Myung‐Jin Moon: Influence Statistics

Myung‐Jin Moon

Myung‐Jin Moon

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, 31116 Cheonan, Korea | Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, Korea | Department of Biological ...

Myung‐Jin Moon: Expert Impact

Concepts for which Myung‐Jin Moon has direct influence: Fine structure , Silk glands , Bark beetle , Nephila clavata , Testicular cyst , Barn spider , Silk apparatus .

Myung‐Jin Moon: KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which for which Myung‐Jin Moon has influence: Spider silk , Egg case , Magnetic nanoparticles , Latrodectus hesperus , Attachment discs , Venom glands , Protein corona .

KOL Resume for Myung‐Jin Moon

Year
2021

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, 31116 Cheonan, Korea

2020

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, Korea

2018

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, Chungbuk, South Korea

2016

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, South

2015

Dankook University Department of Biological Sciences Cheonan Korea

2014

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan 330-714, Republic of Korea

2012

Department of Biological Sciences & institute of Basic Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan 330-714, Republic of Korea

2011

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan 330-714, Korea

2008

Department of Biological Sciences and Institute of Basic Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, Korea

2007

Department of Biological Sciences and Institute of Basic Science, Dankook University, Cheonan, Korea

2006

Department of Biological Science, College of Advanced Sciences , Dankook University , Cheonan, 330–714,

2005

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan 330‐714, Korea

2004

Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan 330‐714 Korea

2002

Department of Biological Sciences, College of Natural Sciences , Dankook University , Cheonan, 330–714,

2001

Department of Biological Sciences, College of Natural Science, Dankook University, Cheonan, 330-714, Korea

2000

Department of Biology, Dankook University, Cheonan 330–714, Korea

1998

Department of Biological Science, College of Natural Sciences , Dankook University , Cheonan, 330–714,

