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TADA Yasuomi
 
Organization
Center for Gene Research Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Science
Title
Professor
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Degree 1

  1. 博士(農) ( 2000.4   神戸大学 ) 

Research Interests 1

  1. Plant immunity

Research Areas 3

  1. Life Science / Plant molecular biology and physiology  / Plant immunity

  2. Life Science / Plant molecular biology and physiology  / 植物免疫

  3. Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Plant protection science

Research History 3

  1. Nagoya University   Professor

    2014.4

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    Country:Japan

  2. Nagoya University   Center for Gene Research   Professor

    2014.4

  3. Kagawa University   Associate professor

    2009.4 - 2014.3

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    Country:Japan

Education 3

  1. Kobe University

    1997.4 - 2000.3

  2. Kobe University

    1995.4 - 1997.3

  3. Kobe University

    1991.4 - 1995.3

Committee Memberships 2

  1. 日本植物生理学会   国際委員長  

    2020.1 - 2021.12   

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  2. 日本植物生理学会   国際委員  

    2018.1 - 2019.12   

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    Committee type:Academic society

Awards 1

  1. NEDO Technology Commercialization Program

    2015.12   NEDO 国立研究開発法人 新エネルギー・産業技術総合開発機構  

 

Papers 77

  1. Identification of a pluripotency-inducing small compound, PLU, that induces callus formation via Heat Shock Protein 90-mediated activation of auxin signaling. Reviewed International journal

    Yuki Nakashima, Yuka Kobayashi, Mizuki Murao, Rika Kato, Hitoshi Endo, Asuka Higo, Rie Iwasaki, Mikiko Kojima, Yumiko Takebayashi, Ayato Sato, Mika Nomoto, Hitoshi Sakakibara, Yasuomi Tada, Kenichiro Itami, Seisuke Kimura, Shinya Hagihara, Keiko U Torii, Naoyuki Uchida

    Frontiers in plant science   Vol. 14   page: 1099587 - 1099587   2023

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    Plants retain the ability to generate a pluripotent tissue called callus by dedifferentiating somatic cells. A pluripotent callus can also be artificially induced by culturing explants with hormone mixtures of auxin and cytokinin, and an entire body can then be regenerated from the callus. Here we identified a pluripotency-inducing small compound, PLU, that induces the formation of callus with tissue regeneration potency without the external application of either auxin or cytokinin. The PLU-induced callus expressed several marker genes related to pluripotency acquisition via lateral root initiation processes. PLU-induced callus formation required activation of the auxin signaling pathway though the amount of active auxin was reduced by PLU treatment. RNA-seq analysis and subsequent experiments revealed that Heat Shock Protein 90 (HSP90) mediates a significant part of the PLU-initiated early events. We also showed that HSP90-dependent induction of TRANSPORT INHIBITOR RESPONSE 1, an auxin receptor gene, is required for the callus formation by PLU. Collectively, this study provides a new tool for manipulating and investigating the induction of plant pluripotency from a different angle from the conventional method with the external application of hormone mixtures.

    DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2023.1099587

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  2. Proteasome-associated ubiquitin ligase relays target plant hormone-specific transcriptional activators Reviewed International coauthorship

    Science Advances   Vol. 8 ( 42 ) page: eabn4466   2022.10

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    DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn4466

  3. Mechanosensory trichome cells evoke a mechanical stimuli-induced immune response in Arabidopsis thaliana Reviewed International coauthorship

    Nature Communications   Vol. 13 ( 1 )   2022.3

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41467-022-28813-8

  4. CFI 25 Subunit of Cleavage Factor I is Important for Maintaining the Diversity of 3' UTR Lengths in Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh Reviewed International coauthorship

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 63 ( 3 ) page: 369 - 383   2022.3

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    DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcac002

  5. Identification of Abscisic Acid-Dependent Phosphorylated Basic Helix-Loop-Helix Transcription Factors in Guard Cells of Vicia faba by Mass Spectrometry Reviewed

    Frontiers in Plant Science     2021.12

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  6. Suppression of MYC transcription activators by the immune cofactor NPR1 fine-tunes plant immune responses Reviewed International coauthorship

    Cell Reports   Vol. 37 ( 11 )   2021.12

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2021.110125

  7. Arabidopsis group C Raf-like protein kinases negatively regulate abscisic acid signaling and are direct substrates of SnRK2 Reviewed International coauthorship

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA     2021.7

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    DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2100073118

  8. Different DNA-binding specificities of NLP and NIN transcription factors underlie nitrate-induced control of root nodulation. Reviewed

    Nishida H, Nosaki S, Suzuki T, Ito M, Miyakawa T, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Miura K, Tanokura M, Kawaguchi M, Suzaki T

    The Plant Cell     2021.4

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    DOI: 10.1093/plcell/koab103

  9. High affinity promoter binding of STOP1 is essential for early expression of novel aluminum-induced resistance genes GDH1 and GDH2 in Arabidopsis Reviewed

    Tokizawa M, Enomoto T, Ito H, Wu L, Kobayashi Y, Mora-Macías J, Armenta-Medina D, Iuchi S, Kobayashi M, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Fujita M, Shinozaki K, Yamamoto YY, Kochian LV, Koyama H

    Journal of Experimental Botany   Vol. 72 ( 7 ) page: 2769 - 2789   2021.3

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    DOI: 10.1093/jxb/erab031

  10. Rapid and easy method for in vitro determination of transcription factor binding core motifs Reviewed

    Jinno Kyosuke, Kimura Wakana, Komatsu Mina, Miura Maiko, Sakaoka Satomi, Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Morikami Atsushi, Tsukagoshi Hironaka

    Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry   Vol. 83 ( 12 ) page: 2276 - 2279   2019.12

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    DOI: 10.1080/09168451.2019.1659719

  11. LSD1-LIKE1-Mediated H3K4me2 Demethylation Is Required for Homologous Recombination Repair Reviewed

    Hirakawa Takeshi, Kuwata Keiko, Gallego Maria E., White Charles I, Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Matsunaga Sachihiro

    Plant Physiology   Vol. 181 ( 2 ) page: 499 - 509   2019.10

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    DOI: 10.1104/pp.19.00530

  12. ANAC032 regulates root growth through the MYB30 gene regulatory network Reviewed

    Maki H, Sakaoka S, Itaya T, Suzuki T, Mabuchi K, Amabe T, Suzuki N, Higashiyama T, Tada Y, Nakagawa T, Morikami A, Tsukagoshi H

    Scientific Reports   Vol. 9 ( 1 ) page: 11358   2019.8

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-47822-0

  13. Transcriptome Analysis and Identification of a Transcriptional Regulatory Network in the Response to H2O2 Reviewed

    Hieno Ayaka, Naznin Hushna Ara, Inaba-Hasegawa Keiko, Yokogawa Tomoko, Hayami Natsuki, Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Yokogawa Takashi, Higuchi-Takeuchi Mieko, Hanada Kosuke, Matsui Minami, Ikeda Yoko, Hojo Yuko, Hirayama Takashi, Kusunoki Kazutaka, Koyama Hiroyuki, Mitsuda Nobutaka, Yamamoto Yoshiharu Y.

