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This article reviews series of studies aimed at developing methods and systems …
|1.||Yasuda K: Non-destractive, non-contact handling method for biomaterials in micro-chamber by ultrasound. Sensors and Actuators B 2000, 64:128-135.|
|2.||Inoue I, Wakamoto Y, Moriguchi H, Okano K, Yasuda K: On-chip culture system for observation of isolated individual cells. Lab Chip 2001, 1:50-55.|
|3.||Wakamoto Y, Inoue I, Moriguchi H, Yasuda K: Analysis of single-cell differences using on-chip microculture system and optical trapping. Fresenius J Anal Chem 2001, 371:276-281.|
|4.||Inoue I, Wakamoto Y, Yasuda K: Non-genetic variability of division cycle and growth of isolated individual cells in on-chip culture system. Proc Japan Acad 2001, 77B:145-150.|
|5.||Umehara S, Wakamoto Y, Inoue I, Yasuda K: On-chip single-cell microcultivation assay for monitoring environmental effects on isolated cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2003, 305:534-540.|
|6.||Matsumura K, Yagi T, Yasuda K: Role of Timer and Sizer in Regulation of Chlamydomonas Cell Cycle. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 2003, 306:1042-1049.|
|7.||Matsumura K, Yagi T, Yasuda K: Differential analysis of cell cycle stability in Chlamydomonas using on-chip single-cell cultivation system. Jpn J Appl Phys 2003, 42:L784-L787.|
|8.||Hattori A, Umehara S, Wakamoto Y, Yasuda K: Measurement of incident angle dependence of swimming bacterium reflection using on-chip single-cell cultivation assay. Jpn J Appl Phys 2003, 42:L873-L875.|
|9.||Wakamoto Y, Umehara S, Matsumura K, Inoue I, Yasuda K: Development of non-destructive, non-contact single-cell based differential cell assay using on-chip microcultivation and optical tweezers. Sensors and Actuators B 2003, 96:693-700.|
|10.||Takahashi K, Matsumura K, Yasuda K: On-chip microcultivation chamber for swimming cells using visualized poly(dimetylsiloxane) valve. Jpn J Appl Phys 2003, 42:L1104-L1107.|
|11.||Moriguchi H, Wakamoto Y, Sugio Y, Takahashi K, Inoue I, Yasuda Y: An agar-microchamber cell-cultivation system: flexible change of microchamber shapes during cultivation by photo-thermal etching. Lab Chip 2002, 2:125-30.|
|12.||Sugio Y, Kojima K, Moriguchi H, Takahashi K, Kaneko T, Yasuda K: An agar-based on-chip neural-cell cultivation system for stepwise control of network pattern generation during cultivation.
Sensors & Actuators B 2002, in press.
|13.||Moriguchi H, Takahashi K, Sugio Y, Wakamoto Y, Inoue I, Jimbo Y, Yasuda K: On chip neural cell cultivation using agarose-microchamber array constructed by photo-thermal etching method.
Electrical Engineering in Japan 2003, 146:37-42.
|14.||Kojima K, Moriguchi H, Hattori A, Kaneko T, Yasuda K: Two-dimensional network formation of cardiac myocytes in agar microculture chip with 1480-nm infrared laser photo-thermal etching.
Lab Chip 2003, 3:299-303.
|15.||Yasuda K, Okano K, Ishiwata S: Focal extraction of surface-bound DNA from a microchip using photo- thermal denaturation. Biotechniques 2000, 28:1006-1011.|
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