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YAMASU Kyo

ヤマス キョウ | YAMASU Kyo
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://devbiol.seitai.saitama-u.ac.jp/
Research keywords  (5): zebrafish ,  brain development ,  neurogenesis ,  animal development ,  developmental biology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
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Papers (61):
  • Akama K, Ebata K, Maeno A, Taminato T, Otosaka S, Gengyo-Ando K, Nakai J, Yamasu K, Kawamura A. Role of somite patterning in the formation of Weberian apparatus and pleural rib in zebrafish. Journal of anatomy. 2019
  • Inomata C, Yuikawa T, Nakayama-Sadakiyo Y, Kobayashi K, Ikeda M, Chiba M, Konishi C, Ishioka A, Tsuda S, Yamasu K. Involvement of an Oct4-related PouV gene, pou5f3/pou2, in neurogenesis in the early neural plate of zebrafish embryos. Developmental biology. 2019
  • Ban H, Yokota D, Otosaka S, Kikuchi M, Kinoshita H, Fujino Y, Yabe T, Ovara H, Izuka A, Akama K, Yamasu K, Takada S, Kawamura A. Transcriptional autoregulation of zebrafish tbx6 is required for somite segmentation. Development (Cambridge, England). 2019
  • Fujino Y, Yamada K, Sugaya C, Ooka Y, Ovara H, Ban H, Akama K, Otosaka S, Kinoshita H, Yamasu K, Mishima Y, Kawamura A. Deadenylation by the CCR4-NOT complex contributes to the turnover of hairy-related mRNAs in the zebrafish segmentation clock. FEBS letters. 2018. 592. 20. 3388-3398
  • Tsuda S, Hiyoshi K, Miyazawa H, Kinno R, Yamasu K. 4D imaging identifies dynamic migration and the fate of gbx2-expressing cells in the brain primordium of zebrafish. Neuroscience letters. 2018. 690. 112-119
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MISC (7):
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Books (2):
  • Fred H. Wilt, Sarah C. Hake共著(赤坂、大隅、八杉監訳、分担翻訳) ウィルト発生生物学
    東京化学同人 2006
  • 石原勝敏、浅尾哲朗、団まりな、山口征矢、弥益 恭 「目で見る生物学」(三訂版)
    培風館 2006
Education (3):
  • - 1982 - Faculty of Science
  • - 1984 - Graduate School, Division of Science
  • - 1987 - Graduate School, Division of Science
Professional career (1):
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