    Plant Physiology   Vol. 180 ( 3 ) page: 1629 - 1646   2019.7

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    DOI: 10.1104/pp.18.01426

  14. Brassinosteroid Induces Phosphorylation of the Plasma Membrane H+-ATPase during Hypocotyl Elongation in Arabidopsis thaliana Reviewed

    Minami A, Takahashi K, Inoue SI, Tada Y, Kinoshita T

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 60 ( 5 ) page: 935 - 944   2019.5

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    DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcz005

  15. In vitro Protein-DNA Binding Assay (AlphaScreen (R) Technology) Invited Reviewed

    Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Tsukagoshi Hironaka

    Bio-Protocol   Vol. 9 ( 3 ) page: e3155   2019.2

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    DOI: 10.21769/BioProtoc.3155

  16. Proteasome-associated HECT-type ubiquitin ligase activity is required for plant immunity Invited Reviewed International coauthorship

    PLoS Pathogen   Vol. 14 ( 11 )   2018.11

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    DOI: 10.1371/journal.ppat.1007447

  17. MYC-type transcription factors, MYC67 and MYC70, interact with ICE1 and negatively regulate cold tolerance in Arabidopsis Reviewed

    Ohta M, Sato A, Renhu N, Yamamoto T, Oka N, Zhu JK, Tada Y, Suzaki T, Miura K

    Scientific Reports   Vol. 8 ( 1 ) page: 11622   2018.8

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41598-018-29722-x

  18. A Super Strong Engineered Auxin-TIR1 Pair Reviewed

    Yamada R, Murai K, Uchida N, Takahashi K, Iwasaki R, Tada Y, Kinoshita T, Itami K, Torii KU, Hagihara S

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 59 ( 8 ) page: 1538 - 1544   2018.8

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    DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcy127

  19. Arabidopsis Zinc-Finger-Like Protein ASYMMETRIC LEAVES2 (AS2) and Two Nucleolar Proteins Maintain Gene Body DNA Methylation in the Leaf Polarity Gene ETTIN (ARF3) Reviewed

    Vial-Pradel Simon, Keta Sumie, Nomoto Mika, Luo Lilan, Takahashi Hiro, Suzuki Masataka, Yokoyama Yuri, Sasabe Michiko, Kojima Shoko, Tada Yasuomi, Machida Yasunori, Machida Chiyoko

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 59 ( 7 ) page: 1385 - 1397   2018.7

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  20. MYB30 links ROS signaling, root cell elongation, and plant immune responses Reviewed

    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   Vol. 115 ( 20 ) page: E4710 - E4719   2018.5

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    DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1804233115

  21. Chemical hijacking of auxin signaling with an engineered auxin-TIR1 pair Reviewed

    Uchida Naoyuki, Takahashi Koji, Iwasaki Rie, Yamada Ryotaro, Yoshimura Masahiko, Endo Takaho A., Kimura Seisuke, Zhang Hua, Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Kinoshita Toshinori, Itami Kenichiro, Hagihara Shinya, Torii Keiko U.

    Nature Chemical Biology   Vol. 14 ( 3 ) page: 299   2018.3

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    DOI: 10.1038/NCHEMBIO.2555

  22. Cloning-free template DNA preparation for cell-free protein synthesis via two-step PCR using versatile primer designs with short 3 '-UTR Reviewed

    Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi

    Genes to Cells   Vol. 23 ( 1 ) page: 46 - 53   2018.1

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    DOI: 10.1111/gtc.12547

  23. Light Controls Protein Localization through Phytochrome-Mediated Alternative Promoter Selection Reviewed

    Ushijima T, Hanada K, Gotoh E, Yamori W, Kodama Y, Tanaka H, Kusano M, Fukushima A, Tokizawa M, Yamamoto YY, Tada Y, Suzuki Y, Matsushita T

    Cell   Vol. 171 ( 6 ) page: 1316 - 1325   2017.11

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.cell.2017.10.018

  24. Blue light and CO2 signals converge to regulate light-induced stomatal opening Reviewed

    Hiyama A, Takemiya A, Munemasa S, Okuma E, Sugiyama N, Tada Y, Murata Y, Shimazaki KI

    Nature Communications   Vol. 8 ( 1 ) page: 1284   2017.11

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    DOI: 10.1038/s41467-017-01237-5

  25. Prediction of bipartite transcriptional regulatory elements using transcriptome data of Arabidopsis Reviewed

    Yamamoto Yoshiharu Y., Ichida Hiroyuki, Hieno Ayaka, Obata Daichi, Tokizawa Mutsutomo, Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi, Kusunoki Kazutaka, Koyama Hiroyuki, Hayami Natsuki

    DNA Research   Vol. 24 ( 3 ) page: 271 - 278   2017.6

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    DOI: 10.1093/dnares/dsw065

  26. The Arabidopsis CERK1-associated kinase PBL27 connects chitin perception to MAPK activation Reviewed

    EMBO J   Vol. 35 ( 22 ) page: 2468 - 2483   2016.11

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    DOI: 10.15252/embj.201694248

  27. HSP90 Stabilizes Auxin-Responsive Phenotypes by Masking a Mutation in the Auxin Receptor TIR1 Reviewed

    Etsuko Watanabe, Shoji Mano, Mika Nomoto, Yasuomi Tada, Ikuko Hara-Nishimura, Mikio Nishimura, Kenji Yamada

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 57 ( 11 ) page: 2245 - 2254   2016.11

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    DOI: 10.1093/pcp/pcw170

  28. Loss of function at RAE2, a previously unidentified EPFL, is required for awnlessness in cultivated Asian rice Reviewed

    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   Vol. 113 ( 32 ) page: 8969 - 8974   2016.8

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  29. Phytochrome Signaling Is Mediated by PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTOR in the Liverwort Marchantia polymorpha Reviewed

    Keisuke Inoue, Ryuichi Nishihama, Hideo Kataoka, Masashi Hosaka, Ryo Manabe, Mika Nomoto, Yasuomi Tada, Kimitsune Ishizaki, Takayuki Kohchi

    PLANT CELL   Vol. 28 ( 6 ) page: 1406 - 1421   2016.6

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    Phytochromes are red light (R) and far-red light (FR) receptors that play important roles in many aspects of plant growth and development. Phytochromes mainly function in the nucleus and regulate sets of genes by inhibiting negatively acting basic helix-loop-helix transcription factors named PHYTOCHROME INTERACTING FACTORs (PIFs) in Arabidopsis thaliana. Although R/FR photoreversible responses and phytochrome genes are well documented in diverse lineages of plants, the extent to which phytochrome signaling is mediated by gene regulation beyond angiosperms remains largely unclear. Here, we show that the liverwort Marchantia polymorpha, an emerging model basal land plant, has only one phytochrome gene, Mp-PHY, and only one PIF gene, Mp-PIF. These genes mediate typical low fluence responses, which are reversibly elicited by R and FR, and regulate gene expression. Mp-phy is light-stable and translocates into the nucleus upon irradiation with either R or FR, demonstrating that the single phytochrome Mp-phy exhibits combined biochemical and cell-biological characteristics of type I and type II phytochromes. Mp-phy photoreversibly regulates gemma germination and downstream gene expression by interacting with Mp-PIF and targeting it for degradation in an R-dependent manner. Our findings suggest that the molecular mechanisms for light-dependent transcriptional regulation mediated by PIF transcription factors were established early in land plant evolution.

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  30. Substrate thiophosphorylation by Arabidopsis mitogen-activated protein kinases Reviewed

    Leissing, F., Nomoto, M., Bocola, M., Schwaneberg, U., Tada, Y., Conrath, U., Beckers, G.J.M.

