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Structural genomics (methodology)

1PA-1Large-scale structure prediction of metalloproteins and the problem of structure validation
Antonio Rosato

2PA-2Automated protein domain prediction system for the selection of structure determination targets
E. Chikayama

3PA-3Application of the cell-free protein synthesis to the structure determination of basic protein folds using the NMR spectroscopy
Takanori Kigawa

4PA-4Effect of long-range order restraints in the solution structure analysis of Abp1/DNA complex
J. Kikuchi

5PA-5Probabilistic Comparison of Protein Structures
Ryotaro Koike

6PA-6Automated search of natively folded protein fragments for high-throughput structure determination in structural genomics
Yutaka Kuroda

7PA-7Effective Use of Neutralizing Monoclonal Antibody for the Crystallization and Structural Determination of the Functional Domain of Human Thrombopoietin (hTPO)
Ryota Kuroki

8PA-8Characterization and Prediction of Domain Linker Sequences by Neural Network
Satoshi Miyazaki

9PA-9Systematic Preparation of Thermus thermophilus HB8 Proteins for Structural)B@and Functional Genomics
Hiroyuki Motoshima

10PA-10High Throughput Crystallization Facility and construction of three X-ray diffraction beamlines at BESSY-Synchrotron within the Berlin Protein Structure Factory (PSF)
Uwe Mueller

11PA-11Identification of folded protein domains candidate to high-throughput structure determination: A pilot experiment using the Thermus thermophilus genome
Ako Okumura

12PA-12Carcass binding mode: a novel approach for routine crystallization and structure determination of DNA binding proteins
Tahir H. Tahirov

13PA-13Production of Thermus thermophilus HB8 proteins by cell-free system
Kaori Tajima

14PA-14Efficient protein structure determination by NMR based on residual dipolar couplings and local structure search in the protein structure database
Shin-ichi Tate

15PA-15Structural Studies on New Functional Proteins and Proteins Involved in Transcription and Translation of Thermus thermophilus HB8
Takaho Terada

16PA-16A Method for High Throughput Screening of Nucleic Acids with Extremely High Rate of Hybridization
Makoto Tsuruoka

17PA-17From Nucleotide Sequence to Tertiary Protein Structure. Methods and Approaches
Vladimir Tumanyan

18PA-18High-Throughput and Highly Productive Expression of Proteins using Cell-Free Protein Synthesis for Structural and Functional Analysis
Takashi Yabuki

19PA-19GeneAtlasTM - An Automatic High-throughput Pipeline for Structure Prediction and Function Assignment for Genomic Sequences
Lisa Yan


Structural genomics (result)

20PB-1Solution structure of the Thermus thermophilus hypothetical protein 258
Makoto Inoue

21PB-2From peptide sequence to protein structure; emerging methods for complete automated assignments from NMR data
Grant Langdon

22PB-3SpoU methyltransferase family have a novel catalytic fold that makes a knot
Osamu Nureki

23PB-4How Polyamines Recognize the Structure of Minor Groove of d(CGCGCG) Hexamer
Hirofumi Ohishi

24PB-5A structural genomics pilot project : study of 200 yeast s ORFs.A structural genomics pilot project : study of 200 yeast s ORFs.
Anne POUPON

25PB-6Test study of the structural genomics by Pyrococcus horikoshii
Naoki Sakai

26PB-7Target selection of human proteins for high throughput structure determination
Bernd Simon

27PB-82.3_ RESOLUTION CRYSTAL STRUCTURE OF L17 RIBOSOMAL PROTEIN FROM THERMUS THERMOPHILUS
Dmitry G. Vassylyev

28PB-9"NMR Solution Structure of B-Motif, a DNA-Binding Domain of Type-B Response Regulator for His-Asp Phosphorelay Signal-Transduction System in Higher Plant"
Toshimas Yamazaki


Informatics

29PC-1On the Potential Power of Quantum Computation Applied to Structural Genomics
Toshio Fukumi

