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    Advanced Laser Spectroscopy Area[University-Industry Collaboration ]

    Professor KANEMATSU Yasuo

    Molecular Microbiology Area[International Center for Biotechnology]

    Professor NIHIRA Takuya   Associate Professor KITANI Shigeru   Assistant Professor KINOSHITA Hiroshi
    "Laboratory of Molecular Microbiology" aims to pursue the huge potential of microorganisms by means of molecular biological methodology. Target microorganisms are Gram-positive soil bacteria Actinomycetes and filamentous fungi, both of which are representative two groups of microorganisms producing versatile kinds of natural bioactive compounds.We aim to develop quicker, easier and more rational way to reach novel bioactive compounds by clarifying biosynthetic pathways, functions of participating enzymes, obtaining regulatory genes and establishing multi-step signaling cascade controlling the whole biosynthetic pathway of bioactive secondary metabolites.

    Applied Microbiology Area[International Center for Biotechnology]

    Professor FUJIYAMA Kazuhito   Associate Professor MISAKI Ryo   Assistant Professor OHASHI Takao
    We are studying the development of human pharmaceutical protein production systems in various bioreactors such as plants, insects and microorganisms. Especially, we are focusing on the glycosylation that affects the drug efficacy. Our challenge is to produce human friendly-recombinant pharmaceutical proteins with basic glycoscience and glycoengineering.
    We are in progress toward discovery of microorganisms with new and remarkable potentials with the international cooperation among Southeast Asian countries in the aspects of research and educational advancement.

    Biomolecular Science and Engineering Area [Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research]

    Professor NAGAI Takeharu   Associate Professor MATSUDA Tomoki   Assistant Professor ARAI Yoshiyuki   Assistant Professor NAKANO Masahiro
    In order to understand principle how biological functions exert, which leads drug discovery or tailor-made medicine, information about spatiotemporal dynamics of each biomolecule is indispensable. To this end, our laboratory is developing genetically encoded indicators and new optical microscope systems.


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