Publications

co-investigators, key personnel, or other significant contributors in this proposed study

Omics approaches to understanding interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome

You Y, Yang W, Anger JT, Freeman MR, Kim J.* (2012) Omics approaches to understanding interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome/bladder pain syndrome. International Neurourology Journal, 16(4):159-68. PMID: 23346481 PMCID: PMC3547176  *corresponding author

Integration analysis of quantitative proteomics and transcriptomics data identifies potential targets of frizzled-8 protein-related antiproliferative factor in vivo

Yang W, Kim Y, Kim T, Keay SK, Kim KP, Steen H, Freeman MR, Hwang D, Kim J*. (2012) Integration analysis of quantitative proteomics and transcriptomics data identifies potential targets of frizzled-8 protein-related antiproliferative factor in vivo, British Journal of Urology International, 110(11c):E1138-E1146, PMID: 22738385 PMCID: PMC3461241  *corresponding author

A synthetic form of frizzled 8-associated antiproliferative factor

Kim J*, Keay SK, You S, Loda M, Freeman MR. (2012) A synthetic form of frizzled 8-associated antiproliferative factor enhances p53 stability through USP2a and MDM2, PLoS ONE, 7(12):e50392. PMID: 23236372 PMCID: PMC3516501 *corresponding author

Alterations in the DNA methylation patterns of Calca, Timp3, Mmp2, and Igf2r associated with chronic cystitis in a cyclosphosphamide-induced mouse model

Choi IS, Yu KK, Kim J, Guzman E, Weisenberger DJ, Oghamian S, Kim HJ, Lee KH, Carroll C, Trinh BN, Kim M, Houshdaran S, Laird PW, Jones PA, Warburton D, Liang G, and Koh CJ.  (2013) Alterations in the DNA methylation patterns of Calca, Timp3, Mmp2, and Igf2r associated with chronic cystitis in a cyclosphosphamide-induced mouse model.   Urology, 82(1):253.e9-15, PMID: 23806407 PMCID: PMC3697025

Metabolomics insights into pathophysiological mechanisms of interstitial cystitis

Fiehn O, Kim J. (2014) Metabolomics insights into pathophysiological mechanisms of interstitial cystitis. International Neurourology Journal, 18(3):106-14 PMID: 25279237 PMCID: PMC4180160

Urinary Metabolite Profiling Combined with Computational Analysis Predicts Interstitial Cystitis-Associated Candidate Biomarkers

Wen H, Lee T, You S, Park SH, Song H, Eilber K, Anger JT, Freeman MR, Park S*, Kim J (2015) Urinary Metabolite Profiling Combined with Computational Analysis Predicts Interstitial Cystitis-Associated Candidate Biomarkers. Journal of Proteome Research, 14(1):541-8. PMID: 25353990 PMCID: PMC4286193   *co-corresponding authors PMC4180160

Interstitial Cystitis-Associated Urinary Metabolites Identified by Mass-Spectrometry Based Metabolomics Analysis

Kind T, Cho E, Park T, Deng N, Liu Z, Lee T, Fiehn O, Kim J (2016) Interstitial Cystitis-Associated Urinary Metabolites Identified by Mass-Spectrometry Based Metabolomics Analysis, Scientific Reports, 6:39227, PMID: 27976711 PMCID: PMC5156939

Differential perturbation of the interstitial cystitis-associated genes of bladder and urethra in rat model

Choi BH, You S, Park CS, Cho EH, Park TD, Kim S, Kim YJ, Lee T, Kim J (2017) Differential perturbation of the interstitial cystitis-associated genes of bladder and urethra in rat model, Cell Cycle, 16(8):749-758, PMID: 28278053 PMCID: PMC5405721

Urinary proteomics and metabolomics studies to monitor bladder health and urological diseases

Chen Z, Kim J. (2016) Urinary proteomics and metabolomics studies to monitor bladder  health and urological diseases, BMC Urology, 16(1):11, PMID: 27000794

Are We Ready to Use the Omics Strategies for Precision Medicine? Special Issue, Omics Approaches to Understand Bladder Diseases and Beyond

Kim J (2016) Are We Ready to Use the Omics Strategies for Precision Medicine? Special Issue, Omics Approaches to Understand Bladder Diseases and Beyond, International Neurourology Journal. 20(Suppl 2):S65-67. PMID: 27915470, PMCID: PMC5169089

Waste Product or Biologically Active Tissue?

Urinology Think Tank Study Group: Barasch J, Bavendam T, Birder L, Buffington CA, Campeau L, Dmochowski R, Hewitt S, Hill W, Hoshizaki D, Kim J, Klein J, Norton JM, Seed P, Williams J, Yu W, and Star R  (2017) Urine: Waste Product or Biologically Active Tissue? Neurourology and Urodynamics (in press)(manuscript is attached)