Faculty

Kohei Matsuzaki
Assistant Professor/ Department of Physics and Mathematics
Kohei Matsuzaki
Ph.D. in Engineering, 2018, Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Keywords in Research
High Tc superconducting films
Research Interest

Molecular Motor, High-Speed Single Molecule Measurement

Contribution to Research Societies
Presentations
1) Matsuzaki, K., Tomishige, M. “Single-molecule fluorescent observations of the biased binding/unbinding of the tethered kinesin head”
The 52nd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan, 25 September, 2014. Sapporo, Japan
2) Matsuzaki, K., Iwaki, K., Tomishige, M. “Single-molecule fluorescent observations of kinesin-1 moving under a load from DNA origami spring”
The 53rd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan, 14 September, 2015. Kanazawa, Japan
3) Matsuzaki, K., Isojima, H., Enoki, S., Noji, H., Tomishige, M. “Preferential forward stepping mechanism of kinesin-1 studied using tandemly joined two-headed monomer”
The 54th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan, 25 November, 2016. Tsukuba, Japan
4) Matsuzaki, K., Isojima, H., Enoki, S., Noji, H., Tomishige, M. “Preferential forward stepping mechanism of kinesin-1 studied using tandemly joined two-headed monomer”
The 3rd International Symposium on Frontiers in Bioimaging, 16 June, 2017. Taipei, Taiwan
5) Matsuzaki, K., Tomishige, M. “Direct observation of the binding and unbinding motions of the teth- ered kinesin head to microtubule”
The 55th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan, 20 September, 2017. Kumamoto, Japan
6) Matsuzaki, K., Isojima, H., Enoki, S., Noji, H., Tomishige, M. “BIASED BINDING MECHANISM ALONE CAN EXPLAIN THE PREFERENTIAL FORWARD STEPPING OF KINESIN-1”
62nd Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society, 20 February, 2018. San Francisco, US
7) Matsuzaki, K., Tomishige, M. “Direct observation of the suppression of the leading head of kinesin-1 dimer from detachment from microtubule”
The 56th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan, 16 September, 2018. Okayama, Japan
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