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Bhak, Jong (박종화)

Department
School of Life Sciences(생명과학부)
Research Interests
Geromics, genomics, bioinformatics, protein Engineering, OMICS
Lab
The Genomics Institute of UNIST (TGI)
Website
http://genomicslab.org/
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2006BioCC: An Openfree Hypertext Bio Community Cluster for BiologyGong, Sungsam; Kim, TaeHyung; Oh, Jungsu, et alARTICLE277
200508A protein domain interaction interface database: InterPareGong, Sungsam; Park, Changbum; Choi, Hansol, et alARTICLE339 A protein domain interaction interface database: InterPare
200508Comparative interactomics analysis of protein family interaction networks using PSIMAP (protein structural interactome map)Park, Daeui; Lee, Semin; Bolser, Dan, et alARTICLE341 Comparative interactomics analysis of protein family interaction networks using PSIMAP (protein structural interactome map)
200506BioCovi: A Visualization Service for Comparative Genomics AnalysisBhak, Jong; Park, Dae-Ui; Lee, Jung-SulARTICLE252
200506Euclidean Voronoi diagrams of 3D spheres and applications to protein structure analysisKim, Deok-Soo; Cho, Youngsong; Kim, Donguk, et alARTICLE279
200505PSIbase: A database of Protein Structural Interactome map (PSIMAP)Gong, Sungsam; Yoon, Giseok; Jang, Insoo, et alARTICLE228 PSIbase: A database of Protein Structural Interactome map (PSIMAP)
200504Architecture of basic building blocks in protein and domain structural interaction networksMoon, Hyun S.; Bhak, Jong Hwa; Lee, Kwang H., et alARTICLE244 Architecture of basic building blocks in protein and domain structural interaction networks
2005BioSubroutine: an Open Web Server for Bioinformatics Algorithms and SubroutinesBhak, Jong; Lee, Joo-Won; Chung, Dong-Il, et alARTICLE255
200412The association of Alu repeats with the generation of potential AU-rich elements (ARE) at 3 ' untranslated regions.An, Hyeong Jun; Lee, Doheon; Lee, Kwang Hyung, et alARTICLE398 The association of Alu repeats with the generation of potential AU-rich elements (ARE) at 3 ' untranslated regions.
200412The Atom of EvolutionBhak, Jong Hwa; Bolser, Dan; Park, Daeui, et alARTICLE269
200410HPID: The Human Protein Interaction DatabaseHan, Kyungsook; Park, Byungkyu; Kim, Hyongguen, et alARTICLE284 HPID: The Human Protein Interaction Database
200407Using convex hulls to extract interaction interfaces from known structuresDafas, Panos; Bolser, Dan; Gomoluch, Jacek, et alARTICLE340 Using convex hulls to extract interaction interfaces from known structures
200406High correlation between Alu Elements and the Conversion of 3' UTR of mRNAs Processed PseudogenesAn, Hyeong Jun; Na, Dokyun; Lee, Doheon, et alARTICLE312
200405Large-scale co-evolution analysis of protein structural interlogues using the global protein structural interactome map (PSIMAP)Kim, Wan K.; Bolser, Dan M.; Bhak, Jong HwaARTICLE314 Large-scale co-evolution analysis of protein structural interlogues using the global protein structural interactome map (PSIMAP)
200310Visualisation and graph-theoretic analysis of a large-scale protein structural interactomeBolser, D; Dafas, P; Harrington, R, et alARTICLE325 Visualisation and graph-theoretic analysis of a large-scale protein structural interactome
200309Challenges and New Approaches in Genomics and BioinformaticsBhak, Jong Hwa; Han, Kyung SookARTICLE260
200309Biological Network Evolution Hypothesis Applied to Protein Structural InteractomeBhak, Jong Hwa; Bolser, Dan M.ARTICLE320
200305Predicting protein interactions in human by homologous interactions in yeastKim, Hyongguen; Bhak, Jong Hwa; Han, KyungsookARTICLE262
200301Visualization and analysis of protein interactionsJu, Byong-Hyon; Park, Byungkyu; Bhak, Jong Hwa, et alARTICLE219 Visualization and analysis of protein interactions
200211Sequence similarity between stereocilin and otoancorin points to a unified mechanism for mechanotransduction in the mammalian inner earJovine, Luca; Bhak, Jong Hwa; Wassarman, Paul MARTICLE313 Sequence similarity between stereocilin and otoancorin points to a unified mechanism for mechanotransduction in the mammalian inner ear

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