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1) Shigeichi Kumazaki*

Anti-Stokes fluorescence of oxazine 1 in solution with continuous wave laser excitation at 785 nm

  Chemical Physics, 2013, in press

 

2) Shigeichi Kumazaki*, Masashi Akari and Makoto Hasegawa

Transformation of Thylakoid Membranes during Differentiation from Vegetative Cell into Heterocyst Visualized by Microscopic Spectral Imaging

  Plant Physiology, 161, 1321 – 1333, (2013)

 

3) Makoto Hasegawa, Takahiko Yoshida, Mitsunori Yabuta, Masahide Terazima and

Shigeichi Kumazaki*,

Anti-Stokes Fluorescence Spectra of Chloroplasts in Parachlorella kessleri and Maize at Room Temperature as Characterized by Near Infrared Continuous Wave Laser Fluorescence Microscopy and Absorption Microscopy

Journal of Physical Chemistry B,115, 4184 – 4194, (2011)

 

4) Makoto Hasegawa, Takashi Shiina, Masahide Terazima, and Shigeichi Kumazaki,*

Selective Excitation of Photosystems in Chloroplasts inside Plant Leaves Observed by Near-Infrared Laser-Based Fluorescence Spectral Microscopy

Plant Cell Physiology, 51(2), 225 – 238 (2010).

 

5) *S. Kumazaki, M. Hasegawa, M. Ghoneim, Y. Shimizu, K. Okamoto, M. Nishiyama, H. Oh-oka and M. Terazima

A Line-Scanning Semiconfocal Multiphoton Fluorescence Microscope with a Simultaneous Broadband Spectral Acquisition and its Application to the Study of the Thylakoid Membrane of a Cyanobacterium Anabaena PCC7120.

   Journal of Microscopy, Vol. 228, 240 - 254, (2007)

 

6) *Kumazaki S., Ikegami I., Furusawa H., Yoshihara K.,

  Energy Equilibration among the Chlorophylls in the Electron Transfer System of

  Photosystem I Reaction Center from Spinach

  Journal of Physical Chemistry A 107(18); 3228-3235, (2003)

 

7) Palit, D. K.; Zhang, T.; Kumazaki, S.; *Yoshihara, K.;

  Hydrogen-Bond Dynamics in the Excited State of Coumarin 102-Aniline   

  Hydrogen-Bonded Complex

  J. Phys. Chem. A.; 107(49); 10798-10804 (2003).

 

8) Relaxation processes of photoexcited carriers in GaAs/AlAs multiple quantum

  well structures grown by molecular beam epitaxy at low temperatures
  Rath MC, Araya T, Kumazaki S, Yoshihara K, *Otsuka N.

  J. Appl. Phys. 94 (5): 3173-3180, (2003)

 

9) *Kumazaki S., Abiko K. , Ikegami I., Iwaki M., Itoh S.

  Energy Equilibration and Primary Charge Separation in Chlorophyll d-Based

  Photosystem I Reaction Center Isolated from Acaryochloris marina,

  FEBS Letters, 530, 153 – 157, (2002)

 

10) Oh J.W., Kumazaki S., Rubtsov I.V., Suzumoto T., Tani T.,*Yoshihara K.

  Ultrafast energy transfer in J-aggregate on AgBr microcrystals: its dependence on

  dye coverage,
  Chem. Phys. Lett. 352, (2002) 357-362.

 

11) Rubtsov IV., Ebina K., Satou F., Oh JW., Kumazaki S., Suzumoto T., Tani T.,

  *Yoshihara K.

  Spectral Sensitization and Supersensitization of AgBr Nanocrystals Studied by

  Ultrafast Fluorescence Spectroscopy.,

  J. Phys. Chem. A, 106 (2002) 2795-2802

 

12) *Kumazaki S., Isamu I., Furusawa H., Yasuda S., Yoshihara K.

