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Non-Military Cooperation Plan for ASEAN Regional Disasters  [PDF]
Kim Han Su
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105380
This study describes military cooperation on disasters in the ASEAN region. It is necessary to examine the disaster response issues in ASEAN through the cases after the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. It also seeks to strengthen the response mechanism and to consider the contributions of military support and cooperation. In this study, ASEAN claims that military support for effective disaster response is the most rapid and efficient.
Governance Construction for Cooperation between Korea and ASEAN Supernational Security Issues  [PDF]
Kim Han Su
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105510
Today, ASEAN is required to play a role strategically and economically as a key strategic point in East Asia. As the strategic and diplomatic importance of ASEAN cooperation expands, South Korea’s ASEAN policy is, in fact, only the initial stage of exploring the cohesion points of regional security cooperation and economic cooperation. Currently, Korea needs to quickly establish policies to secure national interest and information in a rapidly changing international situation by clearly grasping ASEAN’s international status. ASEAN is located in South Korea, it has the role of a supplement to relieve tension on the Korean peninsula, the role of an accelerator for jumping to a middle-sized country in East Asia, and an economically rich resource, labor force, in terms of diplomacy and security and as a main target of the defense industry, it is judged that it offers new opportunities for export sales channels. The way to cope with the current situation insists that it is most effective to use the “army”, which has systems, resources and means constantly built in each country. In ASEAN, where East Asia’s strategic importance and unlimited economic development potential are inherent, it is necessary to establish a mutually beneficial relationship that is in line with the strategic direction of the Korean government.
South Korea’s ASEAN Foreign Policy Overcame Growth Strategy  [PDF]
Kim Han Su
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105544
The core of the foreign policy of Moon Jane’s government is the foundation of the “Peace Process of the Korean Peninsula”. At the center of the system configuration, it starts from East Asia, and the core of East Asia starts from ASEAN. This paper argues that cooperation with ASEAN is important for the completion of the establishment of the “Peace process of the Korean Peninsula”. In order to expand cooperation in various fields such as di-plomacy and economy, we must overcome obstacles such as re-authoritative coin tendency. The Moon Jane government named it “New Southbound Policy”. However, in fact, there have been no cases where past policies have promoted Southbound policy. Therefore, an approach for new policy establishment is needed, and we will present an effort to construct various cooperation programs.
Enhanced Iontophoretic Delivery of Magnesium Ascorbyl 2-Phosphate and Sodium Fluorescein to Hairless and Hairy Mouse Skin  [PDF]
Min Young Kang, Young Kwan Sung, Moonkyu Kim, Jung Chul Kim, Insook Han, Su Hee Kim
Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications (JCDSA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jcdsa.2012.24054

We recently reported that L-ascorbic acid 2-phosphate (AP) stimulates the growth of human dermal papilla (DP) cells, induces secretion of IGF-1 from the DP cells to promote hair shafts elongation in cultured human hair follicles, and triggers early progression from the telogen to anagen phase in mice. Since the magnesium salt of AP (APMg) is a highly hydrophilic ionic molecule, it is not easy to deliver this reagent to the skin or hair follicles by topical application alone. In order to enhance skin penetration of APMg without changing any molecular properties, a non-invasive iontophoretic delivery method was introduced. Iontophoresis of the negatively charged APMg under the electrode bearing same charge (cathode) significantly enhanced the in vitro penetration of APMg into a Franz cell equipped with mouse dorsal skin. In contrast, iontophoretic movement with the anode inhibited APMg penetration achieved with passive diffusion alone. The effect of iontophoresis on enhancing the penetration of APMg was also found to be much higher in the skin of hairy mice (3 - 8 times) compared to hairless mice (1.5 - 2.5 times). These findings indicated that iontophoretic movement induced the transfollicular pathway more strongly and effectively than the transdermal pathway. This phenomena was also demonstrated by the in vivo iontophoretic delivery of sodium fluorescein using hairy and hairless mice. The degree of iontophoretic enhancement during APMg penetration was also dependent on various conditions such as current density and application duration.

Radial Band Structure of Electrons in Liquid Metals
Keun Su Kim,Han Woong Yeom
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.136402
Abstract: The electronic band structure of a liquid metal was investigated by measuring precisely the evolution of angle-resolved photoelectron spectra during the melting of a Pb monolayer on a Si(111) surface. We found that the liquid monolayer exhibits a free-electron-like band and it undergoes a coherent radial scattering, imposed by the radial correlation of constituent atoms, to form a characteristic secondary hole band. This unique double radial bands and their gradual evolution during melting can be quantitatively reproduced, including detailed spectral intensity profiles, with our radial scattering model based on a theoretical prediction of 1962. Our result establishes the radial band structure as a key concept for describing the nature of electrons in strongly disordered states of matter.
Gastric ischemia after epinephrine injection in a patient with liver cirrhosis
Su Young Kim,Seung-Hee Han,Kyung Han Kim,Sang Ock Kim
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2013, DOI: 10.3748/wjg.v19.i3.411
Abstract: Endoscopic epinephrine injection is relatively easy, quick and inexpensive. Furthermore, it has a low rate of complications, and it is widely used for the management of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding. There have been several case reports of gastric ischemia after endoscopic injection therapy. Inadvertent intra-arterial injection may result in either spasm or thrombosis, leading to subsequent tissue ischemia or necrosis, although the stomach has a rich vascular supply and the vascular reserve of the intramural anastomosis. In addition to endoscopic injection therapy, smoking, hypertension and atherosclerosis are risk factors of gastric ischemia. We report a case of gastric ischemia after submucosal epinephrine injection in a 51-year-old woman with hypertension and liver cirrhosis.
