Takashi Ishikawa
Takashi Ishikawa
Group leader of Laboratory of Biomolecular Research, Paul Scherrer Institute; Adjunct professor, Department of Biology, ETH Zurich
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Visualization of substrate binding and translocation by the ATP-dependent protease, ClpXP
J Ortega, SK Singh, T Ishikawa, MR Maurizi, AC Steven
Molecular cell 6 (6), 1515-1521, 2000
Molecular details of Bax activation, oligomerization, and membrane insertion
S Bleicken, M Classen, PVL Padmavathi, T Ishikawa, K Zeth, HJ Steinhoff, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 285 (9), 6636-6647, 2010
Functional domains of the ClpA and ClpX molecular chaperones identified by limited proteolysis and deletion analysis
SK Singh, J Rozycki, J Ortega, T Ishikawa, J Lo, AC Steven, MR Maurizi
Journal of biological chemistry 276 (31), 29420-29429, 2001
Direct visualization of the microtubule lattice seam both in vitro and in vivo.
M Kikkawa, T Ishikawa, T Nakata, T Wakabayashi, N Hirokawa
The Journal of cell biology 127 (6), 1965-1971, 1994
Translocation pathway of protein substrates in ClpAP protease
T Ishikawa, F Beuron, M Kessel, S Wickner, MR Maurizi, AC Steven
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (8), 4328-4333, 2001
Structure of the E. coli signal recognition particle bound to a translating ribosome
C Schaffitzel, M Oswald, I Berger, T Ishikawa, JP Abrahams, HK Koerten, ...
Nature 444 (7118), 503-506, 2006
Molecular architecture of inner dynein arms in situ in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii flagella
KH Bui, H Sakakibara, T Movassagh, K Oiwa, T Ishikawa
Journal of Cell Biology 183 (5), 923-932, 2008
Polarity and asymmetry in the arrangement of dynein and related structures in the Chlamydomonas axoneme
KH Bui, T Yagi, R Yamamoto, R Kamiya, T Ishikawa
Journal of Cell Biology 198 (5), 913-925, 2012
Asymmetry of inner dynein arms and inter-doublet links in Chlamydomonas flagella
KH Bui, H Sakakibara, T Movassagh, K Oiwa, T Ishikawa
Journal of Cell Biology 186 (3), 437-446, 2009
Ca2+-induced switching of troponin and tropomyosin on actin filaments as revealed by electron cryo-microscopy
A Narita, T Yasunaga, T Ishikawa, K Mayanagi, T Wakabayashi
Journal of molecular biology 308 (2), 241-261, 2001
Cryoelectron tomography of radial spokes in cilia and flagella
G Pigino, KH Bui, A Maheshwari, P Lupetti, D Diener, T Ishikawa
Journal of Cell Biology 195 (4), 673-687, 2011
Reconstitution of pilus assembly reveals a bacterial outer membrane catalyst
M Nishiyama, T Ishikawa, H Rechsteiner, R Glockshuber
Science 320 (5874), 376-379, 2008
The architecture of outer dynein arms in situ
T Ishikawa, H Sakakibara, K Oiwa
Journal of molecular biology 368 (5), 1249-1258, 2007
Three-dimensional structure of the kinesin headá¤-microtubule complex
M Kikkawa, T Ishikawa, T Wakabayashi, N Hirokawa
Nature 376 (6537), 274-277, 1995
Revisiting the supramolecular organization of photosystem II in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
R Tokutsu, N Kato, KH Bui, T Ishikawa, J Minagawa
Journal of Biological Chemistry 287 (37), 31574-31581, 2012
Nucleotide-induced global conformational changes of flagellar dynein arms revealed by in situ analysis
T Movassagh, KH Bui, H Sakakibara, K Oiwa, T Ishikawa
Nature structural & molecular biology 17 (6), 761, 2010
Cartwheel architecture of Trichonympha basal body
P Guichard, A Desfosses, A Maheshwari, V Hachet, C Dietrich, A Brune, ...
Science 337 (6094), 553-553, 2012
An electron microscope study of the axonemal ultrastructure in human spermatozoa from male smokers and nonsmokers
PM Zavos, JR Correa, CS Karagounis, A Ahparaki, C Phoroglou, ...
Fertility and sterility 69 (3), 430-434, 1998
Vesicles from docosahexaenoic acid
T Namani, T Ishikawa, K Morigaki, P Walde
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 54 (1), 118-123, 2007
Comparative structural analysis of eukaryotic flagella and cilia from Chlamydomonas, Tetrahymena, and sea urchins
G Pigino, A Maheshwari, KH Bui, C Shingyoji, S Kamimura, T Ishikawa
Journal of structural biology 178 (2), 199-206, 2012
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