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2016
Nakamura Y. et al. (2016) Switching of the positive feedback for RAS activation by a concerted function of SOS membrane association domains. 13, 1-11.
Komatsu H. et al. (2016) Genetic analysis of revertants isolated from the rod-fragile fliF mutant of Salmonella. 13, 13-25.
Takano Y. et al. (2016) Density functional study of molecular interactions in secondary structures of proteins. 13, 27-35.
Yamato I. et al. (2016) Operating principles of rotary molecular motors: differences between F1 and V1 motors. 13, 37-44.
Kinjo AR. (2016) A unified statistical model of protein multiple sequence alignment integrating direct coupling and insertions. 13, 45-62.
Iizuka R. et al. (2016) Chaperonin GroEL uses asymmetric and symmetric reaction cycles in response to the concentration of non-native substrate proteins. 13, 63-69.
Okamoto A. et al. (2016) Cation-limited kinetic model for microbial extracellular electron transport via an outer membrane cytochrome C complex. 13, 71-76.
Tanaka W. et al. (2016) Molecular mechanisms of substrate specificities of uridine-cytidine kinase. 13, 77-84.
Yura K. (2016) Preface of Special Issue "Protein-Ligand Interactions". 13, 85-86.
Ishii K. et al. (2016) Mass spectrometric analysis of protein_ligand interactions. 13, 87-95.
Iakovou G. et al. (2016) Determination of locked interfaces in biomolecular complexes using Haptimol_RD. 13, 97-103.
Uchikoga N. et al. (2016) Specificity of broad protein interaction surfaces for proteins with multiple binding partners. 13, 105-115.
Taguchi J. et al. (2016) Dynamic profile analysis to characterize dynamics-driven allosteric sites in enzymes. 13, 117-126.
Suzuki Y. et al. (2016) Conformational shift in the closed state of GroEL induced by ATP-binding triggers a transition to the open state. 13, 127-134.
Oda M. et al. (2016) Effects of substrate conformational strain on binding kinetics of catalytic antibodies. 13, 135-138.
Nakamura T. et al. (2016) Effects of the difference in similarity measures on the comparison of ligand-binding pockets using a reduced vector representation of pockets. 13, 139-147.
Okuno T. et al. (2016) Importance of consensus region of multiple-ligand templates in a virtual screening method. 13, 149-156.
Yamada KD. et al. (2016) Structural characterization of single nucleotide variants at ligand binding sites and enzyme active sites of human proteins. 13, 157-163.
Imai H. et al. (2016) Amino acid residues of bitter taste receptor TAS2R16 that determine sensitivity in primates to -glycosides. 13, 165-171.
Kim OT. et al. (2016) In silico studies for the interaction of tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-) with different saponins from Vietnamese ginseng (Panax vietnamesis). 13, 173-180.
Sakano T. et al. (2016) Molecular dynamics analysis to evaluate docking pose prediction. 13, 181-194.
Kotera M. et al. (2016) Metabolic pathway reconstruction strategies for central metabolism and natural product biosynthesis. 13, 195-205.
Kasahara K. et al. (2016) myPresto/omegagene: a GPU-accelerated molecular dynamics simulator tailored for enhanced conformational sampling methods with a non-Ewald electrostatic scheme. 13, 209-216.
Nakagome K. et al. (2016) Model simulation of the SPOC wave in a bundle of striated myofibrils. 13, 217-226.
Onoue Y. et al. (2016) Domain-based biophysical characterization of the structural and thermal stability of FliG, an essential rotor component of the Na+-driven flagellar motor. 13, 227-233.
Furuike Y. et al. (2016) Accelerating in vitro studies on circadian clock systems using an automated sampling device. 13, 235-241.
Yura K. et al. (2016) Memorial Issue for Professor Nobuhiko Saito. 13, 243.
Yura K. (2016) Obituary: Nobuhiko Saito, a man who understood protein folding in his own way 13,245-247.
Go M. (2016) Professor Nobuhiko Saito's contribution to statistical mechanics of biopolymers. 13, 249-250.
Kobayashi Y. (2016) Statistical mechanics of protein structural transitions: Insights from the island model. 13, 251-262.
Wako H. et al. (2016) Characterization of protein folding by a -value calculation with a statistical-mechanical model. 13, 263-279.
