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​Compact system
(Joint research with Associate Professor Yoshiaki Ukita,University of Yamanashi)

In order to achieve our Mission, we are working on the development of a compact benchtop detection system using microfluidic device that can detect ultra-trace proteins more easily and precisely by utilizing the "TN-cyclon™(improved enzymatic cycling method)". 

In general, microfluidic devices require complex control mechanisms and tend to be large and expensive.

Therefore, we are conducting joint research with  the University of Yamanashi to develop compact and low-cost microfluidic devices by utilizing the CLOCK technology* developed by Associate Professor Ukita and his colleagues.

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