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Photoaffinity beads(1 report)

  1. Y. Nishiya et al.
    A new efficient method of generating photoaffinity beads for drug target identification.
    Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 27, 834 (2017).

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Using the antibody-immobilized beads/Immunoprecipitation(10 reports)

  1. S. Kageyama et al.
    Identification of the mutation signature of the cancer genome caused by irradiation
    Radiotherapy and Oncology 155 (2021) 10

  2. Y. Kambe et al.
    Artificial switching of the metabolic processing pathway of an etiologic factor, β2-microglobulin, by a “navigator” molecule
    Journal of Controlled Release 327 (2020) 8–18

  3. S. Tsubota et al.
    PRC2-Mediated Transcriptomic Alterations at the Embryonic Stage Govern Tumorigenesis and Clinical Outcome in MYCN-Driven Neuroblastoma.
    Cancer Res., DOI: 10.1158 (2017)

  4. A. Kimura et al.
    N-Myristoylation of the Rpt2 subunit of the yeast 26S proteasome is implicated in the subcellular compartment?specific protein quality control system.
    Journal of Proteomics, 130, 33 (2016)

  5. S. Masaki et al.
    Identification of the Specific Interactors of the Human Lariat RNA Debranching Enzyme 1 Protein.
    Int. J. Mol. Sci., 16, 3705 (2015).

  6. M. Arita et al.
    Development of an efficient entire-capsid-coding-region amplification method for direct detection of poliovirus from stool extracts.
    J. Clin. Microbiol., 53, 73 (2015).

  7. K. Takahashi et al.
    Functional Analysis of Light-harvesting-like Protein 3 (LIL3) and Its Lightharvesting Chlorophyll-binding Motif in Arabidopsis.
    J. Biol. Chem., 289, 987 (2014).

  8. M. Oda et al.
    DNA Methylation Restricts Lineage-specific Functions of Transcription Factor Gata4 during Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation.
    PLOS Genetics, 9, e1003574 (2013).

  9. Y. Atsumi et al.
    ATM and SIRT6/SNF2H Mediate Transient H2AX Stabilization When DSBs Form by Blocking HUWE1 to Allow Efficient γH2AX Foci Formation.
    Cell Reports, 13, 2728 (2015).

  10. T. Fujii et al.
    A Novel Autoantibody against Plexin D1 in Patients with Neuropathic Pain.
    Ann. Neurol., 84, 200 (2018).

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Phage display(5 reports)

  1. K. Fukunaga et al.
    Directed evolution of orthogonal RNA–RBP pairs through library-vs-library in vitro selection
    Nucleic Acids Research, gkab527 (2021)

  2. S. Uematsu et al.
    Combinatorially Screened Peptide as Targeted Covalent Binder:Alteration of Bait-Conjugated Peptide to Reactive Modifier.
    Bioconjugate Chem., 29, 1866 (2018).

  3. M. Taki et al.
    Selection of Color-Changing and Intensity-Increasing Fluorogenic Probe as Protein-Specific Indicator Obtained via the 10BASEd-T.
    Anal. Chem., 88, 1096 (2016).

  4. K. Fukunaga et al.
    Construction of a crown ether-like supramolecular library by conjugation of genetically-encoded peptide linkers displayed on bacteriophage T7.
    Chem. Commun., 50, 3921 (2014).

  5. Y. Tokunaga et al.
    Pharmacophore Generation from a Drug-like Core Molecule Surrounded by a Library Peptide via the 10BASEd-T on Bacteriophage T7.
    Molecules, 19, 2481 (2014).

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Biomarker(1 report)

  1. M. Takeshita et al.
    Alteration of matrix metalloproteinase-3 O-glycan structure as a biomarker for disease activity of rheumatoid arthritis.
    Arthritis Research & Therapy, 18, 112 (2016).

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Magnetic marker(2report)

  1. K. Akiyoshi et al.
    Wash-free detection of biological target using cluster formation of magnetic markers
    Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 500 (2020) 166356

  2. K. Enpuku et al.
    Wash-free detection of C-reactive protein based on third-harmonic signal measurement of magnetic markers.
    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 57, 112, 090309 (2018).

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Immunostaining(3 report)

  1. M. Sekino et al.
    Development of an automatic magnetic immunostaining system for rapid intraoperative diagnosis of cancer metastasis
    AIP Advances 10, 015106 (2020)

  2. T. Onishi et al.
    Magnetically Promoted Rapid Immunofluorescence Staining for Frozen Tissue Sections
    J. Histochem. Cytochem., Epub 2019 Apr 8

  3. H. Shirasawa et al.
    Novel method for immunofluorescence staining of mammalian eggs using noncontact alternating-current electric-field mixing of microdroplets.
    Scientific Reports, 5:15371 (2015).

