Haeshin Lee
Haeshin Lee
Professor of Chemistry, KAIST
Verified email at kaist.ac.kr - Homepage
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Mussel-inspired surface chemistry for multifunctional coatings
H Lee, SM Dellatore, WM Miller, PB Messersmith
science 318 (5849), 426-430, 2007
73692007
Single-molecule mechanics of mussel adhesion
H Lee, NF Scherer, PB Messersmith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (35), 12999-13003, 2006
17542006
A reversible wet/dry adhesive inspired by mussels and geckos
H Lee, BP Lee, PB Messersmith
Nature 448 (7151), 338-341, 2007
16802007
Facile conjugation of biomolecules onto surfaces via mussel adhesive protein inspired coatings
H Lee, J Rho, PB Messersmith
Advanced Materials 21 (4), 431-434, 2009
12522009
Non‐Covalent Self‐Assembly and Covalent Polymerization Co‐Contribute to Polydopamine Formation
S Hong, YS Na, S Choi, IT Song, WY Kim, H Lee
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (22), 4711-4717, 2012
7982012
Mussel‐Inspired Polydopamine Coating as a Universal Route to Hydroxyapatite Crystallization
J Ryu, SH Ku, H Lee, CB Park
Advanced Functional Materials 20 (13), 2132-2139, 2010
6132010
General functionalization route for cell adhesion on non-wetting surfaces
SH Ku, J Ryu, SK Hong, H Lee, CB Park
Biomaterials 31 (9), 2535-2541, 2010
5842010
Polydopamine Surface Chemistry: A Decade of Discovery
JH Ryu, PB Messersmith, H Lee
ACS applied materials & interfaces 10 (9), 7523-7540, 2018
5672018
Mussel‐Inspired Adhesive Binders for High‐Performance Silicon Nanoparticle Anodes in Lithium‐Ion Batteries
MH Ryou, J Kim, I Lee, S Kim, YK Jeong, S Hong, JH Ryu, TS Kim, ...
Advanced Materials 25 (11), 1571-1576, 2013
4882013
Catechol-functionalized chitosan/pluronic hydrogels for tissue adhesives and hemostatic materials
JH Ryu, Y Lee, WH Kong, TG Kim, TG Park, H Lee
Biomacromolecules 12 (7), 2653-2659, 2011
4712011
Substrate‐independent layer‐by‐layer assembly by using mussel‐adhesive‐inspired polymers
H Lee, Y Lee, AR Statz, J Rho, TG Park, PB Messersmith
Advanced Materials 20 (9), 1619-1623, 2008
4322008
Simultaneous Reduction and Surface Functionalization of Graphene Oxide by Mussel‐Inspired Chemistry
SM Kang, S Park, D Kim, SY Park, RS Ruoff, H Lee
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (1), 108-112, 2011
4082011
One‐Step Modification of Superhydrophobic Surfaces by a Mussel‐Inspired Polymer Coating
SM Kang, I You, WK Cho, HK Shon, TG Lee, IS Choi, JM Karp, H Lee
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 49 (49), 9401-9404, 2010
4032010
One‐Step Multipurpose Surface Functionalization by Adhesive Catecholamine
SM Kang, NS Hwang, J Yeom, SY Park, PB Messersmith, IS Choi, ...
Advanced functional materials 22 (14), 2949-2955, 2012
3942012
Mussel-inspired encapsulation and functionalization of individual yeast cells
SH Yang, SM Kang, KB Lee, TD Chung, H Lee, IS Choi
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (9), 2795-2797, 2011
3402011
Bioinspired surface immobilization of hyaluronic acid on monodisperse magnetite nanocrystals for targeted cancer imaging
Y Lee, H Lee, YB Kim, J Kim, T Hyeon, HW Park, PB Messersmith, ...
Advanced Materials 20 (21), 4154-4157, 2008
3312008
Thermo-sensitive, injectable, and tissue adhesive sol–gel transition hyaluronic acid/pluronic composite hydrogels prepared from bio-inspired catechol-thiol reaction
Y Lee, HJ Chung, S Yeo, CH Ahn, H Lee, PB Messersmith, TG Park
Soft Matter 6 (5), 977-983, 2010
3242010
Polydopamine-mediated surface modification of scaffold materials for human neural stem cell engineering
K Yang, JS Lee, J Kim, YB Lee, H Shin, SH Um, JB Kim, KI Park, H Lee, ...
Biomaterials 33 (29), 6952-6964, 2012
2812012
Norepinephrine: material-independent, multifunctional surface modification reagent
SM Kang, J Rho, IS Choi, PB Messersmith, H Lee
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (37), 13224-13225, 2009
2792009
Attenuation of the in vivo toxicity of biomaterials by polydopamine surface modification
S Hong, KY Kim, HJ Wook, SY Park, KD Lee, DY Lee, H Lee
Nanomedicine 6 (5), 793-801, 2011
2382011
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