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  1. Anthocyanin is a type of flavonoid that appears purple in plants. PAP1, PAP2, and MYB113 are the three major R2R3-MYB transcription factors that regulate flavonoid biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. In this st...

    Authors: Yeonjong Koo and R. Scott Poethig

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2021 64:5

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  2. Cudrania tricuspidata (C. tricuspidata) is widespread throughout Asia and has known to have various physiological activities such as, inflammation, diabetes, obesity and tumor. Cudrania tricuspidata, a rich sourc...

    Authors: Jung-Hae Shin, Muhammad Irfan, Man Hee Rhee and Hyuk-Woo Kwon

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2021 64:4

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  3. This study aimed to comprehensively analyze primary and secondary metabolites of three different-colored (white, pale green, and green) pak choi cultivars (Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis) using gas chromatography...

    Authors: Hyeon Ji Yeo, Seung-A Baek, Ramaraj Sathasivam, Jae Kwang Kim and Sang Un Park

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2021 64:3

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  4. Amomum tsao-ko (Zingiberaceae), an important traditional medicinal herb, possesses many biological activities, including anti-inflammatory effects. Though the anti-obesity properties of the crude ethanol extract ...

    Authors: Seong Su Hong, Chun Whan Choi, Ji Eun Lee, Yeon Woo Jung, Jung A. Lee, Wonsik Jeong, Yun-Hyeok Choi, Hanna Cha, Eun-Kyung Ahn and Joa Sub Oh

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2021 64:2

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  5. RNA interference (RNAi) is a regulatory mechanism of gene expression mediated by small RNAs. By using the RNAi technique, exogenous double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) designed to target mRNA, suppresses target gene e...

    Authors: Jeongyeon Yoon, Miao Fang, Dowhan Lee, Minsu Park, Kook-Hyung Kim and Chanseok Shin

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2021 64:1

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  6. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Sung‑Kyu Choi, Yeong‑Geun Lee, Rong Bo Wang, Hyoung‑Geun Kim, Dahye Yoon, Dae Young Lee, Yeon‑Ju Kim and Nam‑In Baek

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:87

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    The original article was published in Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:39

  7. In this study, lemon peel flavonoids (LPF) were administered to investigate its effect on the anti-fatigue and antioxidant capacity of mice that undergo exercise until exhaustion. LPF (88.36 min in LPFH group ...

    Authors: Guili Bao, Yinglong Zhang and Xiaoguang Yang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:85

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  8. Flavonoids present in the leaves of lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) grown in different regions of South Korea (Yeongcheon, Haenam, and Seocheon) and at different harvest times (July to September) were determined. Flavon...

    Authors: Ju Sung Lee, Leo Adrianne Paje, Won-Hee Choi, Eun Ju Cho, Hyun Young Kim, Sonia D. Jacinto and Sanghyun Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:84

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  9. We designed 21 ethyl 3,5-diphenyl-2-cyclohexenone-6-carboxylate derivatives to identify compounds exhibiting anticancer activity. To measure the inhibitory effects of the compounds on cancer cell growth, a lon...

    Authors: Soon Young Shin, Jihyun Park, Yearam Jung, Young Han Lee, Dongsoo Koh, Youngdae Yoon and Yoongho Lim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:82

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  10. In the last few decades, studies on autophagy regulation and its potential role in cancer therapeutics have expanded to include detailed mechanisms. Since apoptosis exhibits drug resistance in some cancers, ef...

    Authors: Muhammad Haroon and Sun Chul Kang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:81

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  11. Etridiazole (EDZ), a thiadiazole-containing toxic chemical, is widely used as a fungicide. Regular usage of EDZ may reach and contaminate water bodies, but its adverse effects on aquatic vertebrates have not b...

    Authors: Bala Murali Krishna Vasamsetti, Nam-Seok Kim, Kyongmi Chon and Hong-Hyun Park

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:80

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  12. The recent dissemination of SARS-CoV-2 from Wuhan city to all over the world has created a pandemic. COVID-19 has cost many human lives and created an enormous economic burden. Although many drugs/vaccines are...

