Publications：Other Collaborative Research (medaka etc.)
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・We thank Spectrography and Bioimaging facility, NIBB Core Research Facilities for technical support.
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・This study was supported by NIBB Individual Collaborative Research Program (NN-NNN*) to AA**.
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|(43) Watanabe Y, Okuya K, Takada Y, Kinoshita M, Yokoi S, Chisada S, Kamei Y, Tatsukawa H, Yamamoto N, Abe H, Hashimoto H and Hitomi K. (2020)
Gene disruption of medaka (Oryzias latipes) orthologue for mammalian tissue-type transglutaminase (TG2) causes movement retardation.
J Biochem., 168, 213-222.
|(42) Zeng C W, Sheu J C and Tsai H J. (2020)
The Neuronal Regeneration of Adult Zebrafish After Spinal Cord Injury Is Enhanced by Transplanting Optimized Number of Neural Progenitor Cells.
Cell Transplant. 29, 1-11.
|(41) Yokoi S, Naruse K, Kamei Y, Ansai S, Kinoshita M, Mito M, Iwasaki S, Inoue S, Okuyama T, Nakagawa S, Young L J and Takeuchi H. (2020)
Sexually dimorphic role of oxytocin in medaka mate choice.
PNAS, 117, 4802-4808.
|(40) Fujikawa Y, Ishikawa-Fujiwara T, Kuo T, Shinkai N, Shoji T, Kawasaki T, Kamei Y, Sakuraba Y, Sato A, Kinoshita M, Gondo Y, Yuba S, Tsujimura T, Sese J and Todo T. (2020)
Involvement of Rev1 in alkylating agent-induced loss of heterozygosity in Oryzias latipes.
Genes Cells, 25, 124-138.
|(39) Uchimura T, Hara S, Yazawa T, Kamei Y and Kitano T. (2019)
Involvement of heat shock proteins on the transcriptional regulation of corticotropin-releasing hormone in Medaka.
Frontiers in Endocrinology, 10, 529.
|(38) Shikata T, Takahashi F, Nishide H, Shigenobu S, Kamei Y, Sakamoto S, Yuasa K, Nishiyama Y, Yamasaki Y and Uchiyama I. (2019)
RNA-seq analysis reveals genes related to photoreception, nutrient uptake, and toxicity in a noxious red-tide raphidophyte Chattonella antiqua.
Frontiers in Microbiology, 10, 1764.
|(37) Furukawa F, Hamasaki S, Hara S, Uchimura T, Shiraishi E, Osafune N, Takagi H, Yazawa T, Kamei Y and Kitano T. (2019)
Heat shock factor 1 protects germ cell proliferation during early ovarian differentiation in medaka.
Sci. Rep, 9, 6927.
|(36) Nakayama T, Shimmura T, Shinomiya A, Okimura K, Takehana Y, Furukawa Y, Shimo T, Senga T, Nakatsukasa M, Nishimura T, Tanaka M, Okubo K, Kamei Y, Naruse K and Yoshimura T. (2019)
Seasonal regulation of the lncRNA LDAIR modulates self-protective behaviours during the breeding season.
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 3, 845-851 Press Release（NIBB）
|(35) Abe E, Yasugi M, Takeuchi H, Watanabe E, Kamei Y and Yamamoto H. (2019)
Development of omnidirectional aerial display with aerial imaging by retro-reflection (AIRR) for behavioral biology experiments.
Optical Review, 26, 221–229.
|(34) Tonoyama Y, Shinya M, Toyoda A, Kitano T, Oga A, Nishimaki T, Katsumura T, Oota H, Wan M T, Yip B W P, Helen M O L, Chisada S, Deguchi T, Au D W T, Naruse K, Kamei Y and Taniguchi Y. (2018)
Abnormal nuclear morphology is independent of longevity in a zmpste24-deficient fish model of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS).
Comp Biochem Physiol C Toxicol Pharmacol, 209, 54-62.
|(33) Watanabe Y, Furukawa E, Tatsukawa H, Hashimoto H, Kamei Y, Taniguchi Y and Hitomi K. (2018)
Higher susceptibility to osmolality of the medaka (Oryzias latipes) mutants in orthologue genes of mammalian skin transglutaminases.
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem. 82, 1165-1168.
|(32) Nagao Y, Takada H, Miyadai M, Adachi T, Seki R, Kamei Y, Hara I, Taniguchi Y, Naruse K, Hibi M, Kelsh R N and Hashimoto H. (2018)
Distinct interactions of Sox5 and Sox10 in fate specification of pigment cells in medaka and zebrafish.
PLoS Genetics, 4, e1007260.
|(31) Kamijo M, Kawamura M and Fukamachi S. (2018)
Loss of red opsin genes relaxes sexual isolation between skin-colour variants of medaka.
Behav. Processes, 12, 150:25-28.
|(30) Horimizu R, Ogawa R, Watanabe Y, Tatsukawa H, Kinoshita M, Hashimoto H and Hitomi K. (2017)
Biochemical characterization of a medaka (Oryzias latipes) orthologue for mammalian Factor XIII and establishment of a gene-edited mutant.
