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Identification of Potential Carcinogenic Biomarker Following Exposure to N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea in Mice

  • Lim, Jung-Sun;Jeong, Sung-Young;Hwang, Ji-Yoon;Cho, Kyu-Hyuk;Cho, Jae-Woo;Han, Sang-Seop;Song, Chang-Woo;Yoon, Seok-Joo
    • Molecular & Cellular Toxicology
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    • v.1 no.2
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    • pp.106-110
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    • 2005
  • N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea (ENU), which is a toxin and a carcinogen, as well as a mutagen, has a variety of effects on mice. ENU induces point mutation in male germ cell. Number of mutant animals are developed with ENU treatment. However, potentiality ot ENU as a carcinogen is not fully understood, even though, mutagenicity of ENU is broadly studied, In the present study, the gene expression profiling and histopathological investigation of ENU treated mouse's liver and brain were investigated. Also, the expression patterns of cancer related genes in ENU-treated mouse were analyzed.

A Study on Bush Administration’s Foreign Policy of North Korea (부시행정부의 대북정책에 관한 소고)

  • Lee, Gang-Eon;Jang, Myeong-Sun
    • Journal of National Security and Military Science
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    • pp.169-196
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    • 2005
  • The point of Bush administraion’s foreign policy is to support the promotion and stability of Democracy in Iraq and counter terrorism and spread of WMD with his strong propulsive force caused by his reelection. In such an environment, there are his leadership, his team, himself, Kim Jung Il, and a new understanding of North Korea after September 11 as the effective factors of Bush administration’s policy toward Pyongyang. Bush administration’s foreign policy of North Korea also shows the process of North Korea’s nuclear weapon program and the future scenario of the Korean Peninsula with "the persistence of solving North Korea’s nuclear weapon program such as the method having done in Lybia", "the holding unconditional talks with Pyongyang, and "the continual concerns with human rights in North Korea." The purpose of Bush administration’s foreign policy of North Korea is to make North Korea do not support terrorism rather than remove the nuclear weapon in North Korea. The process of outlining South Korea’s policy toward North Korea must be considered for "national interest" with reasonable analyses not just hopes For this, South Korea must access systematically human rights of North Korea, prepare projects for a daring approach on North Korea, and strengthen South Korea’s defense ability toward North Korea with deep alliance with U.S and systematize the mutual understanding channel between U.S and South Korea. In conclusion, South Korea must try to get specific methods and practices about Bush administration’s foreign policy of North Korea with national wisdom

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