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  1. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award '98
    • Yoji Arata (Water Research Insitute)
      Molecular Recognition by Proteins: Dynamical Aspects as Studied by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
    • Koichi Shudo (University of Tokyo)
      Chemical Studies on Carcinogenesis and Carcinostatics
    • Shiro Terashima (Sagami Chemical Research Center)
      Development of Efficient Synthetic Methods for Biologically Active Compounds and Its Application to Medicinal Chemistry
    • Kaoru Fuji (Kyoto University)
      Development of New Asymmetric Reactions Utilizing Carbanions

  2. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Divisional Scientific Contribution '98
    • Chuzo Iwata (Osaka University)
      Development of New Reactions Utilizing Feature of Sulfure Atom and the Applications
    • Tsuneo Namba (Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University)
      Development of Antiviral Therapeutic Agents from Traditional Medicines
    • Susume Honda (Kinki University)
      Studies on the Characteristic Features of Free Solution Capillary Electrophoresis and Its Application to Pharmaceutical Sciences
    • Michinao Mizugaki (Tohoku University Hospital)
      Development of Microdetermination of Prostaglandin Metabolites by GC/MS and Its Clinical Application
    • Ikuko Kimura (Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University)
      Desensitizing Function of Calcium Mobilized by the Postsynaptic Neuronal- Type Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors at the Neuromuscular Junction

  3. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Young Scientists '98
    • Yasuhiro Uozumi (Nagoya City University)
      MOP: Design, Preparation, and Use for Palladium-Catalyzed Asymmetric Reactions
    • Shogo Oka (Kyoto University)
      Molecular Biological Approach to Functions of Telencephalin, a Cell Adhesion Molecule and HNK-1 Carbohydrate Epitope, Which Is Commonly Expressed on Cell Adhesion Molecules in the Nervous System
    • Tomofumi Santa (The University of Tokyo)
      Development and Application of the Analytical Methods with Spectrometry for Bio-Related Compounds
    • Akimasa Shibukawa (Kyoto University)
      Development of High-Performance Frontal Analysis and Application to Drug- Plasma Protein Binding Study
    • Hiroshi Suzuki (The University of Tokyo)
      Mechanism for the Detoxification of Xenobiotics Mediated by Efflux
    • Motoyoshi Nomizu (National Research Council Canada)
      Identification of Biologically Active Sites in Laminin an Extracelluar Matrix Protein
    • Shiroh Futaki (Kyoto University)
      Peptide Synthesis Aiming at Elucidation and Creation of Protein Functions
    • Tohru Mizushima (Okayama University)
      Function of DnaA Protein, the Initiator for Chromosomal DNA Replication in E. coli

  4. The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan Award for Drug Research and Development '98
    • Hachiro Sugimoto et. al. (Tsukuba Research Laboratories for Drug Discovery, Eisai Co.,Ltd.)
      Discovery and Development of Donepezil Hydrochloride for the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

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