Saitama, Japan
Saitama, Japan

Saitama University is a Japanese national university located in a suburban area of Sakura-ku, Saitama City capital of Saitama Prefecture in Tokyo Metropolitan Area.The University has five faculties for undergraduate education -Liberal Arts, Education, Economics, Science, and Engineering- and four graduate schools -Cultural Science, Education, Economic Science, and Science and Engineering-, all offering programs leading to doctorates as well as master’s degrees. The total enrollment in the university is more than 8,500 with more than 500 overseas students pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate studies . Wikipedia.

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Technova and Saitama University | Date: 2017-07-26

A contactless power transfer core used for a power transmission coil or a power reception coil of a contactless power transfer apparatus includes: a winding core part (81) wound by an electric wire; and a magnetic pole core part (80) constituting a magnetic pole portion provided at both sides of the winding core part. A height of the uppermost part of a ferrite plate (80) arranged on a face of the magnetic pole core part at a side opposing a counterpart coil is equal to or greater than a height of an outer circumference of the electric wire (50) wound around the winding core part (81), and a height of the ferrite plate of a face at a side not opposing the counterpart coil is lower than the height of the outer circumference of the electric wire (50) wound around the winding core part (81). A magnetic gap length D2 can be reduced while maintaining the mechanical gap length D1, thereby the inter-coil coupling factor is improved, and the power feed efficiency and the maximum feed power are increased.


Patent
Saitama University | Date: 2017-03-29

A magnetic levitation device includes a pair of magnets, a displacement detection means, and a control means. The pair of magnets generate magnetic force for supporting a ferromagnet in a noncontact manner. The displacement detection means detect the displacement of the ferromagnet in a lateral shift direction. The control means suppresses the vibration of the ferromagnet in a lateral shift direction. The control means controls the pair of magnets so that a stronger magnetic force acts on the ferromagnet that is displaced in a direction departing from the center of the vibration than when the ferromagnet is displaced in a direction returning to the center of the vibration.


Patent
Technova and Saitama University | Date: 2017-06-28

A contactless power transfer core used for a power transmission coil or a power reception coil of a contactless power transfer apparatus includes: a winding core part (81) wound by an electric wire; and a magnetic pole core part (80) constituting a magnetic pole portion provided at both sides of the winding core part. A height of the uppermost part of a ferrite plate (80) arranged on a face of the magnetic pole core part at a side opposing a counterpart coil is equal to or greater than a height of an outer circumference of the electric wire (50) wound around the winding core part (81), and a height of the ferrite plate of a face at a side not opposing the counterpart coil is lower than the height of the outer circumference of the electric wire (50) wound around the winding core part (81).


Patent
Handa, Saitama University and Sysmex Corporation | Date: 2017-05-31

Disclosed is an immunity inducer. The immunity inducer comprises virus like particles; the virus like particles comprise a virus-derived outer coat protein and an antigen-bound protein comprising an exogenous antigen; the outer coat protein constitutes an outer coat of the virus like particles, and the antigen-bound protein is comprised in the outer coat; and the virus like particles induce an immune effect of a living body on the antigen.


Patent
Saitama University and Sysmex Corporation | Date: 2016-11-29

Disclosed is an immunity inducer. The immunity inducer comprises virus like particles; the virus like particles comprise a virus-derived outer coat protein and an antigen-bound protein comprising an exogenous antigen; the outer coat protein constitutes an outer coat of the virus like particles, and the antigen-bound protein is comprised in the outer coat; and the virus like particles induce an immune effect of a living body on the antigen.


Patent
Yokohama City University and Saitama University | Date: 2017-02-01

The present invention finds out find out the requirements necessary for preparing a cell condensate in vitro from a large number of cells (several ten thousand to several million cells) and provides a method of forming a cell condensate for self-organization which is capable of realizing complex higher structures (such as liver and kidney) and interactions with other organs. A method of preparing a cell condensate in vitro, comprising culturing a mixture of cells and/or tissues of a desired type in a total cell count of 400,000 or more and 100,000 to 400,000 mesenchymal cells to form a cell condensate of 1 mm or more in size. A cell condensate prepared by the above-described method. A method of preparing a three-dimensional tissue structure, comprising allowing self-organization of a cell condensate prepared by the above-described method to form a three-dimensional tissue structure that has been provided with higher structures. A gel-like support wherein the side on which culture is to be performed has a U- or V-shaped cross-section.


Patent
Saitama University | Date: 2015-02-23

A magnetic levitation device includes a pair of magnets, a displacement detection means, and a control means. The pair of magnets generate magnetic force for supporting a ferromagnet in a noncontact manner. The displacement detection means detect the displacement of the ferromagnet in a lateral shift direction. The control means suppresses the vibration of the ferromagnet in a lateral shift direction. The control means controls the pair of magnets so that a stronger magnetic force acts on the ferromagnet that is displaced in a direction departing from the center of the vibration than when the ferromagnet is displaced in a direction returning to the center of the vibration.


Patent
Yokohama City University and Saitama University | Date: 2015-02-26

The present invention finds out find out the requirements necessary for preparing a cell condensate in vitro from a large number of cells (several ten thousand to several million cells) and provides a method of forming a cell condensate for self-organization which is capable of realizing complex higher structures (such as liver and kidney) and interactions with other organs. A method of preparing a cell condensate in vitro, comprising culturing a mixture of cells and/or tissues of a desired type in a total cell count of 400,000 or more and 100,000 to 400,000 mesenchymal cells to form a cell condensate of 1 mm or more in size. A cell condensate prepared by the above-described method. A method of preparing a three-dimensional tissue structure, comprising allowing self-organization of a cell condensate prepared by the above-described method to form a three-dimensional tissue structure that has been provided with higher structures. A gel-like support wherein the side on which culture is to be performed has a U- or V-shaped cross-section.


Patent
Saitama University and Sysmex Corporation | Date: 2016-12-22

Disclosed is an immunostimulator containing virus-like particles, in which the virus-like particles contain an outer coat protein containing an amino acid sequence selected from the group consisting of SEQ ID No. 1, SEQ ID No. 26, SEQ ID No. 33, SEQ ID No. 35, SEQ ID No. 37, SEQ ID No. 39, SEQ ID No. 41, SEQ ID No. 43 and SEQ ID No. 45; the outer coat protein constitutes an outer coat of the virus-like particles; and the virus-like particles do not substantially contain a genome DNA of SV40.


A method for producing pancreatic endocrine cells, the method includingintroducing one or more genes of a GLIS family or one or more gene products thereof and a Neurogenin3 gene or one or more gene products thereof into somatic cells.

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