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SY) SCEJ Division Symposium

SY-68. [Symposium of Division of Biochemical Engineering] Cutting-edge of Biomedical Engineering in Chemical Engineering

Organizer(s): Ito Akira (Nagoya Univ.)

In recent years, chemical engineering has greatly contributed to the processes of regenerative medicine, production of antibody drugs, and the development of biomimetic systems. The purpose of this symposium is to invite general presentations on new technologies that will contribute to the development of future medicine and drug discovery, and to actively discuss the latest research results.

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The keywords that frequently used
in this topics code.
KeywordsNumber
Biomedical application1
cancer treatment1
iPS cells1
enzymatic post-modification1
Lipid Membrane1
i-motif1
B cell lymphoma1
Nucleic Acid1
cooperative effect1
Cationic1
cell differentiation1
3D bioprinting1
microfluidic device1
protein-protein interaction1
vaccine1
peritoneal injury1
three-dimensional culture1
phospholipid polymers1
biopharmaceutical1
3D culture1
Bioprinting1
redox reactions1
Shear-induced structure1
signal transduction1
lipid bilayer1
Crosslinked film1
host cell1
porous scaffold1
Aqueous two-phase system1
Cell sheets1
antibody screening1
CHL-YN1

ACKN
No.
Title/Author(s)KeywordsStyle
178Development of SOLIS to detect intracellular protein-protein interactions based on growth signals induced by membrane localization
(Nat. Inst. Biomed. Innov.) *(Reg)Kawahara M., (U. Tokyo) Kashima D.
protein-protein interaction
signal transduction
antibody screening
O
231Development of redox phospholipid polymers for cancer treatment
(Nagoya U.) *(Reg)Kaneko Masahiro, (Stu)Yamaguchi Akio, (Reg)Ito Akira
cancer treatment
redox reactions
phospholipid polymers
O
232Characterization of rapidly proliferating Chinese hamster lung (CHL) -YN cells and their culture control as novel host cells for producing recombinant proteins
(Osaka U.) *(Reg)Yamano-Adachi Noriko, Koto Takae, Sukwattananipaat Puriwat, Kunita Hiromu, Arishima Rintaro, Koga Yuichi, (Reg)Omasa Takeshi
CHL-YN
host cell
biopharmaceutical
O
239Double-cooperative effects between antimicrobial peptides towards the development of antimicrobial agents
(U. Tokyo IIS) (Reg)Sugihara Kaori
antimicrobial peptide
cooperative effect
lipid bilayer
O
318Expansion and endodermal differentiation of iPS cells in a three-dimensional culture using hollow fibers.
(Kyushu U.) *(Reg)Mizumoto Hiroshi, Taniguchi Ryo, Igata Shinya, (Reg)Kajiwara Toshihisa
iPS cells
three-dimensional culture
cell differentiation
O
325Fabrication of hydrogel fiber with aqueous two-phase ink by 3D bioprinting
(Osaka U.) *(Stu)Morita Takahiro, (Reg)Nakahata Masaki, (Reg)Kojima Masaru, (Reg)Sakai Shinji
3D bioprinting
Aqueous two-phase system
Shear-induced structure
O
344Fabrication of peptidic self-assembled fibers that can be post-modified with proteins and their vaccine application
(Kyushu U.) *(Reg)Wakabayashi Rie, Syahid Fathullah Ghazian Dzaky, (Stu)Higuchi Ayato, (Reg)Goto Masahiro, (Reg)Kamiya Noriho
Self-assembled peptide
enzymatic post-modification
vaccine
O
576Preparation of porous hydrogel constructs using microfluidic devices
(Osaka U.) *(Stu)Harada Ryohei, (Reg)Nakahata Masaki, (Reg)Kojima Masaru, (Reg)Sakai Shinji
Bioprinting
microfluidic device
porous scaffold
O
753Cationic crosslinked film, by modified Poly(vinyl alcohol) and dextran for biomedical applications
(U. Tokyo) *(Reg)Chandel Arvind, (Reg)Ito Taichi
Cationic
Crosslinked film
Biomedical application
O
771Analysis on the Interaction between i-motif Nucleic Acids and Lipid Membranes
(Osaka U.) *(Reg)Watanabe Nozomi, Ueno Ryosuke, (Reg)Okamoto Yukihiro, (Reg)Umakoshi Hiroshi
i-motif
Lipid Membrane
Nucleic Acid
O
870Approach from cell sheet engineering to improve peritoneal injury
(OIT) (Reg)Sakiyama Ryoichi
Cell sheets
peritoneal injury
O
873Development of B cell lymphoma 3D culture model
(Akita U.) (Reg)Honda Haruka
B cell lymphoma
3D culture
O

List of received applications (By topics code)

List of received applications

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