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    1. Yamauchi, J; Iwamoto, T; Kida, S; Masushige, S; Yamada, K; Esashi, T
      Tocopherol-associated protein is a ligand-dependent transcriptional activator

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    2. Furusho, T; Kataoka, E; Yasuhara, T; Wada, M; Masushige, S
      Retinol equivalence of carotenoids can be evaluated by hepatic vitamin A content

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR VITAMIN AND NUTRITION RESEARCH
    3. Okuno, M; Sato, T; Kitamoto, T; Imai, S; Kawada, N; Suzuki, Y; Yoshimura, H; Moriwaki, H; Onuki, K; Masushige, S; Muto, Y; Friedman, SL; Kato, S; Kojima, S
      Increased 9,13-di-cis-retinoic acid in rat hepatic fibrosis: implication for a potential link between retinoid loss and TGF-beta mediated fibrogenesis in vivo

      JOURNAL OF HEPATOLOGY
    4. FURUSHO T; WADA M; YASUHARA T; KATAOKA E; KATO S; MASUSHIGE S
      TISSUE SPECIFIC-DISTRIBUTION AND METABOLISM OF VITAMIN-A ARE AFFECTEDBY DIETARY-PROTEIN LEVELS IN RATS

      International journal for vitamin and nutrition research
    5. HARADA H; KUBOI Y; MIKI R; HONDA C; MASUSHIGE S; NAKATSUKA M; KOGA Y; KATO S
      CLONING OF RABBIT TR4 AND ITS BONE CELL-SPECIFIC ACTIVITY TO SUPPRESSESTROGEN RECEPTOR-MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION

      Endocrinology
    6. SURUGA K; GODA T; IGARASHI M; KATO S; MASUSHIGE S; TAKASE S
      CLONING OF CHICK CELLULAR RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN, TYPE-II AND COMPARISON TO THAT OF SOME MAMMALS - EXPRESSION OF THE GENE AT DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES, AND POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF RXRS AND PPAR

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    7. YOSHIZAWA T; HANDA Y; UEMATSU Y; TAKEDA S; SEKINE K; YOSHIHARA Y; KAWAKAMI T; ARIOKA K; SATO H; UCHIYAMA Y; MASUSHIGE S; FUKAMIZU A; MATSUMOTO T; KATO S
      MICE LACKING THE VITAMIN-D-RECEPTOR EXHIBIT IMPAIRED BONE-FORMATION, UTERINE HYPOPLASIA AND GROWTH-RETARDATION AFTER WEANING

      Nature genetics
    8. NATARAJAN V; SMELAND S; MOSKAUG JO; KAMIYAMA S; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S; BLOMHOFF R
      ROLE OF THE C-TERMINI OF HUMAN AND CHICKEN PLASMA RETINOL-BINDING-PROTEINS

      European journal of cell biology
    9. YAMAMOTO Y; YOSHIZAWA T; KAMIO S; AOKI O; KAWAMATA Y; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      INTERACTIONS OF TRANSTHYRETIN (TTR) AND RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN (RBP)IN THE UPTAKE OF RETINOL BY PRIMARY RAT HEPATOCYTES

      Experimental cell research
    10. YAMAUCHI J; SUGITA A; FUJIWARA M; SUZUKI K; MATSUMOTO H; YAMAZAKI T; NINOMIYA Y; ONO T; HASEGAWA T; MASUSHIGE S; MURAMATSU M; TAMURA T; KATO S
      2 FORMS OF AVIAN (CHICKEN) TATA-BINDING PROTEIN MESSENGER-RNA GENERATED BY ALTERNATIVE POLYADENYLATION

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    11. IMAI T; MATSUDA K; SHIMOJIMA T; HASHIMOTO T; MASUHIRO Y; KITAMOTO T; SUGITA A; SUZUKI K; MATSUMOTO H; MASUSHIGE S; NOGI Y; MURAMATSU M; HANDA H; KATO S
      ERC-55, A BINDING-PROTEIN FOR THE PAPILLOMA-VIRUS E6 ONCOPROTEIN, SPECIFICALLY INTERACTS WITH VITAMIN-D-RECEPTOR AMONG NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    12. ARAO Y; YAMAMOTO E; NINOMIYA Y; MASUSHIGE S; HASEGAWA T; KATO S
      STEROID HORMONE-INDUCED EXPRESSION OF THE CHICKEN OVALBUMIN GENE AND THE LEVELS OF NUCLEAR STEROID-HORMONE RECEPTORS IN CHICK OVIDUCT

