284C Koh, Kyunghee - Thomas Jefferson University - Thomas Jefferson University

Kyunghee Koh, PhD

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900 Walnut St.
Suite 400
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-5905
(215) 955-4949 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. WIDE AWAKE mediates the circadian timing of sleep onset
  2. A neuron-glia interaction involving GABA transaminase contributes to sleep loss in sleepless mutants
  3. Regulation of synaptic development and function by the Drosophila PDZ protein Dyschronic
  4. Cell-specific fine-tuning of neuronal excitability by differential expression of modulator protein isoforms
  5. Genetic and Anatomical Basis of the Barrier Separating Wakefulness and Anesthetic-Induced Unresponsiveness
  6. Dyschronic, a Drosophila homolog of a deaf-blindness gene, regulates circadian output and slowpoke channels
  7. Post-translational regulation and nuclear entry of TIMELESS and PERIOD are affected in new timeless mutant
  8. SLEEPLESS, a Ly-6/neurotoxin family member, regulates the levels, localization and activity of Shaker
  9. An isoform-specific mutant reveals a role of PDP1ε in the circadian oscillator
  10. The effects of caffeine on sleep in Drosophila require PKA activity, but not the adenosine receptor
  11. The COP9 signalosome is required for light-dependent timeless degradation and Drosophila clock resetting
  12. Identification of SLEEPLESS, a sleep-promoting factor
  13. A genetic screen for sleep and circadian mutants reveals mechanisms underlying regulation of sleep in Drosophila
  14. Molecular analysis of sleep:wake cycles in Drosophila
  15. A Drosophila model for age-associated changes in sleep:wake cycles
  16. JETLAG resets the Drosophila circadian clock by promoting light-induced degradation of TIMELESS
  17. The nT1 translocation separates vulval regulatory elements from the egl-18 and elt-6 GATA factor genes
  18. Cell fates and fusion in the C. elegans vulval primordium are regulated by the EGL-18 and ELt-6 GATA factors - apparent direct targets of the LIN-39-Hox protein
  19. ELT-5 and ELT-6 are required continuously to regulate epidermal seam cell differentiation and cell fusion in C. elegans
  20. Induction of combination rules in two-dimensional function learning