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ImPACT Program Promotion Office, Cabinet Office
Ultra-high Speed Multiplexed Sensing System Beyond Evolution for the Detection of Extremely Small Quantities of Substances (Miyata Program)

Jan. 28 (Thu.) 10:30-12:10
Venue : Main theater in the exhibition / Fee : Free

Opening Remarks 10:30-10:40

Takeo Nakagawa
Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan

Program Overview 10:40-10:55
宮田 令子 氏

Reiko Miyata
・ImPACT Program Manager
・Specially-appointed professor at the Office of Industry Liaison Nagoya University

[ Profile ]

Graduated from Ochanomizu University. Entered Toray Industries (Basic Research Laboratories) Ph.D. (Kyoto University) Senior Researcher at Toray. IP manager at Nagoya University (on external assignment from Toray). Specially-appointed professor at the Nagoya University, Office of Industry Liaison. ImPACT Program Manager.

Implementation of a nano device which can detect various bacteria and
viruses with ultra-sensitivity and unprecedented speed 10:55-11:10
川合 知二 氏

Tomoji Kawai
・Specially-appointed professor at The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research, Osaka University
・Director at Technology Strategy Center, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization

Acquisition and concentration of various bacteria, viruses,
and PM 2.5 in the atmosphere by a Nanobiodevice with unprecedented speed
11:10-11:25
馬場 嘉信 氏

Yoshinobu Baba
・Chair, Professor, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering,
 Director, ImPACT Research Center for Advanced Nanobiodevices, Nagoya University
・Research Advisor, Health Research Institute
 National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

Development of a hazardous small molecule sensing device
modeling insect taste and smell sense 11:25-11:40
都甲 潔 氏

Kiyoshi Toko
Distinguished Professor, Dr. Eng. Director. Graduate School of Information Science and
Electrical Engineering Research and Development Center for Taste and Odor Sensing,
Kyushu University

Design of peptide-based molecular recognition probes for InSECT device
11:40-11:55
大河内 美奈 氏

Mina Okochi

Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Design and fabrication of functional bio-nano interfaces for detection of
harmful and hazardous substances 11:55-12:10
宮原 裕二 氏

Yuji Miyahara

Director, Professor, Institute of Biomaterials and Bioengineering Tokyo Medical and Dental University

[ Abstract ]

We have been developing a miniaturized and cost-effective system for rapid detection of harmful and hazardous substances. The discrimination of the subtype of influenza viruses is one of the important issues for the society to avoid avian influenza pandemic. Selective binging of the influenza A viral hemagglutinins (HAs) to the specific sialic acid receptor (Neu5Acα(2-6)Gal for human, Neu5Acα(2-3)Gal for avian) is a key point to distinguish the subtype of influenza A virus. We have demonstrated the selective binding of avian and human HAs to 6’-sialyllactose (Neu5Acα(2-6)Galβ(1-4)Glc) or 3’-sialyllactose (Neu5Acα(2-3)Galβ(1-4)Glc) immobilized on gold surface using an extended-gate field-effect transistor (FET). The case of whole influenaza A H1N1 binding assay, the detection sensitivity was higher than conventional immunochromatographic test.

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Yuji Miyahara, Ph. D. has been working in the field between electronics and biotechnology. He has developed several types of solid-state biosensors, microTAS and sensing technologies for detection of biomolecules and cell functions.

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