Hak-Joon Sung
Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Assistant Professor of Medicine-Cardiovascular Medicine
Last active: 2/12/2015

  1. Matrix metalloproteinase 9 facilitates collagen remodeling and angiogenesis for vascular constructs. Sung HJ, Johnson CE, Lessner SM, Magid R, Drury DN, Galis ZS (2005) Tissue Eng 11(1-2): 267-76
    › Primary publication · 15738681 (PubMed)
  2. In vitro bioassay of endotoxin using fluorescein as a pH indicator in a macrophage cell culture system. Lee DH, Sung HJ, Han DW, Lee MS, Ryu GH, Aihara M, Takatori K, Park JC (2005) Yonsei Med J 46(2): 268-74
    › Primary publication · 15861501 (PubMed) · PMC2823024 (PubMed Central)
  3. Vascular oxidant stress enhances progression and angiogenesis of experimental atheroma. Khatri JJ, Johnson C, Magid R, Lessner SM, Laude KM, Dikalov SI, Harrison DG, Sung HJ, Rong Y, Galis ZS (2004) Circulation 109(4): 520-5
    › Primary publication · 14744973 (PubMed)
  4. The effect of scaffold degradation rate on three-dimensional cell growth and angiogenesis. Sung HJ, Meredith C, Johnson C, Galis ZS (2004) Biomaterials 25(26): 5735-42
    › Primary publication · 15147819 (PubMed)
  5. Matrix metalloproteinase-9 is required for adequate angiogenic revascularization of ischemic tissues: potential role in capillary branching. Johnson C, Sung HJ, Lessner SM, Fini ME, Galis ZS (2004) Circ Res 94(2): 262-8
    › Primary publication · 14670843 (PubMed) · PMC6716372 (PubMed Central)
  6. Liposomal entrapment of cefoxitin to improve cellular viability and function in human saphenous veins. Park JC, Suh H, Sung HJ, Han DW, Lee DH, Park BJ, Park YH, Cho BK (2003) Artif Organs 27(7): 623-30
    › Primary publication · 12823417 (PubMed)