School personnel information

写真b

KANOH Junko


Keyword

Regulatory mechanism of chromosome for life maintenance

Mail Address

Mail Address

URL

http://www.protein.osaka-u.ac.jp/icr/network/

Gender

Female

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  • 2009.01.01 - 2013.03.31, Institute for Protein Research, Associate Professor

  • 2013.04.01 - , Institute for Protein Research, Associate Professor

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The University of Tokyo Faculty of Science Department of Biophysics and Biochemistry Graduated Bachelor of Science 1991.03
The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science  Completed Master of Science 1993.03
The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Science School of Science, Department of Biophysics and Biochemistry Completed Ph.D. 1996.03

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Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo, postdoc 1996.04 - 1996.08
The Scripps Research Institute, postdoc 1996.09 - 1999.09
Osaka Univ., Institute for Protein Research, Independent Associate Prof. 2013.04 -

Research topics 【 display / non-display

  • Analysis of functional networks around telomere
    Analysis of molecular mechanisms of stress signal networks for life maintenance

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  • Yeast Genetics Society of Japan

  • Molecular Biology Society of Japan

 

Academic Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Alpha satellite DNA-repeat OwlAlp1 forms centromeres in Azara's owl monkey., Oizumi Y, Koga A, Kanoh J, Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms,24(7) 511-517, 2019.07, Papers

  • Casein kinase 2 regulates telomere protein complex formation through Rap1 phosphorylation., Inoue H, Horiguchi M, Ono K, Kanoh J, Nucleic acids research,47(13) 6871-6884, 2019.07, Papers

  • Telomere DNA length-dependent regulation of DNA replication timing at internal late replication origins., Hasegawa Y, Yamamoto M, Miyamori J, Kanoh J, Scientific reports,9(1) 9946, 2019.07, Papers

  • Structural insights into chromosome attachment to the nuclear envelope by an inner nuclear membrane protein Bqt4 in fission yeast., Hu C, Inoue H, Sun W, Takeshita Y, Huang Y, Xu Y, Kanoh J, Chen Y, Nucleic acids research, 2018.11, Papers

  • The Inner Nuclear Membrane Protein Bqt4 in Fission Yeast Contains a DNA-Binding Domain Essential for Telomere Association with the Nuclear Envelope., Hu C, Inoue H, Sun W, Takeshita Y, Huang Y, Xu Y, Kanoh J, Chen Y, Structure (London, England : 1993), 2018.10, Papers

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  • Special, Frontiers in the cell cycle research, Kanoh J., Kyoritsu Shuppan, ISBN, 978-4-320-05710-4, 2010.11

  • Dictionary, Biological Dictionary, Kanoh J. et al., Tokyo Kagaku Dojin, ISBN, 978-4-8079-0735-9, 2010.12