|Yoshiki Katayama||Last modified date：2021.06.11|
Dean of the Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences
Director of the Innovation Center for Medical Redox Navigation
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Introduction of Katayama Laboratory (publication list, member introduction, breaf introduction of each research) .
Doctor of Engineering
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
Field of Specialization
Analytical Chemistry, Biotechnology
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
- development of new fluorescent probes for flow cytometry with ultra-high sensitivity.
keyword : Intracellular Signal Transduction, Immune system, stem cell, flow cytometry, FACS, fluorescence probe
- development of molecular systems for regulation of immune responses
keyword : Intracellular Signal Transduction, Immune system, macrophage, T cell
- development of various molecular probing system for in vivo molecuylar imaging.
keyword : Intracellular Signal Transduction, in vivo imaging, molecular probe, fluorescence, luminescence, MRI, protein kinase, pH, cancer diagnostics
- New assay system for monitoring of intracellular protein kinase activity by using gold nano-particles.
keyword : Intracellular Signal Transduction, Gold nano-particle, colorimetry, Fluorescence Analysis, diagnostics, drug discovery
- Functionalizes MR Contrast Agent Recognizing Vascular Lesions
keyword : Imaging of Blood Vessel, Atherosclerosis, Cardiovascular Diseases, MRI, Magnetic Resonance, Nano Particles, Organic Dyes
- Intracellular Signal Responsive Biomaterials
keyword : Gene Therapy, Gene Delivery, Drug Delivery, DDS
- Comprehensive Analytical Method of Intracellular Signals
keyword : Intracellular Signal Transduction, Surface Plasmon Resonance, Mass Spectrometry, Fluorescence Analysis, Array, Posttranslational Modification
- Molecular Systems for Disease Cell-Specific Gene Regulation with Peptide-grafted Polymers