His research on Chitosan frequently links to adjacent areas such as Chemical engineering. Chemical engineering is closely attributed to Chitosan in his work. His research links Organic chemistry with Chitin. His Organic chemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Polysaccharide. He integrates Polysaccharide with Chitin in his research. Biochemistry and Sulfation are commonly linked in his work. His work in Sulfation is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Biochemistry. As part of his studies on Immunology, Seiichi Tokura often connects relevant areas like Fibrin. His Fibrin study often links to related topics such as Immunology.
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His study on Nanotechnology is often connected to Condensed matter physics as part of broader study in Nanoparticle. His research combines Magnetic nanoparticles and Nanotechnology. His study deals with a combination of Magnetic nanoparticles and Nanoparticle. His research on Chitin frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Chemical engineering. Many of his studies on Chemical engineering involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Chitosan. In his research, Seiichi Tokura undertakes multidisciplinary study on Chitosan and Chitin.
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Immunological activity of chitin and its derivatives
K. Nishimura;S. Nishimura;N. Nishi;I. Saiki.
Effects of chitin and its derivatives on the proliferation and cytokine production of fibroblasts in vitro
Takashi Mori;Masahiro Okumura;Mitsunobu Matsuura;Keisuke Ueno.
Regioselective syntheses of sulfated polysaccharides: specific anti-HIV-1 activity of novel chitin sulfates
Shin-Ichiro Nishimura;Hideaki Kai;Katsuhiko Shinada;Takashi Yoshida.
Carbohydrate Research (1998)
Feasibility of polysaccharide hybrid materials for scaffolds in cartilage tissue engineering: evaluation of chondrocyte adhesion to polyion complex fibers prepared from alginate and chitosan.
Norimasa Iwasaki;Shin-Tarou Yamane;Tokifumi Majima;Yasuhiko Kasahara.
Stimulation of cytokine production in mice using deacetylated chitin.
Keiko Nishimura;Chiaki Ishihara;Shigeki Ukei;Seiichi Tokura.
Studies on Chitin VIII. Some Properties of Water Soluble Chitin Derivatives
Seiichi Tokura;Norio Nishi;Akihiro Tsutsumi;Oyin Somorin.
Polymer Journal (1983)
Molecular Weight Dependent Antimicrobial Activity by Chitosan
Seiichi Tokura;Keisuke Ueno;Satoshi Miyazaki;Norio Nishi.
Macromolecular Symposia (1997)
Adjuvant activity of chitin derivatives in mice and guinea-pigs.
Keiko Nishimura;Shin-ichiro Nishimura;Norio Nishi;Fumio Numata.
Inhibition of the metastasis of murine malignant melanoma by synthetic polymeric peptides containing core sequences of cell-adhesive molecules
Ikuo Saiki;Joji Iida;Jun Murata;Ryu Ogawa.
Cancer Research (1989)
Macrophage activation with multi-porous beads prepared from partially deacetylated chitin
Keiko Nishimura;Shin-Ichiro Nishimura;Hiroshi Seo;Norio Nishi.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1986)
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