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    1. Ikawa, Y; Yoshioka, W; Ohki, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Self-splicing of the Tetrahymena group I ribozyme without conserved base-triples

      GENES TO CELLS
    2. Yamamoto, M; Meno, C; Sakai, Y; Shiratori, H; Mochida, K; Ikawa, Y; Saijoh, Y; Hamada, H
      The transcription factor FoxH1 (FAST) mediates Nodal signaling during anterior-posterior patterning and node formation in the mouse

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    3. Atsumi, S; Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Design and development of a catalytic ribonucleoprotein

      EMBO JOURNAL
    4. Miyata, Y; Ikawa, Y; Shibuya, M; Nishida, E
      Specific association of a set of molecular chaperones including HSP90 and Cdc37 with MOK, a member of the mitogen-activated protein kinase superfamily

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    5. Ikawa, Y; Nohmi, K; Atsumi, S; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A comparative study on two GNRA-tetraloop receptors: 11-nt and IC3 motifs

      JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    6. Ohki, Y; Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A deteriorated triple-helical scaffold accelerates formation of the Tetrahymena ribozyme active structure

      FEBS LETTERS
    7. Shinohara, H; Kayagaki, N; Yagita, H; Oyaizu, N; Ohba, M; Kuroki, T; Ikawa, Y
      A protective role of PKC epsilon against TNF-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL)-induced apoptosis in glioma cells

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    8. Oe, Y; Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Conserved base-pairings between C266-A268 and U307-G309 in the P7 of the Tetrahymena ribozyme is nonessential for the in vitro self-splicing reaction

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    9. Osada, M; Inaba, R; Shinohara, H; Hagiwara, M; Nakamura, M; Ikawa, Y
      Regulatory domain of protein stability of human P51/TAP63, a P53 homologue

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    10. Anzai, H; Ikawa, Y; Atsumi, T
      Stem cell factor and interleukin-3 induce stepwise generation of erythroidprecursor cells from a basic fibroblast growth factor-dependent hematopoietic stem cell line, A-6

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    11. Kojima, T; Ikawa, Y; Katoh, I
      Analysis of molecular interactions of the p53-family p51(p63) gene products in a yeast two-hybrid system: Homotypic and heterotypic interactions and association with p53-regulatory factors

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    12. Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Minimal catalytic domain of a group I self-splicing intron RNA

      NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
    13. Katoh, I; Aisaki, K; Kurata, S; Ikawa, S; Ikawa, Y
      p51A (TAp63 gamma), a p53 homolog, accumulates in response to DNA damage for cell regulation

      ONCOGENE
    14. Matsuzaki, T; Aisaki, K; Yamamura, Y; Noda, M; Ikawa, Y
      Induction of erythroid differentiation by inhibition of Ras/ERK pathway ina Friend murine leukemia cell line

      ONCOGENE
    15. Irie, K; Nakahara, A; Ikawa, Y; Tanaka, M; Nakagawa, Y; Nakamura, Y; Ohigashi, H; Wender, PA
      Synthesis and tumor-promoting activities of 12-epi-phorbol-12, 13-dibutyrate

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Ikawa, Y; Naito, D; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Structure-function relationships of two closely related group IC3 intron ribozymes from Azoarcus and Synechococcus pre-tRNA

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    17. Tomimori, Y; Ikawa, Y; Oyaizu, N
      Ultraviolet-irradiated apoptotic lymphocytes produce interleukin-10 by themselves

      IMMUNOLOGY LETTERS
    18. Shinohara, H; Yagita, H; Ikawa, Y; Oyaizu, N
      Fas drives cell cycle progression in glioma cells via extracellular signal-regulated kinase activation

      CANCER RESEARCH
    19. Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A small structural element, Pc-J5/5a, plays dual roles in a group IC1 intron RNA

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    20. Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Characterization of P8 and J8/7 elements in the conserved core of the Tetrahymena group I intron ribozyme

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    21. Ikawa, S; Nakagawara, A; Ikawa, Y
      p53 family genes: structural comparison, expression and mutation

      CELL DEATH AND DIFFERENTIATION
    22. Sunahara, M; Shishikura, T; Takahashi, M; Todo, S; Yamamoto, N; Kimura, H; Kato, S; Ishioka, C; Ikawa, S; Ikawa, Y; Nakagawara, A
      Mutational analysis of p51A/TAp63 gamma, a p53 homolog, in non-small cell lung cancer and breast cancer

