Takeshi Sasamura, Ph.D.

Osaka University, Toyonaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu, Japan 
"Takeshi Sasamura"
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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
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, Sasamura T, Matsuno K. (2018) Cell Chirality Drives Left-Right Asymmetric Morphogenesis. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 6: 34
Matsumoto K, Ayukawa T, Ishio A, et al. (2016) Dual Roles of O-Glucose Glycans Redundant with Monosaccharide O-Fucose on Notch in Notch Trafficking. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 291: 13743-52
Okumura T, Sasamura T, Inatomi M, et al. (2015) Class I myosins have overlapping and specialized functions in left-right asymmetric development in Drosophila. Genetics. 199: 1183-99
Ishio A, Sasamura T, Ayukawa T, et al. (2015) O-fucose monosaccharide of Drosophila Notch has a temperature-sensitive function and cooperates with O-glucose glycan in Notch transport and Notch signaling activation. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 290: 505-19
Sawamura K, Maehara K, Keira Y, et al. (2014) A test of double interspecific introgression of nucleoporin genes in Drosophila. G3 (Bethesda, Md.). 4: 2101-6
Hatori R, Ando T, Sasamura T, et al. (2014) Left-right asymmetry is formed in individual cells by intrinsic cell chirality. Mechanisms of Development. 133: 146-62
Nakayama M, Ishibashi T, Ishikawa HO, et al. (2014) A gain-of-function screen to identify genes that reduce lifespan in the adult of Drosophila melanogaster. Bmc Genetics. 15: 46
Sasamura T, Matsuno K, Fortini ME. (2013) Disruption of Drosophila melanogaster lipid metabolism genes causes tissue overgrowth associated with altered developmental signaling. Plos Genetics. 9: e1003917
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