Seok Jun J. Moon

Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea 
"Seok Jun Moon"
Mean distance: 16.69 (cluster 6)


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Craig Montell grad student 2003-2008 Johns Hopkins
 (Molecular genetics of Drosophila taste transduction.)


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Sun Wook Hwang collaborator
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Adpaikar AA, Zhang S, Kim HY, et al. (2022) Fine-tuning of epithelial taste bud organoid to promote functional recapitulation of taste reactivity. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : Cmls. 79: 211
Jang JH, Kim HK, Seo DW, et al. (2021) Whole-Brain Mapping of the Expression Pattern of , a Subunit Specific to the Sweet Taste Receptor. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy. 15: 751839
Sung HY, Jeong YT, Lim JY, et al. (2017) Heterogeneity in the Drosophila gustatory receptor complexes that detect aversive compounds. Nature Communications. 8: 1484
Kim H, Jeong YT, Choi MS, et al. (2017) Involvement of a Gr2a-Expressing Drosophila Pharyngeal Gustatory Receptor Neuron in Regulation of Aversion to High-Salt Foods. Molecules and Cells
Jeong YT, Oh SM, Shim J, et al. (2016) Mechanosensory neurons control sweet sensing in Drosophila. Nature Communications. 7: 12872
Shim J, Lee Y, Jeong YT, et al. (2015) The full repertoire of Drosophila gustatory receptors for detecting an aversive compound. Nature Communications. 6: 8867
Lee Y, Moon SJ, Wang Y, et al. (2015) A Drosophila Gustatory Receptor Required for Strychnine Sensation. Chemical Senses
Jeong YT, Shim J, Oh SR, et al. (2013) An odorant-binding protein required for suppression of sweet taste by bitter chemicals. Neuron. 79: 725-37
Lee Y, Kang MJ, Shim J, et al. (2012) Gustatory receptors required for avoiding the insecticide L-canavanine. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 1429-35
Moon SJ, Lee Y, Jiao Y, et al. (2009) A Drosophila gustatory receptor essential for aversive taste and inhibiting male-to-male courtship. Current Biology : Cb. 19: 1623-7
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