Prominent publications by Myung‐Jin Moon

KOL-Index: 9000 . Biomedical applications of magnetic nanoparticles (MNP), including superparamagnetic nanoparticles, have expanded dramatically in recent years. Systematic and standardized cytotoxicity assessment to ensure the biosafety and biocompatibility of those applications is compulsory. We investigated whether exposure to static magnetic field (SMF) from e.g. magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) could ...
Known for Magnetic Nanoparticles | Biomedical Applications | Resonance Imaging | Oxygen Species
KOL-Index: 6990 . ABSTRACT Silk apparatus of the funnel-web spider, Agelena limbata was located at the ventral end of the abdominal part, and was composed of internal silk glands and external spinnerets. Among the three pairs of spinnerets, the posterior pairs were highly elongated along the body axis. By the light and electron microscopic inspections, it was found that four types of silk glands were ...
Known for Silk Apparatus | Funnel‐web Spider | Agelena Limbata | Aciniform Glands
KOL-Index: 6500 . The silk spinning apparatus in the crab spider, Misumenops tricuspidatus was studied with the field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM) and the main microstructural characteristics of the silk glands are presented. In spite of the fact that the crab spiders do not spin webs to trap a prey, they also have silk apparatus even though the functions are not fully defined. The crab ...
Known for Spinning Apparatus | Crab Spider | Silk Glands | Anterior Spinnerets
KOL-Index: 6433 . The spinning apparatus and production of secretory silk from silk gland of the black widow spider, Latrodectus mactans were studied with scanning and transmission electron microscopes. The silk glands were located in seven groups on the spinnerets including each pair of major and minor ampullate, 3 pairs of tubuliform, 1 pair of flagelliform, 2 pairs of aggregate, about 50 pairs of ...
Known for Secretory Silk | Latrodectus Mactans | Black Widow | Spinning Apparatus
KOL-Index: 6404 . The microstructural organization of the silk-spinning apparatus of the comb-footed spider, Achaearanea tepidariorum, was observed by using a field emission scanning electron microscope. The silk glands of the spider were classified into six groups: ampullate, tubuliform, flagelliform, aggregate, aciniform and pyriform glands. Among these, three types of silk glands, the ampullate, pyriform ...
Known for Silk Glands | Anterior Spinnerets | Secretory Ductules | Female Spiders
KOL-Index: 5031 . The genus Oxytate L. Koch, 1878 comprises a homogeneous group of nocturnal crab spiders that have silk apparatuses even though they do not spin webs to trap prey. We examined the microstructure of the silk spinning apparatus of the green crab spider Oxytate striatipes, using field emission scanning electron microscopy. The silk glands of the spider were classified into three types: ...
Known for Silk Spigots | Anterior Spinnerets | Pyriform Glands | Field Emission
KOL-Index: 5011 . To emerge from the egg case, Argiope aurantia spiderlings must penetrate a tightly woven outer cover composed primarily of large-diameter cylindrical gland fibers and small-diameter fibers, likely of aciniform gland origin. They accomplish this using enzymatic digestion and mastication to form a communal hole in the outer cover. The involvement of proteolytic enzymes in this process was ...
Known for Egg Case | Argiope Aurantia | Outer Cover | Venom Glands
KOL-Index: 4846 . Platypus koryoensis is a minute ambrosia beetle found in forests. It can cause significant economic damage to oak trees. Recently in Korea, it has been reported as a major pest of oak trees, because it causes sooty mold of oak by introducing the pathogenic fungus Raffaelea sp. In this paper, we demonstrate the fine structural aspects of the external body of the ambrosia beetle using field ...
Known for Platypus Koryoensis | Ambrosia Beetle | Oak Trees | Field Emission
KOL-Index: 4569 . The fine structural characteristics of various sensory receptors on the antenna of a millipede, Orthomorphella pekuensis, were observed with field emission scanning electron microscopy. The antenna of this millipede has eight segments, called articles. On the surface of the antenna, there are a variety of sensory receptors, including olfactory and mechanical receptors. According to their ...
Known for Antennal Sensilla | Millipede Orthomorphella | 5th Article | Mechanical Reception
KOL-Index: 4505 . Among the silk glands in the black widow spider Latrodectus mactans, the ampullate one is the most predominant gland in both sexes, and is composed of three functional parts ‐ excretory duct, storage ampulla and convoluted tail regions. This experiment was performed using mechanical pulling stimulation with electric motor equipment to reveal a correlation between silk usage and silk ...
Known for Glandular Epithelium | Black Widow | Secretory Silk | Storage Ampulla
KOL-Index: 4418 . The lynx spiders are free wandering spiders with long spines on their legs. They do not build web, but hunt small insects on plants. In spite of the facts that the wandering spiders do not produce webs for prey‐catching, they also have silk apparatuses even though the functions are not fully defined. This paper describes the microstructural organization of the silk‐spinning nozzles and its ...
Known for Anterior Spinnerets | Silk Glands | Field Emission | Ampullate Pyriform
KOL-Index: 4141 . Spermatogenesis has long been a major research area in understanding the development of living organisms. In vertebrates, sperm is produced along the wall of the seminiferous tubules, leaving spermatogonia in the outermost layer, which undergo cell division and differentiation. However, sperm in many invertebrates is developed in a testicular cyst, which contains germ cells at the same ...
Known for Testicular Cyst | Germ Cells | Image Processing | Volume Rendering
KOL-Index: 4055 . The fine structural characteristics of the antennal sensory organs of a female millipede, Orthomorphella pekuensis, were observed with field emission scanning electron microscopy. On the surface of the antenna, four basic types of sensory receptor with the function of either mechanical or olfactory reception are identified in this female millipede. Of these, chaetiform sensilla (CS) and ...
Known for Antennal Sensory Organs | Female Millipede | Orthomorphella Pekuensis | Mechanical Reception
KOL-Index: 4032 . ABSTRACT Central nervous system (CNS) of arachnids is still mysterious and has a rich unexplored field compare to what is known in insects or crustaceans. The CNS of the spider, Achaearanea tepidariorum, consists of a dorsal brain or supraesophageal ganglion and circumesophageal connectives joining it to the subesophageal mass. As the segmentation of the arachnid brain is still under ...
Known for Central Nervous | Nerve Cells | Subesophageal Mass | Fine Structural

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Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, 31116 Cheonan, Korea | Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University, Cheonan, Korea | Department of Biological Sciences, Dankook University ‐ Cheonan Campus, Cheonan, Chungnam, South Kor