Sang H. Rhee

University of California, Los Angeles, USA

My research focuses on studying the impacts of host-commensal interaction in the gastrointestinal tract. Given that the mirobial recognition is mediated by pattern-recognition receptors such as Toll-like receptors (TLRs) regulating inflammation and innate immunity, my primary research interests lie in investigating TLR-induced inflamatory and innate immune signaling, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), and IBD-associated cancer. 1. Im E., Choi YJ., Pothoulakis C. and Rhee SH. (2009) The Journal of Nutrition 39:1848-1854. PMCID: PMC2744608 2. Im E., Choi YJ., Kim CH., Fiocchi C., Pothoulakis C. and Rhee SH. (2009) The American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 297: G999–G1008. PMCID: PMC2777460 3. Ma EL., Choi YJ., Choi J., Pothoulakis C, Im E and Rhee SH. (2010) International Journal of Cancer 127:780-790. PMID: 19876926. “Erratum in: Int. J. Cancer 2010 Dec 1;127(11):E3”. 4. Choi YJ., Im E., Pothoulakis C. and Rhee SH. (2010) The Journal of Biological Chemistry 285: 21382-21390. PMID: 20452988. 5. Choi YJ., Im E., Chung HK., Pothoulakis C. and Rhee SH. (2010) The Journal of Biological Chemistry 285:37570-37578 PMID: 20855887. 6. Im E., Riegler FM., Pothoulakis C, and Rhee SH. (2012) The American Journal of Physiology - Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 303(4):G490-7. PMID:22723263. 7. Im E., Jung J., and Rhee SH. (2012) Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research 32:583-591. PMID: 22994872 8. Choi YJ., Jung J., Chung HK., Im E., and Rhee SH. (2013) The FASEB Journal 27:243-254. PMID: 23038756

Biography Updated on 6 March 2013

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