Yuzuru Husimi Finding Aid

HusimiDr. Yuzuru Husimi is currently Professor Emeritus at Saitama University and Professor of Functional Molecules at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering at Saitama University. He began his career at the University of Tokyo in 1969, and has also worked at Saitama University Faculty of Engineering; West German Max Planck biophysical RIKEN as a visiting fellow (1985); the Saitama Bio Project; and the Japan Science and Technology Agency. Dr. Husimi has published over 60 original papers on DNA and evolutionary molecular engineering. His recent major paper titles include: "Multi-line split DNA synthesis: a novel combinatorial method to make high quality peptide libraries." BMC Biotechnol 2004 Sep 1; 4:. 19. Thermodynamical interpretation of an adaptive walk on a Mt. Fuji-type fitness landscape: Einstein relation-like formula holds in a stochastic evolution." J Theor Biol 2003 Nov 21; 225 (2): 215-28. His speciality is in molecular biophysics; evolutionary molecular engineering; clarification of the principles of the emergence of functionality in fast molecular evolution as it is carried out in the laboratory and the actual creation of highly functional biological macromolecules; wetware artificial life; physics of the origin of biological information; and development of a fast DNA sequencer.

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