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  • Curation of datasets, assessment of their quality and completeness, and nanoSAR classification model development for metallic nanoparticles

    2018.06.26

    <p><img src="/images/publication/environmental_science_nano.jpg" /></p> <br> <h2>Curation of datasets, assessment of their quality and completeness, and nanoSAR classification model development for metallic nanoparticles</h2> <br> <p>Tung X. Trinh<sup>1</sup>, My K. Ha<sup>1</sup>, Jang Sik Choi<sup>2</sup>, Hyung Gi Byun<sup>2</sup> and Tae Hyun Yoon<sup>1*</sup></p> <p><sup>1</sup>Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea.</p> <p><sup>2</sup>Division of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering, Kangwon National University (Samcheok), Kangwon-do 24341, Republic of Korea.</p> <p><sup>*</sup>Corresponding Author: Tae Hyun Yoon, E-mail: taeyoon@hanyang.ac.kr</p> <br> <p><B>DOI : </B>10.1039/c8en00061a</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/envscinano201806_1of3.jpg" /></p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/envscinano201806_2of3.jpg" /></p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/envscinano201806_3of3.jpg" /></p>

  • Toxicity Classification of Oxide Nanomaterials: Effects of Data Gap Filling and PChem Score-based Screening Approaches

    2018.03.07

    <p><img src="/images/publication/scientific_reports.jpg" /></p> <br> <h2>Toxicity Classification of Oxide Nanomaterials: Effects of Data Gap Filling and PChem Score-based Screening Approaches</h2> <br> <p>My Kieu Ha<sup>1</sup>, Tung Xuan Trinh<sup>1</sup>, Jang Sik Choi<sup>2</sup>, Desy Maulina<sup>1</sup>, Hyung Gi Byun<sup>2</sup> and Tae Hyun Yoon<sup>1*</sup></p> <p><sup>1</sup>Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea</p> <p><sup>2</sup>Division of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering, Kangwon National University (Samcheok), Kangwon-do 24341, Republic of Korea</p> <p><sup>*</sup>Corresponding author: taeyoon@hanyang.ac.kr</p> <br> <p><B>DOI : </B>10.1038/s41598-018-21431-9</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/scirep_1of2.jpg" /></p> <h3>PChem scoring framework can</h3> <p> &nbsp; &nbsp; - Evaluate and screen the quality of the PChem data</p> <p> &nbsp; &nbsp; - Provide flexibility in choosing suitable data for nano-SAR model development</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/scirep_2of2.jpg" /></p> <h3>Data gap filling and data quality screening are useful in</h3> <p> &nbsp; &nbsp; - Reducing missing values</p> <p> &nbsp; &nbsp; - Increasing data quality</p>

  • Effects of Agglomeration on In Vitro Dosimetry and Cellular Association of Silver Nanoparticles

    2018.03.07

    <p><img src="/images/publication/environmental_science_nano.jpg" /></p> <br> <h2>Effects of Agglomeration on In Vitro Dosimetry and Cellular Association of Silver Nanoparticles</h2> <br> <p>My Kieu Ha, Yoo Jin Shim and Tae Hyun Yoon<sup>†</sup></p> <p>Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea</p> <p><sup>†</sup>Corresponding author: Tae Hyun Yoon. Email: taeyoon@hanyang.ac.kr</p> <br> <p><B>DOI : </B>10.1039/c7en00965h</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/envscinano_1of2.jpg" /></p> <p> - Nanoparticles tend to agglomerate and change their colloidal behaviour when they are dispersed in cell culture media.</p> <p> - Nanoparticles with different sizes have agglomerate characteristics</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/envscinano_2of2.jpg" /></p> <p> - Agglomeration of nanoparticles in biological media influences their effective dose and cellular association.</p>

  • Quasi-SMILES-Based Nano-Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Model to Predict the Cytotoxicity of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes to Human Lung Cells

    2018.03.07

    <p><img src="/images/publication/chemical_research_in_toxicology.gif" /></p> <br> <h2>Quasi-SMILES-Based Nano-Quantitative Structure?Activity Relationship Model to Predict the Cytotoxicity of Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes to Human Lung Cells</h2> <br> <p>Xuan-Tung Trinh<sup>1</sup>, Jang-Sik Choi<sup>2</sup>, Hyunpyo Jeon<sup>3</sup>, Hyung-Gi Byun<sup>2</sup>, Tae-Hyun Yoon<sup>1*</sup> and Jongwoon Kim<sup>3*</sup></p> <p><sup>1</sup>Department of Chemistry, College of Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 04763, Republic of Korea.</p> <p><sup>2</sup>Division of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineering, Kangwon National University (Samcheok), Kangwon-do 24341, Republic of Korea.</p> <p><sup>3</sup>Environmental Safety Group, Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) Europe, Campus E 7.1, Saarbruecken 66123, Germany.</p> <p><sup>*</sup>Corresponding Author: E-mail: thyoon@gmail.com<sup>1</sup>; jwkim@kist-europe.de<sup>3</sup></p> <br> <p><B>DOI : </B>10.1021/acs.chemrestox.7b00303</p> <br> <p><img src="/images/publication/mwcnt_crt.jpg" /></p>