Induced Arthritis in Mice

    Yoon Tae-Gun, Hwang Byong-Yong, Ahn Sang-Hyun, Kim Ki-Bong
    Kinesiology, December 2016, Vol.1(2), pp.1-5
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    Title: A Candidate SPORTS Nutrition Supplement, Lonicerae Flos, Attenuates Collagen-Induced Arthritis in Mice
    Author: Yoon Tae-Gun; Hwang Byong-Yong; Ahn Sang-Hyun; Kim Ki-Bong
    Subject: Sport Nutrition ; Lonicerae Flos ; Inflammation ; Natural Compounds ; Rheumatoid Arthritis;
    Description: Rheumatoid arthritis(RA) can occur in persons of all ages and of both sexes. Diverse studies recommend exercise to help diminish pain from RA symptoms. Although exercise for patients with RA is an effective therapy to improve functional impairment, patients experience reluctance to exercise because of pain. Several studies have focused on investigating the treatments for this disease. However, RA is currently an incurable disease because its pathogenic cause is still unclear. In view of the complex considerations, the treatment of RA with exercise requires more effective research for developing therapies with proven stability. For example, natural compounds are potential therapeutic agents and candidates as sports nutrition supplements. In the present study, we aimed to find a candidate sport nutrition supplement from natural compounds such as foods and tea. Lonicerae flos(LF) has been widely used in Korean traditional medicine and as a tea material. Therefore, we evaluated the...
    Is part of: Kinesiology, December 2016, Vol.1(2), pp.1-5
    Identifier: 2435-0702 (ISSN)

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    Qualitative verification of the dispersion level in nano-composite and its application to YD-128/MWCNT composite to assess the wear characteristics with respect to the dispersion level

    Choi, Ghi, Sohn, Dongwoo, Woo, Chang, Lee, Se-Hwan, Ahn, Sang, Cho, Young-Sam
    Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 2013, Vol.27(10), pp.3131-3138 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Factors Associated with Diffusely Increased Splenic F-18 FDG Uptake in Patients with Cholangiocarcinoma

    Kim, Keunyoung, Kim, Seong-Jang, Kim, In-Joo, Kim, Dong, Kim, Heeyoung, Kim, Sojung, Ahn, Sang
    Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, 2014, Vol.48(2), pp.137-143 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Association between Physical Activity Levels and Physical Symptoms or Illness among University Students in Korea

    Ahn, Sang-Hyun, Um, Yoo-Jin, Kim, Young-Ju, Kim, Hyun-Joo, Oh, Seung-Won, Lee, Cheol Min, Kwon, Hyuktae, Joh, Hee-Kyung
    Korean journal of family medicine, September 2016, Vol.37(5), pp.279-86 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    The Natural Compound Dansameum Reduces foam Cell Formation by Downregulating CD36 and Peroxisome Proliferator-activated Receptor-gamma; Expression

    Park, Kang-Seo, Ahn, Sang Hyun, Lee, Kang Pa, Park, Sun-Young, Cheon, Jin Hong, Choi, Jun-Yong, Kim, Kibong
    Pharmacognosy magazine, January 2018, Vol.13(Suppl 4), pp.S868-S874 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Current strategy for the treatment of symptomatic spontaneous isolated dissection of superior mesenteric artery

    Min, Sang-Il, Yoon, Kyung-Chul, Min, Seung-Kee, Ahn, Sang Hyun, Jae, Hwan Joon, Chung, Jin Wook, Ha, Jongwon, Kim, Sang Joon
    Journal of vascular surgery, August 2011, Vol.54(2), pp.461-6 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Current strategy for the treatment of symptomatic spontaneous isolated dissection of superior mesenteric artery
    Author: Min, Sang-Il; Yoon, Kyung-Chul; Min, Seung-Kee; Ahn, Sang Hyun; Jae, Hwan Joon; Chung, Jin Wook; Ha, Jongwon; Kim, Sang Joon
    Subject: Digestive System Surgical Procedures ; Endovascular Procedures ; Mesenteric Artery, Superior ; Aneurysm, Dissecting -- Therapy ; Ischemia -- Therapy ; Vascular Diseases -- Therapy
    Description: Spontaneous isolated dissection of the superior mesenteric artery (SIDSMA) is extremely rare. Various treatment options are currently available, including conservative management, anticoagulation, endovascular stenting, and surgical repair. Herein, we present our experience in the treatment of symptomatic SIDSMA. A retrospective study was conducted on 14 consecutive patients with symptomatic SIDSMA between January 2000 and January 2010. All patients had acute onset abdominal pain. The decision to intervene was based on patient symptoms and signs, as well as the morphologic characteristics of superior mesenteric artery (SMA) dissection on computed tomography (CT) angiography. Endovascular stenting (ES) was indicated in patients with severe compression of the true lumen or dissecting aneurysm likely to rupture. Self-expandable stents were placed via a right common femoral approach. None of the patients underwent anticoagulation, and patients who underwent ES were maintained on antiplatelet therapy for 3 months postoperatively. The median age of the study subjects was 59 years (range, 50-75 years). The median follow-up time was 27.5 months (range, 2-64 months). Treatment included conservative management without the use of anticoagulation in seven patients, ES in six, and necrotic bowel resection in one. Four patients with severe compression of the true lumen or large dissecting aneurysm underwent ES as a primary treatment. ES was additionally performed in two patients in whom initial conservative treatment failed (increasing dissecting aneurysm at 7-day follow-up CT scan in one and a reappearance of abdominal pain after resuming diet in the other). The median fasting time was significantly shorter in patients with primary ES (2.5 days) than in those managed conservatively (8.0 days). No complications associated with the SIDSMA or ES were developed. The patency of stents was demonstrated on follow-up CT scans up to 60 months (range, 1-60 months). Conservative management without anticoagulation can be applied successfully to the patients with symptomatic SIDSMA. Primary endovascular stenting is indicated if patients have suspected bowel ischemia, compression of the true lumen of the SMA >80%, or SMA aneurysm of >2.0 cm in diameter on initial CT scan. Endovascular stenting can also be provided to the patients in whom initial conservative treatment failed, as a rescue therapy.
    Is part of: Journal of vascular surgery, August 2011, Vol.54(2), pp.461-6
    Identifier: 1097-6809 (E-ISSN); 21571493 Version (PMID); 10.1016/j.jvs.2011.03.001 (DOI)