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Publications of Su Nguyen

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Su Nguyen has a terific publication list! It's amazing to me that this list of publications was just achieved during his graduate study. If you have any questions similar to this, please feel free to contact Su. I believe he will be helpful to many of you guys!

International Journals

  1. Nguyen Duy Su, Joeng Tae-Sook and Sok Dai-Eun. Apolipoprotein AI-mimetic peptides with antioxidant actions (Archives of biochemistry and biophysics, 2006, In press)

  2. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun. Preferable stimulation of PON1 arylesterase activity by phosphatidylcholines with polyunsaturated acyl chains, core aldehyde or core acid at sn-2 position. (BBA – Biomembranes, 2006, In press)

  3. Park Cheonho, Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Mee Ree, Jeong Tae-Sook and Dai-Eun Sok. Differential effect of lysophospholipids on activities of human paraoxonase 1, soluble or lipid-bound; activity regulation, binding property and apolipoprotein A-I effect. (Lipids, In press)

  4. Nguyen Duy Su, Joeng Tae- Sook, Kim Mee Ree and Dai-Eun Sok.  Broad-spectrum antioxidant peptides derived from His residue-containing sequences present in human paraoxonase 1. Free. Rad. Res. 40: 349-458. 2006

  5. Phuong Thien Thuong, Kim Min-Na, Nguyen Duy Su, Seong RS, Lee YM, Sok Dai-Eun and Bae Ki Hwan. Inhibitory Effect of Coumarins from Weigela subsessilis on Low Density Lipoprotein Oxidation. Biol. Pharm. Bull. 8:1095-1097. 2005.

  6. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun. Preferential inhibition of paraoxonase activity of human paraoxonase 1 by negatively charged lipids. J. Lipid Res. 45: 2211-2220. 2004.

  7. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun. Effect of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine on Cu2+-induced inactivation of HDL-associated paraoxonasel and oxidation of HDL; inactivation of paraoxonasel activity independent of HDL lipid oxidation. Free. Rad. Res. 38: 969-976. 2004.

  8. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ruyng, Kim Mee Ree, Jeong Tae Suk and Sok Dai-Eun. Cooper ions and hypochlorite are mainly responsible for oxidative inactivation of paraoxon-hydrolyzing activity in human high density lipoprotein. Toxicol Lett. 147: 201-208. 2004.

  9. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun. Oxidative inactivation of paraoxonase 1, an antioxidant protein and its effect on antioxidant action. Free. Rad. Res. 37: 1319-30. 2003.

  10. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai- Eun. Beneficial effect of oleoylated lipids on paraoxonase 1: Protection against oxidative inactivation and stabilization. Biochem. J. 375: 275-285. 2003

  11. Nguyen Duy Su, Liu Xi-Wen , Kim Mee Ree, Jeong Tae Suk and Sok Dai-Eun. Protective action of CLA against oxidative inactivation of Paraoxonase 1, an antioxidant enzyme. Lipids. 38: 615-622. 2003.

Korean Journals

  1. XinfengZhang, Phuong Thien Thuong, WenYi Jin, Nguyen Duy Su, Sok Dai-Eun Bae Ki Hwan and Kang Sam Sik Antioxidant activity of anthraquinones and flavonoids from flower of Reynoutria sachalinensis Arch. Pharm Res. 28: 22-27. 2005. (In English)

  2. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryoung Wei Chun Hua, Jeong Tae-Sook, and Sok Dai_Eun. Protective Action of N-terminal Sequence (DAHK) of Human Serum Albumin against Lipoprotein Oxidation. J. Pharm Sci (C.N.U). 20: 82-89. 2005. (In English)

  3. Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun. Existence of the Cysteine Residue in a region close to active center of human paraoxonase1 J. Pharm Sci (C.N.U). 19: 64-69. 2004 (In English)

  4. Nguyen Duy Su Kim Ju Ryung, Liu Xi-Wen and Sok Dai-Eun. Prevention against cumen hydroperoxide-mediated oxidative inactivation of paraoxonase 1. J. Pharm. Sci (C.N.U) 18: 32-36. 2003. (In Korean)

