Biological functions such as cellular differentiation are often regulated by vast numbers of molecules. Elucidating the general principles behind the organization of these complex molecular environments is a critical challenge.
Our laboratory addresses this challenge by developing new technologies for the large-scale characterization and manipulation of intracellular molecular activities. By integrating knowledge from multiple academic fields, including biology, chemistry, physics, medicine, and informatics, we aim to understand, predict, and control intracellular molecular interactions.
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Nucleosome-resolved 3D genome structure
Single molecule fluorescence microscope
- Elucidating the working principles of the genome based on molecular or atomic structures
- Understanding the constitutional principles of single cells
- New principles and methods in disease diagnosis and treatment
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Main Campus, Kyoto University Institute for Advanced Study (KUIAS) Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (iCeMS) Research Bldg.