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Inaki Mikiko


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+81-6-6850-5805

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+81-6-6850-5805

Gender

Female

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  • 2014.09.01 - 2015.04.15, Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Specially Appointed Researcher

  • 2015.04.16 - 2015.06.30, Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Specially Appointed Researcher

  • 2015.07.01 - , Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Assistant Professor

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The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science  Graduated 1996.03
The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science  Completed 1998.03
The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science  Completed 2002.03
 

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  • Maternal almondex, a neurogenic gene, is required for proper subcellular Notch distribution in early Drosophila embryogenesis, DAS P, Salazar J, Li-Kroeger D, Yamamoto S, Nakamura M, Sasamura T, Inaki M, Masuda W, Kitagawa M, Yamakawa T*, Matsuno, Kenji*, Development Growth and Differentiation,62 80-93, 2020.01, Papers

  • Three-dimensional simulation of epithelial tube revealed distinctive chiral cellular behaviors that may account for the directional tissue rotation, Mikiko Inaki, Taishi Takigawa, Akino Okubo, Takamichi Sushida, Masakazu Akiyama, Yasuhiro Inoue, Kenji Matsuno,第42回日本分子生物学会年会, 2019.12, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • Chiral cell sliding drives left-right asymmetric organ rotation, Mikiko Inaki, Hisao Honda and Kenji Matsuno,European Developmental Biology Congress 2019 Alicante, 2019.10, International Conference(Non Proceeding)

  • A novel 3D morphologic change, cell twisting, may drive left-right directional tissue rotation, Mikiko Inaki, Taishi Takigawa, Akino Okubo, Takamichi Sushida, Masakazu Akiyama, Yasuhiro Inoue, Kenji Matsuno,第19回日本タンパク質科学会年会第71回日本細胞生物学会大会合同年次大会, 2019.06, Conference Report / Oral Presentation (In Japanese)

  • A novel 3D morphologic change, cell twisting, may drive left-right directional tissue rotation, Mikiko Inaki, Taishi Takigawa, Akino Okubo, Takamichi Sushida, Masakazu Akiyama, Yasuhiro Inoue, Kenji Matsuno,52nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists, 2019.05, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

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