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Kumano Gaku

クマノ ガク | Kumano Gaku
Affiliation and department:
Homepage URL  (2): http://db.tohoku.ac.jp/whois/detail/8a8a463fec1e68b2a16604816109a0dc.htmlhttp://db.tohoku.ac.jp/whois/e_detail/8a8a463fec1e68b2a16604816109a0dc.html
Research field  (1): Developmental biology
Research keywords  (7): 進化 ,  発生 ,  ホヤ ,  形態形成 ,  生殖細胞 ,  stem cell ,  jellyfish
Papers (2):
  • Nakamoto A, Kumano G. Dynein-Mediated Regional Cell Division Reorientation Shapes a Tailbud Embryo. iScience. 2020. 23. 3. 100964
  • Fujiki A, Shiting H, Nakamoto A, Kumano G. Branching pattern and morphogenesis of medusa tentacles in the jellyfish Cladonema pacificum (Hydrozoa, Cnidaria). Zoological letters. 2019. 5. 12
MISC (10):
  • Hidehiko Hashimoto, Takashi Enomoto, Gaku Kumano, Hiroki Nishida. The transcription factor FoxB mediates temporal loss of cellular competence for notochord induction in ascidian embryos (vol 138, pg 2591, 2011). DEVELOPMENT. 2011. 138. 14. 3091-3091
  • Michio Mugitani, Kazuhiko Nishide, Gaku Kumano, Hiroki Nishida. Left-right asymmetry of ascidian larvae is determined by rotation of the whole embryos within the vitelline membrane. MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT. 2009. 126. S184-S184
  • Hidehiko Hashimoto, Atsushi Enomoto, Gaku Kumano, Hiroki Nishida. Molecular basis of attenuation of competence to respond to FGF signal in ascidian notochord induction. MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT. 2009. 126. S108-S108
  • Fact-finding site-visit at Universities of California “Honors Program”. Bulletin of Institute for Higher Education Research and Practice, Osaka University. 2008. 5, 25-32
  • Gil Jung Kim, Gaku Kumano, Hiroki Nishida. A novel signal from the anterior ectoderm is involved in fate determination between notochord and nerve cord in ascidian embryos. ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE. 2006. 23. 12. 1176-1176
Books (3):
  • Early embryonic axis formation in a simple chordate ascidian.
    Springer 2018
  • Microinjection of exogenous DNA into eggs of Halocynthia roretzi.
    Springer 2018
  • Taxon-specific maternal factors for germline specification.
    Springer 2014
Association Membership(s) (2):
The Zoological Society of Japan ,  The Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists
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