Our study aims to understand cellular functions using a bottom-up approach from the single molecule level. To achieve this, we are attempting to elucidate the mechanism by which individual biomolecules or their networks function in a precise manner, by developing novel single-molecule techniques using multidisciplinary approaches, including biophysics, bioMEMS, and chemical biology. In addition, we are developing a methodology to investigate correlations between genetic mutations, dysfunctions, and diseases with single molecule sensitivity, which would provide new insights for biological as well as pharmaceutical studies.
Ms. Takano joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 21st Apr 2021
Amplification-free RNA detection with CRISPR–Cas13.Commun Biol
- 19th Apr 2021
Mr. Iida and Ms. Murai joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 1st Apr 2021
High throughput formation of uniform-size liposomes. ACS Nano
- 3rd Sep 2020
Dr. Komatsu joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 23rd Jun 2020
Mr. Sakamoto joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 1st May 2020
Dr. Kinosita joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 1st Apr. 2020
Multiplexed single-molecule analysis for counting disease-related proteins. Science Advances
- 12nd Mar. 2020
Ms. Takahashi joined Molecular Physiology Lab.
- 1st Mar. 2020
Dr. Ando joined Molecular Physiology Lab as a research scientist.
- 1st Dec. 2019