Publication


2017

Plant Physiology

Brassinosteroid biosynthesis is modulated via a transcription factor cascade of COG1, PIF4 and PIF5

Zhuoyun Wei, Tong Yuan, Danuše Tarkowská, Jeongsik Kim, Hong Gil Nam, Ondřej Novák, Kai He, Xiaoping Gou, and Jia Li

174(2):1260-1273

Brassinosteroids (BRs) are essential phytohormones regulating various developmental and physiological processes during normal growth and development. cog1-3D (cogwheel1-3D) was identified as an activation-tagged genetic modifier of bri1-5, an intermediate BR receptor mutant in Arabidopsis (Arabidopsis thaliana). COG1 encodes a Dof-type transcription factor found previously to act as a negative regulator of the phytochrome signaling pathway. cog1-3D single mutants show an elongated hypocotyl phenotype under light conditions. A loss-of-function mutant or inducible expression of a dominant negative form of COG1 in the wild type results in an opposite phenotype. A BR profile assay indicated that BR levels are elevated in cog1-3D seedlings. Quantitative reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction analyses showed that several key BR biosynthetic genes are significantly up-regulated in cog1-3D compared with those of the wild type. Two basic helix-loop-helix transcription factors, PIF4 and PIF5, were found to be transcriptionally up-regulated in cog1-3D Genetic analysis indicated that PIF4 and PIF5 were required for COG1 to promote BR biosynthesis and hypocotyl elongation. Chromatin immunoprecipitation and electrophoretic mobility shift assays indicated that COG1 binds to the promoter regions of PIF4 and PIF5, and PIF4 and PIF5 bind to the promoter regions of key BR biosynthetic genes, such as DWF4 and BR6ox2, to directly promote their expression. These results demonstrated that COG1 regulates BR biosynthesis via up-regulating the transcription of PIF4 and PIF5.

Oncotarget

Downregulation of protein kinase CK2 activity induces age-related biomarkers in C. elegans

Jeong-Hwan Park#, Joo-Hyun Lee#, Jeong-Hoon Hahm, Hong Gil Nam, Young-Seuk Bae*

8:36950-36963

Studies show that a decrease in protein kinase CK2 (CK2) activity is associated with cellular senescence. However, the role of CK2 in organism aging is still poorly understood. Here, we investigated whether protein kinase CK2 (CK2) modulated longevity in Caenorhabditis elegans. CK2 activity decreased with advancing age in the worms. Knockdown of kin-10 (the ortholog of CK2β) led to a short lifespan phenotype and induced age-related biomarkers, including retardation of locomotion, decreased pharyngeal pumping rate, increased lipofuscin accumulation, and reduced resistance to heat and oxidative stress. The long lifespan of age-1 and akt-1 mutants was significantly suppressed by kin-10 RNAi, suggesting that CK2 acts downstream of AGE-1 and AKT-1. Kin-10 knockdown did not further shorten the short lifespan of daf-16 mutant worms but either decreased or increased the transcriptional activity of DAF-16 depending on the promoters of the target genes, indicating that CK2 is an upstream regulator of DAF-16 in C. elegansKin-10knockdown increased production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the worms. Finally, the ROS scavenger N-acetyl-L-cysteine significantly counteracts the lifespan shortening and lipofuscin accumulation induced by kin-10 knockdown. Therefore, the present results suggest that age-dependent CK2 downregulation reduces longevity by associating with both ROS generation and the AGE-1-AKT-1-DAF-16 pathway in C. elegans.

Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics Volume 50, Issue e2 2 P1-7 

Microdroplet Fusion Mass Spectrometry: Accelerated Kinetics of Acid-Induced Chlorophyll Demetallation

Jae Kyoo Lee, Hong Gil Nam*and Richard N. zare*

Published online: 01 Feb. 2017 / DOI: 10.1017/S0033583517000014

Kinetics of acid-induced chlorophyll demetallation was recorded in microdroplets by fusing a stream of microdroplets containing 40 µM chlorophyll a or b dissolved in methanol with a stream of aqueous microdroplets containing 35 mM hydrochloric acid (pH = 1·46). The kinetics of the demetallation of chlorophyll in the fused microdroplets (14 ± 6 µm diameter; 84 ± 18 m s−1 velocity) was recorded by controlling the traveling distance of the fused microdroplets between the fusion region and the inlet of a mass spectrometer. The rate of acid-induced chlorophyll demetallation was about 960 ± 120 times faster in the charged microdroplets compared with that reported in bulk solution. If no voltage was applied to the sprayed microdroplets, then the acceleration factor was about 580 ± 90, suggesting that the applied voltage is not a major factor determining the acceleration. Chlorophyll a was more rapidly demetallated than chlorophyll b by a factor of ∼26 in bulk solution and ∼5 in charged microdroplets. The demetallation kinetics was second order in the H+ concentration, but the acceleration factor of microdroplets compared with bulk solution appeared to be unchanged in going from pH = 1·3 to 7·0. The water:methanol ratio of the fused microdroplets was varied from 7:3 to 3:7 causing an increase in the reaction rate of chlorophyll a demetallation by 20%. This observation demonstrates that the solvent composition, which has different evaporation rates, does not significantly affect the acceleration. We believe that a major portion of the acceleration can be attributed to confinement effects involving surface reactions rather than either to evaporation of solvents or to the introduction of charges to the microdroplets.

Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

MicroRNAs in Brain Aging

Chand Parvez Danka Mohammed, Jun Soo Park, Hong Gil Nam∗, and Keetae Kim*

Available online 22 January 2017 / DOI: 10.1016/j.mad.2017.01.007

Brain aging is one of the most crucial biological processes that affect the physiological balance between health and disease. Age-associated dysfunction of brain leads to severe health problems in current aging society. MicroRNAs (miRNAs) have emerged as important regulators in most physiological processes including fine-tuning of the short-term, cellular regulatory functions as well as modulation of long-term organismal lifespan. In this review, we discuss critical roles of miRNAs in the progression of normal and pathological brain aging. 50% of all known miRNAs are found in brain including cortex and hippocampus. A significant number of expressed miRNAs were differentially regulated during aging, implicating miRNAs as regulators of brain aging. The ability of miRNAs to regulate multiple targets within a pathway or even multiple pathways allows for coordinated regulation of brain functions. miRNA-mediated, brain functional changes are evidentin cognition, inflammation, neuroprotection, lipid metabolism, mitochondrial function and lifespan. Dysregulation of brain miRNAs contributes to accelerated cognitive decline and increased neurological disorders. Elucidating mechanisms by which miRNAs and their multiple targets are temporally and spatially regulated in normal and pathological brain aging will provide a deeper understanding on the process of interrelated pathways of brain aging, and a new insight into therapeutic interventions.

 

 

2016

Current Opinion in Plant Biology Volume 33 Page 48-56, October 2016

Regulatory network of NAC transcription factors in leaf senescence

Hyo Jung Kim, Hong Gil Nam*, and Pyung Ok Lim*

Leaf senescence is finely tuned by many regulatory factors such as NAC (NAM/ATAF/CUC) transcription factors (TFs). NACs comprise one of the largest families of TFs in plants, many of which are differentially regulated during leaf senescence and play a major role in leaf senescence. Recent studies advanced our understanding on the structural and functional features of NAC TFs including target binding specificities of the N-terminal DNA binding domain and dynamic interaction of the C-terminal intrinsically disordered domain with other proteins. NAC TFs control other NACs and also interact with NACs or other TFs to fine-tune the expression of target genes. These studies clearly demonstrated the highly complex characteristics of NAC regulatory networks, which are dynamically regulated temporally and spatially and effectively integrate multiple developmental and environmental signals.

Physiologia Plantarum Volume 158 Issue 2 Page 180-199, October 2016

NORE1/SAUL1 integrates temperature dependent defense programs involving SGT1b and PAD4 pathways and leaf senescence in Arabidopsis

Il Hwan Lee, In Chul Lee, Jeongsik Kim, Jin Hee Kim, Eui-Hwan Chung, Hyo Jung Kim, Su Jin Park, Yong Min Kim, Sin Kyu Kang, Hong Gil Nam*, Hye Ryun Woo*, and Pyung Ok Lim*

Leaf senescence is not only primarily governed by developmental age but also influenced by various internal and external factors. Although some genes that control leaf senescence have been identified, the detailed regulatory mechanisms underlying integration of diverse senescence-associated signals into the senescence programs remain to be elucidated. To dissect the regulatory pathways involved in leaf senescence, we isolated the not oresara1-1 (nore1-1) mutant showing accelerated leaf senescence phenotypes from an EMS-mutagenized Arabidopsis thaliana population. We found that altered transcriptional programs in defense response-related processes were associated with the accelerated leaf senescence phenotypes observed in nore1-1 through microarray analysis. The nore1-1 mutation activated defense program, leading to enhanced disease resistance. Intriguingly, high ambient temperature effectively suppresses the early senescence and death phenotypes of nore1-1. The gene responsible for the phenotypes of nore1-1 contains a missense mutation in SENESCENCE-ASSOCIATED E3 UBIQUITIN LIGASE 1 (SAUL1), which was reported as a negative regulator of premature senescence in the light intensity- and PHYTOALEXIN DEFICIENT 4 (PAD4)-dependent manner. Through extensive double mutant analyses, we recently identified suppressor of the G2 Allele of SKP1b (SGT1b), one of the positive regulators for disease resistance conferred by many resistance (R) proteins, as a downstream signaling component in NORE1-mediated senescence and cell death pathways. In conclusion, NORE1/SAUL1 is a key factor integrating signals from temperature-dependentdefense programs and leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. These findings provide a new insight that plants might utilize defense response program in regulating leaf senescence process, possibly through recruiting the related genes during the evolution of the leafsenescence program.

Cell Cycle Volume 15 Issue 14 Page 1821-1829, July 2016

RNA helicase SACY-1 is required for the longevity caused by various genetic perturbations in Caenorhabditis elegans

Mihwa Seo, Sangsoon Park, Hong Gil Nam*, and Seung-Jae V. Lee*

RNA helicases, which unwind RNAs, are essential for RNA metabolism and homeostasis. However, the roles of RNA helicases in specific physiological processes remain poorly understood. We recently reported that an RNA helicase, HEL-1, promotes long lifespan conferred by reduced insulin/insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) signaling (IIS) in Caenorhabditis elegans. We also showed that HEL-1 induces the expression of longevity genes by physically interacting with Forkhead box O (FOXO) transcription factor. Thus, the HEL-1 RNA helicase appears to regulate lifespan by specifically activating FOXO in IIS. In the current study, we report another longevity-promoting RNA helicase, Suppressor of ACY-4 sterility 1 (SACY-1). SACY-1 contributed to the longevity of daf-2/insulin/IGF-1 receptor mutants. Unlike HEL-1, SACY-1 was also required for the longevity due to mutations in genes involved in non-IIS pathways. Thus, SACY-1 appears to function as a general longevity factor for various signaling pathways, which is different from the specific function of HEL-1.

Molecular Plant Volume 9 Issue 6 Page 813-825, June 2016

Towards systems understanding of leaf senescence: an integrated multi-omics perspective on the leaf senescence research

Jeongsik Kim, Hye Ryun Woo*, and Hong Gil Nam*

Leaf senescence is a complex but tightly regulated developmental process involving a coordinated sequence of multiple molecular events, which ultimately leads to death of the leaf. Efforts to understand the mechanistic principles underlying leaf senescence have been largely made by transcriptomic, proteomic, and metabolomic studies over the past decade. This review focuses on recent milestones in leaf senescence research obtained using multi-omics technologies, as well as future endeavors toward systems understanding of leaf senescence processes. In particular, we discuss recent advances in understanding molecular events during leaf senescence through genome-wide transcriptome analyses in Arabidopsis. We also describe comparative transcriptome analyses used to unveil the commonality and diversity of regulatory mechanisms governing leaf senescence in the plant kingdom. Finally, we provide current illustrations of epigenomic, proteomic, and metabolomic landscapes of leaf senescence. We envisage that integration of multi-omics leaf senescence data will enable us to address unresolved questions regarding leaf senescence, including determining the molecular principles that coordinate concurrent and ordered changes in biological events during leaf senescence.

Analytical Chemistry Volume 88 Issue 10 Page 5453-5461, May 2016

High-Resolution Live-Cell Imaging and Analysis by Laser Desorption/Ionization Droplet Delivery Mass Spectrometry

Jae Kyoo Lee, Erik T. Jansson, Hong Gil Nam*, and Richard N. Zare*

We have developed a new ambient-ionization mass spectrometric technique named laser desorption/ionization droplet delivery mass spectrometry (LDIDD-MS). LDIDD-MS permits high-resolution, high-sensitivity imaging of tissue samples as well as measurements of both single-cell apoptosis and live-cell exocytosis. A pulsed (15 Hz) UV laser beam (266 nm) is focused on a surface covered with target analytes to trigger their desorption and ionization. A spray of liquid droplets is simultaneously directed onto the laser-focused surface region to capture the ionized analytes and deliver them to a mass spectrometer. The approach of rapid and effective capturing of molecules after laser desorption/ionization allows the limit of detection for the amino acid lysine to be as low as 2 amol under ambient ionization conditions. Two-dimensional maps of the desorbed/ionized species are recorded by moving the sample on an XY translational stage. The spatial resolution for imaging with LDIDD-MS was determined to be 2.4 μm for an ink-printed pattern and 3 μm for mouse brain tissue. We applied LDIDD-MS to single-cell analysis of apoptotic HEK cells. Differences were observed in the profiles of fatty acids and lipids between healthy HEK cells and those undergoing apoptosis. We observed upregulation of phosphatidylcholine (PC) with a relatively shorter carbon chain length and downregulation of PC with a relatively longer carbon chain length. We also applied LDIDD-MS for a real-time direct measurements of live-cell exocytosis. The catecholamine dopamine and trace amines (phenethylamine and tyramine) were detected from live PC12 cells without damaging them.

Journal of Experimental Botany Volume 67 Issue 9 Page 2665-2673, April 2016

Age-associated circadian period changes in Arabidopsis leaves

Hyunmin Kim#, Yumi Kim#, Miji Yeom, Junhyun Lim, Sunghyun Hong, and Hong Gil Nam*

) As most organisms age, their appearance, physiology, and behaviour alters as part of a life history strategy that maximizes their fitness over their lifetime. The passage of time is measured by organisms and is used to modulate these age-related changes. Organisms have an endogenous time measurement system called the circadian clock. This endogenous clock regulates many physiological responses throughout the life history of organisms to enhance their fitness. However, little is known about the relation between ageing and the circadian clock in plants. Here, we investigate the association of leaf ageing with circadian rhythm changes to better understand the regulation of life-history strategy in Arabidopsis. The circadian periods of clock output genes were approximately 1h shorter in older leaves than younger leaves. The periods of the core clock genes were also consistently shorter in older leaves, indicating an effect of ageing on regulation of the circadian period. Shortening of the circadian period with leaf age occurred faster in plants grown under a long photoperiod compared with a short photoperiod. We screened for a regulatory gene that links ageing and the circadian clock among multiple clock gene mutants. Only mutants for the clock oscillator TOC1 did not show a shortened circadian period during leaf ageing, suggesting that TOC1 may link age to changes in the circadian clock period. Our findings suggest that age-related information is incorporated into the regulation of the circadian period and that TOC1 is necessary for this integrative process.

Plant Physiology Volume 171 Issue 1 Page 452-467, May 2016

Programming of plant leaf senescence with temporal and inter-organellar coordination of transcriptome in Arabidopsis

Hye Ryun Woo, Hee Jung Koo, Jeongsik Kim, Hyobin Jeong, Jin Ok Yang, Il Hwan Lee, Ji Hyung Jun, Seung Hee Choi, Su Jin Park, Byeongsoo Kang, You Wang Kim, Bong-Kwan Phee, Jin Hee Kim, Chaehwa Seo, Charny Park, Sang Cheol Kim, Sungjin Park, Kyungwook Lee, Sanghyuk Lee, Daehee Hwang, Hong Gil Nam, Pyung Ok Lim*

Disease Models & Mechanisms Volume 9 Issue 2 Page 115-129, February 2016

The Short-Lived African Turquoise Killifish: an Emerging Experimental Model for Ageing

Yumi Kim, Hong Gil Nam, Dario Riccardo Valenzano*

Human ageing is a fundamental biological process that leads to functional decay, increased risk for various diseases and, ultimately, death. Some of the basic biological mechanisms underlying human ageing are shared with other organisms; thus, animal models have been invaluable in providing key mechanistic and molecular insights into the common bases of biological ageing. In this Review, we briefly summarise the major applications of the most commonly used model organisms adopted in ageing research and highlight their relevance in understanding human ageing. We compare the strengths and limitations of different model organisms and discuss in detail an emerging ageing model, the short-lived African turquoise killifish. We review the recent progress made in using the turquoise killifish to study the biology of ageing and discuss potential future applications of this promising animal model.

Aging Cell Volume 15, Issue 2, pages 380–388, April 2016

miR-204 downregulates EphB2 in aging mouse hippocampal neurons

Chand Parvez Danka Mohammed1,2,3, Hwanseok Rhee4, Bong-Kwan Phee1, Kunhyung Kim2, Hee-Jin Kim1, Hyehyeon Lee2, Jung Hoon Park4, Jung Hee Jung4, Jeong Yeon Kim1, Hyoung-Chin Kim5, Sang Ki Park3, Hong Gil Nam1,2,*and Keetae Kim2,*

Article first published online: 22 JAN 2016 / DOI: 10.1111/acel.12444

Hippocampal synaptic function and plasticity deteriorate with age, often resulting in learning and memory deficits. As MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are important regulators of neuronal protein expression, we examined whether miRNAs may contribute to this age-associated decline in hippocampal function. We first compared the small RNA transcriptome of hippocampal tissues from young and old mice. Among 269 hippocampal miRNAs, 80 were differentially expressed (≥ twofold) among the age groups. We focused on 36 miRNAs upregulated in the old mice compared with those in the young mice. The potential targets of these 36 miRNAs included 11 critical Eph/Ephrin synaptic signaling components. The expression levels of several genes in the Eph/Ephrin pathway, including EphB2, were significantly downregulated in the aged hippocampus. EphB2 is a known regulator of synaptic plasticity in hippocampal neurons, in part by regulating the surface expression of the NMDA receptor NR1 subunit. We found that EphB2 is a direct target of miR-204 among miRNAs that were upregulated with age. The transfection of primary hippocampal neurons with a miR-204 mimic suppressed both EphB2 mRNA and protein expression and reduced the surface expression of NR1. Transfection of miR-204 also decreased the total expression of NR1. miR-204 induces senescence-like phenotype in fully matured neurons as evidenced by an increase in p16-positive cells. We suggest that aging is accompanied by the upregulation of miR-204 in the hippocampus, which downregulates EphB2 and results in reduced surface and total NR1 expression. This mechanism may contribute to age-associated decline in hippocampal synaptic plasticity and the related cognitive functions.

 

2015

Nature Communications | Article Open | Received 25 June 2015 | Accepted 15 October 2015 | Published 20 November 2015

C. elegans maximum velocity correlates with healthspan and is maintained in worms with an insulin receptor mutation

Jeong-Hoon Hahm,1, Sunhee Kim,1, n1Race DiLoreto,2, n1Cheng Shi,2, n1Seung-Jae V. Lee,3, Coleen T. Murphy2, & Hong Gil Nam1, 4,

Journal name:Nature Communications  Volume:6, Article number:8919 | DOI:doi:10.1038/ncomms9919

Ageing is marked by physical decline. Caenorhabditis elegans is a valuable model for identifying genetic regulatory mechanisms of ageing and longevity. Here we report a simple method to assess C. elegans’ maximum physical ability based on the worms’ maximum movement velocity. We show maximum velocity declines with age, correlates well with longevity, accurately reports movement ability and, if measured in mid-adulthood, is predictive of maximal lifespan. Contrary to recent findings, we observe that maximum velocity of worm with mutations in daf-2(e1370) insulin/IGF-1 signalling scales with lifespan. Because of increased odorant receptor expression, daf-2(e1370) mutants prefer food over exploration, causing previous on-food motility assays to underestimate movement ability and, thus, worm health. Finally, a disease-burden analysis of published data reveals that the daf-2(e1370) mutation improves quality of life, and therefore combines lifespan extension with various signs of an increased healthspan.

