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Faculty of Biotechnology / Department of Bioscience Professor

Katano Hajime

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AffiliationFaculty of Biotechnology / Department of Bioscience
TitleProfessor
RoomFaculty of Biotechnology308 (Extension 3308)
Educationgraduate school of science, kobe university
Academic Societies

The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry
The Polarographic Society of Japan
The Chemical Society of Japan
The Electrochemical Society of Japan

Research Interest

Research FieldAnalytical Chemistry, Electroanalytical Chemistry
Keywordsanalytical chemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, materials chemistry

Selected Publications

Original paper

1) H. Katano, K. Uematsu, Y. Kurada, and T. Osakai, “Ion Transfer at the Interface between Water and Fluorous Solvent 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,5-Decafluoropentane”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 796, 82-87.
2) Ushimaru, Y. Hamano, and H. Katano, “Antimicrobial activity of ε-poly-L-lysine after forming a water-insoluble complex with an anionic surfactant”, Biomacromolecules, in press.
3) H. Katano, S. Noba, K. Sato, and T. Kimoto, “Solubility-Based Separation and Purification of Large Chitin Oligosaccharides with an Organic-Water Mixed Solvent”, Anal Sci., 33(5), 639-642 (2017).
4) H. Katano, Y. Kuroda, S. Taira, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Colorimetric Microtiter Plate Assay of Polycationic Aminoglycoside Antibiotics in Culture Broth Using Amaranth”, Anal. Sci., 33(4), 499-504 (2017).
5) H. Katano, Y. Kurada, and K. Uematsu, “Applicability of Fluorous Solvent 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,5- Decafluoropentane to a Non-Aqueous Medium in Liquid-Liquid Electrochemistry”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 788, 232-234 (2017).
6) H. Katano, Y. Kuroda, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Separation of Streptothricin Antibiotics from Culture Both with Colorimetric Determination using Dipicrylamine”, Anal. Sci., 32(10), 1101-1104 (2016).
7) K. Uematsu, T. Ueno, K. Ushimaru, C. Maruyama, Y. Hamano, and H. Katano, “Colorimetric method to detectε-poly-L-lysine using glucose oxidase”, J. Biosci. Bioeng., 120(4), 513-518 (2016).
8) S. Taira, N. Yamaguchi, S. Morimoto, Y. Tatsuta, H. Katano, Y. Ichiyanagi, K. Tsuneyama, and K. Kikuchi, “Liver Disease Risk of Xenobiotics due to Percutaneous Absorption Revealed by Nano-PALDI Imaging Mass Spectrometry”, Int. J. Recent Sci. Res., 7(7), 12589-12592 (2016).
9) H. Katano, M. Takakuwa, H. Hayakawa, and H. Kimoto, “Determination of Chitin Based on the Colorimetric Assay of Glucosamine in Acidic Hydrolysate”, Anal. Sci., 32(6), 701-703 (2016).
10) R. Hashizaki, H. Komori, K. Kazuma, K. Konno, K. Kawabata, D. Kaneko, H. Katano, S. Taira, “Localization Analysis of Natural Toxin of Solanum tuberosum via Mass Spectrometric Imaging”, Int. J. Biotech. Well. Indus, 5(1), 1-5
11) H. Katano, M. Takakuwa, T. Itoh, and T. Hibi, “Microplate Assay of α-Glucosidase and its Inhibitors Based on the Direct Reduction of Molybdosilicate by Glucose”, Anal. Sci., 31(12), 1291-1295 (2015).
12) H. Katano, Y. Kasahara, K. Ushimaru, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Separation and Purification of ε-Poly-L-lysine with Its Colorimetric Determination using Dipicrylamine”, Anal. Sci., Anal. Sci., 31(12), 1273-1277 (2015).
13) H. Komori, R. Hashizaki, I. Osaka, T. Hibi, H. Katano, and S. Taira, “Nanoparticle-assisted laser desorption/ionization using sinapic acid-modified iron oxide nanoparticles for mass spectrometry analysis”, Analyst, 140 8134-8137 (2015).
