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Journal Articles !

2022

1.

S. Choi, ¡°Electrogenic Bacteria Promise New Opportunities for Powering, Sensing, and Synthesizing,¡± Small, Review Article, in-print  (IF 13.28)

2021

5.

L., Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°Enhanced Biophotoelectricity Generation in Cyanobacterial Biophotovoltaics with Intracellularly Biosynthesized Gold Nanoparticles,¡± Journal of Power Sources, 506, 230251, 2021 (IF 9.1)

4.

J. Ryu, and S. Choi, ¡°Bioelectricity Production from Sweat-Activated Germination of Bacerial Endospores,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 186, 113293, 2021 (IF 10.6)  This work was highlighted in Journal of Bioelectricity (Vol 3, Number 3, 2021)

3.

L., Liu, M. Mohammadifar, A. Elhadad, M. Tahernia, Y. Zhang, W. Zhao, and S. Choi, ¡°Spatial Engineering of Microbial Consortium for Long-lasting, Self-sustaining, and High-power Generation in a Bacteria-powered Biobattery,¡± Advanced Energy Materials, 11, 2100713, 2021 (IF 29.3)

2.

L., Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°Miniature Microbial Solar Cells to Power Wireless Sensor Networks,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Review Article, 177, 112970, 2021 (IF 10.6)

1.

J. Ryu, Y. Gao, J.H. Cho, and S. Choi, ¡°Horizontally Structured Microbial Fuel Cells in Yarns and Woven Fabrics for Wearable Bioenergy Harvesting,¡± Journal of Power Sources, 484, 229271, 2021 (IF 9.1)

2020

16.

M. Tahernia, E. Plotkin-Kaye, M. Mohammadifar, Y. Gao, M. Oefelein, L. Cook, and S. Choi, ¡°Characterization of Electrogenic Gut Bacteria,¡± ACS Omega, 5, 29439-29446, 2020 (IF 3.5)  (Featured on the Cover)

15.

L. Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°PEDOT:PSS/MnO2/CNT Ternary Nanocomposite Anodes for Supercapacitive Energy Storage in Cyanobacterial Biophotovoltaics,¡± ACS Applied Energy Materials, 3, 10224, 2020 (IF 6.0)  

14.

Y. Gao, J. Ryu, L. Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°A simple, inexpensive, and rapid method to assess antibiotic effectiveness against exoelectrogenic bacteria,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 168, 112518, 2020 (IF 10.6)  This work was reported by Phys.org, Health Europa, Technologynetworks, etc.

13.

M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar, L. Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°A disposable papertronic three-electrode potentiostat for monitoring bacterial electrochemical activity,¡± ACS Omega, 5, 24717-24723, 2020 (IF 3.5)  (Featured on the Cover)

12.

Y. Gao, J. Kim, J. Ryu, and S. Choi, ¡°Additive Manufacturing of Living Electrodes,¡± Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 29, 1069-1073, 2020 (IF 2.5) (The Hilton Head 2020 Workshop Special Proceedings )

11.

J. Ryu, M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar, Y. Gao, and S. Choi, ¡°Moisture-Responsive Paper Robotics,¡± Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 29, 1049-1053, 2020 (IF 2.5) (The Hilton Head 2020 Workshop Special Proceedings )

10.

J. Ryu, Y. Gao, J.H. Cho, and S. Choi, ¡°1-D Yarn-based biobattery for scalable power generation in 2-D and 3-D structured textiles,¡± Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 29, 1064-1068, 2020 (IF 2.5) (The Hilton Head 2020 Workshop Special Proceedings )

9.

M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar, D.J. Hassett, and S. Choi, ¡°A portable papertronic sensing system for rapid, high-throughput, and visual screening of baterial electrogenicity,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 165, 112348, 2020 (IF 10.6)

8.

M. Mohammadifar, M. Tahernia, J.H. Yang, A. Koh, and S. Choi, ¡°Biopower-on-Skin: Electricity generation from sweat-eating bacteria for self-powered e-skins,¡± Nano Energy, 75, 104994, 2020 (IF 17.9)

7.