PNAS August 4, 2015 vol. 112 no. 31 E4246-E4255

RNA helicase HEL-1 promotes longevity by specifically activating DAF-16/FOXO transcription factor signaling inCaenorhabditis elegans

Mihwa Seoa,b,Keunhee Seoc,Wooseon Hwangc,Hee Jung Kooa,b,Jeong-Hoon Hahma,Jae-Seong Yangb,1,Seong Kyu Hanc,Daehee Hwanga,d,Sanguk Kimb,c,e,Sung Key Jangc,Yoontae Leec,Hong Gil Nama,d,2, and Seung-Jae V. Leeb,c,e,2

 

The homeostatic maintenance of the genomic DNA is crucial for regulating aging processes. However, the role of RNA homeostasis in aging processes remains unknown. RNA helicases are a large family of enzymes that regulate the biogenesis and homeostasis of RNA. However, the functional significance of RNA helicases in aging has not been explored. Here, we report that a large fraction of RNA helicases regulate the lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans. In particular, we show that a DEAD-box RNA helicase, helicase 1 (HEL-1), promotes longevity by specifically activating the DAF-16/forkhead box O (FOXO) transcription factor signaling pathway. We find that HEL-1 is required for the longevity conferred by reduced insulin/insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) signaling (IIS) and is sufficient for extending lifespan. We further show that the expression of HEL-1 in the intestine and neurons contributes to longevity. HEL-1 enhances the induction of a large fraction of DAF-16 target genes. Thus, the RNA helicase HEL-1 appears to promote longevity in response to decreased IIS as a transcription coregulator of DAF-16. Because HEL-1 and IIS are evolutionarily well conserved, a similar mechanism for longevity regulation via an RNA helicase-dependent regulation of FOXO signaling may operate in mammals, including humans.

Plant Science

Rootin, a compound that inhibits root development through modulating PIN-mediated auxin distribution

Suyeong Jeong, Jun-Young Kim, Hyunmo Choi, Hyunmin Kim, Ilhwan Lee, Moon-Soo Soh, Hong Gil Nam, Young-Tae Chang*, Pyung Ok Lim*, Hye Ryun Woo*

RSC Advances

Imaging a specific mRNA in pollen with atomic force microscopy

Jung Sook Kim, Yu Shin Park, Hong Gil Nam*, Joon Won Park*

Analyst

Simultaneous imaging of the topography and electrochemical activity of a 2D carbon nanotube network using a dual functional L-shaped nanoprobe

Eunjoo Lee, Jungwoo Sung, Taechang An, Heungjoo Shin*, Hong Gil Nam*, Geunbae Lim*

PNAS

Microdroplet Fusion Mass Spectrometry for Fast Reaction Kinetics

Jae Kyoo Lee, Samuel Kim, Hong Gil Nam*, Richard N. Zare*

Aging

Meeting Report: International Symposium on the Genetics of Aging and Life History II

Murat Artan, Ara Hwang, Seung-Jae Lee*, Hong Gil Nam*

Quarterly Reviews of Biophysics

Acceleration of Reaction in Charged Microdroplets

Jae Kyoo Lee, Shibdas Banerjee, Hong Gil Nam*, Richard N. Zare*

Photosynthesis Research

Photobiological hydrogen production and artificial photosynthesis for clean energy: from bio to nanotechnologies

K. Nath, M. M. Najafpour, R. A. Voloshin, S. E. Balaghi, E. Tyystja¨rvi, R. Timilsina, J. J. Eaton-Rye, T. Tomo, H. G. Nam, H. Nishihara, S. Ramakrishna, J.-R. Shen, S. I. Allakhverdiev

Journal of Experimental Botany

A salt-regulated peptide derived from the CAP superfamily protein negatively regulates salt-stress tolerance in Arabidopsis

Pei-Shan Chien, Hong Gil Nam, Yet-Ran Chen

Aging Cell

Inhibition of elongin C promotes longevity and protein homeostasis via HIF-1 in C. elegans

Wooseon Hwang, Murat Artan, Mihwa Seo, Dongyeop Lee, Hong Gil Nam, Seung-Jae V. Lee*

Diabetologia (Diab-15-0888.R1)

Spatial and temporal coordination of insulin granule exocytosis in intact human pancreatic islets

Joana Almaça, Tao Liang, Herbert Y. Gaisano, Hong Gil Nam, Per-Olof Berggren, Alejandro Caicedo

 

 

2014

J Exp Bot. 2014 Jul;65(14):4023-36. doi: 10.1093/jxb/eru112. Epub 2014 Mar 22.

Gene regulatory cascade of senescence-associated NAC transcription factors activated by ETHYLENE-INSENSITIVE2-mediated leaf senescence signalling in Arabidopsis.

 

Leaf senescence is a finely tuned and genetically programmed degeneration process, which is critical to maximize plant fitness by remobilizing nutrients from senescing leaves to newly developing organs. Leaf senescence is a complex process that is driven by extensive reprogramming of global gene expression in a highly coordinated manner. Understanding how gene regulatory networks involved in controlling leaf senescence are organized and operated is essential to decipher the mechanisms of leaf senescence. It was previously reported that the trifurcate feed-forward pathway involving EIN2, ORE1, and miR164 inArabidopsis regulates age-dependent leaf senescence and cell death. Here, new components of this pathway have been identified, which enhances knowledge of the gene regulatory networks governing leaf senescence. Comparative gene expression analysis revealed six senescence-associated NAC transcription factors (TFs) (ANAC019, AtNAP, ANAC047, ANAC055, ORS1, and ORE1) as candidate downstream components of ETHYLENE-INSENSITIVE2 (EIN2). EIN3, a downstream signalling molecule of EIN2, directly bound the ORE1 and AtNAP promoters and induced their transcription. This suggests that EIN3 positively regulates leaf senescence by activating ORE1 and AtNAP, previously reported as key regulators of leaf senescence. Genetic and gene expression analyses in the ore1 atnap double mutant revealed that ORE1 and AtNAP act in distinct and overlapping signalling pathways. Transient transactivation assays further demonstrated that ORE1 and AtNAP could activate common as well as differential NAC TF targets. Collectively, the data provide insight into an EIN2-mediated senescence signalling pathway that coordinates global gene expression during leaf senescence via a gene regulatory network involving EIN3 and senescence-associated NAC TFs.

Molecular Plant

Arabidopsis VIM Proteins Regulate Epigenetic Silencing by Modulating DNA Methylation and Histone Modification in Cooperation with MET1.

Jeongsik Kim, Jin Hee Kim, Eric J. Richards, Kyung Min Chung, Hye Ryun Woo


Molecular Plant

How do phytochromes transmit the light quality information to the circadian clock in Arabidopsis?

Miji Yeom, Hyunmin Kim, Junhyun Lim, Ah-Young Shin, Sunghyun Hong, Jeong-Il Kim, Hong Gill Nam


PNAS

Young Capillary Vessels Rejuvenate Aged Pancratic Islets

Joana Almaça, Judith Molina, Rafael Arrojo e Drigo, Midhat Abdulreda, Won Bae Jeon, Per-Olof Berggren, Alejandro Caicedo, Hong Gil Nam


Scientific Reports

Gene duplication of type-B ARR transcription factors systematically extends transcriptional regulatory structures in Arabidopsis

Seung Hee Choi, Do Young Hyeon, ll Hwan Lee, Su Jin Park, Seungmin Han, In Chul Lee, Daehee Hwang, Hong Gil Nam


Plant Physiology

Trithorax group protein Oryza sativa trithorax1 controls flowering time in rice via interaction with early heading date3

Sang Chul Choi, Shinyoung Lee, Sung-Ryul Kim, Yang-Seok Lee, Chunyan Liu, Xiaofeng Cao, and Gynheung An*


Plant cell

Quantitative Peptidomics Study Reveals That a Wound-Induced Peptide from PR-1 Regulates Immune Signaling in Tomato

Ying-Lan Chen, Chi-Ying Lee,a Kai-Tan Cheng, Wei-Hung Chang, Rong-Nan Huang, Hong Gil Nam, Yet-Ran Chen


Supramolecular Chemistry

A new selective ‘turn-on’ small fluorescent cationic probe for recognition of RNA in cells

Nisar Ahmed, Bahareh Shirinfar, Vijay Madhav Miriyala, Seong-Kyoon Choi, Kyeong-Min Lee, Won Bae Jeon, Yu Shin Park, Hong Gil Nam


Plant and Cell Physiology

Genetic identification of ACC-RESISTANT2 reveals involvement of LHT1 in the uptake of 1-aminocyclopropane carboxylic acid in Arabidopsis thaliana.

Kihye Shin, Sumin Lee, Won-Yong Song, Rin-A Lee, Inhye Lee, Kyungsun Ha, Ja-Choon Koo, Soonki Park, Hong-Gil Nam, Youngsook Lee, Moon-Soo Soh*




 

A) Review Articles
 B) Research Articles
International
1. Hyo Jung Kim, Sung Hyun Hong, You Wang Kim, Il Hwan Lee, Ji Hyung Jun, Bong-Kwan Phee, Timilsina Rupak, Hana Jeong, Yeonmi Lee, Byoung Seok Hong, Hong Gil Nam*, Hye Ryun Woo*, Pyung Ok Lim* (ene regulatory cascade of senescence-associated NAC transcription factors activated by ETHYLENE-INSENSITIVE2-mediated leaf senescence signalling in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany, doi: 10.1093/jxb/eru112
2. Choi H, Jeong S, Kim DS, Na HJ, Ryu JS, Lee SS, Nam HG, Lim PO, Woo HR (2013) The homeodomain-leucine zipper ATHB23, a phytochrome B-interacting protein, is important for phytochrome B-mediated red light signaling. Physiologia Plantarum. 150(2):308-320
3. Bahareh Shirinfar, Nisar Ahmed, Yu Shin Park, Gun-Sik Cho, Il Seung Youn, Jin-Kwan Han, Hong Gil Nam and Kwang S. Kim.(2013) Selective Fluorescent Detection of RNA in Living Cells by Using Imidazolium-Based Cyclophane. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 135, 90−93
4. Nath K, Phee BK, Jeong S, Lee SY, Tateno Y, Allakhverdiev SI, Lee CH, Nam HG. (2013) Age-dependent changes in the functions and compositions of photosynthetic complexes in the thylakoid membranes of Arabidopsis thaliana. Photosynth Res. 117(1-3):547-56.
5. Woo HR, Kim HJ, Nam HG*, Lim PO*. (2013) Plant leaf senescence and death – regulation by multiple layers of control and implications for aging in general. Journal of Cell Science. 126, 4823–4833
6. Tiwari JN, Kemp KC, Nath K, Tiwari RN, Nam HG, Kim KS. (2013) Interconnected Pt-Nanodendrite/DNA/Reduced-Graphene-Oxide Hybrid Showing Remarkable Oxygen Reduction Activity and Stability. ACS Nano. 7 (10), 9223–9231
7. Shin GW, Na J, Seo M, Chung B, Nam HG, Lee SJ, Jung GY.Anal Chem. (2013) Precise expression profiling by stuffer-free multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification. Anal. Chem. 85 (19), 9383–9389
8. Nath K, Poudyal RS, Eom JS, Park YS, Zulfugarov IS, Mishra SR, Tovuu A, Ryoo N, Yoon HS, Nam HG, An G, Jeon JS, Lee CH. (2013) Loss-of-function of OsSTN8 suppresses the photosystem (PS) II core protein phosphorylation and interferes with PSII repair mechanism in rice (Oryza sativa). The Plant Journal. 76, 675-686
9. Nath K, Jajoo A, Poudyal RS, Timilsina R, Park YS, Aro EM, Nam HG, Lee CH. (2013) Towards a critical understanding of the photosystem II repair mechanism and its regulation during stress conditions. FEBS Letters. 587(21):3372-81.
10. Kim Y, Han S, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Cha JY, Kim WY, Somers D, Putterill J, Nam HG*, Hwang D*. (2013) Balanced Nucleo-cytosolic Partitioning Defines a Spatial Network for Coordination of Circadian Physiology in Plants. Developmental Cell 26(1), 73-85
11. Kim Y, Lim J, Yeom M, Kim H, Kim J, Wang L, Kim WY, Somers D*, Nam HG*. (2013) ELF4 Regulates GIGANTEA Chromatin Access through Subnuclear Sequestration. Cell Reports. 3(3):671-677
12. Rauf M, Arif M, Dortay H, Matallana-Ramírez LP, Waters MT, Nam HG, Lim PO, Mueller-Roeber B, Balazadeh S. (2013) ORE1 balances leaf senescence against maintenance by antagonizing G2-like-mediated transcription. EMBO Rep. 14(4):382-8.
13. Park CW, Hong SM, Kim ES, Kwon JH, Kim KT, Nam HG, Choi KY. (2013) BNIP3 is degraded by ULK1-dependent autophagy via MTORC1 and AMPK. Autophagy 9(3):345-360.
14. Hong SM, Park CW, Cha HJ, Kwon JH, Yun YS, Lee NG, Kim DG, Nam HG, Choi KY. (2013) Rapamycin inhibits both motility through down-regulation of p-STAT3 (S727) by disrupting the mTORC2 assembly and peritoneal dissemination in sarcomatoid cholangiocarcinoma. CLIN EXP METASTAS (CLINICAL & EXPERIMENTAL METASTASIS) 30(2): 177-187.
15. Shirinfar B, Ahmed N, Park YS, Cho GS, Youn IS, Han JK, Nam HG, Kim KS. (2013) Selective fluorescent detection of RNA in living cells by using imidazolium-based cyclophane. J. Am. Chem. Soc.(JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY) 135(1):90-93.
 C) Books and Book Chapters
1. [Book] Hyunmo Choi, Jun-Young Kim, Young Tae Chang and Hong Gil Nam (2013) Part IV. Molecular Biological Techniques. Chapter 21 Forward Chemical Genetics Screening. Arabidopsis Protocols Third Edition Methods in Molecular Biology (Jose J. Sanchez-Serrano Julio Salinas Editor, ISSN 1064-3745). vol.1062: 393-404
 E) Invited Talks
International
1. 23 Apr. 2014: Nam HG, Lim PO, Woo HR, Hwang DH, Multi-dimensionally coordinated shifts of transcriptional programs along the whole life span if leaf in Arabidopsis. The 2014 Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference(Genome assisted biology of crops & model plant systems), Suzhou, China
2. 16 Oct. 2013: Nam HG, Systems biology of plant senescence and death: How do plants know when to die and how to die?. The 6th European Workshop Leaf Senescence, Versailles, France
3. 26 Sep. 2013: Nam HG, Towards a systems approach to understand plant growth and development, Frontiers in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference, Suzhou, China
4. 12 Sep. 2013: Nam HG, Systems biology of plant senescence and death: how do plants know when to die and how to die? Molecular Basis of Aging and Disease, Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference, Suzhou, China; Keynote Speech
5. 02 Jul. 2013: Nam HG, Systems understanding of leaf senescence and lifespan in Arabidopsis. Molecular Plant Scientific mini-symposium and Board meeting, Guilin, China
Domastic
1. 1 April. 2014: Nam HG, 과학에서 배우는 삶, 삶에서 배우는 과학, 2014년 ‘명사와의 만남’, 기능성작물부
2. 22.Jan. 2014: Nam HG, Lim PO, Woo HR, Hwang DH, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Kim JS, Hong SH, Lee SC, Lee SY, Lee JW, Choi SH, Koo HJ, Systems Biology of Plant Senescence and Death: How do plants know when to die and how to die?, The 25 th KSMCB Winter Conference 2014, Yongpyong, Korea
3. 29 Nov. 2013: Nam HG, Systems Biology of Plant Senescence and Death: How do plants know when to die and how to die?. 1st IBS Research Conference, Daejeon, Korea
4. 22 Nov. 2013: Nam HG, Systems Biology of Plant Senescence and Death: How do plants know when to die and how to die?. DGIST Global Innovation Festival 2013, Daegu, Korea
5. 25 Oct. 2013: Nam HG, Toward new biology; Perspectives from plants and others , Department of Biological Sciences, Seoul National University
6. 25 Oct. 2013: Nam HG, 생물학자 관점에서 본 생태도시, 2013 경상북도 건축대전 ‘미래의 생태도시-전통과 미래의 만남’ , Andong Culture & Art Center; 전문가 특강
7. 20 Jun. 2013: Nam HG, Toward new biology; aspects from the plants’ side, 한국식물생명공학회 (The Korean Society for Plant Biotechbiology) 40주년 심포지엄 및 춘계학술발표회, 충남대학교; 기조강연
8. 31 May 2013: Nam HG, Toward “New Biology”: Perspectives from plants and others, Catholic University
9. 24 May 2013: Nam HG, What is “time” in biology?: Systems approach to understand aging, Yeungnam University
10. 3 May 2013: Nam HG, How do plants age, senesce, and die? Research Center for Women’s Diseases, Sookmyung Women’s University, Korea
11. 9 Apr. 2013: Nam HG, Success know-how from the National Scholar for the people in R&D (국가 과학자가 알려주는 R&D 인력의 성공노하우), Training for new employees, Korea Institute of R&DB Human Resource Development (KIRD)
12. 12 Mar. 2013: Nam HG, Toward “New Biology”- Perspectives from plants and others, KAIST, Korea
13. 5 Feb. 2013: Nam HG, Network Structure and Function in Plant Senescence and Lifespan, The 9th KOGO Winter Symposium: Cutting Edge Omics for the Next Generation; Plenary Lecture
14. 24 Jan. 2013: Nam HG, How do plants age, senesce, and die? Genetic and systems understanding, International Conference at POSTECH on Plant Science, POSTECH, Korea
 F) Poster Presentations
International
1. 21-25 Apr. 2014: Kim HJ, Hong SH, Kim YW, Lee IH, Jun JH, Phee BK, Rupak T, Jeong HN, Lee YM, Hong BS, Nam HG, Woo HR, Lim PO, Gene regulatory cascade of senescence-associated nac transcription factors activated by EIN2-mediated leaf senescence signaling in Arabidopsis, The 2014 Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference(Genome assisted biology of crops & model plant systems), Suzhou, China
2. 21-25 Apr. 2014: Kim JH, Kim JS, Woo HR, Jun SE, Lim PO, Nam HG, Kim GT, ORE15, A zinc finger transcription factor positively regulates cell proliferation-dependent organ size and age-associated leaf longevity, The 2014 Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference(Genome assisted biology of crops & model plant systems), Suzhou, China
3. 25-28 Jun. 2013: Lim J, Yeom M, Kim H, Kim Y, Nam HG, The molecular mechanism of ELF4 to regulate GI sub-nuclear distribution, International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Australia
4. 21-25 Jun. 2013: Almaca J, Molina J, Berggren P-O, Caicedo A, Nam HG, Transplantation into young mice reverses aging of pancreatic islets, American Diabetes Association Conference, USA
5. 25-31 May 2013: Phee BK, Kim HJ, Kim YW, Hong BS, Timilsina R, Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Unraveling of combinatorial interaction network for leaf senescence-associated NAC transcription factor in Arabidopsis, Molecular Perspectives on Protein-Protein Interactions, Poland
Domastic
1. 9-11 Oct. 2013: Seo M, Seo K, Hwang W, Yang JS, Kim S, Jang SK, Lee Y, Nam HG, Lee SJ, HEL-1/RNA helicase regulates the lifespan of C.elegans via insulin/IGF-1 signaling pathway, International conference of the Korean society for molecular and cellular biology, Seoul, Korea
2. 24-25 Jan. 2013: Kim Y, Lim J, Yeom M, Kim H, Kim J, Wang L, Kim WY, Somers DE, Nam HG, ELF4 regulates GIGANTEA chromatin access through sub-nuclear sequestration, Winter Conference, POSTECH, Korea
 J) Research Grants
1. 2012 – Present: Academy of New Biology for Plant Senescence and Life History, Institute for Basic Science, Korea (Maximum 10,000,000,000 KRW/Annum)