14) K. Uematsu, C. Maruyama, Y. Hamano, and H. Katano, “Ion-transfer voltammetry of streptothricin antibiotics with differently sized lysine oligomers at a nitrobenzene | water interface”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 754, 143-147 (2015).
15) S. Taira, M. Tokai, D. Kaneko, H. Katano, Y. K. Konishi, “Mass Spectrometry Imaging Analysis of Location of Procymidone in Cucumber Samples”, J. Agric. Food Chem., 63(27), 6109-6112 (2015)
16) H. Katano, M. Takakuwa, T. Itoh, and T. Hibi, “Colorimetric Determination of Fructose for the High-Throughput Microtiter Plate Assay of Glucose Isomerase”, Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 79(7), 1057-1060 (2015)
17) H. Katano, H. Kimoto, S. Taira, and T. Tsukatani, “Physicochemical Properties and Antimicrobial Performance of Benzyldimethylalkylammonium Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Phosphate”, Sens. Mater., 27(5), 359-364 (2015).
18) H. Katano, N. Okamoto, M. Takakuwa, S. Taira, T. Kambe, and M. Takahashi, “Simple and Rapid Separation of Soyasaponin Bb from a Soy Extract”, Anal. Sci., 31(2), 85-89 (2015).
19) S. Taira, Y. Furuta, A. Sato, K. Uematsu. H. Kimoto, and H. Katano, “Colorimetric Monosaccharide Assay Based on the Direct Molybdosilicate Reduction” (in Japanese), Jpn. J. Food Eng., 15(3), 151-156 (2014).
20) Y. Hamano, N. Kito, A. Kita, Y. Imokawa, K. Yamanaka, C. Maruyama, and H. Katano, "ε-Poly-L-lysine peptide-chain length regulated by the linkers connecting the transmembrane domains of ε-poly-L-lysine synthetase”, Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 80(16), 4993-5000 (2014).
21) K.Uematsu, Y. Minami, C. Maruyama, Y. Hamano, and H. Katano, “Voltammetric study of the transfer ofε-poly-L-lysine at nitrobenzene | water interface”, 719, 138-142 (2014).
22) S. Taira, H. Taguchi, R. Fukada, K. Uematsu, Y. Ichiyanagi, Y. Tanaka, Y. Fujii, and H. Katano, “Silver oxide based nanoparticle assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry for the detection of low molecular weight compounds”, Mass Spectrometry, 3, S0025 (2014).
23) H. Katano, A. Fujiwara, and H. Kimoto, “Separation and Purification of Oligochitosan Based on Precipitation with Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phosphate Anion, Re-dissolution,and Re-precipitation as the Hydrochloride Salt”, J. Chitin Chitosan Sci., 2(1), 75-78 (2014).
24) K. Uematsu, Y. Minami, S. Taira, and H. Katano, “Promotion and Suppression Effects of Cationic Polymer ε-Poly-L-lysine on the Glucose Oxidase Reaction with Ferrocene Derivatives as Oxidants with Different Charges”, Anal. Sci., 30(2), 299 – 303 (2014).
25) H. Katano, H. Watanabe, M. Takakuwa, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Colorimetric Determination of Pyrophosphate Anion and its Application of Adenylation Enzyme Assay”, Anal. Sci., 29(11), 1095 – 1098 (2013).
26) H. Katano, S. Taira, K. Uematsu, and H. Kimoto, “Colorimetric Determination of Glucosamine and Glucose Based on the Formation of Blue Molybdosilicate Anion and its Application to the Assay of Saccharification Enzyme”, Anal. Sci., 29(11), 1021 – 1025 (2013).
27) K. Uematsu, and H. Katano, “Evaluation of an electrochemical method for the analysis of enzymatic inhibition reactions”, Anal. Sci., 29(1), 25 – 29 (2013).
