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1 US2019231234A1
APPARATUS FOR MEASURING IN-VIVO COMPONENTS AND METHOD FOR MEASURING IN-VIVO COMPONENTS
Publication/Patent Number: US2019231234A1 Publication Date: 2019-08-01 Application Number: 16/261,273 Filing Date: 2019-01-29 Inventor: Morishita, Yu   Hori, Nobuyasu   Tokunaga, Kazutoshi   Uchiyama, Kenichi   Kojima, Junko   Assignee: SYSMEX CORPORATION   IPC: A61B10/00 Abstract: The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus includes a setting unit in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector that collects interstitial fluid, a glucose sensor for acquiring a signal reflecting the amount of the measurement target component contained in the interstitial fluid when in a state of contact with the interstitial fluid collector, and a moving unit that brings the glucose sensor into contact with the interstitial fluid collector installed in the setting unit by changing the relative position between the setting unit and the glucose sensor to a predetermined positional relationship. The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus includes a setting unit in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector that collects interstitial fluid, a glucose ...More ...Less
2 EP3533520A3
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MEASURING COMPONENTS CONTAINED IN AN INTERSTITIAL FLUID SAMPLE
Publication/Patent Number: EP3533520A3 Publication Date: 2019-09-18 Application Number: 19152756.3 Filing Date: 2019-01-21 Inventor: Kojima, Junko   Uchiyama, Kenichi   Tokunaga, Kazutoshi   Hori, Nobuyasu   Morishita, Yu   Assignee: SYSMEX CORPORATION   IPC: B01L3/00 Abstract: The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus 1 includes a setting unit 20 in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector 110 that collects interstitial fluid, a glucose sensor 21 for acquiring a signal reflecting the amount of the measurement target component contained in the interstitial fluid when in a state of contact with the interstitial fluid collector 110, and a moving unit 60 that brings the glucose sensor 21 into contact with the interstitial fluid collector 110 installed in the setting unit 20 by changing the relative position between the setting unit 20 and the glucose sensor 21 to a predetermined positional relationship. The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus 1 includes a setting unit 20 in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector 110 that collects interstitial fluid, a ...More ...Less
3 EP3533520A2
APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MEASURING COMPONENTS CONTAINED IN AN INTERSTITIAL FLUID SAMPLE
Publication/Patent Number: EP3533520A2 Publication Date: 2019-09-04 Application Number: 19152756.3 Filing Date: 2019-01-21 Inventor: Kojima, Junko   Uchiyama, Kenichi   Tokunaga, Kazutoshi   Hori, Nobuyasu   Morishita, Yu   Assignee: SYSMEX CORPORATION   IPC: B01L3/00 Abstract: The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus 1 includes a setting unit 20 in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector 110 that collects interstitial fluid, a glucose sensor 21 for acquiring a signal reflecting the amount of the measurement target component contained in the interstitial fluid when in a state of contact with the interstitial fluid collector 110, and a moving unit 60 that brings the glucose sensor 21 into contact with the interstitial fluid collector 110 installed in the setting unit 20 by changing the relative position between the setting unit 20 and the glucose sensor 21 to a predetermined positional relationship. The in-vivo component measuring apparatus 1 for measuring components contained in interstitial fluid collected from a subject is provided. The apparatus 1 includes a setting unit 20 in which is installed an interstitial fluid collector 110 that collects interstitial fluid, a ...More ...Less
4 JP2018017593A
ELECTRODE, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE ELECTRODE, ENZYME SENSOR, GLUCOSE SENSOR, AND MEASURING DEVICE FOR MEASURING COMPONENTS IN LIVING BODY
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018017593A Publication Date: 2018-02-01 Application Number: 2016147709 Filing Date: 2016-07-27 Inventor: Kojima, Junko   Hori, Nobuyasu   Morishita, Yu   Assignee: SYSMEX CORP   IPC: G01N33/66 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide new means which can suppress influence of interference substances and can detect hydrogen peroxide more sensitively.SOLUTION: A hydrogen peroxide electrode 100 is used as a working electrode 30 of an enzyme sensor 20, and includes an intermediate layer 101 containing particles and holding substances for holding the particles on a base plate 21 and an electrode layer 107 on the intermediate layer 101. The hydrogen peroxide electrode 100 thus allow a sensitive detection of hydrogen peroxide when an application voltage less influenced by interference of interference substance in a living body is used.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 1 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide new means which can suppress influence of interference substances and can detect hydrogen peroxide more sensitively.SOLUTION: A hydrogen peroxide electrode 100 is used as a working electrode 30 of an enzyme sensor 20, and includes an intermediate ...More ...Less
5 EP3276340A1
ELECTRODE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF, ENZYME SENSOR, GLUCOSE SENSOR AND IN-VIVO COMPONENT MEASURING DEVICE
