Paper accepted in Faraday Discussions

A research article entitled “Luminescent silicon nanoparticles for distinctive tracking of cellular targeting and trafficking” has been accepted in Faraday Discussions. This paper is a part of the contribution to Faraday Discussions meeting organized by Royal Society of Chemistry. Prof. Joo will give an invited talk in the meeting held in York, UK.

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Paper accepted in J. Mater. Chem. B

Our review article entitled “Photoluminescent and biodegradable porous silicon nanoparticles for biomedical imaging” has been accepted in Journal of Materials Chemistry B. This work is a part of collaboration with Prof. Woosung Kwon’s lab at Sookmyung Women’s University. The review article comprehensively summarizes the latest studies on bioimaging application of luminescent silicon nanoparticles, and provides […]

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Paper accepted in Translational Oncology

Our paper entitled “Multi-spectral fluorescence imaging of colon dysplasia in vivo using a multi-spectral endoscopy system” is accepted in Translational Oncology. This work reports endoscopy system enabling multiple fluorescent probe detection simultaneously with spectral separation. The study makes a step closer to translational endoscopic platform for highly accurate diagnostics.

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Paper accepted in Dyes and Pigments

Our paper entitled “A wavelength-tunable and facilely functionable D-A type nnaphthalene core skeleton: Synthesis, photophysical property, and bio-imaging applications for cells and tissues” is accepted in Dyes and Pigments. The work has been done in close collaboration with Prof. Dokyoung Kim’s lab at Kyung Hee University on the new fluorescent dyes for bioimaging.

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Paper accepted in Journal of Biophotonics

Our collaborative work with Prof. Jun Ki Kim in Asan Medical Center is accepted for publication in Journal on Biophotonics. This study is a great advance in micro-endoscopy for in vivo bioimaging. Paper title: Integrative micro-endoscopic system combined with conventional microscope for live animal tissue imaging  

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Paper accepted in Advanced Materials

Our paper entitled “Tracking the fate of porous silicon nanoparticles delivering a peptide payload by intrinsic photoluminescence lifetime” is accepted in Advanced Materials. This work reports an innovative method to get information of physiological aging of a drug carrier in vivo. The study has been done in close collaboration with Prof. Song Cheol Kim (Asan […]

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