東京理科大学 理工学部応用生物科学科 松永研究室

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野田市山崎2641
東京理科大学理工学部
応用生物科学科
松永研究室
04-7124-1501
内線 (3442)
sachi (at) rs.tus.ac.jp
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  1. Sakamoto, T., Tsujimoto-Inui, Y., Sotta, N., Hirakawa, T., Matsunaga, T. M., Fukao, Y., Matsunaga, S.+, and Fujiwara, T.+ (2018) Proteasomal degradation of BRAHMA promotes Boron tolerance in Arabidopsis. Nature Commun., in press. +Double corresponding authors
  2. Yagi, N., Matsunaga, S., and Hashimoto, T. (2018) Insights into cortical microtubule nucleation and dynamics in Arabidopsis leaf cells. J. Cell Sci., in press. [Link]
  3. Kadokura, S.*, Sugimoto, K.*+, Tarr, P., Suzuki, T., and Matsunaga, S.+ (2018) Characterization of somatic embryogenesis initiated from the Arabidopsis shoot apex. Dev. Biol., 442, 13-27. *These authors equally contributed to this work. +Double corresponding authors [Link]
  4. Kazama, Y., Hirano, T., Abe, T., and Matsunaga, S. (2018) Chromosomal rearrangement: from induction by heavy-ion irradiation to in vivo engineering by genome editing. Cytologia, 83, 125-128. [J-STAGE]
  5. Hasegawa, J.*, Sakamoto, T.*, Fujimoto, T., Yamashita, T., Suzuki, T., and Matsunaga, S. (2018) Auxin decreases chromatin accessibility through the TIR1/AFBs auxin signaling pathway in proliferative cells. Sci. Rep., 8, 7773. *These authors equally contributed to this work. [Link]
  6. Matsunaga, S. (2018) Planimal cells: Artificial photosynthetic animal cells inspired by endosymbiosis and photosynthetic animals. Cytologia, 83, 3-6. [J-STAGE]
  7. Nishida, H., Tanaka, S., Handa, Y., Ito, M., Sakamoto, Y., Matsunaga, S., Betsuyaku, S., Miura, K., Soyano, T., Kawaguchi, M., and Suzaki, T. (2018) A NIN-LIKE PROTEIN mediates nitrate-induced control of root nodule symbiosis in Lotus japonicus. Nature Commun., 9, 499. [Link]
  8. Kim, J. M.*+, To, T.*, Matsui, A., Tanoi, K., Kobayashi, N., Matsuda, F., Habu, Y., Ogawa, D., Sakamoto, T., Matsunaga, S., Bashir, K., Rasheed, S., Ando, M., Takeda, H., Kawaura, K., Kusano, M., Fukushima, A., Endo, T., Kuromori, T., Ishida, J., Morosawa, T., Tanaka, M., Torii, C., Takebayashi, Y., Sakakibara, H., Ogihara, Y., Saito, K., Shinozaki, K., Devoto, A., and Seki, M.+ (2017) Acetate-mediated novel survival strategy against drought in plants. Nature Plants, 3, 17097. *These authors equally contributed to this work. +Double corresponding authors [Link]
  9. Sakamoto, N. A.*, Thuong Lan, V. H.*, Fujimoto, S.*, Matsunaga, S. and Tanaka A. (2017) An ion beam-induced Arabidopsis mutant with marked chromosomal rearrangement. J. Rad. Res., 58, 772-781. *These authors equally contributed to this work. [Link]
  10. Matsunaga, T. M., Ogawa, D., Taguchi-Shiobara, F., Ishimoto, M., Matsunaga, S. and Habu, Y. (2017) Direct quantitative evaluation of disease symptoms on living plant leaves growing under natural light. Breed. Sci., 67, 316-319. [J-STAGE]
  11. Matsunaga, S. and Matsunaga, T. M. (2017) FISH with padlock probes can efficiently reveal the genomic position of low or single-copy DNA sequences. Cytologia, 82, 337-339. [J-STAGE]
  12. Hoshino, A., Matsunaga, T. M., Sakamoto, T., and Matsunaga, S. (2017) Hi-C revolution: from a snapshot of DNA-DNA interaction in a single cell to chromosome-scale de novo genome assembly. Cytologia, 82, 223-226. [J-STAGE]
  13. Sakamoto, Y. and Matsunaga, S. (2017) Deep imaging of plant roots by a rapid transparency technique TOMEI. Cytologia, 82, 221-222. [J-STAGE]
  14. Spallek, T.*, Melnyk, C., W.*, Wakatake, T., Zhang, J., Sakamoto, Y., Kiba, T., Yoshida, S., Matsunaga, S., Sakakibara, H. and Shirasu, K. (2017) Interspecies hormonal control of host root morphology by parasitic plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 114, 5283-5288. *These authors equally contributed to this work. [Link]
  15. Kurita, K.*, Sakamoto,T.*, Yagi, N., Sakamoto, Y., Ito, A., Nishino, N., Sako,K., Yoshida, M., Kimura, H., Seki, M. and Matsunaga, S. (2017) Live imaging of H3K9 acetylation in plant cells. Sci. Rep., 7, 45894. *These authors equally contributed to this work. [Link]
  16. Matsunaga, S. and Nakaya, A. (2017) Computational synteny analysis promotes a better understanding of chromosome evolution. Cytologia, 82, 101-104. [J-STAGE]
  17. Hirakawa, T., Hasegawa, J., White, C. I., and Matsunaga, S. (2017) RAD54 forms DNA repair foci in response to DNA damage in living plant cells. Plant J., 90, 372-382. [Link]