    BMC Plant Biology   Vol. 16 ( 1 )   2016

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  31. Oryza sativa H<sup>+</sup>-ATPase (OSA) is Involved in the Regulation of Dumbbell-Shaped Guard Cells of Rice Reviewed

    Toda, Y., Wang, Y., Takahashi, A., Kawai, Y., Tada, Y., Yamaji, N., Feng Ma, J., Ashikari, M., Kinoshita, T.

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 57 ( 6 ) page: 1220 - 1230   2016

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    The stomatal apparatus consists of a pair of guard cells and regulates gas exchange between the leaf and atmosphere. In guard cells, blue light (BL) activates H+-ATPase in the plasma membrane through the phosphorylation of its penultimate threonine, mediating stomatal opening. Although this regulation is thought to be widely adopted among kidney-shaped guard cells in dicots, the molecular basis underlying that of dumbbell-shaped guard cells in monocots remains unclear. Here, we show that H+-ATPases are involved in the regulation of dumbbell-shaped guard cells. Stomatal opening of rice was promoted by the H+-ATPase activator fusicoccin and by BL, and the latter was suppressed by the H+-ATPase inhibitor vanadate. Using H+-ATPase antibodies, we showed the presence of phosphoregulation of the penultimate threonine in Oryza sativa H+-ATPases (OSAs) and localization of OSAs in the plasma membrane of guard cells. Interestingly, we identified one H+-ATPase isoform, OSA7, that is preferentially expressed among the OSA genes in guard cells, and found that loss of function of OSA7 resulted in partial insensitivity to BL. We conclude that H+-ATPase is involved in BL-induced stomatal opening of dumbbell-shaped guard cells in monocotyledon species.

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  32. High-throughput assay for quantification of aminoglycoside-Ribosome interaction Reviewed

    Yamashita, S., Bergmann, D., Sato, A., Nomoto, M., Tada, Y., Humpf, H.-U., Itami, K., Hagihara, S.

    Chemistry Letters   Vol. 45 ( 9 ) page: 1048 - 1050   2016

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    <p>The serious side effects of aminoglycosides and the spread of aminoglycoside-resistant strains have restricted the clinical application of aminoglycosides. A compound with the identical mode of action with aminoglycosides and with different molecular skeleton would be an alternative drug for aminoglycosides. In this study, we constructed an SPR-based high-throughput screening system for the discovery of such compounds.</p>

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  33. Erratum: Posttranslational Modifications of the Master Transcriptional Regulator NPR1 Enable Dynamic but Tight Control of Plant Immune Responses (Cell Host and Microbe (2015) 18 (169-182)) Reviewed

    Saleh, A., Withers, J., Mohan, R., Marqués, J., Gu, Y., Yan, S., Zavaliev, R., Nomoto, M., Tada, Y., Dong, X.

    Cell Host and Microbe   Vol. 19 ( 1 )   2016

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  34. Arabidopsis AtRRP44 has ribonuclease activity that is required to complement the growth defect of yeast rrp44 Mutant Reviewed

    Kumakura, N., Otsuki, H., Ito, M., Nomoto, M., Tada, Y., Ohta, K., Watanabe, Y.

    Plant Biotechnology   Vol. 33 ( 2 ) page: 77 - 85   2016

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    The RNA exosome is a multiprotein complex responsible for 3′ to 5′ degradation and processing of various classes of RNAs in eukaryotes. Rrp44/Dis3 is the catalytic center of the RNA exosome in yeast and human. Previously, we identified <i>Arabidopsis thaliana</i> RRP44 (AtRRP44) as a single functional homolog of Rrp44/Dis3. Although AtRRP44 is potentially a catalytic center of the plant RNA exosome, the ribonuclease activity of AtRRP44 has not been tested. Here, we show that AtRRP44 has ribonuclease activity using <i>in vitro</i> translated recombinant proteins. Mutation of the aspartic acid residue D489 of AtRRP44 to asparagine (D489N) resulted in loss of ribonuclease activity, indicating that aspartic acid is at the active site. The wild-type AtRRP44 protein rescued the growth defect of <i>Saccharomyces cerevisiae rrp44</i> mutants, but the D489N mutated AtRRP44 did not. This finding suggests that the ribonuclease activity of wild-type AtRRP44 is required for yeast cell viability. We also showed that AtRRP44 was highly expressed in organs experiencing active cell turnover, such as shoot apical meristem, root apical meristem, and lateral root primordium. Along with previous studies showing that loss of RRP44 in <i>Arabidopsis</i> is lethal, our results suggest that AtRRP44 has ribonuclease activity that is related to plant development.

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  35. Posttranslational Modifications of the Master Transcriptional Regulator NPR1 Enable Dynamic but Tight Control of Plant Immune Responses Reviewed International coauthorship

    Cell Host Microbe   Vol. 18 ( 2 ) page: 169 - 182   2015.8

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  36. Transcriptional repression by MYB3R proteins regulates plant organ growth Reviewed International coauthorship

    EMBO J   Vol. 34 ( 15 ) page: 1992 - 2007   2015.8

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  37. High REDOX RESPONSIVE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR1 Levels Result in Accumulation of Reactive Oxygen Species in Arabidopsis thaliana Shoots and Roots Reviewed

    Mitsuhiro Matsuo, Joy Michal Johnson, Ayaka Hieno, Mutsutomo Tokizawa, Mika Nomoto, Yasuomi Tada, Rinesh Godfrey, Junichi Obokata, Irena Sherameti, Yoshiharu Y. Yamamoto, Frank-D. Böhmer, Ralf Oelmüller

    Molecular Plant   Vol. 8 ( 8 ) page: 1253 - 1273   2015.8

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  38. The Responses of Arabidopsis ELIP2 to UV-B, High Light, and Cold Stress are Regulated by a Transcriptional Regulatory Unit Composed of Two Elements. Reviewed

    Hayami N, Kimura M, Tokizawa M, Iuchi S, Kurihara Y, Matsui M, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Sakai Y, Yamamoto YY, Plant physiology

    Plant Physiology   Vol. 169 ( 1 ) page: 840 - 855   2015.7

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    Hayami N, Kimura M, Tokizawa M, Iuchi S, Kurihara Y, Matsui M, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Sakai Y, Yamamoto YY, Plant physiology, 2015

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  39. STOP1, CAMTA2 and other transcription factors are involved in aluminum-inducible AtALMT1 expression. Reviewed

    Tokizawa M, Kobayashi Y, Saito T, Kobayashi M, Iuchi S, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Yamamoto YY, Koyama H

    Plant Physiol     2015.3

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  40. SENSITIVE TO PROTON RHIZOTOXICITY1, CALMODULIN BINDING TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATOR2, and Other Transcription Factors Are Involved in ALUMINUM-ACTIVATED MALATE TRANSPORTER1 Expression. Reviewed

    Tokizawa M, Kobayashi Y, Saito T, Kobayashi M, Iuchi S, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Yamamoto YY, Koyama H, Plant physiology

    Plant Physiology   Vol. 167 ( 3 ) page: 991 - 1003   2015.3

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    Tokizawa M, Kobayashi Y, Saito T, Kobayashi M, Iuchi S, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Yamamoto YY, Koyama H, Plant physiology, 2015, vol. 167, no. 3, pp. 991-1003

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  41. Prediction-oriented promoter analysis of Arabidopsis ELIP2 revealed novel transcriptional regulatory elements that unite UV-B, high light and cold stress response. Invited

