Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Grad. Sch. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Tokyo

How does a molecule drive life?

A life is driven by a variety of biomolecules that function dynamically in an enclosed hierarchical system, such as body, tissue, and cells that retain necessary and sufficient connections to the environments. We are trying to understand how dynamic behaviors of a biomolecule drive biological functions through detailed observation and appropriate manipulation of the molecule by using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and other biophysical techniques.

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2022/11/10

Award Associate Professor Takumi Ueda awarded the Young Scientist Award (Shinposho) from Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Society of Japan.

Associate Professor Takumi Ueda PhD. was awarded the prise for his substential contribution to the advance of science by using NMR.

2022/10/24

Notice Prof. Kurt Wüthrich, 2002 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, gave us a lecture on "Life with NMR".

2022/7/1

Publication The Structure paper was accepted to the cover.

2022/5/3

Publication Unraveling the Trick of Human GTP Sensor Protein Evolution -Evolutionary Acquisition of PI5P4Kβ for Stress Resilience-

Structure, 2022, 30(6), P886-899.E4

  • The GEA motif that enables PI5P4Kβ to recognize GTP was identified.
  • The GEA motif binds not only ATP/GTP but also other minor energy molecules.  ...

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2022/5/2

Notice The 4th Workshop on NMR from the Basics - NMR in Drug Discovery and Industrial Research -

Dates: Thursday, May 19 ~ Friday, May 20, 2022
Online seminar via Zoom
No registration fee required
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Laboratory name Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, the University of Tokyo
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry
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