    Authors: Ghazala Muteeb, Adil Alshoaibi, Mohammad Aatif, Md. Tabish Rehman and M. Zuhaib Qayyum

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:79

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  13. Soil has been used for treatment of wound and skin diseases and for cosmetic purposes. Fusidium coccineum (FC) SA-1FC (Ascomycota) is a fungus found in nature, and its by-products are present in humid soils with ...

    Authors: Hyoung-Geun Kim, Ki Sun Kim, Minji Kim, Sang-Hwan Shin, Yeong-Geun Lee, Myun-Ho Bang, Dong-Geol Lee and Nam-In Baek

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:77

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  14. Hexokinase1 (HXK1) is an Arabidopsis glucose sensor that has a variety of roles during plant growth and devlopment, including during germination, flowering, and senescence. HXK1 also acts as a positive regulat...

    Authors: Wu Jing, Shahab Uddin, Rupak Chakraborty, Duong Thu Van Anh, Donah Mary Macoy, Si On Park, Gyeong Ryul Ryu, Young Hun Kim, Joon‑Yung Cha, Woe-Yeon Kim and Min Gab Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:76

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  15. Sulforaphene (SFE), a major isothiocyanate in radish seeds, is a close chemical relative of sulforaphane (SFA) isolated from broccoli seeds and florets. The anti-proliferative mechanisms of SFA against cancer ...

    Authors: Sooyeon Lim, Jin-Chul Ahn, Eun Jin Lee and Jongkee Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:75

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  16. Aralia continentalis (A. continentalis) is a medicinal plant belonging to Araliaceae, it has been reported to exert anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-platelet and anti-oxidative activities. But...

    Authors: Hyun Ji Eo, Youngki Park, Seong Su Hong and Gwang Hun Park

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:74

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  17. Endothelial dysfunction is directly involved in consequence of various metabolic syndromes such as diabetes and hypertension. In this study, we investigated the preventive effects of two ark clams [ark shell (...

    Authors: Saoraya Chanmuang, Orawan Meemalai, Kitipong Promyo, Kyung-Hee Park, Suthipong Pongworn, Dal-Seong Gong, Min-Ho Oak, Jeong-Yong Cho, Seong-Gook Kang and Kyung-Sik Ham

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:73

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  18. Peat, as a heterogeneous mixture of decaying plant debris and microbial residues, has been widely used in many fields. However, little research focused on the impact of peat addition on food waste composting. ...

    Authors: Zaihua He, Qiang Li, Xiaoyi Zeng, Kai Tian, Xiangshi Kong and Xingjun Tian

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:72

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  19. It is important to evaluate leaching behavior in agricultural soils to prevent the pollution of groundwater by pesticides. We identified the distribution coefficients (Kd) of ten pesticides with different physico...

    Authors: Won-Pyo Park, Kong-Man Chang, Hae-Nam Hyun, Kyung-Hwan Boo and Bon-Jun Koo

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:71

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  20. Dietary fibers (DFs) and associated phytochemicals in ginseng species are known to provide various functional and health benefits. The incorporation of ginseng insoluble dietary fiber (IDF) in food products of...

    Authors: Guihun Jiang, Zhaogen Wu, Kashif Ameer, Shanji Li and Karna Ramachandraiah

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:70

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  21. The mass usage of veterinary pharmaceuticals in farms has contributed to environmental pollution in vicinity waters, soils, and sediments from farms and composting facilities. In the present study, we investig...

    Authors: Min-Kyu Park, Joo-Yeon Oh, Sung-Eun Lee and Sung-Deuk Choi

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:69

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  22. Sawdust is the main bulking agent used to compost food waste in Korea but it is not an economically desirable choice because its availability entirely depends on imports. Since food waste composting provides a...

    Authors: Jae-Han Lee, Deogratius Luyima, Chang-Hoon Lee, Seong-Jin Park and Taek-Keun Oh

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:68

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  23. Evodiamine is an active alkaloid member found in Traditional Chinese Herb (TCH) Evodia rutaecarpa. It has been reported to exhibit remarkable biological and medicinal activities including anticancer and anti-infl...

    Authors: Jia Jia, Xigang Kang, Yanfang Liu and Jianwei Zhang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:67

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  24. The objectives of this study were to compare physicochemical, rheological and sensory characteristics of Camembert cheeses salted with 4 types of salts (refined salt, baked refined salt, sun-dried salt, and Hi...

