Shigeaki Saitoh

Cell biology Kurume University, Kurume-shi, Fukuoka-ken, Japan 
"Shigeaki Saitoh"
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Toyoda Y, Soejima S, Masuda F, et al. (2021) TORC2 inhibition of α-arrestin Aly3 mediates cell surface persistence of S. pombe Ght5 glucose transporter in low glucose. Journal of Cell Science. 134
Uehara L, Saitoh S, Mori A, et al. (2021) Multiple nutritional phenotypes of fission yeast mutants defective in genes encoding essential mitochondrial proteins. Open Biology. 11: 200369
Takeda A, Saitoh S, Ohkura H, et al. (2019) Identification of 15 new bypassable essential genes of fission yeast. Cell Structure and Function
Toyoda Y, Akarlar B, Sarov M, et al. (2018) Extracellular glucose level regulates dependence on GRP78 for cell surface localization of multi-pass transmembrane proteins in HeLa cells. Febs Letters
Nakazawa N, Teruya T, Sajiki K, et al. (2018) Fission yeast ceramide ts mutants exhibit defects in G0 quiescence, nutrient metabolism, and lipid homeostasis. Journal of Cell Science
Masuda F, Ishii M, Mori A, et al. (2016) Glucose restriction induces transient G2 cell cycle arrest extending cellular chronological lifespan. Scientific Reports. 6: 19629
Toyoda Y, Saitoh S. (2015) Adaptive regulation of glucose transport, glycolysis and respiration for cell proliferation. Biomolecular Concepts
Saitoh S, Mori A, Uehara L, et al. (2015) Mechanisms of expression and translocation of major fission yeast glucose transporters regulated by CaMKK/phosphatases, nuclear shuttling, and TOR. Molecular Biology of the Cell. 26: 373-86
Saitoh S, Yanagida M. (2014) Does a shift to limited glucose activate checkpoint control in fission yeast? Febs Letters. 588: 2373-8
Sato H, Saitoh S. (2013) Switching the centromeres on and off: epigenetic chromatin alterations provide plasticity in centromere activity stabilizing aberrant dicentric chromosomes. Biochemical Society Transactions. 41: 1648-53
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