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  1. Myrrh, a resin derived from the damaged bark of Commiphora genus, has traditionally been used for treatment of various human diseases, such as amenorrhea, ache, tumors, fever, and stomach pains. In spite of this ...

    Authors: Worku Dinku, Johan Isaksson, Fredrik Garnås Rylandsholm, Petr Bouř, Eva Brichtová, Sang Un Choi, Sang-Ho Lee, Young-Sik Jung, Zae Sung No, John Sigurd Mjøen Svendsen, Arne Jørgen Aasen and Aman Dekebo

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:16

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  2. The phenylurea herbicides are used to control annual and perennial weeds on crop cultivating fields. The excessive usage of these agrochemicals increase many environmental problems. Thus, engineering transgeni...

    Authors: Jinhoon Jang, Sanjida Khanom, Youngkook Moon, Sooim Shin and Ok Ran Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:14

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  3. Aegilops tauschii (Ae. tauschii) is a diploid (2n = 2x = 14) wild grass species, which has been reported as the progenitor of hexaploid wheat (Triticum aestivum) with D-genome. In this study, 68 Ae. tauschii acce...

    Authors: Aro Lee, Cao Son Trinh, Won Je Lee, Minseo Kim, Hyeri Lee, Duleepa Pathiraja, In-Geol Choi, Namhyun Chung, Changhyun Choi, Byung Cheon Lee and Hojoung Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:13

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  4. The adsorption of phenanthrene onto activated carbons produced from Vitisvinifera leaf litter (a waste plant biomass) was investigated in this study. Zinc chloride (ZnCl2) and phosphoric acid (H3PO4) were utilise...

    Authors: Adetunji Ajibola Awe, Beatrice Olutoyin Opeolu, Olalekan Siyanbola Fatoki, Olushola Sunday Ayanda, Vanessa Angela Jackson and Reinette Snyman

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:12

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  5. Endosulfan sulfate is a major oxidized metabolite of endosulfan, which is a broad-spectrum chlorinated cyclodiene insecticide. In this study, GC–MS-based metabolic profiles of dead or live carp (Cyprinus carpio) ...

    Authors: Hwa-Kyung Lee, Junghak Lee, Jonghwa Lee, Hyeri Lee and Jeong-Han Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:11

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  6. The chemical or metabolic compositions of tea (Camellia sinensis) varies according to numerous factors, such as geographical origin, cultivar, climate, plucking position, and horticultural practices. However, how...

    Authors: N. H. M. Rubel Mozumder, Yeong-Ran Lee, Kyeong Hwan Hwang, Min-Seuk Lee, Eun-Hee Kim and Young-Shick Hong

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:10

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  7. Viscum album subsp. Coloratum, also known as Korean mistletoe, is a traditional herb that has more recently been used for the treatment of nervine, hypertensive and cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, this study ...

    Authors: Sokho Kim, Seo-Hyun Ahn, Jong-Heum Park, Chan Hum Park, Yu Su Sin, Gee-Wook Shin and Jungkee Kwon

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:9

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  8. Eutrophication of natural water is a universal problem. Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) from agricultural runoff are the main sources of nutrient input, provided that emissions from industrial point sources (I...

    Authors: Yinfeng Xia, Ming Zhang, Daniel C. W. Tsang, Nan Geng, Debao Lu, Lifang Zhu, Avanthi Deshani Igalavithana, Pavani Dulanja Dissanayake, Jörg Rinklebe, Xiao Yang and Yong Sik Ok

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:8

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  9. The leading causes of oral cancer treatment failure are cancer metastasis and chemotherapeutic resistance. Thus, developing novel anticancer agents that are effective against those aggressive cancer cells woul...

    Authors: Tanyarath Utaipan, Piyawan Boonyanuphong, Thipphawan Chuprajob, Apichart Suksamrarn and Warangkana Chunglok

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:7

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  10. Transglutaminases (TGases) are enzymes that catalyze transfer of acyl group and covalent crosslinks formation between peptide-bound glutaminyl residues and amino groups. TGases have many industrial application...

