Award Winners

(Without honorifics)

Young Investigator’s Oral Presentation Award

“Excellent Stone Award” and “Good Stone Award” are Sponsored by Kokusan Chemical Co., Ltd.

Excellent Stone Award

Abstract # Name (Affiliation) Title
Y-07 Arafiles Valenzuela Jan Vincent
(Kyoto Univ.)
Extracellular thiol-disulfide exchange reaction produces potent macropinocytosis-inducing peptide analogs
Y-12 Eri Sasaki
(Tokyo Univ. of Pharm. and Life Sci.)
Development of α-dystroglycan binding peptide modified liposomes for muscle targeting delivery system

Good Stone Award

Abstract # Name (Affiliation) Title
Y-02 Cui Yan
(Tokyo Univ. of Pharm. and Life Sci.)
Development of solid-supported 4-fluorophenyl 3-nitro-2-pyridinesulfenate (NpysOPh(pF)) as an efficient disulfide-forming agent
Y-08 Kentarou Sakamoto
(Kyoto Univ.)
Artificial viral capsid to deliver biomacromolecules into cytosol
Y-14 Kento Ohkawachi
(Tokushima Univ.)
A new thiol additive for one-pot sequential peptide ligation-desulfurization chemistry

Poster Presentation Award

Excellent Poster Presentation Award

Supported by The Japanese Peptide Society

Abstract # Name (Affiliation) Title
P-007 Naoki Kamo
(Univ. of Tokyo)
Total chemical synthesis of linker histone H1.2 and heterochromatin protein 1 alpha through one-pot multiple peptide ligation using Ru catalyst
P-060 Erika Miyamoto
(Keio Univ.)
Inhibition of Amyloid β assembly induced on GM1-containing lipid membrane using cyclic peptides
P-061 Itsumi Tani
(Hokkaido Univ.)
Control of nucleolar formation via nucleolar protein nucleophosmin by PPM1D phosphatase
P-076 Seiya Fujita
(Kyoto Univ.)
Peptide-based PICsome to the deliver an enzyme into plants for the addition of antibiotic resistance
P-077 Yuka Kanata
(Osaka Pref. Univ.)
Post-antibody drugs: affinity maturation of a molecular-targeted HLH peptide
P-088 Masataka Mizunuma
(Niigata Univ.)
Application of Mn2+-specific biosensor based on G-quadruplex DNA aptamer
P-098 Sae Uno
(Hokkaido Univ.)
Effects of Ser/Thr phosphatase PPM1D on adipocyte differentiation and lipid droplet formation