The paper about ultra-flexible antenna coil written by Yuma Tetsu, Shinji Takeoka and others was published in Advanced Elecronic Materials.
"Graphene/Au Hybrid Antenna Coil Exfoliated with Multi-Stacked Graphene Flakes for Ultra-Thin Biomedical Devices"
Sho Mihara presented recent works in 2nd Research Report Conference of Human Performance Laboratory (9/19, 2019)
Nanosheet electronics × Sports science (Sho Mihara)
Sho Mihara presented recent works in Electrophysiological and Imaging Approaches to Study the Neuro-Musculo-Mechanics of Human Movement (11/16, 2019)
Efficacy of novel material for surface electromyography (Sho Mihara)
Kento Yamagishi, Taknori Nakanishi, Sho Mihara, Shinji Takeoka, Toshinori Fujie was published in Applied Physics Express.
"Elastic kirigami patch for electromyographic analysis of the palm muscle during baseball pitching"
Kento Yamagishi, Takenori Nakanishi, Sho Mihara, Shinji Takeoka, Toshinori Fujie
Meiting Hao presented recent works in the 4th International Symposium on Biomedical Engineering (11/14-15, 2019, Shizuoka, Japan)
P2-32 Development of Flexible Antenna Coils for Gas Sensing Application (Meiting Hao)
Yoshitaka Suematsu and Rin Sugita presented recent works in the 41st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Biomaterials (11/25-26, 2019, Ibaraki, Japan)
P87 "Preparation of spheroid-carried porous nanosheets for the treatment of diabetic murine skin defects"(Yoshitaka Suematsu)
P109 "Development of bio-adhesive nanosheets for stable fixation of a small light source to deeply located organs" (Rin Sugita)
Welcome to Takeoka Laboratory. Our Lab studies biomolecular assembling sciences for nano-medicine. Molecular assembling and cooperative phenomena of biomolecules and/or biomacromolecules give us useful implications to construct smart nanodevices having multi-functions for biomedical application (Nano-medicine). Our research group quests the molecular assembling science and engineering of amphiphilic molecules such as phospholipids, glycolipids, aminolipids, and polyethyleneglycol (PEG)-lipids interacted with biomacromoleucles such as bioactive compounds, genes or proteins, in order to design and construct the nanocarriers in biomedical applications such as controlled drug delivery and release systems.
Development of a free-standing ultra-thin and biocompatible polymer nanosheets
To reveal a lot of unknown cellular activities, we are constructing novel fluorescent probes for bio-imaging
Liposome should be multi-functional platform for drug delivery system
Liposome based artificial platelets could promote platelet aggregation