Complex Biology Research Group, DGIST

A) Review Articles
1. Lim PO, Kim HJ, Nam HG* (2007) Leaf senescence. Annual Review of Plant Biology 58: 115-136. (IF 28.415)
2. Lim PO, Nam HG* (2005) The molecular and genetic control of leaf senescence and longevity in Arabidopsis. Current Topics in Development Biology 67: 49-83. (IF 5.892)
3. Lim PO, Woo HR, Nam HG* (2003) Molecular genetics of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Trends in Plant Science 8(6): 272-278. (IF 10.095)
4. Nam HG* (1997) The molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 8: 200-207. (IF 8.486)
 B) Research Articles
International
1. Lee S, Oh J, Kim D, Kim S, Lee JB*, Nam HG*. (2012) Polarization-Controlled Photoswitching Resolves Dipole Directions with Subwavelength Resolution. Phys Rev Lett 109(24):248101,1-5.
2. Jing HC, Nam HG. (2012) Leaf Senescence in Plants: From Model Plants to Crops, Still so Many Unknowns. J Integr Plant Biol. 54(8):514-5.
3. Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Koo HJ, Hwang D*, Somers D*, Nam HG*. (2012) GIGANTEA and EARLY FLOWERING 4 in Arabidopsis Exhibit Differential Phase-Specific Genetic Influences over a Diurnal Cycle. Molecular Plant 5(3): 678-687.
4. Yang JS, Nam HJ, Seo MH, Han SK, Choi YH, Nam HG, Lee SJ, Kim SG . (2011) OASIS: Online Application for the Survival Analysis of Lifespan Assays Performed in Aging Research. PLoS One 6(8): e23525.
5. Lee IC, Hong SW, Whang SS, Lim PO, Nam HG*, Koo JC*. 2011 Age-dependent action of an ABA-inducible receptor kinase, RPK1, as a positive regulator of senescence in Arabidopsis leaves. Plant and Cell Physiology 52(4): 651-662.
6. Wang Y, Wu JF, Nakamichi N, Sakakibara H, Nam HG, Wu SH. 2011 LIGHT-REGULATED WD1 and PSEUDO-RESPONSE REGULATOR9 form a positive feedback regulatory loop in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell 23(2):486-98.
7. Woo HR, Kim JH, Kim J, Lee U, Song IJ, Lee HY, Nam HG, Lim PO.(2010) The RAV1 transcription factor positively regulates leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Journal of Experimental Botany 61: 3947-3957.
8. Toledo-Ortiz G, Kiryu Y, Kobayashi J, Oka Y, Kim Y, Nam HG, Mochizuki N, Nagatani A (2010) Subcellular sites of the signal transduction and degradation of phytochrome A. Plant and Cell Physiology 51: 1648-1660.
9. Shin GW, Hwang HS, Nam HG, Oh MH, Jung GY. (2010) Sensitive multiplex RNA quantification using capillary electrophoresis-based single-strand conformation polymorphism. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 106(1): 167-172.
10. Lim PO, Lee IC, Kim J, Kim HJ, Ryu JS, Woo HR*, Nam HG*. (2010) Auxin response factor 2 (ARF2) plays a major role in regulating auxin-mediated leaf longevity. Journal of Experimental Botany 61(5): 1419-1430.
11. Kim JY, Henrichs S, Bailly A, Vincenzetti V, Sovero V, Mancuso S, Pollmann S, Kim D*, Geisler M, Nam HG*. (2010) Identification of an ABCB/P-glycoprotein-specific inhibitor of auxin transport by chemical genomics. Journal of Biological Chemistry 285(30): 23309-23317.
12. Shin GW, Cho YS, Hwang HS, Oh MH, Nam HG, Park JH, Jung GY. (2009) A new single-step quantitative pathogen detection system: template-tagging followed by multiplex asymmetric PCR using common primers and CE-SSCP. Electrophoresis 30: 2728-2736.
13. Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim J, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang D, Nam HG*. (2009) Trifurcate feed-forward regulation of age-dependent cell death involving miR164 in Arabidopsis. Science 323(5917): 1053-1057.
14. Jung YJ, Park YS, Yoon KJ, Kong YY, Park JW*, Nam HG*. (2009) Molecule-level imaging of Pax6 mRNA distribution in mouse embryonic neocortex by molecular interaction force microscopy. Nucleic Acids Research 37: e10.
15. Cho D, Kim SA, Murata Y, Lee S, Jae SK, Nam HG, Kwak JM. (2009) De-regulated expression of the plant glutamate receptor homolog AtGLR3.1 impairs long-term Ca2+-programmed stomatal closure. Plant Journal 58: 437-449.
16. Kim J, Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim JH, Nam HG*. (2008) FIONA1 is essential for regulating period length in the Arabidopsis circadian clock. Plant Cell 20: 307-319.
17. Kim HJ, Oh SA, Brownfield L, Hong SH, Ryu H, Hwang I, Twell D*, Nam HG*. (2008) Control of plant germline proliferation by SCF(FBL17) degradation of cell cycle inhibitors. Nature 455: 1134-1137.
18. Hong SH, Kim HJ, Ryu JS, Choi H, Jeong S, Shin J, Choi G, Nam HG*. (2008) CRY1 inhibits COP1-mediated degradation of BIT1, a MYB transcription factor, to activate blue light-dependent gene expression in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 55: 361-371.
19. Yun JY, Mun SJ, Lee SS, Nam HG. (2007) Electric field isolator (EFI) for isolated and electrophoretic manipulation of charged biomolecules. Lab on a Chip 7: 916-919.
20. Lim PO, Kim Y, Breeze E, Koo JC, Woo HR, Ryu JS, Park DH, Beynon J, Tabrett A, Buchanan-Wollaston V, Nam HG*. (2007) Overexpression of a chromatin architecture-controlling AT-hook protein extends leaf longevity and increases the post-harvest storage life of plants. Plant Journal 52: 1140-1153.
21. Koo J, Kim Y, Kim J, Yeom M, Lee IC, Nam HG*. (2007) A GUS/luciferase fusion reporter for plant gene trapping and for assay of promoter activity with luciferin-dependent control of the reporter protein stability. Plant and Cell Physiology 48: 1121-1131.
22. Kim WY, Fujiwara S, Suh SS, Kim J, Kim Y, Han L, David K, Putterill J, Nam HG, Somers DE. (2007) ZEITLUPE is a circadian photoreceptor stabilized by GIGANTEA in blue light. Nature 449: 356-360.
23. Kim SL, Lee S, Kim HJ, Nam HG, An G. (2007) OsMADS51 is a short-day flowering promoter that functions upstream of Ehd1, OsMADS14, and Hd3a. Plant Physiology 145: 1484-1494.
24. Ha CM, Jun JH, Nam HG, Fletcher JC. (2007) BLADE-ON-PETIOLE 1 and 2 control Arabidopsis lateral organ fate through regulation of LOB domain and adaxial-abaxial polarity genes. Plant Cell 19: 1809-1825.
25. Kim HJ, Ryu H, Hong SH, Woo HR, Lim PO, Lee IC, Sheen J, Nam HG*, Hwang I*. (2006) Cytokinin-mediated control of leaf longevity by AHK3 through phosphorylation of ARR2 in Arabidopsis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 103: 814-819.
26. Kim DS, Cho DS, Park WM, Na HJ, Nam HG* .(2006) Proteomic pattern-based analyses of light responses in Arabidopsis thaliana wild-type and photoreceptor mutants. Proteomics 6: 3040-3049.
27. Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kunkel T, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim SH, Fernandez AP, Kim Y, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Nagy F, Lim PO, Song PS, Schafer E, Nam HG*. (2005) Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. Cell 120: 395-406.
28. Buchanan-Wollaston V, Page T, Harrison E, Breeze E, Lim PO, Nam HG, Lin JF, Wu SH, Swidzinski J, Ishizaki K, Leaver CJ .(2005) Comparative transcriptome analysis reveals significant differences in gene expression and signalling pathways between developmental and dark/starvation-induced senescence in Arabidopsis. Plant Journal 42: 567-585. (IF 6.948)
29. Woo HR, Kim JH, Nam HG, Lim PO. (2004) The delayed leaf senescence mutants of Arabidopsis, ore1, ore3, and ore9 are tolerant to oxidative stress. Plant and Cell Physiology 45: 923-932.
30. Ha CM, Jun JH, Nam HG*, Fletcher JC*. (2004) BLADE-ON-PETIOLE1 encodes a BTB/POZ domain protein required for leaf morphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant and Cell Physiology 45: 1361-1370.
31. Goh CH, Jung KH, Roberts SK, McAinsh MR, Hetherington AM, Park YI, Suh K, An G, Nam HG. (2004) Mitochondria provide the main source of cytosolic ATP for activation of outward-rectifying K+ channels in mesophyll protoplast of chlorophyll-deficient mutant rice (OsCHLH) seedlings. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279: 6874-6882.
32. Curtis IS, Nam HG, Sakamoto K .(2004) Optimized shoot regeneration system for the commercial Korean radish ‘Jin Juj Dea Pyong’. Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture 77(1), 81-87.
33. Park DH, Lim PO, Kim JS, Cho DS, Hong SH, Nam HG*. (2003) The Arabidopsis COG1 gene encodes a Dof domain transcription factor and negatively regulates phytochrome signaling. Plant Journal 34: 161-171.
34. Ha CM, Kim GT, Kim BC, Jun JH, Soh MS, Ueno Y, Machida Y, Tsukaya H, Nam HG*. (2003) The BLADE-ON-PETIOLE 1 gene controls leaf pattern formation through the modulation of meristematic activity in Arabidopsis. Development 130: 161-172.
35. Goh CH, Nam HG, Park YS. (2003) Stress memory in plants: a negative regulation of stomatal response and transient induction of rd22 gene to light in abscisic acid-entrained Arabidopsis plants. Plant Journal 36: 240-255.
36. Cho DS, Hong SH, Nam HG, Soh MS. (2003) FIN5 positively regulates far-red light responses in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant and Cell Physiology 44: 565-572.
37. Woo HR, Goh CH, Park JH, Teyssendier de la Serve B, Kim JH, Park YI, Nam HG*. (2002) Extended leaf longevity in the ore4-1 mutant of Arabidopsis with a reduced expression of a plastid ribosomal protein gene. Plant Journal 31: 331-340.
38. Jun JH, Kim CS, Cho DS, Kwak JM, Ha CM, Park YS, Cho BH, Patton DA, Nam HG*. (2002) Random antisense cDNA mutagenesis as an efficient functional genomic approach in higher plants. Planta 214: 668-674.
39. Jun JH, Ha CM, Nam HG*. (2002) Involvement of the VEP1 gene in vascular strand development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant and Cell Physiology 43: 323-330.
40. Goh CH, Dietrich P, Steinmeyer R, Schreiber U, Nam HG, Hedrich R . (2002) Parallel recordings of photosynthetic electron transport and K+-channel activity in single guard cells. Plant Journal 32: 623-630.
41. Curtis IS, Nam HG, Yun JY, Seo KH. (2002) Expression of an antisense GIGANTEA (GI) gene fragment in transgenic radish causes delayed bolting and flowering. Transgenic Research 11: 249-256.
42. Lim PO, Lee U, Ryu JS, Choi JK, Hovanessian A, Kim CS, Cho BH, Nam HG*. (2002) Multiple Virus Resistance in Transgenic Plants Conferred by the Human dsRNA-dependent Protein Kinase. Molecular Breeding 10 (1-2), 11-18.
43. Goh CH, Hedrich R, Nam HG*. (2002) Evidence for the functional organization of chloroplasts in adaxial guard cells of Vicia faba leaves by single cell analysis. Plant Science 162(6), 965-972.
44. Park DH, Yoon SYH, Nam HG, Park JM. (2002) Expression of functional human-cytosolic Cu/Zn superoxide dismutase in transgenic tobacco. Biotechnology Letters 24(9), 681-686.
45. Woo HR, Chung KM, Park JH, Oh SA, Ahn T, Hong SH, Jang SK, Nam HG*. (2001) ORE9, an F-box protein that regulates leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 13: 1779-1790.
46. Lacombe B, Becker D, Hedrich R, DeSalle R, Hollmann M, Kwak JM, Schroeder JI, Le Novere N, Nam HG, Spalding EP, Tester M, Turano FJ, Chiu J, Coruzzi G. (2001) The identity of plant glutamate receptors. Science 292: 1486-1487.
47. Kim SA, Kwak JM, Jae SK, Wang MH, Nam HG*. (2001) Overexpression of the AtGluR2 gene encoding an Arabidopsis homolog of mammalian glutamate receptors impairs calcium utilization and sensitivity to ionic stress in transgenic plants. Plant and Cell Physiology 42: 74-84.
48. Curtis IS, Nam HG. (2001) Transgenic radish (Raphanus sativus L. longipinnatus Bailey) by floral-dip method–plant development and surfactant are important in optimizing transformation efficiency. Transgenic Research 10: 363-371.
49. Lee U, Hong JS, Choi JK, Kim KC, Kim YS, Curtis IS, Nam HG, Lim PO. (2000) Broad bean wilt virus Causes Necrotic Symptoms and Generates Defective RNAs in Capsicum annuum. Phytopathology 90: 1390-1395.
 B) Research Articles
Domastic
1. Ryu JS, Choi HM, Hong SH, Matsusgita T, Nagatani A, Nam HG* (2009) Subcellular partitioning-dependent functional switching of Arabidopsis photoreceptor phytochrome B in response to brassinosteroids. Interdisciplinary Bio Central 1(1), 1-5.
2. Kim JS, Nam HG* (2009) Instrumentation and Software for Analysis of Arabidopsis Circadian Leaf Movement. Interdisciplinary Bio Central 1(5), 1-4.
3. Lim PO, Nam HG (2007) Aging and senescence of the leaf organ. Journal of Plant Biology 50(3), 291-300. (SCIE, IF 0.964)
4. Woo HR, Lee U, Cho SW, Lim PO, Nam HG* (2000) Molecular Genetic Analysis of Leaf Senescence in Arabidopsis. Korean Journal of Plant Tissue Culture 27(4), 259-268.
 C) Books and Book Chapters
1. Kim HJ, Lim PO, Nam HG (2006) Chapter 10. Molecular regulation of leaf senescence. Senescence Processes in Plants. Ed. Susheng Gan, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, p.231-255
2. Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Nooden LD (2003) Chapter 5. Plant cell death processes. Genes that Alter Senescence. Ed. Nooden LD, Elsevier Academic press, p.73-90
3. Translated by Nam HG (2000) Gene Business, Glsarang Publication
4. Kim YS, Nam HG (2000) Bioinformatics in postgenome era. Life Science & Biotechnology No. 15, 5-2, p.20-23
 D) Patents and Patent applications
International
1. Nam HG, Hong SH, Jeong SY, Choi HM, Lee DH, Kim HJ, Method for Manufacturing a Plant Having Promoted or Suppressed Capacity for Receiving Blue Light. PCT/KR2010/001111 (23/02/2010), Europe 10743984.6 (12/09/2011), USA 13/202,979 (23/08/2011), Japan (22/08/2011), China 201080017209.9 (18/10/2011)
2. Nam HG, Kim JS, Park KM, Lee DH, Lim PO, Polypeptide Having a Function of Delaying Flowering and Suppressing Growth, Polynucleotide Encoding the Polypeptide and Uses Thereof. PCT/KR2010/001112 (23/02/2010), China 201080017803.8 (21/10/2011), Japan (22/08/2011), USA 13/202,980 (23/08/2011), Europe 10743985.3 (12/09/2011)
3. Park JW, Nam HG, Jung YJ, Park YS, Molecular Interaction Force Microscopy. USA 12/416,033 (31/03/2009)
4. Nam HG, Choi YH, Kim MJ, Lee JS, Method for Change Seed Productivity of Plant By Controlling the Level of ATSPF3 in Plant. Canada 2,608,097 (12/10/2007), USA 11/907,426 (12/10/2007), USA Reg No. 7,897,836 (01/03/2011)
5. Nam HG, Kim JH, Woo HR, Protein Regulating Leaf Longevity of Plants, The Gene Thereof and Their use. PCT/KR2005/002879 (31/08/2005), China 200580031205.5 (16/03/2007), Japan 2007-529703 (28/02/2007), Japan Reg No.4722929 (15/04/2011), Europe 05781163.0 (28/02/2007), USA 11/574,580 (01/03/2007), USA Reg No. 7,795,501 (14/09/2010)
6. Nam HG, Park DH, Lim PO, Kim JS, Flowering time-controlling gene COG2 isolated from Arabidopsis thaliana. PCT/KR2005/000910 (29/03/2005), USA 10/594.578 (27/09/2006)
7. Nam HG, Ryu JS, Lim PO, Koo JC, Novel phytochrome-interacting protein and a use thereof. PCT/KR2005/000557 (28/02/2005), WO 2005/082931 (09/09/2005), Europe 05710866.4 (25/09/2006), USA 10/590,551 (24/08/2006), Japan 2007-500691(28/02/2005)
8. Nam HG, Lim PO, Cho SH, ORE7, Gene controlling life span of leaves in plants and method for controlling life span of plants using the same. PCT/KR02/01578 (22/08/2002), China 02816505.5 (23/02/2004), CN 1547589A, Europe 02758930.8 (22/08/2002), EP1 436 324 (14/07/2004), Australia 02 758 930.8 (22/08/2002), USA 10/487,225(20/02/2004), US-2005-0055745-A1 (10/03/2005), Reg No. 7,060,875 (Methods for delaying leaf senescence using the ORE7 gene) (13/06/2006)
9. Nam HG, Lim PO, Park DH, Gene Controlling flowering time and method for controlling flowering time in plant using the gene. PCT/KR02/01584 (22/08/2002), USA 10/487,220 (20/02/2004), USA Reg No. 7,217,855 (15/05/2007)
10. Nam HG, Lee SS, Moon SJ, Yun JY, Method and device for electronic control of the spatial location of charged molecules. PCT/KR2001/01019 (14/06/2001), USA 10/344,767 (14/02/2003)
11. Nam HG, Jun JH, Kim CS, Levin JZ, Bauer MW, Amino Acid: Glyoxylate Aminotransferase genes from plants and uses thereof. USA PB/5-31286P1 (2000)
12. Voytas D, Nam HG, Goodman HM, Ausubel F, Retroviral-like transposable element family. USA 07/203,181.
13.Nam HG, Kim HJ, Woo HR, Lee IC, ORE12, Cytokinin receptor AHK3 involved in senescence regulation of plant, mutant thereof and method for delaying senescence of plant using the same. PCT/KR2004/001398 (11/06/2004)
14.Nam HG, Woo HR, ORE9, an F-box protein that regulates leaf longevity in Arabidopsis thaliana. PCT/KR2001/02204 (29/12/2001)
15.Nam HG, Lim PO, Ryu JS, Lee U, Method for generating transgenic plants having multi-virus resistance by expressing ds RNA-dependent protein kinase in the plants. PCT/KR2001/01279 (27/07/2001)
Domastic
1. Lee JB, Nam HG, Lee SS, A method to resolve dipole directions with super-resolution. 10-2012-0136371 (28/11/2012)
2. Nam HG, Kim JY, Kim DW, Jeong SN, Method for Decreasing Biomass of Plant or Repressing Plant Flowering and Compositions Thereof. 10-2009-0014884 (23/02/2009)
3. Nam HG, Park KM, Lee DH, Kim JS, Lim PO, Polypeptide Having a Function of Delaying Flowering and Suppressing Growth, Polynucleotide Encoding the Polypeptide and Uses Thereof. 10-2009-0014883 (23/02/2009), Reg No. 10-1144094 (24/05/2012)
4. Nam HG, Kim HJ, Jeong SY, Lee DH, Hong SH, Choi HM, Method for Manufacturing a Plant Having Promoted or Suppressed Capacity for Receiving Blue Light. 10-2009 0014882 (23/02/2009)
5. Nam HG, Jang YT, Kim JY, Jeong SN, Method for Decreasing Biomass of Plant and the Plant Obtained Thereby. 10-2007-0043089 (03/05/2007), Reg No. 0849651(25/07/2008)
6. Nam HG, Choi YH, Kim MJ, Lee JS, Method for changing seed productivity of plant by controlling the level of AtSPF1 in plant. 10-2007-0036201 (12/04/2007)
7. Nam HG, Lee U, Kim MJ, Choi YH, Method for change seed productivity of plant by controlling the level of AtSPF3 in plant. 10-2007-0036202 (12/04/2007)
8. Nam HG, Kim JY, Method for Screening Chemicals Having an Effect on Plant Growth. 10-2007-0039331 (23/04/2007), Reg No. 0886842 (26/02/2009)
9. Nam HG, Kim JY, Method for Delaying Flowering of Plant and the Plant Obtained Thereby. 2006-0020426 (03/03/2006), Reg No. 0833547 (23/05/2008)
10. Nam HG, You JS, Lim PO, Koo JC, Use of novel phytochrome-interacting protein. 1020040013663 (27/02/2004), Reg No. 0698954 (16/03/2007)
11. Nam HG, Kim JY, Ha HJ, Method for Decreasing Size of Plant and the Plant Obtained Thereby. 2006-0003111 (11/01/2006), Reg No. 0688431 (22/02/2007)
12. Nam HG, Kim JY, Kim JH, Woo HR, Protein regulating leaf longevity of plants, the gene thereof and their use. 10-2004-0068659 (30/08/2004), Reg No. 1077964 (24/10/2011)
13. Nam HG, Lim PO, Kim TH, Kim HJ, Woo HR, Protein regulating leaf longevity of plants, the gene thereof and their use. 10-2004-0068658 (30/08/2004), Reg No. 1053039 (26/07/2011)
14. Nam HG, Kim JH, Woo HR, Protein regulating leaf longevity of plant, gene thereof and use thereof (ORE15). 10-2004-0069454 (01/09/2004), Reg No. 1053036 (26/07/2011)
15. Nam HG, Park DH, Lim PO, Kim JS, Flowering Time-controlling gene COG2 isolated from Arabidopsis thaliana. 10-2004-0021216 (30/03/2004)
16. Nam HG, Hong SH, A protein having the activity of dephosphorylating a phosphorylated SHY2/IAA3, a polynucleotide encoding the same, a vector, cell, plant, plant tissue or seed containing the polynucleotide and a method of producing a plant sensitive to a light signal transduction. 2004-0017164 (13/03/2004)
17. Nam HG, Jo DS, Hong SH, Woo HR, Kim Y, Polypeptide having a function controlling early flowering, polynucleotide coding the polypeptide and their use. 10-2004-0016265 (10/03/2004), Reg No. 1053038 (26/07/2011)
18. Nam HG, Kim HJ, Woo HR, Lee IC, Cytokinin receptor AHK3 involved in senescence regulation of plant, mutant thereof and method for delaying senescence of plant using the same. 10-2003-0037659 (11/06/2003), Reg No.10-0997612 (24/11/2010)
19. Nam HG, Lee SS, Moon SJ, Yun JY, Method and device for electronic control of the spatial location of charged molecules. 2003-7002116 (13/02/2003), Reg No.0473815 (18/02/2005)
20. Nam HG, Woo HR, A protein having a senescence activity of plants and a gene encoding the same. 02-54941 (11/09/2002), Reg No.0499272 (24/06/2005)
21. Nam HG, Lim PO, Cho SH, Method for delaying senescence of plants using the gene regulating leaf longevity in plants. 10-2002-0053997 (07/09/2002), Reg No.0475359 (25/02/2005)
22. Nam HG, Lee SS, Moon SJ, Yun JY, Multiplex nucleic acid amplification device using micro electro mechanical system component and method for constructing same. 10-2002-0014535 (18/03/2002)
23. Lee SS, Nam HG, Moon SJ, Yun JY, Nucleic acid separation device using MEMS component. 10-2002-0045954 (03/08/2002), Reg No. 0441893 (16/07/2004)
24. Nam HG, Chang ML, Lee MH, Korean Sequence Database, Gene-In. Trademark Appl No. 2001-00937 (18/02/2001)
25. Nam HG, Lim PO, Cho SH, Gene controlling life span of leaves in plants and method for controlling life span of plants using the gene (ORE7). 2001-0050774 (22/08/2001), Reg No.0510960 (22/08/2005)
26. Nam HG, Lim PO, Park DH, Gene controlling flowering time and method for controlling flowering time in plants using the gene. 2001-0050773 (22/08/2001), Reg No. 0510959 (22/08/2005)
27. Nam HG, Woo HR, Park JH, Gene ORE4 which regulates leaf longevity in Arabidopsis thaliana and mutant genes thereof. 2001-0051748 (22/08/2001), Reg No.0438887 (24/06/2004)