28) H. Katano, T. Yoneoka, N. Kito, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Separation and Purification of ε-Poly-L-lysine from the Culture Broth Based on Precipitation with the Tetraphenylborate Anion”, Anal. Sci., 28(12), 1153-1157 (2012).
29) C. Maruyama, J. Toyoda, Y. Kato, M. Izumikawa, M. Takagi, K. Shin-ya, H. Katano, T. Utagawa, and Y. Hamano, “A stand-alone adenylation domain forms amide bonds in streptothricin biosynthesis”, Nat. Chem. Biol., 8(9), 791 (2012).
30) K. Uematsu, M. Yamasaki, T. Hibi, and H. Katano, “Promotion Effect by ε-poly-L-lysine on the Enzymatic Reaction of Glucose Oxidase with Ferricyanide Ion as Oxidant”, Anal. Sci., 28(7), 657-660 (2012).
31) H. Katano, R. Tanaka, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Assay of Enzymes Forming AMP+PPi by the Pyrophosphate Determination Based on the Formation of 18-Molybdopyrophosphate, Anal. Biochem., 421, 308-312 (2012).
32) H. Katano, K. Uematsu, and T. Tsukatani, “Enhancement of Luminescence Efficiency of Europium(III) Tris(β-Diketonato) Complex in Organic Media by Quaternary Ammonium Salts with Anionic Ligands”, Anal. Sci., 27(12), 1249-1252 (2011).
33) H.Katano, C. Maruyama, and Y. Hamano, “Detection of Biopolymer ε-Poly-L-lysine with molybdosilicate anion for screening of the synthetic enzymes”, Int. J. Polym. Anal. Charact., 16(8), 542-550 (2011).
34) H.Katano and T.Ueda, “Spectrophotometric Determination of Phosphate Anion Based on the Formation of Molybdophosphate in Ethylene Glycol–Water Mixed Solution”, Anal. Sci., 27(10), 1043-1047 (2011).
35) H. Katano, Y. Sugimoto, K. Uematsu, and T. Hibi, “Kinetic Study of the Thermal Inactivation of Glucose Oxidase in the presence of Denaturant and Stabilizer by Means of Bioelectrocatalysis Method”, Anal. Sci., 27(10), 979-983 (2011).
36) T. Osakai, Y. Yuguchi, E. Gohara, and H. Katano, “Direct Label-free Electrochemical Detection of Proteins Using the Polarized Oil/Water Interface”, Langmuir, 26(13), 11530-11537 (2010).
37) H. Katano, K. Uematsu, H. Tatsumi, and T. Tsukatani, “Decomposition of Free Chlorine with Ternary Ammonium”, Anal. Sci., 26(3), 349-353 (2010).
38) H. Katano and T. Tsukatani, “Viscoelasticity, Leachability, and Antimicrobial Activity of Poly(vinyl chloride) Blended with Benzyldimethyltetradecylammonium Bis(2-ethylhexyl) Sulfonatosuccinate”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 83 (2), 190-194 (2010).
39) T. Ikeda, K. Uematsu, H. Ma, H. Katano, and T. Hibi, “Measurements of Reversible and Irreversible Inactivation Processes of a Redox Enzyme, Bilirubin Oxidase, by Electrochemical Methods Based on Bioelectrocatalysis”, Anal. Sci., 25, 1283 (2009).
40) H. Katano, K. Uematsu, T. Hibi, T. Ikeda, and T. Tsukatani, “Application of Poly[oxyethylene(dimethylimino)propyl(dimethylimino)ethylene] as Enzyme Stabilizer for Bilirubin Oxidase Immobilized Electrode”, Anal. Sci., 25, 1077-1081 (2009).
41) H. Tatsumi, H. Katano, T. Ikeda, and H. Kimoto, “Activity Measurement of Chitosanase by an Amperometric Biosensor”, Anal. Sci., 25, 825-827 (2009).