Sasai M. et al. (2016) Cooperativity and modularity in protein folding. 13, 281-293.
Ota M. et al. (2016) Itinerary profiling to analyze a large number of protein-folding trajectories. 13, 295-304.
Mitaku S. et al. (2016) What parameters characterize "life"? 13, 305-310.
Sato R. et al. (2016) Theoretical analyses on a flipping mechanism of UV-induced DNA damage. 13, 311-319.
Shibata K. et al. (2016) Actin binding domain of filamin distinguishes posterior from anterior actin filaments in migrating Dictyostelium cells. 13, 321-331.
2015
Oda K. et al. (2015) Physicochemical origin of high correlation between thermal stability of a protein and its packing efficiency: a theoretical study for staphylococcal nuclease mutants. 12, 1-12.
Okuda S. et al. (2015) Three-dimensional vertex model for simulating multicellular morphogenesis. 12, 13-20.
Nakashima H. et al. (2015) The molecular dynamics of crawling migration in microtubule-disrupted keratocytes. 12, 21-29.
Koshiba T. et al. (2015) Protein-protein interactions of mitochondrial-associated protein via bioluminescence resonance energy transfer. 12, 31-35.
Furutani Y. et al. (2015) Specific interactions between alkali metal cations and the KcsA channel studied using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy. 12, 37-45.
Kanamori E. et al. (2015) Structural comparison between the open and closed forms of citrate synthase from Thermus thermophilus HB8. 12, 47-56.
Tomono T. et al. (2015) Investigation of glycan evolution based on a comprehensive analysis of glycosyltransferases using phylogenetic profiling. 12, 57-68.
Yanagisawa Y. et al. (2015) Time-resolved chemiluminescence of firefly luciferin generated by dissolving oxygen in deoxygenated dimethyl sulfoxide containing potassium tert-butoxide. 12, 69-78.
Morikawa M. et al. (2015) Subattomole detection of adiponectin in urine by ultrasensitive ELISA coupled with thio-NAD cycling. 12, 79-86.
Wazawa T. et al. (2015) Rotational motion of rhodamine 6G tethered to actin through oligo(ethylene glycol) linkers studied by frequency-domain fluorescence anisotropy. 12, 87-102.
Aoto S. et al. (2015) Case study on the evolution of hetero-oligomer interfaces based on the differences in paralogous proteins 12, 103-116.
Kinjo AR. et al. (2015) Liquid-theory analogy of direct-coupling analysis of multiple-sequence alignment and its implications for protein structure prediction. 12, 117-119.
Kurihara M. et al. (2015) "Microbial rhodopsins: wide distribution, rich diversity and great potential." 12, 121-129.
Watanabe G. et al. (2015) Analysis of water channels by molecular dynamics simulation of heterotetrameric sarcosine oxidase. 12, 131-138.
Yamada D. et al. (2015) Structural role of two histidines in the (6-4) photolyase reaction. 12, 139-144.
Mtsuo T. et al. (2015) Structures of the troponin core domain containing the cardiomyopathy-causing mutants studied by small-angle X-ray scattering. 12, 145-158.
Yamagishi M. et al. (2015) Effects of serotonin on the heartbeat of pond snails in a hunger state. 11, 1-5.
Ito E. (2015) Preface of Special Issue TRP channels: their functional roles in medical sciences. 11, 7-8.
Lin YW. et al. (2015) Electrophysiological characteristics of IB4-negative TRPV1-expressing muscle afferent DRG neurons. 11, 9-16.
Ho JC. et al. (2015) TRP channels in skin: from physiological implications to clinical significances. 11, 17-24.
Hsu WL. et al. (2015) Role of TRP channels in the induction of heat shock proteins (Hsps) by heating skin. 11, 25-32.
Ito E. et al. (2015) Thermodynamic implications of high Q10 of thermoTRP channels in living cells. 11, 33-38.
Mahaputra Wijaya IM. et al. (2015) FTIR study of CPD photolyase with substrate in single strand DNA. 11, 39-45.
Ikezaki K. et al. (2015) Lever arm extension of myosin VI is unnecessary for the adjacent binding state. 11, 47-53.
Dyakonova V. et al. (2015) The activity of isolated snail neurons controlling locomotion is affected by glucose. 11, 55-60.
Katayama K. et al. (2015) FTIR study of primate color visual pigments. 11, 61-66.