J.H. Cho, Y. Gao, J. Ryu, and S. Choi, ¡°A portable, disposable, paper-based microbial fuel cell sensor utilizing freeze-dried bacteria for in-situ water quality monitoring,¡± ACS Omega, 5 (23), 13940-13947, 2020 (IF 3.5)

6.

M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar, Y. Gao, W. Panmanee, D.J. Hassett, and S. Choi, ¡°A 96-well high-throughput, rapid-screening platform of extracellular electron transfer in microbial fuel cells,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 162,  112259, 2020 (IF 10.6)

5.

Y. Gao, J.H. Cho, J. Ryu, and S. Choi, ¡°A scalable yarn-based biobattery for biochemical energy harvesting in smart textiles,¡± Nano Energy, 74, 104897, 2020 (IF 17.9)

4.

M. Mohammadifar, M. Tahernia, and S. Choi, ¡°A miniatuirzed, self-sustaining, and integrable Bio-solar power system,¡± Nano Energy, 72, 1046668, 2020 (IF 17.9)

3.

J. Ryu, M. Mohammadifar, M. Tahernia, H. Chun, Y. Gao, and S. Choi, ¡°Paper Robotics: Self-folding, Gripping, and Locomotion,¡± Advanced Materials Technologies (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 5, 1901054, 2020  (IF 7.8)  (Featured in HOT Topic: Robotics )

2.

M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar,  and S. Choi, ¡°Paper-supported High-throughput 3-D Culturing, Trapping, and Monitoring of  Caenorhabditis Elegans,¡± Micromachines, Special Issue "10th Anniversary of Micromachines, 11, 99 (Invited) (IF 2.9)

1.

L. Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°A Paper-based Biological Solar Cell,¡± SLAS Technology, 25, 75-81 (Invited)  (IF 2.6)

 

2019

7.

J. Cho, Y. Gao, and S. Choi, ¡°A Portable, Single-use, Paper-based Microbial Fuel Cell Sensor for Rapid, On-site, Water Quality Monitoring,¡±  Sensors, 19, 5452, 2019 (IF 3.0)

6.

M. Tahernia, M. Mohammadifar, D.J. Hassett, and S. Choi, ¡°A fully disposable 64-well papertronic sensing array for screening electroactive microorganisms¡± Nano Energy, 65, 104026, 2019 (IF 16.6)

5.

L. Liu, and S. Choi, ¡°A Self-Charging Cyanobacterial Supercapacitor¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 140, 11354, 2019  (IF 10.3)

4.

M. Mohammadifar, and S. Choi, ¡°A Solid Phase Bacteria-Powered Biobattery for Low-Power, Low-Cost, Internet of Disposable Things¡± Journal of Power Sources, 429, 105-110, 2019  (IF 8.2)  This work was reported by ScienceDaily, Newswise,  Techexplore,  Siliconrepublic, etc.

3.

M. Mohammadifar, M. Tahernia, and S. Choi, ¡°An Equipment-free, Paper-based Electrochemical Sensor for Visual Monitoring of Glucose Levels in Urine¡± SLAS Technology, 24, 499-505, 2019 (Invited) (IF 2.6)

2.

Y. Gao, M. Mohammadifar, and S. Choi, ¡°From microbial fuel cells to Biobatteries: Moving toward on-demand micro-power generation for Small-scale Single-Use Applications,¡± Progress Report (Invited), Advanced Materials Technologies (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 4, 1970039, 2019 (IF 6.0)  (Featured on the Inside Back Cover)

1.

K. Lee, M. Kim and S. Choi,  "A whole blodd sample-to-answer polymer lab-on-a-chip with superhydrophilic surface toward point-of-care technology," Journal of Phamaceutical & Biomedical Analysis, 162, pp. 28-33, 2019 (IF 3.3)

 

2018

7.

M. Mohammadifar, I. Yazgan, J. Zhang, V. Kariuki,  O. Sadik, and  S. Choi, ¡°Green Biobatteries: Hybrid Paper-Polymer Microbial Fuel Cells,¡± Advanced Sustainable Systems, (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 2, 1800041, 2018.  This work was reported by ScienceDaily, newswise, nanowork, Techxplore, ErekAlert, etc. This article has been selected for the Global Recyling Day Virtual Issue.

6.