    Authors: Seyyed Mohammad Hossein Razavian, Ali Kashfi and Zohreh Khoshraftar

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:6

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  11. Although several explications of anti-inflammatory therapeutic substances for treating inflammatory-related diseases have been broadly discussed within the last few decades, peptide-based compounds display the...

    Authors: Wisarut Payoungkiattikun, Anupong Joompang, Suyanee Thongchot, Boonpob Nowichai, Nisachon Jangpromma and Sompong Klaynongsruang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:5

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  12. Epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT) is a complex biological event, wherein polarized epithelial cells lose their integrity resulting in a mesenchymal phenotype with enhanced motility, a phenomenon known...

    Authors: Karthika Muthuramalingam, Moonjae Cho and Youngmee Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:4

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  13. Co-composting of organic wastes is globally recognized to be effective method to dispose two or more wastes at once and minimize drawbacks of composting such as gases emissions and nutrient reduction. In this ...

    Authors: Hyun Young Hwang, Seong Heon Kim, Myung Sook Kim, Seong Jin Park and Chang Hoon Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:3

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  14. Antibiotics have been identified as a new type of environmental contaminant because of their increased use in farm animal production systems. Those drugs that animals are not absorbed mostly are excreted in th...

    Authors: Mi Sun Cheong, Young-Eun Yoon, Jin Wook Kim, Young Kyu Hong, Sung Chul Kim and Yong Bok Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2020 63:1

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  15. Fructans are polymers of fructose that are present as storage carbohydrates in various plants. Jerusalem artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) contains a high amount of inulin. Two enzymes are involved in inulin bi...

    Authors: Ki-Beom Moon, Hyunjun Ko, Ji-Sun Park, Jung-Hoon Sohn, Hye-Sun Cho, Youn-il Park, Hyun-Soon Kim and Jae-Heung Jeon

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:74

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  16. The toxic effect of dioxins and dioxin-like compounds have largely been studied using in vivo techniques; however, in vivo studies can be limited when rapid screening is required. Microtox® can be used as a rapid...

    Authors: Sung Jong Lee, Hong Joo Ha and Eun Hea Jho

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:73

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  17. Organic farming has positive effects on soil microbial population, process, and activity. To examine effects of two different management methods (organic farming vs. conventional farming) on the cultivation of...

    Authors: Hyeon Ji Cho, Young Han Lee, Si-Lim Choi, Dong Cheol Seo, Sung Ran Min and Jae-Young Heo

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:71

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  18. Straw incorporation is strongly recommended in rice paddy to improve soil quality and mitigate atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2), via increasing soil organic carbon (SOC) stock. However, straw application signific...

    Authors: Hyeon Ji Song, Jin Ho Lee, Hyun-Cheol Jeong, Eun-Jung Choi, Taek-Keun Oh, Chang-Oh Hong and Pil Joo Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:70

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  19. Biosorption is an effective way of extracting heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions of various compositions. The brown algae, Cystoseria indica, when treated with sodium chloride, demonstrates significant capac...

    Authors: Mohammad Khajavian, David A. Wood, Ahmad Hallajsani and Nasrollah Majidian

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:69

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  20. TARGET OF RAPAMYCIN (TOR), a member of the phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase-related family of protein kinases, is encoded by a single, large gene and is evolutionarily conserved in all eukaryotes. TOR plays a rol...

    Authors: Gyeong-Im Shin, Sun Young Moon, Song Yi Jeong, Myung Geun Ji, Joon-Yung Cha and Woe-Yeon Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:68

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  21. Oxidative stress causes neuronal cell death in various neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, ischemia, and Parkinson’s disease. Therefore, reducing intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS...

    Authors: Jee-Yun Park, Khulan Amarsanaa, Yanji Cui, Ji-Hyung Lee, Jinji Wu, Yoon-Sil Yang, Su-Yong Eun and Sung-Cherl Jung

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:67

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  22. Phosphate (Pho) regulon plays a critical role in bacterial phosphate homeostasis. It is regulated by two-component system (TCS) that comprises a sensor histidine kinase and transcriptional response regulator (...

