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2011-0906-01
Nanotechnology / Materials
posted:2014/05/21

Observing substances under a near-field optical microscope

IMURA, Kohei Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Using a near-field optical microscope allows observation of the shape, as well as the color of substances in an estimated area of 10 to 100 microns squared.
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2011-0906-02
Nanotechnology / Materials Energy
posted:2014/05/21

The controlling of light energy with precious metal nanoparticles (plasmonic substances)

IMURA, Kohei Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Using a near-field optical microscope allows the observation and visualization of the plasmon of plasmonic substances. Plasmonic substances demonstrate a variety of behavior through their interaction with light, the progress of which can be tracked in high time and spatial res...
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1983
Life sciences
posted:2019/01/15
2018-200458

Cyto-cell chamber  - High Cost Performance Re-usable Dish for Glass-bottom Observation

INOUE, Takafumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
●  Multi samples + Glass bottom dishes = High cost●  Using reusable dishes●  Adopted round cover glass for cell seeding port.
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2011-0915-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Intracellular molecular dynamic analysis

INOUE, Takafumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Using random scan two-photon excitation microscopy, we can measure the movement of intracellular molecules. In particular, the calcium ions (Ca2+) and phosphoenzymes, receptors and other proteins involved in the synapse plasticity of neurons are the target for this analysis.
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2247
Social Infrastructure
posted:2019/10/16

自己伸展型長尺構造物

ISHII, Hiroyuki Associate Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
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2016-0614-01
Manufacturing Technology
posted:2016/07/14

医療手技訓練用ヒューマノイド

ISHII, Hiroyuki Associate Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor
医師など医療従事者の訓練に用いる患者シミュレータに関する技術.アクチュエータによって1台のシミュレータでさまざまな患者を再現することや,センサによって手技を計測し評価することが可能.
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2016-0614-02
Life sciences
posted:2016/07/14

顎顔面マッサージロボット

ISHII, Hiroyuki Associate Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
collaborative researchers:TAKANISHI, Atsuo Professor , 勝又 明敏 教授
顎関節症等の疾患に有効な顎顔面マッサージを行うロボットの設計ならびに制御に関する技術.この技術を用いることで,熟練した施術者が行うような力強さとしなやかさを兼ね備えたマッサージが可能.
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2011-0517-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Investigation of prenatal care through noninvasive diagnosis and analysis

ISHIYAMA, Atsushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Using a SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device), which is a high sensitivity magnetic sensor, to diagnose and analyze the mother’s electrocardiograph can shed light on the level of relaxation or stress in the fetus through correlation between the mother and the fet...
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2011-0517-02
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Visualization of the brain’s response to stimuli (smell) in a murine model using noninvasive measuring of biomagnetism

ISHIYAMA, Atsushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
The SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device), which is a high sensitivity magnetic sensor, is able to measure subtle magnetic fields (magnetoencephalographs) created by nervous activity, and it is not hindered by the skull. This allows the accurate and individual tr...
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2011-0517-03
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Comparison of a murine model with humans using noninvasive measuring of biomagnetism, and its application in heart disease diagnosis

ISHIYAMA, Atsushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
We can provide a method of early heart disease detection that combines life science techniques with SQUID* measurements.For example, we can create a murine model of myocardial infarction (a knockout mouse), and take magnetocardiographs using SQUID from birth until the onset of...
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2011-0517-04
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Comparison of a murine model with humans using noninvasive measuring of biomagnetism, and its application in brain disease diagnosis

ISHIYAMA, Atsushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
SQUID (superconducting quantum interference device), which is a high sensitivity magnetic sensor, is able to measure weak magnetic fields (magnetoencephalographs) generated by neurotransmissions (brain activity) without being obstructed by the skull. For example, using SQUID t...
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2020-1012-01
Life sciences
posted:2020/10/27

Ultrasensitive antigen test for COVID-19

ITO, Etsuro Professor (Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences)
● We propose a de novo antigen test for diagnosing COVID-19 using the combination of sandwich ELISA and thio-NAD cycling. Our test takes advantage of the spike (S1) proteins specific to the SARS-CoV-2 virus. 
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2019-1021-01
Life sciences
posted:2019/10/21

Development of new diagnosis using ultrasensitive ELISA

ITO, Etsuro Professor (Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences)
● For this purpose, we have developed a de novo method using a sandwich ELISA combined with thio-NAD cycling.
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2457
Social Infrastructure
posted:2021/05/14

病変状態を模擬した心臓弁等の臓器モデルの作製

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
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2298
Information Communication Life sciences
posted:2020/02/10
特開2021-112479

深層学習を用いた心電図からの大動脈弁狭窄症(AS)識別法

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
心電図データから1拍画像を生成し,その画像に対して深層学習によって,「AS」か「ASではない」かの2クラス分類を行う.ここで,ネットワークの学習のための訓練データのアノテーションには,心臓超音波映像から専門医が判断する.得られた学習機とGrad-CAMを用いて,「AS」あるいは「ASではない」...
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2252
Social Infrastructure
posted:2019/12/11

心臓弁尖作製用機器で作成した弁、縫合ガイド、および、弁尖作製用機器

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
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1749
Social Infrastructure
posted:2015/11/05
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血液濾過器の流れの可視化試験装置

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
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2011-0909-05
Life sciences Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

A durability testing device for stents and a method of evaluation

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
We developed a testing device that could accurately simulate the stress environment of the area where the stent is inserted. The development of a system that takes into account the application of stress in the form of a combined twisting and stretching force, and the mechanica...
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2011-0909-06
Life sciences Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Acellularization of heart valves

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
One of the ways of prolonging the life of tissue valves is to not treat them chemically, and use acellular tissue from porcine heart valves. A unique method of microwave irradiation combined with a simulated in vivo environment (controlled surfactant flow and pressure through ...
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939
Life sciences
posted:2014/04/03

Simulated constricted blood vessel and manufacturing method thereof

IWASAKI, Kiyotaka Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Cooperative Major in Advanced Biomedical Sciences)
This invention is an artificial blood vessel for modeling stenotic lesions caused by the calcification of blood vessels, and the manufacturing method thereof.Elasticity near to that of an actual human constricted blood vessel can be obtained by mixing calcium carbonate powder ...
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