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  1. Veterinary antibiotics (VAs) administered to livestock are introduced into the soil through livestock manure and compost. These antibiotics can run off to surface water or leach into groundwater during rainfal...

    Authors: Jin-Wook Kim, Young-Kyu Hong, Song-Hee Ryu, Oh-Kyung Kwon, Yong-Bok Lee and Sung Chul Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:20
  2. The high prevalence of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection threatens the effectiveness of current clinical settings. Antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (APDT) is a promising alternative t...

    Authors: Ngoc Minh Ha, Hoseong Hwang, Seemi Tasnim Alam, Uyen Tran Tu Nguyen, Soon Kwang Lee, Jin-Soo Park, Jin-Chul Kim, Hak Cheol Kwon, Jaeyoung Kwon and Kyungsu Kang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:19
  3. Recently, new types of base editors, C-to-G base editors (CGBEs), that enable cytosine transversions that are unachievable with cytosine base editors (CBEs) and adenosine base editors (ABEs), have been develop...

    Authors: Jimin Lee, Nuri Oh, Jae-Young Yun, Hee Soon Choi, Jang-Kyun Seo, Jin-Ho Kang and Choonkyun Jung
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:18
  4. Rehmannia glutinosa (Gaertn.) DC., belonging to the family Scrophulariaceae, is an important medicinal herb cultivated in East Asia. Traditionally, R. glutinosa is steam processed to increase its efficacy in trea...

    Authors: Yuseong Chung, Endang Rahmat, Hyeon Hwa Nam, Ayeong Lee, Jun Hong Park, Byeong Cheol Moon and Youngmin Kang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:17
  5. Ginsenosides are the most valuable and pharmacologically active triterpenoid saponins found in Panax ginseng. Although light quality affects ginsenoside content, little is known about the underlying genetic and r...

    Authors: Padmanaban Mohanan, Tae-Jin Yang and Young Hun Song
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:16
  6. The worldwide persistence of infectious diseases is a significant public health issue. Consequently, studying immunomodulatory ingredients present in natural products, such as ginseng, is important for develop...

    Authors: Sung Jin Kim, Seung-Hoon Baek, Ki Sung Kang and Myoung-Sook Shin
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:15
  7. Circular RNAs (circRNAs) have been reported to be related to the initiation and progression of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by affecting the function of human bronchial epithelial cells (HBECs)...

    Authors: Jieqiong Wang, Zegeng Li, Lili Zheng, Jiabing Tong and Chuanbo Wang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:14
  8. CRISPR-Cas systems have been widely used in genome editing and transcriptional regulation. Recently, CRISPR-Cas effectors are adopted for biosensor construction due to its adjustable properties, such as simpli...

    Authors: Ulhas Sopanrao Kadam, Yuhan Cho, Tae Yoon Park and Jong Chan Hong
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:13
  9. Chelidonic acid (CA), a γ-pyrone compound, exerts various pharmacological functions, including anti-allergic and anti-colitis activities. However, the anti-atopic effect of CA and the mechanisms involved there...

    Authors: Su-Jin Kim, Dae-Seung Kim, Soo-Hyun Lee, Eun-Mi Ahn, Ji-Ye Kee and Seung-Heon Hong
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:12
  10. This review discusses the effects of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) and trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) on metabolic diseases, focusing on non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and cardiovascular disease, a...

    Authors: Vuong Vu, Young Mee Kim and Moonjae Cho
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:11
  11. Gastric cancer (GC) remains a prevailing threat to life. Baicalein exhibits anti-cancer properties. This study estimated the mechanism of baicalein in GC cell apoptosis by mediating endoplasmic reticulum stres...

    Authors: Junjie Shen, Zhiwen Yang, Xinlin Wu, Guodong Yao and Mingxing Hou
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:10
  12. Taxifolin, a bioactive flavonoid, has been attracting attention as a beneficial and valuable phytochemical due to its antioxidant, anticancer, and anti-inflammatory properties. Recently, an improvement effect ...

