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KAMIYAMA Tadashi

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FacultyDepartment of Science / Graduate School of Science and Engineering Research
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Last Updated :2020/04/03

Education and Career

Education

  •  - 2000 , Hiroshima University
  •  - 2000 , Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science
  •  - 1995 , Hiroshima University, Faculty of Science
  •  - 1995 , Hiroshima University, Faculty of Science

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Nanotechnology/Materials, Biochemistry
  • Nanotechnology/Materials, Basic physical chemistry

Published Papers

  • Thermodynamics and kinetics of aggregation of myoglobin with 1,4- dioxane, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, Netsu sokutei, Netsu sokutei, 45(2), 63 - 69, Apr. 2018 , Refereed
  • Thermodynamics of fibrous aggregation of cytochrome c with 1,4-dioxane, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 659, 8 - 12, Jan. 2018 , Refereed
  • Thermodynamic and kinetic properties of sorbitol-induced molten globule of myoglobin, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, J Therm Anal Calorim, J Therm Anal Calorim, 123(3), 1861 - 1869, Mar. 2016 , Refereed
  • Pressure-Sensitive Reaction Yield of the TePixD Blue-Light Sensor Protein, Kunisato Kuroi, Koji Okajima, Masahiko Ikeuchi, Satoru Tokutomi, Tadashi Kamiyama, Masahide Terazima, J. Phys. Chem. B, J. Phys. Chem. B, 119(7), 2897 - 2907, Jan. 2015 , Refereed
  • Destabilization of Cytochrome c by Modified β-Cyclodextrin, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 113(3), 1491 - 1496, Feb. 2013 , Refereed
  • Thermal properties of proteins in solutions, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, Netsu Sokutei, Netsu Sokutei, 39(2), 47 - 53, Mar. 2012 , Refereed
  • Effects of Modified beta-Cyclodextrin on Thermal Stability and Conformation of Lysozyme, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 532, 10 - 14, Mar. 2012
  • Effects of cyclodextrin on thermal stability of cytochrome c, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, Netsusokutei, Netsusokutei, W39, 1 - 5, 2012 , Refereed
  • Nonneutral evolution of volume fluctuations in lysozymes revealed by normal-mode analysis of compressibility, Biophysical Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, 161, 39 - 45, Jan. 2012
  • Thermodynamic properties of chiral fenchones in some solutions at T = 298.15 K, Journal oc chemical thermodynamics, Journal oc chemical thermodynamics, 43, 627 - 634, Apr. 2011
  • Partial specific volume, adiabatic compressibility, and thermal expancibility coefficients of proteins, 95(3), 317 - 319, Dec. 2010
  • The effects of cyclodextrin on thermal stability and conformation of lysozyme, JASCO Report, JASCO Report, 52(2), 16 - 19, Oct. 2010
  • Excess enthalpies for binary mixtures of o-xylene +o-disubstituted isomers, Netsu Sokutei, Netsu Sokutei, 37, 96 - 103, Sep. 2010
  • Excess enthalpies of binary mixtures of ortho-, meta-, para-structural isomers containing aliphatic group, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 102, 1123 - 1133, Jul. 2010
  • Thermodynamics of Lysozyme in Binary Solutions of Water + DMSO, Netsu Sokutei, Netsu Sokutei, 36(5), 263 - 270, Dec. 2009