28. Nam HG, Jun JH, Cho DS, Ha CM, AW131 gene which regulates vascular strand formation in Arabidopsis. 2001-0050747 (22/08/2001)
29. Nam HG, Woo HR, Novel gene encoding an F-box protein which regulates leaf longevity in Arabidopsis thaliana and mutant genes thereof. 2000-078972 (20/12/2000), Reg No. 0350213 (13/08/2002)
30. Nam HG, Lim PO, Ryu JS, Lee U, Method for generating transgenic plants having multi-virus resistance by expressing ds RNA-dependent protein kinase in the plants. 2000-050362 (29/08/2000), Reg No. 0350214 (13/08/2002)
31. Nam HG, Chae SJ, Oh JY, Lee CM, Kim YS, Internet system providing research database and the method thereof. 2000-32386 (13/06/2000)
32. Nam HG, Park DH, Kim YS, Choi YH, Kang BJ, GIGANTEA, Gene controlling the circadian clock and the flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. 99-0041766 (29/09/1999), Reg No. 0319395 (18/12/2001)
 E) Invited Talks
International
1. 11 Dec. 2012: Nam HG, Network structure and function in plant senescence and lifespan. Genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics with the Asian perspective, National Institute of Genetics, Mishima, Japan
2. 9 Oct. 2012: Nam HG, How to understand plant aging and senescence: Genetic and systems approaches. Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Köln, Germany
3. 9 Jul. 2012: Nam HG, Life history and aging of Arabidopsis leaf as revealed by RNA-seq analysis. Gordon Research Conference – Plant Senescence, Easton, MA, USA
4. 12 Feb. 2012: Nam HG, Aging and life history in plants. Gordon Research Conference – Biology of Aging, Ventura, USA
5. 10 Feb. 2012: Nam HG, Programmed aging in plants. Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA
6. 20 Sep. 2011: Nam HG, POSTECH and some thoughts on life science in Korea. Special International Symposium on Asian Network of Genetics, The 83th Annual Meeting of the Genetics Society of Japan, Kyoto University, Japan
7. 4 Mar. 2011: Nam HG, Understanding and controlling plant growth and development: Genetic, systems, and chemical genomic approaches. Storer Lecture, UC Davis (University of California, Davis), USA
8. 28 Oct. 2010: Choi SH, Han SM, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Molecular systems biology of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. 2010 Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.149, China; Plenary Lecture
9. 21 Sep. 2009: Woo HR, Han SM, Kim JH, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Modeling the roles of miRNA164 in determining the age-dependent cell death in plant leaves. The 3rd International Symposium, Optimization and Systems Biology 2009 p.5-10, Zhangjiajie, China; Plenary Lecture
10. 29 May 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Molecule-level imaging of Pax6 mRNA distribution in mouse embryonic neocortex by molecular interaction force microscopy, Westlake International Conference on Personalized Medicine p.32, Hangzhou, China; Plenary Lecture
11. 20 Feb. 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Genetic regulatory mechanism of leaf senescence and age-associated cell death: Many ways to die. The 4th European Senescence Network Meeting, Lapland, Sweden; Plenary Lecture
12. 16 Oct. 2008: Jung YJ, Park YS, Yoon KJ, Kong YY, Park JW, Nam HG, Molecule-level imaging of Pax6 mRNA distribution in mouse embryonic neocortex by molecular interaction force microscopy. AHeDD2008/IPAB2008 Joint Symposium p.58, Tokyo, Japan
13. 20 Jun. 2008: Kim JS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Choi HM, Yeom MJ, Jeong SY, Ryu JS, Kim DS, Nam HG, Dynamic molecular responses of plants to photon. American Society for Photobiology, Burligame, USA
14. 29 Apr. 2008: Kim JH, Lee IC, Choi SH, Lee IH, Nam HG, Molecular genetic understanding of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. An International Symposium: Biotechnology for Better Crops, Energy and Health: ABRC 10th Anniversary, Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center, Taiwan
15. 20 Jun. 2007: Ryu JS, Hong SH, Choi HM, Matsushita T, Nagatani A, Nam HG, Photoreceptor-interacting proteins as immediate facilities for environmental light information processing. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.10, Beijing, China
16. 17 Nov. 2006: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kunkel T, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim SH, Fernandez AP, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Nagy F, Lim PO, Song PS, Schefer E, Nam HG, How phytochrome tunes light signals. The 3rd Asia and Oceania Conference on Photobiology, Beijing, China
17. 18 Jun. 2006: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, How phytochrome tune the light signal flux. The 20th IUBMB International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the 11th FAOBMB Congress (IUBMB), Kyoto, Japan
18. 6 Mar. 2006: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. Korea-Hungary Joint Seminar on Plant Genomic, Budapest, Hungary
19. 20 Sep. 2004: Lim PO, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Jun Yung Kim, Lee IC, Nam HG, Molecular genetic understanding of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Canberra, Australia
20. 28 Jul. 2004: Kim HJ, Hong SH, Lee IC, Woo HR, Sheen J, Hwang ID, Nam HG, ORE12, a histidine kinase receptor that regulates leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 7th Korea-Germany Joint Symposium. Max-Planck-Institute of Plant Breeding Research, Germany
21. 24 Jun. 2004: Kim HJ, Lim PO, Woo HR, Lee IC, Hong SH, Nam HG, Involvement of cytokinin signaling components in control of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. 2004 Gordon Research Conference (Plant Senescence), Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, USA
22. 5 Jun. 2004: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Control of interaction between phytochromes and a downstream signal transducer by phosphorylation status of phytochrome. The 58th Yamada Conference: Light sensing and signal transduction in plant photomorphogenesis, Japan
23. 10 Sep. 2003: Kim DS, Koo JC, Jun JH, Park WM, Lee IC, Na HJ, Kim GJ, Choi YH, Lim PO, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional genes through proteomic analysis of promoter trap lines in Arabidopsis. International Conference on Bioinformatics, Penang, Malaysia
24. 8 Sep. 2003: Jung DS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in Korea. International Conference on Bioinformatics, Penang, Malaysia
25. 28 May 2003: Kim DS, Jun JH, Park WM, Lee IC, Na HJ, Kim GG, Lim PO, Nam HG, Promoter trap lines and proteomic analysis in Arabidopsis. RIKEN GSC International Symposium (New Frontiers in Plant Functional Genomics), Yokohama, Japan
26. 10 Apr. 2003: Lim PO, Woo HR, Jo SW, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Kim JY, Lee IC, Nam HG, Molecular genetic understanding of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Keystone Symposia (Plant Biology : Functions and Control of Cell Death), Utah, USA
27. 15 Feb. 2002: Nam HG, Molecular and genetic analyses of Arabidopsis mutants that display delayed senescence symptoms. Tokyo Agriculture University, Japan
28. 14 Feb. 2002: Nam HG, How plants age and die? Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
29. 14 Feb. 2002: Nam HG, Molecular and genetic analyses of Arabidopsis mutants that display delayed senescence symptoms. RIKEN, Japan
30. 11 Feb. 2002: Tsukaya H, Nam HG, Machida Y, Polarities in leaf shape: polar cell elongation, central axis and meristematic activities in leaf blades. Workshop on Leaf Development, National Institute for Basic Biology, Japan
31. 23 Mar. 2001: Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Some new insights into understanding of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Plant Physiologists, Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, Japan
32. 31 Jul. 2000: Nam HG, Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. The 5th Korea-Germany Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnolog, ScholB Ringberg, Germany
33. 22 Jul. 2000: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. The 14th Japan-Korea Joint Symposium of Plant Science, University of Shizuoka, Japan
34. 16 Jul. 2000: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. Gordon Research Conference, Plymouth State College, USA
35. 24 Jun. 2000: Lee U, Woo HR, Lim PO, Park JH, Nam HG, Analysis of Arabidopsis mutants that confer delayed senescence symptoms or prolonged longevity. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Domastic
1. 26 Nov. 2012: Nam HG, Do science with your heart, Korea Science Academy, Busan, Korea
2. 15 Nov. 2012: Nam HG, Another challenge, DGIST – its dauntless future, The assembly of key figures in local economy, DGIST, Korea
3. 2 Nov. 2012: Nam HG, How do plants age, senesce, and die? Genetic and systems understanding. 2012 Inter-Academy Seoul Science Forum: Innovation & Sustainability, Seoul, Korea
4. 26 Oct. 2012: Nam HG, Network structure and function in plants. International Plant Molecular Biology Congress, Jeju, Korea
5. 18 Sep. 2012: Nam HG, Learning the law of nature and the value and delight of life science from curiosity about the development, aging and death of plants (Lecture for the new employees at science-related institutes). Yesan, Korea
6. 15 Sep. 2012: Nam HG, The birth of a scientist. Daegu Science Festival, Korea
7. 14 Jun. 2012: Nam HG, Aging and death as a life history strategy in plants and others. The 11th International Conference of the Korean Society for Gerontology, Korean National Institute of Health; Plenary Lecture
8. 2 Dec. 2011: Nam HG, Learning the law of nature and the value and delight of life science from curiosity about the development, aging and death of plants. Kangwon National University, Korea
9. 1 Nov. 2011: Nam HG, New waves of life sciences: perspectives from plants. National Cancer Center, Korea
10. 27 Jun. 2011: Nam HG, Learning the law of nature and the value and delight of life science from curiosity about the development, aging and death of plants. Rural Development Administration, Korea
11. 13 Jan. 2011: Choi SH, Han SM, Kim JY, Lee IH, Choi HM, Woo HR, Lim PO, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Understanding and controlling plant growth and development: Genetic, systems, and chemical genomic approaches. APBC2011 Conference p.45, Incheon, Korea; Plenary Lecture
12. 23 Oct. 2010: Kim YM, Choi HM, Han SM, Yeom MJ, Jeong SY, Kim HM, Lim JH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, How photons control growth and shape of plants: a case of spatially coded network of molecules. The 7th Korea-Japan Symposium on Frontier Photoscience 2010, Daegu, Korea; Plenary Lecture
13. 27 Sep. 2010: Nam HG, Modeling senescence and death in Plant leaves. The 10th Biennial Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology p.22, Jinju, Korea
14. 30 Aug. 2010: Nam HG, Dynamic molecular responses of plant to photons. Korean Society of Photoscience Symposium, Daejeon, Korea
15. 26 Aug. 2010: Choi SH, Han SM, Kim JY, Lee IH, Choi HM, Woo HR, Lim PO, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Understanding and controlling plant growth: Systems and chemical genomic approaches. The Commemorative International Symposium for the 50th Anniversary of KSABC p.123-4, Gyeongju, Korea; Plenary Lecture
16. 20 Aug. 2010: Kim JY, Choi SH, Choi HM, Kim JH, Han SM, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, How to understand and control plant growth: Genetics, systems and chemical genomics approaches. The 65th Korean Association of Biological Sciences Conference p.14, Seoul, Korea
17. 6 Jul. 2010: Nam HG, Temporal, spatial, and systems-level control of plant growth and development. The 5th Workshop on Interdisciplinary Sciences, Gwacheon, Korea
18. 29 May 2010: Nam HG, How to control plant growth: Genetics, systems and chemical genomics approaches. Korean Society for Horticultural Science Spring Symposium, Suwon, Korea
19. 29 Apr. 2010: Kim JY, Lee DH, Choi SH, Han SM, Kim JH, Woo HR, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Understanding and controlling plant growth: Systems and chemical genomic approaches. Sungkyunkwan University Seminar, Suwon, Korea
20. 14 Apr. 2010: Kim JH, Han SM, Kim JY, Choi SH, Woo HR, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Understanding and controlling plant growth: Systems and chemical genomic approaches. Crop Functional Genomics p.13, Jeju, Korea
21. 1 Apr. 2010: Nam HG, Competitive journal writing in the field of bio-medical interdisciplinary sciences. The 3rd Workshop on Interdisciplinary Sciences p.33-85, Daejeon, Korea
22. 4 Nov. 2009: Kim JH, Han SM, Choi SH, Woo HR, Lee IH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Modeling senescence and death in plant leaves. CBI-KSBSB Joint Conference p.47, Busan, Korea; Plenary Lecture
23. 15 Oct. 2009: Han SM, Kim JH, Choi SH, Woo HR, Lee IC, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Architecture and dynamics of aging and death pathway in plant leaves. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Conference p.139, Seoul, Korea
24. 25 Sep. 2009: Nam HG, Senescence and death in plant. Chungnam National University International Symposium (Bioenergy & Bioresources: the present and the future), Daejeon, Korea; Plenary Lecture
25. 20 Jun. 2009: Nam HG, Science, natural science, plant science: The value and flow thereof, and some examples. Seoul Science High School. Seoul, Korea
26. 15 May 2009: Choi SH, Han SM, Kim JH, Lim PO, Lee IC, Hwang DH, Nam HG, The genetic and mathematical understanding of aging and death in Arabidopsis thaliana, Chonnam National University Seminar, Gwangju, Korea
27. 12 May 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Trifurcate feed-forward regulation of age-dependent cell death by EIN2 through miR164 and a NAC transcription factor in Arabidopsis. The 66Th KSBMS Annual Meeting p.16, Seoul, Korea
28. 28 Apr. 2009: Nam HG, Science, natural science, life science and plant science: The value and flow thereof, and some examples. The press corps of Science Academy, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea
29. 16 Apr. 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Molecular characters of plant development. KILIS Forum, KIST, Seoul, Korea
30. 25 Mar. 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Complex genetic network of leaf senescence and age-associated cell death: Trifurcate feed-forward regulation involving a NAC transcription factor, miR164, and EIN2 in Arabidopsis. The 9Th Annual International Proteomics Conference, Seoul, Korea
31. 20 Mar. 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Han SM, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Trifurcate feed-forward regulation of age-dependent cell death involving miR164 in Arabidopsis. International Workshop on Discovering Patterns in Biology p.19, Kyungju, Korea; Plenary Lecture
32. 16 Feb. 2009: Park YS, Lee SS, Nam HG, Imaging in systems biology. The 1st Work on FEL Science: Coherent Intense X-rays in Physics and Biology p.1, Jeju, Korea
33. 15 Jan. 2009: Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JS, Lim PO, Lee IC, Choi SH, Hwang DH, Nam HG, Trifurcate feed-forward regulation of age-dependent cell death involving mir164 in Arabidopsis. The 2nd Koran-German Joint Symposium, Seoul, Korea
34. 5 Jul. 2006: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. The 8th Biennial Korea-Germany Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Jinju, Korea
35. 1 Nov. 2005: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. The 4th Korea-USA Joint Seminar, Seoul, Korea
36. 9 Jun. 2005: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. The 12th Korean Society of Photoscience Conference p.21, Korea Basic Science Institute
37. 10 Jun. 2004: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Light signal flux of phytochromes is modulated by phosphorylation status of phytochromes that is controlled by autophosphorylation and a specific phosphatase. The 14th International Congress on Photobiology p.92, Jeju, Korea
38. 4 Jun. 2004: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Light signal flux of phytochromes is modulated by phosphorylation status of phytochromes that is controlled by autophosphorylation and a specific phosphatase. The 5th Kumho Science International Award and Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No. 9, Seoul, Korea
39. 7 Apr. 2004: Lim PO, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Jun Yung Kim, Lee IC, Nam HG, Molecular genetic understanding of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Crop Functional Genomics p.49, Jeju, Korea
40. 25 Mar. 2004: Kim DS, Koo JC, Jun JH, Park WM, Lee IC, Na HJ, Kim GJ, Choi YH, Lim PO, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional genes through proteomic analysis of promoter trap lines in Arabidopsis. KHUPO 4th Annual International Proteomics Conference, Seoul National University, Korea
41. 22 Oct. 2003: Kim DS, Koo JC, Jun JH, Park WM, Lee IC, Na HJ, Kim GJ, Choi YH, Lim PO, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional genes through proteomic analysis of promoter trap lines in Arabidopsis. Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering Fall Symposium: Functional Proteomics, Seoul, Korea
42. 13 Jun. 2003: Cho DS, Hong SH, Ryu JS, Park DH, Furuya M, Soh MS, Nam HG, Unveiling the genetic components involved in light-regulated developmental control in Arabidopsis. Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No.8, Seoul, Korea
43. 18 Oct. 2002: Jung DS, Nam HG, The development of new technology in bioinformatics: Seminar on technological innovation for industrial foundation. Seoul, Korea
44. 2 May 2002: Jung DS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in Korea: Bioinformatics Technology 2002, Seoul, Korea
45. 12 Apr. 2002: Jung DS, Nam HG, The establishment and management of database for the various genetic resources of model plants. Korean Academy of Science Technology
46. 12 Mar. 2002: Jung DS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in plant genome analysis, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Chungnam National University, Korea
47. 16 Nov. 2001: Nam HG, Random antisense cDNA mutagenesis as an efficient functional genomic approach in higher plants. International Symposium on Functional Proteomics and Genomics, POSTECH Biotech Center, Korea
48. 27 Sep. 2001: Jung DS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics for biological resources. Rural Development Administration, Korea
49. 31 Aug. 2001: Woo HR, Lim PO, Jo SH, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Lee SY, Nam HG, Some new insights into understanding of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. The 1st International Symposium on Plant Metabolism, Kyunghee University, Korea
50. 27 Jul. 2001: Jun JH, Nam HG, Random antisense cDNA mutagenesis as an efficient functional genomics approach in higher plants. Kumho Science International Award Ceremony and Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No. 6, Seoul, Korea
51. 25 May 2001: Nam HG, Biotechnology-genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics. The 24th Korean Society of Medical Biological and Engineering Spring Symposium, Gyeongju, Korea
52. 23 Feb. 2001: Kim JH, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in cancer research. Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
53. 12 Feb. 2001: Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of senescence in plant. Seoul, Korea
54. 24 Nov. 2000: Jun JH, Nam HG, Random antisense cDNA mutagenesis as an efficient functional genomic approach in higher plants. AEARU Workshop, POSTECH Accelerator Laboratory, Korea
55. 3 Nov. 2000: Woo HR, Lee U, Cho SW, Lim PO, Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Korea-Canada Joint Symposium on Plant Life Science: Prospect and Commercialization of Biotechnology Industry in 21st Century, Korea-Canada Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Korean Society for Plant Biotechnology
56. 27 Oct. 2000: Nam HG, The advancement of bioindustry. The 55th Korean Association of Biological Sciences Conference Workshop, Paichai University, Korea
57. 26 Oct. 2000: Nam HG, Functonal genomics in plants for isolation of stress-related genes. Symposium on the current status and future direction for isolation of stress-related genes. National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, Suwon, Korea
58. 23 Jun. 2000: Nam HG, 21st century and the bio revolution, Debate on Bioindustry, Ministry of Knowledge Economy, Korea
59. 8 Jun. 2000: Kim YS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in cancer research. The 26th Annual Congress of Korean Cancer Association, Korea
60. 31 May 2000: Nam HG, Biotech industry’s today and tomorrow. Ministry of Strategy and Finance Seminar, Korea