    Hayami N, Sakai Y, Saito T, Kimura M, Tokizawa M, Nomoto M, Tada Y, Iuchi S, Yamamoto YY

    Proceedings of the 4th UGSAS-GU International Symposium 2015     page: 40 - 41   2015

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  42. The regulation mechanism of root development by ROS Reviewed

    Hironaka Tsukagoshi, Kaho Mabuchi, Takamasa Suzuki, Mika Nomoto, Wolfgang Busch, Yasuomi Tada, Tetsuya Higashiyama, Philip N. Benfey

    GENES & GENETIC SYSTEMS   Vol. 89 ( 6 ) page: 295 - 295   2014.12

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  43. Selective protein denitrosylation activity of Thioredoxin-h5 modulates plant Immunity Reviewed International coauthorship

    Molecular Cell   Vol. 56 ( 1 ) page: 153 - 162   2014.10

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.molcel.2014.08.003

  44. DELLA protein functions as a transcriptional activator through the DNA binding of the indeterminate domain family proteins Reviewed

    Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A   Vol. 111 ( 21 ) page: 7861 - 7866   2014.5

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  45. Regulation of water, salinity, and cold stress responses by salicylic acid Reviewed

    Miura, K., Tada, Y.

    Frontiers in Plant Science   Vol. 5 ( JAN )   2014

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  46. A receptor-like cytoplasmic kinase targeted by a plant pathogen effector is directly phosphorylated by the chitin receptor and mediates rice immunity Reviewed

    Cell Host Microbe   Vol. 13 ( 3 ) page: 347 - 357   2013.5

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  47. A zinc-binding citrus protein metallothionein can act as a plant defense factor by controlling host-selective ACR-toxin production

    Satoshi Nishimura, Satoshi Tatano, Yoko Miyamoto, Kouhei Ohtani, Takeshi Fukumoto, Kenji Gomi, Yasuomi Tada, Kazuya Ichimura, Kazuya Akimitsu

    Plant Molecular Biology   Vol. 81 ( 1-2 ) page: 1 - 11   2013.1

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    Metallothionein is a small cysteine-rich protein known to have a metal-binding function. We isolated three different lengths of rough lemon cDNAs encoding a metallothionein (RlemMT1, RlemMT2 and RlemMT3), and only RlemMT1-recombinant protein had zinc-binding activity. Appropriate concentration of zinc is an essential micronutrient for living organisms, while excess zinc is toxic. Zinc also stimulates the production of host-selective ACR-toxin for citrus leaf spot pathogen of Alternaria alternata rough lemon pathotype. Trapping of zinc by RlemMT1-recombinant protein or by a zinc-scavenging agent in the culture medium caused suppression of ACR-toxin production by the fungus. Since ACR-toxin is the disease determinant for A. alternata rough lemon pathotype, addition of RlemMT1 to the inoculum suspension led to a significant decrease in symptoms on rough lemon leaves as a result of reduced ACR-toxin production from the zinc trap around infection sites. RlemMT1-overexpression mutant of A. alternata rough lemon pathotype also produced less ACR-toxin and reduced virulence on rough lemon. This suppression was caused by an interruption of zinc absorption by cells from the trapping of the mineral by RlemMT1 and an excess supplement of ZnSO 4 restored toxin production and pathogenicity. Based on these results, we propose that zinc adsorbents including metallothionein likely can act as a plant defense factor by controlling toxin biosynthesis via inhibition of zinc absorption by the pathogen. © 2012 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.

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  48. The rare sugar D-allose acts as a triggering molecule of rice defence via ROS generation Reviewed

    Akihiko Kano, Takeshi Fukumoto, Kohei Ohtani, Akihide Yoshihara, Toshiaki Ohara, Shigeru Tajima, Ken Izumori, Keiji Tanaka, Takeo Ohkouchi, Yutaka Ishida, Yoko Nishizawa, Kazuya Ichimura, Yasuomi Tada, Kenji Gomi, Kazuya Akimitsu

    Journal of Experimental Botany   Vol. 64 ( 0 ) page: 4939 - 4951   2013

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    Only d-allose, among various rare monosaccharides tested, induced resistance to Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae in susceptible rice leaves with defence responses: reactive oxygen species, lesion mimic formation, and PR-protein gene expression. These responses were suppressed by ascorbic acid or diphenylene iodonium. Transgenic rice plants overexpressing OsrbohC, encoding NADPH oxidase, were enhanced in sensitivity to d-allose. d-Allose-mediated defence responses were suppressed by the presence of a hexokinase inhibitor. 6-Deoxy-d-allose, a structural derivative of d-allose unable to be phosphorylated, did not confer resistance. Transgenic rice plants expressing Escherichia coli AlsK encoding d-allose kinase to increase d-allose 6-phosphate synthesis were more sensitive to d-allose, but E. coli AlsI encoding d-allose 6-phosphate isomerase expression to decrease d-allose 6-phosphate reduced sensitivity. A d-glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase-defective mutant was also less sensitive, and OsG6PDH1 complementation restored full sensitivity. These results reveal that a monosaccharide, d-allose, induces rice resistance to X. oryzae pv. oryzae by activating NADPH oxidase through the activity of d-glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase, initiated by hexokinase-mediated conversion of d-allose to d-allose 6-phosphate, and treatment with d-allose might prove to be useful for reducing disease development in rice. © The Author 2013. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Society for Experimental Biology.

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  49. Phosphorylation of D-allose by hexokinase involved in regulation of OsABF1 expression for growth inhibition in Oryza sativa L Reviewed

    Takeshi Fukumoto, Akihiko Kano, Kohei Ohtani, Megumi Inoue, Akihide Yoshihara, Ken Izumori, Shigeru Tajima, Yoshio Shigematsu, Keiji Tanaka, Takeo Ohkouchi, Yutaka Ishida, Yoko Nishizawa, Yasuomi Tada, Kazuya Ichimura, Kenji Gomi, Sang-Dong Yoo, Jen Sheen, Kazuya Akimitsu

    Planta   Vol. 237 ( 0 ) page: 1379 - 1391   2013

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    We previously reported that a rare sugar d-allose, which is the d-glucose epimer at C3, inhibits the gibberellin-dependent responses such as elongation of the second leaf sheath and induction of α-amylase in embryo-less half seeds in rice (Fukumoto et al. 2011). d-Allose suppresses expressions of gibberellin-responsive genes downstream of SLR1 protein in the gibberellin-signaling through hexokinase (HXK)-dependent pathway. In this study, we discovered that d-allose induced expression of ABA-related genes including OsNCED1-3 and OsABA8ox1-3 in rice. Interestingly, d-allose also up-regulated expression of OsABF1, encoding a conserved bZIP transcription factor in ABA signaling, in rice. The d-allose-induced expression of OsABF1 was diminished by a hexokinase inhibitor, d-mannoheptulose (MNH). Consistently, d-allose also inhibited Arabidopsis growth, but failed to trigger growth retardation in the glucose-insensitive2 (gin2) mutant, which is a loss-of-function mutant of the glucose sensor AtHXK1. d-Allose activated AtABI5 expression in transgenic gin2 over-expressing wild-type AtHXK1 but not in gin2 over-expressing the catalytic mutant AtHXK1S177A, indicating that the d-allose phosphorylation by HXK to d-allose 6-phosphate (A6P) is the first step for the up-regulation of AtABI5 gene expression as well as d-allose-induced growth inhibition. Moreover, overexpression of OsABF1 showed increased sensitivity to d-allose in rice. These findings indicated that the phosphorylation of d-allose at C6 by hexokinase is essential and OsABF1 is involved in the signal transduction for d-allose-induced growth inhibition. © 2013 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

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  50. Phosphorylation of BLUS1 kinase by phototropins is a primary step in stomatal opening Reviewed International journal

    Takemiya, A., Sugiyama, N., Fujimoto, H., Tsutsumi, T., Yamauchi, S., Hiyama, A., Tada, Y., Christie, J.M., Shimazaki, K.-I.

