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Kwangseog Ahn School of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea; Center for RNA Research, Institute for Basic Science, Korea
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Sungchul Kim
  • School of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea; Center for RNA Research, Institute for Basic Science, Korea
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Biology Science, Seoul National University

Current position

Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Bionanosicence, Delft University of Technology, 2016

Publications

  1. Kim, S., Seo, D., Kim, D., Hong, Y., Chang, H., Baek, D., Kim, V. N., Lee, S. and Ahn, K. (2015). Temporal Landscape of MicroRNA-Mediated Host-Virus Crosstalk during Productive Human Cytomegalovirus Infection. Cell Host Microbe 17(6): 838-851.
  2. Ryoo, J., Choi, J., Oh, C., Kim, S., Seo, M., Kim, S. Y., Seo, D., Kim, J., White, T. E., Brandariz-Nunez, A., Diaz-Griffero, F., Yun, C. H., Hollenbaugh, J. A., Kim, B., Baek, D. and Ahn, K. (2014). The ribonuclease activity of SAMHD1 is required for HIV-1 restriction. Nat Med 20(8): 936-941.
  3. Lee, S., Song, J., Kim, S., Kim, J., Hong, Y., Kim, Y., Kim, D., Baek, D. and Ahn, K. (2013). Selective degradation of host MicroRNAs by an intergenic HCMV noncoding RNA accelerates virus production. Cell Host Microbe 13(6): 678-690.
  4. Kim, Y., Lee, S., Kim, S., Kim, D., Ahn, J. H. and Ahn, K. (2012). Human cytomegalovirus clinical strain-specific microRNA miR-UL148D targets the human chemokine RANTES during infection. PLoS Pathog 8(3): e1002577.
  5. Kim, S., Lee, S., Shin, J., Kim, Y., Evnouchidou, I., Kim, D., Kim, Y. K., Kim, Y. E., Ahn, J. H., Riddell, S. R., Stratikos, E., Kim, V. N. and Ahn, K. (2011). Human cytomegalovirus microRNA miR-US4-1 inhibits CD8(+) T cell responses by targeting the aminopeptidase ERAP1. Nat Immunol 12(10): 984-991.
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ACE-score-based Analysis of Temporal miRNA Targetomes During Human Cytomegalovirus Infection Using AGO-CLIP-seq
Authors:  Sungchul Kim and Kwangseog Ahn, date: 04/20/2016, view: 2642, Q&A: 0
Although temporal regulation of gene expression during the course of infection is known to be critical for determining the outcome of host-virus interactions, systematic temporal analysis of the miRNA targetomes during productive viral infection has ...