TAKAHASHI Takashi

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Name
TAKAHASHI Takashi
Affiliation
Gakushuin University
Section
Faculty of Science, Department of Chemistry
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Department of Applied Chemistry, Graduate School of Science and Engineering Applied Chemistry
 
1976
   
 
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1989
   
 
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1996
   
 
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Misc

 
Takayuki Serizawa, Shigeru Miyamoto, Shinichiro Fuse, Takayuki Doi, and Takashi Takahashi
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan   83(8) 942-949   2010
Hiroshi Tanaka, Yoshikazu Tanaka, Masafumi Minoshima, Sho Yamaguchi, Shinichiro Fuse, Takayuki Doi, Susumu Kawauchi, Hiroshi Sugiyama and Takashi Takahashi
Chemical Communications   46(32) 5942-5944   2010
Jun Takahashi, Ichiro Hijikuro, Takeshi Kihara, Modachur G. Murugesh, Shinichiro Fuse, Yoshinori Tsumura, Akinori Akaike, Tetsuhiro Niidome, Takashi Takahashi, Hachiro Sugimoto
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters   20(5) 1721-1723   2010

Books etc

 
Oligosaccharide Synthesis based on Combinatorial Chemsitry and Labo Automation
Springer   2008   
Transition Metals for Organic Synthesis -Building Blocks and Fine Chemicals-Palladium-catalyzed Cyclization of Allylic Acetates with Alkenes and Allenes
Elsevia   1998   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Efficient Syntheses of Taxol and 9-Membered Masked Enediyne Using Automated Synthesizers
3rd EuCheMS Chemistry Congress 2010   2010   
Flow Synthesis of Vitamin D3 Using a Microreactor
2010   
An Efficient Synthesis of Resorcylic Acid Lactones via Sequential Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling and Ring-Closing Metathesis
2010   
Synthesis of VitaminD3 by Photo and Thermal Isomerization Using Microreactor
The 11th International Kyoto Conference on New Aspects of Organic Chemistry   2009   
An Efficient Synthesis of Resorcylic Acid Lactones via Sequential Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling and Ring-Closing Metathesis
Combinatorial Chemistry and Chemical Biology toward A New Paradigm for Drug Discovery   2009   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Development of New Synthetic Methods for Steroid Skeleton Basen on Theoretical Calculation
Sequential one-pot glycosylation
Development of Solid-Phase Synthesis toward Combinatorial Libraries