Updated on 2023/04/04

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Tokonami Shiho
 
Organization
Graduate School of Engineering Division of Science and Engineering for Materials, Chemistry and Biology Associate Professor
School of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry
Title
Associate Professor
Affiliation
Institute of Engineering

Position

  • Graduate School of Engineering Division of Science and Engineering for Materials, Chemistry and Biology 

    Associate Professor  2022.04 - Now

  • School of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry 

    Associate Professor  2022.04 - Now

Degree

  • 博士(工学) ( Others ) (   Osaka Prefecture University )

Research Interests

  • 電気化学

  • 生体光化学

  • 分析化学

Professional Memberships

  • 電気化学会

  • 日本化学会

  • 日本分析化学会

  • 応用物理学会

  • フローインジェクション分析研究懇談会

Awards

  • OCU先端光科学シンポジウム優秀ポスター賞

    2019.10   OCU先端光科学シンポジウム  

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  • Best Poster Award in ICMAT 2019

    2019.06   SPIE(国際光工学会)  

  • Best Poster Award

    2019.06   ICMAT 2019  

  • 平成31年度 科学技術分野の文部科学大臣表彰 若手科学者賞

    2019.04   文部科学省  

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    Country:Japan

  • 平成31年度 文部科学大臣表彰 若手科学賞

    2019.04   文部科学省  

  • 第6回女性化学者奨励賞

    2018.03   日本化学会 第98春季年会  

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  • 2017堀場雅夫賞

    2017.10   (株)堀場製作所  

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  • Best Paper Award

    2017.04   The 4th Optical Manipulation Conference 2017 (OMC`17)  

  • 2013年度 日本分析化学会奨励賞

    2013.08   日本分析化学会 第61年会実行委員会  

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  • JAIMA Poster Presentation Award 2011

    2011.09   JAIMA Discussion on Analytical Science and Technology (JDAST)  

  • FIA Award for Younger Researchers 2011

    2011.09   The Japanese Association for Flow Injection Analysis (JAFIA)  

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  • Analytical Science Poster Presentation Award

    2005.12   2005 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies  

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Job Career (off-campus)

  • Osaka Prefecture University

    2017.04 - Now

  • Osaka Prefecture University

    2015.05 - Now

Papers

  • Light-Induced Condensation of Biofunctional Molecules around Targeted Living Cells to Accelerate Cytosolic Delivery Reviewed

    I. Nakase*, M. Miyai, K. Noguchia, M. Tamura, Y. Yamamoto, Y. Nishimura, M. Omura, K. Hayashi, S. Futaki, S. Tokonami*, T. Iida*

    Nano Lett.   22   9805 - 9814   2022.12

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  • Quantitative fluorescence spectroscopy of living bacteria by optical condensation with a bubble-mimetic solid-liquid interface Reviewed

    K. Hayashi, M. Tamura, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    AIP Advances   12   125214   2022.12

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  • Quantitative fluorescence spectroscopy of living bacteria by optical condensation with a bubble-mimetic solid-liquid interface

    Hayashi K.

    AIP Advances   12 ( 12 )   2022.12

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  • Attogram-level light-induced antigen-antibody binding confined in microflow Reviewed

    T. Iida, S. Hamatani, Y. Takagi, K. Fujiwara, M. Tamura, S. Tokonami

    Commun. Biol.   5   1053   2022.10

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  • Attogram-level light-induced antigen-antibody binding confined in microflow.

    Takuya Iida, Shota Hamatani, Yumiko Takagi, Kana Fujiwara, Mamoru Tamura, Shiho Tokonami

    Communications biology   5 ( 1 )   1053 - 1053   2022.10

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    The analysis of trace amounts of proteins based on immunoassays and other methods is essential for the early diagnosis of various diseases such as cancer, dementia, and microbial infections. Here, we propose a light-induced acceleration of antigen-antibody reaction of attogram-level proteins at the solid-liquid interface by tuning the laser irradiation area comparable to the microscale confinement geometry for enhancing the collisional probability of target molecules and probe particles with optical force and fluidic pressure. This principle was applied to achieve a 102-fold higher sensitivity and ultrafast specific detection in comparison with conventional protein detection methods (a few hours) by omitting any pretreatment procedures; 47-750 ag of target proteins were detected in 300 nL of sample after 3 minutes of laser irradiation. Our findings can promote the development of proteomics and innovative platforms for high-throughput bio-analyses under the control of a variety of biochemical reactions.

