Yuji Yonezawa

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In this research, a localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR)-based bioanalysis method for developing multiarray optical nanochip suitable for screening bimolecular interactions is described. LSPR-based label-free monitoring enables to solve the problems of conventional methods that require large sample volumes and time-consuming labeling procedures. We(More)
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is an essential part of research based on genomics or cell analysis. The development of a microfluidic device that would be suitable for high-temperature-based reactions therefore becomes an important contribution towards the integration of micro-total analysis systems (muTAS). However, problems associated with the generation(More)
DNA analysis with the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) has become a routine part of medical diagnostics, environmental inspections, food evaluations, and biological studies. Furthermore, the development of a microscale PCR chip is an essential component of studies aimed at integrating PCR into a micro total analysis system (mu-TAS). However, the occurrence(More)
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  • 1990
Two experiments were carried out to make clear the mechanism of inferences and the representation of semantic categories with the instantiating information. In Experiment 1, verification times of instantiating-context-dependent category membership were measured for 24 graduate and undergraduate students. Verification times in RT (related true instance)(More)
We propose a model of spectral contextual eects to simulate the superior recognition ability of humans and apply it to a front-end processor for word spotting. This model assumes that perceived spectra are in BLOCKINuenced by adjacent spectral peaks and that the magnitude of the in BLOCKINuence can be estimated by the minimum classication error criterion.(More)
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