Concurrent sternal and pulmonary foci of Langerhans cell histiocytosis
Koh Young,Moon Hyeon,Kim Byung-Su,Han Dae
Annals of Thoracic Medicine , 2010,
Outcome Analysis of Cranial Molding Therapy in Nonsynostotic Plagiocephaly
Han-Su Yoo,Dong Kyun Rah,Yong Oock Kim
Archives of Plastic Surgery , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5999/aps.2012.39.4.338
Abstract: Background It is known that nonsynostotic plagiocephaly does not spontaneously improve,and the craniofacial deformities that result from it. This study was conducted to analyze theeffectiveness of helmet therapy for the nonsynostotic plagiocephaly patient, and to suggesta new treatment strategy based on this analysis.Methods A total of 108 pediatric patients who had undergone helmet therapy after beingdiagnosed with nonsynostotic plagiocephaly were included in this study. The patients wereclassified according to the initiation age of the helmet therapy, severity, and helmet wearingtime. The treatment effect was compared using cranial vault asymmetry (CVA) and the cranialvault asymmetry index (CVAI), which were obtained from diagonal measurements before andafter therapy.Results The discrepancy of CVA and CVAI of all the patients significantly decreased afterhelmet therapy. According to the initiation time of helmet therapy, the treatment effectwas best at 5 months old or less. The helmet wearing time per day was proportional to thetreatment effect up to 20 hours. In addition, the rate of the successful treatment (final CVA≤5 mm) significantly decreased when the initiation age was 9.1 months or older and thetreatment period was less than 7.83 months.Conclusions This study showed the effectiveness of the helmet therapy for nonsynostoticplagiocephaly patients. Based on analysis of this study, helmet therapy should be started at theage of 9 months or younger for 7.83 months or more, and the helmet wearing time should bemore than 20 hours a day.
Long term survival results for gastric GIST: is laparoscopic surgery for large gastric GIST feasible?
Kim Ki-Han,Kim Min-Chan,Jung Ghap-Joong,Kim Su-Jin
World Journal of Surgical Oncology , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1477-7819-10-230
Abstract: Background Recently, laparoscopic resection for relatively small sized gastric gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs) has been widely accepted as minimally invasive surgery. However, no report on the long-term safety and efficacy of this surgery for large sized gastric GISTs has been published to date. Methods Between July 1998 and January 2011, 104 consecutive patients who underwent resection for gastric GISTs were enrolled in this retrospective study. We assessed the clinicopathological characteristics, postoperative outcomes, patient survival, and tumor recurrence. Results Of the 104 patients with gastric GISTs who were included in the study, there were 47 males and 57 females whose mean age was 59.8 years. Sixty-four patients (61.5%) had symptoms associated with tumor. Ten patients included in the group 1, 49 in the group 2, 15 in the group 3a, 9 in the group 5, 14 in the group 6a, and 7 in the group 6b. There was one minor complication and no mortalities. Recurrence was noted in 5 patients, with a median follow-up period of 49.3 months (range, 8.4 to 164.4). The 5-year overall and disease free survival rates of 104 patients were 98.6% and 94.8%, respectively. When comparing large tumor (5–10 cm) between laparoscopic and open surgery, there were statistically differences in age, tumor size, tumor location, and length of hospitalization. There were no statistical differences in the 5-year survival rate between laparoscopic and open surgery for large tumor (5-10cm). Conclusion Laparoscopic surgery is feasible and effective as an oncologic treatment of gastric GISTs. Moreover, laparoscopic surgery can be an acceptable alternative to open methods for gastric GISTs of size bigger than 5 cm.
CREB and neuronal selection for memory trace
Jieun Kim,Jeong-Tae Kwon,Hyung-Su Kim,Jin-Hee Han
Frontiers in Neural Circuits , 2013, DOI: 10.3389/fncir.2013.00044
Abstract: Despite considerable progress over the past several decades, our understanding of the mechanisms underlying memory encoding, storage, and expression in a complex neural network are far from complete. In particular, how some neurons rather than others are selectively engaged to encode memory remains largely unknown. Using virus-mediated gene delivery into a small subset of neurons in a given network, molecular imaging of neuronal activity, pharmacological perturbation of specific neurons' activity and animal behavior assays, recent studies have begun to provide insight into molecular and cellular mechanisms responsible for the selection of neurons for inclusion into a memory trace. Here, we focus on a review of recent findings supporting the hypothesis that the level of the transcription factor CREB (cAMP/Ca2+-response element binding protein) is a key factor governing which neurons are recruited to a given memory trace. These recent findings open a new perspective on memory trace at the neural circuit level and also raise many important questions. Future studies employing more advanced neurobiological techniques for targeting defined populations of neurons and manipulating their activity in time and space in a complex neural network will give answers to these newly emerging questions and extend our understanding of the neurobiological basis of the memory trace.
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