    DOI: 10.1038/s42003-022-03946-0

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  • Damage-free light-induced assembly of intestinal bacteria with a bubble-mimetic substrate

    Kota Hayashi, Yasuyuki Yamamoto, Mamoru Tamura, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    Communications Biology   4 ( 1 )   2021.12

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    Rapid evaluation of functions in densely assembled bacteria is a crucial issue in the efficient study of symbiotic mechanisms. If the interaction between many living microbes can be controlled and accelerated via remote assembly, a cultivation process requiring a few days can be ommitted, thus leading to a reduction in the time needed to analyze the bacterial functions. Here, we show the rapid, damage-free, and extremely dense light-induced assembly of microbes over a submillimeter area with the “bubble-mimetic substrate (BMS)”. In particular, we successfully assembled 104–105 cells of lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillus casei), achieving a survival rate higher than 95% within a few minutes without cultivation process. This type of light-induced assembly on substrates like BMS, with the maintenance of the inherent functions of various biological samples, can pave the way for the development of innovative methods for rapid and highly efficient analysis of functions in a variety of microbes.

    DOI: 10.1038/s42003-021-01807-w

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  • Damage-free light-induced assembly of intestinal bacteria with a bubble-mimetic substrate Reviewed

    K. Hayashi, Y. Yamamoto, M. Tamura, S. Tokonami*, T. Iida*

    Commun. Biol. (Nature Research) 雑誌   4   2021.03

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  • Light-induced assembly of living bacteria with honeycomb substrate Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, S. Kurita, R. Yoshikawa, K. Sakurai, T. Suehiro, Y. Yamamoto, M. Tamura, O.Karthaus, T. Iida

    Science Advances 雑誌   6 ( 9 )   2020.02

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  • Light-induced assembly of living bacteria with honeycomb substrate

    Shiho Tokonami, Shinya Kurita, Ryo Yoshikawa, Kenji Sakurai, Taichi Suehiro, Yasuyuki Yamamoto, Mamoru Tamura, Olaf Karthaus, Takuya Iida

    Science Advances   6 ( 9 )   eaaz5757 - eaaz5757   2020.02

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    Some bacteria are recognized to produce useful substances and electric currents, offering a promising solution to environmental and energy problems. However, applications of high-performance microbial devices require a method to accumulate living bacteria into a higher-density condition in larger substrates. Here, we propose a method for the high-density assembly of bacteria (10<sup>6</sup> to 10<sup>7</sup> cells/cm<sup>2</sup>) with a high survival rate of 80 to 90% using laser-induced convection onto a self-organized honeycomb-like photothermal film. Furthermore, the electricity-producing bacteria can be optically assembled, and the electrical current can be increased by one to two orders of magnitude simply by increasing the number of laser irradiations. This concept can facilitate the development of high-density microbial energy conversion devices and provide new platforms for unconventional environmental technology.

    DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aaz5757

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  • Interparticle-Interaction-Mediated Anomalous Acceleration of Nanoparticles under Light-Field with Coupled Orbital and Spin Angular Momentum

    Mamoru Tamura, Takashige Omatsu, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    Nano Letters   19 ( 8 )   4873 - 4878   2019.08( ISSN:1530-6984

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    Spin-orbit interaction is a crucial issue in the field of nanoscale physics and chemistry. Here, we theoretically demonstrate that the spin angular momentum (SAM) can accelerate and decelerate the orbital motion of nanoparticles (NPs) via light-induced interparticle interactions by a circularly polarized optical vortex. The Laguerre-Gaussian beam as a conventional optical vortex with orbital angular momentum (OAM) induces the orbital and spinning motion of a trapped object depending on the spatial configuration. On the contrary, it is not clear whether circularly polarized light induces the orbital motion for the particles trapped off-axis. The present study reveals that the interparticle light-induced force due to the SAM enhances or weakens the orbital torque and modulates rotational dynamics depending on the number of NPs, where the rotation speed of NPs in the optical field with both positive SAM and OAM can be 4 times faster than that in the optical field with negative SAM and positive OAM. The obtained results will not only clarify the principle for the control of NPs based on OAM-SAM coupling via light-matter interaction but also contribute to the unconventional laser processing technique for nanostructures with various chiral symmetries.

    DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.9b00332

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  • Interparticle-interaction-mediated Anomalous Acceleration of Nanoparticles under Light-field with Coupled Orbital and Spin Angular Momentum Reviewed

    M. Tamura*, T. Omatsu, S. Tokonami, T. Iida*

    Nano Lett. 雑誌   19 ( 8 )   4873 - 4878   2019.07

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  • Electrical Detection of DNA via Nanoparticles under Light-induced Assembly Reviewed

    K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, M. Tamura, Y. Nishimura, S. Tokonami*, T. Iida*

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 雑誌   58   2019.06

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  • Development of Bowl-shaped Plasmonic Substrate for Optical Assembly Based on Template of Self-Assembled Microspheres Reviewed

    K. Yamada, M. Tamura, Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 雑誌   58   2019.05

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  • Surfactant-Controlled Photothermal Assembly of Nanoparticles and Microparticles for Rapid Concentration Measurement of Microbes Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    ACS Applied Bio Materials 雑誌   2 ( 4 )   2019.04

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  • Surfactant-Controlled Photothermal Assembly of Nanoparticles and Microparticles for Rapid Concentration Measurement of Microbes

    Yasuyuki Yamamoto, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    ACS Applied Bio Materials   2 ( 4 )   1561 - 1568   2019.04

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    Light-induced heating on a solid-liquid interface can generate a vapor submillimeter bubble and fluid flow, which enables us to densely and rapidly assemble dispersoids into a desired position (photothermal assembly). Here, we revealed that the surface modulation of the light-induced bubble by a surfactant dominates the assembly dynamics of nanoparticles and microparticles as dispersoids, which results in highly efficient photothermal assembly under the surfactant-controlled fluid flow. This mechanism can facilitate the concentration measurement of small objects (microparticles, bacteria, viruses, etc.). Particularly, we found that the surfactant-controlled fluid flow and bubble enable high-density assembly of dispersoids and remarkable enhancement of assembly efficiency, achieving 10-20 times in comparison with the case of no surfactant. This result can extend the limit of measurable concentration by one order. Furthermore, this study revealed the influence of concentration, size, and constituent material of the dispersoids on the assembly efficiency for the improvement of measurement precision. These findings are crucial for laser-induced assembly for the rapid concentration measurement of various microbes without a cultivation process as bioanalysis, for the high-sensitivity detection of harmful particles, and for the colloidal lithography.

    DOI: 10.1021/acsabm.8b00838

  • Microflow-mediated optical assembly of nanoparticles with femtogram protein via shrinkage of light-induced bubbles

    Mayu Ueda, Yushi Nishimura, Mamoru Tamura, Syoji Ito, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    APL Photonics   4 ( 1 )   2019.01

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    Bottom-up processing of nanobiomaterials enables the creation of a variety of macroscopic structures in natural systems. Here, we use optical means to produce macroscopic-assembled structures of nanoparticles (NPs) from protein molecules by using light-induced bubble (LIB) generation under asymmetric pressure-driven flow in a microchannel. The broadband optical response of assembled NPs facilitates the application of photon pressure and photothermal convection when irradiated by using an infrared laser. The presence of a large amount of protein allows the generation of a vast number of stable LIBs from optically assembled metallic NP-fixed beads (MNFBs). In the case of more diluted albumin solutions, the shrinking of a single LIB can cause the aggregation of MNFBs via fg-level albumin (3.4 fg in the observation region), like a microscale bubblegum. The size of the resulting aggregate can be controlled by changing the concentration of protein. These findings can be used to devise production methods not only for broadband optical nanocomposites but also for label-free methods to detect an extremely small amount of protein.

