My research field or area of interest innanotechnology
Biological application of microfluidic devices
Nanotoxicology (Assessment of toxicity of nanomaterials; specifically quantum dots)
Culturing nerve cells inside microfluidic devices for the compartmentalization of axons and cell body
I am interested in the field of nanotoxicology and trying to unravel the toxicity mechanism of nanomaterials using various types of innovative microfluidic platforms.
1. Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Multicompartmented microfluidic device for characterization of dose-dependent cadmium cytotoxicity in BALB/3T3 fibroblast cells”, Biomedical Microdevices, 2009, 11, 401-411.
2. Mahto, S. K.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W., “Characterizing Cell Death Events Using a Microfluidics-based Method”, Biochip Journal, 2008, 2(4), 242-247.
1. Kim, H. C.; Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Rhee, S. W.,"Application of Hollow Silica Beads for Cell Migration Inside Microfluidic Device, pp. IV33p188, Proceedings of the 103rd Annual Meeting of the Korean Chemical Society, COEX, Goyang, Korea, 2009.
2. Yoon, T. H.; Park, C.; Lim, K.; Kwon, D.; Lee, J.; Choi, K.; Mahto, S. K.; Rhee, S., “Spectroscopic Speciation of Colloidal Quantum Dot Nanoparticles under Various Chemical and Biological Environments : Effect of UV radiation and Organic Ligands on Their Colloidal Stability and Cytotoxicity”, 3rd International Conference on Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials Abstracts, pp 27-27, The University of Birmingham, UK, 2008.
3. Mahto, S. K.; Park, C.; Yoon, T. –H.; Rhee, S. W., “Assessment of Cytocompatibility of Surface Modified Quantum Dots using Multicompartmented Microfluidic Devices”, Proceedings of the 102nd Annual Meeting of the Korean Chemical Society, pp. IV32P23포, International Convention Center-Jeju, Jeju, Korea, 2008. Oct. 17, 2008.
4. Shin, H.; Mahto, S. K.; Kim, H. C.; Rhee, S. W., “Generation of Time-dependent Concentration Gradient inside Microfluidic Channels”, Proceedings of the 102nd Annual Meeting of the Korean Chemical Society, pp. IV32P21포, International Convention Center-Jeju, Jeju, Korea, 2008. Oct. 17, 2008.
5. Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Kim, H. C; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W., "Assessment of Quantum Dot Cytotoxicity Using Multicompartmented Microfluidic Devices"Proceedings of 2008 Annual Meeting of the Korean BioChip Society, KAIST, Daejeon, Korea, 2008.
6. Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Kim, H. C; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W., "Cytotoxicity Analysis of Cadmium Using Multicompartmented Microfluidic Devices in BALB/3T3 Fibroblast Cells", Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Korean Society of Analytical Sciences, RIST, Pohang, Korea, 2008.
7. Mahto, S. K.; Shin, H.; Yoon, T. H.; Rhee, S. W. “Characterizing Dose-dependent Cadmium Cytotoxicity in Balb/c 3T3 Fibroblast Cells Using Multicompartment Microfluidic Device ”, Proceedings of the 101st Annual Meeting of the Korean Chemical Society, KINTEX, Goyang, Korea, 2008.
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Kongju National University, South Korea
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