Y. Gao and S. Choi, ¡°Merging Electric Bacteria with Paper,¡± Advanced Materials Technologies (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 3, 1800118, 2018 (IF 5.4)  

5.

M. Mohammadifar and S. Choi, ¡°On-demand Micro-power Generation from an Origami-inspired Paper Biobattery Stack,¡± Batteries (MDPI), 4, 14, 2018 (Featured on the Cover)

4.

I. Yazgan, J. Zhang, V. Kariuki, A. Akgul, L.E. Cronmiller, A. Akgul, F. Osonga, A. McMahon, Y. Gao, G. Eshun,  S. Choi, and O. Sadik, ¡°Selective sensing and Imaging of Penicillium italicum spores and hyphae using carbohydrate-lectin interactions,¡± ACS Sensors, 3, pp. 648-654, 2018 (IF 6.9)

3.

M. Mohammadifar, J. Zhang, I. Yazgan, O. Sadik and S. Choi, ¡°Power-on-paper: Origami-inspired Fabrication of 3-D Microbial Fuel Cells,¡± Renewable Energy, 118, pp. 695-700, 2018 (IF 5.4)  

2.

S. Pang, Y. Gao, and S. Choi, ¡°Flexible and Stretchable Microbial Fuel Cells with Modified Conductive and Hydrophilic Textile,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 100, pp.504-511, 2018 (IF 9.5)

1.

S. Pang, Y. Gao, and S. Choi, ¡°Flexible and Stretchable Biobatteries: Monolithic Integration of Membrane-free Microbial Fuel Cells in a Single Textile Layer,¡± Advanced Energy Materials, 8, 1702261, 2018   This work was reported by ScienceDaily, Newswise, Techxplore, ErekAlert, etc.  (IF 24.8)

 

2017

7.

L. Liu and S. Choi, ¡°Self-sustainable, High-power-density Bio-solar Cells for Lab-on-a-chip Applications,¡± Lab Chip, 17, pp.3817- 3825, 2017 (IF 6.0)  This work was reported by Phys.ORG, ScienceDaily, Energy Harvesting Journal, Newswise, SolarDaily, ErekAlert, etc.

6.

E. Cho, M. Mohammadifar, and S. Choi, ¡°A Single-use, Self-powered, Paper-based Sensor Patch for Detection of Exercise-induced Hypoglycemia,¡± Micromachines, VIP Feature Article (Invited), 8, 265, 2017 (IF 2.2)  (Featured on the Cover)  This work was reported by Phys.ORG, ScienceDaily, WAREABLE, Biospace, Crazyengineer, ErekAlert, etc. This work has been selected as the best paper in 2018.

5.

Y. Gao, D. Hassett and S. Choi, ¡°Rapid characterization of bacterial electrogenicity using a single-sheet paper-based electrofluidic array,¡± Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, 5, 44, 2017. (IF 5.1)  

4.

M.  Mohammadifar and S. Choi, ¡°A Papertronics, On-demand and Disposable Biobattery: Saliva-activated Electricity Generation from Lyophilized Exoelectrogens pre-inoculated on Paper,¡± Advanced Materials Technologies (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 2, 1700127, 2017. This work was reported by New York State's Empire State Department, Smithsonian, Fox news, ScienceDaily, IFLScience, Popular Mechanics, Newswise, Electronics360, etc. (IF 4.6)

3.

L. Liu and S. Choi, ¡°Self-sustaining, solar-driven bioelectricity generation in micro-sized microbial fuel cell using co-culture of heterotrophic and photosynthetic bacteria,¡± Journal of Power Sources , 348, pp.138-144, 2017   (IF 6.9) This work was reported by ScienceDaily, Sciencenewline, Phys.org, Electronicproducts, healthmedicinet, and azocleantech.

2.

 W. Yang, K. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°A Lamininar-flow based Microbial Fuel Cell Array,¡± Sensors & Actuators:B. Chemical, 243, pp. 292-297, 2017 (IF 5.7)

1.

Y. Gao and S. Choi, ¡°Stepping Towards Self-powered Papertronics: Integrating Biobatteries into a Single Sheet of Paper,¡± Advanced Materials Technologies (A new sister journal of Advanced Materials), 2, 1600194, 2017 This work was reported by ScienceDaily, Sciencenewline, Newswise, Esciencenews, steemit, EurekAlert, and HitechDays. - The Editors' selection of the most outstanding articles of the Year.  (IF 4.6)

 

2016

  9.