    Authors: Jung Eun Park, Hee Jun Kwon, Hwa Jin Lee and Hyung Seo Hwang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:8
  13. The ability of natural plants to treat chronic diseases is closely related to their antioxidant function. Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) fermentation is an effective way to improve the nutritional value, biologica...

    Authors: Xian-Tao Yan, Ziqi Zhang, Yubao Wang, Wenmiao Zhang, Longfei Zhang, Yang Liu, Dawei Chen, Wenqiong Wang, Wenlong Ma, Jian-Ya Qian and Ruixia Gu
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:7
  14. The decrease in estrogen due to menopause leads to impaired lipid metabolism and is closely related to the increase in metabolic syndrome due to weight gain. Hormone replacement therapy is effective for menopa...

    Authors: Dong Ho Jung, Hyun Yang, Joo Tae Hwang and Byoung-Seob Ko
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:6
  15. RNA interference (RNAi) is a gene regulatory mechanism that involves the interaction of small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) and RNA-induced silencing complex (RISC). Dicer cleaves exogenous double-stranded RNA (ds...

    Authors: Minsu Park, Yujin Kweon, Dowhan Lee and Chanseok Shin
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:5
  16. An optimal use of organic composts derived from animal and food wastes could provide an opportunity to achieve both sustainable crop production and soil quality, and a lot of research has provided the evidence...

    Authors: Jwakyung Sung, Woojin Kim, Taek-Keun Oh and Yoon-Sup So
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:4
  17. Blue light derived from multiple sources, including sunlight, generates reactive oxygen species (ROS) and negatively affects the skin in a manner similar to that of ultraviolet light. Cyanidin-3-O-glucoside (C3OG...

    Authors: Hyang-Yeol Lee and Jun-Sub Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:3
  18. Nepeta binaludensis Jamzad is an endemic and rare perennial plant belonging to the Lamiaceae family, which grows in a limited area in Binaloud Mountain in northeast of Iran. In this study to evaluate the diversit...

    Authors: Hosien Hashemi Moghaddam, Ali Ashraf Jafari, Fatemeh Sefidkon and Sepideh Kalate Jari
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:2
  19. This study aimed to determine the transfer factor (TF) of methidathion for cucumber harvesters in greenhouses using the dermal exposure rates (DERs) and dislodgeable foliar residues (DFRs) measured simultaneou...

    Authors: Hoon Choi
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2023 66:1
  20. In this study, D-galactose was used to establish a model of liver dysfunction caused by oxidative stress in mice, and the effect of dandelion on improving the exercise capacity of mice with liver dysfunction w...

    Authors: Yinglong Zhang, Bo Li and Guangliang Wu
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:89
  21. Earthworms (Oligochaeta) are globally distributed soil-dwelling invertebrates that alter soil properties through feeding, casting, and burrowing behaviors. Soil physicochemical modification, which may directly...

    Authors: Gaeun Kim, Heejae Jo, Hyung-Sub Kim, Minyoung Kwon and Yowhan Son
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:88
  22. Double-stranded RNA (dsRNA)-induced RNA interference is a promising agricultural technology for crop protection against various pathogens. Recent advances in this field have enhanced the overall efficiency wit...

    Authors: Yujin Kweon, Miao Fang, Sang-Yoon Shin, Dowhan Lee, Kook-Hyung Kim and Chanseok Shin
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:87
  23. Epimerization can change the catechin content and composition of samples during extraction and analytical analyses. To control the effect of epimerization, we developed a novel and stable isotope dilution liqu...

    Authors: Tae Jin Kim, Ye Jin Kim, Woo Duck Seo, Sang Un Park and Jae Kwang Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:85
  24. Since its invention, polyethylene (PE) has brought many conveniences to human production and life. In recent years, however, environmental pollution and threats to human health caused by insufficient PE recycl...