Fujii S. et al. (2015) In vitro directed evolution of alpha-hemolysin by liposome display. 11, 67-72.
Watanabe T. et al. (2015) A new antigenic marker specifically labels a subpopulation of the class II Kenyon cells in the brain of the European honeybee Apis mellifera. 11, 73-77.
Mukaiyama A. et al. (2015) A protocol for preparing nucleotide-free KaiC monomer. 11, 79-34.
Kajita MK. et al. (2015) Experimental and theoretical bases for mechanisms of antigen discrimination by T cells. 11, 85-92.
Motojima F. et al. (2015) How do chaperonins fold protein? 11, 93-102.
Yanaka S. et al. (2015) Revealing the peptide presenting process of human leukocyte antigen through the analysis of fluctuation. 11, 103-106.
Oda K. et al. (2015) Physicochemical origin of high correlation between thermal stability of a protein and its packing efficiency: a theoretical study for staphylococcal nuclease mutants. 12, 1-12.
2014
Yamazaki Y. et al. (2014) Mapping of the local environmental changes in proteins by cysteine scanning. 10, 1-7.
Qin ZJ. et al. (2014) -helix formation rate of oligopeptides at subzero temperatures. 10, 9-13.
Arai H. et al. (2014) Optimal terminal sequences for continuous or serial isothermal amplification of dsRNA with norovirus RNA replicase. 10, 15-23.
Fujisawa J. et al. (2014) Uncovering the mechanism for selective control of the visible and near-IR absorption bands in bacteriochlorophylls a, b and g. 10, 25-34.
Nakamura S. et al. (2014) Effect of the MotB(D33N) mutation on stator assembly and rotation of the proton-driven bacterial flagellar motor. 10, 35-41.
Fujiwara K. et al. (2014) Reconstitution of intracellular environments in vitro and in artificial cells 10, 43-48.
Watabe S. et al. (2014) Ultrasensitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) of proteins by combination with the thio-NAD cycling method. 10, 49-54.
Sharma H. et al. (2014) Familial clustering of mice consistent to known pedigrees enabled by the genome profiling (GP) method. 10, 55-62.
Hashimoto H. et al. (2014) Structural and mutation studies of two DNA demethylation related glycosylases: MBD4 and TDG. 10, 63-68.
Fujita K. et al. (2014) Myosin V is a biological Brownian machine. 10, 69-75.
Takigami S. et al. (2014) Morphological and physiological characteristics of dermal photoreceptors in Lymnaea stagnalis. 10, 77-88.
Katayama E. (2014) 3-D structural analysis of the crucial intermediate of skeletal muscle myosin and its role in revised actomyosin cross-bridge cycle 10, 89-97.
Nishikawa K. et al. (2014) Cooperation between phenotypic plasticity and genetic mutations can account for the cumulative selection in evolution. 10, 99-108.
Itoh H. et al. (2014) Microscopic heat pulse-induced calcium dynamics in single WI-38 fibroblasts. 10, 109-119.
Sunada H. et al. (2014) Electrophysiological characteristics of feeding-related neurons after taste avoidance Pavlovian conditioning in Lymnaea stagnalis. 10, 121-133.
2013
Kobayashi E. et al. (2013) Distinct conformation of ATP molecule in solution and on protein. 9, 1-12.
Maruta T. et al. (2013) Single turnovers of fluorescent ATP bound to bipolar myosin filament during actin filaments sliding. 9, 13-20.
Abe-Yoshizumi R. et al. (2013) Expression, purification and biochemical characterization of the cytoplasmic loop of PomA, a stator component of the Na driven flagellar motor. 9, 21-29.
Nakamura T. et al. (2013) Mechanism of the nucleotidyl-transfer reaction in DNA polymerase revealed by time-resolved protein crystallography. 9, 31-36.
Kinoshita M. et al. (2013) Characterization of the ordered phase formed by sphingomyelin analogues and cholesterol binary mixtures. 9, 37-49.
Watanabe R. (2013) Rotary catalysis of F0F1-ATP synthase. 9, 51-56.
Kato HE. et al. (2013) Crystal structure of channelrhodopsin, a light-gated cation channel - all cations lead through the monomer. 9, 57-61.
Moriya N. et al. (2013) Role of the Dc domain of the bacterial hook protein FlgE in hook assembly and function. 9, 63-72.
