Poster Presentations

Last modified 25 JULY 2005


Poster Session 1:  (Monday, August 1)

  • 1-01: Michael Breadmore*, Richard A. Mosher, Wolfgang Thormann
    University of Tasmania, School of Chemistry (Australia),
    High resolution computer simulations of stacking weak bases in capillary electrophoresis using a transient pH boundary

  • 1-02: Genki Iizuka*, Eri Ayano, Hideko Kanazawa, Jun Kobayashi, Akihiko Kikuchi, Teruo Okano
    Kyoritsu University of Pharmacy,Department of Physical Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Japan),
    The development of temperature-responsive microchip

  • 1-03: Shinya Kitagawa*, Toyoharu ODA, Hajime OHTANI,
    Nagoya Institute of Technology (Japan),
    Development of dual gradient column and its performance in liquid chromatography

  • 1-04: Arata Aota*, Akihide Hibara, Takehiko Kitamori
    The University of Tokyo (Japan),
    Counter-current extraction of cobalt complex in a glass microchip
  • 1-05: Florian Domingo, Edouard Thienot, Edmond Cambril, Luc Le Gratiet, Charlie Gosse*
    CNRS, Photonics and Nanostructures Laboratory (France),
    Plasma etching of electrophoresis chips in glass
  • 1-06: Ming-Feng Huang*, Shih-Chung Hsieh, Bing-Shi Lin, Huan-Tsung Chang
    National Taiwan University, Department of Chemistry (Taiwan),
    Determination of aristolochic acid in Chinese herb medicine by capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection

  • 1-07: Masato Kamiya*, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Material Chemistry (Japan),
    Preparation of ionic polymer coated capillaries for electrophoretic analysis of proteins

  • 1-08: Fumihiko Kitagawa*, Takashi Tsuneka, Yoshihiro Akimoto, Takafumi Suzuki, Masanori Ishizuka, Jun Mizuno, Shuichi Shoji, Koji Otsuka
    Department of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University (Japan),
    Application of thermal lens microscopy and sweeping for highly sensitive detection in electrophoretic analysis on cycloolefin polymer microchips

  • 1-09: Fu Ken Liu*, Ya Ting Hsu, Chien Hou Wu, Yu Pin Liu
    National Nano Device Laboratory (Taiwan),
    Open Tubular Capillary Electrochromatography using Capillaries Coated with Films of Alkanethiol-Self-Assembled Gold Nanoparticle Layers

  • 1-10: Kenji Sueyoshi*, Hidenori Nagai, Shin-ichi Wakida, Junji Nishii, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Material Chemistry (Japan),
    Stacking using a water plug on microchip with a T-cross channel for highly sensitive electrophoretic analysis

  • 1-11: Miki Fujiwara*, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Material Chemistry (Japan),
    Microscale separation by electrochromatography using an ion exchange resin. 2

  • 1-12: Hong Chen*, Shigeru Terabe
    University of Hyogo (Japan),
    Influence of CE Buffer and Injection Mode on Pre-concentration of Metabolites by Using Dynamic pH Junction in CE
  • 1-13: K. Miyamura*, M. Kitaoka, T. Kitamori
    The Research Association of Micro Chemical Process Technology (Japan),
    Wide Range of Particle Size Measurement Using On-chip Two Channels Coulter Counter
  • 1-14: Masahiko Hashimoto*, Steven A. Soper
    Center for Bio-modular Multi-Scale Systems, Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University (USA),
    Continuous Flow Microchip Device for Rapid Processing of Biological Assays

  • 1-15: Mari Tabuchi*, Yoshinobu Baba,
    University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Nanoparticles for Microscale BioSeparations

  • 1-16: Hiroki Okada*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Nagoya University (Japan),
    High sensitive proteins detection on microchip electrophoresis using double staining method

  • 1-17: Yoshihiro Akimoto*, Takashi Tsuneka, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto Univercity, Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Material Chemistry (Japan),
    High performance analysis using gold nanoparticles in capillary electrophoresis-thermal lens microscopic detection

  • 1-18: Takashi Tsuneka*, Yoshihiro Akimoto, Kenji Uchiyama, Akihiko Hattori, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Department of Material Chemistry (Japan),
    Approaching One Million-fold Sensitivity Enhancement by Sweeping in Capillary Electrophoresis in Combination with Thermal Lens Microscopic Detection Using an Interface Chip

