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Books

  1. M. Tanaka, Reviews in Glass Transition of Green Polymers and the Role of Bound Water, nova science publishers, Polymer Science and Technology Series, Eds H. Hatakayama and T. Hatayeyama, March 4 (2021).
  2. M. Tanaka, Bio-inspired Water Structure: Intermediate Water in Hydrated Bio-polymers and Synthetic Bio-compatible Polymers, World Scientific Series in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Soft Matter and Biomaterials on the Nanoscale,  p.243-259 (2020).
  3. M. Tanaka, Design of Multifunctional Soft Biomaterials: Based on the Intermediate Water Concept. In: Chujo Y. (eds) New Polymeric Materials Based on Element-Blocks. Springer, Singapore, p.423-432 (2019).
  4. M. Tanaka, Dalysis Technology, New Design Concept of Dialyzer Biomaterials: How to Find Biocompatible Polymers Based on the Biointerfacial Water Structure, Scientific Aspects of Dialysis Therapy: JSDT/ISBP Anniversary Edition. Contrib Nephrol. Basel,Karger, vol189, 137-143 (2017).
  5. M. Tanaka,2D and 3D Biocompatible Polymers for Medical Devices,Chapter 6, Encyclopedia of Biocolloid and Biointerface Science, Wiley, Chapter6, p.82-93, (2016).
  6. M. Tanaka, Biocompatible 2D and 3D Scaffolds for Medical Devices, Chapter 10, p.229-253, Horizons in Clinical Nanomedicine, Pan Stanford Publishing Pte Ltd, (2014).
  7. M. Tanaka, Design of Novel 3D Bio-interfaces Using Self-Organization to Control Stem Cell Proliferation and Differentiation, Special Proceeding Book of JST-CREST International Symposium, p.71-78, JAIST Press (2010)
  8. M. Tanaka, T. Motomura, M. Kawada, T. Anzai, Y. Kasori, T. Shiroya, K. Shimura, M. Onishi, A. Mochizuki, Y. Okahata, Biocompatible aspects of Poly(2-methoxyethylacrylate) (PMEA) -The relationship among conformational change of adsorbed protein and platelet adhesion on PMEA-, Recent Advances in Enviromentally Compatible Polymer, J.F.Kennedy, G.O.Phillips, P.A.Williams and H. Hatakeyma eds., 405-410, (2001), Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, U.K.

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Challenges for Biomaterials Design and Applications to Accelerating Healthcare Innovation