    DOI: 10.1063/1.5079306

  • Microflow-mediated optical assembly of nanoparticles with femtogram protein via shrinkage of light-induced bubbles Reviewed

    M. Ueda, Y. Nishimura, Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami*, T. Iida*

    APL Photonics 雑誌   4   2019.01

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  • Electrical detection of DNA via nanoparticles under light-induced assembly

    Karuna Ohashi, Yasuyuki Yamamoto, Mamoru Tamura, Yushi Nishimura, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   58 ( SD )   2019( ISSN:0021-4922

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    Rapid, simple, and label-free detection of DNA without fluorescent dyes is desired in the fields of medical diagnosis and food inspection. Electrical measurement using microelectrodes is a promising method for the detection of DNA, whereas it requires multiple pre-treatment processes. In this study, omitting these processes, we demonstrated the possibility of rapid electrical detection of DNA-modified gold nanoparticles and target DNA transported and accumulated between electrodes by photothermal assembly (PTA) under the laser irradiation to a microelectrode. Two types of target DNA molecules with different base sequences were detected within 10 min through the change of electric resistance before and after PTA. The obtained results will be a foundation of a rapid and simple genetic screening method and the detection of various biological nanomaterials based on the electrical measurement mediated by a light-induced assembly.

    DOI: 10.7567/1347-4065/ab1b67

  • Development of bowl-shaped plasmonic substrate for optical assembly based on template of self-assembled microspheres

    Kenshi Yamada, Mamoru Tamura, Yasuyuki Yamamoto, Shiho Tokonami, Takuya Iida

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics   58 ( SD )   2019( ISSN:0021-4922

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    Photothermal assembly (PTA) is a technique to assemble microscale and nanoscale dispersoids in a suspension. When a solid-liquid interface of a light-absorbing substrate and a suspension liquid is irradiated with a laser, dispersoids are carried toward vicinity of the laser irradiation spot by light-induced convection under the local heating. The transported dispersoids can be accumulated between the micro bubble and substrate. Here, in order to generate light-induced convection and bubble efficiently, we developed a bowl-shaped plasmonic substrate (BPS) which exhibits characteristic optical response in a facile and inexpensive manner based on the self-assembling. Remarkably, we have succeeded in PTA with our developed BPS at a considerably low laser power on the order of several milliwatt (6.1 mW). The obtained characteristic optical response of BPS will open the way to a potential application as a compact and portable sensor for harmful particles and biological targets.

    DOI: 10.7567/1347-4065/ab17c8

  • Macroscopically Anisotropic Structures Produced by Light-induced Solvothermal Assembly of Porphyrin Dimers Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, Y. Nishimura, S. Tokonami, N. Fukui, T. Tanaka, A. Osuka, H. Yorimitsu*, T. Iida*

    Scientific Reports 雑誌   8   2018.07

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  • Optical properties of nano-hole array with randomly designed surface Reviewed

    M. Tamura, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    Optical Manipulation Conference 雑誌   2018.04

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  • High-density assembly of micro-dispersoids by laser-induced bubble and fluid flow Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    Optical Manipulation Conference 雑誌   2018.04

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  • Mechanism in External Field-mediated Trapping of Bacteria Sensitive to Nanoscale Surface Chemical Structure Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, E. Shimizu, M. Tamura, T. Iida*

    Scientific Reports 雑誌   7   2017.11

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  • Review: Novel Sensing Strategies for Active Bacterial Detection Driven by External Field Reviewed

    S. Tokonami*, T. Iida*

    Analytica Chimica Acta 雑誌   988   1 - 16   2017.07

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  • Macroscopic assembly by optical control of zmol-level DNA hybridization Reviewed

    T. Iida, Y. Nishimura, M. Tamura, K. Nishida, S. Ito, S. Tokonami

    Optical Manipulation Conference 雑誌   2017.04

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  • Optical Trap-Mediated High-Sensitivity Nanohole Array Biosensors with Random Nanospikes Reviewed

    T. Yoshikawa, M. Tamura*, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    J. Phys. Chem. Lett. (ACS Publications) 雑誌   8   370 - 374   2017.01

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  • Submillimetre Network Formation by Light-induced Hybridization of Zeptomole-level DNA Reviewed

    T. Iida*, Y. Nishimura, M. Tamura, K. Nishida, S. Ito, S. Tokonami

    Scientific Reports 雑誌   6   2016.12

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  • Mini-Review: Bacterial Concentration Analysis by Dynamic Guiding in Flow System Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, T. Iida,*, S. Tokonami

