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Takanari Inoue

Takanari Inoue

Takanari Inoue is a chemical and synthetic cell biologist who studies what is known as the “signaling paradox” – the way in which cells achieve sophisticated processing by co-opting sets of molecules for multiple operations within a confined space. Understanding the signaling paradox is critical to biology and engineering, as well as the emerging field of synthetic cell biology. The Inoue Lab's investigations focus on the positive-feedback mechanisms underlying neutrophil chemotaxis, as well as spatio-temporal information processing.

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