(1) Chemical studies on tuberactinomycins X. Total synthesis of tuberactinomycin O.
T. Teshima, S. Nomoto, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
Tetrahedron Letters, 1976, 2343-2346.

(2) The chemical structure of capreomycin.
T. Shiba, S. Nomoto, and T. Wakamiya.
Experientia, 32, 1109-1110 (1976).

(3) Revised structure and total synthesis of capreomycin.
T. Shiba, S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, and T. Wakamiya.
Tetrahedron Letters, 1976, 3907-3910.

(4) Total synthesis of capreomycin.
S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
Peptide Chemistry, 1976, 109-112.

(5) Relationship between structure and biological activity of antibiotic tuberactinomycin.
T. Shiba, T. Wakamiya, T. Teshima, and S. Nomoto.
Peptide Chemistry, 1976, 127-130.

(6) The revised structure of capreomycin.
S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
The Journal of Antibiotics, 30, 955-959 (1977).

(7) On the role of the ureido and guanidino groups in exhibition of antibacterial activity of tuberactinomycin.
S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, and T. Shiba.
Peptide Chemistry, 1977, 139-144.

(8) Chemical studies on tuberactinomycin XIII. Modification of b-ureidodehydroalanine residue in tuberactinomycin N.
S. Nomoto and T. Shiba.
The Journal of Antibiotics, 30, 1008-1011 (1977).

(9) Chemical studies on tuberactinomycin XV. Total synthesis of tuberactinomycin O.
T. Teshima, S. Nomoto, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
The Journal of Antibiotics, 30, 1073-1079 (1977).

(10) Chemical studies on tuberactinomycin XII. Syntheses and antimicrobial activities of (Ala3, Ala4)-, (Ala3)-, and (Ala4)-tuberactinomycin O.
T. Teshima, S. Nomoto, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 50(12), 3372-3380 (1977).

(11) Preparation of radioisotopically labeled tuberactinomycin, (b-(14C)ureidodehydroalanine5)-tuberactinomycin O.
S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, and T. Shiba.
The Journal of Antibiotics, 31, 792-793 (1978).

(12) Total synthesis of capreomycin.
S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, T. Wakamiya, and T. Shiba.
Tetrahedron, 34, 921-927 (1978).

(13) Synthesis of Nb-methyl-L-b-arginine, a component amino acid in a new antibiotic LL-BM547b.
S. Nomoto and T. Shiba.
Chemistry Letters, 1978, 589-590.

(14) A new synthetic method for dehydroalanine peptides utilizing Hofmann degradation of a,b-diaminopropionyl residue.
S. Nomoto, A. Sano, and T. Shiba.
Peptide Chemistry, 1978, 35-40.

(15) A new synthetic method for dehydroalanine peptides through Hofmann degradation of a,b-diaminopropionyl residue.
S. Nomoto, A. Sano, and T. Shiba.
Tetrahedron Letters, 1979, 521-522.

(16) Syntheses of capreomycin analogs in relation to their antibacterial activities.
S. Nomoto and T. Shiba.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 52(6), 1709-1715 (1979).

(17) Viomycin resistance: alterations of either ribosomal subunit affect the binding of the antibiotic to the pair subunit and the entire ribosome becomes resistant to the drug.
E. C. Choi, M. Misumi, T. Nishimura, N. Tanaka, S. Nomoto, T. Teshima, and T. Shiba.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 87(3), 904-910 (1979).

(18) Asymmetric transformation of amino acids in N-salycylidene amino acyl-L-isoleucinatocopper(II).
K. Harada, K. Shiono, and S. Nomoto.
Chemistry Letters, 1980, 1271-1274.

(19) Asymmetric hydrogenation of chiral pyruvamides.
K. Harada, T. Munegumi, and S. Nomoto.
Tetrahedron Letters, 22, 111-114 (1981).

(20) Gas chromatographic analyses of diastereomeric lactamides.
T. Munegumi, S. Nomoto, and K. Harada.
Journal of Chromatography, 237, 469-472 (1982).

(21) Flame-induced oxidation reaction of aliphatic amines in an aqueous solution.
S. Nomoto, M. Takasaki, N. Sakata, and K. Harada.
Tetrahedron Letters, 24, 3357-3360 (1983).