42) H. Katano, H. Tatsumi, T. Hibi, T. Ikeda, and T. Tsukatani, “Application of Polyammonium Cations to Enzyme-Immobilized Electrode: Voltammetric Behavior of Polycation-Hexacyanoferrate Anion Complexes and the Applicability as Electron-Transfer Mediator”, Anal. Sci., 24, 1415-1419 (2008).
43) H. Katano, H. Tatsumi, T. Hibi, T. Ikeda, and T. Tsukatani, Anal. Sci., “Application of Polyammonium Cations to Enzyme-Immobilized Electrode. Application as Enzyme Stabilizer for Bilirubin Oxidase”, 24, 1421-1424 (2008).
44) H. Katano and T. Tsukatani, “Anti-Discoloration Effect of Polyammonium Electrolyte on Organic UV Absorbers” (in Japanese), Kobunshi Ronbunshu, 65, 587-593 (2008).
45) T. Ikeda, H. Tatsumi, H. Katano, M. Wanibuchi, and T. Hibi, “A Bioelectrocatalysis Method for the Kinetic Measurement of Thermal Inactivation of a Redox Enzyme, Bilirubin Oxidase”, Anal. Sci., 24(2), 237-241 (2008).
46) H. Tatsumi, H. Katano, and T. Ikeda, “Kinetic Analysis of Glucoamylase-Catalyzed Hydrolysis of Starch Granules from Various Botanical Sources”, Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 71, 946-950 (2007).
47) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Cyclic Voltammetry of the Electron Transfer Reaction between Bis(cyclipentadienyl)iron in 1,2-Dichloroethane and Hexacyanoferrate in Water”, Anal. Sci., 23, 589-591 (2007).
48) H. Katano, M. Akita, and T. Tsukatani, “Room Temperature Molten Salts Based on Benzyldimethyltetra- decylammonium Cation and Bis(2-ethylhexyl)sulfosuccinate and -phosphate Anions, and Their Applicability as Antimicrobial Agents” (in Japanese), Bokin Bobai, 35(3), 147-152 (2007).
49) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Voltammetric study of interfacial electron transfer between bis(cyclopentadienyl)iron in 1,2-dichloroethane and in nitrobenzene and hexaxyanoferrate in water”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 592, 121-125 (2006).
50) H. Tatsumi, H. Katano, and M. Senda, “Theory of normal-pulse voltammetric current of electron transfer reaction at liquid/liquid interface”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 590, 82-89 (2006).
51) H. Katano, I. Kameoka, Y. Murayama, H. Tatsumi, T. hibi, T. Ikeda, and T. Tsukatani, “Ion-Transfer Voltammetry of Polyammonium Anti-fungus Agents across a Phospholipid Monolayer at an Oil | Water Interface” (in Japanese), Bokin Bobai, 34(4), 195-200 (2006).
52) H. Tatsumi, H. Katano, and T. Ikeda, “Kinetic analysis of enzymatic hydrolysis of crystalline cellulose by cellobiohydrolase using an amperometric biosensor”, Anal. Biochem., 357, 257-261 (2006).
53) H. Tsukatani, H. Katano, H. Tatsumi, M. Deguchi, N. Hirayama, “Halogen-Free Water-Immiscible Ionic Liquids Based on Tetraoctylammonium Cation and Dodecylsulfate and Dodecylbenzenesulfonate Anions, and Their Application as Chelate Extraction Solvent”, Anal. Sci., 22(2), 199-200 (2006).
54) H. Katano, Y. Murayama, H. Tatsumi, T. Hibi, T. Ikeda, I. Kameoka, and T. Tsukatani, “Voltammetric Behavior of the Transfer of Mono- and Polyammonium Ions across a Phospholipid Monolayer at the Nitrobenzene | Water Interface”, Anal. Sci., 21(12), 1529-1531 (2005).
55) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, "Kinetics of the Surface Hydrolysis of Raw Starch by Glucoamylase", J. Agric. Food. Chem., 53(21), 8123-8127 (2005).