Itabashi T. et al. (2013) Responses of chromosome segregation machinery to mechanical perturbations. 9, 73-78.
Tomisawa S. et al. (2013) A new approach to detect small peptides clearly and sensitively by Western blotting using a vacuum-assisted detection method. 9, 79-83.
Nagata T. et al. (2013) Contribution of a visual pigment absorption spectrum to a visual function: depth perception in a jumping spider. 9, 85-89.
Toyabe S. et al. (2013) Experimental thermodynamics of single molecular motor. 9, 91-98.
Matsuo T. et al. (2013) Difference in hydration structures between F-actin and myosin subfragment-1 detected by small-angle X-ray and neutron scattering. 9, 99-106.
Toyabe S. et al. (2013) Information-to-free-energy conversion: Utilizing thermal fluctuations. 9, 107-112.
Kawabata T. et al. (2013) LigandBox: A database for 3D structures of chemical compounds. 9, 113-121.
Furutani Y. et al. (2013) Development of a rapid Buffer-exchange system for time-resolved ATR-FTIR spectroscopy with the step-scan mode. 9, 123-129.
Kobayashi K. et al. (2013) Recent structural studies on Dom34/aPelota and Hbs1/aEF1: important factors for solving general problems of ribosomal stall in translation. 9, 131-140.
Ishikawa T. (2013) 3D structure of eukaryotic flagella/cilia by cryo-electron tomography. 9, 141-148.
Aoki T. et al. (2013) Single molecule FRET observation of kinesin-1's head-tail interaction on microtubule. 9, 149-159.
Otsuka E. et al. (2013) Increase in cyclic AMP concentration in a cerebral giant interneuron mimics part of a memory trace for conditioned taste aversion of the pond snail. 9, 161-166.
Fukuda T. et al. (2013) Detection of a protein-bound water vibration of halorhodopsin in aqueous solution. 9, 167-172.
Castillo DJ. et al. (2013) The C-terminal periplasmic domain of MotB is responsible for load-dependent control of the number of stators of the bacterial flagellar motor. 9, 173-181.
Yoshoka T. et al. (2013) Physical aspects of sensory transduction on seeing, hearing and smelling. 9, 183-191.
2012
Kmiguri J. et al. (2012) Contraction behaviors of Vorticella sp. stalk investigated using high-speed video camera. I: Nucleation and growth model. 8, 1-9.
Kmiguri J. et al. (2012) Contraction behaviors of Vorticella sp. stalk investigated using high-speed video camera. II: Viscosity effect of several types of polymer additives. 8, 11-19.
Jia Y. et al. (2012) Flow birefringence property of desmin filaments. 8, 21-25.
Mitsui T. et al. (2012) Theory of muscle contraction mechanism with cooperative interaction among crossbridges. 8, 27-39.
Murakami Y. et al. (2012) Rigor of cell fate decision by variable p53 pulses and roles of cooperative gene expression by p53. 8, 41-50.
Taniguchi Y. et al. (2012) Mechanical unfolding studies of protein molecules. 8, 51-58.
Fukuoka H. et al. (2012) Coordinated regulation of multiple flagellar motors by the Escherichia coli chemotaxis system. 8, 59-66.
Haashi K. et al. (2012) Measurements of the driving forces of bio-motors using the fluctuation theorem. 8, 67-72.
Watanabe R. et al. (2012) Chemomechanical coupling of F1-ATPase under hydrolysis conditions. 8, 73-78.
Kinjyo AR. et al. (2012) GIRAF: a method for fast search and flexible alignment of ligand binding interfaces in proteins at atomic resolution. 8, 79-94.
Mizuno H. et al. (2012) mDia1 and formins: screw cap of the actin filament. 8, 95-102.
Morita EH. et al. (2012) Comparative study of the different mechanisms for zinc ion stress sensing in two cyanobacterial strains, Synechococcus sp. PCC 7942 and Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. 8, 103-109.
Hayashi S. et al. (2012) Extraction and purification of a luminiferous substance from the luminous mushroom Mycena chlorophos. 8, 111-114.
Hayashi T. et al. (2012) Full-Quantum chemical calculation of the absorption maximum of bacteriorhodopsin: a comprehensive analysis of the amino acid residues contributing to the opsin shift. 8, 115-125.
Du S. et al. (2012) A scoring function based on solvation thermodynamics for protein structure prediction. 8, 127-138.
