[Hayato Yamashita] Development of ultimate spatiotemporal resolution AFM for visualizing membrane molecular dynamics in single living cell

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Hayato Yamashita

Hayato Yamashita

Center for Science and Technology under Extreme Conditions, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University
Assistant Professor

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Membrane proteins play an essential role for cell function and interaction with extracellular environment. In order to understand the function and character of single cell, it is required to exhaustively analyze membrane proteins in individual living cells. In this project, by maximally enhancing spatiotemporal resolution of atomic force microscopy (AFM), I will try to develop new imaging techniques visualizing the localization, structural change and interaction of membrane proteins in individual cells.

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