(22) Formation of bioorganic compounds in aqueous solution induced by plasma.
K. Harada, M. Takasaki, H. Naraoka, and S. Nomoto.
Origins of Life, 14, 107-114 (1984).

(23) Formation of bioorganic compounds in aqueous solution induced by flames.
S. Nomoto, M. Takasaki, H. Naraoka, and K. Harada.
Origins of Life, 14, 123-130 (1984).

(24) Hydroxylation reaction of aromatic rings in aqueous solution induced by hydrogen-oxygen flame.
M. Takasaki, S. Nomoto, and K. Harada.
Chemistry Letters, 1984, 1629-1632.

(25) Flame-induced carboxylation of unsaturated amines in an aqueous formic acid solution.
S. Nomoto and K. Harada.
Chemistry Letters, 1985, 145-148.

(26) Kinetic studies on dehydrogenation reaction of 5,6-dihydro-2,4-(1H,3H)-pyrimidinediones in aqueous solution induced by argon arc plasma or hydrogen-oxygen flame.
H. Naraoka, M.Takasaki, S. Nomoto, and K. Harada.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 60(1), 414-416 (1987).

(27) A facile synthesis of racemic vinylglycine.
S. Shiraishi and S. Nomoto.
Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 52(6), 1601-1602 (1988).

(28) Radical dimerization of allylamine in an aqueous solution initiated by a hydrogen atom from a hydrogen-oxygen flame.
S. Nomoto, S. Shiraishi, and A. Shimoyama.
Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 55(11), 2917-2918 (1991).
(29) Formation of carboxylic acids from elemental carbon and water by arc-discharge experiments.
A. Shimoyama, H. Ikeda, S. Nomoto, and K. Harada.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 67(1), 257-259 (1994).

(30) A new parameter for maturity assessment of organic materials in sediments based on thermal isomerization of monomethylphenanthrenes.
A. Shimoyama, Y. Nakano, and S. Nomoto.
Chemistry Letters, 1994, 1917-1920.

(31) Under-flame oxidation of amines and amino acids in an aqueous solution.
S. Nomoto, A. Shimoyama, S. Shiraishi, and D. Sahara.
Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 60(11), 1851-1855 (1996).

(32) Flame-induced reactions of sulfur-containing amino acids in an aqueous solution.
S. Nomoto, A. Shimoyama, and S. Shiraishi.
Tetrahedoron Letters, 39, 1009-1012 (1998).

(33) Under-flame reactions of sulfur-containing amino acids by a hydrogen-oxygen flame.
S. Nomoto, A. Shimoyama, S. Shiraishi, T. Seno, and D. Sahara.
Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 62(4), 643-649 (1998).

(34) Naphthalenes in Neogene sediments of the Shinjo basin, Japan.
A. Shimoyama, M. Hagiwara and S. Nomoto.
Geochemical Journal, 34(3), 333-340 (2000).

(35) Experimental simulation of thermal alteration of naphthalenes in sediments based on isomerization of methyl- and dimethylnaphthalenes.
M. Hagiwara, S. Nomoto, and A. Shimoyama.
Research in Organic Geochemistry, 15, 43-50 (2000).

(36) A new parameter for maturity determination of organic matter in sediments based on clay-catalyzed thermal isomerization of monomethylphenanthrenes.
S. Nomoto, M. Hagiwara, Y. Nakano, and A. Shimoyama.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 73(6), 1437-1443 (2000).

(37)「鎮痛解熱薬から湿布薬への変換」実験を安全で確実に行う為の二三の工夫
簡易還流冷却器の製作およびサリチル酸とその誘導体の同時TLC分析
野本信也、澤田俊和
化学と教育、48(2), 108-110 (2000).

(38) イオン交換クロマトグラフィーによるアミノ酸の分離
野本信也、千葉洋
化学と教育、48(3), 196-197 (2000).

(39) First synthesis of blastidic acid, a component amino acid in an antibiotic, blasticidin S.
S. Nomoto and A. Shimoyama.
Tetrahedron Letters, 42(9), 1753-1755 (2001).

