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Min, Duyoung (민두영)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://dymin.unist.ac.kr/
Lab
Biophysics and Chemical Biology Lab. (생물물리 및 화학생물학 연구실)
Research Keywords
생물물리학, 생화학, 생체막 단백질 과학, 단분자 분광학, 생분석화학, 생교접화학, Membrane Protein Biophysics & Biochemistry, Single-molecule Spectroscopy, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Bioconjugation Chemistry
Research Interests
Duyoung Min laboratory conducts interdisciplinary researches potentially contributing to disease treatment by exploiting single-molecule methods. Especially, the main research directions are to understand misfolding disease mechanisms of membrane proteins, and to develop unique single-molecule techniques tackling their underlying biophysical chemistry. Membrane proteins are the major drug target accounting for ~40% of drugs, so they are medically very important protein class. However, their scientific progress is relatively sluggish due to many technical challenges. The vision of our laboratory is, by overcoming the challenges, to better understand the fundamental membrane protein science and to develop practical methodologies applicable to medicine.
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2019-11Watching helical membrane proteins fold reveals a common N-to-C-terminal folding pathwayChoi, Hyun-Kyu; Min, Duyoung; Kang, Hyunook, et alARTICLE121 Watching helical membrane proteins fold reveals a common N-to-C-terminal folding pathway
2018-05Unfolding of a CIC chloride transporter retains memory of its evolutionary historyMin, Duyoung; Jefferson, Robert E.; Qi, Yifei, et alARTICLE156 Unfolding of a CIC chloride transporter retains memory of its evolutionary history
2018-03Accurate computational design of multipass transmembrane proteinsLu, Peilong; Min, Duyoung; DiMaio, Frank, et alARTICLE137 Accurate computational design of multipass transmembrane proteins
2018-02Applications of Single-Molecule Methods to Membrane Protein Folding StudiesJefferson, Robert E.; Min, Duyoung; Corin, Karolina, et alARTICLE168 Applications of Single-Molecule Methods to Membrane Protein Folding Studies
2016-08A simple DNA handle attachment method for single molecule mechanical manipulation experimentsMin, Duyoung; Arbing, Mark A.; Jefferson, Robert E., et alARTICLE145 A simple DNA handle attachment method for single molecule mechanical manipulation experiments
2015-10Mapping the energy landscape for second-stage folding of a single membrane proteinMin, Duyoung; Jefferson, Robet E.; Bowie, James U., et alARTICLE147 Mapping the energy landscape for second-stage folding of a single membrane protein
2015-03Spring-loaded unraveling of a single SNARE complex by NSF in one round of ATP turnoverRyu, Je-Kyung; Min, Duyoung; Rah, Sang-Hyun, et alARTICLE156 Spring-loaded unraveling of a single SNARE complex by NSF in one round of ATP turnover
2014-12Programmed folding of DNA origami structures through single-molecule force controlBae, Wooli; Kim, Kipom; Min, Duyoung, et alARTICLE149 Programmed folding of DNA origami structures through single-molecule force control
2013-04Mechanical unzipping and rezipping of a single SNARE complex reveals hysteresis as a force-generating mechanismMin, Duyoung; Kim, Kipom; Hyeon, Changbong, et alARTICLE147 Mechanical unzipping and rezipping of a single SNARE complex reveals hysteresis as a force-generating mechanism

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