We find imposing physical constraints in the cell migration tracks in the geometry and dimensions modulates the directional persistence of dendritic cells. A delicate balance between chemotactic cues and the physical confinements reveals subtle chemotactic differences of dendritic cells in cancer vs. normal cell surroundings even inside a complex maze.
"Fully automated, label-free isolation of extracellular vesicles from whole blood for cancer diagnosis and monitoring", Theranostics
Vijaya Sunkara‡, Chi-Ju Kim‡, Juhee Park, Hyun-Kyung Woo, Dongyoung Kim, Hong Koo Ha, Mi-Hyun Kim, Youlim Son, Jae-Ryong Kim, Yoon-Kyoung Cho*
Lab-on-a-disc equipped with sequential nanofiltration is presented for fully automated, rapid, label-free EV enrichment with high yield and purity starting from whole blood or plasma for cancer diagnosis and monitoring.
New Group photo!!
Our group was taking a group photo^^
Prof. YK Cho gave invited talks in Nature Conferences
In Vitro Diagnostics (March 22–23, 2019), Nanchang, China
Issac got married!!
Issac, the graduate student in our lab married^^
You two are perfect together!
Universal Method for Direct Bioconjugation of Electrode Surfaces by Fast Enzymatic Polymerization Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 127, 15, 50-56, 2019
This HRP-catalyzed polymerization of TA and p(TA)-mediated surface modification method can provide a simple and new framework to construct multifunctional platforms for covalent attachment of biomolecules and development of sensitive electrochemical sensing devices
Sumit's PINER paper is selected as a journal cover for ACS Catalysis
Year End Party
We enjoyed year end party with nice foods and game ^^
Good bye 2018
1st place at the Shark Tank Competition and the CHEMINAS Poster Award