*: co-first, #: co-correspondence


  1. Short poly(A) tails are protected from deadenylation by the LARP1-PABP complex
    J. Park*, M. Kim*, H. Yi*, K. Baeg*, Y. Choi, Y.-s. Lee, J. Lim, and V. N. Kim
    Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol. (in revision)
  2. Epitope-preserving Magnified Analysis of Proteome (eMAP)
    J. Park*, S. Khan*, D. H. Yun*, T. Ku, K. L. Villa, J. E. Lee, Q. Zhang, J. Park, G. Feng, E. Nedivi#, and K. Chung#
    Sci. Adv. (accepted)


  1. PKR Senses Nuclear and Mitochondrial Signals by Interacting with Endogenous Double-Stranded RNAs.
    Y. Kim*#, J. Park*, S. Kim*, M. Kim, M.-G. Kang, C. Kwak, M. Kang, B. Kim, H.-W. Rhee, and V. N. Kim#
    Mol. Cell, 71(6):1051–1063.e6
    - Selected as "Research Highlights" in Nat. Chem. Biol., 14(11):989 (link)
  2. PABP Cooperates with the CCR4-NOT Complex to Promote mRNA Deadenylation and Block Precocious Decay.
    H. Yi*, J. Park*, M. Ha, J. Lim, H. Chang, and V. N. Kim
    Mol. Cell, 70(6):1081–1088.e5
    - Previewed in Mol. Cell, 70(6):987–988 (link)
  3. Microprocessor depends on hemin to recognize the apical loop of primary microRNA.
    T. A. Nguyen*#, J. Park*, T. L. Dang, Y.-G. Choi, and V. N. Kim#
    Nucleic Acids Res., 46(11):5726–5736


  1. Role of the small subunit processome in the maintenance of pluripotent stem cells.
    K. T. You, J. Park, and V. N. Kim
    Genes Dev., 29(19):2004–2009
  2. Functional Anatomy of the Human Microprocessor.
    T. A. Nguyen*, M. H. Jo*, Y.-G. Choi, J. Park, S. C. Kwon, S. Hohng, V. N. Kim#, and J.-S. Woo#
    Cell, 161(6):1374–1387


  1. TALEN-based knockout library for human microRNAs.
    Y.-K. Kim*, G. Wee*, J. Park, J. Kim, D. Baek, J.-S. Kim#, and V. N. Kim#
    Nat. Struct. Mol. Biol., 20(12):1458–1464