(40) Detection of maleimides and their characteristics in Neogene sediments of the Shinjo basin, Japan.
M. Kozono, S. Nomoto, H. Mita and A. Shimoyama.
Geochemical Journal, 35(4), 225-236 (2001).

(41) A new maturity indicator of sedimentary organic matter based on thermal fission of allylic bond in porphyrins.
S. Nomoto, M. Kozono, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Chemistry Letters, 2001, 1174-1175.

(42) Structural elucidation of an oxidation product of sedimentary porphyrins by one-pot synthesis of 3-methylphthalimide.
S. Nomoto, M. Kozono, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 74(10), 1975-1976 (2001).

(43) 電荷数の差を目で見よう―
塩ビ管カラムを用いたイオン交換クロマトグラフィーによる色素の分離
野本信也、千葉洋
化学と教育、49(11), 706-707 (2001).

(44) Maleimides in the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary sediments at Kawaruppu, Hokkaido, Japan.
A. Shimoyama, M. Kozono, H. Mita and S. Nomoto.
Geochemical Journal, 35(5), 365-375 (2001).

(45) Urea as a nitrogen source in the formation of polyaspartic acid from malic, maleic and fumaric acids.
M. Terasaki, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 75(1), 153-154 (2002).

(46) Flame-induced addition of urea to unsaturated carboxylic acids.
M. Terasaki, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 75(4), 855-856 (2002).

(47) A new pathway to aspartic acid from urea and maleic acid effected by ultraviolet light.
M. Terasaki, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 32(2), 91-98 (2002).

(48) The first experimental simulation of thermal transformation of chlorophylls into benzoporphyrins in sediments.
M. Kozono, S. Nomoto, and A. Shimoyama.
Chemistry Letters, 2002, 470-471.

(49) A new thermal polycondensation of alanine in molten urea.
M. Terasaki, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Chemistry Letters, 2002, 480-481.

(50) Difference in g-aminobutyric acid content among cultivars of banana.
S. Chek, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Arts and Humanities Review, 17, 42-47 (2002).

(51) Utilization of dried banana as g-aminobutyric acid-containing health-care food.
S. Chek, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Arts and Humanities Review, 18, 27-35 (2002).

(52) Enzymatic transformation of glutamate into g-aminobutyric acid using banana pulp as an enzyme source.
S. Chek, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, and A. Shimoyama.
Arts and Humanities Review, 18, 45-52 (2002).

(53) 2-Ethyl-3-methylmaleimide in Tokyo bay sediments providing the first evidence for its formation from chlorophylls in the present photic and oxygenic zone.
M. Kozono, S. Nomoto, H. Mita, R. Ishiwatari and A. Shimoyama.
Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 66(9), 1844-1847 (2002).

(54) Hydrogen-oxygen flame as a radical source for aqueous-phase reaction: carboxylation of propylamine in aqueous formic acid solution.
Shinya Nomoto, Daisuke Yoshimura, Masayosi Hagiwara, Masaki Kozono, Masanori Terasaki, Masahiro Oba, Susumu Shiraishi, and Hajime Mita.
Photo/Electrochemistry & Photobiology for Environment, Energy & Fuel, 2003, 119-129.

(55) Adsorption of Saturated dicarboxylic acids and their amides on a clay mineral.
Masanori Terasaki, Hajime Mita, Shinya Nomoto, and A. Shimoyama.
Photo/Electrochemistry & Photobiology for Environment, Energy & Fuel, 2003, 147-154.

(56) Kinetic study of abiotic amino acid formation by UV-irradiation.
H. Mita, N. Shirakura, H. Yokoyama, S. Nomoto, and A. Shimoyama.
Advances in Space Research, 33, 1282-1288 (2004).

(57) On the role of urea in chemical evolution of biomolecules V: Formation of N-carbamoylalanine from urea and pyruvic acid in aqueous formic acid.
Masanori Terasaki, Shinya Nomoto, Hajime Mita, and Akira Shimoyama.
Viva Origino, 32(1), 53-59 (2004).

(58) GC/MS analysis of maleimides in present sediments and of those produced by chromic acid oxidation of Neogene sedimentary rocks.
Shinya Nomoto and Hideo Kigoshi.
Research in Organic Geochemistry, 20, 31-37 (2005).

