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  • Short-lived and Nonphosphorescent Triplet state of Mexoryl SX, a UV-A Sunscreen

    Shamoto Yuta , Shimizu Ryohei , Yagi Mikio , Oguchi-Fujiyama Nozomi , Kang Jasmin , Kikuchi Azusa

    … On the other hand, the time-resolved near-IR phosphorescence spectrum was observed in oxygen-saturated phosphate buffer (pH 7.4). … No phosphorescence was detectable from Mexoryl SX in ethanol at 77 K. …

    Applied magnetic resonance 51(6), 567-580, 2020-04-15


  • Synthesis and Characterization of Polymer-Linked Prodrug of Antibacterial Agent for The Targeted Delivery to The Colon by Cold Plasma Technique

    Yamauchi Yukinori , Doi Naoki , Kondo Shin-ichi , Sasai Yasushi , Kuzuya Masayuki

    … The in vitro hydrolysis study of the polymeric prodrugs was carried out in three different buffer solutions at 37 ℃. … The results indicated that the acid-anhydride conjugate of the polymeric prodrugs was relatively stable to acid-catalyzed hydrolysis, and the NA release was in sustained manner with no burst and enhanced in basic media, in which ca. …

    Journal of Photopolymer Science and Technology 33(3), 343-348, 2020


  • The Photopolymer Science and Technology Award

    Tomikawa Masao

    … <p>The Photopolymer Science and Technology Award No. 201100, the Outstanding Achievement Award 2020 was presented to Dr. Masao Tomikawa for his outstanding achievements in photo definable polyimides science and technology including the photo reaction mechanism of the Ionic-bonded-photosensitive polyimide, and the pioneering development of positive photo definable polyimide by partial esterification of poly(amic acid) for semiconductor stress buffer and for the organic light emitting diode (OLED) displays. …

    Journal of Photopolymer Science and Technology 33(1), 3-5, 2020


  • Preparation of Calcium Phosphate-Biodegradable Polymer Composites with Ion-Releasing Ability for Enhancing Bone Formation  [in Japanese]

    KAWAI Akari , MATSUBARA Takashi , MAEDA Hirotaka , OBATA Akiko , KASUGA Toshihiro

    … When the glass particles containing Na<sub>2</sub>O were included in the composite, the molecular weight of the polymer as the matrix phase was severely reduced and its hydrolysis in Tris-HCl buffer solution was drastically accelerated. … On the other hand, when the glass particles containing MgO were included, therapeutic ions such as Ca<sup>2+</sup>, Mg<sup>2+</sup>, and silicate ions were continuously released with almost no change in the pH of the buffer solution. …

    Journal of the Japan Society of Powder and Powder Metallurgy 67(5), 278-283, 2020


  • 4-Cl-edaravone and (<i>E</i>)-2-chloro-3-[(<i>E</i>)-phenyldiazenyl]-2-butenoic acid are the specific reaction products of edaravone with hypochlorite

    Amekura Sakiko , Nakajima Misuzu , Watanabe Mami , Saitoh Makoto , Iida Sayaka , Yamamoto Yorihiro , Fujisawa Akio

    … This drug also reacts with two-electron oxidants like peroxynitrite to give predominantly 4-nitrosoedaravone but no one-electron oxidation products. … in 50% methanolic phosphate buffer (pH 7.4) solution containing typical two-electron reductants, such as glutathione, cysteine, methionine, and uric acid, as internal references. …

    Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition, 2020


  • Departure Time Control Considering Airborne and Ground Delay Costs  [in Japanese]

    Andreeva-Mori Adriana , Matsuno Yoshinori , Matayoshi Naoki

    … Such traffic flow control, often referred to as ground holding, has been implemented in many countries already, with Japan being no exception. … Currently, when flights are expected to be delayed in the air for more than a certain time (called buffer here), the ground holding program assigns delayed departure times. … If there are no uncertainties in departure time and flight time, the optimal buffer can be easily determined. …



  • Control of Chemical Reactions by Using Molecules that Buffer Non‐aqueous Solutions

    Muhammad Sohail , Fujie Tanaka

    … However, no molecules that buffer non-aqueous solutions were commonly used. …

    Chemistry – A European Journal 26(1), 222-229, 2019-11-19


  • Spectral link and macroscopic non-universality in turbulent plane Couette flow

    Dongrong Zhang

    … The model links the dissipative range, the inertial range, and the energetic range of the standard phenomenological model of the spectrum of turbulent kinetic energy to, respectively, the buffer layer, the log layer, and the wake of the MVPs. … Thus, the multiplicity of turbulent states is entirely consistent with small-scale universality, and the experimental data on plane Couette flow pose no challenge to the phenomenological theory of turbulence. …

    Fluid Dynamics Research 51(5), 055504, 2019-07-30


  • Evidence of different climatic adaptation strategies in humans and non-human primates

    Buck L. T. , De Groote I. , Hamada Y. , Hassett B. R. , Ito T. , Stock J. T.