30PC-2"Energy Landscape of a Peptide in Explicit Water Consisting of Random-coil, a-helix, 3_10-helix, and b-hairpin Conformations"
Junichi Higo

31PC-3GTOP : Database for predicted protein structures from genome sequences
Takeshi Kawabata

32PC-4Comparison of geometries and properties of protein molecular surface for structure-based function prediction
Kengo Kinoshita

33PC-5Software for Identification and Annotation of Conserved Domains
Stephen Bryant

34PC-6An Energy Potential and Alignment Method for Identifying Protein Sequence - Structure Compatibilities
Sanzo Miyazawa

35PC-7Mutational directions of two mycoplasma species in the nucleotide? composition space
Hiroshi Nakashima

36PC-8Accurate free energy landscapes of peptides by multicanonical molecular dynamics simulations and quantum mechanical calculations
Satoshi Ono

37PC-9Characterization of protein surface via correlation in surface electrostatic potential
Keishi Sadanami

38PC-10Structure-Specificity Relationship and Target Prediction of Transcription Factors
A. Sarai

39PC-11Comparative Genome-Wide Analysis by Membrane Protein Prediction System SOSUI
Masashi Sonoyama

40PC-12A Novel Measure for Recognition and Classification of Transmembrane Protein Structures
Makiko Suwa

41PC-13Identification of protein domain linkers using secondary structure prediction and homologous sequence alignment
Takanori Tanaka

42PC-14Development of a system for selection and prioritization of targets for structure determination in structural genomics
Kazutoshi Tani

43PC-15A Secondary Structure Prediction System with Visualization Function of Fragment Homology
Shouji Tatsumoto

44PC-16DbClustal: rapid and reliable global multiple alignments of protein sequences detected by database searches
Jean-Claude Thierry

45PC-17A Triangle Lattice Model that Predicts Transmembrane Helix Configuration using a Polar Jigsaw Puzzle
Junichi Uechi

46PC-18BMRB: The Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance Data Bank.
ELDON ULRICH

47PC-19Completeness in Structural Genomics
Dennis VITKUP

48PC-20Analysis and structure assignment of novel protein sequences in the HUNT database
Henrik T. Yudate

49PC-21Prediction of secondary structure of RNA by NMR quantum computer
Toshio Fukumi


Functional genomics

50PD-1Analysis of the phylogenetic relationship of bacteriophages based on both protein sequences and genome organization
Fumio Arisaka

51PD-2Development of a convenient selection marker for Thermus thermophilus and its application to the systematic construction of gene disruptants
J. Hoseki

52PD-3MYOCARDIAL CREATINE KINASE KENETICS IN FAILING HEARTS
Jay ZHANG


Genome Analysis

53PE-1Mapping the Deinococcus radiodurans Proteome in Three Dimensions
David Edwards


Structural Biology

54PF-1Presequence Recognition by the Mitochondrial Protein Import Receptor Tom20
Daisuke Kohda

55PF-2NMR Structure and Dynamics of the N-terminal J Domain of Murine Polyomavirus T Antigens: Implications for DnaJ-Like Domains and for Mutations of T Antigens
Steven R. Van Doren

56PF-3BeF3- acts as a general phosphate analog in proteins phosphorylated at aspartate residue
Ho Cho

57PF-4Domain analysis of the human Mcm6 protein
Keiko Eda

58PF-5A Pilot Study of the X-ray analysis for Structural Genomics on Thermus thermophilus HB8
Kensaku Hamada

59PF-6Solution structure of the Myb-motif from human Rap1
Shingo Hanaoka

60PF-7Crystal structure of the Sex-lethal protein in complex with the transformer mRNA precursor at 1.7 ANG. resolution
Noriko Handa

61PF-8Determination of the relative module orientation of the Fibronectin 6F11F2 module pair:15N relaxation times and residual dipolar couplings
Yoshihiro Hashimoto