      ONCOGENE
    23. Ikawa, S; Obinata, M; Ikawa, Y
      Human p53-p51 (p53-related) fusion protein: A potent BAX transactivator

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    24. Aisaki, K; Kanno, H; Oyaizu, N; Hara, Y; Miwa, S; Ikawa, Y
      Apoptotic changes precede mitochondrial dysfunction in red cell-type pyruvate kinase mutant mouse erythroleukemia cell lines

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF CANCER RESEARCH
    25. Ikawa, Y; Naito, D; Aono, N; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      A conserved motif in group IC3 introns is a new class of GNRA receptor

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    26. Ikawa, Y; Shiraishi, H; Inoue, T
      Trans-activation of the Tetrahymena group I intron ribozyme via a non-native RNA-RNA interaction

      NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH
    27. Anzai, H; Nagayoshi, M; Obata, M; Ikawa, Y; Atsumi, T
      Self-renewal and differentiation of a basic fibroblast growth factor-dependent multipotent hematopoietic cell line derived from embryonic stem cells

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    28. Shimada, A; Kato, S; Enjo, K; Osada, M; Ikawa, Y; Kohno, K; Obinata, M; Kanamaru, R; Ikawa, S; Ishioka, C
      The transcriptional activities of p53 and its homologue p51/p63: Similarities and differences

      CANCER RESEARCH
    29. Yoshinaka, Y; Takahashi, Y; Nakamura, S; Katoh, U; Takio, K; Ikawa, Y
      Induction of manganese-superoxide dismutase in MRC-5 cells persistently infected with an Alphavirus, sindbis

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    30. IKAWA Y
      EFFECTS OF SUCROSE REPLACEMENT ON BAKING PROCESS OF SPONGE CAKES

      JOURNAL OF THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-NIPPON SHOKUHIN KAGAKU KOGAKU KAISHI
    31. OSADA M; OHBA M; KAWAHARA C; ISHIOKA C; KANAMARU R; KATOH I; IKAWA Y; NIMURA Y; NAKAGAWARA A; OBINATA M; IKAWA S
      CLONING AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS OF HUMAN P51, WHICH STRUCTURALLY AND FUNCTIONALLY RESEMBLES P53

      Nature medicine
    32. KATO MV; IKAWA Y; HAYASHIZAKI Y; SHIBATA H
      PATERNAL IMPRINTING OF MOUSE SEROTONIN RECEPTOR 2A GENE HTR2 IN EMBRYONIC EYE - A CONSERVED IMPRINTING REGULATION ON THE RB RB LOCUS/

      Genomics
    33. YAMAMURA Y; SENDA H; KAGEYAMA Y; MATSUZAKI T; NODA M; IKAWA Y
      ERYTHROPOIETIN AND FRIEND-VIRUS GP55 ACTIVATE DIFFERENT JAK STAT PATHWAYS THROUGH THE ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR IN ERYTHROID-CELLS/

      Molecular and cellular biology
    34. TAJIMA S; ZHUANG WZ; KATO MV; OKADA K; IKAWA Y; AIDA Y
      FUNCTION AND CONFORMATION OF WILD-TYPE P53 PROTEIN ARE INFLUENCED BY MUTATIONS IN BOVINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS-INDUCED B-CELL LYMPHOSARCOMA

      Virology
    35. TAKAHASHI C; SHENG ZQ; HORAN TP; KITAYAMA H; MAKI M; HITOMI K; KITAURA Y; TAKAI S; SASAHARA RM; HORIMOTO A; IKAWA Y; RATZKIN BJ; ARAKAWA T; NODA M
      REGULATION OF MATRIX METALLOPROTEINASE-9 AND INHIBITION OF TUMOR INVASION BY THE MEMBRANE-ANCHORED GLYCOPROTEIN RECK

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    36. TAJIMA S; IKAWA Y; AIDA Y
      COMPLETE BOVINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS (BLV) PROVIRUS IS CONSERVED IN BLV-INFECTED CATTLE THROUGHOUT THE COURSE OF B-CELL LYMPHOSARCOMA DEVELOPMENT

      Journal of virology
    37. IKAWA Y; SHIRAISHI H; INOUE T
      TRANSACTIVATION OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME BY ITS P2-2.1 DOMAINS

