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    Jae Ho ChoPh.D. student 논문및저서

    • 전공Biology
    • 최종학력Kyungpook National University (B.S.)
    • 주요연구분야Characterization of mitochondrial roles in neuronal system
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    Byungsu KoPh.D. student 논문및저서

    • 최종학력DGIST (B.S.)
    • 주요연구분야Epigenetic influence on neurodegenerative diseases
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    Eun Seon KimPh.D. student 논문및저서

    • 최종학력DGIST (M.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Increased accumulation of Staufen in nucleus contributes to C9ALS/FTD pathology
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    Davin LeePh.D. student 연구실적 논문및저서

    • 전공Psychology
    • 최종학력Rutgers University (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Modulation of toxicity from aggregated proteins in neurodegenerative diseases
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    Min Gu JoPh.D. student 논문및저서

    • 전공Bioengineering
    • 최종학력Hanyang university (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Mechanisms of protein toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases
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    Seung Yeon KimPh.D. student 논문및저서

    • 전공Biology education
    • 최종학력Jeonnam national university (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Mechanisms of protein toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases
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    Na Yoon LeeM.S. student 논문및저서

    • 전공Biotechnology
    • 최종학력Kyungpook national university (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Mechanisms of protein toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases
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    Yuri JiM.S. student

    • 전공Biological Sciences
    • 최종학력Dankook university (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Mechanisms of protein toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases
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    Min Jae JeonM.S. student

    • 최종학력DGIST (B.S.)
    • 주요경력 및 업적Mechanisms of protein toxicity in neurodegenerative diseases
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    HaeChan JeongM.S. student 논문및저서

    • 최종학력DGIST (B.S.)
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    DrosophilaResearch subject

    • 담당업무Drosophila is a genus of small flies, belonging to the family Drosophilidae, whose members are often called "fruit flies" or (less frequently) pomace flies, vinegar flies, or wine flies, a reference to the characteristic of many species to linger around overripe or rotting fruit. They should not be confused with the Tephritidae, a related family, which are also called fruit flies (sometimes referred to as "true fruit flies").