W. Yang,  W. Xuejian, and S. Choi, ¡°A Dual-channel, Interface-free, Bacteria-based Biosensor for Highly-Sensitive Water Quality Monitoring,¡± IEEE Sensors, 16 (no. 24), pp. 8672-8677, 2016  (IF 1.889)

8.

A. Fraiwan,  H. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°A Paper-based Cantilever Array Sensor: Monitoring Volatile Organic Compounds with Naked Eye,¡± Talanta, 158, pp. 57-62, 2016  (IF 4.035)

7.

A. Fraiwan,  L. Kwan, and S. Choi, ¡°A Disposable Power Source in Resource-limited Environments: A Paper-based Biobattery Generating Electricity from Wastewater,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 85, pp. 190-197, 2016  (IF 7.476) This work was reported by NSF Science360 News, Discover-e, ScienceDaily, SpaceDaily, Science Newsline, Innovation Toronto, Materialsgate, Arts Insiders, and e! Science News.

6.

A. Fraiwan, and S. Choi, ¡°A Stackable, Two-chambered, Paper-based Microbial Fuel Cell,¡±  Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 83, pp. 27-32, 2016  (IF 7.476)

5.

X. Wei, H. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°Biopower generation in a microfluidic bio-solar panel,¡± Sensors & Actuators:B. Chemical, 228, pp.151-155,  2016 (IF 4.758) -This work was reported by Science Daily, Siliconrepublic.com, ZME science, ECN Magazine, NDTV.com, Azo Cleantech, CIOL, The Stack, Crazy Engineers, The Engineer, Business Standard, Silicon India, Energy Matters, News Nation, Before it's News, New Energy and Fuel, Nature World News, Solar Energy News, and e! Science News.

4.

C. Fischer, A. Fraiwan, and S. Choi, ¡°A 3D paper-based enzymatic fuel cell for self-powered, low-cost glucose monitoring,¡±  Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 79, pp. 193-197, 2016 (IF 7.476)

3.

W. Yang, X. Wei, A. Fraiwan, C.G. Coogan, H. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°Fast and Sensitive Water Quality Assessment: A uL-scale Microbial Fuel Cell-based biosensor Integrated with an air-bubble trap and electrochemical sensing functionality,¡± Sensors & Actuators:B. Chemical, 226, pp. 191-195, 2016 (IF 4.758)

2.

G. Choi and S. Choi, ¡°Cellular Flow in Paper-based Microfluidics,¡± Sensors & Actuators:B. Chemical, 237C, pp. 1021-1026, 2016 (IF 4.758)

1.

S. Choi, ¡°Powering Point-of-care Diagnostic Devices,¡± Biotechnology Advances, Review Article, 34, pp. 321-330, 2016 (IF 9.848)

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    2015

    5.

    G. Choi, and S. Choi, ¡°Monitoring electron and proton diffusion flux through three-dimensional, paper-based, variable biofilm and liquid media layers,¡± Analyst,  140, pp. 5901-5907, 2015 (IF 4.107)

    4.

    H. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°An origami paper-based bacteria-powered battery,¡± Nano Energy, 15, pp. 549-557, 2015 (IF 10.211) This work was reported by Time Warner Cable News, Newsweek Europe, Electronics Weekly (UK), Dutch Magazine KIJK, BBC Focus Magazine, TreeHugger, ScienceDaily, IEEE Spectrum, Lab Maganer Magazine, Health News Digest, Digital Trend, and Discover-e Newsletter at Binghamton University.

    3.

    G. Choi, D. Hassett, and S. Choi, ¡°A paper-based microbial fuel cell array for rapid and high-throughput screening of electricity-producing bacteria,¡± Analyst, 140, pp. 4277-4283, 2015 (IF 4.107)

    2.

     S. Choi, ¡°Microscale microbial fuel cells: advances and challenges,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Review Article, 69, pp. 8-25, 2015 (IF 6.451)

    1.