    Authors: Zhuang Yao, Hyeon Jeong Seong and Yu-Sin Jang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:84
  25. A smart farm that automatically regulates environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity and nutrient supply will maximize crop production per unit area by using ICT-based technology. To control the en...

    Authors: Jin Hee Park, Gyung Min Park, Eun Jeong Kim and Yu Min Jeon
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:82
  26. Circular RNA pyridoxal kinase (circPDXK; hsa_circ_0061893) is newly identified to be aberrantly expressed in ovarian cancer (OVCA); however, its functional role in OVCA cells remains to be expounded.

    Authors: Lijuan Hou, Wenwen Wang, Jianjun Zhai and Huafang Zhao
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:81
  27. The precise regulatory role in protein synthesis by facilitating interactions with mRNA codons for various tRNA modifications is unclear. We previously reported that enhanced green fluorescent protein (GFP) re...

    Authors: Jung Min Kim, Han Yong Lee and Jinho Jung
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:80
  28. Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) act as transcriptional regulators in plants and animals. To date, they have been reported to regulate various biological processes, such as phosphate homeostasis, grain yield, and...

    Authors: Nuri Oh, Jun Sung Seo, Pil Joong Chung, Jimin Lee, Jang-Kyun Seo, Jin-Ho Kang, Hye Sun Cho and Choonkyun Jung
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:79
  29. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is characterized by diffused hepatocyte bullous fat in the liver, which is not caused by alcohol or drugs like amiodarone and tamoxifen. Presently, no drug is approved ...

    Authors: Yongqiang Ma, Weiye Xiu, Xin Wang and Qiuhui Yang
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:78
  30. We developed and validated an optimized method for quantifying lignans using ultra-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) and performs correlation analysis of growth characteristics and contents of lignans. ...

    Authors: Dong Hwan Lee, Youngki Park, Jun Hyuk Jang, Yonghwan Son, Ji Ah Kim, Sun-Young Lee and Hyun-Jun Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:77
  31. Hydnora johannis is a medicinal plant traditionally used to treat various ailments. Chemical investigation of the dichloromethane (DCM)/methanol (MeOH) (1:1) roots extract of Hydnora johannis afforded three comp...

    Authors: Teshome Degfie, Milkyas Endale, Tarekegn Tafese, Aman Dekebo and Kebede Shenkute
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:76
  32. This study was conducted to evaluate the phosphate sorption properties of eggshell (ES) and calcined ESs (C-ESs) in a high-concentration phosphate solution. The C-ESs yield decreased rapidly at 900 °C, indicat...

    Authors: Jong-Hwan Park, Ah-Young Choi, Su-Lim Lee, Jae-Hoon Lee, Jun-Suk Rho, Seong-Heon Kim and Dong-Cheol Seo
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:75
  33. A simultaneous analytical method has been developed for quantification and confirmation of the nematicide fluazaindolizine and its seven metabolites (IN-A5760, IN-F4106, IN-QEK31, IN-QZY47, IN-TMQ01, IN-UNS90 ...

    Authors: Su Jung Lee, Han Sol Lee, Sun Young Gu, Hye-Sun Shin, Sung Eun Kang, Sang Soon Yun, Yong-Hyun Jung and Hye-Jung Youn
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:74
  34. Melosira nummuloides is a type of diatom in the family Melosiraceae. Diatoms are unicellular microalgae widely distributed in aquatic environments. Diatoms are known to be suitable for many industrial and biomedi...

    Authors: Jae Ho Choi, Gyung Min Go and Tatsuya Unno
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:73
  35. Type I diabetes mellitus is an autoimmune disease characterized by the destruction of β-cells, leading to severe insulin deficiency. Environmental factors and genetic predisposition are implicated in β-cell de...

    Authors: Ie Byung Park, Min Hee Kim, Jung-Soon Han and Woo-Jae Park
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:72
  36. Melanoma is a deadly skin cancer with high mortality, and its incidence is increasing every year. Although numerous anticancer drugs have been developed, these treatments have various side effects, such as ski...

