Hori Lab. Faculty of Science, Kyushu University

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By devising and applying chemical principles, we are developing chemical biology techniques to label and visualize proteins with synthetic fluorescent molecules.

In living cells, countless biomolecules exist, dynamically changing their localization and controlling cellular events by performing the biomolecular functions in a subcellular region where they are needed. Visualization of the movement of these biomolecules provides important information to elucidate the physiological functions they control.

We have developed original technology for fluorescent labeling of proteins to reveal how proteins move in living cells and regulate biological phenomena. Furthermore, we aim to elucidate biological phenomena regulated by nucleic acids, glycans, and extracellular vesicles in addition to proteins, and to control functions of biomolecules at will by making full use of our protein labeling technology.

News

  • 2022/12/12
    Added photos to Album "Lunch party (12/07) and Dinner party with Mr.Fukuda (12/09)".
  • 2022/11/16
    Added photos to Album "Softball Competition (10/08)".
  • 2022/11/1
    Our homepage has been released.
  • 2022/11/1
    We are looking for graduate students and postdocs!
  • 2022/6/1
    Mr.Kamikawa (D2) was assigned as a research student from Osaka University.
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Graduate school of science, Kyushu University
Hori Lab.

West 1 B926, 744 Motooka Nishi-ku, Fukuoka, Japan 819-0395
TEL: 092–802–4161
MAIL:hori at chem.kyushu-univ.jp