1)               gSolubilities of Polypeptide with Hydrophobic and Negatively Charged Side-Chaines into Cationic Artificial Membrane Vesicleh A. Takizawa, M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita,* and Y. Tsujita, Colloid & Polym. Sci., 265, 31-36 (1987).

2)               gPhotocontrol of Vesicular Adhesion and Function by a Photoresponsive Polypeptideh M. Higuchi, A. Takizawa,* T. Kinoshita, and Y. Tsujita, Macromolecules, 20, 2888-2892 (1987).

3)               gA Simple Method for the Preparation of an Amphiphilic Polypeptide and its Channel Forming Activityh M. Higuchi, A. Takizawa, T. Kinoshita,* and Y. Tsujita, Rept. Prog. Polym. Phys. Japan, XXXI, 557-560 (1988).

4)               gEffect of Hydrophobicity of Anionic Copolypeptides on the Structure and Functions of Cationic Bilayer Membraneh M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita,* A. Takizawa, and Y. Tsujita, Polym. J., 21, 295-302 (1989).

5)               gMembrane Potential Induced by Multi Valent Metal Ion in a Polypeptide-Phospholipid Composite Membraneh M. Higuchi, Y. nagata, T. Kinoshita,* A. Takizawa, and Y. Tsujita, Rept. Prog. Polym. Phys. Japan, XXXII, 671-674 (1989).

6)               gA Simple Method for the Preparation of an Amphiphilic Polypeptideh M. Higuchi, A. Takizawa, T. Kinoshita,* Y. Tsujita, and K. Okochi, Macromolecules, 23, 361-365 (1990).

7)               gChannel Forming Activity of an Amphiphilic Sequential Polypeptide in a Cationic Bilayer Membraneh M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita,* A. Takizawa, Y. Tsujita, and K. Okochi, Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan, 63, 1916-1920 (1990).

8)               gInteraction between L-Glutamic Acid Containing Polypeptide and Cu2+ Ion on a Bilayer Membraneh M. Higuchi, Y. Nagata, T. Kinoshita,* A. Takizawa, and Y. Tsujita, SEI-GAKKAISHI, 46, 384-390 (1990).

9)               gInteraction between an Anionic Amphiphilic Sequential Polypeptide and Anionic Bilayer Membraneh M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita,* A. Takizawa, Y. Tsujita, K. Okochi, and N. Hattori, Polym. J., 23, 15-22 (1991).

10)           gInter-Vesicular Communications by a Synthetic Amphiphilic Polypeptideh T. Kinoshita,* M. Higuchi, A. Takizawa, and Y. Tsujita, Chem. Lett., 431-434 (1993).

11)           gPhotocontrol of Micellar Structure of an Azobenzene Containing Amphiphilic Sequential Polypeptideh M. Higuchi,* N. Minoura, and T. Kinoshita, Chem. Lett., 227-230 (1994).

12)           gAttachment and Growth of Fibroblast Cells on Silk Fibroinh N. Minoura,* S.-I. Aiba, M. Higuchi, Y. Gotoh, M. Tsukada, and Y. Imai, Biochim. Biophys. Res. Commun., 208, 511-516 (1995).

13)           gPhotoinduced Structural and Functional Changes of an azobenzene-containing Amphiphilic sequential Polypeptideh M. Higuchi,* N. Minoura, and T. Kinoshita, Macromolecules, 28, 4981-4985 (1995).

14)           gPhoto-responsive Behavior of a Monolayer Composed of an Azobenzene Containing Polypeptide in the Main Chainh M. Higuchi,* N. Minoura, and T. Kinoshita, Colloid & Polym. Sci., 273, 1022-1027 (1995).

15)           gRecognition of Amino Acids by Membrane Potential and Circular Dichroism of Immobilized Alubumin Membraneh M. Hara, M. Higuchi, N. Minoura, and A. Higuchi*, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 58, 2025-2032 (1995).

16)           gRecognition of Substrates by Immobilized Alubumin Membranes Prepared from Langmuir-Blodgett and Entrapment Methods ?Response of Circular Dichroisn Induced by D- and L-Tryptophan-g M. Hara, M. Higuchi, N. Minoura, S.-K. Oh-uchi, C.-S. Cho, T. Akaike, and A. Higuchi*, Nippon Kagakukaishi, 483-490 (1996).