      Journal of Biochemistry
    38. Nakatsue, T; Katoh, I; Nakamura, S; Takahashi, Y; Ikawa, Y; Yoshinaka, Y
      Acute infection of Sindbis virus induces phosphorylation and intracellulartranslocation of small heat shock protein HSP27 and activation of p38 MAP kinase signaling pathway

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    39. SHI JL; AISAKI K; IKAWA Y; WAKE K
      EVIDENCE OF HEPATOCYTE APOPTOSIS IN RAT-LIVER AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF CARBON-TETRACHLORIDE

      The American journal of pathology
    40. IKAWA Y; OHTA H; SHIRAISHI H; INOUE T
      LONG-RANGE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE P2.1 AND P9.1 PERIPHERAL DOMAINS OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME

      Nucleic acids research
    41. KAGEYAMA Y; YAMAMURA Y; OSHIMA H; IKAWA Y
      THE 72ND CODON CHANGE OF P53 IN PRIMARY RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA WAS CONFIRMED AS A POLYMORPHISM AMONG JAPANESE

      European urology
    42. URAYAMA O; MURAKOSHI T; KUBOTA M; HARA Y; CHIHARA J; IKAWA Y
      COINCIDENT INDUCTION OF K-REV-1 RAP-1A, RAP-1B AND H-RAS MESSENGER-RNAS IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD BY NOXIOUS-STIMULATION

      Molecular brain research
    43. ONO T; INOKUCHI K; OGURA A; IKAWA Y; KUDO Y; KAWASHIMA S
      ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT EXPRESSION OF PARATHYROID HORMONE-RELATED PROTEIN (PTHRP) IN RAT CEREBELLAR GRANULE NEURONS - REQUIREMENT OF PTHRP FOR THE ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT SURVIVAL OF GRANULE NEURONS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    44. IKAWA Y; OKADA A; IMAHORI H; SHIRAISHI H; INOUE T
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE NUCLEOTIDES IN THE A-RICH BULGE OF THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME RESPONSIBLE FOR AN EFFICIENT SELF-SPLICING REACTION

      Journal of Biochemistry
    45. KATO MV; SATO H; NAGAYOSHI M; IKAWA Y
      UP-REGULATION OF THE ELONGATION FACTOR-1-ALPHA GENE BY P53 IN ASSOCIATION WITH DEATH OF AN ERYTHROLEUKEMIC CELL-LINE

      Blood
    46. AISAKI K; MATSUZAKI T; KOJIMA T; OYAIZU N; IKAWA Y
      UNIQUE APOPTOTIC CHANGES IN 2 FRIEND-ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-LINES WITH R-TYPE PYRUVATE-KINASE GENE MUTATION

      Blood
    47. OYAIZU N; KAYAGAKI N; YAGITA H; PAHWA S; IKAWA Y
      REQUIREMENT OF CELL-CELL CONTACT IN THE INDUCTION OF JURKAT T-CELL APOPTOSIS - THE MEMBRANE-ANCHORED BUT NOT SOLUBLE FORM OF FASL CAN TRIGGER ANTI-CD3-INDUCED APOPTOSIS IN JURKAT T-CELLS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    48. KATO MV; SATO H; ISHIZAKI K; ANZAI H; NAGAYOSHI M; IKAWA Y
      NO SIGNIFICANT CHANGES IN THE EXPRESSION OF THE FAS,FASL,BCL-2 AND BAX GENES IN APOPTOSIS OF AN ERYTHROLEUKEMIC CELL-LINE BY P53

      International journal of oncology
    49. KATO MV; SATO H; TSUKADA T; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S; NAGAYOSHI M
      A FOLLISTATIN-LIKE GENE, MAC25, MAY ACT AS A GROWTH SUPPRESSOR OF OSTEOSARCOMA CELLS

      Oncogene
    50. OHISHI K; IKAWA Y
      T-CELL-MEDIATED DESTRUCTION OF BOVINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS-INFECTED PERIPHERAL LYMPHOCYTES BY BOVINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS ENV-VACCINIA RECOMBINANT VACCINE

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    51. YOSHIDA T; SATO A; IKAWA Y
      BOTH HUMAN FAS AND CHIMERIC FAS TNFR-1 MEDIATE COMPLETE CELL-DEATH INMURINE NIH/3T3 CELLS WITH LESS DISTINCT NUCLEAR FRAGMENTATION/

