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Non-negligible Occurrence of Errors in Gender Description in Public Data Sets

Kim JH, Park JL, Kim SY

Due to advances in omics technologies, numerous genome-wide studies on human samples have been published, and most of the omics data with the associated clinical information are available in public...
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Compiling Multicopy Single-Stranded DNA Sequences from Bacterial Genome Sequences

Yoo W, Lim D, Kim S

A retron is a bacterial retroelement that encodes an RNA gene and a reverse transcriptase (RT). The former, once transcribed, works as a template primer for reverse transcription by the...
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The OAuth 2.0 Web Authorization Protocol for the Internet Addiction Bioinformatics (IABio) Database

Choi J, Kim J, Lee DK, Jang KS, Kim DJ, Choi IY

Internet addiction (IA) has become a widespread and problematic phenomenon as smart devices pervade society. Moreover, internet gaming disorder leads to increases in social expenditures for both individuals and nations...
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Neuropeptidomics: Mass Spectrometry-Based Identification and Quantitation of Neuropeptides

Lee JE

Neuropeptides produced from prohormones by selective action of endopeptidases are vital signaling molecules, playing a critical role in a variety of physiological processes, such as addiction, depression, pain, and circadian...
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Network-Based Protein Biomarker Discovery Platforms

Kim M, Hwang D

The advances in mass spectrometry-based proteomics technologies have enabled the generation of global proteome data from tissue or body fluid samples collected from a broad spectrum of human diseases. Comparative...
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Editor's Introduction to This Issue

Chung YJ

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