  Observation of the Excited State of the Primary Electron Donor Chlorophyll

  (P700) and the Ultrafast Charge Separation in the Spinach Photosystem I Reaction  

  Center,

  Journal of Physical Chemistry, B 105(5), 1093-1099, (2001)

 

13) Rubtsov IV, Zhang T., Nakajima H., Aono S., Rubtsov G.I.,Kumazaki S.,

  *Yoshihara K.

  Conformational Change of Transcriptional Regulator CooA Protein Studied by

  Subpicosecond Mid-Infrared Vibrational Spectroscopy,

  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 123(41) pp10056-10062, (2001)

 

14) Akimitsu Morimoto, Tomoyuki Yatsuhashi, Tetsuya Shimada,

  Shigeichi Kumazaki, Keitarou Yoshihara, and *Haruo Inoue;

  Molecular Mechanism of the Intermolecular Hydrogen Bond between

  2-Piperidinoanthraquinone and Alcohol in the Excited State: Direct Observation of

  the Out-of-Plane Mode Interaction with Alcohol by Transient Absorption Studies

  The Journal of Physical Chemistry A; 105(39); 8840-8849, (2001)

 

15) *Kumazaki S., Nakajima H., Sakaguchi T., Nakagawa E., Shinohara H.,

   Yoshihara K. & Aono S.

   Dissociation and Recombination between Ligands and Heme in a CO-Sensing

   Transcriptional Activator CooA: A Flash Photolysis Study.;

   J. Biol. Chem. 275, 38378 – 38383, (2000).

 

16) Shigeichi Kumazaki, Isamu Ikegami and *Keitaro Yoshihara

   Excitation and electron transfer from selectively excited primary donor

   chlorophyll (P700) in photosystem I reaction center.;

J. Phys. Chem. A  101 (1997) p. 597  

 

17) Stephen Merry, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Yasuhiro Tachibana, D. Melissa Joseph,

   George Porter, Keitaro Yoshihara, James Durrant, James R. Durrant and

   *David Klug;

   Subpicosecond equilibration of excitation energy in isolated photosystem II

   reaction centers revisited: time dependent anisotropy.;

J. Phys. Chem. 100 (1996) pp 10469-10478.   

 

18) DG0 dependence of the electron transfer rate in photosynthetic reaction center

    of plant photosystem I: natural optimization of reaction between chlorophyll a

    and quinone.;

    Masayo Iwaki, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Keitaro Yoshihara, Tatsuo Erabi and

    *Shigeru Itoh;

J. Phys. Chem., 100 (1996) pp 10802-10809.

 

 

 

19) *Takashi Hayashi, Takashi Miyahara, Shigeichi Kumazaki, *Hisanobu Ogoshi

    and Keitaro Yoshihara;

    Intermolecular photoinduced electron transfer between multifunctional  

    porphyrin and ubiquinone analogues linked by multi-hydrogen bonding  

    interaction.;

    Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 35 (1996) pp 1964 – 1966

 

20) Haridas Pal, Yutaka Nagasawa, Keisuke Tominaga, Shigeichi Kumazaki and@

   *Keitaro Yoshihara;

   Deutrium isotope effect on the solvation dynamics.;

J. Chem. Phys. 102 (1995) pp 7758-7760. 

 

21) Rates of primary electron transfer reactions in the photosystem I reaction center

   reconstituted with different quinones as the secondary acceptor;

   Shigeichi Kumazaki, Masayo Iwaki, Isamu Ikegami, Hideki Kandori,

   Keitaro Yoshihara and *Shigeru Itoh;

J. Phys. Chem., 98 (1994) pp 11220 – 11225.

 

22)  Primary photochemical processes in P700-enriched particles: trap-limited decay

    and primary charge separation;

    Shigeichi Kumazaki, Hideki Kandori, Hrvoje Petek, *Keitaro Yoshihara and

    Isamu Ikegami;

J. Phys. Chem., 98 (1994) pp 10335 - 10342.  @

 

23) Keitaro Yoshihara, Yutaka Nagasawa, Arkadi Yartsev, Shigeichi Kumazaki,

   Hideki Kandori, Alan E. Johnson and Keisuke Tominaga;

   Femtosecond intermolecular electron transfer in condensed systems;

J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chem., 80 (1994) pp 169 - 175.