      Proceedings of the Japan Academy. Series B Physical and biological sciences
    52. GENGYOANDO K; KITAYAMA H; MUKAIDA M; IKAWA Y
      A MURINE NEURAL-SPECIFIC HOMOLOG CORRECTS CHOLINERGIC DEFECTS IN CAENORHABDITIS-ELEGANS UNC-18 MUTANTS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    53. SATO H; NAGAYOSHI M; IKAWA Y; KATO MV
      A C3H STRAIN-SPECIFIC ALLELE (ALPHA(VAL26)) OF THE MURINE ALPHA-GLOBIN GENE NEWLY DETECTED BY UT-PAGE AND RT-PCR-SSCP ANALYSIS

      Mutation research
    54. KAGEYAMA Y; SASAKI S; YAMAMURA Y; OSHIMA H; IKAWA Y
      WATER CHANNEL PROTEIN SUBTYPE SUGGESTS THE ORIGIN OF RENAL-CELL CARCINOMA

      The Journal of urology
    55. IKAWA Y; SHIRAISHI H; INOUE T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED DOMAINS THAT REPLACE P5ABC WITHIN THE TETRAHYMENA RIBOZYME

      FEBS letters
    56. KATO MV; SHIMIZU T; NAGAYOSHI M; KANEKO A; SASAKI MS; IKAWA Y
      GENOMIC IMPRINTING OF THE HUMAN SEROTONIN-RECEPTOR (HTR2) GENE INVOLVED IN DEVELOPMENT OF RETINOBLASTOMA

      American journal of human genetics
    57. YOSHIDA M; YAGI T; FURUTA Y; TAKAYANAGI K; KOMINAMI R; TAKEDA N; TOKUNAGA T; CHIBA J; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      A NEW STRATEGY OF GENE TRAPPING IN ES CELLS USING 3'RACE

      Transgenic research
    58. ABE S; YAGI T; ISHIYAMA S; HIROE M; MARUMO F; IKAWA Y
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF A NOVEL SERINE THREONINE KINASE, MRK, POSSIBLY INVOLVED IN CARDIAC DEVELOPMENT/

      Oncogene
    59. FURUTA Y; SHIGETANI Y; TAKEDA N; IWASAKI K; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      OVARIAN TERATOMAS IN MICE LACKING THE PROTOONCOGENE C-MOS

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    60. XU X; YAMAMURA Y; TSUKADA T; YOSHIDA MA; SENDA H; NAGAYOSHI M; IKEUCHI T; IKAWA Y
      A MOUSE ERYTHROLEUKEMIA CELL-LINE POSSESSING FRIEND SPLEEN FOCUS-FORMING VIRUS GP55 TRANSGENE AND TEMPERATURE-SENSITIVE MUTANT P53 GENE

      Japanese journal of cancer research
    61. YAMAMURA Y; NODA M; IKAWA Y
      F-SFFV GP55 EPOR SIGNALING IS MEDIATED BY JAK1-STAT5/

      AIDS research and human retroviruses
    62. KAGEYAMA Y; YAMAMURA Y; OSHIMA H; IKAWA Y
      INFREQUENT MUTATIONS OF THE WT1 GENE IN PRIMARY CANCERS OF THE ADULT URINARY-TRACT

      Japanese Journal of Clinical Oncology
    63. URAYAMA O; MURAKOSHI T; IKAWA Y
      KREV-1 PROTEIN IS ABUNDANTLY EXPRESSED IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    64. WATANABE N; YUGAWA T; IKAWA Y; AMANUMA H
      BOTH THE CHANGES OF 6 AMINO-ACIDS AND THE C-TERMINAL TRUNCATION CAUSED BY A ONE-BASE INSERTION IN THE DEFECTIVE ENV GENE OF FRIEND SPLEEN FOCUS-FORMING VIRUS SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT THE PATHOGENIC ACTIVITY OF THEENCODED LEUKEMOGENIC MEMBRANE GLYCOPROTEIN (GP55)

      Journal of virology
    65. ATSUMI T; NAGAYOSHI M; ANZAI H; IKAWA Y
      MONOLAYER-CULTURE CONDITIONS SUITABLE FOR PRIMITIVE ERYTHROID CELL-DIFFERENTIATION FROM EMBRYONIC STEM-CELLS IN-VITRO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    66. SATO H; TSUKADA T; NAGAYOSHI M; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S; KATO MV
      REPRESSION OF P53-DEPENDENT SEQUENCE-SPECIFIC TRANSACTIVATION BY MEF2C

