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Ryu, Ja-Hyoung (유자형)

Department
Department of Chemistry(화학과)
Website
http://jhryu.unist.ac.kr
Lab
Supramolecular Nanomaterials Lab. (초분자재료화학 연구실)
Research Keywords
초분자 자기조립, 자기조립 구조, 항암 치료, 약물전달 시스템, Supramolecular assembly, Self-assembled structures, Drug Delivery System, Cancer Therapy
Research Interests
Our research focus on establishing self-transformable nano-architectures by external stimuli for new nano-, bio-materials through elaborate molecular design and chemical synthetic tools. The assembly and transformation of biomacromolecules in response to a signal (or a stimulus) is an important component to most of Nature’s functions and signaling mechanisms. Given the versatile nature of such stimuli-responsive assembly and disassembly processes, it is desirable to understand and develop ways by which artificial, responsive supramolecular assemblies could be achieved. Development of artificial assemblies with nature’s specificity and versatility stands as an enormous intellectual challenge and custom-designed stimuli-sensitive supramolecular assemblies have potential in a variety of applications.
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2016-06Externally controlled drug release using a gold nanorod contained composite membraneKim, Kibeom; Jo, Min-Chul; Jeong Sundo, et alARTICLE690 Externally controlled drug release using a gold nanorod contained composite membrane
2016-05A siloxane-incorporated copolymer as an in situ cross-linkable binder for high performance silicon anodes in Li-ion batteriesJeena, M. T.; Bok, Taesoo; Kim, Si Hoon, et alARTICLE1064 A siloxane-incorporated copolymer as an in situ cross-linkable binder for high performance silicon anodes in Li-ion batteries
2016-04The HA-incorporated nanostructure of a peptide-drug amphiphile for targeted anticancer drug deliveryChoi, Huyeon; Jeena, M. T.; Palanikumar, L., et alARTICLE915 The HA-incorporated nanostructure of a peptide-drug amphiphile for targeted anticancer drug delivery
2015-09Noncovalent Surface Locking of Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Exceptionally High Hydrophobic Drug Loading and Enhanced Colloidal StabilityPalanikumar, L.; Kim, Ho Young; Oh, Joon Young, et alARTICLE926 Noncovalent Surface Locking of Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles for Exceptionally High Hydrophobic Drug Loading and Enhanced Colloidal Stability
2015-08Cytocompatible In Situ Cross-Linking of Degradable LbL Films Based on Thiol-Exchange ReactionYang, Sung Ho; Choi, Jinsu; Palanikumar, L, et alARTICLE783 Cytocompatible In Situ Cross-Linking of Degradable LbL Films Based on Thiol-Exchange Reaction
2015-04Development of a Mitochondria-Targeted Hsp90 Inhibitor Based on the Crystal Structures of Human TRAP1Lee, Changwook; Park, Hye-Kyung; Jeong, Hanbin, et alARTICLE1274 Development of a Mitochondria-Targeted Hsp90 Inhibitor Based on the Crystal Structures of Human TRAP1
2015-02Noncovalent Polymer-Gatekeeper in Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as a Targeted Drug Delivery PlatformPalanikumar, L.; Choi, Eun Seong; Cheon, Jae Yeong, et alARTICLE1178 Noncovalent Polymer-Gatekeeper in Mesoporous Silica Nanoparticles as a Targeted Drug Delivery Platform
2014-10Multifunctional molecular design as an efficient polymeric binder for silicon anodes in lithium-ion batteriesJeena, M. T.; Lee, Jung-In; Kim, Si Hoon, et alARTICLE1013 Multifunctional molecular design as an efficient polymeric binder for silicon anodes in lithium-ion batteries
2013-10Natural polypeptide-based supramolecular nanogels for stable noncovalent encapsulationKim, Keunsuk; Bae, Boram; Kang, Young Ji, et alARTICLE825 Natural polypeptide-based supramolecular nanogels for stable noncovalent encapsulation
2013-01Effect of Hofmeister Ions on the Size and Encapsulation Stability of Polymer NanogelsLi, Longyu; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung; Thayumanavan, S.ARTICLE797 Effect of Hofmeister Ions on the Size and Encapsulation Stability of Polymer Nanogels
2012-09Control of peptide assembly through directional interactionsChoi, Inho; Park, Il-Soo; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung, et alARTICLE741 Control of peptide assembly through directional interactions
2012-08Self-Organization of Bent Rod Molecules into Hexagonally Ordered Vesicular ColumnsKim, Ho-Joong; Liu, Feng; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung, et alARTICLE762 Self-Organization of Bent Rod Molecules into Hexagonally Ordered Vesicular Columns
2012-05Ligand-Decorated Nanogels: Fast One-Pot Synthesis and Cellular TargetingRyu, Ja-Hyoung; Bickerton, Sean; Zhuang, Jiaming, et alARTICLE728 Ligand-Decorated Nanogels: Fast One-Pot Synthesis and Cellular Targeting
2012-04Concurrent Binding and Delivery of Proteins and Lipophilic Small Molecules Using Polymeric NanogelsGonzalez-Toro, Daniella C.; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung; Chacko, Reuben T., et alARTICLE721 Concurrent Binding and Delivery of Proteins and Lipophilic Small Molecules Using Polymeric Nanogels
2010-12Self-Cross-Linked Polymer Nanogels: A Versatile Nanoscopic Drug Delivery PlatformRyu, Ja-Hyoung; Chacko, Reuben T.; Jiwpanich, Siriporn, et alARTICLE735 Self-Cross-Linked Polymer Nanogels: A Versatile Nanoscopic Drug Delivery Platform
2010-08Noncovalent Encapsulation Stabilities in Supramolecular NanoassembliesJiwpanich, Siriporn; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung; Bickerton, Sean, et alARTICLE719 Noncovalent Encapsulation Stabilities in Supramolecular Nanoassemblies
2010-06Surface-Functionalizable Polymer Nanogels with Facile Hydrophobic Guest Encapsulation CapabilitiesRyu, Ja-Hyoung; Jiwpanich, Siriporn; Chacko, Reuben, et alARTICLE797 Surface-Functionalizable Polymer Nanogels with Facile Hydrophobic Guest Encapsulation Capabilities
2010-05Redox-Sensitive Disassembly of Amphiphilic Copolymer Based MicellesRyu, Ja-Hyoung; Roy, Raghunath; Ventura, Judy, et alARTICLE772 Redox-Sensitive Disassembly of Amphiphilic Copolymer Based Micelles
2009-07Highly Ordered Gold Nanotubes Using Thiols at a Cleavable Block Copolymer InterfaceRyu, Ja-Hyoung; Park, Soojin; Kim, Bokyung, et alARTICLE904 Highly Ordered Gold Nanotubes Using Thiols at a Cleavable Block Copolymer Interface
2008-08Rigid-flexible block molecules based on a laterally extended aromatic segment: Hierarchical assembly into single fibers, flat ribbons, and twisted ribbonsLee, Eunji; Huang, Zhegang; Ryu, Ja-Hyoung, et alARTICLE797 Rigid-flexible block molecules based on a laterally extended aromatic segment: Hierarchical assembly into single fibers, flat ribbons, and twisted ribbons

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