  • Pressure dependence of the apparent specific volume of bovine serum albumin: insight into the difference between isothermal and adiabatic compressibilities., Biophysical Chemistry, Biophysical Chemistry, 144(1-2), 67 - 71, 2009
  • PREFERENTIAL SOLVATION OF LYSOZYME BY DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE IN BINARY SOLUTIONS OFWATER AND DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 95(2), 353 - 359, 2009
  • Thermodynamic analysis of denaturant-induced unfolding of HodC69S protein supports a three-state mechanism., Biochemistry, Biochemistry, 47, 7116 - 7126, 2008
  • Calorimetric study on inclusion of some alcohols into α-cyclodextrin cavities. Molecular mechanical calculation of hydration Gibbs energies, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 90(2), 581 - 585, Nov. 2007
  • Enthalpies of mixing of o- and m-isomers at 298.15 K, J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., 88, 587 - 595, May 2007
  • Excess enthalpies of binary mixtures of some propylamines + some propanols at 298.15 K, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 450, 91 - 95, Oct. 2006
  • Enthalpies of mixing of ethanol solution of chiral dicarboxylic acids, J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., 85, 559 - 565, Sep. 2006
  • Enthalpic changes on mixing two couples of S- and R-enantiomers which contained amino groups at 298.15 K, J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., J Thermal. Anal. & Calori., 85, 559 - 565, Sep. 2006
  • Enthalpic changes on mixing two couples of S- and R-enantiomers of benzyl-(1-phenyl-ethyl)-amine, 1-phenylethylamine, 1-phenyl-ethanol, butyric acid oxiranylmethyl ester, 4-methyl-[1,3]dioxolan-2-one, 2-Chloro- methyloxirane at 298.15 K, Jounal of Chemical Thermodynamics, Jounal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 38(8), 1042 - 1048, Sep. 2006
  • Enthalpy change on mixing a couple of some chiral compounds at 298.15 K, Chirality, Chirality, 18(8), 518 - 586, Aug. 2006
  • Evolutional Design of a Hyperactive Cysteine- and Methionine-free Mutant of Escherichia coli Dihydrofolate Reductase, J. Biol. Chem., J. Biol. Chem., 281(19), 13234 - 13246, May 2006
  • Thermodynamic properties of D- and L-tartaric acid in aqueous and ethanol solution at 298.15 K, J. Chem. Eng. Data, J. Chem. Eng. Data, 51(4), 909 - 913, Apr. 2006
  • Excess enthalpies of { Methyl Methylthiomethyl Sulfoxide + (CnH2n+1OH, n=4~12)} and {Dimethyl Sulfoxide +(CnH2n+1OH, n=4~12) } at 298.15 K, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 424, 83 - 90, Nov. 2004
    Summary:Excess enthalpies of nine mixtures between methyl methylthiomethyl sulfoxide (MMTSO) or dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) and each of aliphatic alcohols{CH3(CH2)nOH, n=3 to 11} have been determined at 298.15 K. All the systems show the positive enthalpies over the whole range of mole fraction. Excess enthalpies of MMTSO + alcohols are larger than that of DMSO + alcohols and increased with increasing the number of methylene groups of alcohols. The excess partial molar enthalpies at infinite dilution of butane-1-ol showed the boundary between the two linear relationships obtained between those of MMTSO or DMSO and dipole-dipole interaction of aliphatic alcohols{CH3(CH2)nOH, n=0 to 11}-sulfoxides.
  • Enthalpies of Solution of Aliphatic amines, Aliphatic benzene and Alkane in Dimethyl Sulfoxide at 298.15 K, Journal of Solution Chemistry, Journal of Solution Chemistry, 33, 875 - 886, Sep. 2004
