Seiji Kojima
Seiji Kojima
Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University
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Flagellar motility in bacteria: structure and function of flagellar motor
H Terashima, S Kojima, M Homma
International review of cell and molecular biology 270, 39-85, 2008
Conformational change in the stator of the bacterial flagellar motor
S Kojima, DF Blair
Biochemistry 40 (43), 13041-13050, 2001
The bacterial flagellar motor: structure and function of a complex molecular machine
S Kojima, DF Blair
International review of cytology 233, 93-134, 2004
Solubilization and Purification of the MotA/MotB Complex of Escherichia coli
S Kojima, DF Blair
Biochemistry 43 (1), 26-34, 2004
Stator assembly and activation mechanism of the flagellar motor by the periplasmic region of MotB
S Kojima, K Imada, M Sakuma, Y Sudo, C Kojima, T Minamino, M Homma, ...
Molecular microbiology 73 (4), 710-718, 2009
Arrangement of Core Membrane Segments in the MotA/MotB Proton-Channel Complex of Escherichia coli
TF Braun, LQ Al-Mawsawi, S Kojima, DF Blair
Biochemistry 43 (1), 35-45, 2004
Putative channel components for the fast-rotating sodium-driven flagellar motor of a marine bacterium.
Y Asai, S Kojima, H Kato, N Nishioka, I Kawagishi, M Homma
Journal of Bacteriology 179 (16), 5104-5110, 1997
The polar flagellar motor of Vibrio cholerae is driven by an Na+ motive force
S Kojima, K Yamamoto, I Kawagishi, M Homma
Journal of bacteriology 181 (6), 1927-1930, 1999
Sodium‐dependent dynamic assembly of membrane complexes in sodium‐driven flagellar motors
H Fukuoka, T Wada, S Kojima, A Ishijima, M Homma
Molecular microbiology 71 (4), 825-835, 2009
The Vibrio motor proteins, MotX and MotY, are associated with the basal body of Na+‐driven flagella and required for stator formation
H Terashima, H Fukuoka, T Yakushi, S Kojima, M Homma
Molecular microbiology 62 (4), 1170-1180, 2006
Collaboration of FlhF and FlhG to regulate polar-flagella number and localization in Vibrio alginolyticus
A Kusumoto, A Shinohara, H Terashima, S Kojima, T Yakushi, M Homma
Microbiology 154 (5), 1390-1399, 2008
In Situ Single Cell Mechanics Characterization of Yeast Cells Using Nanoneedles Inside Environmental SEM
MR Ahmad, M Nakajima, S Kojima, M Homma, T Fukuda
IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology 7 (5), 607-616, 2008
Sodium‐driven motor of the polar flagellum in marine bacteria Vibrio
N Li, S Kojima, M Homma
Genes to Cells 16 (10), 985-999, 2011
The effects of cell sizes, environmental conditions, and growth phases on the strength of individual W303 yeast cells inside ESEM
MR Ahmad, M Nakajima, S Kojima, M Homma, T Fukuda
IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 7 (3), 185-193, 2008
Na+-driven flagellar motor resistant to phenamil, an amiloride analog, caused by mutations in putative channel components
S Kojima, Y Asai, T Atsumi, I Kawagishi, M Homma
Journal of molecular biology 285 (4), 1537-1547, 1999
Insights into the stator assembly of the Vibrio flagellar motor from the crystal structure of MotY
S Kojima, A Shinohara, H Terashima, T Yakushi, M Sakuma, M Homma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (22), 7696-7701, 2008
Chemotactic responses to an attractant and a repellent by the polar and lateral flagellar systems of Vibrio alginolyticus
M Homma, H Oota, S Kojima, I Kawagishi, Y Imae
Microbiology 142 (10), 2777-2783, 1996
Nanoindentation methods to measure viscoelastic properties of single cells using sharp, flat, and buckling tips inside ESEM
MR Ahmad, M Nakajima, S Kojima, M Homma, T Fukuda
IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 9 (1), 12-23, 2009
Conformational change in the periplamic region of the flagellar stator coupled with the assembly around the rotor
S Zhu, M Takao, N Li, M Sakuma, Y Nishino, M Homma, S Kojima, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (37), 13523-13528, 2014
Suppressor analysis of the MotB (D33E) mutation to probe bacterial flagellar motor dynamics coupled with proton translocation
YS Che, S Nakamura, S Kojima, N Kami-ike, K Namba, T Minamino
Journal of bacteriology 190 (20), 6660-6667, 2008
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