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Controllable viscoelastic behavior of vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays

Controllable viscoelastic behavior of vertically aligned carbon nanotube arrays

 

Kilho Eom, Kihwan Nam, Huihun Jung, Pilhan Kim, Michael S. Strano, Jae-Hee Han, Taeyun Kwon

 

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Continuum Modeling of Nonlinear Vibration of Graphene Resonators and Graphene-Based Mass Detection

We have employed continuum elastic model such as plate model for understanding the nonlinear vibration behavior of monolayer graphene and graphene resonator-based mass sensing. This work was published in Nanoscale Research Letters (Vol. 7, Art No. 499, 2012).

 

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Actuation of Microcantilever Using Light-Driven DNA Conformational Changes

Nanomechanical Actuation Driven by Light-Induced DNA Fuel

Kilho Eom, Huihun Jung, Gyudo Lee, Jinsung Park, Kihwan Nam, Sang Woo Lee, Dae Sung Yoon, Jaemoon Yang, and Taeyun Kwon

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AFM Imaging of Single Biomolecules and Their Interactions with Small Molecules

Single-Molecule Recognition of Biomolecular Interaction via Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy  

Jinsung Park, Jaemoon Yang, Gyudo Lee, Chang Young Lee, Sungsoo Na, Sang Woo Lee, Seungjoo Haam, Yong-Min Huh, Dae Sung Yoon, Kilho Eom*, Taeyun Kwon*

 

Mesoscopic model for mechanical characterization of protein materials

We consider the mesoscopic model of protein materials composed of protein crystals with given space group for understanding the mechanical properties of protein materials with respect to their structures. This preprint was accepted for publication at Journal of Computational Chemistry.

Review: Coarse-grained model for normal mode analysis of proteins

The preprint provides the summary and/or review of current state-of-art in coarse-grained modeling of protein structures for normal mode analysis. This review summarizes the quasiharmonic analysis, Go model, elastic network model, and recently suggested coarse-grained models for protein structures.

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Biomolecular detection by a cantilever functionalized by RNA aptamers as receptor molecules

We have recently reported the label-free detection of HCV (Hepatitis C Virus) helicase by using a resonating microcantilever whose surface is functionalized by RNA aptamers as receptor molecules. This work was accepted for publication at Biosensors & Bioelectronics.

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Microcantilever operated in liquid environment for in-vitro biomolecular detection

We have recently reported the piezoelectric thick film microcantilever, which enables the in-situ real-time detection of the protein related to disease (e.g. C reactive protein) in liquid environment. This work was published at APL (click here).

Mass sensing by using a resonating microcantilever

We recently reported the mass sensing by using resonating microcantilevers. The characterization of mass-sensing and its related sensitivity was suggested on the basis of elasticity theory.

Model Reduction of Large Proteins for Normal Mode Studies

Recently, I reported the model reduction method for large proteins for understanding large protein dynamics based on low-frequency normal modes. This work was pubslihed at Journal of Computational Chemistry (click here).

Coarse-Graining of protein structures for the normal mode studies

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