Yong-Sang Kim

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Toluene gas was successfully measured at room temperature using a device microfabricated by a nanoimprinting method. A highly uniform nanoporous thin film was produced with a dense array of titania (TiO(2)) pores with a diameter of 70 ≈ 80 nm using this method. This thin film had a Pd/TiO(2) nanoporous/SiO(2)/Si MIS layered structure with Pd-TiO(2) as the(More)
A DNA hybridization sensor using pentacene thin film transistors (TFTs) is an excellent candidate for disposable sensor applications due to their low-cost fabrication process and fast detection. We fabricated pentacene TFTs on glass substrate for the sensing of DNA hybridization. The ss-DNA (polyA/polyT) or ds-DNA (polyA/polyT hybrid) were immobilized(More)
An integrated continuous-flow microfluidic chip was fabricated on glass substrate with PDMS based microchannels, cell lysis and PCR modules. Gold-microelectrodes were used to produce electrochemical cell lysis, while, indium-tin-oxide (ITO) microheater was used for thermal cycling of PCR reaction. The fabricated device was used for 20 cycles of PCR(More)
Microfabricated biochips are very efficient platforms for analysis of biologically important molecules such as DNA, RNA, enzymes, antibodies etc. These devices requires sample in micro/nano volume and produces faster and better results. For these reasons, we fabricated a simple, disposable microfluidic device for amperometric detection of DNA intercalated(More)
—A DNA hybridization sensor using pentacene thin film transistors (TFTs) is an excellent candidate for disposable sensor applications due to their low-cost fabrication process and fast detection. We fabricated pentacene TFTs on flexible substrate for the sensing of DNA hybridization. The 100 mer ss-DNA (poly A/poly T) or 100 bp ds-DNA (poly A/poly T hybrid)(More)
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