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件数:32件
[2019]
1.Cidaroids, clypeasteroids, and spatangoids: Procurement, culture, and basic methods.[Methods in Cell Biology,150,(2019),81-103]Hibino T., Minokawa T., and Yamazaki A.
[2018]
2.Anteroposterior molecular registries in ectoderm of the echinus rudiment.[Developmental Dynamics,247,(2018),1297-1307]Adachi S., Niimi I., Sakai Y., Sato F., Minokawa T., Urata M., Sehara-Fujisawa A., Kobayashi I. and Yamaguchi M.
[2017]
3.Comparative studies on the skeletogenic mesenchyme of echinoids.[Developmental Biology,(2017)]Takuya Minokawa
[2016]
4.Characterization of Paramyosin and Thin filaments in the Smooth Muscle of Acorn Worm, a Member of Hemichordates.[Journal of Biochemistry,160(6),(2016),369-379]Sonobe H., Obinata T., Minokawa T., Haruta T., Kawamura S., Wakatsuki S., Sato N.
5.Roles of hesC and gcm in echinoid larval mesenchyme cell development.[Development, Growth and Differentiation,58(3),(2016)]Yamazaki A, Minokawa T
[2015]
6.Expression patterns of mesenchyme specification genes in two distantly related echinoids, Glyptocidaris crenularis and Echinocardium cordatum.[Gene Expression Patterns,17,(2015),87-97]Yamazaki A, Minokawa T.
10.1016/j.gep.2015.03.003
7.Neurogenesis in directly and indirectly developing enteropneusts: of nets and cords.[Organisms Diversity & Evolution,(2015)]Kaul-Strehlow S, Urata M, Minokawa T, Stach T, Wanninger A.
10.1007/s13127-015-0201-2
[2014]
8.Larval mesenchyme cell specification in the primitive echinoid occurs independently of the double-negative gate.[Development,141,(2014),2669-2679]Yamazaki A, Kidachi Y, Yamaguchi M, Minokawa T.
9.Early stalked stages in ontogeny of the living isocrinid sea lily Metacrinus rotundus.[Acta Zoologica,(2014)]Amemiya S, Omori A, Tsurugaya T, Hibino T, Yamaguchi M, Kuraishi R, Kiyomoto M, Minokawa T.
10.1111/azo.12109
[2012]
10.“Micromere” formation and expression of endomesoderm regulatory genes during embryogenesis of the primitive echinoid Prionocidaris baculosa.[Development, Growth and Differentiation,54,(2012),566-578]Atsuko Yamazaki, Yumi Kidachi, Takuya Minokawa
10.1111/j.1440-169X.2012.01360.x
11.青森県陸奥湾における半索動物ミサキギボシムシBalanoglossus misakiensis Kuwano, 1902の初記録.[青森自然誌研究,(2012)]阿部広和、鷲尾正彦、山嵜敦子、美濃川拓哉、西川輝昭
[2009]
12.Evolutionary modification of T-brain (tbr) expression patterns in sand dollar.[Gene Expression Patterns,(2009)]Keiko Minemura, Masaaki Yamaguchi, Takuya Minokawa
10.1016/j.gep.2009.07.008
13.Role of the Nanos homolog during sea urchin development.[Developmental Dynamics,(2009)]Fujii, T., N. Sakamoto, H. Ochiai, K. Fujita, Y. Okamitsu, N. Sumiyoshi, T. Minokawa, and T. Yamamoto
14.Evolutionary modification of specification for the endomesoderm in the direct developing echinoid Peronella japonica: loss of the endomesoderm-inducing signal originating from micromeres.[Development, Genes and Evolution,219,(2009),235-247]Minoru Iijima, Yasuhiro Ishizuka, Yoko Nakajima, Shonan Amemiya, Takuya Minokawa
10.1007/s00427-009-0286-8
15.Expression patterns of wnt8 orthologs in two sand dollar species with different developmental modes.[Gene Expression Patterns,9,(2009),152-157]Hidewo Nakata, Takuya Minokawa
10.1016/j.gep.2008.11.004
[2005]
16.cis-Regulatory inputs of the wnt8 gene in the sea urchin endomesoderm network.[Developmental Biology,288(2),(2005),545-558]Takuya Minokawa, Athula H. Wikramanayake, Eric H. Davidson
[2004]
17.Molecular heterotopy in the expression of Brachyury orthologs in Order Clypeasteroida (irregular sea urchins) and Order Echinoida (regular sea urchins).[Development Genes and Evolution,214,(2004),546-558]T. Hibino, Y. Harada, T. Minokawa, M. Nonaka, S. Amemiya
18.R11: A cis-regulatory node of the sea urchin embryo gene network that controls early expression of SpDelta in micromeres.[Developmental Biology,274,(2004),438-451]R. Revilla-i-Domingo, T. Minokawa, E.H. Davidson
19.SpHnf6, a transcription factor that executes multiple functions in sea urchin embryogenesis.[Developmental Biology,273,(2004),226-243]O. Otim, G. Amore, T. Minokawa, D.R. McClay, E.H. Davidson
20.Expression patterns of four different regulatory genes that function during sea urchin development.[Gene Expression Patterns,4,(2004),449-456]T. Minokawa, J.P. Rast, C. Arenas-Mena, C.B. Franco, E.H. Davidson
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