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What does KNU stand for?

KNU stands for Kyungpook National University (Daegu, South Korea)


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Celsion has research, license, or commercialization agreements with leading institutions such as the National Institutes of Health, Duke University Medical Center, University of Hong Kong, the University of Pisa, the UCLA Department of Medicine, the Kyungpook National University Hospital, the Beijing Cancer Hospital and the University of Oxford.
in Applied Geology from Kyungpook National University in South Korea, and a Professional Engineer, holding a Master's Degree in Mining Engineering from the University of British Columbia, Canada.
Material & Methods Patients: Forty five unrelated patients with TBMN (29 males and 16 females) with a mean age of 30 yr (range 17 to 62 yr) were recruited consecutively from January 2002 to January 2007 from the Department of Nephrology, Kyungpook National University Hospital, Daegu in Korea.
090464 Jung-ah Kwon, [1,7] Hyeseon Lee, [2,3,7] Kap No Lee, [1] Kwangchun Chae, [4] Seram Lee, [4,6] Dong-ki Lee, [5] and Soyoun Kim [4,6] * [1] Diagnosis Division, Kuro Korea University Hospital, Seoul, Korea; [2] Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang, Korea; [3] Department of Statistics, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea; [4] Chemistry Department, Dongguk University, Seoul, Korea; [5] Department of Chemistry and BK School of Molecular Science, Pohang University of Science and Technology, Pohang, Korea; [6] NanoBio Lab, National Research Laboratory, Ministry of Science and Technology, Korea.
Duk-Hee Lee at Kyungpook National University in South Korea and colleagues reported last year that people with higher levels of 6 different persistent organic pollutants (POPs) were more likely to have diabetes than people with low levels of POPs.