 

24) Alan E. Johnson, Shigeichi Kumazaki and Keitaro Yoshihara;

    Pump-probe spectroscopy and exciton dynamics of J-aggregates at high pump

    intensities;

    Chem. Phys. Lett., 211, pp 511- 515 (1993)    

 

25) A. Agnesi, *G. C. Realli, V. Kubecek, S. Kumazaki, Y. Takagi, K.Yoshihara;    

       b-Barium borate and lithum triborate picosecond parametric oscillators pumped

    by a frequency-tripled passive negative-feedback mode-locked Nd:YAG laser;

    J. Opt. Soc. Am. B, 10, pp 2211-2217, (1993)

 

26)  Shigeichi Kumazaki, Vaclav Kubecek, Yoshihiro Takagi, Giancarlo C. Reali

    and Keitaro Yoshihara; 

    Feedback-controlled mode-locking of Nd:Glass laser using GaAs;

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 31, pp 413-415, (1992)

 

27)  *Vaclav Kubecek, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Yoshihiro Takagi, Keitaro Yoshihara

    and Giancarlo C. Reali 

    Self-defocusing of mode-locked Nd:YAG laser radiation in GaAs, CdSe and

    InP;

    Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 30pp 1805-1807, (1991)

 

28)  Vaclav Kubecek, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Yoshihiro Takagi, Giancarlo C. Reali

    and Keitaro Yoshihara; 

    Actively and passively mode-locked Nd:YAP(YAlO3) laser with negative

    feedback using CdSe and GaAs;

Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 30, pp 1889-1891.(1991)  

 

 

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4) *Yoshihara K. & Kumazaki S.,

  Primary Processes in Plant Photosysnthesis: Photosystem I Reaction Center,

  Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology C 1(1), 22-32, (2000)

 

5) *ŒFè–Έê, ‹gŒ´ãS‘¾˜Y,  Œõ‡¬‰Šú‰ß’ö‚Ì’´‚‘¬•ªŒõ–@‚É‚æ‚é‰ð–¾\

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2) *Shigeichi Kumazaki, Makotoh Hasegawa, Mohammad Ghoneim, Takahiko Yoshida, Masahide Terazima, Takashi Shiina, Isamu Ikegami gThree-Dimensional High-resolution Microspectroscopic Study of Environment-Sensitive Photosynthetic Membranesh(Ed. by H.Fukumura, M.Irie, Y.Iwasawa, H.Masuhara and K.Uosaki)in Molecular Nano dynamics, Volume 2 Chapter 30, pp589 - 606, Wiley-VCH, (2009).

 

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1) *Shigeichi. Kumazaki, Makotoh. Hasegawa, Takahiko Yoshida, Tarou Taniguchi, Takashi Shiina and Isamu Ikegami., gA Line-Scanning Multiphoton Fluorescence Spectromicroscope Applied to the Study of the Thylakoid Membrane in Chloroplastsh,  Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun, (Ed. by Allen JF, Gantt E, Golbeck JH, and Osmond B.), Volume I, section 7, 787 – 790, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (2008)

 

2) *Shigeru Itoh, Tatsuya Uzumaki, Shinichi Takaichi, Masayo Iwaki, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Kunihiro Itoh, and Hiroyuki Mino, gUnidirectional Electron Transfer in Chlorophyll d-Containing Photosystem I Reaction Center Complex of Acaryochloris marinah Photosynthesis. Energy from the Sun, (Ed. by Allen JF, Gantt E, Golbeck JH, and Osmond B.), Volume I, section 2, 93 – 96, Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. (2008)

 

3) S. Kumazaki*, I.Ikegami, S. Itoh@hEnergy transfer and charge separation dynamics in chlorophyll d-based Photosystem I from Acaryochloris marinah in Photosynthesis: Fundamental Aspects to Global Perspectives (ed. by A. van Est & D. Bruce), pp92-94 (Alliance Communication Group, Lawrence, Kansas) XIIIth International Congress on Photosynthesis (2004@August) (Montreal).

