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Optical Nano Device Group
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Visiting Professor AOYAMA, Shigeru TEL +81-6-6879- 7970
Visiting Associate Professor WAZAWA, Tetsuichi TEL +81-6-6879-7970

TEL +81-6-6879-7970
FAX +81-6-6879-7969
Address Laboratory of Immune Regulation, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University 1-3 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871 Japan 565- 0871


Optical Nano Device Group

Protein chip is considered to be the most promising tool for high-throughput analysis of biomolecular interactions. In our laboratory, the highly sensitive protein chip and its detection system are under development by fusing the three key technologies, nano-fabrication, optical wave control and biological technologies. In order to develop the detection system, our original process of "Protein Imprinting" are being researched for immobilization of probe proteins. And furthermore "SPR (Surface Plasmon Resonance) combined with the optical waveguide" is being developed for improvement on the detection accuracy of the protein chip.



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