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2010 PSWC/AAPS Annual Meeting

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We exhibited the TS-5000Z at PSWC2010, Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress, and also presented our research on a newly developed bitterness sensor for drugs at AAPS2010, 2010 Annual Meeting of American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists.

Date: November 15-18, 2010
Location: New Orleans Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA, USA
Booth at PSWC2010: 546
Title at AAPS2010: Objective Evaluation of Drug Bitterness and Masking using Artificial Lipid-based Membrane Taste Sensors
Speaker: Dr. Masamitsu Hiraoka



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Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy

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We presented the latest research with National Institute of Health Sciences and Kanazawa University on the crude drugs using our taste sensors at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy, “The 5th JSP-CCTNM-KSP Joint Symposium on Pharmacognosy.”

Date: September 24-26, 2010
Location: Tokushima Bunri University, Tokushima, Japan
Speaker: Dr. Naoko Anjiki
Title: Taste Evaluation of Crude Drugs and Kampo Formulae by using a Taste-Sensing System (11) - Essential Oils (2)

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IFT10

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We showcased Taste Sensing System TS-5000Z at the expo, “IFT10,” July 18--20, USA, IL, Chicago, McCormick Place Convention Center, Booth 6681.




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7th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology (PBP2010)

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We presented our research for evaluation of drug bitterness at the conference, “7th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology (PBP2010)”, which was held at Mediterranean Conference Center, Valletta, Malta on 8- 11 March 2010.

Date: March 8-11, 2010
Location: Mediterranean Conference Center, Valletta, Malta
Speaker: Dr. Hidekazu Ikezaki, president
Title: Detection and Evaluation of Bitterness of Drugs using Artificial Lipid-based Membrane Sensors with High Sensitivity and Selectivity to Bitter Molecules and High Correlation to Sensory Scores
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