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2014

Journal Papers

1. Tseng, T. Y., Yang, C. S., Tsai, T. H., Chen, Y. F. & Dong, C. Y. Dynamic visualization of hydrophobic and hydrophilic solutes in oleic-acid enhanced transdermal delivery using two-photon fluorescence microscopy. Applied Physics Letters. Accepted

2. Chen, J. Y., Wong, T. M., Chang, C. W., Dong, C. Y., & Chen, Y. F., Self-polarized spin-nanolasers. Nature Nanotehnology. 9, 845–850 (2014).

3. Guo, H. W., Tseng, T. Y., Dong, C. Y. & Tsai, T. H. Evaluation of fractional photothermolysis effect in a mouse model using nonlinear optical microscopy. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 19(7), 075004 (2014).

4. Cheng, L. C., Lien, C. H., Sie, Y. D., Hu Y. Y., Lin, C. Y., Chien, F. C., Xu, C., Dong, C. Y. & Chen, S. J.  Nonlinear structured-illumination enhanced temporal focusing multiphoton excitation microscopy with a digital micromirror device. Biomedical Optics Express.  5(8), 2526-2536 (2014).

5. Chang, C. Y., Cheng, L. C., Su, H. W., Hu, Y. Y., Cho, K. C., Yen, W. C., Xu, C., Dong, C. Y. & S. J. Chen. Wavefront sensorless adaptive optics temporal focusing-based multiphoton microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 5(6), 1768-1777 (2014).

6. Hovhannisyan, V., Guo, H. W., A. Hovhannisyan, V. Ghukasyan, T. Buryakina, T., Chen, Y. F. & Dong, C. Y. Photo-induced processes in collagen-hypericin system revealed by fluorescence spectroscopy and multiphoton microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 5(5), 1355–1362 (2014).

7. Pan, P. Y., Chen, R. S., Ting, C. L., Chen, W. L., Dong, C. Y. & Chen, M. H. Multiphoton microscopy imaging of developing tooth germs. Journal of the Formosan Medical Association. 113, 42-49 (2014).

8. Tseng, T. Y., Hsu, H. C., Yang, C. S., Tsai, T. H., & Dong, C. Y. Investigation of transport dynamics in oleic acid-induced transdermal drug delivery by two-photon fluorescence microscopy: : an ex-vivo study of mouse skin. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 18(9), 096016 (2013).

9. Li, Y. C., Cheng, L. C., Chang, C. Y., Lin, C. Y., Chang, N. S., Campagnola, P. J., Dong, C. Y. & Chen, S. J. High-throughput fabrication of gray-level bio-microstructures via temporal focusing excitation and laser pulse control. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 18(7), 075004 (2013).

10. Hovhannisyan, V., Hu, P. S., Chen, S. J., Kim, C. S., & Dong, C. Y. Elucidation of the mechanisms of optical clearing in collagen tissue with multiphoton imaging. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 18(4), 046004 (2013).

11. Tan, H. Y., Lo, W., Hsueh, C. M., Wang C. Y., Lin, S. J., Dong, C. Y., & Young, T. H. Characterizing three-dimensional microstructure of collagen/chitosan scaffolds using mulitphoton microscope. Biomedical Engineering: Applications, Basis and Communications. 25 (3), 1350038 (2013).

12. Tan, H. Y., Chang, Y. L., Lo, W., Hsueh, C. M., Chen, W. L., Ara A. Ghazaryan, A. A., Hu, P. S., Young, Y. H., Chen, S. J. & Dong, C. Y. Characterizing the morphological change of collagen crosslinked-treated corneas by Fourier transform-second harmonic generation imaging. Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery. 39, 779–788 (2013). ISSUE COVER

13. Ghazaryan A., Tsai, H. F., Hayrapetyan. G., Chen, W. L., Chen, Y. F., Jeong, M. Y., Kim, C. S., Chen, S. J. & Dong, C. Y. Analysis of collagen fiber domain organization by Fourier second harmonic generation microscopy. Journal of Biomedical Optics. 18(3), 031105 (2013).

14. Hu, P. S., Ghazarya, A., Hovhannisyan, V., Chen, S. J., Chen, Y. F., Kim, C. S., Tsai, T. H. & Dong, C. Y. Imaging of biological tissues with pixel-level analysis of second-order susceptibility. Journal Biomedical Optics. 18(3), 031102 (2013).

15. Dong, C. Y., So, P. T. C., Mertz, J., Koenig, K., Xu, C. & Campagnola, P. Multiphoton microscopy: technical innovations, biological applications, and clinical diagnostics. Journal Biomedical Optics. 18(3), 031101-1 (2013)

16. Lai, C. W., Sun, T. L., Lo, W., Tang, Z. H., Wu, S., Chang, Y. J., Wu, C. C., Yu, S. C., Dong, C. Y. & Chen, L. W. Shedding-induced gap formation contributes to gut barrier dysfunction in endotoxemia. The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 74(1), 203-213 (2013).