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  1. In this study, we investigate the effectiveness of noise reduction in electron holography, based on the wavelet hidden Markov model (WHMM), which allows the reasonable separation of weak signals from noise. E...

    Authors: Sujin Lee, Yoshihiro Midoh, Yuto Tomita, Takehiro Tamaoka, Mitsunari Auchi, Taisuke Sasaki and Yasukazu Murakami
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2024 54:4
  2. The neuroprotective effects of umbelliferone (UMB) were visualized in three-dimensional (3D) images on vesicle density changes of organotypic hippocampal slice tissues (OHSCs) induced by scopolamine by high vo...

    Authors: Ga-Young Choi, Eunyoung Moon, Hyosung Choi and Hee-Seok Kweon
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2024 54:2
  3. The structural analysis of nanocrystals via transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a valuable technique for the material science field. Recently, two-dimensional images by scanning TEM (STEM) and energy-dis...

    Authors: Taekyung Kim, Yongsang Lee, Yongju Hong, Kwangyeol Lee and Hionsuck Baik
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2023 53:9
  4. In the evaluation of human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 (HER2) immunohistochemistry (IHC) — one of the standard biomarkers for breast cancer— visual assessment is laborious and subjective. Image analysis...

    Authors: Chie Ohnishi, Takashi Ohnishi, Peter Ntiamoah, Dara S. Ross, Masahiro Yamaguchi and Yukako Yagi
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2023 53:8
  5. This study investigated the anti-obesity effects of yuja pomace extract fermented with lactic acid bacteria in rats with high-fat diet-induced obesity over a period of eight weeks. Epididymal fat cell size was...

    Authors: Han-Na Chu, Haeng-Ran Kim, Kyeong-A. Jang, Yu-Jin Hwang and Jeong-Sang Kim
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2023 53:7
  6. Grain boundaries (GBs) are one- or two-dimensional (2D) defects, which are universal in crystals and play a crucial role in determining their mechanical, electrical, optical, and thermoelectric properties. In ...

    Authors: Hyo Won Kim
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2023 53:5
  7. Globally, cyanobacteria frequently cause blooms that outcompete other species in the waterbody, affecting the diversity, decreasing water exchange rates, and promoting eutrophication that leads to excessive al...

    Authors: Daeryul Kwon, Keonhee Kim, Hyunjin Jo, Sang Deuk Lee, Suk Min Yun and Chaehong Park
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2023 53:2
  8. An electron probe X-ray microanalyzer (EPMA) is an essential tool for studying chemical composition distribution in the microstructure. Quantifying chemical composition using standard specimens is commonly use...

    Authors: Yoon-Uk Heo, Chang-Gon Jeong, Soo-Hyun Kim, Gun-Young Yoon, T. T. T. Trang, Youngyun Woo, Eun Yoo Yoon and Young-Seon Lee
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:14
  9. Microscopic structure of skin in two amphibious mudskipper fish; Boleophthalmus dussumieri Valenciennes, 1837 (B. dussumeri) and Periophthalmus waltoni Koumans, 1941 (P. waltoni) were investigated in relation to ...

    Authors: Mehran Dorostghoal, Ashraf Jazayeri and Sara Ashiri
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:13
  10. The microstructure of diatom frustules found in mud sediments along the coast of Boryeong- city, South Korea, was observed using a scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and the constituent elements of diatoms we...

    Authors: Mi Kyung Bok, Chung Hwa Chin, Hee Jung Choi, Ju Hyun Ham and Byung Soo Chang
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:12
  11. Zoonotic poxvirus infections pose significant threat to human health as we have witnessed recent spread of monkeypox. Therefore, insights into molecular mechanism behind poxvirus replication cycle are needed f...

    Authors: Jaekyung Hyun
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:11
  12. The process of encapsulating cobalt nanoparticles using a graphene layer is mainly direct pyrolysis. The encapsulation structure of hybrids prepared in this way improves the catalyst stability, which greatly r...

    Authors: Minjeong Lee, Gyutae Kim, Gyu Hyun Jeong, Aram Yoon, Zonghoon Lee and Gyeong Hee Ryu
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:7
  13. The use of Pipelines for long-distance transportation of crude oil, natural gas and similar applications is increasing and has pivotal importance in recent times. High specific strength plays a crucial role in...