    J. Flow Injection Anal. 雑誌   33 ( 2 )   89 - 93   2016.12

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  • Development of a rapid bacterial counting method based on photothermal assembling Reviewed

    Y. Yamamoto, E. Shimizu, Y. Nishimura, T. Iida*, S. Tokonami

    Optical Materials Express 雑誌   6 ( 4 )   1280 - 1285   2016.03

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  • Electrochemical Evaluation of Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Films Doped with Bacteria Based on Viability Analysis Reviewed

    D. Q. Le, S. Tokonami, T. Nishino H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Bioelectrochem 雑誌   105   50 - 55   2015.10

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  • Catalytic Activities for Glucose Oxidation of Au/Pd Bimetallic Nanoparticles Prepared via Simultaneous NaBH4 Reduction Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Zhang, Y. Cao, L. Lu, Z. Cheng, S. Zhang

    Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 雑誌   15 ( 8 )   5785 - 5793   2015.08

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  • Voltammetric Detection and Profiling of Isoprenoid Quinones Hydrophobically Transferred From Bacterial Cells Reviewed

    D. Q. Le, A. Morishita, S. Tokonami, T. Nishino, H. Shiigi, M. Miyake, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Chem. 雑誌   87 ( 16 )   8416 - 8423   2015.07

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  • Development of an bservation Platform for Bacterial Activity Using Polypyrrole Films Doped with Bacteria Reviewed

    L.Q. Dung, M. Takai, S. Suekuni, S. Tokonami, T. Nishino, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Analytical Chemistry 雑誌   87   4047 - 4052   2015.03

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  • A High Performance Photothermal Film with Spherical Shell-type Metallic Nanocomposites for Solar Thermoelectric Conversion Reviewed

    A.Kosuga*, Y.Yamamoto, M.Miyai, M.Matsuzawa, Y.Nishimura, S.Hidaka, K.Yamamoto, S.Tanaka, Y.Yamamoto, S.Tokonami, T.Iida*

    Nanoscale 雑誌   2015 ( 7 )   7580 - 7584   2015.03

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  • Detection of Biomaterials and Bacteria Using Functionalized Nano-and Micro-Spaces               機能性ナノ・マイクロ空間を利用したバイオ関連物質および細菌検出 Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, T. Iida, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    分析化学 雑誌   2015

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  • 熱分解DNA ナノファイバのフォトルミネセンス特性 Reviewed

    中尾秀信、床波志保、山本陽二郎、椎木弘、武田良彦

    表面科学 雑誌   36 ( 7 )   357 - 362   2015

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  • Fluorescent Carbon Nanowire Made by Pyrolysis of DNA Nanofiber and Plasmon-Asisted Emission Enhancement of Its Fluorescence Reviewed

    H. Nakao, S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, H. Shiigi, Y. Takeda

    Chem. Commun 雑誌   50   6252 - 6255   2014.08

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  • Control of Submillimeter Phase Transition by Collective Photothermal Effect Reviewed

    Y. Nishimura, K. Nishida, Y. Yamamoto, S. Ito, S. Tokonami, T. Iida

    J. Phys. Chem. C 雑誌   118 ( 32 )   18799 - 18804   2014.07

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  • Construction of nanoantennas on the bacterial outer membran Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, M. Fukuda, T. Tono, K. Takada, T. Okada, L. Q. Dung, Y. Hatsuoka, T. Kinoshita, M. Takai, S. Tokonami, H. Nakao, T. Nishino, Y. Yamamoto. T. Nagaoka

    Chem. Commun 雑誌   2014 ( 50 )   6252 - 625   2014.04

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  • Enhanced collective optical response of vast numbers of silver nanoparticles assembled on a microbead Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, K. Nishida, Y. Nishimura S. Hidaka, Y. Yamamoto, H. Nakao, T. Iida

    Research on Chemical Intermediates 雑誌   2014 ( 40 )   2337 - 2346   2014.03

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  • Recognition of gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria with a functionalized conducting polymer film Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, Y. Nakadoi, H.Nakata, S.Takami, T. Kadoma, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Research on Chemical Intermediates 雑誌   2014 ( 40 )   2327 - 2335   2014.03