Higo J. et al. (2012) Virtual states introduced for overcoming entropic barriers in conformational space. 8, 139-144.
Kayama M. et al. (2012) Mechanistic insights from the recent structures of the CRM1 nuclear export complex and its disassembly intermediate. 8, 145-150.
Mitsui T. et al. (2012) Proposed model for the flagellar rotary motor with shear stress transmission. 8, 151-162.
Yoshida R. (2012) Self-oscillating gels beating like a heart muscle. 8, 163-172.
Nishimura M. et al. (2012) Phase dependency of long-term potentiation induction during the intermittent bursts of carbachol-induced oscillation in rat hippocampal slices. 8, 173-181.
2011
Shiba R. et al. (2011) Systematic alanine insertion reveals the essential regions that encode structure formation and activity of dihydrofolate reductase. 7, 1-10.
Honda H. et al. (2011) Two-dimensional periodic texture of actin filaments formed upon drying. 7, 11-19.
Iwamoto H. (2011) Structure, function and evolution of insect flight muscle. 7, 21-28.
Jia Y. et al. (2011) Limited digestion of -actinin in the presence of F-actin. 7, 29-34.
Kitagawa C. et al. (2011) Roles of the C-terminal residues of calmodulin in structure and function. 7, 35-49.
Sudo Y. et al. (2011) Functional expression of a two-transmembrane HtrII protein using cell-free synthesis. 7, 51-58.
Koike M. et al. (2011) Characterization of the flagellar motor composed of functional GFP-fusion derivatives of FliG in the Na+-driven polar flagellum of Vibrio alginolyticus. 7, 59-67.
Mizuno T. et al. (2011) Staurosporine induces lamellipodial widening in locomoting fish keratocytes by abolishing the gradient from radial extension of leading edge. 7, 69-75.
Sugawara. et al. (2011) Chemophoresis as a driving force for intracellular organization: Theory and application to plasmid partitioning. 7, 77-88.
Iwata T. et al. (2011) Light-induced structural changes of the LOV2 domains in various phototropins revealed by FTIR spectroscopy. 7, 89-98.
Gerle C. (2011) Stabilization of Fo/Vo/Ao by a radial electric field 7, 99-104.
Yoshii N. et al. (2011) Kinetics of binding and diffusivity of leucine-enkephalin in large unilamellar vesicle by pulsed-field-gradient 1H NMR in situ. 7, 105-111.
Yoshidome T. (2011) Importance of water entropy in rotation mechanism of F1-ATPase. 7, 113-122.
Miyakawa T. et al. (2011) Regulatory mechanism of abscisic acid signaling. 7, 123-128.
Tsukazaki T. et al. (2011) The mechanism of protein export enhancement by the SecDF membrane component. 7, 129-133.
2010
Sato T. et al. (2010) Actin oligomers at the initial stage of polymerization induced by increasing temperature at low ionic strength: Study with small-angle X-ray scattering. 6, 1-11.
Matsuo T. et al. (2010) X-ray fiber diffraction modeling of structural changes of the thin filament upon activation of live vertebrate skeletal muscles. 6, 13-26.
Nishikawa K. et al. (2010) Molecular modeling of the HAMP domain of sensory rhodopsin II transducer from Natronomonas pharaonis. 6, 27-36.
Kitagawa T. et al. (2010) Modeling of the gap junction of pancreatic -cells and the robustness of insulin secretion. 6, 37-51.
Sakata M. et al. (2010) Estimation for diameter of superparamagnetic particles in Daphnia resting eggs. 6, 53-57.
Haruyama T. et al. (2010) Inhibition of thermophilic F1-ATPase by the subunit takes different path from the ADP-Mg inhibition. 6, 59-65.
Watanabe HC. et al. (2010) Molecular mechanism of long-range synergetic color tuning between multiple amino acid residues in conger rhodopsin. 6, 67-78.
2009
Maeno A. et al. (2009) The pressure-temperature phase diagram of hen lysozyme at low pH. 5, 1-9.
Majima T. (2009) Load-dependent sliding direction change of a myosin head on an actin molecule and its energetic aspects: Energy borrowing model of a cross-bridge cycle. 5, 11-24.
Futagawa A. et al. (2009) Stochastic emergence of multiple intermediates detected by single-molecule quasi-static mechanical unfolding of protein. 5, 25-35.
