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Articles by Geunhee Ye in JoVE
A Protocol to Acquire the Degenerative Tenocyte from Humans Soo-Hong Han*1, Hyung Kyung Kim*2, Jong-Ho Ahn*1, Dong Hyeon Lee3, Minjung Baek1, Geunhee Ye1, Joong-Myung Lee1, Kyunghoon Min4, Chihoon Oh1, Soonchul Lee1 1Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, CHA Bundang Medical Center, CHA University School of Medicine, 2Department of Pathology, Kyung Hee University Hospital at Gangdong, Kyung Hee University School of Medicine, 3Department of Physiology, CHA University School of Medicine, 4Department of Rehabilitation, CHA Bundang Medical Center, CHA University School of Medicine In vitro use of degenerative tenocytes is essential when investigating the efficacy of novel treatment on tendinopathy. However, most research studies use only the animal model or a healthy tenocyte. We propose the following protocol to isolate human degenerative tenocytes during surgery.
Other articles by Geunhee Ye on PubMed
Progress and Prospect: A Bibliometric Analysis of Research Papers by Korean Allergists Over Recent Five Years (2009-2013) Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Research. | Pubmed ID: 26122510 Since the establishment of the academic society in 1972, Korean allergists have made continuous efforts to elucidate pathogenic mechanisms and therapeutic advances for allergic diseases. The present study aimed to summarize recent progress and explore future prospects of research performance by Korean allergists. We performed a comprehensive bibliometric analysis for research papers published in the Science Citation Index (SCI) or SCI-expanded journals by Korean allergists between 2009 and 2013. Research performance was quantitatively analyzed for the numbers of papers by publication year, research type, and main topic. In addition, the performance was also examined for qualitative indices, such as impact factor and citation number. A total of 1,091 papers were identified. The number of publication increased continuously, with an annual increase rate of 12.3%. Clinical and basic studies were the most frequent types of research, and recently the number of epidemiological studies has increased. By research topic, asthma was the most commonly studied, accounting for 20.9% of the total number of publications. Notably, the amount of rhinitis/rhinosinusitis research has risen steeply in 2013. Qualitative analyses also indicated continuous progress; the median impact factor of published journals increased from 1.918 in 2009 to 2.746 in 2013, yielding an annual increase rate of 7.4%. In conclusion, the present analyses identified a continuous increase in the research performance of Korean allergists over a recent 5 year period (2009-2013), both quantitatively and qualitatively. A more significant contribution is expected in the forthcoming era.