Publication/Patent Number: EP3276340A1 Publication Date: 2018-01-31 Application Number: 17183246.2 Filing Date: 2017-07-26 Inventor: Hori, Nobuyasu   Morishita, Yu   Kojima, Junko   Assignee: SYSMEX CORPORATION   IPC: G01N27/327 Abstract: In a hydrogen peroxide electrode 100 used as a working electrode 30 of an enzyme sensor 20, an intermediate layer 101 containing particles and a retentive substance for holding the particles are provided on a substrate 21, and an electrode layer 107 is provided on the intermediate layer 101. In this way, according to the hydrogen peroxide electrode 100, hydrogen peroxide can be detected with high sensitivity even when an applied voltage that is not susceptible to interference by interference substances present in the living body is used. In a hydrogen peroxide electrode 100 used as a working electrode 30 of an enzyme sensor 20, an intermediate layer 101 containing particles and a retentive substance for holding the particles are provided on a substrate 21, and an electrode layer 107 is provided on the ...More ...Less
6 JP5137165B2
SEPARATOR FOR ALKALINE SECONDARY BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP5137165B2 Publication Date: 2013-02-06 Application Number: 2001238272 Filing Date: 2001-08-06 Inventor: Abe, Masao   Ikoma, Munehisa   Urairi, Masakatsu   Otani, Akira   Uda, Satoshi   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   NITTO DENKO CORP   IPC: H01M2/16 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a separator for an alkaline secondary battery having excellent alkaliproof capability
7 JP5244860B2
SECONDARY BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP5244860B2 Publication Date: 2013-07-24 Application Number: 2010130455 Filing Date: 2010-06-07 Inventor: Inoue, Hiroshi   Ikoma, Munehisa   Hamada, Shinji   Taniguchi, Akihiro   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Fujioka, Tokuyuki   Assignee: TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   PANASONIC CORP   IPC: H01M2/02 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an assembly type secondary battery
8 JP5062929B2
ALKALINE BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP5062929B2 Publication Date: 2012-10-31 Application Number: 2001168407 Filing Date: 2001-06-04 Inventor: Sato, Naoto   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: H01M10/26 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an alkaline battery that has excellent self-discharge characteristics. SOLUTION: The alkaline battery comprises a positive electrode 22
9 JP4874646B2
CONTROLLER FOR BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP4874646B2 Publication Date: 2012-02-15 Application Number: 2005370770 Filing Date: 2005-12-22 Inventor: Ueda, Toshifumi   Iida, Takuma   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: PANASONIC EV ENERGY CO LTD   IPC: B60L11/18 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a controller for a battery
10 EP1137080B1
Rectangular battery with wound electrode assembly
Publication/Patent Number: EP1137080B1 Publication Date: 2012-05-09 Application Number: 01107237.8 Filing Date: 2001-03-23 Inventor: Morishita, Nobuyasu   Yuasa, Shinichi   Taniguchi, Akihiro   Ikoma, Munehisa   Assignee: Panasonic Corporation   Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha   IPC: H01M10/28 Abstract: A square shaped battery includes: an electrode plate group including a belt-like positive electrode plate, a belt-like negative electrode plate, and a belt-like separator, the belt-like positive electrode plate, the belt-like negative electrode plate, and the belt-like separator being laminated and rolled up to form the electrode plate group; and a pair of power collectors disposed on sides of the electrode plate group for collecting electric power from the electrode plate group. A square shaped battery includes: an electrode plate group including a belt-like positive electrode plate, a belt-like negative electrode plate, and a belt-like separator, the belt-like positive electrode plate, the belt-like negative electrode plate, and the belt-like separator ...More ...Less
11 JP4880113B2
SEPARATOR FOR BATTERY AND ELECTRODE GROUP USING THIS SEPARATOR
Publication/Patent Number: JP4880113B2 Publication Date: 2012-02-22 Application Number: 2000354557 Filing Date: 2000-11-21 Inventor: Ikoma, Munehisa   Yamamura, Takashi   Otani, Akira   Sekimori, Toshiyuki   Uda, Satoshi   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Iwase, Masayoshi   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   NITTO DENKO CORP   IPC: H01M2/16 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a manufacturing method of an electrode group excellent in manufacturing efficiency. SOLUTION: A superhigh molecular weight polyethylene porous sheet is bet in the lengthwise direction
12 JP4836351B2
ELECTRODE PLATE FOR ALKALINE STORAGE BATTERY AND ALKALINE BATTERY USING SAME
Publication/Patent Number: JP4836351B2 Publication Date: 2011-12-14 Application Number: 2001148275 Filing Date: 2001-05-17 Inventor: Sato, Naoto   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: H01M4/66 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electrode plate which can restrain rise of inner resistance of an alkaline storage battery and yet of high strength which can also restrain increase of inner resistance due to peel off or the like of active material
13 JP4773848B2
CHARGING/DISCHARGING CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SECONDARY BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP4773848B2 Publication Date: 2011-09-14 Application Number: 2006057180 Filing Date: 2006-03-03 Inventor: Iida, Takuma   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Togashi, Kouta   Assignee: PANASONIC EV ENERGY CO LTD   IPC: B60L11/14 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent excessive suppression of charging/discharging of a secondary battery
14 EP1207576B1
