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    1. Kumagai, F; Hasezawa, S
      Dynamic organization of microtubules and microfilaments during cell cycle progression in higher plant cells

      PLANT BIOLOGY
    2. Kumagai, F; Yoneda, A; Tomida, T; Sano, T; Nagata, T; Hasezawa, S
      Fate of nascent microtubules organized at the M/G(1) interface, as visualized by synchronized tobacco BY-2 cells stably expressing GFP-tubulin: Time-sequence observations of the reorganization of cortical microtubules in living plant cells

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    3. Fukuda, M; Hasezawa, S; Nakajima, N; Kondo, N
      Changes in tubulin protein expression in guard cells of Vicia faba L. accompanied with dynamic organization of microtubules during the diurnal cycle

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    4. Hasezawa, S; Ueda, K; Kumagai, F
      Time-sequence observations of microtubule dynamics throughout mitosis in living cell suspensions of stable transgenic Arabidopsis - Direct evidence for the origin of cortical microtubules at M/G(1) interface

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Kumagai, F; Hasezawa, S; Nagata, T
      Putative involvement of a 49 kDa protein in microtubule assembly in vitro

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    6. Hasezawa, S; Nozaki, H
      Role of cortical microtubules in the orientation of cellulose microfibril deposition in higher-plant cells

      PROTOPLASMA
    7. HASEZAWA S; SANO T; NAGATA T
      THE ROLE OF MICROFILAMENTS IN THE ORGANIZATION AND ORIENTATION OF MICROTUBULES DURING THE CELL-CYCLE TRANSITION FROM M-PHASE TO G(1)-PHASE IN TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS

      Protoplasma
    8. FUKUDA M; HASEZAWA S; ASAI N; NAKAJIMA N; KONDO N
      DYNAMIC ORGANIZATION OF MICROTUBULES IN GUARD-CELLS OF VICIA-FABA L. WITH DIURNAL CYCLE

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    9. MIYAKE T; HASEZAWA S; NAGATA T
      ROLE OF CYTOSKELETAL COMPONENTS IN THE MIGRATION OF NUCLEI DURING THECELL-CYCLE TRANSITION FROM G(1) PHASE TO S-PHASE OF TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS

      Journal of plant physiology
    10. HASEZAWA S; KUMAGAI F; NAGATA T
      SITES OF MICROTUBULE REORGANIZATION IN TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS DURING CELL-CYCLE PROGRESSION

      Protoplasma
    11. MITSUI H; HASEZAWA S; NAGATA T; TAKAHASHI H
      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT ACCUMULATION OF A KINESIN-LIKE PROTEIN, KATB C, IN SYNCHRONIZED TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS/

      Plant molecular biology
    12. KUMAGAI F; HASEZAWA S; TAKAHASHI Y; NAGATA T
      THE INVOLVEMENT OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS ELONGATION-FACTOR 1-ALPHA IN THEORGANIZATION OF MICROTUBULES ON THE PERINUCLEAR REGION DURING THE CELL-CYCLE TRANSITION FROM M-PHASE TO G(1) PHASE IN TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS

      Botanica acta
    13. TAKAHASHI Y; HASEZAWA S; KUSABA M; NAGATA T
      EXPRESSION OF THE AUXIN-REGULATED PARA GENE IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO ANDNUCLEAR-LOCALIZATION OF ITS GENE-PRODUCTS

      Planta
    14. HASEZAWA S; SANO T; NAGATA T
      OBLIQUE CELL PLATE FORMATION IN TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS ORIGINATES IN DOUBLE PREPROPHASE BANDS

      Journal of plant research
    15. NAGATA T; ISHIDA S; HASEZAWA S; TAKAHASHI Y
      GENES INVOLVED IN THE DEDIFFERENTIATION OF PLANT-CELLS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    16. NAGATA T; KUMAGAI F; HASEZAWA S
      THE ORIGIN AND ORGANIZATION OF CORTICAL MICROTUBULES DURING THE TRANSITION BETWEEN M-PHASE AND G(1)-PHASE OF THE CELL-CYCLE AS OBSERVED IN HIGHLY SYNCHRONIZED CELLS OF TOBACCO BY-2

      Planta
    17. NAGATA T; HASEZAWA S
      EVENTS AT THE BORDER BETWEEN THE M-PHASE AND G1-PHASE IN HIGHLY SYNCHRONIZED CULTURE OF TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS

      Journal of plant research
    18. HASEZAWA S; NAGATA T
      MICROTUBULE-ORGANIZING CENTERS IN PLANT-CELLS - LOCALIZATION OF A 49 KDA PROTEIN THAT IS IMMUNOLOGICALLY CROSS-REACTIVE TO A 51 KDA PROTEINFROM SEA-URCHIN CENTROSOMES IN SYNCHRONIZED TOBACCO BY-2 CELLS

      Protoplasma


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