17)           gStructural and Functional Modeling of Ion Channelsh M. Higuchi, Journal of the National Institute of Chemical Research, 4, 93-104 (1996).

18)           gMicrophase-Separated Structure in Triblock Copolypeptide Membranes Composed of L-Glutamic Acid and L-Leucineh N. Minoura* and M. Higuchi, Macromolecules, 30, 1023-1027 (1997).

19)           gPhotocontrol of Molecular Orientation of a Photoresponsive Amphiphilic a-Helix in a Lipid Monolayerh M. Higuchi,* N. Minoura, and T. Kinoshita, Langmuir, 13, 1616-1622 (1997).

20)           gRecognition of Hormones by Membrane Potential and Circular Dicroism of Immobilized Protein Membranesh M. Hara, M. Higuchi, N. Minoura, and A. Higuchi*, J. Appl. Polym. Sci., 65, 251-259 (1997).

21)           gSieving Study of Chromatine and Histone-DNA Complex by Porous Hollow Fiber Membraneh A. Higuchi,* T. Yoshimura, K. Kato, M. Hara, M. Higuchi, N. Minoura, T. Hirasaki, T. Sato, G. Ishikawa, H. Nakano, S. Satho, and S.-I. Manabe, J. Membrane Sci., 126, 7-17 (1997).

22)           gStimuli-responsive Formation of Helical Polypeptides Rod Assembliesh N. Minoura,* M. Higuchi, and T. Kinoshita, Materials Science and Engineering, C4, 249-254 (1997).

23)           gSynthesis and Properties of Self-Assembling Branched [n]Rotaxanesh M. Asakawa, M. Higuchi, T. Shimizu, J. F. Stoddart,* and F. M. Raymo, CHIMIA, 51, 421-422 (1997).

24)           gPhotoresponsive Behavior of Self-assembling System by Amphiphilic a-Helix with azobenzen Unith M. Higuchi* and T. Kinoshita, J. Photochem. Photobiol., B. Biol., 42, 143-150 (1998).

25)           gOscillations of Membrane Potential across a Polypeptide Membrane Induced by an Electric Currenth N. Minoura,* M. Higuchi, T. Ohmori, and T. Yamaguchi, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 249, 601-604 (1998).

26)           gAggregation of Self-Assembling Branched [n]rotaxanesh D. B. Ambilino, M. Asakawa, P. R. Ashton, R. Balladini, V. Balzani, M. Belohradsky, A. Credi, M. Higuchi, F. M. Raymo, T. Shimizu, J. F. Stoddart,* M. Venturi, and K. Yase, New J. Chem. 22, 959-972 (1998).

27)           gpH-Induced Structural Changes of a Polymer Micelle Composed of Amphiphilic Polyallylamine Containing Hydrophilic Poly(L-glutamic acid) in the side Chainh M. Higuchi, Polym. J., 31, 279-284 (1999).

28)           gPolymerization of Pyrrole in Microgravityh T. Nakamura,* T. Akutagawa, T. Hasegawa, T. Kikukawa, T. Araiso, M. Higuchi, and K. Hiratani, Synthetic Metals, 101, 78-79 (1999).

29)           gSpecific Binding of L-Alanine onto a Monolayer Composed of Polyallylamine Containing Poly(L-alanine) Graft Chainsh M. Higuchi,* K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Chem. Lett., 1117-1118 (1999).

30)           gSubstrate-induced Formation of a Recognition Structure in a Polypeptides- Lipid Membrane Systemh M. Higuchi,* K. Taguchi, J. P. Wright, and T. Kinoshita, Trans. MRS-J., 25, 409 - 412 (2000).

31)           gSubstrate-Induced Formation of a Recognition Structure in a 4 Polypeptides- Lipid Monolayer Systemsh M. higuchi,* K. Taguchi, J. P. Wright and T. Kinoshita, J. Polym. Sci., A: Polym. Chem., 38, 2186 - 2191 (2000).

32)           gLangmuir Films of Amphiphilic [60]Fullerene Derivativesh Y. Nakamura, M. Taki, A. Asami, S. Inokuma, K. Hiratani, K. Taguchi, M. Higuchi, and J. Nishimura*, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., 73, 1615 ? 1619 (2000).

33)           gStructure and Molecular Recognition Properties of a Polyallyamine Monolayer Containing Poly(L-alanine) Graft Chainsh M. Higuchi,* J. P. Wright, K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Langmuir, 16, 7061-7065 (2000).

