Sae-Hae Choi

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The hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties of the surface of poly-ether sulfone (PES) films were controlled by an atmospheric pressure plasma (AP) treatment using reactive gases (Ar/H(2) and Ar/O(2)). The surface properties of the Ar/H(2) and Ar/O(2) in series AP-treated PES films showed higher surface roughness (approximately 120%), surface energy(More)
Nanofibers containing cell nutrients (PGDs) were fabricated by mixing 5 wt% poly(epsilon-caprolactone) (P), 4 wt% gelatin (G), and 0-2.4 wt% Dulbecco's Modified Eagle's Medium (D). The contact angles showed a considerable decrease from 118.4 degrees on the P scaffold to 17.6 degrees on PGD1.6 (containing 1.6 wt% D). The weight loss ratios between PGD1.6 and(More)
Multifunctional carbon-based nanodots (C-dots) are synthesized using atmospheric plasma treatments involving reactive gases (oxygen and nitrogen). Surface design was achieved through one-step plasma treatment of C-dots (AC-paints) from polyethylene glycol used as a precursor. These AC-paints show high fluorescence, low cytotoxicity and excellent cellular(More)
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