(Last updated : 2023-10-06 13:55:43)
  Tatsuya Sakai
   Department   Kawasaki Medical School  Kawasaki Medical School, Department of Microbiology,
   Position   Assistant Professor
■ Present specialized field
Biophysics, Virology 
■ Journal
1. 2018/01 Unique directional motility of influenza C virus controlled by its filamentous morphology and short-range motions  Link
2. 2017/03 Influenza A virus hemagglutinin and neuraminidase act as novel motile machinery.  Link
3. 2006 Dual wavelength imaging allows analysis of membrane fusion of influenza virus inside cells 
4. 2002 Fatty acids on the A/USSR/77 influenza virus hemagglutinin facilitate the transition from hemifusion to fusion pore formation. 
5. 1998 Two distinct kinds of tubular organelles involved in the rapid recycling and slow processing of endocytosed transferrin. 
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■ Presentation
1. 2018/09/16 Directional Motility of influenza C virus (Poster notice,General) 
2. 2017/09/20 Motility of filamentous influenza virus (Poster notice,General) 
3. 2016/11/26 Motile mechanism of influenza C virus (Poster notice,General) 
4. 2016/10/23 Motile mechanism of influenza C virus (Poster notice,General) 
5. 2015/11/22 Influenza A Virus Hemagglutinin and Neuraminidase Form a Novel Motile Machinery for Virus Invasion into Host Cells (Poster notice,General) 
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