    Nature Communications   Vol. 4   page: 2094 - 2094   2013

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    Opening of stomata in the plant facilitates photosynthetic CO2 fixation and transpiration. Blue-light perception by phototropins (phot1, phot2) activates the plasma membrane H(+)-ATPase, causing stomata to open. Here we describe a regulator that connects these components, a Ser/Thr protein kinase, BLUS1 (BLUE LIGHT SIGNALING1), which mediates a primary step for phototropin signalling in guard cells. blus1 mutants identified by infrared thermography result in a loss of blue light-dependent stomatal opening. BLUS1 encodes a protein kinase that is directly phosphorylated by phot1 in vitro and in vivo at Ser-348 within its C-terminus. Both phosphorylation of Ser-348 and BLUS1 kinase activity are essential for activation of the H(+)-ATPase. blus1 mutants show lower stomatal conductance and CO2 assimilation than wild-type plants under decreased ambient CO2. Together, our analyses demonstrate that BLUS1 functions as a phototropin substrate and primary regulator of stomatal control to enhance photosynthetic CO2 assimilation under natural light conditions.

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  51. NPR3 and NPR4 are receptors for the immune signal salicylic acid in plants Reviewed

    Nature   Vol. 486 ( 7402 ) page: 228 - 232   2012.5

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  52. The HSF-like transcription factor TBF1 is a major molecular switch for plant growth-to-defense transition Reviewed International coauthorship

    Current Biology   Vol. 22 ( 2 ) page: 103 - 112   2012.1

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  53. Role of the pathotype-specific ACRTS1 gene encoding a hydroxylase involved in the biosynthesis of host-selective ACR-toxin in the rough lemon pathotype of alternaria alternata Reviewed

    Izumi, Y., Kamei, E., Miyamoto, Y., Ohtani, K., Masunaka, A., Fukumoto, T., Gomi, K., Tada, Y., Ichimura, K., Peever, T.L., Akimitsu, K.

    Phytopathology   Vol. 102 ( 8 )   2012

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  54. Cauliflower mosaic virus Protein P6 Inhibits Signaling Responses to Salicylic Acid and Regulates Innate Immunity Reviewed

    Love, A.J., Geri, C., Laird, J., Carr, C., Yun, B.-W., Loake, G.J., Tada, Y., Sadanandom, A., Milner, J.J.

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 7 ( 10 )   2012

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  55. A polyketide synthase gene, ACRTS2, is responsible for biosynthesis of host-selective ACR-toxin in the rough lemon pathotype of Alternaria alternata Reviewed

    Izumi, Y., Ohtani, K., Miyamoto, Y., Masunaka, A., Fukumoto, T., Gomi, K., Tada, Y., Ichimura, K., Peever, T.L., Akimitsu, K.

    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions   Vol. 25 ( 11 )   2012

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  56. Timing of plant immune responses by a central circadian regulator Reviewed International coauthorship

    Nature   Vol. 470 ( 7332 ) page: 110 - 114   2011.2

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  57. Rare sugar d-allose suppresses gibberellin signaling through hexokinase-dependent pathway in Oryza sativa L. Reviewed

    Fukumoto, T., Kano, A., Ohtani, K., Yamasaki-Kokudo, Y., Kim, B.-G., Hosotani, K., Saito, M., Shirakawa, C., Tajima, S., Izumori, K., Ohara, T., Shigematsu, Y., Tanaka, K., Ishida, Y., Nishizawa, Y., Tada, Y., Ichimura, K., Gomi, K., Akimitsu, K.

    Planta   Vol. 234 ( 6 ) page: 1083 - 1095   2011

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    One of the rare sugars, d-allose, which is the epimer of d-glucose at C3, has an inhibitory effect on rice growth, but the molecular mechanisms of the growth inhibition by d-allose were unknown. The growth inhibition caused by d-allose was prevented by treatment with hexokinase inhibitors, d-mannoheptulose and N-acetyl-d-glucosamine. Furthermore, the Arabidopsisglucose-insensitive2 (gin2) mutant, which is a loss-of-function mutant of the glucose sensor AtHXK1, showed a d-allose-insensitive phenotype. d-Allose strongly inhibited the gibberellin-dependent responses such as elongation of the second leaf sheath and induction of α-amylase in embryo-less half rice seeds. The growth of the slenderrice1 (slr1) mutant, which exhibits a constitutive gibberellin-responsive phenotype, was also inhibited by d-allose, and the growth inhibition of the slr1 mutant by d-allose was also prevented by d-mannoheptulose treatment. The expressions of gibberellin-responsive genes were down-regulated by d-allose treatment, and the down-regulations of gibberellin-responsive genes were also prevented by d-mannoheptulose treatment. These findings reveal that d-allose inhibits the gibberellin-signaling through a hexokinase-dependent pathway. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.

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  58. D-Psicose induces upregulation of defense-related genes and resistance in rice against bacterial blight Reviewed

    Kano, A., Hosotani, K., Gomi, K., Yamasaki-Kokudo, Y., Shirakawa, C., Fukumoto, T., Ohtani, K., Tajima, S., Izumori, K., Tanaka, K., Ishida, Y., Nishizawa, Y., Ichimura, K., Tada, Y., Akimitsu, K.

    Journal of Plant Physiology   Vol. 168 ( 15 ) page: 1852 - 1857   2011

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    We examined rice responses to a rare sugar, d-psicose. Rice growth was inhibited by d-psicose but not by common sugars. Microarray analysis revealed that d-psicose treatment caused an upregulation of many defense-related genes in rice, and dose-dependent upregulation of these genes was confirmed by quantitative reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction. The level of upregulation of defense-related genes by d-psicose was low compared with that by d-allose, which is another rare sugar known to confer induction of resistance to rice bacterial blight in rice. Treatment with d-psicose conferred resistance to bacterial blight in rice in a dose-dependent manner, and the results indicate that d-psicose might be a candidate plant activator for reducing disease development in rice. © 2011 Elsevier GmbH.

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  59. Role of the host-selective ACT-toxin synthesis gene ACTTS2 encoding an enoyl-reductase in pathogenicity of the tangerine pathotype of alternaria alternata Reviewed

    Ajiro, N., Miyamoto, Y., Masunaka, A., Tsuge, T., Yamamoto, M., Ohtani, K., Fukumoto, T., Gomi, K., Peever, T.L., Izumi, Y., Tada, Y., Akimitsu, K.

