Original Papers- FURUKAWA Yoshihiro -
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1.Temperature-induced oligomerization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at ambient and high pressures.[Scientific Reports, 7,(2017), 7889-] Chanyshev A. D., Litasov K. D., Furukawa Y., Kokh K. A. Shatskiy A. F.
2.Effects of glycine, water, ammonia, and ammonium bicarbonate on the oligomerization of methionine.[Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 47,(2017), 145-160] Huang R., Furukawa Y., Otake T., Kakegawa T.,
3.Racemization of Valine by Impact-Induced Heating.[Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres,(2017)] Furukawa Y., Takase A.,Sekine T., Kakegawa T., Kobayashi T.
4.Adsorption of RNA on mineral surfaces and mineral precipitates.[Beilstein Journal of Organic Chemistry, 13,(2017), 383-404]Biondi E., Furukawa Y., Kawai J., Benner S. A.
5.Evaporite borate-containing mineral ensembles make phosphate available and regiospecifically phosphorylate ribonucleosides: borate as a multifaceted problem solver in prebiotic chemistry.[Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 55,(2016), 15816-15820] Kim H.J., Furukawa Y., Kakegawa T., Bita A., Scorei R., Benner S. A.
6.Morphological changes of olivine grains reacted with amino acid solutions by impact process.[Physics and Chemistry of Minerals,(2016),203-212]Umeda Y., Takase A., Fukunaga N., Sekine T., Kobayashi T., Furukawa Y., Kakegawa T.,
7.Effects of silicate, phosphate, and calcium on the stability of aldopentoses.[Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 46,(2016),189-202] Nitta S., Furukawa Y., Kakegawa T.
8.Survivability and reactivity of glycine and alanine in early oceans: effects of meteorite impacts.[Journal of Biological Physics, 42,(2016),177-198] Umeda Y., Fukunaga N., Sekine T., Furukawa Y., Kakegawa T., Kobayashi T., Nakazawa H.
9.Nucleobase and amino acid formation through impacts of meteorites on the early ocean.[Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 429,(2015), 216-222] Furukawa Y., Nakazawa H., Sekine T., Kobayashi T., Kakegawa T.
10.Shock wave synthesis of amino acids from solutions of ammonium formate and ammonium bicarbonate.[Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 16,(2015)] Suzuki C., Furukawa Y., Kobayashi T., Sekine T., Nakazawa H., Kakegawa T.
11.Abiotic regioselective phosphorylation of adenosine with borate in formamide.[Astrobiology, 15,(2015), 259-267] Furukawa Y., Kim H., Hutter D., Benner S. A.
12.Oligomerization and carbonization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at high pressure and temperature.[Carbon, 84,(2015), 225-235] Chanyshev A. D., Litasov K. D., Shatskiy A. F., Furukawa Y., Yoshino T., Ohtani E.
13.Stability conditions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at high pressures and temperatures.[Geochemistry International, 52,(2014), 767-772] Chanyshev A. D., Litasov K. D., Shatskiy A. F., Furukawa Y., and Ohtani E.
14.Exploration of Enceladus’ water-rich plumes toward understanding of chemistry and biology of the interior ocean.[Aerospace Technology Japan, The ISTS Special Issue of Transactions of JSASS, 12,(2014), Tk7-Tk11]Sekine Y., Takano Y., Yano H., Funase R., Takai K., Ishihara M., Shibuya T., Tachibana S., Kuramoto K., Yabuta H., Kimura J., Furukawa Y.
15.Experimental investigation of formation of volatiles by heating of meteorite constituent materials in humid nitrogen.[Icarus, 231,(2014), 77-82] Furukawa Y., Samejima T., Nakazawa H., Kakegawa T.
16.Selective stabilization of ribose by borate.[Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 43,(2013), 353-361] Furukawa Y., Horiuchi M., Kakegawa T.
17.Abiotic formation of valine peptides under conditions of high temperature and high pressure.[Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, 42,(2012), 519-531] Furukawa Y., Otake T., Ishiguro T., Nakazawa H., Kakegawa T.
18.Impact-induced phyllosilicate formation from olivine and water.[Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 75,(2011), 6461-6472] Furukawa Y., Sekine T., Kakegawa T., Nakazawa H.
19.Stability of amino acids and their oligomerization under high-pressure conditions: Implications for prebiotic chemistry.[Astrobiology, 11,(2011), 799-813] Otake T., Taniguchi T., Furukawa Y., Kawamura F., Nakazawa H., Kakegawa T.
20.New silica clathrate minerals that are isostructural with natural gas hydrates.[Nature Communications, 2,(2011), 196-] Momma K., Ikeda T., Nishikubo K., Takahashi N., Honma C., Takada M., Furukawa Y., Nagase T., Kudoh Y.
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