Tae-In Kam

Tae-In Kam

Johns Hopkins University

H-index: 26

North America-United States

About Tae-In Kam

Tae-In Kam, With an exceptional h-index of 26 and a recent h-index of 25 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Johns Hopkins University, specializes in the field of Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Cell death, Neurodegeneration, Neuoinflammation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Pole Test

Wire Hang Test

Production of α-synuclein preformed fibrils (PFF)

Endolysosomal impairment by binding of amyloid beta or MAPT/Tau to V-ATPase and rescue via the HYAL-CD44 axis in Alzheimer disease

PAR-kinson’s Disease?; Role of Poly (ADP-ribose)(PAR) in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Histone H1. 2 Dependent Translocation of Poly (ADP-ribose) Initiates Parthanatos

Reactive astrocyte-derived neurotoxins are responsible for the neurodegeneration in a model of Parkinson’s disease

Detection of par in the csf of patients with parkinson's disease

Tae-In Kam Information

University

Position

Assistant Professor School of Medicine

Citations(all)

5702

Citations(since 2020)

4746

Cited By

2505

hIndex(all)

26

hIndex(since 2020)

25

i10Index(all)

37

i10Index(since 2020)

37

Email

University Profile Page

Johns Hopkins University

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Tae-In Kam Skills & Research Interests

Parkinson's disease

Alzheimer's disease

Cell death

Neurodegeneration

Neuoinflammation

Top articles of Tae-In Kam

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Pole Test

Pranay Srivastava

2023/12/1

Wire Hang Test

Sabina Marciano

Tae-In Kam

Roberta Marongiu

Ted Dawson

2024/4/2

Production of α-synuclein preformed fibrils (PFF)

Tae-In Kam

Rong Chen

Valina L Dawson

Ted Dawson

2024/2/21

Endolysosomal impairment by binding of amyloid beta or MAPT/Tau to V-ATPase and rescue via the HYAL-CD44 axis in Alzheimer disease

Autophagy

Seo-Hyun Kim

Young-Sin Cho

Youbin Kim

Jisu Park

Seung-Min Yoo

...

2023/8/3

PAR-kinson’s Disease?; Role of Poly (ADP-ribose)(PAR) in Neurodegenerative Diseases

Tae-In Kam

2023

Histone H1. 2 Dependent Translocation of Poly (ADP-ribose) Initiates Parthanatos

bioRxiv

Jing Fan

Bong Gu Kang

Tae-In Kam

Adam A Behensky

Jesse Rines

...

2023/6/18

Reactive astrocyte-derived neurotoxins are responsible for the neurodegeneration in a model of Parkinson’s disease

Tae-In Kam

2023

Detection of par in the csf of patients with parkinson's disease

2023/6/8

PARIS undergoes liquid–liquid phase separation and poly (ADP‐ribose)‐mediated solidification

EMBO reports

Hojin Kang

Soojeong Park

Areum Jo

Xiaobo Mao

Manoj Kumar

...

2023/11/6

Exploring [11C] CPPC as a CSF1R-targeted PET Imaging Marker for Early Parkinson’s Disease Severity

medRxiv

Kelly A Mills

Yong Du

Jennifer M Coughlin

Catherine A Foss

Andrew G Horti

...

2023/6/3

Farnesol prevents aging-related muscle weakness in mice through enhanced farnesylation of Parkin-interacting substrate

Science translational medicine

Ju-Hyeon Bae

Areum Jo

Sung Chun Cho

Yun-Il Lee

Tae-In Kam

...

2023/8/30

Pathogenic role of RAGE in tau transmission and memory deficits

Biological psychiatry

Youbin Kim

Hyejin Park

Youngwon Kim

Seo-Hyun Kim

Jae Hoon Lee

...

2023/5/1

Biomarkers for neurodegenerative disorders

2022/9/15

PAAN/MIF nuclease inhibition prevents neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s disease

Cell

Hyejin Park

Tae-In Kam

Hanjing Peng

Shih-Ching Chou

Amir A Mehrabani-Tabari

...

2022/5/26

Poly(ADP-ribose) promotes toxicity of C9ORF72 arginine-rich dipeptide repeat proteins

Science translational medicine

Junli Gao

Quinlan T Mewborne

Amandeep Girdhar

Udit Sheth

Alyssa N Coyne

...

2022/9/14

Interleukin-6 triggers toxic neuronal iron sequestration in response to pathological α-synuclein

Cell reports

Jacob K Sterling

Tae-In Kam

Samyuktha Guttha

Hyejin Park

Bailey Baumann

...

2022/2/15

Neuroprotective compounds and methods of use thereof

2022/11/24

Amelioration of pathologic α-synuclein-induced Parkinson’s disease by irisin

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Tae-In Kam

Hyejin Park

Shih-Ching Chou

Jonathan G Van Vranken

Melanie J Mittenbühler

...

2022/9/6

Poly ADP-Ribose Signaling is Dysregulated in Huntington’s Disease Patients

bioRxiv

Tamara Maiuri

Carlos Barba Bazan

Rachel J Harding

Nola Begeja

Tae-In Kam

...

2022/11/24

Mif inhibitors and methods of use thereof

2022/8/11

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Co-Authors

H-index: 158
Valina L. Dawson

Valina L. Dawson

Johns Hopkins University

H-index: 135
Junying Yuan

Junying Yuan

Harvard University

H-index: 86
William Klein

William Klein

North Western University

H-index: 38
Hanseok Ko

Hanseok Ko

Johns Hopkins University

H-index: 17
Nikhil Panicker

Nikhil Panicker

Johns Hopkins University

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