34)           gCurrent / Voltage Characteristics of Monolayers of Redox-Swichable [2] Catenanes on Goldh M. Asakawa, M. Higuchi, G. Manersteig, T. Nakamura, A. R. Pease, F. M. Raymo, T. Shimizu, and J. F. Stoddart*, Adv. Materials, 12, 1099 - 1102 (2000).

35)           gStructure and Functional Control of a Synthetic Photo-Responsive Ion Channelh M. Higuchi, Maku, 25, 226 - 232, (2000).

36)           gStructure and Molecular Recognition Properties of a Polyallylamine Monolayer Containing Poly(L-alanine) Graft Chainsh M. Higuchi, Maku, 25, 285 - 286, (2000).

37)           gStructural and Functional Control of a Synthetic Photo-Responsive Ion Channelh M. Higuchi, Res. Adv. Photochem. Photobiol., 1, 155-167 (2000).

38)           gStructure and Molecular Recognition Properties of an Amphiphilic Poly(allylamine) Micelle Containing Poly(L-alanine) Graft Chainsh, M. Higuchi,* J. P. Wright, K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Koubunshi Ronbunshu, 58, 267 ? 272 (2001).

39)           gInsoluble Lithium Complex of Polyether Carboxylic Acids Consisting of Naphthalene Repeating Unit and Its Stable Monolayer on Aqueous Surfacesh K. Taguchi,* T. Murakami, M. Higuchi, M. Goto, K. Hiratani, A. Okada, S. Akabori, Y. Miyata, and M. Miyata, Chem. Lett., 1160 (2001).

40)           gSubstrate-Induced Conformation of an Artificial Receptor with Two Receptor Sitesh M. Higuchi,* T. Koga, K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Langmuir, 18, 813-818 (2002).

41)           gpH-Regurated Formation of Amiloid-like b-Sheet Assemblies from Polyglutamate Grafted Polyallylamineh T. Koga, K. Taguchi, T. Kinoshita, and M. Higuchi*, Chem. Commun. 243-243 (2002).

42)           gFabrication of Vertically and Unidirectionally Orientated Polypeptide Assemblies on Self-Assembled Monolayer by Stepwise Polymerizationh M. Higuchi,* T. Koga, K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Chem. Commun. 1126-1127 (2002).

43)           gPreparation of Vertically and Unidirectionally Oriented a-helical Sequential Polypeptide Assemblies on Self-Assembled Monolayersh M. Higuchi,* T. Koga, K. Taguchi, and T. Kinoshita, Trans. MRS-J., 27, 489-492 (2002).

44)           gSpontaneous Formation of Fibrilar b-sheet Assemblies from Peptide-Grafted Polyamine; Effect of Complexation with Poly(Ethylene glycol) Derivativesh T. Koga, K. Taguchi, M. Higuchi,* and T. Kinoshita, Trans. MRS-J., 27, 493-496 (2002).

45)           gAmyloid Formation of Native Folded Protein Induced by Peptide-based Graft Copolymerh T. Koga, K. Taguchi, M. Kogiso, Y. Kobuke, T. Kinoshita, and M. Higuchi*, FEBS Lett. 531, 137-140 (2002).

46)           gStructural Regulation of Peptide-conjugated Graft Copolymer: A Simple Model for Amyloid Formationh T. Koga, K. Taguchi, Y. Kobuke, T. Kinoshita, and M. Higuchi*, Chem. Eur. J. 9(5), 1145-1156 (2003).

47)           gStudy of the Factors Influencing Peak Asymmetry on Chromatography using a Molecularly Imprinted Polymer Prepared by the Epitope Approachh N. Minoura*, R. Oleksander, M. Higuchi, T. Shimizu, Bioseparation, 10, 399-407 (2003).

48)           gLigand-Printed Ion Pore Composed of Polypeptide Assembly in a Lipid Bilayer Membraneh M. Higuchi,* T. Koga, Y. Kobuke, T. Kinoshita, and M. Kawaguchi, Trans. MRS-J., 29, 3143-3146 (2004).

49)           gPhoto-induced Vectorial Electron Transfer through Oriented Metal Coordinated Peptide Assembly on a Self-Assembled Monolayerh M. Higuchi,* H. Ooi, and M. Kawaguchi, Trans. MRS-J., 30, 325-328 (2005).

