Professor: Kei YURA

Computational biology on post-transcription and pre-translation processes

PhD Course: Ha Thi Thu DUONG

Genome/structurome analyses on the mechanisms of deafness by single mutations

MS Course:  Noe KANEKO

Bioinformatics analyses of the genes for the development of mouse cerebral cortex

MS Course: Tamaki KAMINAGA

Analysis of the metabolism regulation mechanisms by Mex-3B protein

MS Course: Chikako MARU

Role of heparan sulfate in proteoglycan

MS Course: Tahmina AMANI

Data science analysis on the mRNA 3′ terminus modification proteins

MS Course: Zohra GHAIOR

Relational database building for BRCA1/BRCA2 mutations


Prediction of transcription factor binding sites on genome sequence

BSci Course: Mayu SHIBATA

Prediction of dimer structures of bacterial proteins based on covariance information

BSci Course: Nagisa TAKASHIMA

Gene expression analyses on ageing cells

BSci Course: Michiru MONTA

Gene expression profile analysis for liver cancer cell

BSci Course: Misae ARAI

Relationship between BRCA1/BRCA2 mutation and breast cancer

BSci Course: Ai FUJII


Lab. Assistant: Iyoko TAKINAMI

This lab welcomes new members (graduate and undergraduate students) who have basic knowledge of computation and are interested in computational biology that  computationally analyzes protein sequences and three-dimensional structures.

The entrance exam for the graduate school will be held in summer (Aug.) and winter (Feb.). For the one who wants to stay temporarily (eg. two-month internship) in this lab and get the feeling of the field and the lab, contact Prof. Kei Yura (Edit Email address).