56) H. Katano, H. Tatsumi, and T. Hibi, “Electrochemical Study of the Assisted Transfer of Silver Ion by 1,5-Cyclooctadiene at the 1,6-Dichlorohexane | Water Interface”, Anal. Sci., 21(8), 901-905 (2005).
57) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Voltammetric study of the interfacial electron transfer between bis(butylcyclopentadienyl)iron in 1,2-dichloroethane and hexacyanoferrate in water”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 577, 59-65 (2005).
58) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Voltammetric Study of the Interfacial Electron Transfer between Bis(cyclopentadienyl)iron in Organic Solvent and Hexacyanoferrate in Water”, Anal. Sci., 20(11), 1613-1615 (2004).
59) H. Katano, I. Kameoka, Y. Murayama, H. Tatsumi, T. Tsukatani, M. Makino, “Voltammetric Study of the transfer of Polyammonium Ions at Nitrobenzene | Water Interface”, Anal. Sci., 20(11), 1581-1585 (2004).
60) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Kinetic Analysis of Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Raw Starch by Glucoamylase Using an Amperometric Glucose Sensor”, Chem. Lett., 33(6), 692-693, (2004).
61) H. Katano, Y. Murayama, and H. Tatsumi, “Voltammetric Study of the Transfer of Fluoride Ion at the Nitrobenzene | Water Interface Assisted by Tetraphenylantimony”, Anal. Sci., 20(3), 553-557 (2004).
62) H. Katano, H. Tatsumi, and M. Senda, “Ion-transfer Voltammetry at 1,6-Dichlorohexane | and 1,4-Dichlorobutane | Water Interfaces”, Talanta, 63, 185-195 (2004).
63) H. Tatsumi and H. Katano, “Voltammetric study of electron transfer across the 1,6-dichlorohexane | water interface with the bis(pentamethylcyclopenta- dienyl)iron(II/III) redox couple”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 563, 269-275 (2004).
64) H. Katano and H. Tatsumi, “Ion-Transfer Voltammetry at a Polarized Room-Temperature Molten Salt | Water Interface”, Anal. Sci., 19(5), 651-652 (2003).
65) S. Aoyagi, “Performance Evalution of the Four-Electrode Type Measurement System for Ion-Transfer Voltammetry” (in Japanese), Electrochemistry, 70(5), 329-333 (2002).
66) H. Ktano and M. Senda, “Voltammetry at 1,6-dichlorohexane | water interface”, Anal. Sci., 17 (9), 1027-1029 (2001).
67) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Ion-transfer stripping voltammetry of polyoxyethylene alkyl and alkylphenyl ether surfactants at the organic-gel | water interface and its application to trace analysis”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 496, 103–109 (2001).
68) M. Senda, H. Katano, and Y. Kubota, “Stripping analysis using ion-transfer voltammetry at liquid/liquid interface”, Collect. Czech. Chem. Commun., 66, 445-455 (2001).
69) Y. Kubota, H. Katano, and M. Senda, Ion-transfer voltammetry of local anesthetics at organic solvent/water interface and activity vs. ion partition coefficient relationship, Anal. Sci., 17 (1), 65–70 (2001).
70) H. Katano, H. Kuboyama, and M. Senda, “Voltammetric Study of the Transfer of Heavy Metal Ions at Nitrobenzene/Water Interface Assisted by 5,6-Diphenyl-3-(2-pyridyl)-1,2,4-triazine”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 483, 117-123 (2000).
71) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Voltammetric Study of the Transfer of Heavy Metal Ions at Nitrobenzene/Water Interface Assisted by 1,4,7,10,13,16-Hexathiacyclooctadecane”, Anal. Sci., 15(12), 1179-1184 (1999).
72) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Potential step voltammetry of ion-transfer at liquid/liquid interface with preceding chemical reaction. Determination of the rate and equilibrium constants from voltammetric curves.”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 72 (9), 2085-2090 (1999).
