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    Synthesis of 2- and 7- Substituted C19 Steroids Having a 1,4,6-Triene or 1,4-Diene Structure and Their Cytotoxic Effects on T47D and MDA-MB231 Breast Cancer Cells

    Kim, Minwoo, Ma, Eunsook
    Molecules, 2010, Vol.15(6), pp.4408-4422 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Experimental performance analysis of lightweight block ciphers and message authentication codes for wireless sensor networks

    Shin, Sooyeon, Kim, Minwoo, Kwon, Taekyoung
    International journal of distributed sensor networks, November 2017, Vol.13(11) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Reconstruction of time-domain impedance boundary condition considering the incident intensity effect on perforated-plate acoustic liner

    Kim, Minwoo, Bin, Jonghoon, Lee, Soogab
    Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 2012, Vol.26(2), pp.463-471 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Highly Efficient Infrared Photodetection in a Gate‐Controllable Van der Waals Heterojunction with Staggered Bandgap Alignment

    Jo, Seo‐Hyeon, Lee, Hae Won, Shim, Jaewoo, Heo, Keun, Kim, Minwoo, Song, Young Jae, Park, Jin‐Hong
    Advanced Science, April 2018, Vol.5(4), pp.n/a-n/a [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Prophylactic efficacy of orally administered Bacillus poly-γ-glutamic acid, a non-LPS TLR4 ligand, against norovirus infection in mice

    Lee, Wooseong, Kim, Minwoo, Lee, Seung-Hoon, Jung, Hae-Gwang, Oh, Jong-Won
    Scientific reports, 06 June 2018, Vol.8(1), pp.8667 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Pagetoid Bowen Disease Initially Misdiagnosed as Ectopic Extramammary Paget's Disease

    Lee, Jaewon, Kim, Minwoo, Moon, Jungyoon, Yoon, Hyun-Sun, Cho, Soyun, Park, Hyun-Sun
    Annals of dermatology, April 2018, Vol.30(2), pp.218-221 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Hepatitis C Virus Core Protein Promotes miR-122 Destabilization by Inhibiting GLD-2

    Kim, Geon-Woo, Lee, Seung-Hoon, Cho, Hee, Kim, Minwoo, Shin, Eui-Cheol, Oh, Jong-Won
    PLoS Pathogens, 2016, Vol.12(7) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Hierarchical nanostructured hollow spherical carbon with mesoporous shell as a unique cathode catalyst support in proton exchange membrane fuel cell

    Fang, Baizeng, Kim, Jung Ho, Kim, Minsik, Kim, Minwoo, Yu, Jong-Sung
    Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 07 March 2009, Vol.11(9), pp.1380-7 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Hierarchical nanostructured hollow spherical carbon with mesoporous shell as a unique cathode catalyst support in proton exchange membrane fuel cell
    Author: Fang, Baizeng; Kim, Jung Ho; Kim, Minsik; Kim, Minwoo; Yu, Jong-Sung
    Subject: Kohlenstoffnanoröhrchen ; Brennstoffzelle ; Kathode ; Platin ; Chemische Aktivierung ; Katalyse ; Oberflächeneigenschaft ; Chemistry;
    Description: Hierarchical nanostructured spherical carbon with hollow macroporous core in combination with mesoporous shell has been explored to support Pt cathode catalyst with high metal loading in proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC). The hollow core-mesoporous shell carbon (HCMSC) has unique structural characteristics such as large specific surface area and mesoporous volume, ensuring uniform dispersion of the supported high loading (60 wt%) Pt nanoparticles with small particle size, and well-developed three-dimensionally interconnected hierarchical porosity network, facilitating fast mass transport. The HCMSC-supported Pt(60 wt%) cathode catalyst has demonstrated markedly enhanced catalytic activity toward oxygen reduction and greatly improved PEMFC polarization performance compared with carbon black Vulcan XC-72 (VC)-supported ones. Furthermore, the HCMSC-supported Pt(40 wt%) or Pt(60 wt%) outperforms the HCMSC-supported Pt(20 wt%) even at a low catalyst loading of 0.2 mg Pt cm(-2) in the cathode, which is completely different from the VC-supported Pt catalysts. The capability of supporting high loading Pt is supposed to accelerate the commercialization of PEMFC due to the anticipated significant reduction in the amount of catalyst support required, diffusion layer thickness and fabricating cost of the supported Pt catalyst electrode.
    Is part of: Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 07 March 2009, Vol.11(9), pp.1380-7
    Identifier: 1463-9076 (ISSN); 19224039 Version (PMID); 10.1039/b816629c (DOI)

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    Two-dimensional Nature of Center-of-mass Excitons Confined in a Single CdMnTe/CdTe/CdMnTe Heterostructure

    Lee, Woojin, Kim, Minwoo, Yang, Hanyi, Kyhm, Kwangseuk, Murayama, Akihiro, Kheng, Kuntheak, Mariette, Henri, Dang, Le Si
    Current optics and photonics, 2018, Vol.2(6), pp.589-594 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Deterministic assembly of metamolecules by atomic force microscope-enabled manipulation of ultra-smooth, super-spherical gold nanoparticles

    Kim, Minwoo, Lee, Seungwoo, Lee, Joohyun, Kim, Dong Kwan, Hwang, Yoon Jo, Lee, Gaehang, Yi, Gi-Ra, Song, Young Jae
    Optics express, 18 May 2015, Vol.23(10), pp.12766-76 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Deterministic assembly of metamolecules by atomic force microscope-enabled manipulation of ultra-smooth, super-spherical gold nanoparticles
    Author: Kim, Minwoo; Lee, Seungwoo; Lee, Joohyun; Kim, Dong Kwan; Hwang, Yoon Jo; Lee, Gaehang; Yi, Gi-Ra; Song, Young Jae
    Subject: Physics;
    Description: Atomic force microscope (AFM)-enabled manipulation of individual metallic nanoparticles (NPs) has proven useful for assembling diverse structural motifs of metamolecules. However, for the reliable verifications of their electric/magnetic behaviors and translations into practical applications (e.g., metasurfaces), currently available assembly of polygonal shaped metallic NPs with size and shape distributions should be further advanced. Here, we discover conditions for AFM-enabled, deterministic assembly of highly uniform, super-spherical gold NPs (AuNPs) into the metamolecules, which can show the designed electric/magnetic resonance behaviors in a highly reliable fashion. The use of super-spherical AuNPs together with the controlled adhesive properties of an AFM tip allows us to linearly and continuously push AuNPs toward the pre-programed directions and positions with minimized slipping away effect. Thus, a versatile and fast (as little as few minutes per each metamolecule) assembly of...
    Is part of: Optics express, 18 May 2015, Vol.23(10), pp.12766-76
    Identifier: 1094-4087 (E-ISSN); 26074531 Version (PMID); 10.1364/OE.23.012766 (DOI)