Ayako Murakoshi

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A decellularization method using high-hydrostatic pressure (HHP) technology (>600MPa) is described. The HHP disrupts the cells inside the tissue. The cell debris can be eliminated with a simple washing process, producing clean, decellularized tissue. In this study, porcine aortic blood vessel was decellularized by HHP. The mechanical properties and in vivo(More)
We identified CD8(+)  CD122(+) regulatory T cells (CD8(+)  CD122(+) Treg cells) and reported their importance in maintaining immune homeostasis. The absence of CD8(+)  CD122(+) Treg cells has been shown to lead to severe systemic autoimmunity in several mouse models, including inflammatory bowel diseases and experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis. The(More)
In this study, we attempted to chemically cross-link decellularized blood vessel tissue and to perform cross-linking with a polymer in order to control its stability and functionalization. For this purpose, we cross-linked tissue by intrahelical, interhelical, and intermolecular cross-linking between the polymer and the collagen helix, which is a component(More)
In the near future, various wireless services such as a wireless local area network and an intelligent home appliance will be widely used at home or office. To connect among many radio base stations such as a home or office network, a subcarrier multiplexing/wavelength division multiple access (SCM/WDMA) radio-on-fiber (RoF) bus link is excellent in(More)
A 1.4 μm pixel size backside illuminated (BSI) CMOS image sensor has been successfully demonstrated. Fabrication process is based on a partial 65 nm logic technology with 300 mm wafer for the first time. Full color image has been obtained with VGA density test chip. Sufficient quantum efficiency (QE) curves with low crosstalk will be realized by isolation(More)
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