62PF-9Crystal structure of the BAH domain of ORC1
Mariko Hayashi

63PF-10"Myristoylation dependent novel interacton between calmodulin and CAP-22/NAP-22, a neuron specific protein kinase C substrate protein"
Nobuhiro Hayashi

64PF-11Solution Structure of PX Domain from p47phox of Human NADPH Oxidase
Hidekazu Hiroaki

65PF-12"Comparison of the crystal structures of antigen-binding fragments from the murine and humanized anti-Fas antibody, HFE7A."
Shuichiro Ito

66PF-13The interaction of DNA-binding domains from c-Myb and HSF-3
Noriyuki Iwasaki

67PF-14Structural Study on the C-terminal SH3 Domain of p67phox in Complex with the C-terminal Peptide of p47phox: A New Mode of the SH3-peptide Interaction
Keiichiro Kami

68PF-15Interaction in solution between IgG and a soluble Fc  receptor
Koichi Kato

69PF-16Solution Structure of the Epsin N-terminal homology (ENTH) domain of human Epsin
Seizo Koshiba

70PF-17Crystallization and preliminary X-ray diffraction analysis of the extracellular domain of the cell surface antigen CD38 complexed with ganglioside
Mutsuko Kukimoto

71PF-18Structure of the YSPTSPS repeat within the CTD of RNA polymerase II in water : NMR studies of cyclic peptides containing the repeat units
Yasuhiro Kumaki

72PF-19Crystal Structure of a Soluble Region of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptor Subtype 1
Naoki Kunishima

73PF-20Crystal structure of the electron transfer complex between ferredoxin and ferredoxin-NADP+ reductase from maize leaf
Genji Kurisu

74PF-21Crystal structure of Methanococcus jannaschiilactate/malate dehydrogenase
Byung Il Lee

75PF-22"Crystal structure of Escherichia coli CyaY protein, a member of the evolutionarily conserved frataxin family"
Jae Young Lee

76PF-23Molecular recognition of human killer cell immunoglobulin(Ig) -like receptors (KIRs)
Katsumi Maenaka

77PF-24"Structural and Functional Analyses of DNA Repair Enzymes of An Extreme Thermophile, Thermus thermophilus HB8"
Ryoji Masui

78PF-25Intermolecular 31P-15N and 31P-1H scalar couplings across hydrogen bonds formed between a protein and a nucleotide
Masaki Mishima

79PF-26Changes in dynamics of hnRNP D0 between free and complex with DNA
Youhei Miyanoiri

80PF-27"Molecular mechanism on the regulation of)B@metallothionein-like gene expression with SmtB, sensoring heavy-metal ion concentration in the cyanobacterial cell"
Eugene Hayato Morita

81PF-28"Mutants of the telomeric protein, hTRF1"
Atsushi Murase

82PF-29Solution structure of the transactivation domain from ATF-2
Aritaka Nagadoi

83PF-30Protein-protein interaction of the transactivation domain from ATF-2
Aritaka Nagadoi

84PF-31"Crystal Structure of Nucleotide Excision Repair Enzyme, UvrB from Thermus thermophilus HB8"
Noriko Nakagawa

85PF-32"Solution structure of the DNA-bound form of the telomeric protein, hTRF1"
Tadateru Nishikawa

86PF-33Determination of the Relative Orientation between Two Different Molecular Arrignment Tensor
Kaoru Nomura

87PF-34Structural studies of the DNA-complex of PhoB
Hideyasu Okamura

88PF-35Structural Studies of the General Transcription Factor TFIIE
Masahiko Okuda

89PF-36Phosphatidylinositol 3-Phosphate Recognition by the FYVE Domain
M. Overduin

90PF-37Analysis of RNA global structures using residual dipolar couplings
Taiichi Sakamoto

91PF-38Identification of Clones expressing proteins with a specific activity on high density protein filters
Harald Seitz