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Fluorescent beads (5 reports)

  1. J. Sharma et al.
    Smartphone based platform for real-time sharing of medical diagnostics information by optical detection of functionalized fluorescent magnetic nanoparticles
    Biomed. Phys. Eng. Express, 5, 035014(2019)

  2. J. Sharma et al.
    Fast and sensitive medical diagnostic protocol based on integrating circular current lines for magnetic washing and optical detection of fluorescent magnetic nanobeads.
    Sensing and Bio-Sensing Researc, 9, 7 (2016).

  3. K. Terada et al.
    Rapid and sensitive detection of alpha-fetoprotein by a magnetically promoted shake-free immunoassay employing fluorescent magnetic nanobeads.
    Int. J, Anal. Bio-Sci, 2:3 (2014).

  4. S. Sakamoto et al.
    Magnetically Promoted Rapid Immunoreactions Using Functionalized Fluorescent Magnetic Beads:A Proof of Principle.
    Clinical Chemistry, 60:4 (2014).

  5. M. Hatakeyama et al.
    Characterization of magnetic carrier encapsulating europium and ferrite nanoparticles for biomolecular recognition and imaging.
    J. Magn. Mag. Mater., 321, 1625 (2009).

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Development of a fluorescent probe(1 report)

  1. Y. Suzuki, A. Kuno, Y. Chiba.
    Development of fluorescent probes for “On-Off” switching baseddetection of lectin?saccharide interactions.
    Sens. Actuators B., 220, 389 (2015).

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Chemiluminescence imaging(1 report)

  1. Y. Inoue et al.
    Quenched Electrochemiluminescence Imaging using Electro-Generated Substrate for Sensitive Detection of Catalase as Potential Enzyme Reporter System.
    Electrochimica Acta., 240, 447 (2017)

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Viral isolation(1 report)

  1. M.Arita.
    Development of poliovirus extraction method from the stool extracts by using magnetic nanoparticles sensitized with soluble poliovirus receptor.
    J. Clin. Microbiol. DOI:10.1128 (2013).

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Beads manufacturing(1 report)

  1. M. Abe et al.
    Preparation and medical application of magnetic beads conjugated with bioactive molecules.
    J. Magn. Mag. Mater., 321, 645 (2009).

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Size control of the magnetic particles(1 report)

  1. K. Nishio et al.
    Preparation of size-controlled (30-100 nm) magnetite nanoparticles for biomedical applications.
    J. Magn. Mag. Mater., 310, 2408 (2007).

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Synthesis of latex beads(1 report)

  1. H. Kawaguchi et al.
    Preparation of amphoteric latex by modification of styrene-acrylamide copolymer latex.
    J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 26, 2015 (1981).

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Introduction of the screening system(1 report)

  1. N. Hanyu et al.
    High-throughput bioscreeningsystem utilizing high-performance affinity magnetic carriers exhibiting minimal non-specific protein binding.
    J. Magn. Mag. Mater., 321, 1364 (2009).

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Preparation of protein solution(1 report)

  1. J. Dignam et al.
    Accurate transcription initiation by RNA polymerase II in a soluble extract from isolated mammalian nuclei.
    Nucleic Acids Res., 11, 1475 (1983).

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Chemical Biology General Remarks(4 reports)

  1. V. Gupta et al.
    Affinity Chromatographic Materials.
    Encyclopedia of Polymeric Nanomaterials, DOI:10.1007 (2014)

  2. M. Ueda.
    Chemical Biology of Natural Products on the Basis of Identification of Target Proteins.
    Chem. Lett., 41, 658 (2012).

  3. S. Sakamoto et al.
    Tools and methodologies capable of isolating and identifying a target molecule for a bioactive compound.
    Bioorg. Med. Chem., 20, 1990 (2012).

  4. S. Sakamoto et al.
    Development and Application of High-Performance Affinity Beads: Toward Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery.
    Chem. Rec., 9, 66 (2009).

