研究成果(的場章悟)

  1. 研究成果
  2. 公募研究A01 - 的場章悟
  1. 008

    Matoba S, Nakamuta S, Miura K, Hirose M, Shiura H, Kohda T, Nakamuta N, Ogura A.

    "Paternal knockout of Slc38a4/SNAT4 causes placental hypoplasia associated with intrauterine growth restriction in mice."

    Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 2019 doi: 10.1073/pnas.

    プレスリリース 胎盤・胎児の発生に重要なアミノ酸トランスポーターを同定
  2. 007

    Inoue K, Matoba S, Ogura A.

    "Somatic cell nuclear transfer in mice: basic protocol and its modification for correcting X chromosome inactivation status."

    Methods Mol Biol 2018 1861: 55–65.

  3. 006

    Hirose M, Hada M, Kamimura S, Matoba S, Honda A, Motomura K, Ogonuki N, Shawki HH, Inoue K, Takahashi S, Ogura A.

    "Aberrant imprinting in mouse trophoblast stem cells established from somatic cell nuclear transfer-derived embryos."

    Epigenetics 2018 13: 693–703.

  4. 005

    Matoba S, Zhang Y.

    "Somatic cell nuclear transfer reprogramming: mechanisms and applications."(review)."

    Cell Stem Cell 2018 23: 471–485.

  5. 004

    Matoba S, Wang H, Jiang L, Lu F, Iwabuchi KA, Wu X, Inoue K, Yang L, Press W, Lee JT, Ogura A, Shen L, Zhang Y.

    "Loss of H3K27me3 imprinting in somatic cell nuclear transfer embryos disrupts post-implantation development."

    Cell Stem Cell 2018 23: 343–354.

    プレスリリース クローン胚の新たなエピゲノム異常を発見:ヒストン修飾によるゲノムインプリンティングが破綻
  6. 003

    Djekidel MN, Inoue A, Matoba S, Suzuki T, Zhang C, Lu F, Jiang L, Zhang Y.

    "Reprogramming of chromatin accessibility in somatic cell nuclear transfer is DNA replication independent."

    Cell Rep 2018 23: 1939–1947.

  7. 002

    Miura K, Matoba S, Ogonuki N, Namiki T, Ito J, Kashiwazaki N, Ogura A.

    "Application of auxin-inducible degron technology to mouse oocyte activation with PLCζ."

    J Reprod Dev 2018 64: 319–326.

  8. 001

    Watanabe S, Kanatsu-Shinohara M, Ogonuki N, Matoba S, Ogura A, Shinohara T.

    "In vivo genetic manipulation of spermatogonial stem cells and their microenvironment by adeno-associated viruses."

    Stem Cell Reports 2018 10: 1551–1564.