Grants list for fisical 2016

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Grants List

Grant No. Title Researcher Institute PDF
1601 Development of Next-Generation Membrane for Seawater Treatment Shigetoshi Ichimura Kanagawa Institute of Technology
1602 Development of Chiral Bis-Urea Reseptors for Use in the Highly Sensitive Detection of Anions Suguru Ito Yokohama National University
1603 Solid-Phase Extraction of Trace Elements Using a Macroporous Sintered Material Containing Chelating Resin Shigehiro Kagaya University of Toyama
1604 Development of Hollow Fiber Ion Exchange Membrane Having High Ion Permeability (Ⅱ) Yuriko Kakihana Kobe University
1605 Delopment of a Simple Method for Determination of Lithium Ions Using Metallohost Compounds Shoichi Katsuta Chiba University
1606 Oxygen Evolution Anode Composed of Electrolessly Deposited Mn-Mo-Sn Oxides for Seawater Electrolysis Zenta Kato Tohoku Institute of Technology
1607 Selective Adsorption of Ions in Porous Electrodes Kenji Kiyohara National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
1608 Cooperative Recognition of Alkaline Metal and Bromide Ions by Ditopic Receptors Shin-ichi Kondo Yamagata University
1609 Effect of Metal Cations on Passive Film Structure Formed on Iron Masatoshi Sakairi Hokkaido University
1610 Development of the Mixing Type Spacer to Achieve a High Current Density Operation for an Electrodialysis by Utilizing 3D Printer Yoshihiko Sano Shizuoka University
1611 Quantitative Evaluation of the Partition Coefficients of Solutes between Polyamide Active Layers of RO Membranes and Water Using Quartz Crystal Microbalance Tasuma Suzuki Yamaguchi University
1612 Study of Crystallization Operation Conditions for Resource Recovery from Integrated Process of Salt Production and Seawater Desalination Hiroshi Takiyama Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
1613 Investigation of Carbon Materials for Capacitive Deionization Toshiki Tsubota Kyushu Institute of Technology
1614 Development of Decentralized Simple Multiple-Effect Evaporator for Liquid Concentration and Distillation Takehiro Nosoko University of the Ryukyus
1615 Development of a Clean Evaporation and Digestion System for Analyzing Fine Suspended Particles Regulating the Dynamics of Trace Elements in the Ocean and the Determination of Particulate Al, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb Kazuhiro Norisuye Niigata University
1616 Fabrication of Functionally Gradient Porous Alminum Using NaCl as Space Holder Yoshihiko Hangai Gunma University
1617 Development of Charge Mosaic Membranes with High Ionic Permselectivity and High Mechanical Strength (Ⅲ): Desalination Performance by Piezodialysis Mitsuru Higa Yamaguchi University
1618 Highly Efficient Trap and Sensitive Quantitative Analysis of Materials Contained in Marine Water Masayuki Futamata Saitama University
1619 Preparation of Degradable Porous Mg Alloys by Using Spherical NaCl Kunio Matsuzaki National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
1620 Recovery and Upgrading of Calcium and Magnesium from Concentrated Brine - Control of CaMg(CO3)2 Crystal Properties Using CO2 Fine-Bubbles - Masakazu Matsumoto Nihon University
1621 Study on Molecular Adsorption and Deliquescent Reaction Processes of Salt Nanocrystals Fuminori Misaizu Tohoku University
1622 Development of Scale-Up Method of Generation Rate of Attrition Fragments Due to Crystal Collisions with Impeller Blade in a Stirred-Type Crystallizer Ryuta Misumi Yokohama National University
1623 Preparation on Nano-Structure Controlled Ion-Exchange Membranes by Ion Beams and Their Application to Seawater Concentration Tetsuya Yamaki National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology
1624 Investigation into Fouling Mechanisms of Reverse Osmosis Membrane for Sea Water Desalination by Using AFM Nano-Contact Force Experiments Akio Yonezu Chuo University
1625 Preparation of Adsorbent with High Performance for Nitrate from Bittern Takaaki Wajima Chiba University
1626 The Prolyl Isomerase Pin1 Increases β Cell Proliferation and Enhances Insulin Secretion Tomoichiro Asano Hiroshima University
