Yuma Tetsu presented recent works in 78th JSAP (The Japan Society of Applied Physics) Autumn Meeting (9/5-8, 2017 , Fukuoka, Japan)
6p-C11-4 "The development of ultrathin epidermal strain sensor with an inkjet-printed conductive polymer" (Yuma Tetsu)
Takeoka lab seminar camp was held at Kamogawa seminar house of Waseda university.
Toshinori Fujie and Arihiro Hasebe presented recent works in 254th American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition (8/20-23, 2017, Washington DC)
2750615 "Thermo-sensitive dye laden polymer nanosheets for ratiometric temperature mapping of living muscle tissues." (Toshinori Fujie)
COLL 219 "Directed contraction of microgrooved nanosheets powered by engineered myotubes under electrical stimulation." (Arihiro Hasebe)
Nana Kokubo prized Poster Award in the 40th Annual Meeting of Japan Neuroscience Society
An original article written by Yuma Tetsu, Kento Yamagishi, Shinji Takeoka, Toshinori Fujie was published in Applied Physics Express
"Ultrathin epidermal strain sensor based on an elastomer nanosheet with an inkjet-printed conductive polymer"
Yuma Tetsu, Kento Yamagishi, Akira Kato, Yuya Matsumoto, Mariko Tsukune, Yo Kobayashi, Masakatsu G. Fujie, Shinji Takeoka and Toshinori Fujie
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