Laboratory for Biological Motility

論文
1. Movement of vesicles in cytoplasmic streaming in plasmodium; Honda, H., Sakuma, T., Saeki, N., Takamatu, K. and Matsuno, K.: Biochem. Biophys. Res. Com. 172, 1236-1238. (1990)

2. Informational aspects of actomyosin complex; Matsuno, K. and Honda, H.: CRC Crit. Rev. Biomed. Eng. 18, 311-322. (1991)

3. Contribution of temperature gradient to aggregation of thermal hetero-copolymers of amino acids in aqueous milieu; Imai, E., Shirasawa, J., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Origins Life Evol. Biosphere, 21, 243-249. (1991)

4. Propagation of force and the induced bending displacement along eukaryotic flagellar axoneme; Imai E., Watanabe, A., Hajime, H. Matsuno K.: BioSystems, 26, 223-230, (1992)

5. Catalytic accretion of thermal heterocomplex molecules from amino acids in aqueous milieu; Honda, H., Maezawa M., Imai, E. and Matsuno, K.: Origins Life Evol. Biosphere, 23, 177-183. (1993)

6. ATP hydrolysis and sliding movement of actomyosin complex in the presence of ethanol; HATORI, K., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: J. Biochem., 117 [264-266], (1995)

7. Slow and macroscopic modulation of thermal fluctuations in myofibrils; HONDA, H., NAGAO, S., HATORI, K., MATSUNO, K.: Biophys. Chem., 54 [61-66], (1995)

8. Adsorption of monomers on microspherical structures of thermal hetero-complex molecules from amino acids; HONDA, H., SAKURAZAWA, S., KIMURA, H., IMAI, E., MATSUNO. K.: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 25, [443-455], (1995)

9. Decorating actin filaments with troponin T-I complexes and acceleration of their sliding movement on myosin molecules; HONDA, H., TAMURA, T., HATORI, K., MATSUNO, K.: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1251, [43-47] (1995)

10. Thermal analysis of thermal heterocopolymerization of amino acids; IMAI, E., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Viva Origino 23, [10-11] (1995)

11. Shell structures made of thermal heterocomplex molecules from amino acids; SUGIYAMA, T., SAKURAZAWA, S., IMAI, E., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Viva Origino 23, [12-13] (1995)

12. A hystearisis ex-hibited by thermal heterocomples molecules from amino acids; SAKURAZAWA, S., HANEDA, T., HONDA, H., IMAI, E., MATSUNO, K.: Viva Origino 23, [14-15] (1995)

13. Thermal properties and thermal products of amino acids; IMAI, E., SAKURAZAWA, S., HONDA, H., MATUSNO, K.: Viva Origino 24, [159-170] (1996)

14. Dual role of tropomyosin on chemically modi-fied actin filaments from skeletal muscle; HONDA, H., KITANO, Y., HATORI, K., MATSUNO, K.: FEBS Letters 383, [55-58] (1996)

15. ATP-de-pendent fluctuations of single actin filaments in vitro; HATORI, K., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 58, [267-272] (1996)

16. Communicative interaction of myosins along an actin filament in the presence of ATP; HATORI, K., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 60, [149-152] (1996)

17. Formation mechanism of shell structure from thermal heterocomplex molecules of amino acids; SAKURAZAWA, S., HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Viva Origino 24, [30-31] (1996)

18. Evolutionary implications of thermal heterocomplex molecules from amino acids; MATSUNO, K., IMAI, E.,HONDA, H.: Viva Origino 24, [32-33] (1996)

19. Thermal copolymerization of amino acids and hydrolysis of the products; ARIKAWA, Y., IMAI, E.,HONDA, H., MATSUNO, K.: Viva Origino 24, [28-29] (1996)

20. Microcapsule Formation of Self-Assembly of Thermal Heterocomplex Molecules from Amino Acids; Sakurazawa, S., Imai, E., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K., Colloid and polymer Science, 274, 899-903 (1996)

21. Regulated Crosslinked Actin Filaments and the Decoupling between their ATPase Activity and Sliding Motility; Honda, H., Tagami, N., Hatori, K. and Matsuno, K.: J. Biochem. 121, 47-49 (1997)

22. pH dependent precipitation of nano-particles from thermal hetero complex molecules of amino acids; Tsuchizawa, K., Ishimori, T., Sakurazawa, S., Imai, E., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Viva Origino 25, [16] (1997)

23. Behaviors of Thermal Heterocomplex Molecules of Amino Acids in the Presence of Metal Ions; Wakamura, K., Imai, E., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Viva Origino 25, [17] (1997)

24. Long-Time Relaxation of Thermal Heterocomplex Molecules and Their Local Pattern Formation in a Non-Equilibrium System; Sakurazawa, S., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Viva Origino 25, [32] (1997)

25. Self-Assembly of Nano-Particles from Thermal Heterocomplex Molecules of Amino Acids; Tsuchizawa, K., T., Sakurazawa, S., Hatori, K., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Viva Origino 25, [16] (1997)

26. Autocatalytic Oligopeptide Synthesis in a Flow Reactor Simulating Submarine Hydrothermal Vents; Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Viva Origino 25 [289-296] (1997)

27. Diffusion Controlled Formation of Husk-Like Microcapsules; Sakurazawa, S., Imai, E., Hatori, K., Honda, H. and Matsuno, K.: Colloid and Polymer Science 275, [502-] (1997)

