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Abhijit Kale Buck Institute for Research on Aging
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Adler Dillman University of California, Riverside
9 protocols

Alexandros Kokotos University of Edinburgh
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Chunjing Qu Baylor Genetics Laboratories/Baylor College of Medicine
2 protocols

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Jihyun Kim
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Research focus
  • Developmental biology
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Education

Ph.D. in Cellular Biology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 2009

Current position

Market opportunities of CalCom Solar, BERC Innovative Solutions (BIS) project at UC Berkeley, 2016
Reviewer-Review articles in Molecular and Cellular biology, Biochemistry, and Genetics, Bio-Protocol (2015-present)
Event Leads (Leadership team member), Biotech Connection-Bay Area (BCBA) (2015-present)

Publications

  1. Hwangbo, D. S., Biteau, B., Rath, S., Kim, J. and Jasper, H. (2016). Control of apoptosis by Drosophila DCAF12. Dev Biol 413(1): 50-59.    
  2. Akella, J. S.*, Wloga, D.*, Kim, J., Starostina, N. G., Lyons-Abbott, S., Morrissette, N. S., Dougan, S. T., Kipreos, E. T. and Gaertig, J. (2010). MEC-17 is an alpha-tubulin acetyltransferase. Nature 467(7312): 218-222.   
    *These authors contributed equally to this work
  3. Kim, J. and Kipreos, E. T. (2008). Control of the Cdc6 replication licensing factor in metazoa: the role of nuclear export and the CUL4 ubiquitin ligase. Cell Cycle 7(2): 146-150.
  4. Kim, J., Feng, H. and Kipreos, E. T. (2007). C. elegans CUL-4 prevents rereplication by promoting the nuclear export of CDC-6 via a CKI-1-dependent pathway. Curr Biol 17(11): 966-972.      
    - Highlighted in Dispatch by Jerome Korzelius and Sander van den Heuvel. Replication Licensing: Oops! … I Did It Again.
    (2007). Current Biology 17(16):R630-2.
2 Protocols reviewed
Bioassays to Investigate the Effects of Insect Oviposition on a Plant’s Resistance to Herbivores
Authors:  Michele Bandoly and Anke Steppuhn, date: 06/05/2016, view: 3321, Q&A: 0
Plants respond to herbivory with diverse defence responses (Schoonhoven et al., 2005). Many herbivorous insects deposit their eggs on their host plants before their larvae start to feed. Thus, plants could use insect eggs as a signal to ...
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Preparation and Immunofluorescence Staining of the Trachea in Drosophila Larvae and Pupae
Author:  Feng Chen, date: 05/05/2016, view: 4804, Q&A: 0
The Drosophila melanogaster trachea is a branched network of rigid chitin-lined tubes that ramify throughout the body and functions as the fly’s respiratory organ. Small openings at the ends of the tracheal tubes allow gas ...
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16 Protocols edited
Live Imaging of Axonal Transport in the Motor Neurons of Drosophila Larvae
Authors:  Tsuyoshi Inoshita, Nobutaka Hattori and Yuzuru Imai, date: 12/05/2017, view: 94, Q&A: 0
Axonal transport, which is composed of microtubules, motor proteins and a variety of types of cargo, is a prominent feature of neurons. Monitoring these molecular dynamics is important to understand the biological processes of neurons as well as ...
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An Affinity-directed Protein Missile (AdPROM) System for Targeted Destruction of Endogenous Proteins
Authors:  Thomas J Macartney, Gopal P Sapkota and Luke J Fulcher, date: 11/20/2017, view: 334, Q&A: 0
We recently reported an Affinity-directed PROtein Missile (AdPROM) system for the targeted proteolysis of endogenous proteins of interest (POI) (Fulcher et al., 2016 and 2017). AdPROM consists of the Von Hippel Lindau (VHL) protein, a ...
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