  • 1-19: Amro Hanora*, Fatima M. Plieva, Martin Hedstrom, Igor Yu Galaev, Bo Mattiasson
    Department of Biotechnology, Centre for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lund University (Sweden),
    Capture of Bacterial Endotoxins using a Supermacroporous Monolithic Matrix with Immobilized Polyethyleneimine, Lysozyme or Polymyxin B

  • 1-20: Satomi Onoue*, Sumiko Iwasa, Takashi Kojima, Fumie Katoh, Yoshihisa Matsuda, Kazuhiro Debari, Keitatsu Koh, Takehiko Yajima
    Analytical R&D, Pfizer Global Research and Development (Japan),
    Structural Transition of Glucagon in the Concentrated Solution Observed by Chromatographic, Electrophoretic and Spectroscopic Techniques

  • 1-21: Sahori Takeda*, Zyun Siroma, Kazuaki Yasuda,
    National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan),
    Investigation of the ionic component in the solution of the treated fuel cell membrane by capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry

  • 1-22: Junya Takagi*, Masumi Yamada, Masahiro Yasuda, Minoru Seki
    Osaka Prefecture University, Department of Chemichal Engineering (Japan),
    Asymmetric Pinched Flow Fractionation for Rapid and Precise Bio-particle Separation in Microfludic Devices

  • 1-23: Shigeyuki Oguri*, Michiko Nomura, Youko Fujit
    Aichi-Gakusen University (Japan),
    Pinpoint-Detection of Taurine in Rat Brain with On-line Preconcentration Prior to Throughout In-capillary Derivatization Capillary Electrophoresis



  • Poster Session 2:  (Tuesday, August 2)

  • 2-01: Jean-Marc Busnel*, Stephanie Descroix, Dominique Godfrin, Marie-Claire Hennion, Gabriel Peltre
    ESPCI, LECA (France),
    Transient isotachophoresis of proteins in Carrier Ampholytes Based Capillary Electrophoresis (CABCE)

  • 2-02: Alexander Iles*, Andreas Manz,
    International Centre for Young Scientists of the National Institute for Materials Science (Japan),
    Counterbalance Flow for the Separation of Amino Acids

  • 2-03: Noritada Kaji*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University (Japan),
    Basic Study of Nanometer-Sized Space toward High-Performance Nanopillar Chips

  • 2-04: Po-Ling Chang*, Tai-Chia Chiu, Huan-Tsung Chang
    National Taiwan University, Department of Chemistry (Taiwan),
    Stacking, Derivatization, and Separation by Capillary Electrophoresis of Amino Acids from Cerebrospinal Fluids

  • 2-05: Takayuki Hasegawa*, Keisuke Inoue, Yukihiro Okamoto, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Material Chemistry (Japan),
    Enantioseparation by capillary electrochromatography using a protein immobilized surface

  • 2-06: Koshi Imami*, Maria Rowena N. Monton, Shigeru Terabe
    University of Hyogo, Graduate School of Material Science (Japan),
    Dynamic pH Junction Technique for On-line Sample Preconcentration of Peptides in Capillary Electrophoresis

  • 2-07: Yuko Kaneda*, Tobias Preckel, Marc Valer,
    Yokogawa Analytical Systems Inc. (Japan),
    Monitoring of siRNA modulated Gene silencing using the Agilent 2100 BIoanalyzer

  • 2-08: Shih-Shin Liang*, Honest Makamba, Sheng-Yu Huang, Shu-Hui Chen
    National Cheng Kung University, Department of Chemistry (Taiwan),
    Nano-TiO2 Composites for the Enrichment of Phosphopeptides

  • 2-09: Yukihiro Okamoto*, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Department of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University (Japan),
    Application of functional microspheres to the high selectivity CE separation and the high sensitivity detection of biomolecules. 2

  • 2-10: Mari Tabuchi*, Yoshinobu Baba,
    University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Variety of sample manipulations in the microscale bioseparations

  • 2-11: Akira Yamamoto, Ruediger Salowsky, Yuko Kaneda*, R. Wittig, Carsten Buhlmann
    Yokogawa Analytical Systems, Inc. (Japan),
    Microfluidic devices can be rapid and reliable screening tool to validate gene sets obtained from global screens
  • 2-12: Adelina Smirnova*, Kazuma Mawatari, Akihide Hibara, Takehiko Kitamori
    The University of Tokyo (japan),
    Solvent Extraction Enrichment of Derivatives of Carbamate Pesticides in Micro Multiphase Laminar Flows
  • 2-13: Sonoko Inoue*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Molecular and Pharmaceutical@Biotechnology Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences@The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Application of microchip electrophoresis for analyses of DNA-protein interaction