50)           gFormation of Substrate-Induced Amphiphilic Sequential Peptide Assembly in a Lipid Monolayerh T. Saito, M. Higuchi,* and M. Kawaguchi, Trans. MRS-J., 30, 329-332 (2005).

51)           gpH-Induced Reversible Conformational and Morphological Regulation of Polyleucine Grafted Polyallylamine Assembly in Solutionh M. Higuchi,* T. Inoue, H. Miyoshi, M. Kawaguchi, Langmuir., 21(24), 11462-11467 (2005).

52)           gAFM studies on LB films of poly(n-hexyl isocyanate), poly(vinyl acetate), and their binary mixturesh M. Ohkita, M. Higuchi, and M. Kawaguchi*, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 292(1), 300-303 (2005).

53)           gControlled Self-Assembly of Amphiphilic Oligopeptides into Shape-Specific Nanoarchitecturesh T. Koga, M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita, and N. Higashi*, Chem. Eur. J. 12(5), 1360-1367 (2006).

54)           gStructural Control of Peptide-coated Gold Nanoparticle Assemblies by the Conformational Transition of Surface Peptidesh M. Higuchi,* K. Ushiba, and M. Kawaguchi, J. Colloid Interface Sci., 308(2), 356-363 (2007).

55)           gStimuli induced Structural Control of Sequential Alternating Amphiphilic Peptide coated Gold Nanoparticle Assembliesh K. Ushiba, M. Higuchi,* and M. Kawaguchi, Trans. MRS-J., 32(2), 379-382 (2007).

56)           gSurface plasmon resonance-based trace detection of small molecules by competitive and signal enhancement immunoreactionh H. Aizawa, M.Tozuka, S. Kurosawa, K. Kobayashi, S. M. Reddy, M. Higuchi, Analytica Chimica Acta 591(2), 191-194 (2007).

57)           gVectorial Electron Transfer through Oriented Metal Coordinated Peptide Assembly on a Self-Assembled Monolayerh M. Higuchi, Thin Solid Films, 516(12), 4312-4318 (2008).

58)           gSpecific Permeability of Chiral Amino Acids through Functional Molecular Membranes Composed of an Amphiphilic Graft Peptideh M. Higuchi* and T. Kinoshita, ChemPhysChem., 9(8), 1110-1113 (2008).

59)           gStimuli Induced Structural Changes of Gold Nanoparticle Assemblies Having Sequential Alternating Amphiphilic Peptide at the Surfaceh M. Higuchi,* K. Nagata, S. Abiko, M. Tanaka, and T. Kinoshita, Langmuir, 24(23), 13359-13363 (2008).

60)           "Controlled Release and Entrapment of Enantiomers in Self-Assembling Scaffolds Composed of b-Sheet Peptides" Y. Zhao, M. Tanaka, T. Kinoshita,* M. Higuchi, and T. Tan,* Biomacromolecules, 10(12), 3266-3272 (2009).

61)           gFunctional Molecular membranes composed of Amphiphilic Graft Peptides, Specific Permeability of Chiral Amino Acids through the Membraneh M. Higuchi,* K. Nagata, and T. Kinoshita, Trans. MRS-J., 35(1), 91-94 (2010).

62)           gNanofibrous scaffold from self-assembly of b-sheet peptides containing phenylalanine for controlled releaseh Y. Zhao, M. Tanaka, T. Kinoshita,* M. Higuchi, and T. Tan*, J. Control. Release, 142(3), 354-360 (2010).

63)           gSelf-assembling peptide nanofiber scaffolds for controlled release governed by gelator design and guest sizeh Y. Zhao, M. Tanaka, T. Kinoshita,* M. Higuchi, and T. Tan*, J. Control. Release, 147(3), 392-399 (2010).

64)           gActivity Control of Redox Protein on the Photo-Responsive Ordered Metal Coordinated Peptide Nano-Arrayh X. Wang, K. Nagata and M. Higuchi,* Trans. MRS-J., 35(4), 821-824 (2010).

65)           gIon Permeability through Micro-phase Separated Membranes composed of Amphoteric Block Polymersh E. Ito, M. Higuchi,* K. Yamamoto, K. Nagata, and T. Kinoshita, J. Appl. Polym. Sci.,120(1), 79-85 (2011).

