Toshikazu Onaka

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In synthetic biology and systems biology, a bottom-up approach can be used to construct a complex, modular, hierarchical structure of biological networks. To analyze or design such networks, it is critical to understand the relationship between network structure and function, the mechanism through which biological parts or biomolecules are assembled into(More)
Displacement sensors are necessary for bearingless motors and magnetic bearings. A sensor target ring is needed in a rotor shaft, thus, the axial length has to be extended. The shaft extension is considerable when a gap length is large because a wide gap sensor needs a large diameter in a sensor head coil. To solve this problem, search coils have been(More)
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