    Authors: Kwang Kyu Ko, Jin Ho Jang, Saurabh Tiwari, Hyo Ju Bae, Hyo Kyung Sung, Jung Gi Kim and Jae Bok Seol
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:5
  14. As semiconductor device architecture develops, from planar field-effect transistors (FET) to FinFET and gate-all-around (GAA), there is an increased need to measure 3D structure sidewalls precisely. Here, we p...

    Authors: Su-Been Yoo, Seong-Hun Yun, Ah-Jin Jo, Sang-Joon Cho, Haneol Cho, Jun-Ho Lee and Byoung-Woon Ahn
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2022 52:1
  15. We explored the link between mitochondrial biogenesis and mitochondrial morphology using transmission electron microscopy (TEM) in lymphoblasts of pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) patients and comp...

    Authors: Ritika Singh, Ayushi Jain, Jayanth Kumar Palanichamy, T. C. Nag, Sameer Bakhshi and Archna Singh
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:20
  16. Hair, having distinct stages of growth, is a dynamic component of the integumentary system. Nonetheless, derangement in its structure and growth pattern often provides vital clues for the diagnosis of systemic...

    Authors: Dharmagat Bhattarai, Aaqib Zaffar Banday, Rohit Sadanand, Kanika Arora, Gurjit Kaur, Satish Sharma and Amit Rawat
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:18
  17. Our previous study on the binding activity between Cel5H and clay minerals showed highest binding efficiency among other cellulase enzymes cloned. Here, based on previous studies, we hypothesized that the posi...

    Authors: Renukaradhya K. Math, Nagakumar Bharatham, Palaksha K. Javaregowda and Han Dae Yun
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:17
  18. Intravital video microscopy permits the observation of microcirculatory blood flow. This often requires fluorescent probes to visualize structures and dynamic processes that cannot be observed with conventiona...

    Authors: Barry G. H. Janssen, Mohamadreza Najiminaini, Yan Min Zhang, Parsa Omidi and Jeffrey J. L. Carson
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:12
  19. Spider capture silk is a natural scaffolding material that outperforms most synthetic materials in terms of its combination of strength and elasticity. Among the various kinds of silk threads, cribellar thread...

    Authors: Yan Sun, Seung-Min Lee, Bon-Jin Ku, Eun-Ah Park and Myung-Jin Moon
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:11
  20. We investigate the sensitivity of symmetry quantification algorithms based on the profile R-factor (Rp) and the normalized cross-correlation (NCC) coefficient (γ). A DM (Digital Micrograph©) script embedded in th...

    Authors: Hyeongsub So, Ro Woon Lee, Sung Taek Hong and Kyou-Hyun Kim
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:10
  21. Neuromorphic systems require integrated structures with high-density memory and selector devices to avoid interference and recognition errors between neighboring memory cells. To improve the performance of a s...

    Authors: Young-Min Kim, Jihye Lee, Deok-Jin Jeon, Si-Eun Oh and Jong-Souk Yeo
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:7
  22. Histopathology is a well-established standard diagnosis employed for the majority of malignancies, including breast cancer. Nevertheless, despite training and standardization, it is considered operator-depende...

    Authors: Lucas Glaucio da Silva, Waleska Rayanne Sizinia da Silva Monteiro, Tiago Medeiros de Aguiar Moreira, Maria Aparecida Esteves Rabelo, Emílio Augusto Campos Pereira de Assis and Gustavo Torres de Souza
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:6
  23. The olfactory organs of two African lungfishes, Protopterus amphibius and P. dolloi, were investigated using a stereo microscope and a compound light microscope and were described anatomically, histologically, an...

    Authors: Hyun Tae Kim and Jong Young Park
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:5
  24. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a technique to visualize specific DNA/RNA sequences within the cell nuclei and provide the presence, location and structural integrity of genes on chromosomes. A co...

    Authors: Ziv Frankenstein, Naohiro Uraoka, Umut Aypar, Ruth Aryeequaye, Mamta Rao, Meera Hameed, Yanming Zhang and Yukako Yagi
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2021 51:4
  25. Erythronium japonicum (E. japonicum) and Corylopsis coreana Uyeki (C. coreana Uyeki, Korean winter hazel) have been shown to significantly decrease 1,3-dichloro-2-propanol (1,3-DCP)-induced generation of reactive...

    Authors: Seunghyun Kim, Hee-Ock Boo, Taeho Ahn and Chun-Sik Bae
    Citation: Applied Microscopy 2020 50:29

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