사진

  • Scopus

Min, Kyung-Tai (민경태)

Department
School of Life Sciences(생명과학부)
Research Interests
adult neurogenesis; axon development; axon regeneration; protein stability; protein synthesis; Down syndrome; Alzheimer's disease;, learning and memory; mitochondria dynamics
Lab
Molecular & Cellular Neurobiology Lab(Min Lab)
Website
http://minlab.unist.ac.kr/
This table browses all dspace content
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)TypeViewAltmetrics
2003-10Nck beta interacts with tyrosine-phosphorylated Disabled 1 and redistributes in reelin-stimulated neuronsPramatarova, A; Ochalski, PG; Chen, K, et alARTICLE476 Nck beta interacts with tyrosine-phosphorylated Disabled 1 and redistributes in reelin-stimulated neurons
2003-06Aberrant histone acetylation, altered transcription, and retinal degeneration in a Drosophila model of polyglutamine disease are rescued by CREB-binding proteinTaylor, JP; Taye, AA; Campbell, C, et alARTICLE415 Aberrant histone acetylation, altered transcription, and retinal degeneration in a Drosophila model of polyglutamine disease are rescued by CREB-binding protein
2002-06Regulation of lifespan by histone deacetylaseChang, KT; Min, Kyung-TaiARTICLE510 Regulation of lifespan by histone deacetylase
2002-01Life extension in Drosophila by feeding a drugKang, HL; Benzer, S; Min, Kyung-TaiARTICLE406 Life extension in Drosophila by feeding a drug
2001-07Drosophila as a model to study human brain degenerative diseasesMin, KTARTICLE425 Drosophila as a model to study human brain degenerative diseases
1999-06Preventing neurodegeneration in the Drosophila mutant bubblegumMin, Kyung-Tai; Benzer, SARTICLE395 Preventing neurodegeneration in the Drosophila mutant bubblegum
1997-11Spongecake and eggroll: Two hereditary diseases in Drosophila resemble patterns of human brain degenerationMin, Kyung-Tai; Benzer, SARTICLE425 Spongecake and eggroll: Two hereditary diseases in Drosophila resemble patterns of human brain degeneration
1997-09Wolbachia, normally a symbiont of Drosophila, can be virulent, causing degeneration and early deathMin, Kyung-Tai; Benzer, SARTICLE445 Wolbachia, normally a symbiont of Drosophila, can be virulent, causing degeneration and early death
1996-12Identification of a phosphorylation site for calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in the NR2B subunit of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptorOmkumar, RV; Kiely, MJ; Rosenstein, AJ, et alARTICLE493 Identification of a phosphorylation site for calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II in the NR2B subunit of the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor
1996-05EcoRI variant N199H has enhanced specific activityKim, JJ; Min, Kyung-Tai; Kim, MH, et alARTICLE536 EcoRI variant N199H has enhanced specific activity
1995-01CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS AND CLONING OF HUMAN BETA-ENDORPHIN GENE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLIKIM, MH; LEE, HJ; Min, Kyung-TaiARTICLE423 CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS AND CLONING OF HUMAN BETA-ENDORPHIN GENE IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI
1993-08SIGMA(F), THE 1ST COMPARTMENT-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, IS REGULATED BY AN ANTI-SIGMA FACTOR THAT IS ALSO A PROTEIN-KINASEMin, Kyung-Tai; HILDITCH, CM; DIEDERICH, B, et alARTICLE492 SIGMA(F), THE 1ST COMPARTMENT-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR OF BACILLUS-SUBTILIS, IS REGULATED BY AN ANTI-SIGMA FACTOR THAT IS ALSO A PROTEIN-KINASE
1992-11ACTIVITY OF MUTANT SIGMA-F PROTEINS TRUNCATED NEAR THE C-TERMINUSMin, Kyung-Tai; Yudkin, M.D.ARTICLE478
1988-06SEARCH FOR THE OPTIMAL SEQUENCE OF THE RIBOSOME BINDING-SITE BY RANDOM OLIGONUCLEOTIDE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESISMin, Kyung-Tai; KIM, MH; LEE, DSARTICLE440 SEARCH FOR THE OPTIMAL SEQUENCE OF THE RIBOSOME BINDING-SITE BY RANDOM OLIGONUCLEOTIDE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS

MENU