    Phytopathology   Vol. 100 ( 2 ) page: 120 - 126   2010

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    The tangerine pathotype of Alternaria alternata produces host-selective ACT-toxin and causes Alternaria brown spot disease of tangerines and tangerine hybrids. Sequence analysis of a genomic BAC clone identified a previously uncharacterized portion of the ACT-toxin biosynthesis gene cluster (ACTT). A 1,034-bp gene encoding a putative enoylreductase was identified by using rapid amplification of cDNA ends and polymerase chain reaction and designated ACTTS2. Genomic Southern blots demonstrated that ACTTS2 is present only in ACT-toxin producers and is carried on a 1.9 Mb conditionally dispensable chromosome by the tangerine pathotype. Targeted gene disruption of ACTTS2 led to a reduction in ACT-toxin production and pathogenicity, and transcriptional knockdown of ACTTS2 using RNA silencing resulted in complete loss of ACT-toxin production and pathogenicity. These results indicate that ACTTS2 is an essential gene for ACT-toxin biosynthesis in the tangerine pathotype of A. alternata and is required for pathogenicity of this fungus. © 2010 The American Phytopathological Society.

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  60. Minireview: Post-translational protein modification as a tool for transcription reprogramming Reviewed

    Spoel, S.H., Tada, Y., Loake, G.J.

    New Phytologist   Vol. 186 ( 2 )   2010

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  61. ACTTS3 encoding a polyketide synthase is essential for the biosynthesis of ACT-Toxin and pathogenicity in the tangerine pathotype of alternaria alternata Reviewed

    Miyamoto, Y., Masunaka, A., Tsuge, T., Yamamoto, M., Ohtani, K., Fukumoto, T., Gomi, K., Peever, T.L., Tada, Y., Ichimura, K., Akimitsu, K.

    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions   Vol. 23 ( 4 ) page: 406 - 414   2010

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    The tangerine pathotype of Alternaria alternala produces host-selective ACT-toxin and causes Alternaria brown spot disease of tangerine and tangerine hybrids. Sequence analy-sis of a genomic BAC clone identified part of the ACT-toxin TOX (ACTT) gene cluster, and knockout experiments have implicated several open reading frames (ORF) contained within the cluster in the biosynthesis of ACT-toxin. One of the ORF, designated ACTTS3, encoding a putative poly-ketide synthase, was isolated by rapid amplification of cDNA ends and genomic/reverse transcription-polymerase chain reactions using the specific primers designed from the BAC sequences. The 7,374-bp ORF encodes a polyketide synthase with putative ß-ketoacyl synthase, acyltransferase, methyltransferase, ß-ketoacyl reductase, and phosphopante-theine attachment site domains. Genomic Southern blots demonstrated that ACTTS3 is present on the smallest chro-mosome in the tangerine pathotype of A. alternata, and the presence of ACTTS3 is highly correlated with ACT-toxin production and pathogenicity. Targeted gene disruption of two copies of ACTTS3 led to a complete loss of ACT-toxin production and pathogenicity. These results indicate that ACTTS3 is an essential gene for ACT-toxin biosynthesis in the tangerine pathotype of A. alternata and is required for pathogenicity of this fungus. © 2010 The American Phytopathological Society.

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  62. A rare sugar, D-allose, confers resistance to rice bacterial blight with upregulation of defense-related genes in oryza sativa Reviewed

    Kano, A., Gomi, K., Yamasaki-Kokudo, Y., Satoh, M., Fukumoto, T., Ohtani, K., Tajima, S., Izumori, K., Tanaka, K., Ishida, Y., Tada, Y., Nishizawa, Y., Akimitsu, K.

    Phytopathology   Vol. 100 ( 1 ) page: 85 - 90   2010

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    We investigated responses of rice plant to three rare sugars, D-altrose, D-sorbose, and D-allose, due to establishment of mass production methods for these rare sugars. Root growth and shoot growth were significantly inhibited by D-allose but not by the other rare sugars. A large-scale gene expression analysis using a rice microarray revealed that D-allose treatment causes a high upregulation of many defense-related, pathogenesisrelated (PR) protein genes in rice. The PR protein genes were not upregulated by other rare sugars. Furthermore, D-allose treatment of rice plants conferred limited resistance of the rice against the pathogen Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae but the other tested sugars did not. These results indicate that D-allose has a growth inhibitory effect but might prove to be a candidate elicitor for reducing disease development in rice.

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  63. Proteasome-mediated turnover of the transcription coactivator NPR1 plays dual roles in regulating plant immunity Reviewed International coauthorship

    Cell   Vol. 137 ( 5 ) page: 860 - 872   2009.5

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  64. Molecular cloning and characterization of a thaumatin-like protein-encoding cDNA from rough lemon Reviewed

    Kim, B.-G., Fukumoto, T., Tatano, S., Gomi, K., Ohtani, K., Tada, Y., Akimitsu, K.

    Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology   Vol. 74 ( 1 ) page: 3 - 10   2009

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    Plants accumulate defense-related proteins when they suffer attacks by fungi and bacteria, diverse stress conditions, or elicitor treatment. Among the defense-related proteins, thaumatin-like proteins (TLPs) are well known to function as anti-fungal proteins. A full-length cDNA from rough lemon (Citrus jambhiri Lush.) that encodes a thaumatin-like protein was cloned by RACE and designated RlemTLP. Transcripts of RlemTLP were not detected in leaves, stems, and roots, but were accumulated in leaves after wounding treatment. RlemTLP transcripts were also accumulated in leaves after fungal inoculation or jasmonic acid treatment. RlemTLP protein obtained by using an Escherichia coli expression system produced anti-fungal activity to Alternaria alternata. Subcellular localization analysis showed that GFP-tagged RlemTLP was predominantly localized to both the periphery of the plasma membrane and the cytoplasm. These results suggested that RlemTLP is likely to be involved in the defense of rough lemon against fungal pathogens. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  65. Erratum: Plant immunity requires conformational changes of NPR1 via S-nitrosylation and thioredoxins ((952)) Reviewed

    Tada, Y.

    Science   Vol. 325 ( 5944 )   2009

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  66. 2SP4-06 Application of rare sugars for agriculture(2SP4 Rare glyco-elements "RARE SUGARS" pioneer a new world,The 47th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society of Japan) Reviewed

    Akimitsu Kazuya, Gomi Kenji, Tada Yasuomi, Tajima Shigeyuki, Izumori Ken

    Seibutsu Butsuri   Vol. 49   page: S13   2009

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  67. Plant immunity requires conformational changes of NPR1 via S-nitrosylation and thioredoxins Reviewed

    Science   Vol. 321 ( 5891 ) page: 952 - 956   2008.8

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  68. The human fungal pathogen Cryptococcus can complete its sexual cycle during a pathogenic association with plants Reviewed International coauthorship

    Cell Host Microbe     page: 263 - 273   2007.6

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  69. Victorin triggers programmed cell death and the defense response via interaction with a cell surface mediator Reviewed

    Tada, Y., Kusaka, K., Betsuyaku, S., Shinogi, T., Sakamoto, M., Ohura, Y., Hata, S., Mori, T., Tosa, Y., Mayama, S.

    Plant and Cell Physiology   Vol. 46 ( 11 )   2005

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  70. Two phases of intracellular reactive oxygen species production during victorin-induced cell death in oats Reviewed

    Sakamoto, M., Tada, Y., Nakayashiki, H., Tosa, Y., Mayama, S.

    Journal of General Plant Pathology   Vol. 71 ( 6 )   2005

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  71. Catalase and alternative oxidase cooperatively regulate programmed cell death induced by β-glucan elicitor in potato suspension cultures Reviewed

    Mizuno, M., Tada, Y., Uchii, K., Kawakami, S., Mayama, S.

