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Tweety Homologs (TTYH) Freshly Join the Journey of Molecular Identification of the VRAC/VSOR Channel Pore

Okada Y

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Surface characterization of calcium phosphate coating formed on chitosan and alkali-treaDted titanium metal

Park KH, Lee WY, Song HJ, Park YJ

The calcium phosphate coating on various pretreated metals was prepared by soaking in modified simulated body fluid (m-SBF) solution. The coating structure and its surface morphologies were determined by x-ray...
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The Anion Gap is a Predictive Clinical Marker for Death in Patients with Acute Pesticide Intoxication

Lee SH, Park S, Lee JW, Hwang IW, Moon HJ, Kim KH, Park SY, Gil HW, Hong SY

Pesticide formulation includes solvents (methanol and xylene) and antifreeze (ethylene glycol) whose metabolites are anions such as formic acid, hippuric acid, and oxalate. However, the effect of the anion gap...
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Identification of P-Glycoprotein and Transport Mechanism of Paclitaxel in Syncytiotrophoblast Cells

Lee NY, Lee HE, Kang YS

  • KMID: 2048333
  • Biomol Ther.
  • 2014 Jan;22(1):68-72.
When chemotherapy is administered during pregnancy, it is important to consider the fetus chemotherapy exposure, because it may lead to fetal consequences. Paclitaxel has become widely used in the metastatic...
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Superoxide Anion Production by Human Neutrophils Activated by Trichomonas vaginalis

Song HO, Ryu JS

Neutrophils are the predominant inflammatory cells found in vaginal discharges of patients infected with Trichomonas vaginalis. In this study, we examined superoxide anion (O2(.-)) production by neutrophils activated by T....
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Acid-Base Disorders in ICU Patients

Oh YK

  • KMID: 2406196
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2010 Dec;8(2):66-71.
Metabolic acid-base disorders are comnom clinical problems in ICU patients. Arterial blood gas analysis and anion gap (AG) are important laboratory data in approaching acid-base interpretation. When measuring the AG,...
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Clinical Significance of Strong Ion Gap: between ICU and Hemodialysis Patients with Metabolic Acidosis

Lee YS

Metabolic acidosis is the most frequent acid-base disorder in critically ill patients and dialysis patients. This study is to compare the conventional approach with the physicochemical approach between the intensive...
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Clinical Usefulness of the Serum Anion Gap

Lee S, Kang KP, Kang SK

The anion gap in the serum is useful in the interpretation of acid-base disorders and in the diagnosis of other conditions. In the early 1980s, ion-selective electrodes for specific ionic...
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Initial Unmeasured Anions on Emergency Department in Critically ill Patients: Can they Predict the Morbidity?

Shin TY, Ha YR, Kim YI, Go CY, An SJ, Kim DU, Lee SS, Pak DH, Cho HY

  • KMID: 2331470
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2006 Oct;17(5):454-462.
PURPOSE: To determine whether initial corrected anion gap (C(o)AG), base excess caused by unmeasured anions (BEua), and strong ion gap (SIG) can predict the morbidity of critically ill patients admitted...
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Effect of Hyperglycemia on the Length of Postoperative Hospital Stay

Lee SY, Lee KM, Lee JG, Lim JA, Woo NS, Lee YC

BACKGROUND: Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrinopathy encountered in the perioperative period and has long been assumed to increase perioperative risk. However, when diabetes mellitus was segregated from...
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Influence of Unmeasured Anions Identified by Stewart Principle on the Length of Postoperative Hospital Stay

Lee KM, Seo SH, Lee SY, Lee JG, Kim TY, Rhee KY

  • KMID: 2228494
  • Korean J Crit Care Med.
  • 2005 Dec;20(2):152-158.
BACKGROUND: Calculation of the base excess (BE) and the anion gap (AG) is commonly used to identify the presence and to analyze the cause of metabolic acidosis in critically ill...
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Proper Use of Diuretics

Choi KH

Diuretics are among the most commonly used drugs. They primarily block active reabsorption of sodium at different sites in the nephron, thereby increasing urinary losses of NaCl and H2O. This...
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Vibrio vulnificus Cytolysin Forms Anion-selective Pores on the CPAE Cells, a Pulmonary Endothelial Cell Line

Choi BH, Park BH, Kwak YG

  • KMID: 1611429
  • Korean J Physiol Pharmacol.
  • 2004 Oct;8(5):259-264.
Cytolysin produced by Vibrio vulnificus has been incriminated as one of the important virulence determinants in V. vulnificus infection. Ion selectivity of cytolysin-induced pores was examined in a CPAE cell,...
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Calcium-dependent and -independent mechanisms of P2Y receptor regulated anion secretion in polarized epithelia

Wong HY, Ko WH

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Expression of volume-activated anion channels in exocrine acinar cells

Park K, Majid A

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CFTR, a rectifying, non-rectifying anion channel?

Quinton PM, Reddy MM

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Anion interactions with CFTR and consequences for HCO3- transport in secretory epithelia

Gray M, O'Reilly C, Winpenny J, Argent B

We have been studying CFTR channels in guinea pig pancreatic duct cells and rather surprisingly found that luminal HCO3- had a pronounced inhibitory effect on cAMP-activated CFTR chloride currents. The...
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A Clinical Study on Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria in Korea

Choi HJ, Lee SN

BACKGROUND: Paroxysmal nocturnal homoglobinuria is an uncommon acquired hemolyticanemia and characterized by increased sensitivity of erythrocytes to the lytic action of comptement system, developing intravascular hemolysis. PNH is complicated by...
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Comparison of Normal Gas Values in the CSF, Arterial and Venous Blood

Song SO, Jeon JK

The cerebrospinal fluid(CSF) contains only negligible concentrations of buffer anions other than HCO3- because there is no hemoglobin buffer syatem. CSF gas values have been reported and it has been...
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Dustfalls and Various Ion Concentrations in Their Filtrates in an Urban and in a Rural Districts

Hong YP

  • KMID: 2282213
  • Korean J Prev Med.
  • 1985 Oct;18(1):59-72.
During a period from February 1st to November 30th in 1983, measurements were made twice a month on dustfalls and concentrations of various cations and anions in their filtrates in...
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