    Summary:The enthalpies of solution of aliphatic compounds [{aliphatic amine, H(CH2)nNH2, n = 3 to 10}, aliphatic benzene {H(CH2)nC6H5, n = 0 to 8} and alkane {H(CH2)nH, n = 6 to 10}] in dimethyl sulfoxide have been measured at 298.15 K in the low concentration range from x = 5?10-6 to x = 0.002. The partial molar enthalpies at infinite dilution of each aliphatic compound were determined and were found to increase linearly with increasing number of methylene groups. The enthalpic group contribution of methylene, phenyl, methyl, hydroxyl, nitrile and amine in aliphatic compounds were 1.55 kJ/mol, 2.65 kJ/mol, 3.81 kJ/mol, -2.55 kJ/mol, -3.71 kJ/mol and -4.43 kJ/mol, respectively.
  • Excess enthalpies of {CnH2n+1CN, n=4~12)} + methyl methylthiomethyl sulfoxide or + dimethyl sulfoxide at 298.15 K, J. Chem & Eng data, J. Chem & Eng data, 49, 1046 - 1051, Jul. 2004
    Summary:Excess enthalpies of binary mixtures between each of {CH3(CH2)nCN, n=5 to 12} and methyl methylthiomethyl sulfoxide or dimethyl sulfoxide have been determined at 298.15 K. All mixtures show positive enthalpy changes over the whole range of mole fractions. Excess enthalpies of the mixtures of nitriles increased with increasing size of the aliphatic groups. The increments of dipole interaction terms of ?12?22(r1+r2)-6 on excess partial molar enthalpies at infinite dilution showed different behavior on the border of pentanenitrile.
  • Enthalpy changes on mixing two couples of S- and R-enantiomers of heptane-2-ol, octane-2-ol, nonane-2-ol, 3-chloro-propane-1,2-diol, 2-methyl-1,4-butanediol at 298.15 K, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 405, 129 - 139, May 2004
    Summary:Enthalpies of mixing of (R)- and (S)-enantiomers of liquid chiral compounds such as heptane-2-ol, octane-2-ol, nonane-2-ol, 3-chloropropane-1,2-diol and 2-methyl-1,4-butanediol have been measured over a range of mole fractions at 298.15 K, albeit very small values. Mixingof heterochiral liquids of heptane-2-ol, octane-2-ol, nonane-2-ol, 3-chloro-propane-1,2-diol, realized enthalpic destabilization over the wholerange of mole fractions, whereas that of 2-methyl-1,4-butanediol realized enthalpic stabilization over entire compositions. The maximum values of enthalpies of mixing and the intermolecular interaction of cohesive energy density and entropy of vaporization showed a linearcorrelation except for the compounds having two chiral centers and others.
  • ENTHALPIES OF SOLUTION OF ALIPHATIC COMPOUNDS IN DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE, Thermochimica Acta, Thermochimica Acta, 416, 129 - 134, May 2004
    Summary:The enthalpies of solution of aliphatic compounds [{aliphatic amine, H(CH2)nNH2, n = 3 to 10}, aliphatic benzene {H(CH2)nC6H5, n = 0 to 8} and alkane {H(CH2)nH, n = 6 to 10}] in dimethyl sulfoxide have been measured at 298.15 K in the low concentration range from x = 5?10-6 to x = 0.002. The partial molar enthalpies at infinite dilution of each aliphatic compound were determined and were found to increase linearly with increasing number of methylene groups. The enthalpic group contribution of methylene, phenyl, methyl, hydroxyl, nitrile and amine in aliphatic compounds were 1.55 kJ/mol, 2.65 kJ/mol, 3.81 kJ/mol, -2.55 kJ/mol, -3.71 kJ/mol and -4.43 kJ/mol, respectively.
  • Effects of mutation and ligand binding on the compressibility of a protein., Progress in Biotechnology, Progress in Biotechnology, 19, 63 - 70, 2002