1627 Development of Novel TRPM6-Targeted Therapy for Hypomagnesemia Akira Ikari Gifu Pharmaceutical University
1628 Suppression of TASK Channels in Adrenal Cortical Cells by Angiotensin II Masumi Inoue University of Occupational and Environmental Health
1629 Investigation of Regulation of WNK Signal by Protein Degradation System Shinichi Uchida Tokyo Medical and Dental University
1630 Both Low Salt Diet and Renin-Angiotensin System Blockeres Increase Melatonin Secretion Naro Ohashi Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
1631 Study for Mg2+ Mobilization in Parkinson's Like Cell Death by Using New Fluorescent Imaging Techniques Kotaro Oka Keio University
1632 The Mechanism of Salt-Sensitive Hypertension in Diabetic Nephropathy and Novel Antihypertensive Therapy Using Its Inhibitor Yutaka Kakizoe Kumamoto University
1633 Pathological and Therapeutic Usefulness of Lymphocyte K+-Channels Itsuro Kazama Tohoku University
1634 Peripheral Coding and Neurotransmission of Salty Taste Makiko Kashio Kyoto Prefectural University of Mediceine
1635 Molecular and Neural Mechanisms of Memory-Dependent Salt Chemotaxis in C. elegans Hirofumi Kunitomo The University of Tokyo
1636 Molecular Mechanism behind the Therapeutic Effect of Magnesium on Vascular Calcification Makoto Kuroo Jichi Medical University
1637 The Role of a Novel Subunit of Large-Conductance Ca2+-Activated K+ Channels in Normal and Pathological Airway Smooth Muscle Cells Yoshiaki Suzuki Nagoya City University
1638 Alterations of Taste Sense and Preference by Salty Food: In Vivo Imaging of Taste Buds Kinya Seo Jichi Medical University
1639 Effects of Salts on Complex Bacterial Biofilm Formation Hidenobu Senpuku National Institute of Infectious Diseases
1640 TRIC Channel and Bone Ossification Hiroshi Takeshima Kyoto University
1641 A Celluar Iron Receptor in Hypertensive Cardiovascular Remodeling Yoshiro Naito Hyogo College of Medicine
1642 The Novel Redox Regulation of cGMP-Dependent Protein Kinase (PKG1α) in Salt Sensitive Hypertension Taishi Nakamura Kumamoto University
1643 Analysis of TMC Proteins, Unknown Function Proteins in Mammals, as a Na+ Sensor Tomoe Nishitani National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center
1644 Elucidation of Mechanisms Involved in Acquisition of Salt Sensitivity and Baroreflex Failure in Pressure Overload Via Heart-Brain Communication Yoshitaka Hirooka Kyushu University
1645 Functional Analysis Myosin Phosphatase Regulator in High Salt Diet-Mediated Hypertension Masatoshi Hori The University of Tokyo
1646 Analysis of Alternative Splicing Regulated by Ca2+ Signaling Seiji Masuda Kyoto University
1647 Saltless Diet Damages the Heart through Activation of Cardiac (Pro) Renin Receptor and Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone and Sympatho-Adrenal Systems in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats Shinya Minatoguchi Gifu University
1648 Effects of Salt Intake upon Glomerular Blood Pressure, Albuminuria and Aging Kidneys Kiyoshi Mori University of Shizuoka
1649 Study of Salty-Taste Related Peptides for the Progress of Low-Salt Animal Food Shuji Ueda Kobe University
1650 Screening of Salt-Taste Enhancer Using Mutant Lacking Salt-Taste Kohei Ueno Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
1651 Effect of Main Cation in Bittern on the Texture and Bitterness of Jelly Formulation Kazunori Kadota Osaka University of Pharmaceutical Sciences
1652 Effects of Salt, Carbohydrate, and Their Mixture on the Collapse and Viable Cell Count of Freeze-Dried Lactic Acid Bacteria Kiyoshi Kawai Hiroshima University
1653 Influence of Salts on the Textures and Swallowing Properties of Care Foods for Dysphagic Patients Hitoshi Kumagai Kyoritsu Women's University
1654 Effects of Salts on the Conversion Behavior of Saccharides in Subcritical Water Takashi Kobayashi Kyoto University
1655 Studies on Enhancement of Umani Compounds in Seasoning through Halotolerant Nucleotidases Yoshihiro Sanbongi Hiroshima University
1656 Maintaining the Taste of Dried Fish by Using Bittern Hiroko Seki Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
1657 Characterization of Yeast Vacuolar Cation Channel which Confers Salt Tolerance Shin Hamamoto Tohoku University