|Akira Asakura (あさくらしょう)|
|The birth||1928 |
|Death||2016March 16 |
|Alma mater||Nagoya University|
|Doctoral course |
|Doctoral course |
|Hirokazu Hotani, Hiroaki Kagawa, Katsuhiko Shimada, Ritsu Kamiya, Shinichi Aizawa, these multi dimensions, Etsuko Muto|
|Main achievements||Biophysics of the bacteria flagellar formation|
|Main receiving a prize career||Asahi Prize|
|A project: Person biography|
Akira Asakura (あさくらしょう, from 1928 to March 16, 2016) is a Japanese biophysicist. I won Asahi Prize in a study on bacteria flagellar formation in 1973. Professor emeritus at Nagoya University. A doctor of science. An immediate pupil of Fumio Osawa.
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I shift a study theme to molecular mechanism of the biological motion and succeed in polymerization, depolymerization in the in vitro of the flagellin which is bacterial flagella protein and want to study it biophysically afterwards . Furthermore, through flagellar polymorphic discovery, I led the world by seasonal polymorphism of the protein, elucidation of the molecular mechanism of the bacteria exercise.
Nagoya University, the molecular biology research facility where I belonged to had globally well-known Fumio Osawa, Reiji Okazaki (detector of the Okazaki fragment), Kinnichiro Miura and bred generous unique study culture and was molecular biological gathering place of ambitious men. Hirokazu Hotani, Hiroaki Kagawa, Katsuhiko Shimada, Ritsu Kamiya, Shinichi Aizawa, these multi dimensions, a superior biophysicist including Etsuko Muto were produced from Asakura learning under.
Brief career history
- 19xx age Nagoya University department of science physics subject graduation
- Assistant at 19xx age Nagoya University department of science
- Assistant professor at 19xx age Nagoya University department of science
- Professor at 19xx age Nagoya University department of science
- 19xx age Nagoya University retirement age retirement, professor emeritus at Nagoya University
- On March 16, 2016, it is death, 88 years old for colon cancer.
Receiving a prize
- ^ S Asakura and F Oosawa (1954). "On interaction between two bodies immersed in a solution of macromolecules." J. Chem. Phys. 22: 1255-1256. doi: 10.1063/1.1740347.
- ^ Mitsuo Ataka (January, 2003). "I rediscover the effectiveness of the depletion layer model". AIST Today. May 24, 2016 reading.
- ^ S Asakura (1970). "Polymerization of flagellin and polymorphism of flagella." Adv Biophys. 1: 99-155. PMID 4950148.
- "Professor emeritus at Akira Asakura death Nagoya University of the molecular biologist". Asahi Shimbun digital (March 18, 2016). May 24, 2016 reading.
- In 51 Mitsuhiro Yanagida "protein nucleic acid enzymes" which "is Akira Asakura" 12, 2006 1,747 pages 
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