Original Papers- KOGANEZAWA Masayuki -
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1.Antennae sense heat stress to inhibit mating and promote escaping in Drosophila females..[J Neurogenet.,32(4),(2018),353-363]Yusuke Miwa, Masayuki Koganezawa & Daisuke Yamamoto
2.Serotonergic neuronal death and concomitant serotonin deficiency curb copulation ability of Drosophila platonic mutants..[Nature Communications,7,(2016)]Yasemin B. Yilmazer, Masayuki Koganezawa, Kosei Sato, Jinhua Xu & Daisuke Yamamoto
3.The neural circuitry that functions as a switch for courtship versus aggression in Drosophila males..[Current Biology,26,(2016),1395-1403]Koganezawa M., Kimura K., Yamamoto D.
4.Requirement of the Tec family tyrosine kinase Btk29A for courtship memory in Drosophila males.[Arch. Insect. Biochem. Physiol.,91,(2016),165-174]Sunouchi K., Koganezawa M., Yamamoto D.
5.Zeste tunes the timing of ecdysone actions in triggering programmed tissue degeneration in Drosophila..[J. Neurogenet.,29,(2015),169-173]Goto T., Sato K., Sone H., Koganezawa M., Ito H., Yamamoto D.
6.Drosophila ovipositor extension in mating behavior and egg deposition involves distinct sets of brain interneurons..[PLoS One,10,(2015)]Kimura K, Sato C, Koganezawa M, Yamamoto D.
7.The Drosophila lingerer protein cooperates with Orb2 in long-term memory formation..[J Neurogenet,29,(2015),8-17]Kimura S, Sakakibara Y, Sato K, Ote M, Ito H, Koganezawa M, Yamamoto D.
8.The Dmca1D channel mediates Ca(2+) inward currents in Drosophila embryonic muscles..[J. Neurogenet.,29,(2015),117-123]Hara Y., Koganezawa M., Yamamoto D.
9.Select interneuron clusters determine female sexual receptivity in Drosophila.[Nature Communications,4,(2013)]Sakurai, A., Koganezawa, M., Yasunaga, K., Emoto, K., and Yamamoto, D.
10.Fruitless recruits two antagonistic chromatin factors to establish single-neuron sexual dimorphism.[Cell,149,(2012),1327-1338]Ito, H., Sato, K., Koganezawa, M., Ote, M., Matsumoto, K., Hama, C., Yamamoto, D.
11.An untranslated RNA sequence encoded in the putative regulatory regionof fruitless, a major courtship regulator gene of Drosophila.[Intern. J. Biol.,4,(2012),20-26]Takayanagi S, Toba G, Koganezawa M, Lukacsovich T, Yamamoto D
12.Sexually dimorphic shaping of interneuron dendrites involves the Hunchback transcription factor.[J. Neuroscience,31,(2011),5454-5459]Goto, J., Mikawa, Y., Koganezawa, M., Ito, H., and Yamamoto, D.
13.Gr39a, a Highly Diversified Gustatory Receptor in Drosophila,has a Role in Sexual Behavior.[Behavior Genetics,(2011)]Watanabe, K., Toba, G., Koganezawa, M., and Yamamoto D.
14.Female contact activates male-specific interneurons that trigger stereotypic courtship behavior in a Drosophila male.[Neuron,69,(2011),498-508]Kohatsu, S., Koganezawa, M., and Yamamoto, D.
15.Neuronal synaptic outputs determine the sexual fate of postsynaptic targets.[Current Biology,20,(2010),836-840]Nojima, T., Kimura, K., Koganezawa, M., and Yamamoto, D.
16.The shaping of male courtship posture by lateralized gustatory inputs to male-specific interneurons.[Current Biology,(2010)]Koganezawa, M., Haba, D., Matsuo, T., and Yamamoto, D.
17.Phenotypic interactions of spinster with the genes encodingproteins for cell death control in Drosophila melanogaster.[Arch. Insect Biochem. Physiol.,(2010)]Sakurai, A., Nakano, Y., Koganezawa, M., and Yamamoto, D.
18.Memory effects on scale-free dynamics in foraging Drosophila.[J. Theoretical Biology,260,(2009),353-358]Koganezawa, M., Hara, H., Hayakawa, Y., and Shimada, I
19.The shaping of Drosophila male courtship posture by a gustatory pheromone.[Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci.,1170,(2009),497-501]Koganezawa, M., Matsuo, T., Kimura, K.-i., and Yamamoto, D.
20.Doublesex coordinate to generate male-specific neurons that can initiate courtship.[Neuron,59,(2008),759-769]Kimura, K.-i., Hachiya, T., Koganezawa, M., Tazawa, T., and Yamamoto, D.
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