    Authors: Huiji Kim, Minjoo Han, Seong-Ah Shin, Jangeun An, Mi-Jeong Ahn, Jun Hyuck Lee, Hyun Ho Park and Chang Sup Lee
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:71
  37. The most frequent type of primary liver cancer is hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), accounting for approximately 90% of primary liver cancers and a third leading cause of cancer deaths. In the current study, the...

    Authors: Farid M. Sroor, Wahid M. Basyouni, Hanan F. Aly, Eman A. Younis, Karima F. Mahrous and Ahmed A. Haroun
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:68
  38. The present study was planned to investigate the possible therapeutic effects of silver/hydroxyapatite nanocomposite (nAg/HAp) on neurotoxicity induced by cadmium chloride (CdCl2) in albino rats. The nanocomposit...

    Authors: Emad Mohamed El-Sherbiny, Eman Ismail Abdel-Gawad and Hala Fawzy Osman
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:70
  39. Phytosterols are important structural components of plant cells that affect membrane fluidity, permeability, and membrane-related metabolic regulation. These compounds, which are abundant in vegetable oils and...

    Authors: Hwan-Hee Bae, Jun Young Ha, Young Sam Go, Jae-Han Son, Beom-Young Son, Jae-Hong Kim, Seonghyu Shin, Tae-Wook Jung and Gibum Yi
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:69
  40. Circ-NT5C2 has been confirmed to be highly expressed and associated to the progression of osteosarcoma (OS). However, the behind mechanism of circ-NT5C2 involvement in OS remains unclear.

    Authors: Xiaoqi Yang, Shuhua Wang, Xianjun Zhang, Xiangbin Gao and Pengfei Xu
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:67
  41. Herbicides play a crucial role in maintaining crop productivity by reducing competition between weeds and crops. Protoporphyrinogen oxidase (PPO)-inhibiting herbicides trigger the photooxidative damage that de...

    Authors: Joon-Yung Cha, Gyeong-Im Shin, Gyeongik Ahn, Song Yi Jeong, Myung Geun Ji, Aliya Alimzhan, Min Gab Kim and Woe-Yeon Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:66
  42. Alkyl-4-quinolones (AQs) are natural compounds synthesized by bacteria. Members of this group are known quorum-sensing molecules. Other biological functions, such as anti-bacterial, anti-algal, antifungal, and...

    Authors: Yeo-Jin Park, Gyu‑Sik Choi, Shin-Won Lee and Joong-Hoon Ahn
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:65
  43. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is a prevalent malignant tumor with poor prognosis. Circular RNAs (circRNAs) are key regulators in the progression of CRC. Our study aimed to disclose the role of circ_0000554 in CRC.

    Authors: Jinlong Luo, Hua Yang, Xuefeng Peng, Faqiang Zhang, Shilong Shu, Ke Lan, Shengjin Tu, Kai Lu and Xiaoying Cha
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:64
  44. Patients with triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) lack the estrogen receptor, progesterone receptor, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2; thus, conventional hormone and targeted therapies have minima...

    Authors: Ying-Hao Han, Xu-Dong Lian, Seung-Jae Lee, Wei-Long Li, Hu-Nan Sun, Mei-Hua Jin and Taeho Kwon
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:63
  45. Due to the harmful effects of synthetic chemical acaricides on ecosystems and human health, there is increasing interest in the use of nanotechnology to fabricate eco-friendly nanoemulsions based on plant oils...

    Authors: Tamer Ismail, Attia Keratum and Lamia El-Hetawy
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:61
  46. Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) are persistent organic pollutants (POPs) that are prohibited from being produced and used. However, they remain in the agricultural environ...

    Authors: Geun-Hyoung Choi, Deuk-Yeong Lee, A-Reum Song, Bo-Yeon Moon and Jin-Hyo Kim
    Citation: Applied Biological Chemistry 2022 65:60

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