FEBS J. 284, 2843-2855.
|(29) Ishikawa T, Kashima M, Nagano A J, Ishikawa-Fujiwara T, Kamei Y, Todo T and Mori K. (2017)
Unfolded protein response transducer IRE1-mediated signaling independent of XBP1 mRNA splicing is not required for growth and development of medaka fish.
eLife, 6, e26845.
|(28) Shimmura T, Nakayama T, Shinomiya A, Fukamachi S, Yasugi M, Watanabe E, Shimo T, Senga T, Nishimura T, Tanaka M, Kamei Y, Naruse K & Yoshimura T. (2017)
Dynamic plasticity in phototransduction regulates seasonal changes in color perception.
Nat. Commun., 8412. Press Release（NIBB）
|(27) Nakamoto M, Shibata Y, Ohno K. Usami T, Kamei Y, Taniguchi Y, Todo T, Sakamoto T, Young G, Swanson P, Naruse K and Nagahama Y. (2017)
Ovarian aromatase loss-of-function mutant medaka undergo ovary degeneration and partial female-to-male sex reversal after puberty.
Mol. Cell. Endocrinol., 460, 104-122.
|(26) Takeuchi M, Inoue C, Goshima A, Nagao Y, Shimizu K, Miyamoto H, Shimizu T, Hashimoto H, Yonemura S, Kawahara A, Hirata Y, Yoshida M and Hibi M. (2017)
Medaka and zebrafish contactin1 mutants as a model for understanding neural circuits for motor coordination.
Genes Cells. 22, 723-741.
|(25) Ishikawa T, Toyama T, Nakamura Y, Tamada K, Shimizu H, Ninagawa S, Okada T, Kamei Y, Ishikawa-Fujiwara T, Todo T, Aoyama E, Takigawa M, Harada A and Mori K. (2017)
UPR transducer BBF2H7 allows export of type II collagen in a cargo- and developmental stage-specific manner.
J. Cell Biol., jcb. 201609100.
|(24) Nakayasu T, Yasugi M, Shiraishi S, Uchida S and Watanabe E. (2017)
Three-dimensional computer graphic animations for studying social approach behaviour in medaka fish: Effects of systematic manipulation of morphological and motion cues.
PLoS One, 12, e0175059.
|(23) Takada Y, Watanabe Y, Okuya K, Tatsukawa H, Hashimoto H and Hitomi K. (2017)
Biochemical characterization of the medaka (Oryzias latipes) orthologue for mammalian tissue-type transglutaminase (TG2).
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. 81, 469-474.
|(22) Yokoi S, Ansai S, Kinoshita M, Naruse K, Kamei Y, Young L J, Okuyama T and Takeuchi H. (2016)
Mate-guarding behavior enhances male reproductive success via familiarization with mating partners in medaka fish.
Front Zool., 13, 21.
|(21) Kikuta A, Furukawa E, Ogawa R, Suganuma N, Saitoh M, Nishimaki T, Katsumura T, Oota H, Kawamoto T, Tatsukawa H, Hashimoto H and Hitomi K. (2015)
Biochemical characterization of medaka (Oryzias latipes) transglutaminases, OlTGK1 and OlTGK2, as orthologues of human keratinocyte-type transglutaminase.
PLoS One, 10(12) :e0144194.
|(20) Yokoi S, Okuyama T, Kamei Y, Naruse K, Taniguchi Y, Ansai S, Kinoshita M, Young L J, Takemori N, Kubo T and Takeuchi H. (2015)
An essential role of the arginine vasotocin system in mate-guarding behaviors in triadic relationships of Medaka fish.(Oryzias latipes)
PLoS Genetics, 11, e1005009.
|(19) Murozumi N, Nakashima R, Hirai T, Kamei Y, Ishikawa-Fujiwara T, Todo T and Kitano T. (2014)
Loss of follicle-stimulating hormone receptor function causes masculinization and suppression of ovarian development in genetically female medaka.
Endocrinology, 155, 3136-3145.
|(18) Kimura T, Nagao Y, Hashimoto H, Yamamoto-Shiraishi Y I, Yamamoto S, Yabe T, Takada S, Kinoshita M, Kuroiwa A and Naruse K. (2014)
Leucophores are similar to xanthophores in their specification and differentiation processes in medaka.
PNAS. 111, 20, 7343-7348.
|(17) Nagao Y, Suzuki T, Shimizu A, Kimura T, Seki R, Adachi T, Inoue C, Omae Y, Kamei Y, Hara I, Taniguchi Y, Naruse K, Wakamatsu Y, Kelsh R N, Hibi M and Hashimoto H. (2014)
Sox5 functions as a fate switch in medaka pigment cell development.
PLoS Genet., 10, 4, e1004246.
|(16) Yamamoto K, Suzuki T, Aihara Y, Haga K, Sakai T and Nagatani A. (2014)
The phototropic response is locally regulated within the topmost light-responsive region of the Arabidopsis thaliana seedling.
