Shun-ichi Funano

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To simplify the complicated operation steps and to minimize sample and reagent amounts for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA), we developed a square glass capillary immunosensor containing(More)
A combination of an enzyme-labeled antibody release coating and a novel fluorescent enzyme substrate-copolymerized hydrogel in a microchannel for a single-step, no-wash microfluidic immunoassay is(More)
This review describes advancements toward the development of a capillary-assembled microchip (CAs-CHIP) for simultaneous multiple analyte sensing and microchip capillary electrophoresis. Development(More)
Multiple enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) chip is developed by using capillary-assembled microchip (CAs-CHIP) technique, which involves simple embedding of 2-3mm length of square capillaries(More)