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ENGINEERING IN TRANSLATIONAL SCIENCE

Sensor Development: “First-Line Detection”

With a strong understanding of biological processes at the membrane interface, we develop novel biosensing platforms for the detection of cancer biomarkers by focusing on the design of smart biological interfaces, which comprise a supported lipid bilayer as a critical component linking the substrate and the target recognition element.

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Jackman JA, Ferhan AR, Cho NJ

"Surface-Based Nanoplasmonic Sensors for Biointerfacial Science Applications."

Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan 2019; Doi:10.1246/Bcsj.20190112.

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Ariga K, Jackman JA, Cho NJ, Hsu SH, Shrestha LK, Mori T, Takeya J

"Nanoarchitectonic-Based Material Platforms for Environmental and Bioprocessing Applications."

The Chemical Record 2018; 18, 1-23.

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Jackman JA, Cho NJ, Nishikawa M, Yoshikawa G, Mori T, Shrestha LK, Ariga K

"Materials Nanoarchitectonics for Mechanical Tools in Chemical and Biological Sensing."

Chemistry – An Asian Journal 2018; 13(22), 3366-3377.

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Song CK, Oh EK, Kang MS, Shin BS, Han SY, Jung MG, Lee ES, Yoon SY, Sung MM, Ng WB, Cho NJ, Lee HW

"Fluorescence-Based Immunosensor using Three-Dimensional CNT Network Structure for Sensitive and Reproducible Detection of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma Biomarker."

Analytica Chimica Acta 2018; 1027, 101-108.

Supporting Information

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Ferhan AR, Jackman JA, Park JH, Cho NJ*, Kim DH*

(* denotes equal corresponding authors)

"Nanoplasmonic Sensors for Detecting Circulating Cancer Biomarkers."

 Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 2018; 125, 48-77.

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Wang L, Jackman JA, Park JH, Tan EL, Cho NJ

 Cover Illustration 

"A Flexible, Ultra-Sensitive Chemical Sensor with 3D Biomimetic Templating for Diabetes-Related Acetone Detection."

Journal of Materials Chemistry B 2017; 5(22), 4019-4024.

Supporting Information

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Jackman JA*, Ferhan AR*, Cho NJ

(* denotes equal contribution)

 Cover Illustration 

"Nanoplasmonic Sensors for Biointerfacial Science."

Chemical Society Reviews 2017; 46(12), 3615-3660.

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Wang L, Jackman JA, Ng WB, Cho NJ

 Cover Illustration 

"Flexible, Graphene-Coated Biocomposite for Highly Sensitive, Real-Time Molecular Detection." 

Advanced Functional Materials 2016: 26(47), 8623-8630.

Supporting Information

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Lee DH, Kim JH, Cho NJ, Kang TW, Kauh SK, Lee JC

"Pulled Microcapillary Tube Resonators with Electrical Readout for Mass Sensing Applications." 

Scientific Reports 2016; 6, 33799.

Supporting Information

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Guo L, Jackman JA, Yang HH, Chen P, Cho NJ, Kim DH

"Strategies for Enhancing the Sensitivity of Plasmonic Nanosensors." 

Nano Today 2015; 10(2), 213-239.

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Choi JH, Kanazawa K, Cho NJ

"Effect of a Non-Newtonian Load on Signature S2 for Quartz Crystal Microbalance Measurements." 

Journal of Sensors 2014; 2014(373528), 1-8.

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Yoon SM, Cho NJ, Kanazawa KK, Frank CW

"Analyzing Spur-Distorted Impedance Spectra for the QCM." 

Journal of Sensors 2009; 2009(259746), 1-8.

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Kanazawa KK, Cho NJ

"Quartz Crystal Microbalance as a Sensor to Characterize Macromolecular Assembly Dynamics." 

Journal of Sensors 2009; 2009(824947), 1-17.

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Cho NJ, D'Amour JN, Stalgren J, Knoll W, Kanazawa KK, Frank CW

"Quartz Resonator Signatures under Newtonian Liquid Loading for Initial Instrument Check." 

Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 1; 315(1), 248-254.

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