 E) Oral Presentations
International
1. 11-13 Oct. 2007: Kim YM, Kim JS, Yeom MJ, Nam HG, Interaction dynamics of GIGANTEA in Arabidopsis. p.23, Biology in Motion, Evian, France
2. 23-26 Mar. 2001: Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Some new insights into understanding of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. 2001 Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Plant Physiologists, Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, Japan
3. 31 Jul.-2 Aug. 2000: Nam HG, Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. The 5th Korean-German Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Scholss Ringberg, Germany
4. 22-24 Jun. 2000: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. The 14th Japan∙Korea Joint Symposium of Plant Science, University of Shizuoka, Japan
5. 16-21 Jul. 2000: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. Gordon Research Conference 2000, Plymouth State College, USA
6. 24-28 Jun. 2000: Lee U, Woo HR, Lim PO, Park JH, Nam HG, Analysis of Arabidopsis mutants that confer delayed senescence symptoms or prolonged longevity. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
Domastic
1. 11 Oct. 2011: Nam HG, Molecular systems biology of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. Symposium on Genetics of Aging and Life History, POSTECH Biotech Center, Pohang, Korea
2. 8-9 Jul. 2009: Nam HG, New developments in molecular imaging. Korea-Czech Joint Nano Workshop, Pohang, Korea
3. 17-18 Oct. 2005: Ryu JS, Kim JI, Kim BC, Cho DS, Hong SH, Kim YM, Alonso JM, Ecker JR, Song PS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Phytochrome-specific type 5 phosphatase controls light signal flux by enhancing phytochrome stability and affinity for a signal transducer. The 17th Annual Meeting of The KSMCB, Seoul, Korea
4. 12 Oct. 2001: Woo HR, Lim PO, Jo SH, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Lee SY, Nam HG, Some new insights into understanding of aging and senescence in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Spring Conference, Seoul, Korea
5. 25-26 May 2001: Nam HG, Biotechnology-genomics, proteomics, and bioinformatics. The 24th KOSOMBE Spring Conference, Gyeongju, Korea
6. 3 Nov. 2000: Woo HR, Lee U, Cho SW, Lim PO, Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Korea-Canada Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology: Prospect and Commercialization of Biotechnology Industry in 21st Century, Chungbuk National University, Korea
7. 26 Oct. 2000: Nam HG, Functional genomics in plants for isolation of stress-related genes. Syposium on the current status and the future direction for isolation of stress-related genes, National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, Korea
8. 8-9 Jun. 2000: Kim YS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics in cancer research. The 26th Annual Congress of Korean Cancer Association, Korea
9. 17 May 2000: Nam HG, Plant functional genomics. Symposium on Chemical Biology, POSTECH, Korea
 F) Poster Presentations
International
1. 9-13 Oct. 2012: Seo M, Lee SJ, Nam HG, RNA helicases that influence the lifespan of C. elegans, Molecular Genetics of Aging, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, USA
2. 8-13 Jul. 2012: Lim PO, Woo HR, Lee B, Koo HJ, Jun JH, Choi SH, Lee I, Park SJ, Kim YW, Lee SH, Hwang D, Nam HG, Transcriptome analysis of Arabidopsis leaf life history and aging. Gordon Research Conference – Plant Senescence, Easton, MA, USA
3. 3-7 Jul. 2012: Jeong S, Choi H, Pham NV, Ryu JS, Nam HG, Novel function of nuclear- encoded chloroplast protein in nucleus. The 23rd International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR) 2012, Vienna, Austria
4. 30 May-4 Jun. 2012: Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Koo HJ, Hwang D, Somers D, Nam HG, GIGANTEA and EARLY FLOWERING 4 in Arabidopsis exhibit differential phase-specific genetic influences over a diurnal cycle. The 77th Cold Spring Harbor Symposium – Biology of Plants, NY, USA
5. 10-12 Oct. 2011: Lee I, Park SJ, Woo HR, Lim PO, Wang XJ, Nam HG, Endogenous siRNA derived from natural cis-antisense transcripts regulate leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. Cell Symposia: Regulatory RNAs, Chicago, USA
6. 22-26 Jun. 2011: Yang JS, Nam HJ, Seo M, Han SK, Choi YH, Nam HG, Lee SJ, Kim SG, OASIS, an open-access and user-friendly online application for survival analysis. The 18th International C. elegans Meeting 276A, University of California, LA, USA
7. 12-18 Jun. 2011: Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Park GS, Nam HG, Systems approach of circadian clock networking in Arabidopsis thaliana. Gordon Research Conference – Chronobiology, Lucca, Italy
8. 12-18 Jun. 2011: Kim Y, Yeom M, Lim J, Kim H, Kim JS, Wang L, Kim WY, Somers D, Nam HG, ELF4 regulates a subnuclear distribution of GI to modulate chromatin accessibility. Gordon Research Conference – Chronobiology, Lucca, Italy
9. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Kim JY, Choi H, Geisler M, Nam HG, Chemical genetic approach for understanding plant physiology and development. 2010 Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.19, China
10. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Jeong S, Choi H, Nam HG, Systematic identification of wavelength-dependent Phytochrome B Interactomes. Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.49, China
11. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Kim JS, Wang L, Kim WY, Lim J, Somers D, Hwang D, Nam HG, Spatially coded functional and mechanistic differentiation of GI and ELF4 in Arabidopsis. Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.54, China
12. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Koo JC, Lee IC, Kim Y, Lee I, Kim JH, Choi SH, Hong SH, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Age-dependent cell death by a receptor kinase with endocytosis of superoxide vesicle in Arabidopsis. Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.61, China
13. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Kim Y, Lim J, Yeom M, Kim H, Park KS, Nam HG, The patterns of GIGANTEA nuclear distribution in response to photoperiod. Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.68, China
14. 25-29 Oct. 2010: Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Park KS, Nam HG, Systems approach of the circadian clock system in Arabidopsis thaliana. Cold Spring Harbor Asia Conference: From Plant Biology to Crop Biotechnology p.110, China
15. 6-10 Jun. 2010: Kim Y, Lim J, Yeom M, Kim H, Nam HG, Subnuclear distribution of GIGANTEA in response to photoperiod. The 21th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Yokohama, Japan
16. 6-10 Jun. 2010: Jeong S, Choi H, Ryu JS, Nam HG, Novel function of nucleus-encoding chloroplast protein in the nucleus. The 21th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.163, Yokohama, Japan
17. 23-26 Feb. 2010: Lee IC, Lee I, Choi SH, Nam HG, Functional analysis of SOR12, a novel regulator of Cytokinin-mediated leaf senescence and cell death. International Conference Molecular Aspects of Plant Development p.63, Vienna, Austria
18. 4-6 Nov. 2009: Park YS, Kim JS, Seo M, Jung YJ, Yoon KJ, Kong YY, Park JW, Nam HG, Molecule-level imaging of mRNA distribution in a biological tissue sample and study on RNA-based biological network. 2009 CBI-KSBSB Joint Conference p.113, Busan, Korea
19. 4-6 Nov. 2009: Kim S, Zare RN, Nam HG, Single-cell analysis of cyanobacteria on microfluidic devices. CBI-KSBSB Joint Conference p.177, Busan, Korea
20. 4-6 Nov. 2009: Han SM, Kim JH, Lee IH, Hwang D, Nam HG, Decoding the roles of miRNA 164 in determining the age-dependent cell death in plant leaves by mathematical modeling. CBI-KSBSB Joint Conference p.193, Busan, Korea
21. 4-6 Nov. 2009: Choi SH, Han SM, Hwang D, Nam HG, The network modulation mechanisms of Arabidopsis response regulators in cytokinin signal transduction. CBI-KSBSB Joint Coference p.195, Busan, Korea
22. 30 Jun.- 4 Jul. 2009: Yeom M, Kim JS, Kim Y, Kim H, Nam HG, FIONA1 controls the CONSTANS (CO) and FLOWERING LOCUS C (CO). The 20th International Conference on Arabidopsis research, Edinburgh, UK
23. 16-18 Feb. 2009: Jung YJ, Park YS, Yoon KJ, Kong YY, Park JW, Nam HG, Molecule-level imaging of Pax6 mRNA distribution in mouse embryonic neoccrtex by molecular interaction force microscopy. The 1st Workshop on FEL Science: Coherent Intense X-rays in Physics and Biology p.21, Jeju, Korea
24. 23-27 Jul. 2008: Ryu JS, Hong SH, Choi H, Jeong S, Nagatani A, Nam HG, Dynamic molecular response by Phytochrome B. The 19th International Conference on Arabidopsis research p.114, Montreal, Canada
25. 23-27 Jul. 2008: Choi SH, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Lee IC, Lee I, Nam HG, Network bio-dynamics of Arabidopsis response regulators. The 19th International Conference on Arabidopsis research p.114, Montreal, Canada
26. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Kim Y, Kim JS, Yeom M, Nam HG, Characterization of GIGANTEA expression patterns in the nucleus. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.161, Beijing, China
27. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Kim JY, Jeong SN, Min JK, Chang YT, Nam HG, Regulation of plant development by chemicals, identified through the chemical genetic approach. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.70, Beijing, China
28. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Yeom M, Kim JS, Kim Y, Nam HG, Molecular architecture of circadian clock system in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.178, Beijing, China
29. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Ryu JS, Hong SH, Choi H, Jeong S, Nam HG, Understanding of light signaling through photoreceptor-interacting proteins in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.210, Beijing, China
30. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Choi SH, Kim HJ, Lee IC, Nam HG, Bio-dynamics of cytokinin response regulators in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.198, Beijing, China
31. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Lee IC, Kim HJ, Choi SH, Nam HG, SOR12 is an essential component of cytokinin-mediated delay of leaf senescence. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.130, Beijing, China
32. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Kim JH, Kim HJ, Lee IC, Choi SH, Nam HG, A genetic understanding of aging and senescence of leaf organ in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.70, Beijing, China
33. 20-23 Jun. 2007: Kim JS, Kim Y, Yeom M, Nam HG, An essential role of FlONA1 for circadian clock function in Arabidopsis. The 18th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.161, Beijing, China
34. 27 Sep.- 1 Oct. 2006: Kim Y, Kim JS, Yeom M, Nam HG, Characterization of GIGANTEA nuclear bodies in Arabidopsis. Dynamic Organization of Nuclear Function p.80, New York, USA
35. 28 Jun.- 2 Jul. 2006: Lee IC, Kim HJ, Kim TH, Choi SH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of SOR12, a novel regulator of cytokinin-mediated leaf senescence. The 17th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.398, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
36. 28 Jun.- 2 Jul. 2006: Kim JS, Kim Y, Park DH, Lim PO, Yeom M, Nam HG, COG1, cogwheel in light signaling represses photoperiodic flowering time in Arabidopsis by an antagonistic interaction with GIGANTEA. The 17th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.396, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
37. 15-19 Jun. 2005: Lim PO, Kim HJ, Kim JH, Lee IC, Lee YJ, Nam HG, Regulatory genes of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 16th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
38. 15-19 Jun. 2005: Kim JS, Park DH, Kim Y, Lim PO, Nam HG, Overexpression of COG1 represses photoperiodic flowering irrespectively on circadian clock in Arabidopsis. The 16th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
39. 28 Jun.-2 Jul. 2002: Ha CM, Kim GT, Kim BC, Jun JH, Soh MS, Ueno Y, Machida Y, Tsukaya H, Nam HG, The BLADE-ON PETIOLE gene is required for maintenance of the determinate state of organs in Arabidopsis. XIII International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos Sevilla, Spain
40. 28 Jun.- 2 Jul. 2002: Kim HJ, Cho SH, Lim PO, Woo HR, Nam HG, Molecular and genetic analyses of Arabidopsis mutants that display delayed senescence symptoms. XIII International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Palacio de Exposiciones y Congresos Sevilla, Spain
41. 6-9 Mar. 2001: Ha CM, Kim GT, Kim BC, Jun JH, Lee U, Ueno Y, Machida Y, Tsukaya H, Nam HG, The BLP gene is required for maintenance of the determinate state in leaves. The 46th International NIBB Conference: Genetics and Epigenetics, Okazaki, Japan
Domastic
1. 21-26 Oct. 2012: Jeong SY, Choi HM, Pham NV, Soh MS, Nam HG, Novel mechanism of underlying nuclear-localized metabolic enzyme actions. IPMB, Jeju, Korea
2. 21-26 Oct. 2012: Choi SH, Han SM, Lee IC, Lee IH, Park SJ, Woo HR, Lim PO, Hwang DH, Nam HG, A network modulation mechanism based on entanglement of negative feedback loops in Arabidopsis. IPMB, Jeju, Korea
3. 21-26 Oct. 2012: Kim YW, Phee BK, Hong BS, Rupak T, Lee IC, Choi SH, Lee IH, Park SJ, Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Combinational approaches to understanding of leaf senescence-associated NAC transcriptional regulatory network in Arabidopsis. IPMB, Jeju, Korea
4. 21-26 Oct. 2012: Kim Y, Yeom M, Kim H, Lim J, Koo HJ, Hwang D, Somers D, Nam HG, Differential genetic interaction between GI and ELF4 over a diurnal cycle in Arabidopsis circadian clock. IPMB, Jeju, Korea
5. 6-7 Oct. 2011: Seo MH, Nam HG, Lee SJ, The role of RNA helicase in the regulation of lifespan in C.elegans. The 23rd Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology, Seoul, Korea
6. 11-14 Jan. 2011: Choi SH, Han SM, Lee IH, Park SJ, Hwang DH, Woo HR, Lim PO, Nam HG, Systematic analysis of two component signaling systems in Arabidopsis. APBC2011 Conference p.305, Incheon, Korea
7. 27-29 Aug 2008: Lee IC, Kim JH, Choi SH, Lee IH, Nam HG, Characterization of SOR12, a novel regulator of cytokinin-mediated leaf senescence. p.108, Crop Functional Genomics Center Workshop, Chungmu, Korea
8. 15-16 Nov 2007: Jung YJ, Park YS, Yoon KJ, Kong YY, Park JW, Nam HG, Nanoscale 2-D image of Pax6 mRNA in a mouse embryonic tissue by picoforce AFM. The 8th International Conference of Korean Society for Bioinformatics (BIOINFO 2007) p.200, Seoul, Korea
9. 6-10 Oct 2007: Kim DS, Ryu JS, Choi HM, Nam HG, Phytochrome B Interactome. HUPO 6th Annual World Congress p.283, Seoul, Korea
10. 21-23 Jun 2006: Lee YJ, Nam HG, A systematic proteomic study of leaf development in Arabidopsis thaliana. Crop Functional Genomics p.89, Seoul, Korea
11. 21-23 Jun 2006, Kim YM, Kim JS, Yeom MJ, Cho DS, Nam HG, Regulation of flowering time by Arabidopsis 9AX2. Crop Functional Genomics p.66, Seoul, Korea
12. 21-23 June 2006: Kim JS, Kim YM, Park DH, Lim PO, Yeom MJ, Nam HG, COG1, Cogwheel in light signaling represses photoperiodic flowering time in Arabidopsis by an antagonistic interaction with GIGANTEA. Crop Functional Genomics p.65, Seoul, Korea
13. 21-23 Jun 2006: Lim PO, Kim TH, Kim HJ, Lee IC, Woo HR, Nam HG, ARF2, A positive component of the leaf senescence pathway in Arabidopsis thaliana. Crop Functional Genomics p.58, Seoul, Korea
14. 21-23 Jun 2006: Koo JC, Pyo MH, Rho SM, Lee YJ, Kim JS, Lee IC, Kim JH, Seo KH, Lee DH, Nam HG, Discovery of genes controlling senescence and photoperiodic flowering through functional genomics approach and their application in improving plant yield. Crop Functional Genomics p.52, Seoul, Korea
15. 10-15 Jun 2004: Kim JS, Park DH, Lim PO, Min SL, Nam HG, Role of the COG2 gene in the control of photoperiodic flowering and photomorphogenic responses in Arabidopsis. 14th International Congress on Photobiology p.237, Jeju, Korea
16. 10-15 Jun 2004: Hong SH, Kim BC, Furuya M, Nam HG, SIM1, a SHY2/IAA3 interacting molecule, is a protein phosphatase 2C that mediates light signal transduction in Arabidopsis. 14th International Congress on Photobiology p.232, Jeju, Korea
17. 7-10 Apr 2004: Koo JC, Kim DS, Kim KJ, Rho SM, Lee YJ, Jun JH, Park WM, Lee IC, Na HJ, Lim PO, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional genes through proteomic analysis of promoter trap lines in Arabidopsis. Crop Functional Genomics p.153, Jeju, Korea
18. 7-10 Apr 2004: Nam HG, Kim JH, Woo HR, Kim JY, Lee U, Characterization of Arabidopsis mutants that exhibit delayed senescence symptoms isolated from activation tagging pool. Crop Functional Genomics p.150, Jeju, Korea
19. 17-18 Oct 2002: Lee SY, Kim JY, Lim PO, Kim JH, Nam HG, Isolation of the regulators controlling leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.301, Seoul, Korea
20. 17-18 Oct 2002: Kim JH, Woo HR, Nam HG, Response to oxidative stress in delayed leaf senescence Arabidopsis mutant – ORE1, ORE3 and ORE9. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.289, Seoul, Korea
 G) Attend Societies
1. 2000 – Present: Genomine Inc. a) Transfer of technology of isolating the gene which controls aging, and the applications of patents b) Jul. 2002: Transfer of technology of plant gene expression through RNAi, and free transfer of vectors
2. 1997 – 2000: Establishment of Academic-industrial Consortium (with Seoul-Hannong-Hungnong Horticulture)
 H) Conference Proceedings
1. 8-9 Jul. 2002: Cho DS, Hong SH, Park DH, Ryu JS, Kim JS, Nam HG, Unveiling how light affects various developmental aspects in Arabidopsis. The 6th Biennial Korea-Germany Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Korea
2. 6-9 Mar. 2001: Ha CM, Kim GT, Kim BC, Jun JH, Lee U, Ueno Y, Machida Y, Tsukaya H, Nam HG, The BLP gene is required for maintenance of the determinate state in leaves. The 46th International NIBB Conference on Genetics and Epigenetics, Okazaki Conference Center, Japan
 I) Academic-industrial Cooperation
1. 2000 – Present: Genomine Inc. a) Transfer of technology of isolating the gene which controls aging, and the applications of patents b) Jul. 2002: Transfer of technology of plant gene expression through RNAi, and free transfer of vectors
2. 1997 – 2000: Establishment of Academic-industrial Consortium (with Seoul-Hannong-Hungnong Horticulture)
 J) Research Grants
1. 2012 – Present: Academy of New Biology for Plant Senescence and Life History, Institute for Basic Science, Korea (Maximum 10,000,000,000 KRW/Annum)
2. 2010 – 2012: Temporal, Spatial, and Systems-level Control of Plant Growth and Development, Research Support for the National Scholar, Ministry of Education, Science & Technology, Korea (1,500,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 7,500,000,000 KRW)
3. 2008 – 2011: Disease Control with NanoBio Fusion Technology, Degree Research Center Project, Korea Research Council of Fundamental Science & Technology (250,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 750,000,000 KRW)
4. 2004 – 2011: Systems Bio-Dynamics Research Center, National Core Research Center Project, Ministry of Science & Technology, Korea (2,000,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 13,500,000,000 KRW)
5. 2004 – 2005: Study on molecular mechanism for controlling growth and development by light and light-hormone interaction in plants, Research Support Project for the Promotion of the World’s Top Scientists, Korea Science & Engineering Foundation (Total: 100,000,000 KRW)
6. 2004 – 2005: Study on genes and chemicals for controlling plant growth and flowering time through chemical genomics in Arabidopsis, Management of Molecular & Cellular BioDiscovery, Ministry of Science & Technology, Korea (Total: 65,000,000 KRW)
7. 2004 – 2005: Discovery of genes controlling senescence and photoperiodic flowering through functional genomics approach and their application in improving plant yield, 21st Century Frontier Research Development Project, Crop Functional Genomics Center (Ministry of Science & Technology) (Total: 563,000,000 KRW)
8. 1999 – 2004: Development of an efficient system for regulating transgene expression and its application in controlling plant senescence, National Research Laboratory Project, Ministry of Science & Technology (Korea Science & Engineering Foundation) (230,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 1,162,000,000 KRW)
9. 1998 – 2002: Generation of Agronomically Important Genetic Resources, G7 Project, National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology (Ministry of Science & Technology) (100,000,000 KRW/Annum)
10. 1995 – 2000: Development of high quality white radish, ‘Man-choo-dae-sung’, Advanced Industrial Technology Development Project, Korea Institute of Planning and Evaluation for Technology of Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (125,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 600,000,000 KRW)

