Satoru Hatakeyama

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We have developed a unique photo-cross-linking approach for immobilizing a variety of small molecules in a functional-group-independent manner. Our approach depends on the reactivity of the carbene species generated from trifluoromethylaryldiazirine upon UV irradiation. It was demonstrated in model experiments that the photogenerated carbenes were able to(More)
A novel method that enables antibody fragments to be immobilized on a sensor substrate with a high binding capability using molecular recognition has been developed. Using genetic engineering, we fabricated bispecific recombinant antibody fragments, which consist of two kinds of antibody fragments: a gold antibody fragment and a target molecule antibody(More)
Modular bispecific antibodies (BsAb's) that interact directly with a gold surface were engineered for immobilization on biosensing devices. The BsAb's consist of the variable fragments of antigold and antilysozyme antibodies connected via one of three linkers derived from naturally occurring proteins. The BsAb's were bound tightly to both the gold surface(More)
A 62-year-old man with abdominal pain and lumbago was admitted to our hospital. Blood examination revealed renal insufficiency, and CT revealed retroperitoneal fibrosis causing bilateral hydrocele and ureteral compression. A colonoscopy was performed to rule out secondary retroperitoneal fibrosis due to malignancies, and this imaging revealed an ascending(More)
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