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  • Theory for optical assembling of anisotropic nanoparticles by tailored light fields under thermal fluctuations Reviewed

    M. Tamura, S. Ito, S. Tokonmai, T. Iida

    Research on Chemical Intermediates 雑誌   2014 ( 40 )   2303 - 2313   2014.03

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  • DNA-mediated Anomalous Optical Coupling of Heterogeneous Metallic Nanostructures Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, K. Nishida, S. Hidaka, Y. Yamamoto, H. Nakao, T. Iida

    J.Phys.Chem.C 雑誌   118 ( 13 )   7235 - 7241   2014.02

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  • Selective Optical Assembly of Highly Uniform Nanoparticles by Doughnut-Shaped Beams Reviewed

    S. Ito, H. Yamauchi, M. Tamura, S. Hidaka, H. Hattori, T. Hamada, K. Nishida, S. Tokonami, T. Itoh, H. Miyasaka, T. Iida

    Scientific Reports (Nature Publishing Group) 雑誌   3   2013.10

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  • Electrical Properties of Two-Dimensional Gold Nanoparticle–Alkanethiol Networks Formed on Plastic Microbeads Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, S. Shirai, T. Fujita, H. Morishita, Y. Yamamoto, T. Nishino, S. Tokonami, H. Nakao, T. Nagaoka

    J. Electrochem. Soc., 雑誌   160 ( 9 )   H630 - H635   2013.09

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  • Multipole Superradiance from Densely Assembled Metallic Nanoparticles Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, S. Hidaka, K. Nishida, Y. Yamamoto, H. Nakao, T. Iida

    J. Phys. Chem. C 雑誌   117 ( 29 )   15247 - 15252   2013.06

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  • Label-Free and Selective Bacteria Detection Using a Film with Transferred Bacterial Configuration Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, Y. Nakadoi, K. Saimatsu, M. Takahashi, M. Ikemizu, T. Kadoma, L.Q. Dung, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Chem. 雑誌   85 ( 10 )   4925 - 4929   2013.04

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  • Placement of Nanospace on Electrode for Biosensing Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, T. Nagaoka

    Ana.l Sci. 雑誌   28   1037 - 1048   2012.11

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  • Direct Observation of One-Dimensional Plasmon Coupling in Metallic Nanofibers Prepared by Evaporation-Induced Self-Assembly with DNA Reviewed

    H. Nakao, S. Tokonami, T. Hamada, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka, F. Iwata, Y. Takeda

    Nanoscale 雑誌   4   6814 - 6822   2012.09

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  • Mass Production of Monodisperse Gold Nanoparticles in Polyaniline Matrix Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, R. Morita, Y. Muranaka, S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, H. Nakao, T. Nagaoka,

    J. Electrochem. Soc. 雑誌   159 ( 7 )   D442 - 446   2012.07

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  • Entrapment of Whole Cell Bacteria into Conducting Polymers Reviewed

    T. Nagaoka, H. Shiig, S. Tokonami, K. Saimatsu

    Journal of Flow Injection Analysis 雑誌   29 ( 1 )   7 - 10   2012.06

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  • Vertical Immobilization of Viable Bacilliform Bacteria into Polyryrrole Films Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, K. Saimatsu, Y. Nakadoi, M. Furuta, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Sci. 雑誌   28 ( 4 )   319 - 321   2012.04

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  • Development of an Electrochemical Cholesterol Sencor System for Food Analysis Reviewed

    T. Nagaoka, S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, H. Matsumoto, Y. Takagi, Y. Takahashi

    Anal. Sci.   28   187 - 191   2012.02

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  • Review: Synthesis and Bioanalytical Applications of Specific-Sharped Metallic Nanostructures Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Chim. Acta 雑誌   716   76 - 91   2012.02

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  • Electrical and Thermal Properties of Conducting Microbead Prepared by Green Electroless Plating Method Using Gold Nanoparticles Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, S. Shirai, I. Ota, N. Shibutani, Y. Yamamoto, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    J. Electrochem. Soc. 雑誌 The Electrochemical Society   158 ( 12 )   D689 - D693   2011.10

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  • Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanoraspberry Consisted of Gold Nanoparticle and Aniline Oligomer Reviewed