Cobalt compound for use in alkaline storage battery, method for manufacturing the same, and positive electrode plate of alkaline storage battery employing the same
Publication/Patent Number: EP1207576B1 Publication Date: 2011-07-20 Application Number: 01127021.2 Filing Date: 2001-11-14 Inventor: Hayashi, Kiyoshi   Yamada, Toshihiro   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Ito, Kojiro   Assignee: Panasonic Corporation   Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha   IPC: H01M4/52 Abstract: To provide an alkaline storage battery, a cobalt compound obtained by mixing a cobalt hydroxide powder and a sodium hydroxide powder and applying a heat treatment to the same in an atmosphere containing oxygen, a cobalt compound obtained by adding a sodium hydroxide aqueous solution and an aqueous solution containing an oxidizing agent to a cobalt hydroxide powder, or a cobalt compound obtained by baking a cobalt hydroxide powder in an atmosphere containing oxygen is used. This oxidizing agent may comprise at least one selected from hydrogen peroxide, bromine, chlorine, sodium, hypochlorite and persulfate. This provides cobalt compounds suitable for producing long-life and highly reliable alkaline storage batteries, methods for manufacturing the same, and positive electrode plates of alkaline storage batteries employing the same. To provide an alkaline storage battery, a cobalt compound obtained by mixing a cobalt hydroxide powder and a sodium hydroxide powder and applying a heat treatment to the same in an atmosphere containing oxygen, a cobalt compound obtained by adding a sodium hydroxide aqueous ...More ...Less
15 EP1777766B8
Alkaline storage battery and process for producing the same
Publication/Patent Number: EP1777766B8 Publication Date: 2011-02-02 Application Number: 06021307.1 Filing Date: 2002-05-17 Inventor: Sato, Naotomatsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd.   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: Panasonic Corporation   Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha   IPC: H01M4/74 Abstract: An electrode plate for an alkaline storage battery of the present invention includes a conductive oore material as a current collector, in which a plurality of through-holes are linearly provided in the core material so as to be parallel to a longitudinal direction of the core material, each through-hole having an aperture area of 10 mm2 or less and at least two pairs of opposite sides parallel to each other. An electrode plate for an alkaline storage battery of the present invention includes a conductive oore material as a current collector, in which a plurality of through-holes are linearly provided in the core material so as to be parallel to a longitudinal direction of the core ...More ...Less
16 JP4644336B2
MANUFACTURING METHOD OF POSITIVE ELECTRODE FOR ALKALINE BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP4644336B2 Publication Date: 2011-03-02 Application Number: 2000137295 Filing Date: 2000-05-10 Inventor: Ikoma, Munehisa   Kusama, Kazuyuki   Uda, Satoshi   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: H01M4/26 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a manufacturing method of a positive electrode for an alkaline battery
17 JP4757369B2
SQUARE ALKALINE STORAGE BATTERY
Publication/Patent Number: JP4757369B2 Publication Date: 2011-08-24 Application Number: 2000134542 Filing Date: 2000-05-08 Inventor: Ikoma, Munehisa   Yuasa, Shinichi   Taniguchi, Akihiro   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: H01M2/02 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a square alkaline storage battery that can optimize the balance between heat generation volume
18 JP4608128B2
COBALT COMPOUND
Publication/Patent Number: JP4608128B2 Publication Date: 2011-01-05 Application Number: 2001129947 Filing Date: 2001-04-26 Inventor: Yamada, Toshihiro   Ito, Kojiro   Hayashi, Sei   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: C01G51/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cobalt compound capable of manufacturing alkaline storage battery of a long life and high reliability
19 JP4743997B2
HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOY ELECTRODE
Publication/Patent Number: JP4743997B2 Publication Date: 2011-08-10 Application Number: 2001147596 Filing Date: 2001-05-17 Inventor: Yuasa, Shinichi   Ito, Shinichiro   Ito, Kojiro   Seri, Hajime   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC IND CO LTD   TOYOTA MOTOR CORP   IPC: C01B3/00 Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a hydrogen storage alloy electrode of high degree of activity at an initial stage of a charge/discharge cycle. SOLUTION: Provided that half of median size of particles is R1
20 EP1263064B1
Hydrogen absorption alloy electrode
Publication/Patent Number: EP1263064B1 Publication Date: 2011-06-22 Application Number: 02253434.1 Filing Date: 2002-05-16 Inventor: Ito, Shinichiro   Seri, Hajime   Ito, Kojiro   Yuasa, Shinichi   Morishita, Nobuyasu   Assignee: Panasonic Corporation   Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha   IPC: H01M4/38 Abstract: A negative electrode of a battery chiefly includes hydrogen absorption alloy particles (1) each having a surface layer (3). The alloy particles satisfy R2/R1 ≥ 0.004 and 5 mu m ≤ R1 ≤ 20 mu m, or more preferably 5 mu m ≤ R1 ≤ 12.5 mu m, where R1 is half of a median diameter of the particles (1) and R2 is the thickness of the surface layer (3). A negative electrode of a battery chiefly includes hydrogen absorption alloy particles (1) each having a surface layer (3). The alloy particles satisfy R2/R1 ≥ 0.004 and 5 mu m ≤ R1 ≤ 20 mu m, or more preferably 5 mu m ≤ R1 ≤ 12.5 mu m, where R1 is half of a median diameter ...More ...Less