28. Staggered movement of an actin filament sliding on myosin molecules in the presence of ATP; Hatori, K., Honda, H., Shimada, K. and Matsuno, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 70, [241-245] (1998)

29. Propagation of a signal coordinating force generation along an actin filament in actomyosin complexes; Hatori, K., Honda, H., Shimada, K. and Matsuno, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 75, [81-85] (1998)

30. Autocatalytic synthesis of oligoglycine in a simulated submarine hydrothermal system; Imai E, Honda H, Hatori K, Matsuno K.: Orig. Life Evol. Biosph. 29(3), [249-59] (1999)

31. Elongation of Oligopeptides in a Simulated Submarine Hydrothermal System; Imai, E., Honda, H., Hatori, K., Brack, A. and Matsuno, K.: Science 283, [831-833] (1999)

32. Contractile and protractile coordination within an actin filament sliding on myosin molecules; Honda, H., Hatori, K., Igarashi Y., Shimada, K. and Matsuno, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 80, [139-143] (1999).

33. Onset of the Sliding Movement of an Actin Filament on Myosin Molecules: From Isotropic to Anisotropic Fluctuations; Hatori, K., Honda, H., Shimada, K. and Matsuno, K.: Biophysical Chemistry 82, [29-33] (1999).

34. Fixation of Carbon Dioxide in Hydrothermal Environments: Synthesis of Formic and Acetic Acids; Ryu Terada, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Viva Origino 27, [199-207] (1999).

35. Cell Motility and Thermodynamic Fluctuations Tailoring Quantum Mechanics for Biology; Koichiro Matsuno, Hajime Honda and Kuniyuki Hatori: BioSystems, (2000) in press.

36. Synthesizing Oligomers from Monomeric Nucleotides in Simulated Hydrothermal Environments; Hiroshi Ogasawara, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 30, [519-526] (2000).

37. Hydrothermal Circulation of Seawater through Hot Vents and its Autocatalytic Imprinting on Prebiotic Synthesis; Yoshiaki Ogata, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 30, [527-537] (2000).

38. Prebiotic Oligomerization on or inside Lipid Vesicles in Hydrothermal Environments; Hideaki Tsukahara, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 32, [13-21] (2001).

39. Isomerization of Alanine in a Simulating Submarine Hydrothermal Systems; Atsusi Nemoto, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Viva Origino 29,(No.4), [168-173] (2001).

40. Longitudinal Distortions and Transversal Fluctuations of an Actin Filament Sliding on Myosin Molecules; HAJIME HONDA, KENJI KIKUCHI, KUNIYUKI HATORI, EI-ICHI IMAI, KATSUHIKO SHIMADA and KOICHIRO MATSUNO: Journal of Biological physics, 28, [359-365] (2002).

41. Amplification of Diverse Catalytic Properties of Evolving Molecules in a Simulated Hydro-thermal Environment; Shinnosuke Yokoyama, Akihiro Koyama, Atsushi nemoto, Hajime Honda, Ei-ichi Imai, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 33, 589-595 (2003).

42. Enhancement of the sliding velocity of actin filaments in the presence of ATP analogue: AMP-PNP; Jun’ichi Sakamaki, Hajime Honda, Ei’ichi Imai, Kuniyuki Hatori, Katsuhiko Shimada and Koichiro Matsuno: Biophyscal Chemistry, (2003) Vol 105/1 pp 59-66.

43. Transition from contractile to protractile distortions occurring along an actin filament sliding on myosin molecules; K. Hatori, Jun’ichi Sakamaki, Hajime Honda, Ei’ichi Imai, Katsuhiko Shimada and Koichiro Matsuno: Biophyscal Chemistry, (2004) Vol. 107/3 pp 283-288.

44. Phosphorylation of Nuceotide Molecules in Hydrothermal Environments; Keita Ozawa, Atsu-shi Nemoto, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori, and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of Biosphere, (2004) 34, 465-471.

45. Transforming the staggered fluctuations of an actin filament into its unidirectional movement; K. Hatori, Y. Okeno, H. Honda, K. Shimada and K. Matsuno: Biophyscal Chemistry, 107 (2004) 283-288.

46. Enhancing the staggered fluctuations of an actin filament sliding on Chara myosin; Hatori, K., Okeno, Y., Honda, H., Shimada, K., Matsuno, K., (2004) Biophysical Chemistry, 109 3, Pages 345-350.

47. Significance of kinetic degrees of freedom in operation of the actomyosin motor; Hatori, K., Tamura, T., Kawano, K., Tamura, M., Honda, H. (2004) BioSystems, 78 1-3, Pages 149-153.

48. Evolving Lipid Vesicles in Prebiotic Hydrothermal Environments; Ryo Furuuchi, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori, and Koichiro Matsuno*: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, (2005) 35, 333-343.

49. Enantiomeric Excess of Amino Acids in Hydrothermal Environments; Atsushi Nemoto, Mi-nako Horie, Ei-ichi Imai, Hajime Honda, Kuniyuki Hatori and Koichiro Matsuno: Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, (2005) 35, 167-174.

50. Fourier's law of heat transfer and its implication to cell motility; Kawaguchi, T., Honda, H., Hatori, K., Imai, E.-I., Matsuno, K. (2005) BioSystems, 81 1, Pages 19-24.


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