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1st Edition

Biochemical Sensors
Mimicking Gustatory and Olfactory Senses

Edited By

Kiyoshi Toko

ISBN 9789814267076
Published September 23, 2013 by Jenny Stanford Publishing
582 Pages 3 Color & 239 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book is the first to comprehensively treat sensors for gustatory and olfactory senses. It will be highly useful to students and researchers in a wide variety of scientific fields and also to those in the fields of foods, perfumes, medicines and robotics as the sensor applications.

Table of Contents

Part One: Taste Sensor
Basic Principles of Taste Sensor
Advanced Taste Sensors Based on Artificial Lipid Membrane
Hidekazu Ikezaki and Yoshikazu Kobayashi
Taste Sensor for Sweetness
Kentaro Toyota, Hong Cui, and Masaaki Habara

Application to Foods
Techniques for Objective Evaluation of Tea Tastes
Nobuyuki Hayashi and Ronggang Chen
Characterization of Tea Taste in Terms of Degree of Fermentation
Masashi Omori and Ronggang Chen
Application of Taste Sensor to Blending of Coffee
Tomohiro Ishiwaki
Shinobu Fujimura and Keisuke Sasaki
Application of Multichannel Taste Sensor (MCTS) for Winemaking
Akira Totsuka
Investigation into the Kokumi Taste of Soup Stock Materials
Mikiharu Doi
Rice Quality Evaluation Using a Taste Sensing System
Uyen Thi Tran and Ken’ichi Ohtsubo

Application to Medicines
Quantitative Evaluation of Bitterness of Medicines
Takahiro Uchida and Miyako Yoshida
Development and Characterization of Medicines for Children
Katharina Woertz, Miriam Pein, and Jörg Breitkreutz
Herbal Medicines
Yukihiro Goda, Naoko Anjiki, and Nobuo Kawahara
Quality Engineering Approach to Bitterness-Masked Formulations and Establishment of Bitterness Masking Evaluation System Using Taste Sensing System
Keijiro Terashita and Osamu Wakabayashi

Part 2: Electronic Noses
Outline of Electronic Nose
Hidehito Nanto
Odor Recorder and Olfactory Display
Takamichi Nakamoto
Odor Sensors Based on Molecular Wire and Nanofibers
Kenshi Hayashi and Chuanjun Liu
Odor Continuous Measurement Using Electronic Nose
Junich Kita
Sensors for Monitoring Harmful Gases and Organic Floating Particles
Kazuhiro Hara

Part 3: Application to Safety and Other Related Topics
Electronic Dog Nose Using Surface Plasmon Resonance Method
Takeshi Onodera
Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance-Based Biosensor for Label-Free Detection of Biomolecular Interactions
Tatsuro Endo
Fire Detection Using Gas Sensors
Takashi Oyabu
Evaluation of Water Quality Using Taste Sensor
Yoshinobu Naito
Portable Taste Sensor
Yusuke Tahara
Molecular Recognition Chemical Sensor: Nano-Assembled Thin Film Based Gas Detection
Seung-Woo Lee
Droplet-Based Biochemical Reaction on Lab-on-a-chip
Mitsuhiro Shikida
Image Sensor for Biological Application
Kazuaki Sawada and Toshiaki Hattori
Electrochemical Microdevices
Masatoshi Yokokawa, Daisuke Itoh, and Hiroaki Suzuki
Evaluating the Psychobiologic Effects of Air Conditioner through Biomarkers
Masaki Yamaguchi and Hajime Nishimiya
Database of Taste and Marketing
Michihiro Koyanagi and Kazuhiro Araya

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