용태순 / YONG, Tai-Soon
교수

Department / Institute / Center :
Environmental Medical Biology
Institute of Tropical Medicine
환경의생물학교실, 열대의학연구소

Contact Information

Phone +82-2-2228-1841 Email tsyong212@yuhs.ac Website

Educational Background

Undergraduate Education M.D., Yonsei University College of Medicine, 1983
Final Degree (University, Major) Ph.D., Graduate School, Yonsei University, 1991
Overseas Training (Institute, Supervisor) Washington University School of Medicine
Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., 1994-1995

Professional Societies and current positions

Vice President of Korean Society of Parasitology(대한기생충학회): 2009-
Vice President of Protistological Society of Korea(한국원생생물학회): 2009-
Board of directors: Entomological Society of Korea(한국곤충학회), Malacological Society of Korea(한국패류학회), Korea Association of Health Promotion(한국건강관리협회)

Research Area(s)

Basic research, Translational research
Research Field tropical medicine, parasitology, allergy, allergens, entomology
Diseases parasitic infections, tropical infectious diseases, allergy
Possible Collaboration characterization of allergens, allergy, epidemiological approach on tropical parasitic diseases, parasite induced cancer model development, development of diagnostic tools using immunological or molecular methods for infectious diseases

Research Methods

protein purification, recombinant protein production, cell culture, monoclonal antibody production, parasite examination using microscopy, insect and mite culture

Lab.

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Location of Office 러들러교수동 327호
Location of Lab. 의대신관 256, 251호
Contact person Name: 이명희,김충렬 / Tel: 2228-1851 / E-mail: pure-gemini@hanmail.net,: kimchr0607@gmail.com

Major Published Articles and Books

Jeong KY et al. (2006) Recombinant allergens for diagnosis and immunotherapy of allergic disorders, with emphasis on cockroach allergy. Curr Protein Pept Sc 7: 57-71.

Jeong KY et al. (2006) Allergenic tropomyosins and their cross-reactivities. Protein Peptide Lett 13: 835-845.

Lee JS et al. (2006) Vaccination with DNA encoding cysteine proteinase confers protective immune response to rats infected with Clonorchis sinensis. Vaccine 24: 2358-2366.

Rim HJ et al. (2003) Prevalence of intestinal parasite infections on a national scale among primary schoolchildren in Laos. Parasitol Res 91(4): 267-272.