    Planta   Vol. 220 ( 6 ) page: 849 - 853   2005

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  72. Coordinate involvement of cysteine protease and nuclease in the executive phase of plant apoptosis Reviewed

    FEBS Letter   Vol. 578 ( 3 ) page: 363 - 367   2004.12

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  73. Nitric oxide and reactive oxygen species do not elicit hypersensitive cell death but induce apoptosis in the adjacent cells during the defense response of oat Reviewed

    Mol Plant Microbe Interact   Vol. 17 ( 3 ) page: 245 - 253   2004.5

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  74. Mitochondrial oxidative burst involved in apoptotic response in oats Reviewed

    Yao, N., Tada, Y., Sakamoto, M., Nakayashiki, H., Park, P., Tosa, Y., Mayama, S.

    Plant Journal   Vol. 30 ( 5 )   2002

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  75. Apoptotic cell death is a common response to pathogen attack in oats Reviewed

    Yao, N., Imai, S., Tada, Y., Nakayashiki, H., Tosa, Y., Park, P., Mayama, S.

    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions   Vol. 15 ( 10 )   2002

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  76. Novel evidence for apoptotic cell response and differential signals in chromatin condensation and DNA cleavage in victorin-treated oats Reviewed

    Yao, N., Tada, Y., Park, P., Nakayashiki, H., Tosa, Y., Mayama, S.

    Plant Journal   Vol. 28 ( 1 )   2001

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  77. Induction and signaling of an apoptotic response typified by DNA laddering in the defense response of oats to infection and elicitors Reviewed

    Tada, Y., Hata, S., Takata, Y., Nakayashiki, H., Tosa, Y., Mayama, S.

    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions   Vol. 14 ( 4 )   2001

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  1. PLANT TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS: METHODS AND PROTOCOLS Reviewed

    ( Role: Joint author ,  Cell-Free Protein Synthesis of Plant Transcription Factors)

    Nomoto Mika, Tada Yasuomi  2018  ( ISBN:978-1-4939-8656-9

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  1. Construction of biosensors for monitoring salicylate and jasmonate signalings reflecting their antagonistic responses

    吉岡美樹, 田中達己, 尾中南海, 荒川花子, 別役重之, 多田安臣, 鳴坂真理, 鳴坂義弘, 上田真澄, 大高剛史, 安達広明, 吉岡博文

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2021   2021

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    Nomoto M., Kitagawa Y., Itaya T., Suzuki T., Tada Y

    MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS     2019.10

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  3. Rain Evokes a Primitive Plant Immune Response Via Trichome Hair-like Cell International coauthorship

    Matsumura M., Nomoto M., Itaya T., Aratani Y., Iwamoto M., Suzuki T., Toyota M., Betsuyaku S., Tada Y.

    MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS     2019.10

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    Frungillo L., Lee S. U., Nomoto M., Tada Y., Yun B. W., Spoel S. H.

    MOLECULAR PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONS   Vol. 32 ( 10 ) page: 166 - 166   2019.10

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    東井周, 野元美佳, 板谷知健, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 松下智直, 松下智直, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会報   Vol. 84 ( 1 )   2018

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    松村護, 野元美佳, 板谷知健, 鈴木孝征, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 別役重之, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物生理学会年会(Web)   Vol. 59th   2018

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  7. サリチル酸シグナルの転写制御因子であるNPR1はMYC転写因子のターンオーバーを制御することでジャスモン酸シグナルを抑制する

    野元美佳, 板谷知健, 鈴木孝征, 塚越啓央, 松下智直, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, SPOEL Steven, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 82nd   2018

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  8. シロイヌナズナにおける機械刺激誘導性免疫の解析

    松村護, 野元美佳, 板谷知健, 鈴木孝征, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会報   Vol. 84 ( 1 )   2018

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  9. 転写補助因子SNI1とNPR1によるWRKY転写因子を介したSA応答性遺伝子発現制御機構の解析

    清水琴恵, 野元美佳, 福井大和, 板谷知健, 森毅, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2017   2017

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  10. phyシグナルが制御するSA応答性防御応答

    東井周, 堀尾宗正, 野元美佳, 板谷知健, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 松下智直, 松下智直, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本農芸化学会中部支部例会講演要旨集(Web)   Vol. 180th   2017

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  11. 機械刺激依存的イオンチャネルを介した防御応答の解明

    板谷知健, 野元美佳, 田籾貴詞, YE T., 村田芳行, 飯田秀利, 松下智直, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2016   2016

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  12. 植物免疫系の制御因子であるNPR1とJAZが制御するERF1依存的な遺伝子発現機構の解析

    野元美佳, 板谷知健, 岡和, 鈴木孝征, 森毅, 塚越啓央, 松下智直, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 東山哲也, SPOEL Steven, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 80th   2016

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  13. 宿主特異的毒素ビクトリン感受性遺伝子Vb候補の同定

    兼市大輝, 桑田啓子, 鈴木孝征, 鈴木孝征, 野元美佳, 板谷知健, 中神弘史, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2016   2016

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  14. サリチル酸/アブシシン酸クロストークに干渉する制御因子の探索

    吉村亮, 野元美佳, 松岡頌子, 梅澤泰史, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2016   2016

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  15. サリチル酸が調節するアブシシン酸抑制機構の解析

    吉村亮, 野元美佳, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会報   Vol. 82 ( 1 )   2016

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  16. サリチル酸とジャスモン酸シグナルの転写補助因子NPR1とJAZは転写コンテクスト依存的に機能転換する

    野元美佳, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 森毅, 鈴木孝征, 鈴木孝征, SKELLY Michael, 岡和, 松下智直, 松下智直, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, SPOEL Steven, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2016   2016

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  17. P4-3-10 シス配列予測を用いたアルミニウムストレス耐性における転写制御因子STOP1の転写制御ネットワークとその結合配列の解析(ポスター,4-3 植物の有害元素,2016年度佐賀大会)

    時澤 睦朋, 榎本 拓央, 藤井 健生, 小林 佑理子, 野元 美佳, 多田 安臣, 山本 義治, 小山 博之

    日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   Vol. 62   page: 74 - 74   2016

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  18. 光防御関連遺伝子ELIP2プロモーターから同定された強光、低温、UV-Bストレス応答を統合する転写制御配列 Invited Reviewed

    速水菜月, 坂井優作, 時澤睦朋, 井内聖, 野元美佳, 多田安臣, 山本義治

    光合成研究   Vol. 25   page: 84 - 91   2015.8

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  19. 疾病防御応答の活性化による生長制御機構の解明

    森毅, 野元美佳, 時澤睦朋, 山下隼, 山本義治, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣

    日本植物病理学会大会プログラム・講演要旨予稿集   Vol. 2015   2015

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  20. 植物免疫系の活性化による生長制御機構の解析

    森毅, 時澤睦朋, 西岡愛実, 山下隼, 山本義治, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 79th   2015

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  21. 植物免疫系が制御するグローバルネットワークの解析

    野元美佳, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 森毅, 鈴木孝征, SKELLY Michael, 岡和, 松下智直, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, SPOEL Steven, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 79th   2015

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  22. シロイヌナズナ転写制御因子STOP1によるアルミニウム耐性遺伝子の転写制御機構の解析

