Mamiko Yajima

Molecular Biology, Cell Biology and Biochemistry Brown University, Providence, RI 
"Mamiko Yajima"
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Fernandez-Nicolas A, Uchida A, Poon J, et al. (2022) Vasa nucleates asymmetric translation along the mitotic spindle during unequal cell divisions. Nature Communications. 13: 2145
Emura N, Yajima M. (2021) Micromere formation and its evolutionary implications in the sea urchin. Current Topics in Developmental Biology. 146: 211-238
Wavreil FDM, Poon J, Wessel GM, et al. (2021) Light-induced, spatiotemporal control of protein in the developing embryo of the sea urchin. Developmental Biology
Xu D, Wavreil F, Waldron A, et al. (2021) Functional Contribution of DCLKs in Sea Urchin Development. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists
Wavreil FDM, Yajima M. (2020) Diversity of activator of G-protein signaling (AGS)-family proteins and their impact on asymmetric cell division across taxa. Developmental Biology. 465: 89-99
Wessel GM, Kiyomoto M, Shen TL, et al. (2020) Genetic manipulation of the pigment pathway in a sea urchin reveals distinct lineage commitment prior to metamorphosis in the bilateral to radial body plan transition. Scientific Reports. 10: 1973
Fernandez-Nicolas A, Xu D, Yajima M. (2019) A tumor suppressor Retinoblastoma1 is essential for embryonic development in the sea urchin. Developmental Dynamics : An Official Publication of the American Association of Anatomists
Poon J, Fries A, Wessel GM, et al. (2019) Evolutionary modification of AGS protein contributes to formation of micromeres in sea urchins. Nature Communications. 10: 3779
Uchida A, Yajima M. (2018) An optogenetic approach to control protein localization during embryogenesis of the sea urchin. Developmental Biology. 441: 19-30
Schudrowitz N, Takagi S, Wessel GM, et al. (2017) The germline factor DDX4 functions in blood-derived cancer cell phenotypes. Cancer Science
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