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Limited proteolysis(14 reports)

  1. M. Ohuchi et al.
    Use of an alternative signature peptide during development of a LC-MS/MS assay of plasma nivolumab levels applicable for multiple species
    Journal of Chromatography B 1162 (2021) 122489

  2. L. Kong et al.
    A novel LC-MS/MS approach to the pharmacokinetic study of free and bound aflibercept simultaneously
    Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 412 (2020) 1003

  3. K. Todoroki et al.
    Bioanalytical methods for therapeutic monoclonal antibodies and antibody–drug conjugates: A review of recent advances and future perspectives
    Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 179 (2020) 112991

  4. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Regulated LC-MS/MS bioanalysis technology for therapeutic antibodies and Fc-fusion proteins using structure-indicated approach
    Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics 34, 19 (2019)

  5. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Comparison of Bevacizumab Quantification Results in Plasma of Non-small Cell Lung Cancer Patients Using Bioanalytical Techniques Between LC-MS/MS, ELISA, and Microfluidic-based Immunoassay
    The AAPS Journal November 2019, 21:101

  6. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Acceleration of nano-surface and molecular-orientation limited(nSMOL) proteolysis with acidified reduction pretreatment forquantification of Tocilizumab
    Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 164 (2019) 467–474

  7. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Multiplexed monitoring of therapeutic antibodies for inflammatory diseases using Fab-selective proteolysis nSMOL coupled with LC-MS.
    J. Immunol. Methods, 472, 44(2019)

  8. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Recent advances in mass spectrometry-based approaches for proteomics and biologics: Great contribution for developing therapeutic antibodies
    Pharmacology and Therapeutics 185, 147 (2018)

  9. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Antibody drug quantitation in coexistence with anti-drug antibodies on nSMOL bioanalysis
    Analytical Biochemistry 540–541 (2018) 30–37

  10. N. Iwamoto et al.
    LC–MS bioanalysis of Trastuzumab and released emtansine usingnano-surface and molecular-orientation limited (nSMOL) proteolysisand liquid–liquid partition in plasma of Trastuzumabemtansine-treated breast cancer patients
    Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 145 (2017) 33–39

  11. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Validated LC–MS/MS analysis of immune checkpoint inhibitorNivolumab in human plasma using a Fab peptide-selectivequantitation method: nano-surface and molecular-orientation limited(nSMOL) proteolysis
    Journal of Chromatography B, 1023-1024 (2016) 9–16

  12. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Application of nano-surface and molecular-orientation limited proteolysis to LC?MS bioanalysis of cetuximab.
    Bioanalysis, 8, 1009 (2016).

  13. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Fully validated LCMS bioanalysis of Bevacizumab in human plasma using nano-surface and molecular-orientation limited (nSMOL) proteolysis.
    Drug Metab. Pharmacokinet., 31, 46 (2016).

  14. N. Iwamoto et al.
    Selective detection of complementaritydetermining regions of monoclonal antibody by limiting protease access to the substrate: nanosurface and molecular-orientation limited proteolysis.
    Analyst, 139, 576 (2014).

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FD-LC-MS/MS(1 report)

  1. K. Nakata et al.
    A proteomics method using immunoaffinity fluorogenic derivatization-liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry (FD‐LC‐MS/MS) to identify a set of interacting proteins.
    Biomedical Chromatography, DOI: 10.1002/bmc.4063 (2017).

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Exosome (5 report)

  1. Zhang X et al.
    BATF2 prevents glioblastoma multiforme progression by inhibiting recruitment of myeloid-derived suppressor cells
    Oncogene 1516 (2021) 40

  2. SR Kristensen et al.
    Blu-ray beyond music and movies—novel approach to diagnostics measuring specific extracellular vesicles
    Journal of Laboratory and Precision Medicine 84 (2018) 3

  3. Y. Kabe et al.
    Development of a Highly Sensitive Device for Counting the Number of Disease-Specific Exosomes in Human Sera.
    Clinical Chemistry, DOI: 10.1373/clinchem.2018.291963 (2018).

  4. T. Yokose et al.
    O-Glycan-Altered Extracellular Vesicles: A Specific Serum Marker Elevated in Pancreatic Cancer
    Cancers 2020, 12, 2469

  5. Y. Kabe et al.
    Application of high-performance magnetic nanobeads to biological sensing devices.
    Anal. Bioanal. Chem., doi: 10.1007/s00216-018-1548-y (2019).

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Avidin-biotin(3 report)

  1. S. Tomida et al.
    The SH3 domain in the fucosyltransferase FUT8 controls FUT8 activity and localization and is essential for core fucosylation
    J. Biol. Chem. (2020) 295(23) 7992

  2. Y. Yamaguchi et al.
    Age-related dysfunction of p53-regulated phagocytic activity in macrophages
    Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 529 (2020) 462

  3. Y. Zhang et al.
    Chemical Synthesis of Atomically Tailored SUMO E2 Conjugating Enzymes for the Formation of Covalently Linked SUMO–E2–E3 Ligase Ternary Complexes.
    J. Am. Chem. Soc., 141, 37, 14742(2019)

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