Seung Hyun Sung

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The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) SM protein is a posttranscriptional regulator of cellular and viral gene expression that binds and stabilizes target mRNAs and shuttles from nucleus to cytoplasm. SM enhances expression of several EBV genes required for lytic replication and is essential for virion production. SM increases accumulation of specific mRNAs but also(More)
Viruses utilize numerous mechanisms to counteract the host's immune response. Interferon production is a major component of the host antiviral response. Many viruses, therefore, produce proteins or RNA molecules that inhibit interferon-induced signal transduction pathways and their associated antiviral effects. Surprisingly, some viruses directly induce(More)
A coarse-mesh finite element model of an engine cradle structure is experimentally correlated using the structural system identification technique. The coarsemesh model represents the cradle structure with beam and spring elements. The structural system identifcation code SSID is used to update the structural properties to correlate the model with measured(More)
We present the mold design rules for assuring residual layer-free patterning in thermal imprint processes. Using simple relations for mass balance, structural stability, and work of adhesion, we derive the conditions with respect to the given single or multigeometrical feature of the mold, which are compared with simple thermal imprint experiments using(More)
A strategy to fabricate nanostructured poly(3-hexylthiophene) (P3HT) films for organic photovoltaic (OPV) cells by a direct transfer method from a reusable soft replica mold is presented. The flexible polyfluoropolyether (PFPE) replica mold allows low-pressure and low- temperature process condition for the successful transfer of nanostructured P3HT films(More)
Folds, highly deformed structures, have received extensive attention for their nonlinear responses due to a large strain on soft matters. To investigate the folding phenomena, here, we exploit residual tensile stress during metal deposition, which is large enough to compress a thin film coating and introduce a photocurable viscous fluid to decrease the(More)
Electrostatic force microscopy (EFM) is often used for nanoscale dielectric spectroscopy, the measurement of local dielectric properties of materials as a function of frequency. However, the frequency range of atomic force microscopy (AFM)-based dielectric spectroscopy has been limited to a few kilohertz by the resonance frequency and noise of soft(More)
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