 

4) *Kumazaki S., Ikegami I., Yasuda S., Yoshihara K.

   Ultrafast charge separation in the plant photosystem I reaction center

   Ultrafast Phenomena XII, pp 665 - 667, Springer-Verlag, (2000).

 

5) D. R. Klug, J. Durrant, D. M. Joseph, S. Kumazaki, S. Merry, L. Barter, K. Yoshihara, J. Barber, and G. Porter;

   Observation of an intermediate step during primary charge separation by  

   photosystem II;

   Ultrafast Phenomena X, pp 342 - 343, Springer-Verlag, (1996)

 

6) Primary electron-transfer steps in photosystem I reaction center with reduced

number of antenna chlorophylls (12 - 30 Chls/P700);

Shigeichi Kumazaki, Masayo Iwaki, Hideki Kandori, Shigeru Itoh and Keitaro Yoshihara; Ultrafast Phenomena IX, pp 466 - 467, Springer-Verlag, (1994).

 

7) EXCITATION WAVELENGTH DEPENDENCE OF THE EXCITATION TRANSFER IN PHOTOSYSTEM I REACTION CENTER WITH REDUCED NUMBER OF ANTENNA CHLOROPHYLLS

Shigeichi Kumazaki, Hiroko Furusawa, Keitaro Yoshihara and Isamu Ikegami, in Photosynthesis: Mechanism and Effects, Garab G., Ed.; Kluwer Academic Publishers, (1998), Vol.1, pp 575-578.

 

8) DG0 dependence of the rate constant of P700+A0-¨ P700+Q- reaction in the quinone-

reconstituted photosystem I reaction center.;

Masayo Iwaki, Shigeichi Kumazaki, Keitaro Yoshihara, Tatsuo Erabi and Shigeru Itoh;

in Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, Mathis, P., Ed.; Kluwer Academic Publishers, (1995) Vol.2, pp 147-150.

 

9) Photoselective excitation of P680?

Stephen Merry, Shigeichi Kumazaki, James Durrant, Yasuhiro Tachibana, James Barber, George

Porter and David Klug;

in Photosynthesis: from Light to Biosphere, Mathis, P., Ed.; Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995, Vol.1, pp 607-609.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1) "Simultaneous Sensing of Photosynthetic Activity and Thylakoid Morphology Realized by Fluorescence and Absorption Spectral Microscopy "

The 70th Okazaki International Conference on Molecular mechanism of photosynthetic energy conversion:  the present research and future prospects

(Okazaki, Aichi, Japan, December 4 – December 6, 2010)

 

2j gMicro-regulation of oxygenic photosynthesis unveiled by fluorescence microspectroscopy, Nov. 10-12, 2007, The 67th Okazaki Conference, at Okazaki Conference Center, Molecular Science and Chemical Biology of Biomolecular Function

 

3) gEnergy and Electron Transfers in a new type of photosystem I carrying out oxygenic photosynthesis with low energy quantah,

  Trombay Symposium on Radiation and Photochemistry (TSRP-2004), Bhabha

  Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India, (2004), Jan. 8 – 12.

 

4jhUnique design of the electron transfer system in the photosynthetic reaction center containing chlorophyll dh  Symposium on New Developments in Spectroscopic Techniques and Their Applications to Dynamics of Biomolecules, Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe University, Nov. 22-23, 2002.

 

5jhExcitation and Electron Transfers in Photosystem I Reaction

   Center of Spinach: Understanding Elementary Processes between Single Chlorophyll pairs among 100 Chlorophyllsh 1st Asian Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena, at Korea Research Institute of Standards & Science, Taejon, Korea,  February 28 – March 1, 2000

 

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