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    13. YOSHIZAWA T; HANDA Y; UEMATSU Y; SEKINE K; TAKEDA S; YOSHIHARA Y; KAWAKAMI T; SATO H; ALIOKA K; TANIMOTO K; FUKAMIZU A; MASUSHIGE S; MATSUMOTO T; KATO S
      DISRUPTION OF THE VITAMIN-D-RECEPTOR (VDR) IN THE MOUSE

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    14. YAMAMOTO Y; YOSHIZAWA T; MANO H; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      BACTERIALLY EXPRESSED RAT RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN IS FUNCTIONAL FOR RETINOL AND TRANSTHYRETIN BINDINGS

      Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology
    15. EBIHARA K; MASUHIRO Y; KITAMOTO T; SUZAWA M; UEMATSU Y; YOSHIZAWA T; ONO T; HARADA H; MATSUDA K; HASEGAWA T; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      INTRON RETENTION GENERATES A NOVEL ISOFORM OF THE MURINE VITAMIN-D-RECEPTOR THAT ACTS IN A DOMINANT-NEGATIVE WAY ON THE VITAMIN-D SIGNALINGPATHWAY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    16. ARAO Y; YAMAMOTO E; MIYATAKE N; NINOMIYA Y; UMEHARA T; KAWASHIMA H; MASUSHIGE S; HASEGAWA T; KATO S
      A SYNTHETIC ESTROGEN ANTAGONIST, TAMOXIFEN, INHIBITS ESTROGEN-INDUCEDTRANSCRIPTIONAL, BUT NOT POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL, REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION

      Biochemical journal
    17. MUTOH H; FUKUDA T; KITAMAOTO T; MASUSHIGE S; SASAKI H; SHIMIZU T; KATO S
      TISSUE-SPECIFIC RESPONSE OF THE HUMAN PLATELET-ACTIVATING-FACTOR RECEPTOR GENE TO RETINOIC ACID AND THYROID-HORMONE BY ALTERNATIVE PROMOTERUSAGE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. NINOMIYA Y; ARAO Y; KOMETANI T; HIWATASHI S; YAMASAKI T; ERIKAWA T; YAMAGUCHI H; HASEGAWA T; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      VITAMIN-A IS INVOLVED IN ESTROGEN-INDUCED CELL-PROLIFERATION BUT NOT IN CYTODIFFERENTIATION OF THE CHICKEN OVIDUCT

      Journal of Endocrinology
    19. ARAO Y; MIYATAKE N; YAMAMOTO E; USIKU H; MATSUURA A; NINOMIYA Y; MASUSHIGE S; HASEGAWA T; KATO S
      STEROID-HORMONES DIFFERENTIALLY INDUCE TRANSCRIPTION OF THE CHICKEN OVALBUMIN GENE, BUT STABILIZE THE MESSENGER-RNA WITH THE SAME HALF-LIFE

      Journal of Biochemistry
    20. TAKEYAMA K; KOJIMA R; OHASHI T; SATO T; MANO H; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      RETINOIC ACID DIFFERENTIALLY UP-REGULATES THE GENE-EXPRESSION OF RETINOIC ACID RECEPTOR-ALPHA AND RECEPTOR-GAMMA ISOFORMS IN EMBRYO AND ADULT-RATS

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    21. KATO S; SASAKI H; SUZAWA M; MASUSHIGE S; TORA L; CHAMBON P; GRONEMEYER H
      WIDELY SPACED, DIRECTLY REPEATED PUGGTCA ELEMENTS ACT AS PROMISCUOUS ENHANCERS FOR DIFFERENT CLASSES OF NUCLEAR RECEPTORS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    22. KATO S; ENDOH H; MASUHIRO Y; KITAMOTO T; UCHIYAMA S; SASAKI H; MASUSHIGE S; GOTOH Y; NISHIDA E; KAWASHIMA H; METZGER D; CHAMBON P
      ACTIVATION OF THE ESTROGEN-RECEPTOR THROUGH PHOSPHORYLATION BY MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE

