Articles by Sung Tae Doh in JoVE
ב electroporation לג'ימי ברשתית צ'יק עובריים Mohammed M. Islam1, Sung Tae Doh2, Li Cai1,2 1Department of Pharmacology, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, 2Department of Biomedical Engineering, Rutgers University המטרה הכללית של סרט זה היא להראות כיצד לבצע הזרקת רשתית ממוקד
Other articles by Sung Tae Doh on PubMed
Non-coding Sequence Retrieval System for Comparative Genomic Analysis of Gene Regulatory Elements BMC Bioinformatics. 2007 | Pubmed ID: 17362514 Completion of the human genome sequence along with other species allows for greater understanding of the biochemical mechanisms and processes that govern healthy as well as diseased states. The large size of the genome sequences has made them difficult to study using traditional methods. There are many studies focusing on the protein coding sequences, however, not much is known about the function of non-coding regions of the genome. It has been demonstrated that parts of the non-coding region play a critical role as gene regulatory elements. Enhancers that regulate transcription processes have been found in intergenic regions. Furthermore, it is observed that regulatory elements found in non-coding regions are highly conserved across different species. However, the analysis of these regulatory elements is not as straightforward as it may first seem. The development of a centralized resource that allows for the quick and easy retrieval of non-coding sequences from multiple species and is capable of handling multi-gene queries is critical for the analysis of non-coding sequences. Here we describe the development of a web-based non-coding sequence retrieval system.
Analysis of Retinal Cell Development in Chick Embryo by Immunohistochemistry and in Ovo Electroporation Techniques BMC Developmental Biology. 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20089190 Retinal cell development has been extensively investigated; however, the current knowledge of dynamic morphological and molecular changes is not yet complete.
Epigenetic Modifiers Are Necessary but Not Sufficient for Reprogramming Non-myelinating Cells into Myelin Gene-expressing Cells PloS One. 2010 | Pubmed ID: 20885955 Modifications on specific histone residues and DNA methylation play an essential role in lineage choice and cellular reprogramming. We have previously shown that histone modifications or combinatorial codes of transcription factors (TFs) are critical for the differentiation of multipotential progenitors into myelinating oligodendrocytes. In this study we asked whether combining global manipulation of DNA methylation and histone acetylation together with the expression of oligodendrocyte-specific TFs, was sufficient to switch the identity of fibroblasts into myelin gene-expressing cells.