Kinjo AR. et al. (2009) Profile conditional random fields for modeling protein families with structural information. 5, 37-44.
Sudo Y. et al. (2009) Comparative study of the ion flux pathway in stator units of proton- and sodium-driven flagellar motors. 5, 45-52.
Nishikita K. (2009) Natively unfolded proteins: An overview. 5, 53-58.
Suda H. et al. (2009) Analyzing observed or hidden heterogeneity on survival and mortality in an isogenic C. elegans cohort. 5, 59-66.
2008
Kinoshita M. et al. (2008) Intermolecular interaction of phosphatidylinositol with the lipid raft molecules sphingomyelin and cholesterol. 4, 1-9.
Taniguchi Y. et al. (2008) The forward and backward stepping processes of kinesin are gated by ATP binding. 4, 11-18.
Nishioka H. et al. (2008) Correlation between square of electron tunneling matrix element and donor-acceptor distance in fluctuating protein media. 4, 19-28.
Akasaka K. et al. (2008) Pressure acceleration of proteolysis: A general mechanism. 4, 29-32.
2007
Shinoda K. et al. (2007) Retention of local conformational compactness in unfolding of barnase; Contribution of end-to-end interactions within quasi-modules. 3, 1-12.
Fukuhara N. et al. (2007) Prediction of interacting proteins from homology-modeled complex structures using sequence and structure scores. 3, 13-26.
Patil A. et al. (2007) The role of charged surface residues in the binding ability of small hubs in protein-protein interaction networks. 3, 27-35.
Sawada R. et al. (2007) Ratio of membrane proteins in total proteomes of prokaryota. 3, 37-45.
Suzuki S. et al. (2007) Insight into the sequence specificity of a probe on an Affymetrix GeneChip by titration experiments using only one oligonucleotide. 3, 47-56.
Irisa M. et al. (2007) Stereoscopic viewing system for proteins using OpenRasmol: a tool for displaying a filament of proteins. 3, 57-61.
Miyauchi T. et al. (2007) Rho small GTPase regulates the stability of individual focal adhesions: a FRET-based visualization of GDP/GTP exchange on small GTPases. 3, 63-73.
Kinjo AR. et al. (2007) Similarity search for local protein structures at atomic resolution by exploiting a database management system. 3, 75-84.
2006
Watanabe YS. et al. (2006) Generation of a flexible loop structural ensemble and its application to induced-fit structural changes following ligand binding. 2, 1-12.
Nara I. et al. (2006) Processivity of kinesin motility is enhanced on increasing temperature. 2, 13-21.
Iwaoka M. et al. (2006) Possible roles of S-O and S-N interactions in the functions and evolution of phospholipase A2. 2, 23-34.
Danev R. et al. (2006) Applicability of thin film phase plates in biological electron microscopy. 2, 35-43.
Yahata N. et al. (2006) Roles of charged residues in pH-dependent redox properties of cytochrome c3 from Desulfovibrio vulgaris Miyazaki F. 2, 45-56.
Fuchino Y. et al. (2006) Photochemical and photophysical properties of carotenoid immobilized on a surfactant micellar medium including chlorophyll as an artificial photosynthesis system. 2, 57-61.
Suzuki T. et al. (2006) Inherent characteristics of gene expression for buffering environmental changes without the corresponding transcriptional regulations. 2, 63-70.
2005
Kitamura K. et al. (2005) Mechanism of muscle contraction based on stochastic properties of single actomyosin motors observed in vitro. 1, 1-19.
Patil A. et al. (2005) HINT: a database of annotated protein-protein interactions and their homologs. 1, 21-24.
Furusawa C. et al. (2005) Ubiquity of log-normal distributions in intra-cellular reaction dynamics. 1, 25-31.
Metsugi S. et al. (2005) Sequence analysis of the gliding protein Gli349 in Mycoplasma mobile. 1, 33-43.
Noda N. et al. (2005) Fluctuation of actin sliding over myosin thick filaments in vitro. 1, 45-53.
Imai K. et al. (2005) Mechanisms of secondary structure breakers in soluble proteins. 1, 55-65.
Kinjo AR. et al. (2005) Predicting secondary structures, contact numbers, and residue-wise contact orders of native protein structures from amino acid sequences using critical random networks. 1, 67-74.