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Jan, 22, 2013
Development of Bioactive Apatite Nuclei-Precipitated Materials by Using Sandblasting Process

Titanium alloys are excellent biomaterials with high mechanical property and high corrosion resistance. However, they have little or no bioactivity. If titanium alloys have a bioactivity, range of its application is largely extended. Prof.

Dec, 04, 2012
Polymer-Bound Pyrene-4,5,9,10-tetraone for Fast-Charge and -Discharge Lithium-Ion Batteries with High Capacity

Organic rechargeable batteries have received significant research interest from the viewpoints of structural diversity and sustainability of electrode materials.

Oct, 07, 2012
Fabrication of Hydroxyapatite Microcapsule for Gene Transfection

Generally, gene is transfected by using vector virus, however, alternative method is strongly desired because usage of vector virus attends risks of infection and canceration. Prof. Takeshi Yao and Assistant Prof.

Sep, 04, 2012
Development of Injectable, Biodegradable, Immunomodulatory and Self-Gelling Nucleic Acids

Self-gelling nucleic acids have been developed, which gelate under physiological conditions without use of DNA ligase or any other crosslinking agents.

Jul, 09, 2012
Development of novel VCP inhibitors

Valosin-containing protein (VCP), which belongs to the AAA (ATPase associated with diverse cellular activities) proteins, has been shown to colocalize with abnormal protein aggregates, such as nuclear inclusions of Huntington disease and Machado-Joseph dis...

Feb, 15, 2012
Novel Solid-State Polymer Electrolyte of Colloidal Crystal Decorated with Ionic-Liquid Polymer Brush

Prof Tsujii, Prof Sato and his research team successfully fabricated a leak/vapor-free, non-flammable and solid electrolyte by three-dimensionally self-assembling, in this membrane, the hybrid silica particles (PSiPs) with "concentrated" polymer brushes (C...

Feb, 13, 2012
Site-specific Arrangements of Proteins on DNA-origami Structures

DNA is a useful material for constructing nanoscale structures in nearly any three-dimensional shape desired. The DNA nanostructure can also be equipped with specific docking sites for proteins.

Feb, 07, 2012
Optically Transparent Bio-based Nanocomposites

Recently, Prof. Yano and his research team presented a completely transparent crab-shell, keeping its original shape and substantial morphological detail.

Feb, 07, 2012
TRPA1 Underlies a Sensing Mechanism for Oxygen

Oxygen (O2) is a prerequisite for cellular respiration in aerobic organisms but also elicits toxicity.

Jan, 23, 2012
Silicon-based Cross-coupling Reagents for Synthesis of Organic Compounds

Cross-coupling reactions have been extensively developed in the last three decades.