Recent Research Update No. 1 K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki "Nano-size Dependence in the Adsorption by the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein over Gold Colloid" [Colloid and Surfaces A,Volume 615, pp. 126275-126281
Recent Research Update No. 2 K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki, "Spectroscopic Investigation of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein" [Colloid and Interface Science Communication, Vol 40, pp. 100356-100362 (2021)]
|The trend of shift in SPR band,
Recent Research Update No. 3
Amyloidogenic peptides coated gold colloid
SUNY Geneseo COVID19 Study Group (Team Yokovid)
B.S. & M.S. University of Kobe, Japan (with Professor Hajime Kato)
Ph.D. University of Colorado (with Professor Carl Lineberger)
Post-Doctoral Fellow at University of Minnesota (with Professor Paul Barbara)
Kazushige Yokoyama and Akane Ichiki, "Nano-size Dependence in the Adsorption by the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein over Gold Colloid" Colloid and Surfaces A (in press)
K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki, "Nano-Size Dependence in the Adsorption by the SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein over Gold Colloid", Colloids and Surfaces A, Vol. 40 pp. 100356-100362 (2021)
K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki " Spectroscopic Investigation on the Affinity of SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein to Gold Nano-Particles", Colloid and Interface Science communication, in press.
K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki, “Adsorption of Amyloidogenic Peptides at Nano-Scale Interface Studied by Spectroscopic Approach”, Journal of Visualized Experiments, Under the Review.
K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki, “What can peptide-coated nanoparticles tell us about the causes of dementia?”, Research OutreachJournal of Visualized Experiments, pp. 110-113, Issue 116 (2020)
K. Yokoyama, K. Brown, P. Shevlin, J. Jenkins, E. D'Ambrosio, N. Ralbovsky, J. Battaglia, I. Deshmukh, and A. Ichiki, “Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particles’ Surfaces”, Int. J. Mol. Sci., Vol 20, pp. 5354-5380 (2019).
• K. Yokoyama, H. Chen, A. Islam, I. Deshmukh, P. Shevlin, K. Brown, and A. Ichiki, "Dynamical Investigation of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloid Beta Peptide 1-40 at Nano-Scale Gold Surface”, BAOJ Chemistry, Vol. 5 (1), pp. 1-20 (2019).
K. Yokoyama, D. Noh, M. Sayed, C. Berti, and P. Shevlin "nanoscale Interfacial interaction of Amyloid beta peptide 1-40with ThT", BAOJ Chemistry, Vol. 3 (3), pp. 31-42 (2017)
K. Yokoyama, C. D. Catalfamo, and M. Yuan, “Reversible peptide oligomerization over nanoscale gold surfaces”, AIMS Biophysics, Vol.2 (4), pp. 679-695 (2015).
R. E. McKnight, D. Jackson, K. Yokoyama, “Temperature dependence of Amyloid beta12-28”, Europian Biophysics Journal, Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. 495-501 (2013)
K. Yokoyama and R. Priefer, “Self-assembly of Amyloid Beta Peptide over Dialkoxy Disulfide Functionalized Nano Gold Colloidal Particles”, International Review of Biophysical Chemistry, Vol. 2 No. 5, pp.174-183, (2011)
Publications: Text Book & Book Chapters
K. Yokoyama “Modern Physical Chemistry for Bioscience Students - Friendly and Short Cut Guide for Physical Chemistry” (2011) Linus Publication, ISBN# 1-60797-185-2 First Edition (604 pages), ISBN# 1-60797-246-8 Second Edition.(618 pages), ISBN# 1-60797-337-5 Third Edition.(592 pages), ISBN978-1-60797-897-8 (2020) [Click]
K. Yokoyama (Editor) “Frontiers in Nanoscience for Biomedical Research” Research Signpost, ISBN# 978-81-308-0537-5, (2014).
Kazushige Yokoyama, Kieran Brown, Peter Shevlin, Jack Jenkins, Elizabeth D’Ambrosio, Nicole Ralbovsky, Jessica Battaglia, Ishan Deshmukh and Akane Ichiki, "Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces" pp. 75-102 in " Designer Biopolymers Self-Assembling Proteins and Nucleic Acids " Edited by Ayae Sugawara-Narutaki Yukiko Kamiya MDPI, Basel, Switzerland (2020)
K. Yokoyama and A. Ichiki "Chapter 3: Oligomerization and Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces” pp. 139-194 in Advances in Chemical Research, Ed. by James C. Taylor, Nova Science Publishing, Hauppauge, NY, USA. (2020) ISBN: 978-1-53617-627-8.
K. Yokoyama, K. Brown, P. Shevlin, J. Jenkins, E. D’Ambrosio, N. Ralbovsky, J. Battaglia, I. Deshmukh and Akane Ichiki, “Examination of Adsorption Orientation of Amyloidogenic Peptides Over Nano-Gold Colloidal Particle Surfaces”, e-Book Book Chapter, Prime Archives in Molecular Biology, VideLeaf.
Kazushige Yokoyama “Controlling Reversible Self Assembly Path of Amyloid Beta Peptide over Gold Colloidal nanoparticle’s Surface” Book Chapter in “Nanoscale Spectroscopy with Applications” Sarhan M. Musa –Ed (CRC Press-Taylor and Francis Group, LLC) ISBN# 9781466568532 (2013) [http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466568532]
Kazushige Yokoyama “Nano Size Dependent Properties of Colloidal Surfaces” Book Chapter in “Colloids: Classification, Properties and Applications” (Nova Science Publishing) (2012)
Self-assembly of Amyloid b (Initial on-set mechanism of Alzheimer’s disease) or a- synuclein (Initial on-set mechanism of Parkinson’s disease)
Functionalization of nanocolloidal particles
(Collaboration with Professor Ron Priefer-Western New England University)
Control of diffusion rate in silica based sol-gel matrix by nanoscale dopants
K. Yokoyama (Editor) “Frontiers in Nanoscience for Biomedical Research” Research Signpost, ISBN# 978-81-308-0537-5, (2014)
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