Hyunjin Moon

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Stretchable and transparent electronics have steadily attracted huge attention in wearable devices. Although Ag nanowire is the one of the most promising candidates for transparent and stretchable electronics, its electrochemical instability has forbidden its application to the development of electrochemical energy devices such as supercapacitors. Here, we(More)
Transparent and stretchable energy storage devices have attracted significant interest due to their potential to be applied to biocompatible and wearable electronics. Supercapacitors that use the reversible faradaic redox reaction of conducting polymer have a higher specific capacitance as compared with electrical double-layer capacitors. Typically, the(More)
Hypoxia-Inducible Factor-1 (HIF-1) plays an important role as a transcription factor under hypoxia. It activates numerous genes including those involved in angiogenesis, glucose metabolisms, cell proliferation and cell survival. The HIF-1 alpha subunit is regulated by 2-oxoglutarate (OG)- and Fe(II)-dependent hydroxylases, including Factor Inhibiting HIF-1(More)
Copper nanomaterials suffer from severe oxidation problem despite the huge cost effectiveness. The effect of two different processes for conventional tube furnace heating and selective laser sintering on copper nanoparticle paste is compared in the aspects of chemical, electrical and surface morphology. The thermal behavior of the copper thin films by(More)
Although solution processed metal nanowire (NW) percolation networks are a strong candidate to replace commercial indium tin oxide, their performance is limited in thin film device applications due to reduced effective electrical areas arising from the dimple structure and percolative voids that single size metal NW percolation networks inevitably possess.(More)
Since transparent conducting films based on silver nanowires (AgNWs) have shown higher transmittance and electrical conductivity compared to those of indium tin oxide (ITO) films, the electronics industry has recognized them as promising substitutes. However, due to the higher haze value of AgNW transparent conducting films compared to ITO films, the(More)
Retinoic acid inducible gene-I (RIG-I) is an essential component of the innate immune system that is responsible for the detection and elimination of invading viruses. RIG-I recognizes viral RNAs inside the cell and then initiates downstream signalling to activate the IRF-3 and NF-kappaB genes, which results in the production of type I interferons. RIG-I is(More)
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