    Authors: Hyung Churl Bae, Joong Hyeon Nam, Gereltuya Renchinkhand, Suk-Ho Choi and Myoung Soo Nam

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:66

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  25. Soybean has been recognized as a useful platform for heterologous protein production. This study compared the pollen characteristics of transgenic and non-transgenic soybean and investigated the rate of gene f...

    Authors: Do Young Kim, Min Sik Eom, Hye Jin Kim, Eun Mi Ko, In-Soon Pack, Jung-Ho Park, Kee Woong Park, Kyong-Hee Nam, Sung Duk Oh, Jae Kwang Kim, Ju Seok Seo and Chang-Gi Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:65

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  26. The scientific and systematic classification of cultivation age is important for preventing age falsification and ensuring the quality of ginseng. Therefore, we applied deep learning to classify the cultivatio...

    Authors: Wonho Lee, Dahye Yoon, Seohee Ma, Dae Young Lee, Jae Won Lee, Ick-Hyun Jo, Taekwang Kim and Suhkmann Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:64

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  27. Neutrophil elastases are deposited in azurophilic granules interspace of neutrophils and tightly associated with inflammatory ailments. The root barks of Artocarpus elasticus had a strong inhibitory potential aga...

    Authors: Yeong Jun Ban, Aizhamal Baiseitova, Mohd Azlan Nafiah, Jeong Yoon Kim and Ki Hun Park

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:63

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  28. The objective of this study was to determine methane yields (MY) of organic wastes in biogasification facilities according to the mixing ratio of food waste/food waste leachate and sewage sludge. One biogasifi...

    Authors: Ji Su Bae, Yeo Myung Yoon, Seon Kyoung Shin, Dong Jin Lee and Dong Cheol Seo

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:62

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  29. Lotus leaves (Nelumbo nucifera) are widely used in medicines and foods. The investigate systematically studied the anti-obesity effect of lotus leaf extracts. It could reduce body weight, alleviate liver damage, ...

    Authors: Ya Wu, Fang Tan, Tianyu Zhang, Binglin Xie, Lixian Ran and Xin Zhao

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:61

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  30. The leaves of Stauntonia hexaphylla (SHL) are a very popular herbal medicine in Korea because it can be used to treat rheumatic osteoporosis and other diseases. However, owing to the inconsistency in harvesting t...

    Authors: Dan Gao, Le Ba Vinh, Chong Woon Cho, Kyoung Won Cho, Young Ho Kim and Jong Seong Kang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:60

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  31. Considering that sex differences in glucose metabolism are observed in mice, researchers unconsciously use male mice to reduce variations by an estrogen cycle in female mice. In this study, we investigated the...

    Authors: Boyoung Kim, Yoo Yeon Kim, Phuong Thi-Thanh Nguyen, Hajin Nam and Jun Gyo Suh

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:59

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  32. The aim of this study is to assess the cytoprotection and potential molecular mechanisms of procyanidin B2 (PCB2) on hydrogen peroxide (H2O2)-induced oxidative damage in MCF-7 cells. The 3-(4,5-dimethylthiazol-2-...

    Authors: Jia-qi Tan, Peng-cheng Li, Qian Li, Jin-tian Tang and Hong-kun Xue

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:58

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  33. Ginger (Zingiber Officinale Roscoe) has been known reduce muscle pain after exercise, and 6-shogaol {(E)-1-(4-Hydroxy-3-methoxyphenyl)dec-4-en-3-one)} is the major essential oil contained in ginger. In this study...

    Authors: Jinyoung Hur, Yeonmi Lee, Chang Jun Lee, Ho-Young Park and Sang Yoon Choi

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:57

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  34. High purity polyunsaturated fatty acids (> 95%) are essential for the synthesis of specialized pro-resolving lipid mediators (SPMs), such as protectins, resolvins, and maresins, which are used for clinical app...

    Authors: Chi-Eun Oh, Gap-Jin Kim, Seung-Jin Park, Seunghoon Choi, Min-Joo Park, O-Mi Lee, Jeong-Woo Seo and Hong-Joo Son

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:56

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  35. Maize (Zea mays L.) is a major dietary source of human caloric intake. Grain filling, the developmental stage of the seed during which starch and proteins accumulate, is of great interest in plant biology and agr...