Plant Cell Physiol. 55(3), 497–506.
|(15) Ogino Y, Hirakawa I, Inohaya K, Sumiya E, Miyagawa S, Denslow N, Yamada G, Tatarazako N and Iguchi T. (2014)
Bmp7 and Lef1 are the downstream effectors of androgen signaling in androgen-induced sex characteristics development in medaka.
Endocrinology, 155(2), 449-462. Press Release（NIBB）
|(14) Miura K and Furumoto T. (2013)
Cold signaling and cold response in plants.
Int. J. Mol. Sci. 14, 5312-5337.
|(13) Ochiai T, Suehiro Y, Nishinari K, Kubo T and Takeuchi H. (2013)
A new data-mining method to search for behavioral properties that induce alignment and their involvement in social learning in medaka fish (Oryzias latipes).
PLoS ONE, 6, 8(9), e71685.
|(12) Ansai S, Sakuma T, Yamamoto T, Ariga H, Uemura N, Takahashi R and Kinoshita M. (2013)
Efficient targeted mutagenesis in medaka using custom-designed transcription activator-like effector nucleases.
Genetics, 193, 739-749.
|(11) Matsui H, Sato F, Sato S, Koike M, Taruno Y, Saiki S, Funayama M, Ito H, Taniguchi Y, Uemura N, Toyoda A, Sakaki Y, Takeda S, Uchiyama Y, Hattori N and Takahashi R. (2013)
ATP13A2 deficiency induces a decrease in cathepsin D activity, fingerprint-like inclusion body formation, and selective degeneration of dopaminergic neurons.
FEBS Letters, 587, 1316-1325.
|(10) Matsuzaki Y, Hosokai H, Mizuguchi Y, Fukamachi S, Shimizu A and Saya H. (2013)
Establishment of HRASG12V transgenic medaka as a stable tumor model for in vivo screening of anticancer drugs.
PLoS ONE, 8(1), e54424.
|(9) Naoe H, Chiyoda T, Ishizawa J, Masuda K, Saya H and Kuninaka S. (2013)
The APC/C activator Cdh1 regulates the G2/M transition during differentiation of placental trophoblast stem cells.
BBRC, 430, 757-762.
|(8) Oishi T, Terai S, Kuwashiro S, Fujisawa K, Matsumoto T, Nishina H and Sakaida I. (2012)
Ezetimibe reduces fatty acid quantity in liver and decreased inflammatory cell infiltration and improved NASH in medaka model.
BBRC, 422, 22-27.
|(7) Ishikawa T, Okada T, Ishikawa-Fujiwara T, Todo T, Kamei Y, Shigenobu S, Tanaka M, Saito T L, Yoshimura J, Morishita S, Toyoda A, Sakaki Y, Taniguchi Y, Takeda S and Mori K. (2013)
ATF6α/β-mediated adjustment of ER chaperone levels is essential for development of the notochord in medaka fish.
Mol. Biol. Cell., 24, 1387-1395.
This paper was selected as a cover art.
|(6) Ansai S, Ochiai H, Kanie Y, Kamei Y, Gou Y, Kitano T, Yamamoto T and Kinoshita M. (2012)
Targeted disruption of exogenous EGFP gene in medaka using zinc-finger nucleases.
Dev. Growth Differ., 54. 546-556.
|(5) Yasuda T, Oda S, Li Z, Kimori Y, Kamei Y, Ishikawa T, Todo T and Mitani H. (2012)
Gamma-ray irradiation promotes premature meiosis of spontaneously differentiating testis-ova in the testis of p53-deficient medaka (Oryzias latipes).
Cell Death Dis., 3, e395.
|(4) Shimizu A and Shimizu N. (2013)
Dual promoter expression system with insulator ensures a stringent tissue-specific regulation of two reporter genes in the transgenic fish.
Transgenic Res. 22, 435-444.
|(3) Kitano T, Hayashi Y, Shiraishi E and Kamei Y. (2012)
Estrogen rescues masculinization of genetically female medaka by exposure to cortisol or high temperature.
Mol Reprod Dev. 79,719-726.
This paper was selected as a cover art.
|(2) Tokumoto T. (2012)
Identification of membrane progestin receptors (mPR) in goldfish oocytes as a key mediator of steroid non-genomic action.
|(1) Chisada S, Okamoto H, Taniguchi Y, Kimori Y, Toyoda A, Sakaki Y, Takeda S and Yoshiura Y. (2011)
Myostatin-deficient medaka exhibit a double-muscling phenotype with hyperplasia and hypertrophy, which occur sequentially during post-hatch development.
Dev Biol. 359(1):82-94.
|(2) Shinya M. (2016)
Construction of the inbred strain
Koich Kawakami et al. (eds.), Zebrafish: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 1451.
|(1) Tokumoto T. (2013)
Membrane progestin receptor, a key mediator of final oocyte maturation in fish.
Sexual Plasticity and Gametogenesis in Fishes (B. Senthilkumaran ed) published by NOVA Science Publishers Inc., USA, 423-440.