Complex Biology Research Group, DGIST

A) Review Articles
1. Nam HG* (1997) The molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 8: 200-207. (IF 8.486)
 B) Research Articles
International
1. Park DH, Somers DE, Kim YS, Choy YH, Lim HK, Soh MS, Kim HJ, Kay SA, Nam HG*. (1999) Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. Science 285: 1579-1582.
2. Chung IK, Lee SY, Lim PO, Oh SA, Kim YS, Nam HG. (1999) An S RNase gene of Lycopersicon peruvianum L. is highly expressed in transgenic tobacco but does not affect self-incompatibility. Journal of Plant Physiology 154, 63-70.
3. Soh MS, Hong SH, Hanzawa H, Furuya M, Nam HG*. (1998) Genetic identification of FIN2, a far red light-specific signaling component of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 16: 411-419.
4. Park JH, Oh SA, Kim YH, Woo HR, Nam HG*. (1998) Differential expression of senescence-associated mRNAs during leaf senescence induced by different senescence-inducing factors in Arabidopsis. Plant Molecular Biology 37: 445-454.
5. Kim YS, Nosaka K, Downs DM, Kwak JM, Park D, Chung IK, Nam HG*. (1998) A Brassica cDNA clone encoding a bifunctional hydroxymethylpyrimidine kinase/thiamin-phosphate pyrophosphorylase involved in thiamin biosynthesis. Plant Molecular Biology 37: 955-966.
6. Kim BC, Soh MS, Hong SH, Furuya M, Nam HG*. (1998) Photomorphogenic development of the Arabidopsis shy2-1D mutation and its interaction with phytochromes in darkness. Plant Journal 15: 61-68.
7. Lee CM, Lee YJ, Lee MH, Nam HG, Cho TJ, Hahn TR, Cho MJ, Sohn UI. (1998) Large-Scale analysis of expressed genes from the leaf of oilseed rape (Brassica napus L. cv Naehan). Plant Cell Reports 17, 930-936.
8. Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Paek KH, Park SK, Nam HG*. (1997) Identification of three genetic loci controlling leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 12: 527-535.
9. Kwak JM, Kim SA, Lee SK, Oh SA, Byoun CH, Han JK, Nam HG*. (1997) Insulin-induced maturation of Xenopus oocytes is inhibited by microinjection of a Brassica napus cDNA clone with high similarity to a mammalian receptor for activated protein kinase C. Planta 201: 245-251.
10. Kwak JM, Kim SA, Hong SW, Nam HG*. (1997) Evaluation of 515 expressed sequence tags obtained from guard cells of Brassica campestris. Planta 202: 9-17.
11. Hong SW, Jon JH, Kwak JM, Nam HG*. (1997) Identification of a receptor-like protein kinase gene rapidly induced by abscisic acid, dehydration, high salt, and cold treatments in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Physiology 113: 1203-1212.
12. Chung BC, Lee SY, Oh SA, Rhew TH, Nam HG, Lee CH. (1997) The promoter activity of sen1, a senescence-associated gene of Arabidopsis, is repressed by sugars. Journal of Plant Physiology 151, 339-345.
13. Lee SM, Suh SJ, Kim SJ, Crain RC, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Lee YS. (1997) Systemic elevation of phosphatidic acid and lysophospholipid levels in wounded plants. Plant Journal 12(3), 547-556.
14. Park SK, Yoon YH, Kim BC, Hwang YH, Chung IK, Nam HG, Kim DU. (1996) Pollen of a male-sterile mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana isolated from a T-DNA insertion pool is not effectively released from the anther locule. Plant and Cell Physiology 37: 580-585.
15. Oh SA, Lee SY, Chung IK, Lee CH, Nam HG*. (1996) A senescence-associated gene of Arabidopsis thaliana is distinctively regulated during natural and artificially induced leaf senescence. Plant Molecular Biology 30: 739-754.
16. Kim BC, Soh MC, Kang BJ, Furuya M, Nam HG*. (1996) Two dominant photomorphogenic mutations of Arabidopsis thaliana identified as suppressor mutations of hy2. Plant Journal 9: 441-456.
17. Oh OA, Kwak JM, Kwon IC, Nam HG*. (1996) Rapid and transient induction of calmodulin-encoding gene(s) of Brassica napus by a touch stimulus. Plant Cell Reports 15, 586-590.
18. Park YS, Song OK, Hong SW, Kwak JM, Cho MJ, Nam HG*. (1995) Frequent in-frame length variations are found in the diverged simple repeat sequences of the protein-coding regions of two putative protein kinase genes of Brassica napus. Plant Molecular Biology 27: 829-833.
19. Kim DH, Park YS, Kim SS, Lew J, Nam HG, Choi KY. (1995) Expression, purification, and identification of a novel self-cleavage site of the Nla C-terminal 27-kDa protease of turnip mosaic potyvirus C5. Virology 213: 517-525.
20. Chung IK, Lee SY, Ito T, Tanaka H, Nam HG, Takagi M. (1995) The 5′ flanking sequences of two S alleles in Lycopersicon peruvianum are highly heterologous but contain short blocks of homologous sequences. Plant and Cell Physiology 36: 1621-1627.
21. Kim S, Yoo HJ, Nam HG, Hahn JH. (1995) Fast capillary-scanning system for detecting fluorescently labeled DNA sequencing fragments separated by capillary gel electrophoresis. Chromatographia 40, 345-349.
22. Park YS, Song O, Kwak JM, Hong SW, Lee HH, Nam HG*. (1994) Functional complementation of a yeast vesicular transport mutation ypt1-1 by a Brassica napus cDNA clone encoding a small GTP-binding protein. Plant Molecular Biology 26: 1725-1735.
23. Chung IK, Ito T, Tanaka H, Ohta A, Nam HG, Takagi M. (1994) Molecular diversity of three S-allele cDNAs associated with gametophytic self-incompatibility in Lycopersicon peruvianum. Plant Molecular Biology 26: 757-762.
24. Kim CS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Kim KC, Cho BH (1994) Isolation and characterization of two cDNA clones that are rapidly induced during the wound response of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Reports 13, 340-343.
25. Chang SS, Park SK, Kim BC, Kang BJ, Kim DU, Nam HG*. (1994) Stable genetic transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana by Agrobacterium inoculation in Planta. Plant Journal 5(4), 551-558.
26. Park YS, Kwak JM, Kwon OY, Kim YS, Lee DS, Cho MJ, Lee HH, Nam HG* (1993) Generation of expressed sequence tags of random root cDNA clones of Brassica napus by single-run partial sequencing. Plant Physiology 103: 359-370.
27. Park YS, Hong SW, Oh SA, Kwak JM, Lee HH, Nam HG* (1993) Two putative protein kinases from Arabidopsis thaliana contain highly acidic domains. Plant Molecular Biology 22: 615-624.
28. Nam HG, Giraudat J, Den Boer B, Moonan F, Loos W, Hauge BM, Goodman HM (1989) Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism Linkage Map of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell 1: 699-705.
29. Hamil KG, Nam HG, Fried HM (1988) Constitutive transcription of yeast ribosomal protein gene TCM1 is promoted by uncommon cis-and trans-acting elements. Molecular and Cellular Biology 8, 4328-4341.
30. Cheng CL, Dewdney J, Nam HG, den Boer BG, Goodman HM (1988) A new locus (NIA 1) in Arabidopsis thaliana encoding nitrate reductase. EMBO Journal 7: 3309-3314.
31. Nam HG, Loechel S, Fried HM (1986) Plasmids allowing transcription of cloned DNA by Salmonella typhimurium phage SP6 RNA polymerase to produce RNAs with authentic 5′-terminal sequences. Gene 46: 57-64.
32. Nam HG, Fried HM (1986) Effects of progressive depletion of TCM1 or CYH2 mRNA on Saccharomyces cerevisiae ribosomal protein accumulation. Molecular and Cellular Biology 6: 1535-1544.
33. Moreland RB, Nam HG, Hereford LM, Fried HM (1985) Identification of a nuclear localization signal of a yeast ribosomal protein. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 82: 6561-6565.
34. Fried HM, Nam HG, Loechel S, Teem J (1985) Characterization of yeast strains with conditionally expressed variants of ribosomal protein genes tcm1 and cyh2. Molecular and Cellular Biology 5: 99-108.
Domastic
1. Soh MS, Hong SH, Kim BC, Vizir I, Park DH, Choi GT, Hong MY, Chung YY, Furuya M, Nam HG* (1999) Regulation of both light-and Auxin-mediated development by the Arabidopsis IAA3/SHY2 Gene. Journal of Plant Biology 42(3), 239-246.
2. Lim PO, Ryu JS, Ho J, Lee U, Lee U, Park YS, Kwak JM, Choi JK, Nam HG* (1997) Resistance to tobamoviruses in transgenic tobacco plants expressing the coat protein gene of pepper mild mottle virus (Korean isolate). Molecules and Cells 7, 313-319.
3. Kwak JM, Hong SW, Kim SA, Nam HG* (1996) Identification of a Brassica napus cDNA clone encoding a peptide highly related to ABC10β the smallest and common subunit of RNA polymerases of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Molecules and Cells 6, 726-730.
4. Lee CM, Kang HK, Kim YS, Nam HG, Sohn UI (1996) Contig Mapping of Arabidopsis thaliana Chromosome 1 Encompassing ap-1 and clv-1 using Yeast Artificial Chromosome. Molecules and Cells 6(5), 557-562.
5. Kwak JM, Kim SA, Soh MS, Park YS, Shin ES, Kim YJ, Kwun IC, Nam HG* (1996) Characterization of 475 Expressed Sequence Tags Generated from root cDNA Clones of Brassica napus by Single-pass Sequencing. Molecules and Cells 6(5), 563-570.
6. Kim OM, Nam HG, Lee EK, Lee KD, Mruta I, Lee KR (1993) Cloning, expression and sequencing of tpp gene encoding thiamine phosphate pyrophosphorylase from sia in E. Coli. Korean Biochemical Journal 26(5), 420-425.
7. Yoo JH, Nam HG, Jung GH (1993) Rice transformation by DNA imbibition and construction of Plant vector. Korean Journal of Biotechnology and Bioengineering 8(2), 104-109.
8. Park SK, Kim BC, Chang SS, Choi HJ, Lee SY, Nam HG, Kim DY (1993) Fecile transformation of root explants of Arabidopsis thaliana L.Heyng with a direct shooting medium. Molecules and Cells 3, 427-431.
9. Park YS, Chang SS, Park DY, Kim DU, Nam HG* (1991) Synthesis of an artificial gene for the shorthorn sculpin antifreeze protein and its introduction into tobacco plant. Molecules and Cells 1, 261-266.
 C) Books and Book Chapters
1. Nam HG, Ahn JH (1999) The Methodology of Plant Molecular Genetics. Academy Books
2. Nam HG, Lim PO (1997) Genetics: Transgenic Methods in Plants. The Genetics Society of Korea, p.46-66
3. Nam HG, Jeong IK, Kim BC, Kim YH (1996) The analysis of transgenic plants. The Latest Plant Biotechnology: Plants 2. Ed. Jeong JD, Kyungpook National University Press, p.256-283
4. Ahn JH, Jeong IK, Nam HG (1996) The identification and characterization of genes for generation of crop plants. The Latest Plant Biotechnology: Plants 2. Ed. Jae Dong Jeong, Kyungpook National University Press, p.231-232
5. Kwak JM, Nam HG (1992) Generation of expressed sequence tage of Brassica napus by single-run partial sequencing of random cDNA clones. Automated DNA sequencing and analysis techniques. Ed: C.J. Acader Press, London, p.221-223
6. Hauge BM, Giraudat J, Nam HG, Goodman HM (1989) Progress toward a physical mapping of the genome of the Arabidopsis thaliana current communications in molecular biology series. Development and Application of Molecular Markers to Problems in Plant Genetics. Cold Spring Harbor Lab. p.149-152
 D) Patents and Patent applications
International
1. Nam HG, Kim SA, Control of Plant Water Loss by Suppression of K+ Channel Activity. USA SD2000-061 (19/11/1999)
2. Voytas D, Nam HG, Goodman HM, Ausubel F, Retroviral-like transposable element family. USA 07/203,181.
Domastic
1. Nam HG, Lee CM, Service system for biological research information through a high-speed communications network. Program Reg No. 99-01-25-6152 (24/12/1999)
2. Nam HG, Park DH, Kim YS, Choi YH, Kang BJ, GIGANTEA, Gene controlling the circadian clock and the flowering time in Arabidopsis thaliana. 99-0041766 (29/09/1999), Reg No. 0319395 (18/12/2001)
3. Nam HG, Lee MH, On-line gene registration program. Program Reg No. 98-01-25-2644 (13/05/1998)
4. Nam HG, Kim YS, Park DH, Kwak JM, Isolation and characterization of monophosphate phyrophosphorylase gene of Brassica napus. 98-037189 (09/09/1998), Reg No. 0289777 (22/02/2001)
5. Han JH, Nam HG, Kim SH, You HJ, Postelectrophoresis Capillary Scanning System. Reg. No.132101 (05/12/1997)
6. Choi KY, Kim DH, Kim SS, Ryu JS, Park YS, Nam HG, Jeong NC, Isolation of Protease from Turnip Mosaic Virus C5. 9397 (19/04/1996)
7. Nam HG, Lee CI, Lee SY, Ryu JS, Kim YS, Oligomer set for the diagnosis of Carnation Mottle Virus and its application in diagnosing virus infection. 21801 (17/06/1996)
8. Nam HG, Lee CI, Lee SY, Park YS, Ryu JS, Isolation of the gene encoding coat protein from Carnation Mottle Virus and its introduction into plant transformation vector. 21805 (1996)
9. Nam HG, Choi JK, Lim PO, Park YS, Lee U, Ryu JS, Isolation of 54-kDa replicate gene from Korean Pepper Mild Mottle Virus and its introduction into expression vector. 10-1995-18095 (29/06/1995), Reg No.160009 (14/08/1998)
10. Nam HG, Park DH, Park JM, Kim DW, Generation of transgenic plant expressing human superoxide dismutase. 36739 (24/10/1995)
11. Nam HG, Choi JK, Lim PO, Park YS, lee HJ, Isolation of 54kDa replicate gene from Tobacco Mosaic Virus-tomato and its introduction into expression vector. 10-1995-0018096 (29/06/1995)
12. Nam HG, Park DH, Han KT, Sun JH, Park YK, Park JM, Production method of Sanguinarine and its derivative by cell culture. 12880 (23/05/1995)
13. Nam HG, Choi JK, Lim PO, Lee U, Park YS, Kim CS, Isolation of the gene encoding the coat protein from Pepper Mild Mottle Virus. 10-1994-002948 (11/11/1994), Reg No. 0149216 (03/06/1998)
14. Nam HG, Lee U, Choi JK, Lim PO, Isolation of the gene encoding the coat protein from Tobacco Mosaic Virus-tomato. 10-1994-0027614 (27/10/1994)
15. Nam HG, Park YS, Jang SS, Kim DW, Generation of transgenic plants expressing anti-freeze protein. 10-1991-0013970 (13/08/1991), Reg No. 0074302 (07/06/1994)
 E) Invited Talks
International
1. 28 Nov. 1999: Jun JH, Kim CS, Cho DS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Random antisense cDNA mutagenesis as an efficient functional genomic approach in higher plants. FAOBMB 14th Symposium, University of Otago, New Zealand
2. 21 Feb. 1999: Nam HG, Search for molecular components in the Phytochrome signaling pathway. University of Singapore, Singapore
3. 13 Aug. 1998: Jun JH, Kim CS, Cho DS, Tsukaya H, Ha CM, Shi H, Nam HG, Random antisense mutagenesis for isolation of functional plant genes. The 16th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Nippon Convention Center, Japan
4. 10 Jul. 1998: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of signal transduction controlling photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Cell Signaling and Biotechnology, Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No3, Kwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Korea
5. 20 Jan. 1998: Kim CS, Cho DS, Jun JH, Nam HG, Identification of functional plant gene using random antisense mutagenesis. National Institute of Genetics, Tokyo, Japan
6. 19 Jan. 1998: Kim CS, Cho DS, Jun JH, Nam HG, Identification of functional plant gene using random antisense mutagenesis. Hitachi Institute, Tokyo, Japan
7. 11 Dec. 1997: Kim CS, Cho DS, Jun JH, Kim YS, Nam HG, Random antisense mutagenesis for isolating functional plant genes EN MASSE. The Arabidopsis Genome, New York, USA
8. 1 Dec. 1997: Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Paek KH, Park SK, Nam HG, Identification of three genetic loci controlling senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. International Symposium on Plant Senescence and Postharvest Biotechnology, Institute of Botany Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
9. 11 Nov. 1997: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 8th Japanese Arabidopsis Workshop, RIKEN, Japan
10. 7 Aug. 1997: Nam HG, Light signaling mutants in Arabidopsis. RIKEN Seminar, Japan
11. 5 Aug. 1997: Nam HG, Light signaling mutants in Arabidopsis. Hitachi Advance Research Laboratory Seminar, HARL, Japan
12. 12 Nov. 1996: Nam HG, Two novel genetic mutations in the phytochrome signal transduction pathway in Arabidopsis. NIBB International Symposium, Okazaki, Japan
13. 10 Nov. 1996: Nam HG, Soh MS, Jenekins GI, Yokota T, Yamamoto K, Sugai M, Light signaling mutant. HARL Workshop, Hitachi Advance Research Laboratory, Japan
14. 19 Aug. 1996: Nam HG, Three genes required for progression of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 3rd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Koln, Germany
15. 28 Mar. 1996: Nam HG, Two dominant photomorphogenic mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana identified as suppressor mutation of Hy2. Japan Society of Plant Physiology, Nagoya, Japan
Domastic
1. 9 Nov. 1999: Park DH, Somers DE, Kim YS, Choi YH, Lim HK, Soh MS, Kim HJ, Kay SA, Nam HG, Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
2. 29 Jun. 1999: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of signal transduction controlling photomorphogenic development in Arabidopsis thaliana. The 2nd Asian Photochemistry Conference, Annual Meeting of Korean Society of Photoscience, Samsung Training Institute, Korea
3. 26 Mar. 1999: Nam HG, An introduction to biological research information center (BRIC). The 7th KNIH Symposium Capitalization of Genome Research in Post-Genome Era, Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
4. 10 Jul. 1998: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of signal transduction controlling photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana ; Plant Cell Signaling and Biotechnology, Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No. 3, Kwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Korea
5. 3 Jul. 1998: Nam HG, Molecular and genetic analysis of plant senescence. The 12th Symposium on Plant Biotechnology (Korea-Japan Joint Symposium), Kumho Human Resources Development Institute, Yongin, Korea
6. 6 Jun. 1997: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Furuya M, Nam HG, Two novel mutations in the phytochrome signal transduction pathways in Arabidopsis. Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No. 1, Kwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Korea.
7. 5 Jul. 1996: Nam HG, Identification of three genetic loci required for progression of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. The 10th Plant Biotechnology Symposium, Taedok Science Town, Korea.
 F) Oral Presentations
International
1. 13-17 Aug. 1998: Jun JH, Kim CS, Cho DS, Tsukaya H, Ha CM, Shi H, Nam HG, Random antisense mutagenesis for isolation of functional plant genes. The 16th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Japan
2. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Park JH, Woo HR, Jun JH, De la Serve BT, Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of delayed senescence mutants. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
3. 19-22 Jan. 1998: Kim CS, Cho DS, Nam HG, Hentification of functional plant gene using random antisense mutagenesis. National Institute of Genetics, Tokyo, Japan
4. 11-14 Dec. 1997: Kim CS, Cho DS, Jun JH, Kim YS, Nam HG, Random antisense mutagenesis for isolating functional plant genes EN MASSE. The Arabidopsis Genome, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, USA
5. 1-2 Dec. 1997: Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Paek KH, Park SK, Nam HG, Identification of three genetic loci controlling senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. International Symposium on Plant Senescence and Postharvest Biotechnology, Institute of Botany Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
6. 11-13 Nov. 1997: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 8th Japanese Arabidopsis Workshop, RIKEN, Japan
7. 5 Aug. 1997: Nam HG, Light signaling mutants in Arabidopsis. Hitachi Advance Research Laboratory Seminar, HARL, Japan
8. 7 Aug. 1997: Nam HG, Light signaling mutants in Arabidopsis. RIKEN Seminar, Japan
9. 25-29 Jun. 1997: Kim CS, Cho DS, Kwak JM, Jun JH, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional plant gene by random antisense mutagenesis (RAM) using on Arabidopsis cDNA library. The 8th International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research, Wisconsin Union, Madison, USA
10. 12-14 Nov. 1996: Nam HG, Two novel genetic mutations in the phytochrome signal transduction pathway in Arabidopsis. NIBB International Symposium, Okazaki, Japan
11. 10-11 Nov. 1996: Nam HG, Soh MS, Jenkins GI, Yokota T, Yamamoto K, Suga M, Light signaling mutant. HARL Workshop, Hitachi Advance Research Laboratory, Japan
