S. O. Jin

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A sensitive, rapid, and specific assay has been developed for the simultaneous determination of acetylsalicylic acid and caffeine in commercial tablets based on their natural fluorescence. The mixture of these drugs was resolved by first derivative synchronous fluorimetric technique using two scans. At Deltalambda=106 nm, using first derivative synchronous(More)
BACKGROUND In sparse-view CT imaging, strong streak artifacts may appear around bony structures and they often compromise the image readability. Compressed sensing (CS) or total variation (TV) minimization-based image reconstruction method has reduced the streak artifacts to a great extent, but, sparse-view CT imaging still suffers from residual streak(More)
NHEXAS AZ is a multimedia, multipathway exposure assessment survey designed to evaluate metals and other analytes. This paper reports the analyte-specific concentration distributions in each of the media examined (air, soil, house dust, food, beverage, and water), for various methodologies used (inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy and(More)
Pulse diagnosis, which is one of methods of diagnosis, is an important factor in oriental medicine. However, a problem in diagnosis with the pulse is that there is no objective standard. Therefore, the practitioners pass on the skill and students learn about pulse diagnosis as a method that depends on speech. In this study, the electronic pulse wave(More)
It has become popular to combine both Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Western medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of patients since such an approach can be noninvasive and allows for the individualized diagnosis and treatment. One method of diagnosis used in Chinese medicine is pulse taking, which involves the same fundamental principals(More)
In traditional Chinese and Korean medicine, doctors first observe a patient's pulse by gently and strongly pressing their fingers onto the wrist, and then make a diagnosis based on the observed pulse waves. The most common method to implement this diagnostic technique is to mechanically extract the pulse waves by applying a fixed range of pressures for all(More)
Within the context of the National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS), metals were evaluated in the air, soil, dust, water, food, beverages, and urine of a single respondent. Potential doses were calculated for five metals including arsenic. In this paper, we seek to validate the potential dose calculations through spatial analysis of the data.(More)
Recommended Citation Choi, Sanghun. "Structural and functional assessments of normal vs. asthmatic populations via image registration and CFD techniques. ii To Eon Ju and Dahye iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The presented work in this thesis could not have been done without the great help of many people. First of all, I am very grateful to my thesis supervisor, Dr.(More)
An evaluation index that can quantitatively assess the severity of chest wall deformities is essential to prepare and assess corrective surgical operations for patients with these deformities, including funnel chest patients. In previous studies, our group proposed several automatically calculated indices that represent the severity of depression and(More)
In this work a new spectrofluorimetric method for the determination of vitamin B(1), based on the catalytic activity of horseradish peroxidase (HRP) in the presence of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), has been developed. Non-fluorescent vitamin B(1) was easily converted through catalytic oxidation in alkaline medium into a fluorescent compound, even without(More)