    Authors: Jung-Tae Kim, Gibum Yi, Mi-Jung Kim, Beom-Young Son, Hwan-Hee Bae, Young Sam Go, Sun-Lim Kim, Seong-Bum Baek, Seung-Hyun Kim and Ill-Min Chung

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:54

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  36. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of sequential presoaking and chlorine dioxide (ClO2) on the reduction of pathogenic Escherichia coli and Salmonella spp. in alfalfa. When unsoaked and presoaked alf...

    Authors: Nguyen Bao Hung, Woon-Ra Park, Bohyun Yun, Dong Cheol Seo, Won-Il Kim, Hyun-Ju Kim, Sanghyun Han and Se-Ri Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:53

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  37. Co-pyrolysis of animal manure biomass with bone meal (BM) and soaking of the resultant biochar in urea containing solutions may offer a sustainable and cheap way of formulating slow-release nitrogen (N) and ph...

    Authors: Deogratius Luyima, Jwakyung Sung, Jae-Han Lee, Seong-Ah Woo, Seong-Jin Park and Taek-Keun Oh

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:52

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  38. In order to improve the synergistic effect of unripe apple polyphenols (APP) and chitooligosaccharides (COS), apple polyphenols-chitooligosaccharides microcapsule (APCM) were prepared by spray-drying method. T...

    Authors: Hu-Zhe Zheng, Chun-Lan Cui, Woo-Sik Jeong and Shin-Kyo Chung

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:51

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  39. Tomatoes, watermelons, and processed tomato products contain abundant antioxidant compounds, including lycopene. In spite of the interest in the role of lycopene, little is known about the contribution of toma...

    Authors: Hyunjeong Park, Young-Jun Kim and Youngjae Shin

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:50

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  40. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of Lactobacillus plantarum HFY09 on gastric injury induced by HCl/ethanol in Kunming mice. The results showed that HFY09-H inhibited any increases in gastric ju...

    Authors: Fang Li, Hailan Sun, Guangjun Ran, Xinhong Liu, Ruokun Yi, Fang Tan, Xin Zhao and Huazhi Liu

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:49

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  41. Wheat yield is decreasing due to climate change, and a method to prevent decreasing yield during drought stress is desirable. In this study, wheat cultivars (Koso and Jokyung) were treated with 15% polyethylen...

    Authors: Sang Gyu Lee, Hyeri Lee, Byung Cheon Lee, Hojoung Lee, Jun Cheol Moon, Changhyun Choi and Namhyun Chung

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:48

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  42. Sodium nitrite is used as a preservative in food products to stabilize color and reduce rancidity. Its absorption into the body causes many diseases. Ellagic acid is a natural polyphenol that contains powerful...

    Authors: Amira Ragab EL Barky, Tarek Mostafa Mohamed and Ehab Mostafa Mohamed Ali

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:47

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  43. The brain is considered an immune-privileged organ. However, it has been found that inflammation mediated by microglia, which were once believed to support the brain structure, plays important roles in neurona...

    Authors: Min Ji Gu, Pyeongjae Lee, Sang Keun Ha and Jinyoung Hur

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:46

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  44. The efficacy of ethanol extract of Diospyros kaki (EEDK) on dry eye (DE) was determined using an experimental mouse model. Experimental groups included three treated with various amounts of EEDK and one treated w...

    Authors: Kyung-A Kim, Chung Hyun Lee, Tae Kyeom Kang, Sung Jae Yang, Chang Yong Lee, Wook-Bin Lee and Sang Hoon Jung

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:45

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  45. Biological methods for leaching of nonferrous and noble metals from its sulfide ores are widely applied at industrial enterprises of different countries. This process is based on the use of the oxidative activ...

    Authors: Venkatesa Prabhu Sundramurthy, Baskar Rajoo, Natesan Rajendran Srinivasan and Rajan Kavitha

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:44

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  46. Acrylamide (AA), which is mainly found in fried foods, causes neurotoxicity, genetic toxicity, carcinogenic effects, and DNA damage. This study confirms that a strain of lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus planta...

    Authors: Sijia Zhao, Xiaoduo Zhao, Qingbo Liu, Yujun Jiang, Yanhua Li, Wenxiao Feng, Honghua Xu and Meili Shao

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:43

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