Naofumi Shimokawa
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Charge-induced phase separation in lipid membranes
H Himeno, N Shimokawa, S Komura, D Andelman, T Hamada, M Takagi
Soft Matter 10 (40), 7959-7967, 2014
492014
Phase separation of a mixture of charged and neutral lipids on a giant vesicle induced by small cations
N Shimokawa, M Hishida, H Seto, K Yoshikawa
Chemical Physics Letters 496 (1-3), 59-63, 2010
422010
Tension-induced morphological transition in mixed lipid bilayers
S Komura, N Shimokawa, D Andelman
Langmuir 22 (16), 6771-6774, 2006
302006
Charged bilayer membranes in asymmetric ionic solutions: Phase diagrams and critical behavior
N Shimokawa, S Komura, D Andelman
Physical Review E 84 (3), 031919, 2011
242011
Physical properties of the hybrid lipid POPC on micrometer-sized domains in mixed lipid membranes
N Shimokawa, M Nagata, M Takagi
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 17 (32), 20882-20888, 2015
202015
Micro-segregation induced by bulky-head lipids: formation of characteristic patterns in a giant vesicle
M Yanagisawa, N Shimokawa, M Ichikawa, K Yoshikawa
Soft Matter 8 (2), 488-495, 2012
162012
Coupling between pore formation and phase separation in charged lipid membranes
H Himeno, H Ito, Y Higuchi, T Hamada, N Shimokawa, M Takagi
Physical Review E 92 (6), 062713, 2015
132015
Formation of modulated phases and domain rigidification in fatty acid-containing lipid membranes
N Shimokawa, R Mukai, M Nagata, M Takagi
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 19 (20), 13252-13263, 2017
112017
Membrane permeation of giant unilamellar vesicles and corneal epithelial cells with lipophilic vitamin nanoemulsions
M Miyake, Y Kakizawa, N Tobori, M Kurioka, N Tabuchi, R Kon, ...
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 169, 444-452, 2018
102018
Phase diagrams and ordering in charged membranes: Binary mixtures of charged and neutral lipids
N Shimokawa, H Himeno, T Hamada, M Takagi, S Komura, D Andelman
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (26), 6358-6367, 2016
102016
Size-dependent uptake of electrically neutral amphipathic polymeric nanoparticles by cell-sized liposomes and an insight into their internalization mechanism in living cells
S Ichikawa, N Shimokawa, M Takagi, Y Kitayama, T Takeuchi
Chemical Communications 54 (36), 4557-4560, 2018
82018
Thermal stability of phase-separated domains in multicomponent lipid membranes with local anesthetics
K Sugahara, N Shimokawa, M Takagi
Membranes 7 (3), 33, 2017
82017
Glycosyl chains and 25‐hydroxycholesterol contribute to the intracellular transport of amyloid beta (Aβ‐42) in Jurkat T cells
N Sharma, KOK Baek, HTT Phan, N Shimokawa, M Takagi
FEBS Open Bio 7 (6), 865-876, 2017
82017
Effects of capsaicin on biomimetic membranes
N Sharma, HTT Phan, T Yoda, N Shimokawa, MC Vestergaard, M Takagi
Biomimetics 4 (1), 17, 2019
72019
Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation of binary charged lipid membranes: Phase separation and morphological dynamics
H Ito, Y Higuchi, N Shimokawa
Physical Review E 94 (4), 042611, 2016
72016
Destabilization of phase-separated structures in local anesthetic-containing model biomembranes
K Sugahara, N Shimokawa, M Takagi
Chemistry Letters 44 (11), 1604-1606, 2015
62015
Localization of amyloid beta (Aβ1-42) protofibrils in membrane lateral compartments: Effect of cholesterol and 7-Ketocholesterol
HTT Phan, CV Mun’delanji, KO Baek, N Shimokawa, M Takagi
FEBS letters 588 (18), 3483-3490, 2014
62014
Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulation for uptake of nanoparticles into a charged lipid vesicle dominated by electrostatic interactions
N Shimokawa, H Ito, Y Higuchi
Physical Review E 100 (1), 012407, 2019
52019
Strikingly different effects of cholesterol and 7-ketocholesterol on lipid bilayer-mediated aggregation of amyloid beta (1-42)
HTT Phan, N Shimokawa, N Sharma, M Takagi, CV Mun'delanji
Biochemistry and biophysics reports 14, 98-103, 2018
52018
The phase behavior of mixed lipid membranes in the presence of the rippled phase
N Shimokawa, S Komura, D Andelman
The European Physical Journal E 26 (1), 197-204, 2008
52008
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