Fuyuki Ishikawa

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Kyoto University, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu, Japan 
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Junko Kanoh research scientist 1999-2009 Kyoto University
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Furubayashi T, Motohashi K, Wakao K, et al. (2017) Three-Dimensional Localization of an Individual Fluorescent Molecule with Angstrom Precision. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Takikawa M, Tarumoto Y, Ishikawa F. (2017) Fission yeast Stn1 is crucial for semi-conservative replication at telomeres and subtelomeres. Nucleic Acids Research. 45: 1255-1269
Takikawa M, Tarumoto Y, Ishikawa F. (2016) Fission yeast Stn1 is crucial for semi-conservative replication at telomeres and subtelomeres. Nucleic Acids Research
Yamazaki H, Ishikawa F. (2014) [Telomere maintenance by DNA damage sensor kinases, ATM and ATR]. Seikagaku. the Journal of Japanese Biochemical Society. 86: 812-6
Wakai M, Abe S, Kazuki Y, et al. (2014) A human artificial chromosome recapitulates the metabolism of native telomeres in mammalian cells. Plos One. 9: e88530
Nishiyama A, Yamaguchi L, Sharif J, et al. (2013) Uhrf1-dependent H3K23 ubiquitylation couples maintenance DNA methylation and replication. Nature. 502: 249-53
Tarumoto Y, Kanoh J, Ishikawa F. (2013) Receptor for activated C-kinase (RACK1) homolog Cpc2 facilitates the general amino acid control response through Gcn2 kinase in fission yeast. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 288: 19260-8
Ishikawa F. (2013) Portrait of replication stress viewed from telomeres. Cancer Science. 104: 790-4
Tashiro S, Asano T, Kanoh J, et al. (2013) Transcription-induced chromatin association of RNA surveillance factors mediates facultative heterochromatin formation in fission yeast. Genes to Cells : Devoted to Molecular & Cellular Mechanisms. 18: 327-39
Tanimura N, Saito M, Ebisuya M, et al. (2013) Stemness-related factor Sall4 interacts with transcription factors Oct-3/4 and Sox2 and occupies Oct-Sox elements in mouse embryonic stem cells. The Journal of Biological Chemistry. 288: 5027-38
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