12. 19-20 Aug. 1996: Nam HG, Three genes required for progression of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. The 3rd Korean-German Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Koln, Germany
13. 14-19 Jul. 1996: Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Paek KH, Park SK, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The Gordon Conference, Boston, USA
14. 2 Apr. 1996: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis. RIKEN Seminar, Japan
15. 28 Mar. 1996: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Furuya M, Nam HG, Two dominant photomorphogenic mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana identified as suppressor mutation of Hy2. Japanese Society of Plant Physiology, Nagoya, Japan
16. 30-31 Oct. 1995: Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Paek KH, Park SK, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis senescence. The Czech-Korea Joint Seminar on Plant Biotechnology, Prague, Czech
17. 7-10 Aug. 1995: Nam HG, Single-rum partial sequencing of root and guard cell cDNA clones of Brassica plant: Current status and future direction. HARL Seminar, Japan
18. 14-15 Feb. 1995: Nam HG, Rice Genome Workshop: Analysis of expressed sequences in Brassica plants. Tsukuba, Japan.
19. 15-19 Jan. 1995: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Hong SW, Nam HG, Characterization of ESTs generated from guard cells of Brassica Campestris. The International Conference of Plant Genome Research III p.171, San Diego, California, USA
20. 28 Aug.-3 Sep. 1993: Kwak JM, Park DH, Nam HG, Expression and production of foreign proteins by recombinant DNA tobacco cell culture. The 14th International Botanical Congress, Yokohama, Japan
Domastic
1. 29-30 Oct. 1999: Park DH, Somers DE, Kim YS, Choi YH, Lim HK, Soh MS, Kim HJ, Kay SA, Nam HG, Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. The 54th Korean Association of Biological Sciences, Wonkwang University, Korea
2. 28 Jun.- 1 Jul. 1999: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of signal transduction controlling photomorphogenic development in Arabidopsis thaliana. The 2nd Asian Photochemistry Conference (Annual Meeting of Korean Society of Photoscience, Daejeon, Korea
3. 24 Apr. 1999: Nam HG, Genetics and molecular biology of plant senescence. The Korean Society of Animal Science-The Genetics Society of Korea-The Korean Society of Systematic Zoology Joint Spring Conference, Kyungbook National University, Korea
4. 26 Mar. 1999: Nam HG, Introduction to biological research information center (BRIC). The 7th KNIH Symposium Capitalization of Genome Research in Post-Genome Era, National Institute of Health, Korea
5. 29 Oct. 1998: Nam HG, Arabidopsis SHY2 gene controlling photomorphogenic development; Plant Growth and Development. Yonsei University, Korea
6. 28-29 Sep 1998: Nam HG, Random antisense mutagenesis for functional genomics in Arabidopsis. The 4th Biennial Korea-Germany Joint Symposium in Plant Biotechnology, Kyungsang National University, Korea
7. 10-11 Jul. 1998: Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of signal transduction controlling photomorphogenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana; Plant Cell Signaling and Biotechnology. Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No.3, Kwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Korea
8. 3-4 Jul. 1998: Nam HG, Molecular and genetic analysis of plant senescence. The 12th Symposium on Plant Biotechnology (Korea-Japan Joint Symposium), Yongin, Korea
9. 18-21 Aug. 1997: Kim CS, Jo DS, Chun JH, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Massive identification of functional plant genes through random antisense mutagenesis with an Arabidopsis cDNA library. The 6th Korea Genome Conference and The First HUGO Pacific Genome Meeting, Busan, Korea
10. 5 Jul. 1997: Nam HG, Identification of three genetic loci required for progression of leaf senescence in Arabidopsis thaliana. The 10th Plant Biotechnology Symposium p.19, Taedok Science Town, Korea
11. 12-13 Jun. 1997: Nam HG, Two novel mutations in the phytochrome signal transduction pathways in Arabidopsis. The 4th Korean Society of Photoscience Conference, Korea Basic Science Institute, Taedok Science Town, Korea
12. 6-7 Jun. 1997: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Furuya M, Nam HG, Two novel mutations in the phytochrome signal transduction pathways in Arabidopsis. Kumho Life & Environmental Science Laboratory Workshop No.1, Kwangju Institute of Science & Technology, Korea
13. 24 Apr. 1997: Lee MH, Kim YS, Nam HG, Bioinformatics: The current studies on biology with computers and internet. The 34th Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers p.11, Dongguk University, Korea
14. 13-15 Feb. 1997: Nam HG, Kim CS, Cho DS, Kwak JM, The development of new technology for the discovery of new genes in Arabidopsis thaliana using Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM). The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Winter Conference p.30, Muju, Korea
15. 18-19 Aug. 1996: Kim CS, Jou DS, Nam HG, Technology development for identification of novel plant genes by using antisense cDNA library in Arabidopsis, The 4th Human Genome Research Association of Korea Conference, Korea
16. 14-15 Jun. 1996: Nam HG, Control of plant viral disease using transgenic technology, The 1st Pohang symposium on Environmental Engineering p.21, POSTECH, Korea
17. 7-8 Jun. 1996: Kim BC, Soh MS, Shinomura T, Furuya M, Nam HG, Dominant photomorphogenic Shy1-1 mutation enhances PHYB-mediated responses. The Annual Meeting for the Korea Society of Photoscience, Korea Basic Science Institute, Taedok Science Town, Korea
18. 31 May 1996: Nam HG, The molecular genetic study on red peppers. Korea Advanced Food Research Institute, Korea.
19. 18-19 Aug. 1995: Kim CS, Jou DS, Nam HG, Technology development for identification of novel plant genes by using antisense cDNA library in Arabidopsis. The 4th Human Genome Research Association of Korea Conference, Korea
20. 29-30 Sep. 1994: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Soh MS, Hong SW, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence tags from Brassica plants. The 2nd Korea-Germany joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology p. 145-152, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
21. 12 Aug. 1993: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Partial sequencing of root cDNA clones in Brassica napus to provide plant gene resources. The Global Convention of Ethnic Korean Scientists and Engineers
22. 22 Jul. 1993: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence, Plant Molecular Biology and Biotechnology Research Center Summer Conference
23. 6 Oct. 1992: Molecular cloning and characterization of protein kinases genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. The 1st Korea-Germany Joint Life Science Symposium
24. 10 Jul. 1992: Regulation of protein kinase in plants. Korea University Plant Biotechnology Symposium
25. 3 Jul. 1992: Protein kinase in plants. The 45th anniversary of the foundation of Kangwon University; Life Science Symposium
26. 20-21 Aug. 1993: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence tags of Brassica plants. The Human Genome Research Association of Korea
27. 15 Feb. 1993: Kwak JM, Nam HG, A large scale isolation of sequences that function in plant roots by single-run partial sequencing of random root cDNA clones of Brassica. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Winter Conference.
28. 10 Jun. 1992: Nam HG, Random sequencing of Brassica cDNA clones is an efficient tool to isolate novel and homologous genes. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology
29. 10 Jun. 1992: Nam HG, Characterization of plant protein kinase genes. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology
30. Feb. 1992: Nam HG, Random sequencing of Brassica cDNA clones. SRC for plant molecular biology, Gyeongsang University, Korea
31. 27 Apr. 1991: Oh SA, Nam HG, Study on the expression profile for tissue and developmental stage specific genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Botanical Society of Korea
32. Oct. 1991, Yu JH, Nam HG, Chang NK, Jung GH, Transformation of rice by DNA imbibitions. The Korean Association of Biological Sciences
33. 25 Apr. 1991: Nam HG, Genome study in Arabidopsis. Human Genome Research Association of Korea
34. 7 Feb. 1991: Nam HG, Genome study in Arabidopsis. The National Basic Science Research Center Conference
35. 6 Feb. 1991: Nam HG, Genome Study in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Winter Conference.
36. 1988: Nam HG, Hauge B, Den Boer B, Goodman HM, Global mapping of the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Biochemistry Fall Conference
37. 1988: Nam HG, Transcriptional and posttranscriptional regulation of yeast ribosomal protein synthesis. The 3rd International Genetic Engineering Symposium, Seoul, Korea
 G) Poster Presentations
International
1. Aug. 1999: Nam HG, Jun JH, Kim CS, Hua Zhong Shi, Ha CM, Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM) as a new functional genomic approach in Arabidopsis. Arabidopsis Conference, University of Melbourn, Australia
2. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Vizir IY, Nam HG, Ore-6 mutation extends the longevity of leaves, stems, flowers and fruits in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
3. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Soh MS, Hong SH, Kim BC, Park DH, Vizir IY, Nam HG, shy2-1D is a dominant negative mutation of the IAA3 gene and modifies auxin & light-regulated developmental processes. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
4. 18-22 Jan. 1998: Lim YP, Kim JH, Bang JW, Nam HG, Cho KY, Jang CS, Genetic mapping of Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa L. var. pekinensis). p.221, San Diego, California, USA
5. 12-16 Jan. 1997: Nam HG, Kim CS, Cho DS, Random antisense mutagenesis a novel approach for identification of functional plant genes. p.29, San Diego, California, USA
6. 14-18 Jan. 1996: Kim CS, Cho DS, Nam HG, Efficient isolation of functional plant genes by Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM). Plant Genome IV Meeting, San Diego, California, USA
7. 11-16 Jun. 1995: Oh SA, Park JH, Lee GI, Park KH, Park SK, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. Gordon Research Conference on Plant Cell Genetics and Development, Brewster Academy, New Hampshire, USA
8. 6-11 Jun. 1995: Kim BC, Soh MS, Shin ES, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of a leaf homeotic mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana. Arabidopsis Conference, Madison, USA
9. 19-24 Jun. 1994: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The 4th International congress of plant molecular biology, Amsterdam.
10. 24-27 Jan. 1994: Kwak JM, Park YS, Soh MS, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence tage of Brassica plants. The 2nd International Conference on the Plant Genome p.52, San Diego, California, USA
11. 28 Aug. – 3 Sep. 1993: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. p.453, The 14th International Botanical Congress, Yokohama, Japan.
12. 28 Aug. – 3 Sep. 1993: Park YS, Park SG, Park HG, Kim DU, Nam HG, Cloning of Turnip Mosaic Virus coat protein gene and its genetic engineering to produce viral-resistant Chinese cabbage. P.561, The 14th International Botanical Congress, Yokohama, Japan.
13. 19-22 Aug. 1993: Kim BC, Lee GE, Kim DU, Nam HG, Identification of anther-expressed genes in Arabidopsis thaliana by in vivo gene fusion with a promoterless reporter gene. International Conference on Arabidopsis Research, Columbus, USA
14. 9-11 Nov. 1992: Kang HG, Kim YS, Kim DU, Nam HG, Physical mapping of the genome of Arabidopsis thaliana by fingerprinting of yeast artificial chromosome clones. The International Conference on the Plant Genome, San Diego, California, USA
15. 9-14 Aug. 1992: Park YS, Hong SW, Song OK, Kwak JM, Oh SA, Nam HG, Regulation of protein kinase genes in plant. Plant Molecular Genetics (FASEB Summer Research Conference), St Louis, USA
16. Jun. 1992: Park YS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Random sequencing of Brassica cDNA clones. Meetings on genome mapping and sequencing, New York, USA
17. 6-10 May 1992: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Large-scale generation of ESTs from Brassica and its application. Meetings on genome mapping and sequencing, New York, USA
18. 9-24 Aug. 1992: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Large-scale generation of ESTs from Brassica and its application. Plant Molecular Genetics meeting, Colorado, USA
19. Jun. 1992: Nam HG, Random sequencing of Brassica cDNA clones. Meeting on Genome Mapping and Sequencing, New York, USA
20. 2-5 Jun. 1990: Chang SS, Park SK, Nam HG, Transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana by agrobacterium on wound. The 4th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.28, Vienna, Austria
21. 10-12 Apr. 1987: Goodman HM, Den Boer B, Fritze C, Hauge B, Lazar G, Loos B, Nam HG, Paek KH, Progress in constructing a physical map of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome. The 3rd International Arabidopsis Meeting, Michigan State University, USA
22. 1987: Hauge BH, Fritze C, Nam HG, Paek KH, Goodman HM, Isolation of developmentally important genes from Arabidopsis. UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cell Biology, Steamboat Springs, USA
23. 1985: Nam HG, Fried HM, Sequences specifying the constitutive and temperature sensitive transcription of ribosomal protein gene tcml. Meetings on Molecular Biology of Yeast, New York, USA
24. 1984: Nam HG, Lochel S, Fried HM, Conditionally expressed yeast ribosomal protein genes as probes of coordinate gene expression. The 12th International conference of Yeast genetics and Molecular Biology p.155, Edinburgh, UK
Domastic
1. 25-26 Oct 1999: Lim HK, Yoon MK, Han JS, Nam HG, Transformation of radish (Raphanus sativus) by non-tissue culture method. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.302, Seoul, Korea
2. 25-26 Oct 1999: Kim SA, Kwak JM, Thomine S, Shin ES, Jae SK, Goh CH, Schroeder J, Nam HG, Drought tolerant transgenic plants expressing antisense transcript of a plant homolog of mammalian glutamate receptors. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, Seoul, Korea
3. 25-26 Oct 1999: Somers DE, Kim YS, Choi YH, Lim HK, Soh MS, Kim HJ, Kai SA, Nam HG, Park DH, Control of circadian rhythms and photoperiodic flowering by the Arabidopsis GIGANTEA gene. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.299, Seoul, Korea
4. 25-26 Oct 1999: Woo HR, Kim HY, Park JH, Nam HG, Analysis of Arabidopsis mutant that confer delayed senescence symptoms or prolonged longevity. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.297, Seoul, Korea
5. 25-26 Oct 1999: Choi YH, Nam HG, Characterization of the homologs of SPF1-Like DNA binding protein in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.295, Seoul, Korea
6. 25-26 Oct 1999: Jun JH, Kim CS, Ha CM, Nam HG, Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM) for functional genomics in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference p.280, Seoul, Korea
7. 12 Jun 1998: Soh MS, Hong SH, Kim BC, Park DH, Vizir I, Nam HG, Shy2-1D is a dominant negative mutation of the IAA3 gene and modifies auxin- and light-regulated developmental processes. The Korean Society of Photoscience Conference p.6, Korea Basic Science Institute
8. 12 Jun 1998: Soh MS, Hong SH, Hanzawa H, Furuya M, Nam HG, Fin2 of Arabidopsis thaliana controls a subset of the responses in the phytochrome A-signaling pathway. The Korean Society of Photoscience Conference, Korea Basic Science Institute
9. 16-18 Oct 1997: Lim PO, Lee U, Park YS, Ryu JS, Nam HG, Broad resistance to plant viruses in tobacco plants transformed by the small GTP binding protein gene of Brassica napus. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference J-34, p.98, Seoul National University, Korea
10. 16-18 Oct 1997: Khanum F, Manoharan M, Lim PO, Nam HG, Genetic transformation of red pepper(Capsicum annuum L.): Bombardment with agrobacterium tunnsten suspension. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference J-33, p.98, Seoul National University, Korea
11. 16-18 Oct 1997: Kim SA, Kwak JM, Goh CH, Shin ES, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of an Arabidopsis putative ion channel gene which is specifically expressed in guard cells and shares similarity with ionotropic glutamate receptors. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference H-102, p.86, Seoul National University, Korea
12. 16-18 Oct 1997: Kang BJ, Yang YY, Takahashi N, Nam HG, Kamiya Y, A novel GA perception mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana generated by in planta transformation. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-101, p.86, Seoul National University, Korea
13. 16-18 Oct 1997: Kang BJ, Nam HG, Peacock J, Regulation of kaurenoic acid hydroxylase and control of flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-100, p.86, Seoul National University, Korea
14. 16-18 Oct 1997: Park MS, Park JH, Woo HR, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of dark-delayed senescence mutants in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-99, p.86, Seoul National University, Korea
15. 16-18 Oct 1997: Park JH, Oh SA, Kim YH, Woo HR, Nam HG, Differential expression of senescence-associated mRNAs during leaf senescence induced by different senescence-inducing factors in Arabidopsis. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-98, p.85, Seoul National University, Korea
16. 16-18 Oct 1997: Ye XR, Park MS, Nam HG, The cloning and characterization of a cDNA clone encoding ACC oxidase gene which is high specifically expressed during watermelon fruit storage life. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-97, p.85, Seoul National University, Korea
17. 16-18 Oct 1997: Lee U, Lim PO, Choi JK, Nam HG, Molecular characterization of a Korea Isolate of Broad Bean Wilt Virus(BBWW) isolated from red pepper(Capssicum annum). The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference, H-95, p.85, Seoul National University, Korea
18. 16-18 Oct 1997: Jun JH, Kim CS, Nam HG, Random Antisense Mutagenesis in Arabidopsis for molecular genetic analysis of plant senescence. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference H-94, p.85, Seoul National University, Korea
19. 16-18 Oct 1997: Kim CS, Cho DS, Jun JH, Nam HG, Identification of functional genes of Arabidopsis by Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM) H-21. p.77, Seoul National University, Korea
20. 6 Nov 1995: Chung IK, Hwang JP, Kim DU, Nam HG, Plant reproduction. The 14th International Congress of Sexual Plant Reproduction
21. 19-21 Oct 1995: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Masaki F, Nam HG, Two dominant photomorphogenic mutations of Arabidopsis thaliana identified as suppressor mutations of hy2. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference; Korea-Germany Joint Symposium, Seoul National University, Korea
22. 19-21 Oct 1995: Kim BC, Soh MS, Nam HG, Characterization of a dominant, constitutive photomorphogenic shy2 mutation of Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference; Korea-Germany Joint Symposium, Seoul National University, Korea
23. 19-21 Oct 1995: Kim CS, Cho DS, Nam HG, Identification of novel plant genes by random antisense mutagenesis (RAM) using an Arabidopsis cDNA library. The Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology Fall Conference; Korea-Germany Joint Symposium, Seoul National University, Korea
24. 21-22 Oct 1994: Oh SA, Park JH, Won JM, Lee KO, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The 49th Korean Association of Biological Sciences Conference p.239, Chungnam National University, Korea
25. 29-30 Sep 1994: Lee HJ, Kim CS, Lim PO, Nam HG, Introduction of viral disease resistance into red pepper. The 2nd Korean-German Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
