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ERRATUM: Author's Affiliation Correction. Heritabilities of Facial Measurements and Their Latent Factors in Korean Families

Kim HJ, Im SW, Jargal G, Lee S, Yi JH, Park JY, Sung J, Cho SI, Kim JY, Kim JI, Seo JS

This erratum is being published to correct the author's affiliation.
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Protein Backbone Torsion Angle-Based Structure Comparison and Secondary Structure Database Web Server

Jung S, Bae SE, Ahn I, Son HS

Structural information has been a major concern for biological and pharmaceutical studies for its intimate relationship to the function of a protein. Three-dimensional representation of the positions of protein atoms...
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Genome-Wide Association Study of Liver Enzymes in Korean Children

Park TJ, Hwang JY, Go MJ, Lee HJ, Jang HB, Choi Y, Kang JH, Park KH, Choi MG, Song J, Kim BJ, Lee JY

Liver enzyme elevations, as an indicator of liver function, are widely associated with metabolic diseases. Genome-wide population-based association studies have identified a genetic susceptibility to liver enzyme elevations and their...
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Structure and Expression Analyses of SVA Elements in Relation to Functional Genes

Kwon YJ, Choi Y, Eo J, Noh YN, Gim JA, Jung YD, Lee JR, Kim HS

SINE-VNTR-Alu (SVA) elements are present in hominoid primates and are divided into 6 subfamilies (SVA-A to SVA-F) and active in the human population. Using a bioinformatic tool, 22 SVA element-associated...
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Gene Set Analyses of Genome-Wide Association Studies on 49 Quantitative Traits Measured in a Single Genetic Epidemiology Dataset

Kim J, Kwon JS, Kim S

Gene set analysis is a powerful tool for interpreting a genome-wide association study result and is gaining popularity these days. Comparison of the gene sets obtained for a variety of...
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Genome-Wide Association Study of Orthostatic Hypotension and Supine-Standing Blood Pressure Changes in Two Korean Populations

Hong KW, Kim SS, Kim Y

Orthostatic hypotension (OH) is defined by a 20-mm Hg difference of systolic blood pressure (dtSBP) and/or a 10-mm Hg difference of diastolic blood pressure (dtDBP) between supine and standing, and...
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Comparative Viral Metagenomics of Environmental Samples from Korea

Kim MS, Whon TW, Bae JW

The introduction of metagenomics into the field of virology has facilitated the exploration of viral communities in various natural habitats. Understanding the viral ecology of a variety of sample types...
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Bioprospecting Potential of the Soil Metagenome: Novel Enzymes and Bioactivities

Lee MH, Lee SW

The microbial diversity in soil ecosystems is higher than in any other microbial ecosystem. The majority of soil microorganisms has not been characterized, because the dominant members have not been...
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Analytical Tools and Databases for Metagenomics in the Next-Generation Sequencing Era

Kim M, Lee KH, Yoon SW, Kim BS, Chun J, Yi H

Metagenomics has become one of the indispensable tools in microbial ecology for the last few decades, and a new revolution in metagenomic studies is now about to begin, with the...
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Editor's Introduction to This Issue

Kim S

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