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Kiyoshi Toko Last modified date:2021.09.22

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Reports
1. Chaos in excitable lipid membranes..
2. 茎の重力屈性初期過程における表面電位の時空間パターン.
3. 興奮性人工脂質膜のカオスと味覚情報.
4. 結合振動子系による周期的時間パターンの認識.
5. Temporal-Pattern Recognition and Learning by Coupled Oscillators..
6. Sensory measurment using multichannel taste sensor..
7. Response of Chara Internodal Cell to Taste Substances..
8. Phase-Pattern Learning by Coupled Oscillators..
9. Response of taste sensor to astringent and pungent substances..
10. Taste sensor
Recently developed taste sensor utilizes lipid membranes as a transducer of taste.The sensor can detect the taste in a similar manner to humans.The reproducibility,durability and sensitivity are superior to those of humans..
11. Quantification of Taste of Amino Acids with a Multichannel Taste Sensor..
12. Discrimination of taste of amino acids with a multichannel taste sensor
Taste of amino acids was studied using a multichannel taste sensor with lipid membranes as the transducer of taste substances. The study on taste of amino acids has drawn much attention so far because each of them elicits complicated mixed taste. The response of the sensor to amino acids was compared with results of panel tests, and response potentials from the eight membranes were transformed to terms representing five basic tastes by multiple linear regression. This expression of five basic tastes reproduced human taste sensation very well. The taste was expressed more quantitatively by assuming new channels, which are represented by multiplication of the response potentials of the original channels. This new set of channels implies the existence of processes involving the nervous system which is connected with taste cells. © 1993 The Japan Society of Applied Physics..
13. Taste Sensing of Tomato with a Multichannel Taste Sensor..
14. Study of Lipid Membranes of Multichannel Taste Sensor..
15. Response of multichannel taste sensor to astringent substances and pungent substances..
16. Complex behaviour of a local mean field as an output of coupled-oscillator system..
17. Detection of Interaction of Taste Substances with Lipid LB Membranes Using Surface Plasmon Resonance..
18. Response of a lipid membrane to ethanol
Response mechanism of a membrane made of trioctylmethylammonium chloride (TOMA) to ethanol was studied. The response of the TOMA membrane to ethanol increased linearly with increasing ethanol concentration (0-20%) at constant KCl concentration. The slope of response to ethanol was-1.73 (mV/ethanol%) using the multiple regression analysis (0-20% ethanol, 1-100 mMKCI). The value of this slope calculated using the transfer activity coefficient of chloride ion from water to ethanol showed a good agreement with the experimental value. On the other hand, the results obtained in AgCl and anion exchange membrane disagreed with the theoretical values..
19. Gustatory sensor beyond the tongue.
20. Consideration of an evaluation method for bitterness and suppression of bitterness of branched chain amino acids by taste sensor.
21. A study on development of a sweetness sensor for high potency sweeteners with negative charge and measurement of the commercial drinks.
22. Kiyoshi Toko, Yusuke Tahara, Beer analysis using an electronic tongue, ”Electronic noses and tongues in food scince”,Elsevier Inc., 2016.02.
23. Kiyoshi Toko, Yusuke Tahara, Masaaki Habara, Yoshikazu Kobayashi, Hidekazu Ikezaki, Taste Sensor: Electronic Tongue with Global Selectivity, Essentials of Machine Olfaction and Taste, 2016.01.
24. Kiyoshi Toko, Biochemical Property, Physical and Biological Properties of Agricultural Products, pp.307-325, 2014.02.
25. Kiyoshi Toko, Takeshi Onodera, Yusuke Tahara, Nano-Biosensors for Mimicking Gustatory and Olfactory Senses, Bio-Nanotecnology:A Revolution in Food,Biomedical and Health Sciences, pp.270-291, 2013.01.
26. K. Toko, Development of Kansei Biosensor, 2009.10.
27. K. Masunaga, M. Sato, K. Hayashi, K. Toko, The Detection of Volatile Organic Substances Using Conductive Nanostructural Surface, 2007.01.
28. M. Habara, K. Toko, Taste Sensor, Encyclopedia of Sensors Vol.10,American Scientific Publishers, pp107-119, 2006.10.
29. K. Toko, Measurement of Taste and Smell Using Biomimetic Sensor, Tech. Dig. Int. Conf. MEMS, pp. 201-207, 2004.01.