His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Ribozyme, Peptide, Genetic code and Amino acid. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including RNase P and Transfer RNA, TRNA aminoacylation, T arm. His Peptide research incorporates themes from In vitro, mRNA display, Stereochemistry and Gene isoform.
His work deals with themes such as Peptide sequence and Ribosome, which intersect with Genetic code. In his work, Genetics is strongly intertwined with Computational biology, which is a subfield of Peptide sequence. His biological study focuses on Peptide synthesis.
Hiroaki Suga mostly deals with Biochemistry, Amino acid, Peptide, Stereochemistry and Transfer RNA. Hiroaki Suga usually deals with Amino acid and limits it to topics linked to Translation and Ribosome. His study focuses on the intersection of Peptide and fields such as Combinatorial chemistry with connections in the field of Molecule.
The various areas that he examines in his Transfer RNA study include Acylation and Ribozyme. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Aminoacylation and TRNA aminoacylation. His study looks at the relationship between Genetic code and topics such as Computational biology, which overlap with Drug discovery.
Hiroaki Suga focuses on Peptide, Amino acid, Computational biology, Stereochemistry and Ribosomal RNA. Peptide is a subfield of Biochemistry that Hiroaki Suga explores. His work carried out in the field of Amino acid brings together such families of science as Translation and Transfer RNA.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Ribosome and Ribozyme in addition to Transfer RNA. His Computational biology research includes elements of Affinities, Macrocyclic peptide, Target protein and Protein–protein interaction. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Residue, Side chain, Peptide bond and Elongation factor.
Hiroaki Suga mainly investigates Peptide, Amino acid, Stereochemistry, Ribosomal RNA and Genetic code. His Peptide research focuses on mRNA display and how it connects with Peptide library, Enzyme and Chemical synthesis. His Amino acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Allosteric regulation and Cell biology.
He combines subjects such as Residue, Side chain and Translation with his study of Stereochemistry. His study with In vitro involves better knowledge in Biochemistry. Biochemistry and Molecule are frequently intertwined in his study.
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A highly flexible tRNA acylation method for non-natural polypeptide synthesis.
Hiroshi Murakami;Atsushi Ohta;Hiroshi Ashigai;Hiroaki Suga.
Nature Methods (2006)
Induction and inhibition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa quorum sensing by synthetic autoinducer analogs.
Kristina M Smith;Yigong Bu;Hiroaki Suga;Hiroaki Suga.
Chemistry & Biology (2003)
Library screening for synthetic agonists and antagonists of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa autoinducer
Kristina M. Smith;Yigong Bu;Hiroaki Suga.
Chemistry & Biology (2003)
Flexizymes for genetic code reprogramming.
Yuki Goto;Takayuki Katoh;Hiroaki Suga;Hiroaki Suga.
Nature Protocols (2011)
Natural Product-Like Macrocyclic N-Methyl-Peptide Inhibitors against a Ubiquitin Ligase Uncovered from a Ribosome-Expressed De Novo Library
Yusuke Yamagishi;Ikuo Shoji;Shoji Miyagawa;Takashi Kawakami.
Chemistry & Biology (2011)
Reprogramming the translation initiation for the synthesis of physiologically stable cyclic peptides.
Yuki Goto;Atsushi Ohta;Yusuke Sako;Yusuke Yamagishi.
ACS Chemical Biology (2008)
Ribozyme-catalyzed tRNA aminoacylation.
Nick Lee;Yoshitaka Bessho;Kenneth Wei;Jack W. Szostak.
Nature Structural & Molecular Biology (2000)
Quorum sensing and the LysR-type transcriptional activator ToxR regulate toxoflavin biosynthesis and transport in Burkholderia glumae.
Jinwoo Kim;Jung-Gun Kim;Yongsung Kang;Ji Youn Jang.
Molecular Microbiology (2004)
Structural basis for the drug extrusion mechanism by a MATE multidrug transporter
Yoshiki Tanaka;Christopher J. Hipolito;Andrés D. Maturana;Koichi Ito.
Messenger RNA-programmed incorporation of multiple N-methyl-amino acids into linear and cyclic peptides.
Takashi Kawakami;Hiroshi Murakami;Hiroaki Suga.
Chemistry & Biology (2008)
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