Books etc

  • Journal of Japanese Scientists, KAMIYAMA Tadashi, 分担執筆,   2019 03

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Effects of cyclodextrin on thermal stability of cytochrome c and Bovine serum albumin, ICTAC15,   2012 08 , ICTAC15
  • VOLUME FLUCTUATION OF BIOMOLECULES AS REVEALED BY ISOTHERMAL COMPRESSIBILITY AND THERMAL EXPANSION COEFFICIENT, 5th Internationa Symposium on Molecular Science of Fluctuations toward Biological Functions,   2012 01 , 5th Internationa Symposium on Molecular Science of Fluctuations toward Biological Functions
  • Stability and unfolding of 1H-3-Hydroxy-4-oxoquinaldine 2,4-Dioxygenase.,   2007 12
  • Stability and unfolding of 1H-3-Hydroxy-4-oxoquinaldine 2,4-Dioxygenase.,   2007 10
  • The degradation process of protein in aqueous solution by microcalorimeter,   2006 03
    Summary:In order to research the protein and preserve the food, it is very important to observe and prevent putrefaction (degradation) of these substances. In this study, the degradation process of proteins in aqueous solutions were measured by microcalorimeter, UV, CD, and viscosimetry at 298.15 K and thermodynamic and kinetic analyses of the degradation were performed.
  • Study of destabilization of protein by cyclodextrin as revealed by interactions of cyclodextrin and amino acids,   2006 03
  • Volume changes of Cyclodextrin with amino acids in aqueous solution, PACIFICHEM2005,   2005 12 , PACIFICHEM2005
    Summary:It is important to clarify the molecular identification mechanism and the intermolecular interaction in vivo. The densities of various aqueous alpha- and methyl beta- Cyclodextrin (CD) solutions with 19 kinds of amino acids were respectively measured at 298.15 K. Influences on the molecular recognition by difference in properties of side chain of amino acids were discussed by the obtained molar volume changes of inclusion compounds and the binding constants.
  • Thermodynamic and kinetic study of enzymatic reaction by microcalorimeter, CATS-2005,   2005 10 , CATS-2005
  • Thermodynamic study of metabolic reaction in various aqueous protein solutions, CATS-2005,   2005 10 , CATS-2005
    Summary:In researching the preservation of protein and food, it is very important to observe and prevent putrefaction of the substances. Calorimeters with high stability and sensitivity are suitable for measuring slow thermal reactions such as enzyme activity or solid reactions, because the calorimeter can detect total thermal reactions of samples both thermodynamically and kinetically [1,2]. We studied the metabolic reactions in aqueous myoglobin solutions at various conditions by calorimeter and thermodynamic and kinetic analyses of metabolism were also performed [3]. In this study, the metabolic reactions in various aqueous protein solutions were measured by microcalorimeter at 298.15 K and thermodynamic and kinetic analyses of metabolism were performed.
  • Thermal expansion coefficients of inclusion compounds of alpha-, beta-, and gamma-cyclodextrin in aqueous solutions, CATS-2005,   2005 10 , CATS-2005
  • Highly flexible structure of hyper-active mutant of DHFR as revealed by compressibility,   2004 11
  • ENTHALPIES OF SOLUTION OF INCLUSION COMPOUNDS OF DEOXYCHOLIC ACID, 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics,   2004 08 , 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics
  • Enthalpies of mixing of d- and l- tartaric acid in aqueous and ethanol solution, 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics,   2004 08 , 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics
  • THERMODYNAMIC STUDY ON THE SLOW REACTION OF PROTEIN IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION, IUPAC ICCT-2004,   2004 08 , IUPAC ICCT-2004
    Summary:The high sensitive and stable calorimeter is suitable for measuring slow thermal reactions like an enzyme activity or a solid reaction. Such slow reactions can sensitively reflect so many complicated molecular interactions and conformational changes although it may be difficult to quantitatively divide the differences of the interactions. In this work, the slow reactions which were occurred in myoglobin aqueous solutions were measured at 298.15 K and thermodynamic and kinetic study about the slow reactions were carried out. Aqueous solutions of myoglobin were measured by a twin micro-calorimeter of heat conduction type (Thermal Activity Monitor) with a sealed glass cell for solution. Myoglobin solutions were prepared by dissolving with water and/or hydrochloric acid. The slow reactions were measured under various conditions such as pH and volume of solution (V), concentration of myoglobin (c), and incubation temperature.
  • EXCESS ENTHALPIES OF BINARY MIXTURES OF AMINES + PROPANOLS AT 298.15 K, 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics,   2004 08 , 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics
  • EXCESS ENTHALPIES OF ALIPHATIC ACETATE + METHYL METHYLTHIOMETHYL SULFOXIDE, + DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE, 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics,   2004 08 , 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics
  • THERMODYNAMIC STUDIES ON THE SYSTEM OF METHANOL + ETHANOL AND + PROPANE-1-OL, 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics,   2004 08 , 18th IUPAC International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics