Professional Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Seoul National University (2003)
  • Bachelor (Undeclared), ChungDam High School (1995)

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Journal Articles

  • Diversity-oriented approaches for interrogating T-cell receptor repertoire, ligand recognition, and function IMMUNOLOGICAL REVIEWS Birnbaum, M. E., Dong, S., Garcia, K. C. 2012; 250: 82-101


    Molecular diversity lies at the heart of adaptive immunity. T-cell receptors and peptide-major histocompatibility complex molecules utilize and rely upon an enormous degree of diversity at the levels of genetics, chemistry, and structure to engage one another and carry out their functions. This high level of diversity complicates the systematic study of important aspects of T-cell biology, but recent technical advances have allowed for the ability to study diversity in a comprehensive manner. In this review, we assess insights gained into T-cell receptor function and biology from our increasingly precise ability to assess the T-cell repertoire as a whole or to perturb individual receptors with engineered reagents. We conclude with a perspective on a new class of high-affinity, non-stimulatory peptide ligands we have recently discovered using diversity-oriented techniques that challenges notions for how we think about T-cell receptor signaling.

    View details for DOI 10.1111/imr.12006

    View details for Web of Science ID 000309752300006

    View details for PubMedID 23046124

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