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Fluct-Molecular Sensing
揺動分子センシング研究室
~Make Molecules Visible~
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[Group] Undergrads presented their graduation research
29 January 2024

Our undergraduate students have successfully completed their graduation research presentations, showcasing a high level of dedication and expertise in their respective fields. We are genuinely proud of their exceptional work, which not only reflects their commitment to academic excellence but also contributes valuable insights to our research!
[Research] A new original paper available online
30 November 2023

An original paper entitled "Enhanced sensitivity of a fluorometric biosensor for alcohol metabolites with an enzymatic cycling reaction" has been published in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 401, 135031 (2024).

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[Research] A new original paper available online
24 June 2023

An original paper entitled "Gas-phase biosensors (Bio-sniffers) for measurement of 2-nonenal, the causative volatile molecule of human aging-related body odor" has been published in Sensors 23, 5857 (2023).
[Research] A new original paper available online
24 May 2023

An original paper entitled "Real-time continuous monitoring of oral soft tissue pressure with a wireless mouthguard device for assessing tongue thrusting habits" has been published in Sensors 23, 5027 (2023).
[Research] A new original paper available online
25 November 2022

An original paper entitled "Long-range surface plasmon aptasensor for label-free monitoring of vancomycin" has been published in Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 222, 114959 (2023).
[Research] A new original paper available online
31 May 2022

An original paper entitled "Surface plasmon-enhanced fluorescence immunosensor for monitoring cardiac troponin I" has been published in Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 368, 132132 (2022).

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