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  • Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
  • World Premier International Research Center (WPI) Initiative
  • Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (ITbM)
  • International Association of Sexual Plant Reproduction Research


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Nano-Engineering Group


NameNaoki Yanagisawa


Research Articles

  1. Yanagisawa, N., & Dutta, D. (2012). Enhancement in the sensitivity of microfluidic enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays through analyte preconcentration. Analytical chemistry84(16), 7029–7036.
  2. Yanagisawa, N., & Dutta, D. (2011). Kinetic ELISA in Microfluidic Channels. Biosensors1(4), 58–69.
  3. Yanagisawa, N., Mecham, J. O., Corcoran, R. C., & Dutta, D. (2011). Multiplex ELISA in a single microfluidic channel. Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry401(4), 1173–1181.
  4. Toh, G. M., Yanagisawa, N., Corcoran, R. C., & Dutta, D. (2010). A low molecular weight cut-off polymer–silicate membrane for microfluidic applications. Microfluid. Nanofluid.9(6), 1135–1141.
  5. Wadsworth, C. J., Yanagisawa, N., & Dutta, D. (2010). Nanochannel arrays as supports for proton exchange membranes in microfluidic fuel cells. Journal of Power Sources195(11), 3636–3639.
  6. Yanagisawa, N., & Dutta, D. (2010). Pressure generation at the junction of two microchannels with different depths. Electrophoresis31(12), 2080–2088.
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