26. 29-30 Sep 1994: Chung IK, Lee SY, Kim DU, Nam HG, Molecular diversity of the self-incompatibility proteins in tomato. The 2nd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
27. 29-30 Sep 1994: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Oh SA, Byoun CH, Nam HG, Molecular Cloning ad Characterization of A G protein B subunit homolog, bgb1. from Brassica napus. The 2nd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
28. 29-30 Sep 1994: Park JH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, A mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana that shows senesce phenotype in planta. The 2nd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
29. 29-30 Sep 1994: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Nam HG, Two dominant photomorphogenic mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana DAN rivet the HY2 mutation. The 2nd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
30. 29-30 Sep 1994: Oh SA, Park JH, Won JN, Lee GI, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The 2nd Korea-Germany Joint Symposium on Plant Biotechnology, Gyeongsang National University, Korea
31. 14-16 Oct 1994: Park SK, Yoon YH, Cho KH, Choi HJ, Nam HG, Hwang YH, Kim DU, The T-DNA tagged POR mutant have an unique T-DNA insert which is closely linked to the male sterility. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Koran Society for Molecular Biology p.298, Seoul National University, Korea
32. 14-16 Oct 1994: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Soh MS, Hong SW, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence cage from Brassica plants. The 6th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular Biology, The 9th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular Biology, Seoul National University, Korea
33. 14-16 Oct 1994: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Oh SA, Byoun CH, Nam HG, Molecular cloning and characterization of A G protein B subunit homolog, bgb1, from Brassica napus. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular Biology, Seoul National University, Korea
34. 14-16 Oct 1994: Won JM, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of Arabidopsis leaf homeotic mutation. The 9th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society for Molecular Biology, Seoul National University, Korea
35. 21-23 Oct 1993: Lee SY, Park DH, Kim BC, Won JM, Choi HG, Kim DU, Nam HG, Isolation of tissue-, cell-type specific genes in Arabidopsis thaliana by using a promoterless gene fusion vector. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference p.332
36. 21-23 Oct 1993: Lee MH, Lee CM, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Sohn U, Random sequencing of Brassica napus cDNAs. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference p.331
37. 21-23 Oct 1993: Kwak JM, Hong SW, Cho MJ, Nam HG, First isolation of RNA polymerase II subunit RPB10 from higher eukaryote. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference
38. 21-23 Oct 1993: Kwak JM, Park YS, Park DH, Kwon OY, Kim YJ, Soh MS, Lee JE, Cho MJ, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence tags of random root cDNA clones of Brassica napus in a large scale. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference
39. 21-23 Oct 1993: Kim YH, Oh SA, Nam HG, Regulation leaf senescence- associated genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference
40. 21-23 Oct 1993: Kim SC, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Cho BH, Isolation and characterization of ten wound-inducible genes that are rapidly accumulated during the wound response of Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference
41. 21-23 Oct 1993: Park SK, Choi HG, Yoon YH, Kang HG, Kim BC, Nam HG, Kim DU, Selection of T-DNA tagged male sterile mutants by T-DNA insertional mutagenesis. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference P.310
42. 21-23 Oct 1993: Hong SW, Park YS, Nam HG, Two putative protein kinases from Arabidopsis thaliana contain highly acidic domain. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology; Biochemistry Joint Fall Conference
43. 27 Aug 1993: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. Agricultural Biotechnology Symposium 1993, Suwon, Korea
44. 27 Aug 1993: Kim BC, Oh SA, Nam HG, Characterization of two novel mutations, HBI and GSF of Arabidopsis thaliana that are defective in floral evocation. Agricultural Biotechnology Symposium 1993, Suwon, Korea
45. 27 Aug 1993: Lee SY, Park DH, Kim BC, Kim DU, Nam HG, Isolation of tissue-, cell- type specific genes in Arabidopsis thaliana by using a promoterless gene fusion vector. Agricultural Biotechnology symposium 1993, Suwon, Korea
46. 27 Aug 1993: Hong SW, Park YS, Nam HG, Two putative protein kinases from Arabidopsis thaliana by using a promoterless gene fusion vector. Agricultural Biotechnology Symposium 1993, Suwon, Korea
47. 27 Aug 1993: Kwak JM, Park YS, Park DH, Kwan DY, Kim YJ, Soh MS, Lee JE, Cho MJ, Nam HG, Gene cataloging by partial DNA sequencing of Brassica cDNA clone. Agricultural Biotechnology Symposium 1993, Suwon, Korea
48. 1993: Kim CS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Kim KC, Cho BH, Isolation and characterization of ten wound inducible genes that are rapidly accumulated during the wound response of Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea p.227
49. 1993: Park SK, Choi HH, Yoon YH, Kang HG, Kim BC, Nam HG, Kim DU, Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea P.209
50. 1993: Hong SW, Park YS, Nam HG, Two putative protein kinases from Arabidopsis thaliana contain highly acidic domain. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea P.195
51. 8 Sep 1993: Kim BC, Oh SA, Nam HG, Characterization of two novel floral mutations, HBI and GSF of Arabidopsis thaliana. The 1st Asia-Pacific Conference on Plant Cell and Tissue Culture
52. 22 Jul 1993: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Partial sequencing of root cDNA clones in Brassica napus to generate expressed sequence tags and to provide gene resources. PMBBRC Summer Conference
53. 30 Apr 1993: Kim BC, Nam HG, Park SK, Kim DU, Study of the shoot apical meristem developmental mutant in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Botanical Society of Korea Spring Conference
54. 23 Oct 1992: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Large-scale generation of ESTs from Brassica and its application. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
55. 23 Oct 1992: Song OK, Park YS, Hong SW, Nam HG, Molecular cloning of 2 protein kinase genes from Brassica napus. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
56. 23 Oct 1992: Oh SA, Kwak JM, Ahn YI, Nam HG, Molecular cloning and expression study of plant calmodulin. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
57. 23 Oct 1992: Oh SA, Nam HG, Senescence-associated genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
58. 23 Oct 1992: Kang HG, Kim DU, Nam HG, The simple CAA and CAG repeats for DNA fingerprinting marker in plant genome. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
59. 23 Oct 1992: Kim BC, Jung HI, Lee SY, Nam HG, Isolation of a novel flower mutant HBI from Arabidopsis thaliana Agrobacterium-mediated insertional mutagenesis. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
60. 23 Oct 1992: Kim YJ, Nam HG, Computer program for prediction of coding regions in plant genes. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
61. 23 Oct 1992: Park YS, Hong SW, Kwak JM, Lee HH, Nam HG, Analysis of Brassica napus cDNA encoding a GTP-binding protein. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
62. 23 Oct 1992: Park YS, Hong SW, Kwak JM, Suh SG, Park HG, Nam HG, Cloning of turnip mosaic virus coat protein gene and its genetic engineering to produce viral resistant plants. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
63. 23 Oct 1992: Park YM, Nam HG, Modification and transfer of Arabidopsis yeast artificial chromosome clone into plant cell. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
64. 23 Oct 1992: Lee SY, Guen IC, Park SK, Park DH, Kim BC, Jung HI, Ahn YI, Kim DU, Nam HG, Isolation of tissue-or cell type-specific genes from plants by using promoterless gene fusion vector. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
65. 23 Oct 1992: Park SK, Choi HJ, Yoon YH, Gang HG, Kim BC, Nam HG, Kim DU, Selection of T-DNA tagged male sterile mutant by T-DNA insertional mutagenesis. The Korean Society for Molecular Biology Fall Conference
66. 10 Jul 1992: Nam HG, Protein kinase in plants. Plant Biotechnology Symposium, Korea University
67. 3 Jul 1992: Nam HG, Protein kinase in plants. The 45th Anniversary Life Science Symposium, Kangwon University, Korea
68. 1992: Park SK, Choi HJ, Uoon YH, Kang HG, Kim BC, Nam HG, Kim DU, Selection of T-DNA tagged male sterile mutants by T-DNA insertional mutagenesis. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.358
69. 1992: Han SG, Jin SW, Lee MH, Nam HG, Kim DU, Sohn UY, Genomic cloning of a ras-related gene from rice. Recent progress in Molecular Biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.347
70. 1992: Kim SO, Jin SW, Nam HG, Kim DU, Sohn UI, Molecular cloning of a ras-related cDNA from rice. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.346
71. 1992: Hwang MY, Jeon JP, Nam HG, Kim DU, Sohn UI, cDNA cloning and characterization of rice chitinases. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.346
72. 1992: Choi YB, Hong SW, Lee HJ, Park YS, Nam HG, Lee YS, Roles of protein kinases, G-proteins and phospholipases in signal transduction systems in plants. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 1, p.223
73. 1992: Choi JY, Park WJ, Park JM, Nam HG, Cloning and expression of human SOD gene in Nicotiana tabaccum. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.337
74. 1992: Hong SW, Park YS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Characterization of homologs of protein kinase in plant. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.337
75. 1992: Park YS, Hong SW, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Cloning of G-protein genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.331
76. Oct 1992: Hong SW, Park YS, Nam HG, Regulatory and functional analyses of Protein Kinase related genes of Arabidopsis thaliana. The Korean Biochemistry Society Conference
77. Oct 1992: Kwak JM, Park YS, Oh SA, Cho MJ, Kim YS, Lee DS, Lee HW, Sohn YI, Nam HG, Random sequencing of cDNA clones from Brassica napus. The Korean Biochemistry Society Conference
78. Apr 1992: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Large-scale generation of ESTs from Brassica and its application. The Korean Society of Biochemistry Spring Conference, Chungbuk National University, Korea
79. 1991: Park DH, Hyun MA, Lee SY, Cho KH, Nam HG, Kim DU, Transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana by DNA uptake. The Korean Society of Molecular Biology
80. 1991: Choi JY, Park WJ, Park JM, Nam HG, Cloning and expression of human SOD gene in Nicotiana tabaccum. The Korean Society of Molecular Biology
81. 1991: Hong SW, Park YS, Kwak JM, Nam HG, Characterization of homologs of protein Kinase in plant. The Korean Society of Molecular Biology
82. 1990: Kim BC, Chang SS, Nam HG, Progress toward cloning of the late flowering genes in Arabidopsis. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.164
83. 1990: Park YS, Han SI, Park DH, Clang SS, Aim DU, Nam HG, Introduction of a synthetic antifreeze gene into plants. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.164
84. 1990: Park YS, Hong SH, Lee SH, Sohn UI, Nam HG, RAS homologs and G proteins genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and engineering in Korea, 2, p.163
85. 1990: Kim SO, Lee CM, Chang SS, Nam HG, Progress toward YAC contig mapping of chromosome #1 of Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.162
86. 1990: Im SH, Oh SA, Nam HG, Construction of development-specific cDNA libraries and differential screening of flowering or senescence-specific genes in Arabidopsis. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.161
87. 1989: Kang HK, Chang SS, Nam HG, Isolation of putative homeotic genes from Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.141
88. 1989: Chang SS, Yu JS, Nam HG, Isolation of developmental, flowering, photomorphogenic mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.141
89. 1989: Chang SS, Park SK, Nam HG, Progress to clone developmentally important genes in Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.140
90. 1989: Park DH, Nam HG, Cloning of putative phospholipase C gene from Arabidopsis thaliana. Recent progress in molecular biology and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.139
91. 1989: Park DH, Chang SS, Kim DW, Nam HG, Construction of a plant fusion tagging vector to isolate developmentally regulated genes. Recent progress in molecular and genetic engineering in Korea, 2, p.91
 H) Attend Societies
International
1. 1999: Received research fund for academic-industrial cooperation from Novartis Inc. USA
 I) Conference Proceedings
1. 24 Apr. 1999: Nam HG, Genetics and molecular biology of plant senescence. The Korean Society of Animal Science-The Genetics Society of Korea-The Korean Society of Systematic Zoology Joint Spring Conference, Kyungpook National University, Korea
2. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Park JH, Woo HR, Jun JH, De la Serve BT, Nam HG, Molecular genetic analysis of delayed senescence mutants. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.347, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
3. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Vizir IY, Nam HG, ORE-6 mutation extends the longevity of leaves, stems, flowers and fruits in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.353, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
4. 24-28 Jun. 1998: Soh MS, Hong SH, Kim BC, Park DH, Vizir IY, Nam HG, shy2-1D is a dominant negative mutation of the IAA3 gene and modifies auxin & light-regulated developmental processes, The 9th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.273, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA
5. 18-22 Jan. 1998: Lim YP, Kim JH, Bang JW, Nam HG, Cho KW, Jang CS, Genetic mapping of Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa L. var. pekinensis). The 6th International Conference on the Plant Genome p.221, San Diego, USA
6. 25-29 Jun. 1997: Kim CS, Cho DS, Kwak JM, Jun JH, Nam HG, A large scale identification of functional plant gene by random antisense mutagenesis (RAM) using on Arabidopsis cDNA library. The 8th International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research p.12-19, Madison, USA
7. 12-16 Jan. 1997: Nam HG, Kim CS, Cho DS, Random antisense mutagenesis a novel approach for identification of functional plant genes. The 5th International Conference on the Plant Genome p.29, San Diego, USA
8. 23-27 Jun. 1996: Kim CS, Cho DS, Kim BC, Cho BH, Nam HG, Isolation of novel Arabidopsis genes by Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM). The 7th International Meeting on Arabidopsis Research p.102, University of Nottingham, UK
9. 30-31 Oct. 1995: Oh SA, Park JH, Paek KH, Kim YH, Nam HG, Isolation and characterization of mutants and genes associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The Czech-Korea joint seminar on plant biotechnology, Prague, Czech
10. 7-11 Jun. 1995: Kim BC, Soh MS, Nam HG, Characterization of a dominant, constitutive photomorphogenic shy2 mutations of Arabidopsis thaliana, The 6th international conference on Arabidopsis research p.206, Madison, USA
11. 7-11 Jun. 1995: Kim BC, Soh MS, Kang BJ, Nam HG, Two dominant photomorphogenic mutations of Arabidopsis identified as suppressor of hy2. The 6th international conference on Arabidopsis research, p.205, Madison, USA
12. 7-11 Jun. 1995: Kang BJ, Yang YY, Nam HG, Kamiya Y, A novel GA mutant of Arabidopsis thaliana generated by in planta transformation. The 6th international conference on Arabidopsis research p.314, Madison, USA
13. 14-15 Feb. 1995: Nam HG, Analysis of expressed sequences in Brassica plants. Rice Genome Workshop, Japan
14. 15-19 Jan. 1995: Kwak JM, Kim SA, Hong SW, Nam HG, Characterization of ESTs generated from guard cells of Brassica campestris. The International Conference of Plant Genome Research III p.171, San Diego, USA
15. 19-24 Jun. 1994: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The 4th international congress of plant molecular biology, Amsterdam, Netherlands
16. 24-27 Jan. 1994: Kwak JM, Park YS, Soh MS, Nam HG, Generation of expressed sequence tags of Brassica plants. Plant Genome II p.52, San Diego, USA
17. 28 Aug.- 3 Sep. 1993: Park YS, Park SG, Park HG, Kim DU, Nam HG, Cloning of turnip mosaic virus coat protein gene and its genetic engineering to produce viral-resistant Chinese cabbage. The 14th International Botanical Congress p.150 Yokohama, Japan
18. 28 Aug.- 3 Sep. 1993: Kwak JM, Park DH, Nam HG, Expression and production of foreign proteins by recombinant DNA tobacco cell culture, The 14th International Botanical Congress, Yokohama, Japan
19. 28 Aug.- 3 Sep. 1993: Kim YH, Oh SA, Kim BC, Nam HG, Isolation of mutants and genes that are associated with Arabidopsis leaf senescence. The 14th International Botanical Congress p.145, Yokohama, Japan
20. 9-14 Aug. 1992: Park YS, Hong SW, Song OK, Kwak JM, Oh SA, Nam HG, Regulation of Protein Kinase Genes in Plant. Plant Molecular Genetics (FASEB Summer Research Conference), St Louis, USA
21. 9-14 Aug. 1992: Kwak JM, Nam HG, Large-scale generation of ESTs from Brassica and its application. Plant Molecular Genetics meeting, Colorado, USA
22. 2-5 Jun. 1990: Chang SS, Park SK, Nam HG, Transformation of Arabidopsis thaliana by agrobacterium on wound. The 4th International Conference on Arabidopsis Research p.28, Vienna, Austria
23. 10-12 Apr. 1987: Goodman HM, Den Boer B, Fritze C, Hauge B, Lazar G, Loos B, Nam HG, Paek KH, Progress in constructing a physical map of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome. The 3rd International Arabidopsis Meeting, Michigan State University, USA
24. 1987: Haue BH, Fritze C, Nam HG, Paek KH, Goodman HM, Isolation of developmentally important genes from Arabidopsis. UCLA Symposia on Molecular and Cell Biology Steamboat Springs, USA
25. 1985: Nam HG, Fried HM, Sequences specifying the constitutive and temperature sensitive transcription of ribosomal protein gene tcml. Meetings on Molecular Biology of Yeast. New York, USA
26. 1984: Nam HG, Lochel S, Fried HM, Conditionally expressed yeast ribosomal protein genes as probes of coordinate gene expression. The 12th International conference of Yeast genetics and Molecular Biology p.155, Edinburgh, UK
 J) Academic-industrial Cooperation
1. 1999: Received research fund for academic-industrial cooperation from Novartis Inc. USA
 K) Research Grants
1. 1996 – 1998: Characterization of a gene encoding thiamin monophosphate pyrophosphorylase of Brassica napus, Core Research Project, Korea Science & Engineering Foundation (15,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 30,000,000 KRW)
2. 1998 – 1999: Identification of functional genes of Arabidopsis by Random Antisense Mutagenesis (RAM), Research Support Focused on Science & Technology, National Research Foundation of Korea (Total: 30,000,000 KRW)
3. 1996 – 1999: Identification of Arabidopsis mutants defective in phytochrome signal pathway, Korea Science & Engineering Foundation (Kyungpook National University) (15,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 45,000,000 KRW)
4. 1996 – 1999: Molecular genetic analysis of plant senescence, SRC, Korea Science & Engineering Foundation (Gyeongsang National University) (Total: 81,000,000 KRW)
5. 1993 – 1998: Development of viral disease resistance in red pepper by transgenic technology, G7 Project, Ministry of Science & Technology (Korea Science & Engineering Foundation) (215,000,000 KRW/Annum, Total: 944,000,000 KRW)


 

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