(59) Prebiotic formation of polyamino acids in molten urea.
Hajime Mita, Shinya Nomoto, Masanoti Terasaki, Akira Shimoyama, and Yasuhiko Yamamoto.
International Journal of Astrobiology, 4(2), 145-154 (2005).

(60)The First Experimental Demonstration of Benzoporphyrin Formation from Sedimentary Porphyrins.
Shinya Nomoto, Mitsuru Satou, Takahiro Yoshida, Hajime Mita, Gen Kumagai, Kouichi Nomoto, Hideo Kigoshi, and Yuichiro Kashiyama.
Chemistry Letters, 37(5), 490-491 (2008).

(61)Diazotrophic cyanobacteria as the major photoautotrophs during mid-Cretaceous oceanic anoxic events: Nitrogen and carbon isotopic evidence from sedimentary porphyrin.
Yuichiro Kashiyama, Nanako O. Ogawa, Junichiro Kuroda, Motoo Shiro,
Shinya Nomoto, Ryuji Tada, Hiroshi Kitazato, Naohiko Ohkouchi.
Organic Geochemistry, 39(5), 532-549 (2008)

(62)A compound-specific isotope method for measuring the stable nitrogen isotopic composition of tetrapyrroles.
Yoshito Chikaraishi, Yuichiro Kashiyama, Nanako O. Ogawa, Hiroshi Kitazato, Mitsuru Satoh, Shinya Nomoto, Naohiko Ohkouchi.
Organic Geochemistry, 39(5), 510-520 (2008)

(63) 運動機能障害を持つ化学系大学生のための卒論研究指導
   −障害学生の自立を重視した研究指導の実践−
野本信也
化学と教育,57(3), 154 (2009).

.(64)  Total Synthesis of 17-nor-Deoxophylloerythroetioporphyrin
Shinya Nomoto, Junya Asano, Kenta Asahina, Hajime Mita, and Yuichiro Kashiyama.
Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan, 83(7), 819-821 (2010).

(65) The First Experimental Demonstration of Side Chain Extension of Geoporphyrins in Sediments.
Kenta Asahina, Junya Asano, Gen Kumagai, Mitsuru Satou, Kouichi Nomoto, Yuichiro Kashiyama, Hajime Mita, and Shinya Nomoto.
Chemistry Letters, 39(12), 1267-1269 (2010).

(66) Elucidation of side chain extension mechanism of geoporphyrins by heating experiments of vinylporphyrins.
Kenta Asahina, Yohei Ogawa, Junya Asano, Gen Kumagai, and Shinya Nomoto.
Researches in Organic Geochemistry, 27, 129-142 (2011).

(67) Comprehensive determination of chlorophyll derivatives by chromic acid oxidation.
Yuhi Satoh, Shinya Nomoto, and Takeo Hama.
Chemistry Letters, 41(6), 571-573 (2012).

(68) The first detection of phthalimides in sediments as novel biomarkers for photosynthetic organisms.
Shinya Nomoto, Suzuko Araki, and Hjime Mita
Chemistry Letters, 43(11), 1800-1802 (2014)

(69) Thermal maturity index of the stratum organic matter using phthalimides and maleimides oxidatively extracted from sediments.
Taichi Yota and Shinya Nomoto
Researches in Organic Geochemistry, 30, 1-8 (2014).

(70) Assessment of thermal maturity using demethylation index of geoporphyrins.
Taichi Yota and Shinya Nomoto.
Researches in Organic Chemistry, 30, 23-27 (2014).



総説等
(1) 化学化石
野本信也、原田馨
「物質の進化」原田馨編、学会出版センター、東京(1980)、pp. 181-195.

(2) 古い試薬の廃棄法
野本信也
検査と技術、 29(6), 564-565 (2001).

(3) 地層ベンゾポルフィリンの起源と地球化学的意義
野本信也,熊谷現,朝比奈健太
地球化学,44(4), 221-232 (2010).

(4) 大学における実効的な安全衛生教育のあり方の模索と実践
野本信也
第72回全国産業安全衛生大会研究発表集,10,242-243(2013)

(5) 筑波大学の安全衛生教育と安全活動そして安全文化の構築へ
野本信也
安全と健康、65(6), 38-40 (2014).