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Osaka, Japan

Osaka Prefecture University , also abbreviated to Fudai , is one of the largest public universities in Japan. The main campus is among big Kofun tombs in Sakai, Osaka. Wikipedia.


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Osaka Prefecture University and euglena Co. | Date: 2013-12-25

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Patent
Osaka Prefecture University and Fujikura Ltd | Date: 2013-05-06

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An image rejection filter comprising a waveguide-type 90-degree hybrid coupler having an input port for receiving an input signal within a millimeter or submillimeter band, first and second output ports for dividing the input signal in two and outputting the divided signals, respectively, wherein the one signal deviates by a 90-degree phase from the other signal, and a branch port for outputting the signal; a pair of band pass filters: a waveguide-type first band pass filter whose one end is connected with the first output port and a waveguide-type second band pass filter whose one end is connected with the second output port; and a pair of radiowave absorptive terminations: a first radiowave absorptive termination connected to the other end of the first band pass filter and a second radiowave absorptive termination connected to the other end of the second band pass filter.


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Mitsubishi Rayon Co. and Osaka Prefecture University | Date: 2014-01-21

An objective of invention is conveniently concentrating a metal in a metal ion-containing solution with high efficiency and to recover the metal from the metal ion-containing solution with high recovery efficiency. A method for concentrating or recovering a metal in a metal ion-containing solution in the present invention is the method comprising the following steps, a reduction and accumulation step to reduce the metal ion into a metal fine particle and also to accumulate the metal fine particle in the microorganism by allowing the microorganism and an electron donor B to act on a metal ion-containing solution W


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Osaka Prefecture University | Date: 2014-05-30

A detection device detects an analyte that may be contained in a specimen. The detection device includes a plurality of gold nanoparticles, an optical trapping light source, an illumination light source, an objective lens, an image pick-up device, and a computation unit. The plurality of gold nanoparticles are each modified with a probe DNA allowing the analyte to specifically adhere thereto. The optical trapping light source emits polarized light for assembling the plurality of gold nanoparticles together. The objective lens focuses and introduces the polarized light into a liquid containing a specimen and the plurality of gold nanoparticles. The image pick-up device receives light from the liquid. The computation unit detects an analyte based on a signal received from the image pick-up device.

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