92PF-39NMR studies of the Six domain
Hideaki Shimojo

93PF-40EmPLiCS: an empirical approach for structure based prediction of peptide ligand of protein
Tsuyoshi Shirai

94PF-41Structure of the Native and Denatured States of Co-chaperonin GroES as Studied by Analysis of Solution X-ray Scattering Profiles
Kunitsugu Soda

95PF-42Structural studies on the DNA-bound forms of two artificial dimers from the purine repressor
Sakura Suzuki

96PF-43The Crystal Structure of the DNA-Binding Domain of the Human Centromere Protein B in Complex with CENP-B Box DNA
Yoshinori Tanaka

97PF-44Crystal Structure of Glycerol-3-Phosphate Acyltransferase from squash (Cucurbita moscata)
Taro Tamada

98PF-45Solution structure of the human parvulin-like peptidyl prolyl cis/trans isomerase, hPar14
Mikako Shirouzu

99PF-46Crystal Structure of the Ia of Clostridium perfringens Iota Toxin
Hideaki Tsuge

100PF-47NMR Structure and Backbone Dynamics of Human Tissue Inhibitor of Metalloproteinases-1
Bin Wu

101PF-48The granularity of structure/function relationships in carbohydrate binding modules
Mike P. Williamson

102PF-49The conformational change mechanism of F1-ATPase be-ta subunit
Hiromasa Yagi

103PF-50Crystal structure of the Holliday junction migration motor protein RuvB from Thermus thermophillus HB8
Kazuhiro Yamada

104PF-51The searching for members of the DNA glycosylase superfamily in genome sequences by using the 3D-profile method considering protein stabilization factors
Yuriko Yamagata

105PF-52"Lengthwise Motion of Anti-Rhinovirus Drug, WIN52084s, and Radial Oscillation and Shrink of Rhinovirus Capsid Studied in Rotational Symmetry Boundary Conditions"
Shigetaka Yoneda

106PF-53Structural study on homologous recombination in prokaryote
Mariko Ariyoshi

107PF-54Sensory Mechanism of Oxygen Sensor FixL from Rhizobium meliloti : Crystallographic, Mutagenesis and Resonance Raman Spectroscopic Studies
Hideyuki Miyatake


Proteomics

108PG-1Proteomic analysis of digestive organs of the hereditary diabetic OLETF rat
Kaori Dobashi

109PG-2Proteomic analysis of the ribosomal and its associated proteins of Thermus thermophilus HB8
Chie TAKEMOTO

110PG-3An agarose 2-DE method is useful in proteomic analyses of endocrine disturbances: An example application of the method to analyzing various tissues of the rdw rat with hereditary dwarfism and hypothyroidism
Tadakazu Maeda

111PG-4Proteomic analysis of the ob/ob and db/db mice with hereditary obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus
Masamichi Oh-Ishi

112PG-5Proteomic analysis of membrane proteins of OLETF rat with hereditary type 2 diabetes mellitus
Hiroto Sakamoto

113PG-6PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF PANCREATIC PROTEINS FROM THE rdw RAT WITH HEREDITARY HYPOTHYROIDISM
Mamoru Satoh

114PG-7Proteomic analysis of human skin of diabetic gangrene
Tessyu Takada

115PG-8Proteomic analysis of the OLETF rat with hereditary type 2 diabetes mellitus
Riko Tanaka


Others

116PH-1A Novel Strategy for Creating a Simplified Enzyme with a Reduced Set of Amino Acids
Satoshi Akanuma

117PH-2The Human Rad52 Protein Promotes Homologous Pairing
Wataru Kagawa

118PH-3"The human DNA-repair proteins, Xrcc3oRad51C, promotes homologous pairing"
Hitoshi Kurumizaka

119PH-4Magnetic Resonance
Michael E. Moseley

120PH-5New Strategy for High Throughput Crystallization Screening and Diffraction Data Collection of Protein Crystals Using Si MEMS Device Technology
Akira Sanjoh