66)           gMultistep Growth Mechanism of Calcium Phosphate in the Earliest Stage of Morphology-Controlled Biomineralizationh T. Nonoyama, T. Kinoshita,* M. Higuchi, K. Nagata, M. Tanaka, K. Sato, and K. Kato*, Langmuir, 27(11), 7077-7083 (2011).

67)           gOrdered Nanopattern Arrangement of Gold Nanoparticles on b-Sheet Peptide Templates through Nucleobase Pairingh T. Nonoyama, M. Tanaka, Y. Inai, M. Higuchi, and T Kinoshita*, ACS Nano, 5(8), 6174-6183 (2011).

68)           gArtificial Extracellular Matrix Proteins Containing Phenylalanine Analogues Biosynthesized in Bacteria Using T7 Expression System and the PEGlyationh A. Takasu,* S. Kondo, A. Ito, M. Higuchi, T. Kinoshita, and I. Kwon, Biomacromolecules, 12(10), 3444-3452 (2011).

69)           "Functional Regulation of an Immobilized Redox Protein on an Oriented Metal Coordinated Peptide Monolayer as an Electron Mediator" X. Wang, K. Nagata, and M. Higuchi*, Langmuir, 27(20), 12569-12574 (2011).

70)           gFormation and Electrochemical Investigation of Ordered Cobalt Coordinated Peptide Monolayers on Gold Substratesh X. Wang, K. Nagata, and M. Higuchi*, Thin Solid Films, 520(7), 2884-2891 (2012).

71)           gTiO2 Synthesis Inspired by Biomineralization: Control of Morphology, Crystal Phase, and Light-Use Efficiency in a Single Processh Takayuki Nonoyama, Takatoshi Kinoshita,* Masahiro Higuchi, Kenji Nagata, Masayoshi Tanaka, Kimiyasu Sato, and Katsuya Kato*, JACS, 134(21), 8841-8847 (2012).

72)           gArrangement Techniques of Proteins and Cells using Amorphous Calcium Phosphate Nanofiber Scaffoldsh T. Nonoyama, T. Kinoshita*, M. Higuchi, K. Nagata, M. Tanaka, M. Kamada, K. Sato, and K. Kato*, Applied Surface Science, 262(1), 8-12 (2012).

73)           gCalcium Phosphate Biomineralization in Peptide Hydrogels for Injectable Bone-filling Materialsh T. Nonoyama, H. Ogasawara, H. Tanaka, M. Higuchi, and T. Kinoshita*, Soft Mater, 8(45), 11531-11536 (2012).

74)           gElectric-Field-Enhanced orientated metal coordinated peptide monolayer and its electro-chemical propertyh X. Wang, S. Fukuoka, R. Tsukigawara, K. Nagata, and M. Higuchi*, J.Collid Interface Sci.,390(1), 54-61 (2013).

75)           gDesign of the nanocarrier having the regulated drug release ability utilizing a reversible conformational transition of peptide responded to slight pH changesh, K. Murai, M. Higuchi,* T. Kinoshita, K. Nagata, and K. Kato,* Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys, 15(27), 11454-11460 (2013).

76)           gSynthesis of New Cell-Penetrating S-Galactosyl-Oligoarginine Peptides as Inducers of Recombinant Protein Expression under the Control of Lac Operator/Repressor Systemsh, Y. Mizuta, A. Takasu,* and M. Higuchi, ChemPlusChem. 78(7), 677-683 (2013).

77)           gCalcium carbonate biomineralization utilizing a multifunctional b-sheet peptide templateh, K. Murai, M. Higuchi,* T. Kinoshita, K. Nagata, and K. Kato, Chem. Commun, 49(85), 9947-9949 (2013).

78)           gpH- and Thermo-induced Specific Permeability of Chiral Amino Acids  through the Peptide Grafted Poly(N-isopropylamide) Network Membraneh, M. Yu, K. Nagata, and M. Higuchi*, Sen'i Gakkaishi, 69(12), 245-250 (2013).

79)           gpH and Thermo-induced Morphological Changes of the Amphiphilic Peptide Grafted Copolymer Assembly in Solutionh, M. Yu, T. Tang, A. Takasu, and M. Higuchi*, Polym. J., 46(1), 52-58 (2014).

80)           gThe Silica Mineralization by the Peptide Template having a Highly Charge Relay Effecth, K. Murai, M. Higuchi,* T. Kuno, and K. Kato,* ChemPlusChem, 79(4), 531-535 (2014). .