Research Activities

Kimiko Makino

Academic papers

  • A polymeric micelle MRI contrast agent with changeable relaxivity��Emiko Nakamura, Kimiko Makino, Teruo Okano, Tatsuhiro Yamamoto, and Masayuki Yokoyama,J. Controlled Release, 114, pp 325-333, 2006. (Referee reading provided)
  • Effects of lung surfactants on rifampicin release ratio from monodisperse��rifampicin-loaded PLGA microspheres��Keishiro Tomoda and Kimiko Makino��Colloids and Surfaces B; Biointerfaces, 55, pp 115-124, 2007. (Referee reading provided)
  • Incorporation of water-soluble drugs in PLGA microspheres��Fuminori Ito, Hiroyuki Fujimori, and Kimiko Makino,Colloids and Surfaces B; Biointerfaces, 54, pp 173-178, 2006. (Referee reading provided)
  • Nano DDS, Kimiko Makino, Oleo Science, pp 99-103, 2007. (Referee reading provided)
  • Selective delivery of Rifampicin incorporated into Poly (DL-lactic-co-glycolic) acid microspheres after phagocytotic uptake by alveolar macrophages, and the killing effect against intracellular Mycobacterium bovis Calmette-Guein��Aya Yoshida, Hiroyuki Inagawa, Chie Kohchi, Mami Hino, Fuminori Ito, Keishiro Tomoda, Takehisa Nakajima, Kimiko Makino, Hiroshi Terada, Hitoshi Hori, and Gen-Ichiro Soma,Microbes and Infection, 8, pp 2484-2491, 2006. (Referee reading provided)

Book

  • "Micro-capsule" Kimiko Makino, Development of Functional Cosmetics III, supervised and edited by Masato Suzuki, Part 4, Chapter 4, pp.310-315, CMC, January 1, 2007
  • "Surface properties of liposomes depending on their composition." Kimiko Makino and Akira Shibata��ADVANCES IN PLANAR LIPID BILAYERS, Vol.4, Chapter 2, pp.49-77, 2006, Elsevier Inc.
  • Oil Chemistry Dictionary Edition 2 "Fat and Interfacial Active Agent", Kimiko Makino, Maruzen Co., Ltd., April 25, 2006

Invited Lecture

  • Basics and Applications of Microcapsules and Vesicle, Kimiko Makino, the 7th Oleo Science Freshman Seminar, Morito Memorial Hall of the Tokyo University of Science, June 22, 2006
  • Nano DDS, Kimiko Makino, Japan Oil Chemists' Society, Oleo Nano Work Group, Oleo Nano Science Symposium, 2006, Morito Memorial Hall of the Tokyo University of Science, November 28, 2006
  • Nano DDS, Kimiko Makino, the Tokyo University of Science Seminar House Special Lecture, Classroom 1311 in the Noda Campus of the Tokyo University of Science, September 15, 2006
  • Pulmonary Drug Delivery System for Treatment of Tuberculosis, Kimiko Makino, 7th International Symposium on Advances in Technology & Business Potential of New Drug Delivery Systems, Mumbai, India, Feb. 13th-14th, 2007.
  • Recent Trend and Research Direction of DDS, Kimiko Makino, Tokyo University of Science, RIDAI SCITEC Club Special Model Seminar, Riso Kaikan of the Tokyo University of Science, November 7, 2006
  • Recent Trend of DDS Research and Future Research Direction, Kimiko Makino, Woman Scientist Experience Lecture, the Tokyo University of Science, November 26, 2006

Patent

  • Inventors: Kimiko Makino, Hiroshi Terada, Takehisa Nakajima, Keishiro Tomoda, Applicant: the Tokyo University of Science, Name of Invention: Nano-composite Particle, Application registered No.: Patent Application 2006-075335, Date of Application: March 17, 2006, PCT application being prepared
  • Inventors: Kimiko Makino, Takehisa Nakajima, Hiroshi Terada, Yusaku Kawai, Motoko Nishiwaki, Applicant: the Tokyo University of Science, Name of Invention: Drug Delivering Particle and Its Manufacturing Method, Application registered No.: Patent Application 2006-111294, Date of Application: April 13, 2006
  • Inventors: Masanori Oya, Kimiko Makino, Hiroshi Terada, Applicant: the Tokyo University of Science, Name of invention: Drug Delivery System Simulation Method, Simulation Device, and Simulation Program: Patent Application 2007-037037, Date of Application: February 16, 2007
  • Inventors: Toshio Inagi, Makoto Kanabako, Hiroshi Terada, Kimiko Makino, Masakazu Toi, Applicant: Kowa Co., Ltd., the Tokyo University of Science, Name of invention: Drug for External Use, Application No.: PCT/JP2006/320320, Date of Application, October 11, 2006

Research Results in the Center for Drug Delivery Research

Research Results of Staff