    R. Morita, R. Inoue, S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, M. Nakayama, H. Nakao, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    J. Electrochem. Soc. 雑誌   158   K95 - K100   2011.02

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  • Novel Synthesis, Structure, and Oxidation Catalysis of Ag/Au Bimetallic Nanoparticle Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, N. Morita, K. Takasaki, N. Toshima

    J. Phys. Chem. C 雑誌 American Chemical Society   114 ( 23 )   10336 - 10341   2010.06

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  • Activity Enhancement of a Screen-Printed Carbon Electrode by Modification with a Gold Nanoparticle for Glucose Determination Reviewed

    M. Iwamoto, S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Res. Chem. Intermed. 雑誌 Springer   35 ( 41860 )   919 - 930   2009.11

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  • Continuous-flow ATP amplification system on a chip Reviewed

    T. Satoh, Y. Shinoda, S. Tokonami, R. Hirota, K. Noda, A. Kuroda, Y. Murakami

    Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 雑誌 Elsevier   142 ( 1 )   118 - 122   2009.10

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  • Green Electroless Plating Method Using Gold Nanoparticles for Conducting Microbeads: Application to Anisotropic Conductive Films Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, Y. Yamamoto, Y. Mizutani, I. Ota, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    J. Electrochem. Soc. 雑誌 The Electrochemical Society   156 ( 12 )   D558 - D563   2009.10

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  • Fabrication of Si Nanowire Field-Effect Transistor for Highly Sensitive,Label-Free Biosensing Reviewed

    T. Kudo, T. Kasama, T. Ikeda, Y. Hata, S. Tokonami, S. Yokoyama, T. Kikkawa, H. Sunami, M. Suzuki, K. Okuyama, T. Tabei, K. Ohkura, Y. Kayaba, Y. Tanushi, Y. Amemiya, Y. Cho, T. Monzen, Y. Murakami, A. Kuroda, A. Nakajima

    Japanese Journal of Applied Physics 雑誌   3615 - 3617   2009.06

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  • Self-organization of an Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanomushroom by Simple Synthetic Route at Organic/Water Interface Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, R. Morita, Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, H. Nakao, T. Nagaoka

    Chem. Commun. 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemistry   24   3615 - 3617   2009.06

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  • Fabrication of SmCo5 Alloy Magnetic Nanoparticles by Assistance of Copper and Their Magnetic Properties Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, M. Kinjo, M. Inokuchi, N. Toshima

    Chem. Lett. 雑誌 The Chemical Society of Japan   38 ( 7 )   682 - 683   2009.06

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  • Micro- and nanosized molecularly imprinted polymers for high-throughput analytical applications Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Chim. Acta 雑誌 Elsevier   641 ( 41641 )   2009.05

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  • Open Bridge-Structured Gold Nanoparticle Array for Label-Free DNA Detection Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Anal. Chem. 雑誌 American Chemical Society   80 ( 21 )   8071 - 8075   2008.10

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  • Characterization and DNA Sensing Property of Nano-Gapped Array Electrode Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    J. Electrochem. Soc. 雑誌 The Electrochemical Society   155 ( 4 )   J105 - J109   2008.02

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  • Preparation of Nanogapped Gold Nanoparticle Array for DNA Detection Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Electroanalysis 雑誌 Wiley VCH   20 ( 4 )   355 - 360   2008.02

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  • Highly Sensitive and Selective Chemical Sensing Techniques Using Gold Nanoparticle Assemblies and Superstructures Reviewed

    T. Nagaoka, H. Shiigi, S. Tokonami

    Bunseki Kagaku 雑誌 Japan Science and Technology Agency   56 ( 4 )   201 - 212   2007.04

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  • Development of Electrical DNA Detection Method Using Gold Nanoparticle Marker Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, Y. Nishide, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Bunseki Kagaku 雑誌 Japan Science and Technology Agency   55 ( 12 )   919 - 923   2006.12

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  • Development of the Electrical DNA Sensor Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    210th ECS Meeting, Chemical Sensors 7, ECS Transactions 雑誌 The Electrochemical Society   3 ( 10 )   81 - 86   2006.10

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  • Fabrication of High Sensitive Sensor Electrode Using a Nano-gapped Gold Particle Film Reviewed

