Jun Sung Kang

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Two W(V)-Mn(III) bimetallic compounds, [Mn(Cl-salmen)(H(2)O)2]{[Mn(5-Clsalmen)(H(2)O)]2[W(CN)8].2H(2)O (1.2H(2)O) [5-Clsalmen = N,N'-(1-methylethylene)bis(5-chlorosalicylideneiminato) dianion], which contains trinuclear Mn(2)W and isolated Mn(III) moieties, and [Mn(3-MeOsalcy)(H(2)O)2]3[W(CN)(8)].2H(2)O (2.2H(2)O) [3-MeOsalcy =(More)
Covalent protein-oligodeoxynucleotide (protein-ODN) conjugates are useful in a number of biological applications, but synthesizing discrete conjugates-where the connection between the two components is at a defined location in both the protein and the ODN-under mild conditions with significant yield can be a challenge. In this article, we demonstrate a(More)
We report that poly(L-lysine)-graft-poly(ethylene glycol) (PLL-g-PEG) copolymers that bear multiple thiol groups on the polymer backbone are exceptional ligands for gold nanoparticles (AuNPs). In general, these graft copolymer ligands stabilize AuNPs against environments that would ordinarily lead to particle aggregation. To characterize the effect of(More)
Two cyano-bridged Cu(II)-M(V) [M = Mo (2), W (3)] complexes formed by self-assembly of octacyanometalates [M(CN)8]3- (M = Mo, W) with a new molecular precursor [Cu(L2)]2+ (1) (L2 = a macrocyclic ligand) in a 2:3 ratio have been investigated in terms of structures and magnetic behaviors. The M2Cu3 repeating unit of both bimetallic compounds is extended to a(More)
1,3-Dipolar [3 + 2] cycloaddition between azides and alkynes--an archetypal "click" chemistry--has been used increasingly for the functionalization of nucleic acids. Copper(I)-catalyzed 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition reactions between alkyne-tagged DNA molecules and azides work well, but they require optimization of multiple reagents, and Cu ions are known to(More)
The hydration effect on the intrinsic magnetism of natural salmon double-strand DNA was explored using electron magnetic resonance (EMR) spectroscopy and superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetic measurements. We learned from this study that the magnetic properties of DNA are roughly classified into two distinct groups depending on their(More)
Poster Title Page AES-1 Characterizing the Dielectric Properties of Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells Using a Quadrupole Microfluidic Device Tayloria Adams, Brenda Ogle, and Adrienne Minerick 2 AES-2 Monitoring Hydroxyl Radical Production In Mitochondria with Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography Margaret A. Donoghue and Edgar A. Arriaga 3 AES-3 Separation of(More)
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