    Authors: Yoon Chae Jeong and Ki Seog Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:66

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  23. In this study, we investigated the occurrence of aflatoxins (AFs) and ochratoxin A (OTA) in meju and soybean paste produced in South Korea. Samples were collected from three regions divided on the basis of climat...

    Authors: Seong Eun Jeong, Soo Hyun Chung and Sung-Yong Hong

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:65

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  24. Heavy metals including Lead (Pb), Cadmium (Cd), Arsenic (As) and Aluminium (Al) were analysed in oilseeds, noodles, tea leaves and their processed or cooked products to study the effects of food processing met...

    Authors: Joon-Goo Lee, Jeong-Yun Hwang, Hye-Eun Lee, Tae-Hun Kim, Jang-Duck Choi and Gil-Jin Gang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:64

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  25. Piperaceae plants consist of about 3600 species, of which about 2000 are Piper plants. Their habitat is distributed across pantropical regions. The representative plant is Piper nigrum, known as black pepper. The...

    Authors: Hwang-Ju Jeon, Kyeongnam Kim, Yong-Deuk Kim and Sung-Eun Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:63

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  26. Fluorine-containing compounds are widely used because they have properties required in textiles and coatings for electronic, automotive, and outdoor products. However, fluorinated compounds do not easily break...

    Authors: Hyeon Jeong Seong, Seong Woo Kwon, Dong-Cheol Seo, Jin-Hyo Kim and Yu-Sin Jang

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:62

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  27. In this study, the antimelanogenic activity of piperlongumine in murine B16F10 melanoma cells and zebrafish was investigated, and its mode of antimelanogenic action was elucidated using quantitative reverse tr...

    Authors: Hwang-Ju Jeon, Kyeongnam Kim, Yong-Deuk Kim and Sung-Eun Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:61

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  28. Cancer is known to be a fierce disease that causes a large percentage of the deaths worldwide. The common cancer treatments; chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery are known for their severe side effects; ther...

    Authors: Doaa A. Badr, Mohamed E. Amer, Wagih M. Abd-Elhay, Mohamed S. M. Nasr, Tamer M. M. Abuamara, Harbi Ali, Aly F. Mohamed, Maha A. Youssef, Nasser S. Awwad, Yi-Hsu Ju and Ahmed E. Fazary

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:59

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  29. To investigate the effects of extraction solvents and drying methods on Plectranthus hadiensis var. tomentosus quality, eight compounds were isolated and the content of active compounds with their antioxidant act...

    Authors: Hyeon-Seon Ji, Hua Li, Eun-Jin Mo, Un-Hee Kim, Young-Ho Kim, Ho-Yong Park and Tae-Sook Jeong

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:58

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  30. X-ray crystallography is an important method used to confirm the three-dimensional structure of a chemical compound. In this study, the crystal structure of endosulfan sulfate was investigated. Endosulfan sulf...

    Authors: Hwa-Kyung Lee, Jonghwa Lee, Junghak Lee, Joon-Kwan Moon and Jeong-Han Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:57

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  31. Flowering at the right time is essential for maximum reproductive fitness. In Arabidopsis thaliana, the CONSTANS (CO) protein facilitates the transition from the vegetative phase to the reproductive phase under l...

    Authors: Soon Ae Sim, Su Gyeong Woo, Dae Yeon Hwang, Jin-Hong Kim, Seung Sik Lee, Chae Oh Lim, Jong Chan Hong and Young Hun Song

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:56

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  32. Melanoma is the leading cause of skin cancer deaths, and the poor prognosis of metastatic melanoma has made needs for a novel pharmacological treatment or efficient intervention. Carnosol, a major polyphenolic...

    Authors: Seung Mi Choi, Do-Hee Kim, Kyung-Soo Chun and Joon-Seok Choi

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:55

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  33. Gene flow from transgenic crops to conventional cultivars or wild relatives is a major environmental and economic concern in many countries. South Korea is one of the major importer of transgenic crops for foo...

    Authors: Hye Jin Kim, Do Young Kim, Ye Seul Moon, In Soon Pack, Kee Woong Park, Young Soo Chung, Young Joong Kim, Kyong-Hee Nam and Chang-Gi Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:54

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  34. Heavy metal pollution in soil has been concerned because of toxicity in ecosystem and adverse effect on human health. Main objective of this study was to examine reduction of bioavailable heavy metals and cons...

