Seunghun Jang

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BACKGROUND Early detection of drug-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis is important for the control and prevention of disease transmission. However, conventional drug susceptibility tests for drug-resistant M tuberculosis take at least 3 to 8 weeks. Here, we report the clinical efficacy of direct DNA sequencing analysis for detecting drug-resistant TB on(More)
Compressive sensing enables us to reduce the sampling rate below the Shannon Nyquist sampling rate. Unfortunately, in wideband systems, compressive sensing based signal processing often includes the undesired signals. In a previous work, ZF based method was proposed for interference cancellation. However, ZF based method do not consider the effect of noise.(More)
We present an interesting phenomenon, "atomic force masking", which is the deposition of a few-nanometer-thick gold film on ultrathin low-molecular-weight (LMW) polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) engineered on a polycrystalline gold thin film, and demonstrated the formation of hot spot based on SERS. The essential principle of this atomic force masking phenomenon(More)
Hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) is known to be a promising therapeutic cytokine to fibrotic diseases such as liver fibrosis. As a ‘proof of concept’, we addressed first, whether mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) might be useful as a vehicle to carry HGF into fibrotic liver, thus results in a better therapeutic effect than MSC alone and second, what is the(More)
Here, we demonstrated the transparency of graphene to the atomic arrangement of a substrate surface, i.e., the "lattice transparency" of graphene, by using hydrothermally grown ZnO nanorods as a model system. The growth behaviors of ZnO nanocrystals on graphene-coated and uncoated substrates with various crystal structures were investigated. The atomic(More)
Selective dinitrogen binding to transition metal ions mainly covers two strategic domains: biological nitrogen fixation catalysed by metalloenzyme nitrogenases, and adsorptive purification of natural gas and air. Many transition metal-dinitrogen complexes have been envisaged for biomimetic nitrogen fixation to produce ammonia. Inspired by this concept, here(More)
Recently, we isolated HY253, a novel decahydrofluorene analog with a molecular structure of 7,8a-divinyl-2,4a,4b,5,6,7,8,8a,9,9a-decahydro-1H-fluorene-2,4a,4b,9a-tetraol from the roots of Aralia continentalis, which is known as Dokwhal, a traditional medicinal herb. Moreover, we previously reported its cytotoxic activity on cancer cell proliferation in(More)
Due to its extreme thinness, graphene can transmit some surface properties of its underlying substrate, a phenomenon referred to as graphene transparency. Here we demonstrate the application of the transparency of graphene as a protector of thin-film catalysts and a booster of their catalytic efficiency. The photocatalytic degradation of dye molecules by(More)
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