Biophysics and Physicobiology

The Biophysical Society of Japan.

Paper Award on Biophysics and Physicobiology

BPPB has set two paper awards, namely
Award for Outstanding Biophysics and Physicobiology Paper and
Biophysics and Physicobiology Editors' Choice Award.
The detail of the award is explained below.

Award for Outstanding Biophysics and Physicobiology Paper

This award is given by the Biophysical Society of Japan to authors who contributed to the advancement of biophysics and to BPPB journal and its predecessor, BIOPHYSICS journal. The Society selects an article among papers that were published during a specific time span before the year of the award and have an established reputation. The award will go to a groundbreaking article of which importance has been recognized.

Guidelines for the Biophysics and Physicobiology (BPPB) Awards

Awardees:

2017 T. Kawabata et al., (2013) LigandBox: A database for 3D structures of chemical compounds. 9: 113-121.
2016 Y. Sudo, et al., (2009) Comparative study of the ion flux pathway in stator units of proton- and sodium-driven flagellar motors. 5: 45-52.
2015 T. Hayashi, 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.
2014 R. Kinjyo, et al., (2007) Similarity search for local protein structures at atomic resolution by exploiting a database management system. 3: 75-84.
2013 S. Metsugi, et al., (2005) Sequence analysis of the gliding protein Gli349 in Mycoplasma mobile. 1:33-43.
2012 C. Furukawa, et al, (2005) Ubiquity of log-normal distributions in intra-cellular reaction dynamics. 1: 25-31.

Biophysics and Physicobiology Editors' Choice Award

This award is given by the Biophysical Society of Japan to authors of the manuscript on BPPB who made a scientifically unique contribution to biophysics. The Editorial Board selects an article among papers that were published last year. The award will go to an article which caught the eyes of the an editor.

Guidelines for the Biophysics and Physicobiology Editors' Choice Awards

Awardees:

2017
G. Iakovou, et al., Determination of locked interfaces in biomolecular complexes using Haptimol_RD. 13: 97-103.
Y. Suzuki, et al., Conformational shift in the closed state of GroEL induced by ATP-binding triggers a transition to the open state. 13: 127-134.
K. Nakagome, et al., Model simulation of the SPOC wave in a bundle of striated myofibrils. 13: 217-226.
R. Sato, et al., Theoretical Analyses on a Flipping Mechanism of UV-Induced DNA Damage. 13: 311-319.
2016
Y. -W. Lin, et al., Electrophysiological characteristics of IB4-negative TRPV1-expressing muscle afferent DRG neurons. 11: 9-16.
K. Ikezaki, et al., Lever arm extension of myosin VI is unnecessary for the adjacent binding state. 11: 47-53.
Y. Furutani, et al., Specific interactions between alkali metal cations and the KcsA channel studied using ATR-FTIR spectroscopy. 12: 37-45.
T. Matsuo, et al., Structures of the Troponin Core Domain Containing the Cardiomyopathy-Causing Mutants Studied by Small-Angle X-ray Scattering. 12: 145-158.
2015
Y. Yamazaki, et al., Mapping of the local environmental changes in proteins by cysteine scanning. 10: 1-7.
H. Itoh, et al., Microscopic heat pulse-induced calcium dynamics in single WI-38 fibroblasts. 10: 109-119.
H. Sunada, et al., Electrophysiological characteristics of feeding-related neurons after taste avoidance Pavlovian conditioning in Lymnaea stagnalis. 10: 121-133.
2014
T. Maruta, et al., Single turnovers of fluorescent ATP bound to bipolar myosin filament during actin filaments sliding. 9: 13-20.
Y. Furutani, et al., Development of a rapid Buffer-exchange system for time-resolved ATR-FTIR spectroscopy with the step-scan mode. 9: 123-129.

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