Ph.D. Alumni한기훈 / Kihoon Han / Ph.D. / 2003-03 ~ 2010-06 

18. Kang M*, Zhang Y*, Kang HR*, Kim S, Ma R, Kim Y, Li H, Jin C, Lee D, Kim E**, and Han K**. (2022).
The CYFIP2 p.Arg87Cys causes neurobehavioral defects and degradation of CYFIP2.
Ann Neurol, in press.


17. Lee SH*, Zhang Y*, Park J, Kim B, Kim Y, Lee SH, Kim GH, Huh YH, Lee B, Kim Y, Lee Y, Kim JY, Kang H, Choi SY, Jang S, Li Y, Kim S, Jin C, Pang K, Kim E, Lee Y, Kim H, Kim E, Choi JH, Kim J, Lee KJ**, Choi SY**, Han K** (2020).
Haploinsufficiency of Cyfip2 causes lithium-responsive prefrontal dysfunction.
Ann Neurol 88:526-543. (abstract)


16. Ey E#, Bourgeron T#, Boeckers TM#, Kim E#, and Han K#. (2020).
Editorial: Shankopathies: Shank Protein Deficiency-Induced Synaptic Diseases.
Front Mol Neurosci 13:11. (abstract)


15. Lee Y, Kim SG, Lee B, Zhang Y, Kim Y, Kim S, Kim E, Kang H, and Han K. (2017).
Striatal transcriptome and interactome analysis of Shank3-overexpressing mice reveals the connectivity between Shank3 and mTORC1 signaling. 

Front Mol Neurosci 10:201. (abstract)


14. Roh JD*, Choi SY*, Cho YS, Choi TY, Park JS, Cutforth T, Chung W, Park H, Lee D, Kim MH, Lee Y, Mo S, Rhee JS, Kim H, Ko J, Choi SY, Bae YC, Shen K, Kim E#, and Han K#. (2017).
Increased excitatory synaptic transmission of dentate granule neurons in mice lacking PSD-95-interacting adhesion molecule Neph2/Kirrel3 during the early postnatal period.
Front Mol Neurosci 10:81. (abstract)


13. Choi SY, Pang K, Kim JY, Ryu JR, Kang H, Liu Z, Kim WK, Sun W, Kim H, Han K. (2015).
Post-transcriptional regulation of SHANK3 expression by microRNAs related to multiple neuropsychiatric disorders.
Mol Brain 8(1):74. (abstract)


12. Choi SY, Han K, Cutforth T, Chung W, Park H, Lee D, Kim R, Kim MH, Choi Y, Shen K, and Kim E. (2015).
Mice lacking the synaptic adhesion molecule Neph2/Kirrel3 display moderate hyperactivity and defective novel object preference.
Front Cell Neurosci 9:283. (abstract)


11. Bae YS, Chung W, Han K, Park KY, Kim H, Kim E, Kim MH. (2013).
Down-regulation of RalBP1 expression reduces seizure threshold and synaptic inhibition in mice.
Biochem Biophy Res Commun 433:175-180. (abstract)


10. Han K*, Gennarino VA*, Lee Y, Pang K, Hashimoto-Torii K, Choufani S, Raju CS, Oldham MC, Weksberg R, Rakic P, Liu Z, Zoghbi HY. (2013).
Human-specific regulation of MeCP2 levels in fetal brains by microRNA miR-483-5p.
Genes Dev 27:485-490. (abstract)


9. Sim SE, Lee HR, Kim JI, Choi SL, Bakes J, Jang DJ, Lee K, Han K, Kim E, Kaang BK. (2013).
Elevated RalA activity in the hippocampus of PI3Kγ knock-out mice lacking NMDAR-dependent long-term depression.
BMB Rep 46:103-106. (abstract)


8. Yang J*, Seo J*, Nair R, Han S, Jang S, Kim K, Han K, Paik SK, Choi J, Lee S, Bae YC, Topham MK, Prescott SM, Rhee JS, Choi SY and Kim E. (2011).
DGKi regulates presynaptic release during mGluR-dependent LTD.
EMBO J 30:165-180. (abstract)


7. Han S*, Nam J*, Li Y*, Kim S, Cho SH, Cho YS, Choi SY, Choi J, Han K, Kim Y, Na M, Kim H, Bae YC, Choi SY, and Kim E. (2010).
Regulation of dendritic spines, spatial memory, and embryonic development by
the TANC family of PSD-95-interacting proteins.
J Neurosci 30:15102-15112. (abstract)


6. Mah W*, Ko J*, Nam J*, Han K, Chung W, and Kim E. (2010).
Selected SALM family proteins regulate synapse formation.
J Neurosci 30:5559-5568. (abstract) (This Week in The Journal)


5. Lee HW, Kim Y, Han K, Kim H and Kim E. (2010).
The phosphoinositide 3-phosphatase MTMR2 interacts with PSD-95 and maintains excitatory synapses by modulating endosomal traffic.
J Neurosci 30:5508-5518. (abstract)


4. Han K*, Kim MH*, Seeburg D, Seo J, Verpelli C, Han S, Chung HS, Ko J, Lee HW, Kim K, Heo W, Meyer T, Kim H, Sala C, Choi SY, Sheng M and Kim E. (2009).
Regulated RalBP1 binding to RalA and PSD-95 controls AMPA receptor endocytosis and LTD.
PLoS Biol 7:e1000187. (abstract)


3. Kim K, Yang J, Zhong XP, Kim MH, Kim YS, Lee HW, Han S, Choi J, Han K, Seo J, Prescott SM, Topham MK, Bae YC, Koretzky G, Choi SY and Kim E. (2009).
Synaptic removal of diacylglycerol by DGKzeta and PSD-95 regulates dendritic spine maintenance.
EMBO J 28:1170-1179. (abstract) (Have you seen)


2. Han K and Kim E. (2007).
Synaptic adhesion molecules and PSD-95.
Biochem Biophy Res Commun 433:175-180 (abstract)


1. Ko J, Kim S, Chung HS, Kim K, Han K, Kim H, Jun H, Kaang BK and Kim E. (2006).
SALM Synaptic Cell Adhesion-like Molecules Regulate the Differentiation of Excitatory Synapses.
Neuron 50:233-245. (abstract) (Faculty of 1000)