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Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-11-14

A manufacturing method of a package bag (10) according to the present invention includes: a cured portion forming step of forming a cured portion (15a, 15b) on at least one side of a forming position of a rib (14) by crystallizing at least a portion of a resin constituting a film (11) by heating and cooling the film (11); and a rib forming step of forming a rib (14) by pressing the film (11) using concave and convex molds. According to the present invention, it is possible to maintain an opening state of a spout (12). Further, since additional material is not required, it is possible to suppress increase in the thickness of the package bag (10) and to reduce the bulkiness of the package bags.


A microchip for testing a blood property, comprising first and second channels for allowing a blood sample(s) to flow inside, wherein the first channel has a first reaction section coated with collagen and tissue thromboplastin; and said second channel has a second reaction section, wherein the second section has been coated with collagen and tissue thromboplastin the amount of which is equivalent to or smaller than the amount of tissue thromboplastin on said first channel, or the second section has been coated with collagen but not with tissue thromboplastin.


The present invention is a corrosion protection cathode using an external power supply in which a reinforcing layer formed of a fiber base material is laminated with an adhesive layer on one surface of a conductive layer formed of a graphite sheet, and an electrolyte layer of an electrolyte-containing resin formed in a sheet shape and having adhesive power such that the layer is capable of being adhered to the conductive layer and to a surface layer of an object to be protected from corrosion is adhered by the adhesive power thereof to the other surface of the conductive layer, wherein the conductive layer always has a resistance value of 4 or less between any two points on the surface thereof on a side that comes into contact with the electrolyte layer.


A corrosion protection cathode using an external power supply in which a reinforcing layer formed of a fiber base material is laminated with an adhesive layer on one surface of a conductive layer formed of a graphite sheet, and an electrolyte layer of an electrolyte-containing resin formed in a sheet shape and having adhesive power such that the layer is capable of being adhered to the conductive layer and to a surface layer of an object to be protected from corrosion is adhered by the adhesive power thereof to the other surface of the conductive layer, wherein the conductive layer always has a resistance value of 4 or less between any two points on the surface thereof on a side that comes into contact with the electrolyte layer.


Patent
Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2015-11-02

A method for testing platelet function, wherein platelet function is tested by allowing anticoagulated blood, to which a weak platelet-activating reagent has been mixed, to pass through a capillary having a platelet-adhesive surface on at least a part of its inner surface, and observing or measuring the behavior of the blood in the capillary.


A microchip for testing a blood property, comprising first and second channels for allowing a blood sample(s) to flow inside, wherein the first channel has a first reaction section coated with collagen and tissue thromboplastin; and said second channel has a second reaction section, wherein the second section has been coated with collagen and tissue thromboplastin the amount of which is equivalent to or smaller than the amount of tissue thromboplastin on said first channel, or the second section has been coated with collagen but not with tissue thromboplastin.


Patent
Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2015-02-03

The present invention addresses a problem in which, when examining blood properties in measurements of thrombus formation capacity and platelet function or the like, measurement data is changed as a result of sedimentation of blood in reservoirs during measurement. An erythrocyte membrane ion transport inhibitor, such as disodium 4,4-dinitrostilbene-2,2-disulfonate (DNDS) or 4,4-diisothiocyanatostilbene-2,2-disulfonic acid (DIDS), is used to inhibit erythrocyte sedimentation, and accurate measurement data is obtained.


Patent
Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-12-14

The present invention addresses a problem in which, when examining blood properties in measurements of thrombus formation capacity and platelet function or the like, measurement data is changed as a result of sedimentation of blood in reservoirs during measurement. An erythrocyte membrane ion transport inhibitor, such as disodium 4,4-dinitrostilbene-2,2-disulfonate (DNDS) or 4,4-diisothiocyanatostilbene-2,2-disulfonic acid (DIDS), is used to inhibit erythrocyte sedimentation, and accurate measurement data is obtained.


Patent
Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2016-03-30

The present invention provides a light-shielding sheet that has a function of shielding light of a specific wavelength and that is capable of preventing a light-shielding substance from being transferred into the contents and seeping out of a container and a container produced using the light-shielding sheet. This light-shielding sheet of the present invention has a multilayer structure of three or more layers including at least one light-shielding layer (1) that shields a specific wavelength and/or eluate-blocking layer (2) that blocks substances eluted from the light-shielding layer (1). When producing a container from the light-shielding sheet, an eluate-blocking layer A (2) is provided at least between the light-shielding layer (1) and an innermost layer (3) or on the innermost layer (3), and an eluate-blocking layer B (5) is provided between the light-shielding layer (1) and an outermost layer (4) or on the outermost layer (4). The light-shielding layer (1) may further double as an eluate-blocking layer.


Patent
Fujimori Kogyo Co. | Date: 2015-10-28

A method for comprehensively and quantitatively analyzing platelet aggregability, and stability and persistence of platelet aggregates, which method comprises the steps of: reacting a platelet-activating reagent with blood in a closed container; injecting a liquid which is not mixable with blood into the container using a pump connected to a first end of the container, thereby pushing the mixture of the platelet-activating reagent and the blood out from the container and allowing the mixture to pass through a filter in a filter device connected to a second end of the container; and measuring the pressure exerted on the pump.

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