Recent News & Events

Paper selected as "Top 100"

A paper by Hide A Konishi et al. published in Scientific Reports was selected as "Top 100 Scientific Reports cell biology papers in 2017"

Konishi HA, Asai S, Watanabe TM, and Yoshimura SH. (2017) "In vivo analysis of protein crowding within the nuclear pore complex in interphase and mitosis" Sci. Rep., 7 (5709)

(June 20, 2018)
Research Paper

Assistant Professor Masahiro Kumeta et al. published a paper in "Genes to Cells".
2018 June 13, available online
Kumeta M, Panina Y, Yamazaki H, Takeyasu K, Yoshimura SH. (2018) "N‐terminal dual lipidation‐coupled molecular targeting into the primary cilium" Genes to Cells,.

(June 15, 2018)
Visiting Student

AMGEN Scholarship student Ona Ambrozaite is visiting our Lab. She will stay for 2 months.

(June 12, 2018)
New Members

Hide A Konishi started his carrier as a Post-doctoral research staff.
Zi Xian Jiang promoted to PhD course.

(April 01, 2018)
Ohanami Party

We had a Ohanami party at Maruyama park.

(March 29, 2018)

Hide A Konishi got a PhD.
Zi Xian Jiang and Ryuji Watanabe got a Master's degree.
Yudai Miyoshi got a Bachelor's degree.

(March 26, 2018)
Farewell Party

We had a farewell party for a Master's course student Ryuji Watanabe and an undergraduate student Yudai Miyoshi. 2018 March 8.

(March 20, 2018)
Research Paper

Assistant Professor Masahiro Kumeta et al. published a paper in "PLOS ONE".
2018 January 31, available online
This work is featured on the Kyoto University website and EurekAlert!.
Kumeta M, Takahashi D, Takeyasu K, Yoshimura SH. (2018) Cell type-specific suppression of mechanosensitive genes by audible sound stimulation. PLOS ONE, 13(1): e0188764.

(February 01, 2018)
Year-end Party

We had a year-end party. 2017 December 26.

(January 18, 2018)
Research Paper

Assistant Professor Masahiro Kumeta and Associate Professor Shige H. Yoshimura et al. published a paper in "Journal of Cell Science".
2017 November 15. Epub ahead of print

Kumeta M, Konishi HA, Zhang W, Sakagami S, Yoshimura SH. (2017) Prolines in the α-helix confer the structural flexibility and functional integrity of importin β. J. Cell press.
DOI: 10.1242/jcs.206326

(November 21, 2017)