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    Mitochondrial disulfide relay mediates translocation of p53 and partitions its subcellular activity

    Zhuang, Jie, Wang, Ping-Yuan, Huang, Xinglu, Chen, Xiaoyuan, Kang, Ju-Gyeong, Hwang, Paul M
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 22 October 2013, Vol.110(43), pp.17356-61 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Quantification and impact of nonparabolicity of the conduction band of indium tin oxide on its plasmonic properties

    Liu, Xiaoge, Park, Junghyun, Kang, Ju-Hyung, Yuan, Hongtao, Cui, Yi, Hwang, Harold Y, Brongersma, Mark L
    Applied Physics Letters, 07 November 2014, Vol.105(18) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Cerebrospinal Fluid Amyloid β 1-42 , Tau, and Alpha-Synuclein Predict the Heterogeneous Progression of Cognitive Dysfunction in Parkinson’s Disease

    Kang, Ju-Hee
    Journal of Movement Disorders, 2016, Vol.9(2), p.89-96 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Trichostatin A Inhibits Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition Induced by TGF-β1 in Airway Epithelium

    Park, Il-Ho, Kang, Ju-Hyung, Shin, Jae-Min, Lee, Heung-Man
    PLoS ONE, 2016, Vol.11(8) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Forkhead Box O3A (FOXO3) and the Mitochondrial Disulfide Relay Carrier (CHCHD4) Regulate p53 Protein Nuclear Activity in Response to Exercise

    Zhuang, Jie, Kamp, William M, Li, Jie, Liu, Chengyu, Kang, Ju-Gyeong, Wang, Ping-Yuan, Hwang, Paul M
    The Journal of biological chemistry, 25 November 2016, Vol.291(48), pp.24819-24827 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Forkhead Box O3A (FOXO3) and the Mitochondrial Disulfide Relay Carrier (CHCHD4) Regulate p53 Protein Nuclear Activity in Response to Exercise
    Author: Zhuang, Jie; Kamp, William M; Li, Jie; Liu, Chengyu; Kang, Ju-Gyeong; Wang, Ping-Yuan; Hwang, Paul M
    Subject: Foxo ; Exercise ; Mitochondria ; Mitochondrial Transport ; P53 ; Physical Conditioning, Animal ; Cell Nucleus -- Metabolism ; Forkhead Box Protein O3 -- Metabolism ; Mitochondrial Membrane Transport Proteins -- Metabolism ; Tumor Suppressor Protein P53 -- Metabolism
    Description: Although exercise is linked with improved health, the specific molecular mechanisms underlying its various benefits require further clarification. Here we report that exercise increases the nuclear localization and activity of p53 by acutely down-regulating coiled-coil-helix-coiled-coil-helix domain 4 (CHCHD4), a carrier protein that mediates p53 import into the mitochondria. This response to exercise is lost in transgenic mice with constitutive expression of CHCHD4. Mechanistically, exercise-induced nuclear transcription factor FOXO3 binds to the CHCHD4 promoter and represses its expression, preventing the translocation of p53 to the mitochondria and thereby increasing p53 nuclear localization. The synergistic increase in nuclear p53 and FOXO3 by exercise can facilitate their known interaction in transactivating Sirtuin 1 (SIRT1), a NAD-dependent histone deacetylase that mediates adaptation to various stresses. Thus, our results reveal one mechanism by which exercise could be involved...
    Is part of: The Journal of biological chemistry, 25 November 2016, Vol.291(48), pp.24819-24827
    Identifier: 1083-351X (E-ISSN); 27687729 Version (PMID)

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    Baicalin Down-Regulates IL-1β-Stimulated Extracellular Matrix Production in Nasal Fibroblasts

    Shin, Jae-Min, Kang, Ju-Hyung, Lee, Seoung-Ae, Park, Il-Ho, Lee, Heung-Man
    PLoS ONE, 2016, Vol.11(12) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Ambient Oxygen Promotes Tumorigenesis (Ambient Oxygen Promotes Tumorigenesis)

    Sung, Ho Joong, Ma, Wenzhe, Starost, Matthew F, Lago, Cory U, Lim, Philip K, Sack, Michael N, Kang, Ju-Gyeong, Wang, Ping-yuan, Hwang, Paul M
    PLoS ONE, 2011, Vol.6(5), p.e19785 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Ethanol Extract of Ulmus pumila Root Bark Inhibits Clinically Isolated Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

    Yong-Ouk You, Na-Young Choi, Kang-Ju Kim
    Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine, 01 January 2013, Vol.2013 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Selaginella tamariscina water extract inhibits receptor activator for the nuclear factor-κB ligand-induced osteoclast differentiation by blocking mitogen-activated protein kinase and NF-κB signaling

    Shim, Ki-Shuk, Kang, Ju-Seop, Lee, Min-Ho, Ma, Jin
    Pharmacognosy Magazine, 2012, Vol.8(31), p.184-191 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Bepotastine-induced urticaria, cross-reactive with other antihistamines

    Kang, Ju Wan, Lee, Jaechun
    Asia Pacific allergy, October 2016, Vol.6(4), pp.253-256 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Bepotastine-induced urticaria, cross-reactive with other antihistamines
    Author: Kang, Ju Wan; Lee, Jaechun
    Subject: Cross-Reactions ; Drug Hypersensitivity ; Histamine Antagonists ; Urticaria
    Description: Second-generation antihistamines are widely prescribed for the control of symptoms of allergic inflammation such as itchy hives, coryza, and itchy eyes. In rare circumstances, these drugs might provoke allergic inflammation. Hypersensitivity to bepotastine besilate, a second-generation antihistamine has never been reported. A 17-year-old schoolgirl, whose paroxysmal itchy hives had been controlled with bepotastine, experienced aggravation of the hives. An oral provocation test confirmed her hypersensitivity to bepotastine and cross-reactivity to levocetirizine. She showed no reaction to chlorpheniramine, ketotifen, or olopatadine among the 13 antihistamines tested. While searching for an antihistamine to control her itchy hives, we found that she also exhibited cross-reactivity to various antihistamines with different chemical structures from that of bepotastine, which is not predicted according to the chemical classification of antihistamines. We report a case of hypersensitivity to bepotastine...
    Is part of: Asia Pacific allergy, October 2016, Vol.6(4), pp.253-256
    Identifier: 2233-8276 (ISSN); 27803886 Version (PMID)