Keita Kobayashi

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We have developed a noninvasive pneumatics-based system by which to measure heartbeat, respiration, snoring, and body movements of a subject in bed. A thin, air-sealed cushion is placed under the bed mattress of the subject and the small movements attributable to human automatic vital functions are measured as changes in pressure using a pressure sensor(More)
—We numerically study transport phenomena in a superconducting detector. Our approach is to simulate the three-dimensional time-dependent Ginzburg-Landau equation coupled with heat-diffusion and Maxwell equations. The simulation shows dynamical transition to a resistive state when an incident particle has energy higher than superconducting transition(More)
We demonstrated a method to screen for binders to a particular G-quadruplex sequence using easily designed short peptides consisting of naturally occurring amino acids and mining of binding data using statistical methods such as hierarchical clustering analysis (HCA). Despite the small size of the library used in this study, candidates of specific binders(More)
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