Kenji Matsuno, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Osaka University, Toyonaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu, Japan 
Area:
Notch signaling
Website:
http://www.bio.sci.osaka-u.ac.jp/bio_web/lab_page/matsuno/index.html
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Tomonori Ayukawa grad student
Takashi J Fuwa grad student
Ryo Hatori grad student
Kazuya Hori grad student
Shunya Hozumi grad student
Tatsuo Kagesawa grad student
Junpei Kuroda grad student
Reo Maeda grad student
Kenjiroo Matsumoto grad student
Yukio Nakamura grad student
Mitsutoshi Nakamura grad student
Naotaka Nakazawa grad student (Cell Biology Tree)
Nobuo Sasaki grad student
Kenta Yamada grad student
Tomoko Yamakawa grad student
Tomoki Ishibashi grad student 2013-2019 Osaka University
Hiroyuki O Ishikawa post-doc
Satoshi Kuwana post-doc
Minoru Nakayama post-doc
Takashi Okumura post-doc
Takeshi Sasamura post-doc
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Ishibashi T, Matsuno K. (2022) , encoding Id, controls apical cell shape in the hindgut epithelium. Micropublication Biology. 2022
Shin D, Nakamura M, Morishita Y, et al. (2021) Collective nuclear behavior shapes bilateral nuclear symmetry for subsequent left-right asymmetric morphogenesis in Drosophila. Development (Cambridge, England). 148
Das P, Salazar JL, Li-Kroeger D, et al. (2019) Maternal almondex, a neurogenic gene, is required for proper subcellular Notch distribution in early Drosophila embryogenesis. Development, Growth & Differentiation
Ishibashi T, Hatori R, Maeda R, et al. (2019) E and ID proteins regulate cell chirality and left-right asymmetric development in Drosophila. Genes to Cells : Devoted to Molecular & Cellular Mechanisms. 24: 214-230
Utsunomiya S, Sakamura S, Sasamura T, et al. (2019) Cells with Broken Left–Right Symmetry: Roles of Intrinsic Cell Chirality in Left–Right Asymmetric Epithelial Morphogenesis Symmetry. 11: 505
Inaki M, Hatori R, Nakazawa N, et al. (2018) Chiral cell sliding drives left-right asymmetric organ twisting. Elife. 7
Yamakawa T, Atsumi Y, Kubo S, et al. (2018) Insight into Notch Signaling Steps That Involve from Dominant-Modifier Screens in . Genetics
Inaki M, Sasamura T, Matsuno K. (2018) Cell Chirality Drives Left-Right Asymmetric Morphogenesis. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 6: 34
Inaki M, Hatori R, Nakazawa N, et al. (2018) Author response: Chiral cell sliding drives left-right asymmetric organ twisting Elife
Inaki M, Liu J, Matsuno K. (2016) Cell chirality: its origin and roles in left-right asymmetric development. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
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