Masaki Yamamoto mostly deals with Crystallography, Biochemistry, Stereochemistry, Protein structure and Optics. His studies deal with areas such as Membrane protein complex, Manganese, Photosystem II and Femtosecond as well as Crystallography. His Stereochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Amidohydrolase, Hydrolysis, G protein, Transmembrane domain and Homotetramer.
His study in the fields of Heterotrimeric G protein under the domain of G protein overlaps with other disciplines such as Rhodopsin-like receptors and Proto-Oncogene Proteins p21. His Transmembrane domain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transport protein, Alpha helix, G protein-coupled receptor and Major facilitator superfamily. His work in the fields of Beam, Monochromator and Undulator overlaps with other areas such as Hydrostatic pressure.
Optics, Crystallography, SPring-8, Beamline and Stereochemistry are his primary areas of study. His Crystallography research integrates issues from Protein structure, Crystallization and Femtosecond. Masaki Yamamoto has researched SPring-8 in several fields, including Monochromator, Computer hardware and Structural genomics.
Masaki Yamamoto has included themes like Undulator, Nanotechnology and Photon in his Beamline study. His work carried out in the field of Stereochemistry brings together such families of science as Hydrolase, Active site, Biochemistry and Enzyme. His study in X-ray crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Resolution and SACLA.
His primary areas of investigation include Crystallography, X-ray crystallography, Diffraction, Optics and Biophysics. His Crystallography research incorporates themes from SACLA, Femtosecond, Substrate, Phaser and Photosystem II. His work investigates the relationship between Photosystem II and topics such as Proton that intersect with problems in Hydrogen bond.
His research investigates the link between X-ray crystallography and topics such as Resolution that cross with problems in Synchrotron radiation, Cyanidioschyzon merolae and Electron density. His research integrates issues of X-ray, Angstrom, Laser and Analytical chemistry in his study of Diffraction. Column chromatography is closely connected to Biochemistry in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Biophysics.
Masaki Yamamoto mainly focuses on Diffraction, Femtosecond, SACLA, Optics and Crystallography. His Femtosecond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phaser, Resolution and Synchrotron radiation. The SACLA study combines topics in areas such as Manganese, X-ray crystallography, Membrane protein complex, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Oxygen-evolving complex.
The concepts of his X-ray crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Free-electron laser and Micrometre. Masaki Yamamoto does research in Optics, focusing on Reciprocal lattice specifically. His Crystallography research focuses on subjects like Photosystem II, which are linked to Electron transport chain, Substrate and Cubane.
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Crystal Structure of Rhodopsin: A G Protein-Coupled Receptor
Krzysztof Palczewski;T. Kumasaka;T. Hori;C. A. Behnke.
Structural basis of glutamate recognition by a dimeric metabotropic glutamate receptor
Naoki Kunishima;Yoshimi Shimada;Yuji Tsuji;Toshihiro Sato.
Native structure of photosystem II at 1.95 Å resolution viewed by femtosecond X-ray pulses.
Michihiro Suga;Fusamichi Akita;Kunio Hirata;Go Ueno.
Structure of the bacterial flagellar protofilament and implications for a switch for supercoiling.
Fadel A. Samatey;Katsumi Imada;Shigehiro Nagashima;Ferenc Vonderviszt.
Crystal structure of the RNA-dependent RNA polymerase of hepatitis C virus.
Hideo Ago;Tsuyoshi Adachi;Atsuhito Yoshida;Masaki Yamamoto.
Curved EFC/F-BAR-Domain Dimers Are Joined End to End into a Filament for Membrane Invagination in Endocytosis
Atsushi Shimada;Hideaki Niwa;Kazuya Tsujita;Shiro Suetsugu;Shiro Suetsugu.
Light-induced structural changes and the site of O=O bond formation in PSII caught by XFEL.
Michihiro Suga;Fusamichi Akita;Fusamichi Akita;Michihiro Sugahara;Minoru Kubo.
Structural Analyses of DNA Recognition by the AML1/Runx-1 Runt Domain and Its Allosteric Control by CBFβ
Tahir H. Tahirov;Taiko Inoue-Bungo;Hisayuki Morii;Atsushi Fujikawa.
In silico discovery of small-molecule Ras inhibitors that display antitumor activity by blocking the Ras-effector interaction.
Fumi Shima;Yoko Yoshikawa;Min Ye;Mitsugu Araki.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Molecular basis of ligand recognition and transport by glucose transporters
Dong Deng;Pengcheng Sun;Chuangye Yan;Meng Ke.
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