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Epidemiological and Genome-Wide Association Study of Gastritis or Gastric Ulcer in Korean Populations

Oh S, Oh S

Gastritis is a major disease that has the potential to grow as gastric cancer. Gastric cancer is a very common cancer, and it is related to a very high mortality...
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Genome-Wide Association Study of Medication Adherence in Chronic Diseases in the Korean Population

Seo I, Suh SI, Suh MH, Baek WK

Medication adherence is generally defined as the extent of voluntary cooperation of a patient in taking medicine as prescribed. Adherence to long-term treatment with chronic disease is essential for reducing...
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A Follow-up Association Study of Genetic Variants for Bone Mineral Density in a Korean Population

Ham S, Roh TY

Bone mineral density (BMD) is one of the quantitative traits that are genetically inherited and affected by various factors. Over the past years, genome-wide association studies (GWASs) have searched for...
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Regulation and Function of the Peg3 Imprinted Domain

He H, Kim J

A subset of mammalian genes differ functionally between two alleles due to genomic imprinting, and seven such genes (Peg3, Usp29, APeg3, Zfp264, Zim1, Zim2, Zim3) are localized within the 500-kb...
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The Impact of Transposable Elements in Genome Evolution and Genetic Instability and Their Implications in Various Diseases

Ayarpadikannan S, Kim HS

Approximately 45% of the human genome is comprised of transposable elements (TEs). Results from the Human Genome Project have emphasized the biological importance of TEs. Many studies have revealed that...
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Transposable Elements and Genome Size Variations in Plants

Lee SI, Kim NS

Although the number of protein-coding genes is not highly variable between plant taxa, the DNA content in their genomes is highly variable, by as much as 2,056-fold from a 1C...
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Foldback Intercoil DNA and the Mechanism of DNA Transposition

Kim BD

Foldback intercoil (FBI) DNA is formed by the folding back at one point of a non-helical parallel track of double-stranded DNA at as sharp as 180degrees and the intertwining of...
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Editor's Introduction to This Issue

Chung YJ

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