73) M. Senda, H. Katano, and M. Yamada, “Amperometric ion-selective electrode. Voltammetric theory and analytical applications at high concentration and trace levels”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 468 (1), 34-41 (1999).
74) M. Yamada, H. Katano, and M. Senda, “Theory of amperometric sodium and potassium ion-selective electrodes based on the ionophore-assisted transfer of ions across a polarized oil/water interface current response behavior at higher concentrations of analyte ion” (in Japanese), Bunseki Kagaku, 47(12), 919-927 (1998).
75) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Potential sweep voltammetry of ion-transfer at liquid/liquid interface with preceding chemical reaction”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 71 (10), 2359-2363 (1998).
76) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Stripping voltammetry of mercury(II) and lead(II) ions at liquid/liquid interface”, Anal. Sci., 14 (2), 63-65 (1998).
77) Y. Kubota, H. Katano, K. Maeda, and M. Senda, “Voltammetric study of the partition of amines between water and an organic solvent”, Electrochim. Acta, 44 (1), 109-116 (1998).
78) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Determination of consecutive formation constants of complex ions from ion-transfer voltammetric data”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 70 (10), 2489-2493, (1997).
79) Y. Tsujino, N. Komure, K. Tomura, and H. Katano, “Evaluation of uricase activity in a hair-color product” (in Japanese), Bunseki Kagaku, 45(12), 1107-1110 (1996).
80) H. Katano and M. Senda, “Voltammetric study of the facilitated transfer of lead(II) ion by macrocyclic polythiaether 1,4,7,10,13,16-hexathiacyclooctadecane across the polarizable nitrobenzene/water interface”, Anal. Sci., 12 (10), 683-689 (1996).
81) H. Katano, K. Maeda, and M. Senda, “Theory of the transient potential response of ion-selective electrodes based on the polarizable oil/water interface”, Anal. Sci., 12 (2), 61-66, (1996).
82) H. Katano, T. Osakai, S. Himeno, and A. Saito, “A kinetic study of the formation of 12-molybdosilicate and 12-molybdogermanate in aqueous solutions by ion transfer voltammetry with the nitrobenzene-water interface”, Electrochim. Acta, 40 (18), 2935-2942 (1995).
83) H. Katano, K. Maeda, and M. Senda, “Effect of diffuse layer on the rate of electron transfer across an electrolyte/electrolyte interface”, J. Electroanal. Chem., 396, 394-396 (1995).
84) K. Maeda, T. Osakai, S. Himeno, A. Saito, and H. Katano, “Charge dependence of one-electron redox potentials of Keggin-type heteropolyoxometalate anions”, J. Electroanal. Chem.,389,167-173 (1995).
85) H. Katano, T. Osakai, S. Himeno, and A. Saito, “Preparation of the 11-molybdo-germanate(IV) complex” Chem. Lett.,1474-1477 (1994).
86) T. Osakai, S. Himeno, A. Saito, K. Maeda, and H. Katano, “Linear dependence of the standard ion transfer potentials of heteropoly and isopoly anions at the 1,2-dichloroethane-water interface of their surface charge densities”, J. Electroanal. Chem.,360,299-307 (1993).
87) T. Osakai, S. Himeno, A. Saito, K. Maeda, and H. Katano, “A hydrophobicity scale of heteropoly- and isopolyanions based on voltammetric studies of their transfer at the nitrobenzene/water interface”, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn.,66,1111-1115 (1993).
88) T. Osakai, S. Himeno, A. Saito, and H. Katano, “A voltammetric phosphate sensor based on heteropolyanion formation at the nitrobenzene/water interface”, Electroanalysis,5,215-219 (1993).
89) Y. Mido, H. Katano, T. Isono, M. Hasimoto, and H. Matsuura, “Conformational phase transitions of n-propyl chloroacetate. Thermal, 35Cl nuclear quadropole resonance, and vibrational spectroscopic studies”, J. Phys. Chem.,94 (20), 8070-8072 (1990).

Educational Activies

ClassesChemistry I/Biomolecular Engineering
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