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    67. ILIC D; FURUTA Y; SUDA T; ATSUMI T; FUJIMOTO J; IKAWA Y; YAMAMOTO T; AIZAWA S
      FOCAL ADHESION KINASE IS NOT ESSENTIAL FOR IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVO DIFFERENTIATION OF ES CELLS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    68. YAGI T; SHIGETANI Y; FURUTA Y; NADA S; OKADO N; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      FYN EXPRESSION DURING EARLY NEUROGENESIS IN MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Oncogene
    69. YAMAMURA Y; NODA M; IKAWA Y
      ERYTHROPOIETIN RECEPTOR AND INTERLEUKIN-2 RECEPTOR USE DIFFERENT DOWNSTREAM SIGNALING PATHWAYS FOR PROLIFERATION AND APOPTOSIS-BLOCK

      Leukemia
    70. INOUE T; HIRABAYASHI Y; MITSUI H; FURUTA Y; SUDA Y; AIZAWA S; IKAWA Y
      EXPERIMENTAL-MODEL FOR MDS-LIKE MYELODYSPLASIA IN TRANSGENIC MICE HARBORING THE SV40 LARGE-T ANTIGEN UNDER AN IMMUNOGLOBULIN ENHANCER

      Leukemia
    71. TAMEMOTO H; YAGI T; TOBE K; SAKURA H; TERAUCHI Y; YAZAKI Y; KASUGA M; IKAWA Y; KADOWAKI T; AIZAWA S
      TARGETED DISRUPTION OF THE INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE-1 (IRS-1) GENE

      Journal of cellular biochemistry
    72. KOHMURA N; YAGI T; TOMOOKA Y; OYANAGI M; KOMINAMI R; TAKEDA N; CHIBA J; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      A NOVEL NONRECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE, SRM - CLONING AND TARGETED DISRUPTION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    73. ASANO T; AOYAGI M; HIRAKAWA K; IKAWA Y
      EFFECT OF ENDOTHELIN-1 AS GROWTH-FACTOR ON A HUMAN GLIOMA CELL-LINE -ITS CHARACTERISTIC PROMOTION OF DNA-SYNTHESIS

      Journal of neuro-oncology
    74. WADA M; SHONO M; URAYAMA O; SATOH S; HARA Y; IKAWA Y; FUJII T
      MOLECULAR-CLONING OF P-TYPE ATPASES ON INTRACELLULAR MEMBRANES OF THEMARINE ALGA HETEROSIGMA-AKASHIWO

      Plant molecular biology
    75. MURAKAMI K; OKADA K; IKAWA Y; AIDA Y
      BOVINE LEUKEMIA-VIRUS INDUCES CD5- B-CELL LYMPHOMA IN SHEEP DESPITE TEMPORARILY INCREASING CD5-CELLS IN ASYMPTOMATIC STAGE( B)

      Virology
    76. TAMEMOTO H; KADOWAKI T; TOBE K; YAGI T; SAKURA H; HAYAKAWA T; TERAUCHI Y; UEKI K; KABURAGI Y; SATOH S; SEKIHARA H; YOSHIOKA S; HORIKOSHI H; FURUTA Y; IKAWA Y; KASUGA M; YAZAKI Y; AIZAWA S
      INSULIN-RESISTANCE AND GROWTH-RETARDATION IN MICE LACKING INSULIN-RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE-1

      Nature
    77. HASHIMOTO N; WATANABE N; FURUTA Y; TAMEMOTO H; SAGATA N; YOKOYAMA M; OKAZAKI K; NAGAYOSHI M; TAKEDA N; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF OOCYTES IN C-MOS-DEFICIENT MICE (VOL 370, PG 68, 1994)

      Nature
    78. HASHIMOTO N; WATANABE N; FURUTA Y; TAMEMOTO H; SAGATA N; YOKOYAMA M; OKAZAKI K; NAGAYOSHI M; TAKEDA N; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF OOCYTES IN C-MOS-DEFICIENT MICE

      Nature
    79. YAMAMURA Y; NODA M; IKAWA Y
      ACTIVATED KI-RAS COMPLEMENTS ERYTHROPOIETIN SIGNALING IN CTLL-2 CELLS, INDUCING TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION OF A 160-KDA PROTEIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    80. NAGATA T; IKAWA Y; MARUYAMA K
      EFFECT OF THE LIGATING ANION ON THE CATALASE ACTIVITY OF DINUCLEAR MANGANESE(II) COMPLEXES OF SCHIFF-BASE MACROCYCLES

      Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications
    81. ISHIZAKI K; EJIMA Y; MATSUNAGA T; HARA R; SAKAMOTO A; IKENAGA M; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      INCREASED UV-INDUCED SCES BUT NORMAL REPAIR OF DNA-DAMAGE IN P53-DEFICIENT MOUSE CELLS

      International journal of cancer
    82. MURAKAMI K; AIDA Y; KAGEYAMA R; NUMAKUNAI S; OHSHIMA K; OKADA K; IKAWA Y
      IMMUNOPATHOLOGIC STUDY AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PHENOTYPE OF TRANSFORMED-CELLS IN SHEEP WITH BOVINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS-INDUCED LYMPHOSARCOMA

      American journal of veterinary research
    83. FURUTA Y; AIZAWA S; SUDA Y; IKAWA Y; NAKASGOSHI H; NISHINA Y; ISHII S
      DEGENERATION OF SKELETAL AND CARDIAC MUSCLES IN C-MYB TRANSGENIC MICE

      Transgenic research
    84. TSUKADA T; TOMOOKA Y; TAKAI S; UEDA Y; NISHIKAWA S; YAGI T; TOKUNAGA T; TAKEDA N; SUDA Y; ABE S; MATSUO I; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      ENHANCED PROLIFERATIVE POTENTIAL IN CULTURE OF CELLS FROM P53-DEFICIENT MICE

      Oncogene
    85. YAGI T; SHIGETANI Y; OKADO N; TOKUNAGA T; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      REGIONAL LOCALIZATION OF FYN IN ADULT BRAIN - STUDIES WITH MICE IN WHICH FYN GENE WAS REPLACED BY LACZ

      Oncogene
    86. YABUUCHI E; KUROSHIMA Y; MASUDA M; KUBOBUTI M; IKAWA Y
      THE CUTTING PERFORMANCE OF HIGH-SPEED STEEL END MILL PRODUCED BY SPRAY FORMING PROCESS

      International journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering
    87. IKAWA Y; NAGATA T; MARUYAMA K
      SYNTHESIS AND ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF DINUCLEAR MANGANESE(II) COMPLEXES WITH OCTADENTATE SCHIFF-BASE MACROCYCLES - FINE-TUNING OF THEREDOX BEHAVIOR

      Chemistry Letters
    88. FURUTA Y; AIZAWA S; SUDA Y; IKAWA Y; NISHIKAWA S; HAYASHI S; HIRABAYASHI Y; INOUE T
      MDS-LIKE EXPERIMENTAL MYELODYSPLASIA - MULTILINEAGE ABNORMAL HEMATOPOIESIS IN TRANSGENIC MICE HARBORING THE SV40 LARGE T-ANTIGEN UNDER AN IMMUNOGLOBULIN ENHANCER

      Experimental hematology
    89. SUGIMOTO M; OHISHI K; IKAWA Y
      CELL-MEDIATED-IMMUNITY TO BLV REPLICATION - ANALOGOUS TO HIV IMMUNOPATHOGENESIS

      Immunology today
    90. MURAKOSHI T; HAMASAKI H; IKAWA Y; URAYAMA O
      EXPRESSION OF KREV-1 AND C-H-RAS PROTOONCOGENES IN THE RAT SPINAL-CORD AND THE EFFECTS OF NOXIOUS-STIMULATION

      Regulatory peptides
    91. NADA S; YAGI T; TAKEDA H; TOKUNAGA T; NAKAGAWA H; IKAWA Y; OKADA M; AIZAWA S
      CONSTITUTIVE ACTIVATION OF SRC FAMILY KINASES IN MOUSE EMBRYOS THAT LACK CSK

      Cell
    92. YAGI T; AIZAWA S; TOKUNAGA T; SHIGETANI Y; TAKEDA N; IKAWA Y
      A ROLE FOR FYN TYROSINE KINASE IN THE SUCKLING BEHAVIOR OF NEONATAL MICE

      Nature
    93. YAGI T; TOKUNAGA T; FURUTA Y; NADA S; YOSHIDA M; TSUKADA T; SAGA Y; TAKEDA N; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
      A NOVEL ES CELL-LINE, TT2, WITH HIGH GERMLINE-DIFFERENTIATING POTENCY

      Analytical biochemistry
    94. YAGI T; NADA S; WATANABE N; TAMEMOTO H; KOHMURA N; IKAWA Y; AIZAWA S
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