His main research concerns Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Dispersity, Membrane and Chemical engineering. He studies Photoresist, a branch of Nanotechnology. His work deals with themes such as Fluidics, Parylene, Composite material and Particle size, which intersect with Microfluidics.
His Dispersity study combines topics in areas such as Nucleation, Liquid bubble, Cell encapsulation, Alginate hydrogel and Biomedical engineering. His Membrane study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ion, Biophysics and Soap bubble. His work is dedicated to discovering how Chemical engineering, Molecule are connected with Microfabrication, Miniaturization and Femtoliter and other disciplines.
Shoji Takeuchi spends much of his time researching Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Biophysics, Lipid bilayer and Biomedical engineering. Shoji Takeuchi interconnects Parylene and Dispersity in the investigation of issues within Nanotechnology. His Microfluidics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fluidics, Vesicle, Optoelectronics, Microchannel and Electrode.
Biophysics is closely attributed to Cell in his study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Bilayer, Chemical engineering, Membrane protein and Analytical chemistry in addition to Lipid bilayer. He studies Biomedical engineering, focusing on Tissue engineering in particular.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Nanotechnology, Microfluidics, Biophysics, Biomedical engineering and Lipid bilayer. His work focuses on many connections between Nanotechnology and other disciplines, such as Biofabrication, that overlap with his field of interest in Regenerative medicine. His Microfluidics study incorporates themes from Microfiber and Coaxial.
His research integrates issues of Vesicle, Cell, Liposome and Pairing in his study of Biophysics. His Biomedical engineering research incorporates themes from Robot, Continuous glucose monitoring and Fluorescence. The Lipid bilayer study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Bilayer and Nanopore, Chemical engineering.
His primary areas of study are Nanotechnology, Lipid bilayer, Microfluidics, Membrane and Biomedical engineering. A large part of his Nanotechnology studies is devoted to Photoresist. His research in Lipid bilayer intersects with topics in Innate immune system, Nanopore, Pathogen and Biological membrane.
His work on Monodisperse droplets as part of general Microfluidics research is often related to Long period, thus linking different fields of science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Biophysics, Liposome and Ion channel. He combines subjects such as Vascular channel, Robot, Nerve net and Neural stem cell with his study of Biomedical engineering.
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Metre-long cell-laden microfibres exhibit tissue morphologies and functions
Hiroaki Onoe;Teru Okitsu;Akane Itou;Midori Kato-Negishi.
Nature Materials (2013)
A trap-and-release integrated microfluidic system for dynamic microarray applications
Wei-Heong Tan;Shoji Takeuchi.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2007)
Monodisperse alginate hydrogel microbeads for cell encapsulation
Wei-Heong Tan;Shoji Takeuchi;Shoji Takeuchi.
Advanced Materials (2007)
Lipid bilayer formation by contacting monolayers in a microfluidic device for membrane protein analysis.
Kei Funakoshi;and Hiroaki Suzuki;Shoji Takeuchi.
Analytical Chemistry (2006)
An Axisymmetric Flow‐Focusing Microfluidic Device
Shoji Takeuchi;Shoji Takeuchi;Piotr Garstecki;Douglas B. Weibel;George M. Whitesides.
Advanced Materials (2005)
Microfabricated arrays of femtoliter chambers allow single molecule enzymology.
Yannick Rondelez;Guillaume Tresset;Kazuhito V Tabata;Hideyuki Arata.
Nature Biotechnology (2005)
Highly coupled ATP synthesis by F1-ATPase single molecules.
Yannick Rondelez;Guillaume Tresset;Guillaume Tresset;Takako Nakashima;Yasuyuki Kato-Yamada.
Parylene flexible neural probes integrated with microfluidic channels
Shoji Takeuchi;D. Ziegler;Y. Yoshida;K. Mabuchi.
Lab on a Chip (2005)
Biofabrication: reappraising the definition of an evolving field
Jürgen Groll;Thomas Boland;Torsten Blunk;Jason A. Burdick.
Molding cell beads for rapid construction of macroscopic 3D tissue architecture.
Yukiko T. Matsunaga;Yuya Morimoto;Shoji Takeuchi.
Advanced Materials (2011)
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