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Development of organic membrane and biosensor. ; Artificial membrane chemical sensor on the model of olfactory cells. Seitaimaku to bio sensor no hatten. ; Kyusaibo wo model to shita jinkomaku kagaku sensor

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Abstract

The olfactory cell is the most prominent chemical sensor to detect various kinds of external chemical substances with high sensibility. Consequently, on the model of such an organic chemical sensor mechanism, an artificial membrane with functions to detect and distinguish various chemical substances has been developed. In this study, a test using a lipid bimolecular membrane was carried out. As a result, it was found that the lipid bimolecular membrane showed membrane potential changes responding to various odorants. The mambrane with proper lipid composition presented almost the same sensibility to odorants as an olfactory organ. Response characteristic against various odors changed greatly due to the lipid composition and the addition of protein. It was also found that various odors can be discriminated by analyzing response information obtained from a lot of mambranes with different compositions Such ideas can be applied to the odor discrimination of the artificial membrane sensor. 14 refs., 13 figs.
Authors:
Enomoto, S; Kashiwayanagi, M; Kurihara, K [1] 
  1. Hokkaido University, Sapporo (Japan). Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science
Publication Date:
May 05, 1991
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-91-950417; EDB-91-135387
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Kino Zairyo; (Japan); Journal Volume: 11:6
Subject:
47 OTHER INSTRUMENTATION; ANIMAL CELLS; NOSE; MEMBRANES; BODY; LIPIDS; PROTEINS; RESPONSE FUNCTIONS; SENSITIVITY; SURFACE POTENTIAL; ODOROMETERS; DETECTION; BODY AREAS; FACE; FUNCTIONS; HEAD; MEASURING INSTRUMENTS; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; POTENTIALS; RESPIRATORY SYSTEM; 440800* - Miscellaneous Instrumentation- (1990-)
OSTI ID:
5320704
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0286-4835; CODEN: KIZAE
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 24-33
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Enomoto, S, Kashiwayanagi, M, and Kurihara, K. Development of organic membrane and biosensor. ; Artificial membrane chemical sensor on the model of olfactory cells. Seitaimaku to bio sensor no hatten. ; Kyusaibo wo model to shita jinkomaku kagaku sensor. Japan: N. p., 1991. Web.
Enomoto, S, Kashiwayanagi, M, & Kurihara, K. Development of organic membrane and biosensor. ; Artificial membrane chemical sensor on the model of olfactory cells. Seitaimaku to bio sensor no hatten. ; Kyusaibo wo model to shita jinkomaku kagaku sensor. Japan.
Enomoto, S, Kashiwayanagi, M, and Kurihara, K. 1991. "Development of organic membrane and biosensor. ; Artificial membrane chemical sensor on the model of olfactory cells. Seitaimaku to bio sensor no hatten. ; Kyusaibo wo model to shita jinkomaku kagaku sensor." Japan.
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title = {Development of organic membrane and biosensor. ; Artificial membrane chemical sensor on the model of olfactory cells. Seitaimaku to bio sensor no hatten. ; Kyusaibo wo model to shita jinkomaku kagaku sensor}
author = {Enomoto, S, Kashiwayanagi, M, and Kurihara, K}
abstractNote = {The olfactory cell is the most prominent chemical sensor to detect various kinds of external chemical substances with high sensibility. Consequently, on the model of such an organic chemical sensor mechanism, an artificial membrane with functions to detect and distinguish various chemical substances has been developed. In this study, a test using a lipid bimolecular membrane was carried out. As a result, it was found that the lipid bimolecular membrane showed membrane potential changes responding to various odorants. The mambrane with proper lipid composition presented almost the same sensibility to odorants as an olfactory organ. Response characteristic against various odors changed greatly due to the lipid composition and the addition of protein. It was also found that various odors can be discriminated by analyzing response information obtained from a lot of mambranes with different compositions Such ideas can be applied to the odor discrimination of the artificial membrane sensor. 14 refs., 13 figs.}
journal = {Kino Zairyo; (Japan)}
volume = {11:6}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1991}
month = {May}
}