  5. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung, Jeong Tae Suk, Liu Xi-Wen and Sok Dai-Eun. Oxidative inactivation of Paraoxonase 1 from human plasma. J. Pharm Sci (C.N.U) 17: 40-45. 2002. (In Korean)

Oral Presentation

Nguyen Duy Su and Sok Dai-Eun Oxidative inactivation of paraoxonase1 (PON1) and its interaction with fatty acids and phospholipids, a promising approach to preserving PON1 activity: Annual graduate student Seminar held by College of Pharmacy, Chungnam National University. October 2, 2003 (The best oral presentation)

Conference Poster Presentation

  1. Nguyen Duy Su, Jeong Tae-Sook and Sok Dai-Eun. Design of Apolipoprotein AI-mimetic peptides with enhanced antioxidant actions. The Proceeding of the convention of the Pharmaceutical Society of Korea. Seoul, Korea, November 28-29, 2005

  2. Nguyen Duy Su, Jeong Tae-Sook and Sok Dai-Eun. Broad-spectrum antioxidant peptides derived from his residue-containing sequences present in human paraoxonase1 The Proceeding of the convention of the Pharmaceutical Society of Korea. Seoul, Korea, April 18, 2005

  3. Nguyen Duy Su, Park Cheon Ho, Kim Mee Ree and Sok Dai-Eun. Preferential inhibition of paraoxonase activity of human PON1 by negatively-charged lipids. IBCs Cardiovascular Research & Therapeutic Development, MIT, USA, July 14-15, 2004

  4. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung, Jeong Tae-Sook and Sok Dai-Eun. Distinguishment of two polymorphic forms (Q&R) of paraoxonase1 by linoleic acid. The Proceeding of the 53th Annual Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society. Seoul, Korea October 17-18, 2004

  5. Zhang Xinfeng, Phuong Thien Thuong, Nguyen Duy Su, Sok Dai-Eun Kang Sam Sik and Bae Ki Hwan. Antioxidant anthraquinones and flavonoids from the flower of Reynoutria sachalinensis. The Proceeding of the convention of the Pharmaceutical Society of Korea. Daejon, Korea, April 22-23, 2004

  6. Phuong Thien Thuong, Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Young Ho, Lee Young Mi, Sok Dae-Eun and Bae Ki Hwan. Protective Action of Courmarin from Weigela Subsesssilis against Cu2+-mediated LDL oxidation. The Proceeding of the convention of the Pharmaceutical Society of Korea. Daejon, Korea, April 22-23, 2004

  7. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryoung, Park Cheon Ho and Sok Dai-Eun. Effect of 3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine on Cu2+-induced inactivation of HDL-associated paraoxonasel and oxidation of HDL; inactivation of paraoxonasel activity independent of HDL lipid oxidation. The Proceeding of the Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society of Korea. Daejon, Korea, April 22-23, 2004

  8. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung and Sok Dai Eun. Cooper ions and hypochlorite are mainly responsible for oxidative inactivation of paraoxon-hydrolyzing activity in human high density lipoprotein. The Proceeding of the 52th Annual Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society. Seoul, Korea October 9-10, 2003

  9. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung and Sok Dai Eun Protection of paraoxonase1 by Lipids. International Symposium on Triglycerides, Metabolic Disorders, and cardiovascular Disease, NewYork, USA, July 10-13, 2003

  10. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung and Sok Dai-Eun. Protection of paraoxonaxe1 by lipids The Proceeding of the Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society. Dae Gu, Korea, April 17-18, 2003

  11. Nguyen Duy Su, Kim Ju Ryung and Sok Dai-Eun. Purification of Paraoxonase 1 from human plasma. The Proceeding of the Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society. Chung buk, Korea, April 10-11, 2002

  12. Nguyen Duy Su, Liu Xi Wen and Sok Dai-Eun Oxidative inactivation of Paraoxonase 1 from hiumna plasma. The Proceeding of International Annual Convention of the Pharmaceutical Society. Seoul, Korea October 17-18, 2001.