Dr. Akira Kinjo

akira.kinjo@ubd.edu.bn

Associate Professor, Faculty of Science

               

     

EDUCATION

Ph.D in Genetics (SOKENDAI), M. Sc. in Chemistry (Kyoto University)

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Evolutionary developmental biology
Probabilistic models in biological sequence analysis
Monte Carlo and evolutionary simulations

FUTURE PROJECTS

Mathematical modeling in evolutionary developmental biology


Applications Invited

Time series analysis based on recurrent neural networks


Applications Invited
49

Scopus Publications

1155

Google Scholar Citations

20

Google Scholar h-index

31

Google Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

1. Kinjo AR. Cooperative “folding transition” in the sequence space facilitates function-driven evolution of protein families. Journal of Theoretical Biology 443:18-27 (2018)
2. Nishikawa K, Kinjo AR. Mechanism of evolution by genetic assimilation: Equivalence and independence of genetic mutation and epigenetic modulation in phenotypic expression. Biophysical Reviews 10:667–676 (2018)
3. Hall D, Kinjo AR, Goto Y. A new look at an old view of denaturant induced protein unfolding. Analytical Biochemistry 542:40-57 (2018) [DOI:10.1016/j.ab.2017.11.011]
4. Kinjo AR, Bekker G-J, Wako H, Endo S, Tsuchiya Y, Sato H, Nishi H, Kinoshita K, Suzuki H, Kawabata T, Yokochi M, Iwata T, Kobayashi N, Fujiwara T, Kurisu G, Nakamura H. New tools and functions in Data-out activities at Protein Data Bank Japan (PDBj). Protein Science (2017)
5. Kinjo AR. Monte Carlo simulation of a statistical mechanical model of multiple protein sequence alignment. Biophysics and Physicobiology 14:99-110 (2017)