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Youngjo Kim

Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Functional Genomics, Aging, Developmental Biology, Cell cycle regulation

  • Biography

       B.S. in Biology, Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea

       M.S. in Biology, Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea

       Ph.D. in Cell Biology, University of Georgia, USA

       Postdoctoral fellow, University of Georgia, USA

       Research Associate, Carnegie Institute for Science, USA

       Assistant Professor, Soonchunhyang Institute of Medi-bio Science(SIMS), Soonchunhyang University, Korea
       Associate Professor, Soonchunhyang Institute of Medi-bio Science(SIMS), Soonchunhyang University, Korea 

     

  • Research Interest

       Functional Genomics, Aging, Developmental Biology, Cell cycle regulation
       1. Development of high sensitive chromosome conformation capture technique
       2. Investigation of the role of the nuclear lamina in development and aging
       3. Development of a cardiomyopathy model using Lmna conditional KO mouse
       4. Identification of novel cell cycle regulator in embryonic stem cells

     

  • Selected Publication

       1. Zheng, X*., Kim, Y.*, Zheng, Y. Identification of lamin B-regulated chromatin regions based on chromatin landscapes. (2014) Mol Biol Cell
       26(8):2685-97.

       2. Kim, Y. and Zheng, Y. Generation and characterization of a Conditional Deletion Allele for Lmna in Mice. (2013) Biochem Biophys Res
       Commun.
    220(1):8-13.

       3. Kim, Y., Zheng, X. and Zheng, Y. Proliferation and differentiation of mouse embryonic stem cells lacking all lamins. (2013) Cell Research
       23(12):1420-3.

       4. Kim, Y., Sharov, A.A., McDole, K., Cheng, M., Hao, H., Fan, C.M., Gaiano, N., Ko, M.S.H., and Zheng, Y. (2011). Mouse B-type lamins are
       required for proper organogenesis but not by embryonic stem cells. Science 34:1706-1710.

       5. Kim, Y., Starostina N.G. and Kipreos E.T. (2008). The CRL4Cdt2 ubiquitin ligase targets the degradation of p21Cip1 to control replication 
       licensing. Genes Dev. 22:2507-2519.