Available Technologies


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A-25     Method for Measuring Polyamines in Erythrocytes

Polyamines are growth factors having a very simple structure and which interact with certain acidic high-molecular materials to exhibit various physiological activities.


A-26     Novel Method to Culture Differentiating Cells and Tissues in 3D

Nagoya University researchers have developed a method for resolving problems inherent to the conventional technology for three-dimensional culturing.


A-29     A Novel Method to Detect Virus-Infections from Blood

The Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) is a member of the herpes virus family, which includes herpes simplex virus 1 and 2, and is one of the most common viruses in humans.


A-45     A Novel Screening Method for Anti-Malarial Compounds

Malaria is a infectious disease of humans caused by the genus Plasmodium.


A-47     Photo-Responsive Oligonucleotide

Many technologies to control hybridization of oligonucleotides have been developed for gene detection and identification, molecular devices, and so on.


A-48     A Novel Filamentous Adhesive Protein Binding on Any Surface

Microorganisms are capable of excellent chemical conversion by their catalytic functions so that they have been used in the production of brewing, bio-ethanol, pharmaceuticals, monomer units in polymers and so on.


A-51     Biomarkers for Diabetic Nephropathy

Diabetic nephropathy can be found in diabetics, especially patients suffering with type 1 diabetes for more than five years.


A-53     Nanoparticle Diffusion Evaluating Device

The excellent properties of nanoparticles have been successfully addressing various challenges in the field of science.

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