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2013-11A Comparison between Executed and Imagined Movements in Phase Synchrony of EEG in humans with Stroke: A Preliminary Study김다혜; 박완주; 김연희, et al
2015-08A highly selective polybenzimidazole-4,4'-(hexafluoroisopropylidene)bis(benzoic acid) membrane for high-temperature hydrogen separation최선희; 김다혜; 김도영, et al
2016-08A Wearable Device for Emotional Recognition Using Facial Expression and Physiological Response김래현; 박완주; 김다혜, et al
2015-12Analysis of Time-Dependent Brain Network on Active and MI Tasks for Chronic Stroke Patients김다혜; 김래현; 박완주, et al
2015-05Assessment of Cognitive Engagement in Stroke Patients From Single-Trial EEG During Motor Rehabilitation박완주; 권규현; 김다혜, et al
2015-08Bioavailability investigation of fucoxanthin contained in milk products and orange juice: In vitro simulated digestion and Caco-2 Assays목일균; 김다혜; 판철호, et al
2014-08Characterization of curcumin-loaded nanoparticles composed of phosphatidylcholine and β-cyclodextrin구송이; 김다혜; 판철호
2015-06Characterization of Curcumin-loaded Nanoparticles for Mucoadhesive Applications구송이; 김다혜; 판철호
2015-01EEG Correlates of User Sati1s faction of Haptic Sensation박완주; 기두찬; 김다혜, et al
2007-12Electrochemical properties of gel polymer electrolyte based on poly(acrylonitrile)-poly(ethylene glycol diacrylate) blend조병원; 김다혜; Lee, Hee-Woo, et al
2015-02Evaluation of user preference using haptic dial interface송규예; 박완주; 김다혜, et al
2018-04Gamma EEG Correlates of Haptic Preferences김래현; 김다혜; 박완주, et al
2016-03Isolation of major phenolics from Launaea spinosa and their protective effect on HepG2 cells damaged with t-BHPHossam Abdallah; Mohamed Farag; Samir Osman, et al
2014-08Motor task-based differences in brain networks: Preliminary results김다혜; 박완주; 김연희, et al
2013-10-10파에오닥틸룸 트리코르누툼(Phaeodactylum tricornutum)의 용매 분획물을 유효성분으로 포함하는 염증성 질환 예방용 또는 치료용 조성물구송이; 김다혜; 김상민, et al