    … In fact, we find similar amounts of intraspecific variation in both species, but no covariation between shape and climate in humans, contrasting with strong covariation in macaques. … We suggest this is due to the importance of human behavioural adaptations, which act as a buffer from climatic stress and were likely key to our evolutionary success. …

    Scientific Reports (9), 2019-07-30


  • The Formation of Revisionism of the Decentralized Higher Education System: A Case Study of the State of California in 1990's  [in Japanese]

    中世古 貴彦

    … Each of the three public sectors, the University of California, the California State University, and California Community Colleges, has its own governing board, and there is no central governing board for all colleges and universities. … CPEC was no longer seen as the buffer between the higher education sector and the state government, but it was expected to be a lay board to control the colleges and universities from the outside of the higher education sector. …

    飛梅論集 (19), 69-83, 2019-03-29


  • Development of cell-based wireless odorant sensor  [in Japanese]

    Ogishi Kazuto , Hirata Yusuke , Sawayama Jun , Takeuchi Shoji

    … The device responded to addition of buffer with odorants, whereas it returned no response when buffer without odorants is added. …

    The Proceedings of the Symposium on Micro-Nano Science and Technology 2019.10(0), 19am3PN319, 2019


  • Vascular Soluble Guanylate Cyclase Redox State in Rats with Chronic Administration of Cigarette Smoke Extract  [in Japanese]

    Tawa Masashi , Yamashita Yuka , Nakano Katsuya , Nishio Matomo , Masuoka Takayoshi , Ishibashi Takaharu

    … <p>Smoking is known to be accompanied with a decrease in nitric oxide (NO) bioavailability in the vascular system. … This study investigated whether chronic administration of cigarette smoke extract (CSE) influences on soluble guanylate cyclase (sGC) redox state, a determinant of NO bioavailability. …

    Proceedings for Annual Meeting of The Japanese Pharmacological Society 92(0), 1-P-066, 2019


  • 60GHz 180µW Power Consumption CMOS ASK Transmitter Using Combined On-Chip Resonator and Antenna

    MOTOYOSHI Mizuki , KAMEDA Suguru , SUEMATSU Noriharu

    … Moreover combined on-chip resonator and antenna to remove the buffer amplifier of the transmitter to reduce the power consumption and size. … is achieved under 50Mbps with power consumption of less than 260µW including the buffer amplifier. … Using the proposed combined on-chip resonator and antenna, which need no buffer amplifier for transmitter and the power consumption is reduced to 180µW.</p> …

    IEICE Transactions on Electronics E102.C(10), 725-731, 2019


  • Spherical nest of the harvest mouse and surrounding vegetation of a riverbed in western Nagoya  [in Japanese]

    Teramoto Tadahiro

    … Furthermore, no work has been conducted in urban areas to investigate the relationship between habitat use characteristics and covering vegetation types. … The results show that the harvest mice were present in three main habitat categories within the 20-meter buffer zones surrounding nests. … (65.1–79.3%) of each buffer zone. …

    Izunuma-Uchinuma Wetland Researches 13(0), 45-56, 2019


  • A Nanopore-based Endotoxin Sensor  [in Japanese]

    ITO Kentaro , INOUE Kumi Y. , ITO-SASAKI Takahiro , MATSUE Tomokazu , SHIKU Hitoshi

    … An Ag/AgCl wire inserted into a glass capillary filled with phosphate buffer saline (PBS) containing endotoxin was biased at 1 V versus another Ag/AgCl wire inserted in a bulk solution containing endotoxin-free PBS. … No pulsed current was observed during 4 min of monitoring when the endotoxin concentrations in the glass capillary were below 100 Endotoxin Unit (EU) L<sup>−1</sup>. …

    BUNSEKI KAGAKU 68(8), 575-580, 2019

    J-STAGE  Ichushi Web 

  • Antifungal activity of polymeric micelles of silver nanoparticles prepared from <i>Psidium guajava</i> aqueous extract

    Suwan Temsiri , Khongkhunthian Sakornrat , Okonogi Siriporn

    … Isotonic solutions of 0.9% NaCl and phosphate buffer solution pH 7.4 can cause some extend of aggregation and increase the particle size of the coated AgNPs but the increased size is in the colloidal range that no precipitation occurs during 90 days at room temperature. …

    Drug Discoveries & Therapeutics 13(2), 62-69, 2019

    J-STAGE  Ichushi Web 

  • Simultaneous Determination of Inorganic Nitrogen Species in Seawater by Ion Chromatography — Utilization of Gas-diffusion/<i>o</i>-Phthalaldehyde Method for Fluorometric Determination of Ammonium Ion —  [in Japanese]

    ODA Jun-Ichiro , HAYASHI Yoshiaki , ASADA Yuuta , TATSUMI Kenta , HIGUCHI Keiro , ITO Kazuaki

    … <p>The simultaneous and selective determination by ion chromatography was examined for inorganic nitrogen species [nitrite (NO<sub>2</sub><sup>−</sup>), nitrate (NO<sub>3</sub><sup>−</sup>), ammonium (NH<sub>4</sub><sup>+</sup>) ions] in seawater. … NO<sub>2</sub><sup>−</sup> … and NO<sub>3</sub><sup>−</sup> …

    BUNSEKI KAGAKU 68(3), 189-193, 2019


  • Reeling and fiber property of Japanese oak silkmoth cocoon treated with proteinase

    Ishikawa Hiroaki , Kajiura Zenta

    … <p>Japanese oak silkmoth (<i>Antheraea yamamai</i>) cocoons were treated by proteinase K solution (dissolved by phosphate buffer) or heated by 0.05% (w/v) NaHSO<sub>3</sub> …

    The Journal of Silk Science and Technology of Japan 27(0), 5-14, 2019


  • Scalar Replacement with Circular Buffers

    Seto Kenshu

    … We also show that the proposed method requires no multiplexers to realize scalar replacement for loops with statically unknown reuse distances, which leads to area-efficient hardware implementation. …

    IPSJ Transactions on System LSI Design Methodology 12(0), 13-21, 2019


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