Sanguk Kim
Sanguk Kim
Professor, Department of Life Science, POSTECH
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A multifunctional core–shell nanoparticle for dendritic cell-based cancer immunotherapy
NH Cho, TC Cheong, JH Min, JH Wu, SJ Lee, D Kim, JS Yang, S Kim, ...
Nature nanotechnology 6 (10), 675-682, 2011
Imaging membrane protein helical wheels
J Wang, J Denny, C Tian, S Kim, Y Mo, F Kovacs, Z Song, K Nishimura, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 144 (1), 162-167, 2000
OASIS 2: online application for survival analysis 2 with features for the analysis of maximal lifespan and healthspan in aging research
KS Han SK, Lee D, Lee H, Kim D, Yang JS, Lee SV
Oncotarget, 2016
OASIS: online application for the survival analysis of lifespan assays performed in aging research
JS Yang, HJ Nam, M Seo, SK Han, Y Choi, HG Nam, SJ Lee, S Kim
PloS one 6 (8), e23525, 2011
Transmembrane glycine zippers: physiological and pathological roles in membrane proteins
S Kim, TJ Jeon, A Oberai, D Yang, JJ Schmidt, JU Bowie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (40), 14278-14283, 2005
Predictive design of mRNA translation initiation region to control prokaryotic translation efficiency
S Woo Seo, JS Yang, I Kim, J Yang, B Eun Min, S Kim, G Yeol Jung
Metabolic Engineering, 2012
Structure of the transmembrane region of the M2 protein H+ channel
J Wang, S Kim, F Kovacs, TA Cross
Protein Science 10 (11), 2241-2250, 2001
The closed state of a H+ channel helical bundle combining precise orientational and distance restraints from solid state NMR
K Nishimura, S Kim, L Zhang, TA Cross
Biochemistry 41 (44), 13170-13177, 2002
Feedback regulation via AMPK and HIF-1 mediates ROS-dependent longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans
AB Hwang, EA Ryu, M Artan, HW Chang, MH Kabir, HJ Nam, D Lee, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (42), E4458-E4467, 2014
Transmembrane domain helix packing stabilizes integrin αIIbβ3 in the low affinity state
AW Partridge, S Liu, S Kim, JU Bowie, MH Ginsberg
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (8), 7294-7300, 2005
Arabidopsis Nuclear-Encoded Plastid Transit Peptides Contain Multiple Sequence Subgroups with Distinctive Chloroplast-Targeting Sequence Motifs
DW Lee, JK Kim, S Lee, S Choi, S Kim, I Hwang
The Plant Cell 20 (6), 1603-1622, 2008
Pivotal role of the glycine-rich TM3 helix in gating the MscS mechanosensitive channel
MD Edwards, Y Li, S Kim, S Miller, W Bartlett, S Black, S Dennison, I Iscla, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 12 (2), 113-119, 2005
Creation of bladder assembloids mimicking tissue regeneration and cancer
SK Kim E, Choi S, Kang B, Kong J, Kim Y, Yoon WH, Lee HR, Kim S, Kim HM, Lee ...
Nature 588 (7839), 664-669, 2020
The affinity of GXXXG motifs in transmembrane helix-helix interactions is modulated by long-range communication
RA Melnyk, S Kim, AR Curran, DM Engelman, JU Bowie, CM Deber
Journal of Biological Chemistry 279 (16), 16591-16597, 2004
Functional characterization of sequence motifs in the transit peptide of Arabidopsis small subunit of rubisco
DW Lee, S Lee, G Lee, KH Lee, S Kim, GW Cheong, I Hwang
Plant Physiology 140 (2), 466-483, 2006
Bax Inhibitor-1 Is a pH-dependent regulator of Ca2+ channel activity in the endoplasmic reticulum
HR Kim, GH Lee, KC Ha, T Ahn, JY Moon, BJ Lee, SG Cho, S Kim, ...
Journal of biological chemistry 283 (23), 15946-15955, 2008
A limited universe of membrane protein families and folds
A Oberai, Y Ihm, S Kim, JU Bowie
Protein science 15 (7), 1723-1734, 2006
Membrane channel structure of Helicobacter pylori vacuolating toxin: role of multiple GXXXG motifs in cylindrical channels
S Kim, AK Chamberlain, JU Bowie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (16), 5988-5991, 2004
Network-based machine learning in colorectal and bladder organoid models predicts anti-cancer drug efficacy in patients.
KS Kong J, Lee H, Kim D, Han SK, Ha D, Shin K
Nature Communications 11 (1), 5485, 2020
Uniformity, ideality, and hydrogen bonds in transmembrane α-helices
S Kim, TA Cross
Biophysical Journal 83 (4), 2084-2095, 2002
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