Changdong Kim

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Magnetic resonance imaging and optical microscopy are key technologies in the life sciences. For microbiological studies, especially of the inner workings of single cells, optical microscopy is normally used because it easily achieves resolution close to the optical wavelength. But in conventional microscopy, diffraction limits the resolution to about half(More)
Associations of carcass phenotypes with genes regulating fat and energy metabolism involved in adaptive thermogenesis were examined in beef cattle. Carcass weight (CW) was found to be associated with MAP2K6 and UCP2 genes; back fat thickness (BFT) was found to be associated with PPARGC1A, MAP2K6, and UCP2 genes; marbling score (MS) was found to be(More)
This article demonstrated a new approach for fabrication and sharpening of metal tips of scanning probe microscopes. Experimentally, a metal tip was heated and melted by a focused laser light. The tip was then sharpened by a strong electric field and consolidated as the laser was turned off. With a low-vacuum and a high-voltage source, a 25-µm indium-coated(More)
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