    Authors: Dong-Hyun Yoon, Won Seok Choi, Young Kyu Hong, Young Bok Lee and Sung Chul Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:53

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  35. Multiplex polymerase chain reaction (PCR) methods have been developed and validated for screening, tracing, and regulating genetically modified (GM) crops in quarantine and environmental monitoring. In this st...

    Authors: Soon-Jae Eum, Il Ryong Kim, Hye Song Lim, Jung Ro Lee and Wonkyun Choi

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:52

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  36. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are carcinogenic and genotoxic chemicals naturally derived from food during heat processing. Edible oil is one of the most frequently contaminated foods. Many researches...

    Authors: Joon-Goo Lee, Jung-Hyuck Suh and Hae-Jung Yoon

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:51

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  37. Two spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae, is a polyphagous pest to a variety of plants and they are hard to be controlled due to occurrence of resistance to acaricides. In this study, biochemical evaluation a...

    Authors: Kyeongnam Kim, Yong Ho Lee, Gayoung Kim, Byung-Ho Lee, Jeong-Oh Yang and Sung-Eun Lee

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:50

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  38. In bone tissue engineering, the fabrication and biocompatibility of scaffold are crucial. Among many scaffold materials, nanohydroxyapatite (nHAP) and collagen (COL) are chosen as building materials of scaffol...

    Authors: Yuqian Hu, Linlin Zheng, Jinhui Zhang, Lijuan Lin, Yue Shen, Xiaoyan Zhang and Buling Wu

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:49

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  39. Red peppers are a remarkable source of nutrients in the human diet. However, comprehensive studies have not reported on the effects of genotype, cultivation region, and year on pepper fruit characteristics. To...

    Authors: Eun-Ha Kim, So-Young Lee, Da-Young Baek, Soo-Yun Park, Sang-Gu Lee, Tae-Hoon Ryu, Seong-Kon Lee, Hyeon-Jung Kang, Oh-Hun Kwon, Mira Kil and Seon-Woo Oh

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:48

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  40. In Platycodi Radix (root of Platycodon grandiflorum), there are a number of platycosides that consist of a pentacyclic triterpenoid aglycone and two sugar moieties. Due to the pharmacological activities of platyc...

    Authors: Dae Young Lee, Bo-Ram Choi, Jae Won Lee, Yurry Um, Dahye Yoon, Hyoung-Geun Kim, Young-Seob Lee, Geum-Soog Kim, Youn-Hyung Lee and Nam-In Baek

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:47

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  41. In a pilot study, we observed cadmium (Cd) immobilization with citric acid (CA) and suggested that mandarin by-products (MB), which contain CA at ca. 1.65%, can be used as soil amendments that reduce Cd bioava...

    Authors: Hyun Ho Lee, Do Young Heo, Hae Ri Han, Ye Lim Park, Chuanpit Ruangcharus, Sung Un Kim, Dong Cheol Seo, Taek-Keun Oh and Chang Oh Hong

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:45

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  42. Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are widely used in industries, and have become common environmental pollutants. Consumption of aquatic foods and its processed products can result in the accumulation and mainte...

    Authors: Li Luo, Min-Joo Kim, Jihyun Park, Hee-Deuk Yang, Younglim Kho, Myung-Sub Chung and BoKyung Moon

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:44

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  43. The organic extract of cultured Aspergillus terreus displayed scavenging activity against ABTS•+ and DPPH free radicals, and protective activity against glutamate-induced excitotoxicity in N18-RE-105 neuroblastom...

    Authors: Hahk-Soo Kang and Jong-Pyung Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:43

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  44. Abiotic stress induce the production of 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylate (ACC), the precursor of ethylene by activating the enzyme ACC synthase. There are twelve ACC synthase genes reported in the genome of Arab...

    Authors: Hee-Dong Eun, Sajid Ali, Hyeonjung Jung, Kihwan Kim and Won-Chan Kim

    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2019 62:42

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