    H. Lee, and S. Choi, ¡°A micro-sized biosolar cell for self-sustaining power generation,¡± Lab Chip, 15, pp. 391-398,  2015 (IF 6.115) (Featured on the Cover of Lab Chip, Lab on a Chip 2015 HOT article)  This work was reported by Materials 360 (MRS¡¯s online publication),  Solar Novus Today, Pipe Dream News and Discover-e Newsletter at Binghamton University.

     

    2014

    7.

    A. Fraiwan, and S. Choi, ¡°Bacteria-Powered Battery on Paper,¡± Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 16, pp.26288-26293, 2014 (IF 4.198)

    6.

    A. Fraiwan, S.P. Adusumilli, D. Han, A.J. Steckl, D.F. Call, C.R. Westgate, and S. Choi, ¡°Microbial Power-generation Capabilities on Micro-/Nano-structured Anodes in Micro-sized Microbial Fuel Cells,¡± Fuel Cells, 14, pp. 801-809, 2014 (IF 1.546)

    5.

    A. Fraiwan, D.J. Hassett and S. Choi, ¡°Effects of light on the performance of electricity-producing bacteria in a miniaturized microbial fuel cell array,¡± Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 6, pp.063110,  2014 (IF 1.51)

    4.

    A. Fraiwan, H. Lee and S. Choi, ¡°A multi-Anode paper-based microbial fuel cell: A potential power source for disposable biosensors,¡± IEEE Sensors Journal,  14, pp.3385-3390, 2014 (IF 1.852)

    3.

    A. Fraiwan, D.F. Call and S. Choi, ¡°Bacterial growth and respiration in laminar flow microbial fuel cell,¡± Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy,  6, pp.023125,  2014 (IF 1.51)

    2.

    S. Yoon,  H. Lee, A. Fraiwan, C. Dai and S. Choi, "A microsized microbial solar cell: A demonstration of photosynthetic bacterial electrogenic capabilities,¡± IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine, 8, pp.24-29,  2014  

    1.

    T.H. Nguyen, A. Fraiwan and S. Choi, ¡°Paper-based batteries: A Review,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 54, pp.640-649, 2014 (IF 6.451) (Top 25 the most Downloaded Articles from ScienceDirect  as of Dec. 2014 )

     

    2013

    5.

    A. Fraiwan, S. Mukherjee, S. Sundermier, H.-S. Lee and S. Choi, ¡°A paper-based Microbial Fuel Cell: Instant battery for disposable diagnostic devices,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 49, pp.410-414, 2013 (IF 6.451)

    4.

    C. Dai and S. Choi, ¡°Technology and Applications of Microbial biosensor,¡± Journal of Applied Biosensor,  Review Article, 2, pp. 83-93, 2013  

    3.

    A. Fraiwan, S. Sundermier, D. Han, A. Steckl, D.J. Hassett, and S. Choi, ¡°Enhanced Performance of MEMS Microbial Fuel Cells using Electrospun microfibrous anode and optimizing operation,¡± Fuel Cells, 13, pp.336-341, 2013 (IF 1.546)

    2.

    S. Chen, Y. Wang and S. Choi, ¡°Applications and Technology of Electronic nose for Clinical Diagnosis,¡±  Journal of Applied Biosensor, Review Article, 2, pp. 39-50,  2013

    1.

    S. Mukherjee, S. Su, W. Panmanee, R.T. Irvin, D.J. Hassett, and S. Choi,  "A microliter-scale microbial fuel cell array for bacterial electrogenic screening," Sensors and Acuators: A. Physical, 201, pp.532-537, 2013 (IF 2.143)

     

