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Suzuki Shigeki: Drug administration method. New X Nat Technology, November 17, 2004: EP1477119-A1 (387 worldwide citation)

A method of administering a drug whereby a fine drug powder can be accurately administered to a target site (in particular, a target site in the body cavity) via fluidization and spraying with a gas by using a micro tube. Concerning the administration mode, in particular, the drug alone or a biopoly ...


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Suzuki Shigeki: Closed cell culture system. New X Nat Technology, December 22, 2004: EP1488816-A1 (20 worldwide citation)

An object of the present invention is to provide a tissue cell culture system whereby a call tissue can be efficiently and quickly proliferated in vivo and the onset bacterial infection in an injured part can be avoided in the course of a treatment. More specifically, a closed cell culture system (1 ...


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Yamazawa Kenji, Anzai Masahiro, Yokota Hideo, Suzuki Shigeki: Artificial bone forming method by powder lamination method. Riken, New X Nat Technology, April 26, 2006: EP1649833-A1

An artificial bone forming method, comprising a) a powder layer forming step (32) for forming, into a flat powder layer (6), a powder bone material (5) having biocompatibility and hardening by hydration, b) a partial hardening step (34) for jetting an aqueous solution (7) with biocompatibility to a ...


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Suzuki Shigeki: Drug administration method. New X Nat Technology, wei xinhua liu dong, July 6, 2005: CN03804368

A method of administering a drug whereby a fine drug powder can be accurately administered to a target site (in particular, a target site in the body cavity) via fluidization and spraying with a gas by using a microtube. Concerning the administration mode, in particular, the drug alone or a biopolym ...


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Suzuki Shigeki: Closed cell culture system. New X Nat Technology, fan weimin guo guoqing, July 13, 2005: CN03805311

An object of the present invention is to provide a tissue cell culture system whereby a call tissue can be efficiently and quickly proliferated in vivo and the onset bacterial infection in an injured part can be avoided in the course of a treatment. More specifically, a closed cell culture system (1 ...


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Suzuki Shigeki: Drug administration method. New X Nat Technology, liu jie li liantao, December 1, 2010: CN201010129296

A method of administering a drug whereby a fine drug powder can be accurately administered to a target site (in particular, a target site in the body cavity) via fluidization and spraying with a gas by using a microtube. Concerning the administration mode, in particular, the drug alone or a biopolym ...



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