  • 2-14: Tamao Odake*, Jinxiang Li, Toshihiko Saheki, Kozue Miyata, Takeshi Motegi, Hiroki Hotta, Yasuaki Kojima, Kin-ichi Tsunoda
    Gunma University, Department of Chemistry (Japan),
    High-performance two-dimensional gel electrophoresis using a low-concentration polyacrylamide gel supported by a loose multifilament string

  • 2-15: Yoshihide Tanaka*, Nahoko Naruishi, Shin-ichi Wakida, Kouzou Yoshino, Katsunori Matsuoka, Etsuo Niki
    National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Human Stress Signal Research Center (Japan),
    Determination of exercise stress-induced changes in human salivary components by ce and microchip CE

  • 2-16: Mohamad Reza Mohamadi*, Laili Mahmoudian, Mohamad Jabasini, Yoshinobu Baba
    Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science, The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    MCE of non-denaturated Proteins on a PMMA Microchip; Towards a Disposable System for Protein Modification and Immuno-Shift Assays

  • 2-17: Nina E. Johannesson*, Evan Pearce, Maria Dulay, Richard N. Zare, Jonas Bergquist, Karin E. Markides
    Uppsala University, Department of Analytical Chemistry (Sweden),
    Preconcentration and desalting of peptides in urine using C18 modified sol-gel columns coupled to mass spectrometry

  • 2-18: Akio Bergholdt*, Birthe A. Hansen, Jens Berg, Birgit Gaarde-Nielsen, Marck Wohler
    Novo Nordisk, Protein Analysis (Denmark),
    Rapid chip-based electrophoresis method for analysis of IL-21 protein

  • 2-19: Yu-ki Matsuno*, Mitsuhiro Kinoshita, Kazuaki Kakehi
    Faculty of pharmaceutical sciences, Kinki university (Japan),
    Rapid analysis of glycosaminoglycans on microfluidic separation system

  • 2-20: Nicole Pamme*, Yuji Miyahara
    National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), International Centre for Young Scientists (ICYS) (Japan),
    Simultaneous Bioassays based on Plugs of Magnetic Particles within Microchannels

  • 2-21: Akihiro Sawada*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Molecular and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Analysis of cDNA microarray by direct hybridizing method using the fluorescent dye specific to heteroduplexes

  • 2-22: Y. Murakami, Y. Yamazaki, N. Kawazoe, G. Jung, M. Higasa, H. Nobumasa, T. Kawai, Y. Baba
    Toray Industries, Inc. (Japan),
    Micro Purification Column for Cell Free Protein Synthesis
  • 2-23: Hideya Nagata*, Mari Tabuchi, Ken Hirano, Yoshinobu Baba, Mitsuru Ishikawa
    Health Technology Research Center, National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Japan),
    Protein Separation on Dynamic SDS-coated Plastic Microchips


  • Poster Session 3:  (Wednesday, August 3)

  • 3-01: Yun Suk Huh*, Yeon Ki Hong, Young-Si Jun, Wan Hui Lee, Won Hi Hong, Do Hyun Kim
    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (Republic of Korea ),
    Selective separation of (S)-ibuprofen with ionic liquid membrane in the microfluidic device

  • 3-02: Jong-Bok Kim*, Shigeru Terabe, Jin-Sik Lee
    Medi-Chem Institute, KRD Co., Ltd. (Republic of Korea ),
    On-line Sample Preconcentration of Cationic Analytes by Dynamic pH Junction in Capillary Electrophoresis

  • 3-03: Ken Adachi*, Makoto Nakashige, Naohiro Noda, Satoshi Tsuneda, Takahiro Kanagawa
    Waseda University, Graduate school of Science and Engineering (Japan),
    Development of a New Detection Technique of Specific Gene by Affinity Capillary Electrophoresis

  • 3-04: Kazutaka Shiomi*, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Koji Otsuka
    Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University (Japan),
    Analysis of arsenic compounds by capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry

  • 3-05: Ming-Mu Hsieh*, Huan-Tsung Chang
    Fooyin University, Department of Applied Chemistry (Taiwan),
    Impacts of halides on the simultaneous separation of aromatic amines and acids by capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection under acidic conditions

  • 3-06: Takahide Kameda*, Fumihiko Kitagawa, Akihiro Arai, Koichi Suzuki, Shin Nakamura, Koji Otsuka
    Kyoto University, Department of Material Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering (Japan),
    Development of Microchip Electrophoresis-Mass Spectrometry for High Performance Analysis of Biogenic Compounds. 5

  • 3-07: Mitsuhiro Kinoshita*, Hiroko Ohta, Kanata Higaki, Atsuko Eguchi, Kazuki Nakajima, Kazuaki Kakehi
    Kinki University, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Scienses (Japan),
    Capillary affinity electrophoresis for the study on carbohydrate-protein interactions

  • 3-08: Fu Ken Liu*, Pei Wen Huang, Chien Hou Wu, Tieh Chi Chu
    National Nano Device Laboratory (Taiwan),
    Studying the Size/Shape Separation of Silver Nanoparticles by Capillary Electrophoresis

  • 3-09: Yi-Fen Pai*, Chuen-Ying Liu,
    Min-Hwei College of Health Care Management (Taiwan),
    An Imidazole-coated Capillary Column for Electrophoretic Separation of Substituted Anilines

  • 3-10: Takahiro Kawamata*, Masumi Yamada, Masahiro Yasuda, Minoru Seki
    Osaka Prefecture University, Department of Chemichal Engineering (Japan),
    Continuous particle classification using electroosmotic flow in microfluidic devices

  • 3-11: Xiao Guang Zhou, Chun Ying Zheng*, Jin Ying Sun, Tian Yan You
    Life Science College, Heilongjiang University (China),
    Determination of aristolochic acids by capillary electrophoresis with electrochemical detection
  • 3-12: Masahiro Kuwata*, Yuji Murakami, Keisuke Morishima, Hajime Sudo, Mitsuo Kitaoka, Takehiko Kitamori
    The Research Association of Micro Chemical Process Technology (Japana),
    Sliding Micro Valve Nanoliter Injection Device for Quantitative Analysis
  • 3-13: Mohammad Jabasini*, M.R. Mohamadi, L. Mahmoudian, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University (Japan),
    Critical separation for DNA molecule on Microchip electrophoresis

  • 3-14: Mari Tabuchi*, Yoshinobu Baba,
    University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Micro-separation systems for cell-pretreatment

  • 3-15: Eiki Maeda*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences / Institute for Genome Research, The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    High-speed separation of monosaccharides based on the stability of sugar-borate complexes on microchip electrophoresis

  • 3-16: Yong Zhang*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Microchip electrophoresis for glycoprotein

  • 3-17: Chika Nogami*, Hirokazu Sawada
    Yokogawa Analytical Systems, Inc., Application Center (Japan),
    Analysis of amino acids and organic acids in human serum by Capillary electrophoresis/electrospray ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry

  • 3-18: Amro Hanora*, Florent Bernaudat, Fatima M. Plieva, Maria B. Dainiak, Leif Bulow, Igor Yu Galaev, Bo Mattiasson
    Department of Biotechnology, Centre for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Lund University (Sweden),
    High Throughput screening of peptide library using Immobilised Metal Affinity Chromatography (IMAC)

  • 3-19: Michihiro Ohnishi*,
    Sony Corporation, Material Laboratories, Life Science Laboratory (Japan),
    Development of a microcapillary column for detecting targeted messenger RNA

  • 3-20: Guichen Ping*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Nagoya University (Japan),
    Analysis of lipoproteins by microchip electrophoresis

  • 3-21: Bingmei Zhu*, Yoshinobu Baba
    Department of Molecular and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokushima (Japan),
    Using active mixing hybridization method in microarray experiment

  • 3-22: Florence Thivilliers, Charlie Gosse*, Vincent Cros, Jean-Louis Viovy, Jerome Bibette, Cecile Goubault
    Laboratoire de Photonique et de Nanostructures, LPN-CNRS (France),
    Column for cell separation: self-assembling on a magnetic dots array
  • 3-23: Lingyi Zhang*; Lihua Zhang, Weibing Zhang, Yukui Zhang
    Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (China),
    On-line concentration technqiues for CE based analysis

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