    S. Tokonami, M. Iwamoto, K. Hashiba, H. Shiigi, T. Nagaoka

    Solid State Ionics 雑誌 Elsevier   177 ( 26-32 )   2317 - 2320   2006.10

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  • Label-Free On-Chip Electronic Detection of DNA-Hybridization on Gold Nanoparticle Film Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, S. Tokonami, H. Yakabe, T. Nagaoka

    J. Am. Chem. Soc 雑誌 American Chemical Society   127 ( 10 )   3280 - 3281   2005.02

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  • Highly Ordered Assemblies of Au Nanoparticles Organized on DNA Reviewed

    H. Nakao, H. Shiigi, Y. Yamamoto, S. Tokonami, T. Nagaoka, S. Sugiyama, T. Ohtani

    Nano Lett. 雑誌 American Chemical Society   3 ( 10 )   1391 - 1394   2003.09

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  • Electrical Property and Water Repellency of a Networked Monolayer Film Prepared from Au Nanoparticles Reviewed

    H. Shiigi, Y. Yamamoto, H. Yakabe, S. Tokonami, T. Nagaoka

    Chem. Commun. 雑誌 Royal Society of Chemistry   9   1038 - 1039   2003.05

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Books and Other Publications

  • 機器分析ハンドブック2 高分子・分離分析編

    床波, 志保, 前田, 耕治, 安川, 智之

    化学同人  2020.10  ( ISBN:9784759820225

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  • 機器分析ハンドブック

    床波 志保, 前田 耕治 , 安川 智之

    化学同人  2020  ( ISBN:9784759820225

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  • 高分子・分離分析編

    床波 志保, 前田 耕治 , 安川 智之

    化学同人  2020  ( ISBN:9784759820225

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Presentations

Industrial Property Rights

  • 微小物体の捕集装置および捕集キットならびに微小物体の捕集方法

    床波志保、飯田琢也、藤岡一志

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:6375578 

  • 被検出物質の検出装置および方法

    飯田琢也, 床波志保

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:6099108 

  • Device and Method for Detexting an Analyte/被検出物質の検出装置および方法

    T. Iida, S. Tokonami

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:US 9,903,861 

  • 微生物検出用センサー、その製造方法、およびポリマー層

    池水麦平, 床波志保, 椎木弘, 長岡勉

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:6077106 

  • 微生物検出用センサーの製造方法

    床波志保, 椎木弘, 長岡勉, 池水麦平, 高橋茉里

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:6014582 

  • 传感器、传感器的制造方法及聚合物层/微生物検出用センサーおよびその製造方法

    床波志保、椎木弘、長岡勉、池水麦平、高橋茉里

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    Patent/Registration no:CN 201280011897.7 

  • Microorganism Detection Sensor and Method of Manufacturing the Same/微生物検出用センサーおよびその製造方法

    床波志保、椎木弘、長岡勉、池水麦平、高橋茉里

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    Patent/Registration no:US 9206461 

  • 金属ナノ粒子集積構造体を利用した被検出物質の検出装置および方法 Device and method for detecting substance of interest utilizing metal-nanoparticles-accumulated structure

    床波志保, 飯田琢也, 山本陽二郎, 椎木弘, 長岡勉

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    Patent/Registration no:US 9797842 

  • 金属ナノ粒子集積構造体を利用した圧力検出装置、温度検出装置、圧力検出方法、および温度検出方法

    飯田琢也, 床波志保, 山本陽二郎, 椎木弘, 長岡勉

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    property_type:Patent 

    Patent/Registration no:5854350 

  • 金属ナノ粒子集積構造体を利用した被検出物質の検出装置および方法

    床波志保, 飯田琢也, 山本陽二郎, 椎木弘, 長岡勉

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    Patent/Registration no:5822239 

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Charge of on-campus class subject

  • Laboratory Exercises for Applied Chemistry II

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Laboratory Exercises for Applied Chemistry V

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Laboratory Exercises for Applied Chemistry IV

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Laboratory Exercises for Applied Chemistry I

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Exercises in Physical Chemistry IA

    2021    

  • Laboratory Exercises for Applied Chemistry III

    2021   Practical Training  

  • Advanced Nanobiochemistry

    2021    

  • Exercises in Chemical Foreign Languages

    2021    

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