Jinyoung Kang

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This paper demonstrates the principle of the nanoparticle-contrast-agent-enabled terahertz imaging (CATHI) technique, which yields a dramatic sensitivity of the differential signal from cancer cells with nanoparticles. The terahertz (THz) reflection signal increased beam by 20% in the cancer cells with nanoparticles of gold nano-rods (GNRs) upon their(More)
Novel hollow silica nanoparticles (HSNPs) for drug delivery vehicles were synthesized using silica-coated magnetic assemblies, which are composed of a number of Fe(3)O(4) nanocrystals, as templates. The core cavity was obtained by removal of Fe(3)O(4) phase with hydrochloric acid and subsequent calcination at a high temperature. HSNPs were modified by amine(More)
Near-infrared-light-sensitive multifunctional smart drug-loaded polymer gold nanoshells are fabricated as advanced prototypes, composed of chemotherapeutic agents (therapeutic antibody and anticancer drug-loaded polymeric nanoparticles) for systemic chemotherapy of human epithelial cancer and a polymer-based gold nanoshell for localized photothermal(More)
We synthesized novel fluorescent magnetic silica nanoparticles (FMSNPs) containing large magnetic components for biomedical application. By employing assemblies of magnetic nanoparticles as kernels against FMSNPs, both the saturation of magnetization and the magnetic resonance (MR) signal intensity were significantly enhanced. Furthermore, the cellular(More)
Anaerobic digestate of piggery wastewater (ADPW) contains high concentrations of ammonia and phosphorus with unbalanced molar ratio. Thus, ammonia remains at a high level even after phosphorus is completely removed through struvite formation. In this study, both ammonia and phosphorus were recovered by adding leachate of sewage sludge ash (SSA) into ADPW.(More)
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