      Science
    23. HARADA H; MIKI R; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      GENE-EXPRESSION OF RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS, RETINOID-X RECEPTORS, ANDCELLULAR RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN-I IN BONE AND ITS REGULATION BY VITAMIN-A

      Endocrinology
    24. KATO S; KARINO KI; HASEGAWA S; NAGASAWA J; NAGASAKI A; EGUCHI M; ICHINOSE T; TAGO K; OKUMORI H; HAMATANI K; TAKAHASHI M; OGASAWARA J; MASUSHIGE S; HASEGAWA T
      OCTACOSANOL AFFECTS LIPID-METABOLISM IN RATS FED ON A HIGH-FAT DIET

      British Journal of Nutrition
    25. SASAKI H; HARADA H; HANDA Y; MORINO H; SUZAWA M; SHIMPO E; KATSUMATA T; MASUHIRO Y; MATSUDA K; EBIHARA K; ONO T; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVITY OF A FLUORINATED VITAMIN-D ANALOG ON VDR-RXR-MEDIATED GENE-EXPRESSION

      Biochemistry
    26. ARAO Y; MIYATAKE N; NINOMIYA Y; HASEGAWA T; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      ESTROGEN STABILIZATION OF THE MESSENGER-RNA OF CHICKEN OVALBUMIN GENEIN THE CULTURED ORGAN FROM ESTROGEN INDUCED-CHICK OVIDUCT

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    27. KATO S; MORINO H; MANO H; MASUSHIGE S
      EVIDENCE FOR OTHER BINDING COMPONENT(S) THAN RETINOID RECEPTORS SPECIFICALLY INTERACTING WITH A RETINOIC ACID RESPONSE ELEMENT IN THE RAT-LIVER

      Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology
    28. KOJIMA R; FUJIMORI T; KIYOTA N; TORIYA Y; FUKUDA T; OHASHI T; SATO T; YOSHIZAWA Y; TAKEYAMA K; MANO H; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      IN-VIVO ISOMERIZATION OF RETINOIC ACIDS - RAPID ISOMER EXCHANGE AND GENE-EXPRESSION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    29. MANO H; MORI R; OZAWA T; TAKEYAMA K; YOSHIZAWA Y; KOJIMA R; ARAO Y; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S
      POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE REGULATION OF RETINOID X-RECEPTOR GENE-EXPRESSION BY THYROID-HORMONE IN THE RAT - TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND POSTTRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROLS BY THYROID-HORMONE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    30. OKANO M; MASUDA S; NARITA H; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S; IMAGAWA S; SASAKI R
      RETINOIC ACID UP-REGULATES ERYTHROPOIETIN PRODUCTION IN HEPATOMA-CELLS AND IS VITAMIN-A-DEPLETED RATS

      FEBS letters
    31. KATSUTA Y; AOYAMA Y; OSONE H; WADA A; UCHIYAMA S; KITAMOTO T; MASUSHIGE S; KATO S; ITO M
      SYNTHESIS OF 9E-LOCKED AND 9Z-LOCKED RETINOIC ACID ANALOGS AS LIGANDSFOR RAR AND RXR

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    32. NAGASAKI A; KIKUCHI T; KURATA K; MASUSHIGE S; HASEGAWA T; KATO S
      VITAMIN-A REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN AL AND CIII GENES IN THE RAT

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    33. MANO H; KUMAKURA C; KITAMURA A; MORINO H; KATO S; MASUSHIGE S
      IDENTIFICATION OF A NUCLEAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING ACTIVITY REPRESENTATIVE OF ENDOGENEOUS RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS IN THE NUCLEI OF RAT-LIVERAND TESTIS

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    34. KATO S; TAKEYAMA K; KOJIMA R; YOSHIZAWA Y; FURUSHO T; MANO H; MASUSHIGE S
      GENE-EXPRESSION OF CELLULAR RETINOL-BINDING PROTEIN-I (CRBP-I) IS AFFECTED BY DIETARY PROTEINS IN THE RAT-LIVER

      Journal of nutritional science and vitaminology
    35. SUEMATSU M; ODA M; SUZUKI H; KANEKO H; WATANABE N; FURUSHO T; MASUSHIGE S; TSUCHIYA M
      INTRAVITAL AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATION OF ITO CELLS IN RAT HEPATIC MICROCIRCULATION

      Microvascular research


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