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Shogo Sarai of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering received the Encouragement Award at the lecture meeting commemorating the 65th anniversary of the Kinki Branch of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry.

Updated Nov. 7, 2018
At the lecture meeting commemorating the 65th anniversary of the Kinki Branch of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry held on November 2, 2018, the presentation of Shogo Sarai of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering received the Encouragement Award. Sarai succeeded in developing a micro pipet chip that integrates a multi-stage process in a monobasic mutation detection assay aimed at early discovery of cancer.


Title of the Presentation
Development of on-chip LDR-CL detection assay aimed at the detection of DNA monobasic mutation


Award Winner
Shogo Sarai (Second year student of the Master's Programs of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)


Joint Winner
Masahiko Hashimoto (Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
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At the lecture meeting commemorating the 65th anniversary of the Kinki Branch of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry held on November 2, 2018, the presentation of Shogo Sarai of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering received the Encouragement Award. Sarai succeeded in developing a micro pipet chip that integrates a multi-stage process in a monobasic mutation detection assay aimed at early discovery of cancer.


Title of the Presentation
Development of on-chip LDR-CL detection assay aimed at the detection of DNA monobasic mutation


Award Winner
Shogo Sarai (Second year student of the Master's Programs of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering)


Joint Winner
Masahiko Hashimoto (Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Faculty of Science and Engineering)