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last modified:2022/08/15

Assistant Professor ICHIKAWA, Takehiko

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Faculty, Affiliation

WPI Nano Life Science Institute
Research Assistant Professor

College and School Educational Field


Laboratory

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Osaka University Doctor Graduate School of Engineering Science Department of Mechanical Science and Bioengineering 200603 Completed
Osaka University Master Graduate School of Engineering Department of Applied Biological Engineering 200303 Completed
【Academic background(Bachelor's Degree)】
Osaka University Division of Applied Science 200103
【Degree】
Doctor of engineering

Career

Kanazawa Medical University Medical school Assistant professor(2016/09/01-2018/06/30)
RIKEN Researcher(2016/02/01-2016/08/31)
University of Pittsburgh Department of Bioengineering Postdoctoral Fellow(2012/10/01-2015/12/31)
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellow (PD)(2010/04/01-2012/12/31)
National Institutes of Natural Sciences National Institute for Basic Biology Postdoctoral researcher(2006/04/01-2010/03/31)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society


The Biophysical Society of Japan
Japanese Society for Developmental Biologists

Award

○Best Scientific Image/Movie(2011/06/17)

Specialities

Biophysics

Speciality Keywords

Atomic Force Microscope, Light-sheet Fluorescence Microscope, Cell migration, Bioimaging

Research Themes

Development of fusion technology of Atomic Force Microscope and Light Microscope and its application

Development of super-resolution technology using Atomic Force Microscope

Observation of basal membrane of the cell using Atomic Force Microscope

Books

Papers

  •  Chemical fixation creates nanoscale clusters on the cell surface by aggregating membrane proteins. Takehiko Ichikawa,Dong Wang,Keisuke Miyazawa,Kazuki Miyata,Masanobu Oshima,Takeshi Fukuma Communications Biology 5 1 487 2022/05/20
  •  Unraveling the host-selective toxic interaction of cassiicolin with lipid membranes and its cytotoxicity. Kien Xuan Ngo,Phuong Doan N Nguyen,Hirotoshi Furusho,Makoto Miyata,Tomomi Shimonaka,Nguyen Ngoc Bao Chau,Nguyen Phuong Vinh,Nguyen Anh Nghia,Tareg Omer Mohammed,Takehiko Ichikawa,Noriyuki Kodera,Hiroki Konno,Takeshi Fukuma,Nguyen Bao Quoc Phytopathology 2022/05/05 
  •  Visualizing intracellular nanostructures of living cells by nanoendoscopy-AFM Marcos Penedo,Keisuke Miyazawa,Naoko Okano,Hirotoshi Furusho,Takehiko Ichikawa,Mohammad Shahidul Alam,Kazuki Miyata,Chikashi Nakamura,Takeshi Fukuma Science Advances 7 52 2021/12/24
  •  Chemical Fixation Creates Nanoscale Clusters on the Cell Surface by Aggregating Membrane Proteins Takehiko Ichikawa,Dong Wang,Keisuke Miyazawa,Kazuki Miyata,Masanobu Oshima,Takeshi Fukuma Communications Biology 5 1 487 2021/10/11 
  •  Cell penetration efficiency analysis of different atomic force microscopy nanoneedles into living cells. Marcos Penedo,Tetsuya Shirokawa,Mohammad Shahidul Alam,Keisuke Miyazawa,Takehiko Ichikawa,Naoko Okano,Hirotoshi Furusho,Chikashi Nakamura,Takeshi Fukuma Scientific Reports 11 1 7756 2021/04/08

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  •  Non-junctional role of Cadherin3 in cell migration and contact inhibition of locomotion via domain-dependent, opposing regulation of Rac1. Takehiko Ichikawa,Carsten Stuckenholz,Lance A Davidson Scientific Reports 10 1 17326 2020/10/15 
  •  Active K-RAS induces the coherent rotation of epithelial cells: A model for collective cell invasion in vitro. Eishu Hirata,Takehiko Ichikawa(co-first),Shin‐ichi Horike,Etsuko Kiyokawa Cancer Science 109 12 4045 2018/10
  •  Live imaging and quantitative analysis of gastrulation in mouse embryos using light-sheet microscopy and 3D tracking tools (vol 9, pg 575, 2014) Takehiko Ichikawa,Kenichi Nakazato,Philipp J. Keller,Hiroko Kajiura-Kobayashi,Ernst H. K. Stelzer,Atsushi Mochizuki,Shigenori Nonaka Nature Protocols 9 10 2513 2014/10
  •  Live Imaging of Whole Mouse Embryos during Gastrulation: Migration Analyses of Epiblast and Mesodermal Cells Takehiko Ichikawa,Kenichi Nakazato,Philipp J. Keller,Hiroko Kajiura-Kobayashi,Ernst H. K. Stelzer,Atsushi Mochizuki,Shigenori Nonaka PLoS One 8 7 e64506 2013/07 
  •  Immobilizing channel molecules in artificial lipid bilayers for simultaneous electrical and optical single channel recordings Toru Ide,Minako Hirano,Takehiko Ichikawa Cell Signaling Reactions: Single-Molecular Kinetic Analysis 107 2011 
  •  Functional Q beta replicase genetically fusing essential subunits EF-Ts and EF-Tu with beta-subunit Hiroshi Kita,Junghwa Cho,Tomoaki Matsuura,Tomoyuki Nakaishi,Ichiro Taniguchi,Takehiko Ichikawa,Yasuhumi Shima,Itaru Urabe,Tetsuya Yomo JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING 101 5 421 2006/05 
  •  Immobilizing single lipid and channel molecules in artificial lipid bilayers with annexin A5 Takehiko Ichikawa,Takaaki Aoki,Yuko Takeuchi,Toshio Yanagida,Toru Ide Langmuir 22 14 6302 2006/07 
  •  Annexin 5 decreases the diffusion of lipid and channel molecules in an artificial lipid bilayer Takehiko Ichikawa,Yuko Takeuchi,Takaaki Aoki,Toru Ide e-Journal of Surface Science and Nanotechnology 3 213 2005/06/18 
  •  A novel method for artificial lipid-bilayer formation Toru Ide,Takehiko Ichikawa Biosensors & Bioelectronics 21 4 672 2005/10 

Conference Presentations

Others

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

○「原子間力顕微鏡と化学発光タンパク質を用いたATP超解像イメージング法の開発」(2019-2021) 
○「類器官とハイスループットスクリーニングシステムを用いたがん浸潤寄与因子の探索」(2017-2018) 
○「MDCKシスト回転運動メカニズムの解明と癌転移への寄与」(2017-2017) 
○「中内胚葉の力発生による生体発生への影響」(2013-2013) 
○「新規光シート顕微鏡を用いたマウス初期胚における核のエレベーター運動解析」(2010-2012) 

Competitive research funding,Contribution

Collaborative research,Consignment study

Classes (Bachelors)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Basic Nano Life Sciences(2021)
○Basic Nano Life Science(2020)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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