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Articles by H. Furuta
Total Records ( 2 ) for H. Furuta
  H. Furuta , T. Sanada , R. Takayanagi and T. Yoshida
  It was proved that an exogenous gene was successfully transferred to chicken embryo and Primordial Germ Cells (PGCs) by the injection of the blastoderm. In this experiment, an exogenous gene, Lac Z constructs encoding Escherichia coli beta-galactosidase was introduced into chicken blastoderm (stage X) just ovoposition using lipofection reagent. After injection of gene the eggs were incubated in routine manner until developmental stage 12-15. Survival rate of the treated embryo was 35.6%. Lac Z expression was mosaic manner and low efficiency. However, it was obtained Lac Z specific band from chicken PGCs by PCR method.
  M. Furuta , K. Shimamura , H. Tsubokawa , K. Tokushige , H. Furuta and T. Hirao
  The activation behavior of boron (B) implanted poly-Si films on glass substrates has been investigated. The effect of B dose and annealing temperature on crystal defects and electrical properties of the films were evaluated by Raman spectroscopy and Hall measurement. It was found that the maximum activation ratio of the film with B dose of 1 x 1015 cm- 2 was obtained when Raman peak associated with disordered amorphous silicon disappeared. However, reverse anneal was observed in the film when the annealing temperature further increased. The results from secondary ion mass spectrometry and Hall measurement revealed that B segregation at the top and bottom interface and deactivation of B substitutional occurred simultaneously in the high-dose specimens when the annealing temperature increased from 600 to 750 °C.
 
 
 
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