    Previous - 2012 (non BU)
    19. S. Choi & J. Chae, "Optimal biofilm formation and power generation in a Micro-sized Microbial fuel cell (MFC)," Sensors and Acuators: A. Physical, Vol. 195, pp. 206-212, 2013 (IF:1.802)   
    18. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°An array of microliter-sized microbial fuel cells generating 100 ¥ìW of power,¡± Sensors and Actuators: A. Physical, Vol. 177, pp. 10-15, 2012 (IF:1.802)
    17. S. Choi, S. Huang, Jing Li & J. Chae, ¡°Monitoring protein distributions based on patterns generated by protein adsorption behavior in a microfluidic channel,¡± Lab on a Chip, Vol.11, pp.3681-3688, 2011 (IF:6.5)
    16. R. Wang, A. Lajevardi-Khosh, S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°Regenerative Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Biosensor: Real-time Measurement of Fibrinogen in Undiluted Human Serum Using the Competitive Adsorption of proteins,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.28, pp.304-307, 2011 (IF:5.602)
    15. S. Choi, H.-S. Lee, Y. Yang, P. Parameswaran, C.I. Torres, B.E. Rittmann & J. Chae, ¡°A ¥ìL-scale Micromachined Microbial Fuel Cell Having High Power Density,¡± Lab on a Chip, Vol.11, pp.1110-1117, 2011 (IF:6.5)
    14. W. Xu, X. Zhang, S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°A High Quality Factor Film Bulk Acoustic Resonator in Liquid for Biosensing Applications,¡± IEEE/ASME Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, Vol.20, pp.213-220, 2011 (IF:2.098)   
    13. S. Choi, M. Goryll, L.Y.M. Sin, P.K. Wong, & J. Chae, ¡°Microfluidic-based biosensors toward Point-of-care detection of Nucleic Acids and Proteins,¡± Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Review Article, Vol.10, pp.231-247, 2011 (IF:3.371) 
    12. S. Choi, R. Wang, A. Lajevardi-Khosh, & J. Chae, ¡°Using competitive protein adsorption to measure fibrinogen in undiluted human serum,¡± Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 97, pp.253701, 2010 (Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research) (IF:3.844) 
    11. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°Methods of reducing non-specific adsorption in microfluidic biosensors,¡± Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, Vol.20, pp.075015, 2010  (IF:2.105) 
    10. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°A Physisorbed Interface Design of Biomolecules for Selective and Sensitive Protein Detection,¡± Journal of the Association for Laboratory Automation, Vol. 15, pp. 172-178, 2010 (IF:1.42) 
    9. Y. Yang, S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°Separation of Beta-human Chorionic Gonadotropin (¥â-hCG) From Fibrinogen Using a MEMS Size Exclusion Chromatography (SEC) Column,¡± Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol.8, pp. 477-484, 2010 (IF:3.371)
    8. W. Xu, S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°A contour-mode film bulk acoustic resonator of high quality factor in a liquid environment for biosensing applications,¡± Applied Physics Letters, Vol.96, pp.053703, 2010 (Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research) (IF:3.844) 
    7. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°Reusable Biosensors via In-situ Electrochemical Surface Regeneration in Microfluidic Applications,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 25, pp.527-531, 2009 (IF:5.602) 
    6. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°A Microfluidic Biosensor Based on Competitive Protein Adsorption for Thyroglobulin Detection,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol.25, pp.118-123, 2009 (IF:5.602) 
    5. S. Choi, & J. Chae, ¡°A Regenerative Biosensing Surface in Microfluidics using Electrochemical Desorption of Short-Chain Self-Assembled Monolayer,¡± Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, Vol. 7, pp. 819-827, 2009 (IF:3.371)
    4. S. Choi, Y. Yang, & J. Chae, ¡°Surface Plasmon Resonance Protein sensor Using Vroman Effect,¡± Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Vol. 24, pp.893-899, 2008 (IF:5.602)
    3. S. Choi, J. Heo, I. Chung, & S. Hong, ¡°Study on Polarization Properties of Randomly Oriented Bi3:35La0:85Ti3O12 Ferroelectric Thin Film Utilizing Three-Dimensional Piezoresponse Image,¡± Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 972–976, 2005  (IF:1.058)
    2. S. Choi, S. Hong, S. Oh, K. Lee, & I. Chung, ¡°Study on the Variations of Microstructures and Domain Structures of Bi3.35La0.85Ti3O12 Ferroelectric Thin Films Formed by Two-Step Rapid Thermal Annealing (RTA) Process Utilizing Piezoresponse Force Microscope,¡± Integrated Ferroelectrics, 68: 189–198, 2004  (IF:0.3)
    1. S. Choi, J. Heo, D. Kim, & I. Chung, ¡°Ferroelectric properties of nano-size PZT grains determined by surface potential utilizing Kelvin force microscopy,¡± Thin Solid Films, 464–465, 277– 281, 2004 (IF:1.890)