    時澤睦朋, 榎本拓央, 小林佑理子, 野元美佳, 多田安臣, 山本義治, 小山博之

    日本土壌肥料学会講演要旨集   Vol. 61   2015

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  23. サリチル酸/ジャスモン酸シグナルを制御するNPR1とJAZが介在する転写制御ネットワークの解析

    野元美佳, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 森毅, 鈴木孝征, 鈴木孝征, SKELLY Michael, 岡和, 松下智直, 松下智直, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, 東山哲也, SPOEL Steven, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 79th   2015

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  24. サリチル酸が調節するアブシシン酸応答機構の解析

    吉村亮, 野元美佳, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 多田安臣, 多田安臣

    日本植物学会大会研究発表記録   Vol. 79th   2015

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  25. 植物免疫応答を制御する新奇NPR1結合因子の同定

    野元美佳, MOHAN Rajinikanth, 塚越啓央, 塚越啓央, 岡和, 時澤睦朋, 山本義治, DONG Xinnian, 多田安臣

    日本分子生物学会年会プログラム・要旨集(Web)   Vol. 37th   2014

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  26. レドックス感受性転写補助因子であるNPR1が制御するサリチル酸依存的植物免疫機構

    多田安臣, 野元美佳, 岡和, RAJINIKANTH Mohan, 塚越啓央, 時澤睦朋, 大西優太朗, 山本義治, DONG Xinnian, SPOEL Steven

    日本遺伝学会大会プログラム・予稿集   Vol. 86th   2014

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  27. ((48) Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistance in Oat 14) : Detection of a Victorin-binding Factor in Oat Using BIAcore(Abstracts of the Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society, Fukuoka, March 28-30, 2004)

    Saito R., Kusaka K., Ryu S., Tada Y., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 70 ( 3 ) page: 203 - 203   2004.8

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  28. (47) Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistancein Oat. 13) : Victorin Is Recognized before Its Entrance into the Cytoplasm of the Sensitive Cultivar Iowa X469(Abstracts of the Papers Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society, Fukuoka, March 28-30, 2004)

    Tada Y., Kusaka K., Matsubara T., Oura Y., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 70 ( 3 ) page: 202 - 203   2004.8

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  29. 植物疾病における活性酸素発生と細胞死の病理学

    多田 安臣, 水野 雅史, 姚 楠, 眞山 滋志

    化学と生物   Vol. 41 ( 8 ) page: 542 - 548   2003.8

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  30. Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistance in Oat. : 13) Cytological Analysis of Calciumregulated Reactive Oxygen Species Generation and Cell Death

    Takahashi S., Park P., Tada Y., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 69 ( 1 ) page: 55 - 55   2003.2

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  31. (28)Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistance in Oat. 12) Purification and Characterization of 28K Nuclease Induced by Victorin in Oat

    Kusaka K., Shigemi T., Tada Y., Hata S., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 68 ( 2 ) page: 163 - 164   2002.8

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  32. Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistance in Oat. (10) Victorin-induced Susceptibility Requires Calcium Influx Elicited by the Recognition of the Toxin

    Tada Y., Betsuyaku S., Oura Y., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 67 ( 2 ) page: 122 - 122   2001.8

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  33. Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistance in Oat 7) : Induction of Apoptosis in Response to Virus, Bacteria and Fungi

    Imai S., Yao N., Tada Y., Park P., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 66 ( 2 ) page: 113 - 113   2000.8

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  34. Analysis of Apoptosis Induction Associated with Induced Resistence in Oat 6) Cell Signals for Induction of DNA Ladders and Chromatin Condensation

    Yao N., Tada Y., Park P., Nakayashiki H., Tosa Y., Mayama S.

    Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan   Vol. 66 ( 2 ) page: 113 - 113   2000.8

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Presentations 10

  1. 植物免疫が誘導する虫害抵抗性の抑制機構 Invited

    多田安臣

    九州大学農学部セミナー  2022.12.22  九州大学農学部、丸山明子博士

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    Event date: 2022.12

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

    Venue:九州大学農学部  

  2. Is Mechanosensitive Immune Response Conserved in Plants?

    MamoruMatsumura, Tomotaka Itaya, Mika Nomoto, Yasuomi Tada

    2021.11.19 

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    Event date: 2021.11

  3. WRKY Transcription Factors Integrate Environmental Stress into Salicylic Acid Biosynthesis Pathway

    2021.11.19 

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    Event date: 2021.11

  4. Phytochrome Promotes Salicylic Acid-responsive Immunity Regulated by NPR1

    Rina Honda, Munemasa Horio, Mika Nomoto, Mamoru Matsumura, Yoshito Oka, Keiko Kuwata, Tomonao Matsushita, Yasuomi Tada

    2021.11.19 

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  5. Genome-wideAnalysis of Salicylic Acid-responsiveTranscriptional Regulation Mediated by NPR1

    Chiaki Yamaguchi, Mika Nomoto, Yukiya Kitagawa, Tsuyoshi Mori, Kousuke Hanada, Youji Yamamoto, Tomonao Matsushita, Yasuomi Tada

    2021.11.19 

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  6. 植物の力学的刺激認識と葉面構造の多様性に関する解析

    松村 護, 板谷知健, 松本健郎, 多田安臣, 野元美佳

    日本植物学会第85回大会  2021.9.19 

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  7. サルチル酸合成の開始を制御する転写因子の同定とその制御機構の解析

    森 太志, 岡田 絵美, 板谷知健, 藤原すみれ, 光田 展隆, 野元 美佳, 多田 安臣

    日本植物学会第85回大会  2021.9.16 

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  8. フィトクロムが制御するNPR1依存 的なサリチル酸応答性免疫機構の解析

    本多璃奈, 堀尾宗正, 野元美佳, 岡 義人, 松下 智直, 多田 安臣

    日本植物学会第85回大会  2021.9.16 

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  9. 多様な植物における力学的刺激認識に関する解析

    松村 護, 板谷知健, 松本健郎, 多田安臣, 野元美佳

    新学術領域研究 植物の力学的最適化戦略に基づくサステナブル構造システムの基盤創成 ~植物 構造オプト~ 第3回若手の会  2021.9.21 

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  10. 力学的刺激誘導性免疫の活性化に関与するカルシウムイオンチャネルの解析

    佐藤優佳, 松村 護, 板谷知健, 飯田秀利, 豊田正嗣, 野元美佳, 多田安臣

    新学術領域研究 植物の力学的最適化戦略に基づくサステナブル構造システムの基盤創成 ~植物 構造オプト~ 第3回若手の会  2021.9.21 

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 13

  1. 植物免疫を制御するサリチル酸誘導性のNPR1転写複合体の解析

    Grant number:23H02500  2023.4 - 2026.3

    科学研究費助成事業  基盤研究(B)

    多田 安臣

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    Grant amount:\18850000 ( Direct Cost: \14500000 、 Indirect Cost:\4350000 )

    申請者らが行ったChIP-seq解析とChIP-MS解析によって、NPR1-TGAと協調的に機能する転写制御因子を明らかにする。本法によって、転写抑制因子としてTOPLESSとそのホモログを、またNPR1が脱抑制する標的転写因子としてリプレッサーWRKYを候補分子として同定しているので、これらの分子機能を調査する。さらに申請者らは、NPR1のC末端のセリン残基のリン酸化がSA応答性の転写複合体の形成あるいは活性化に重要であることを明らかにしているので、同リン酸化NPR1の動態も調査する。本研究によって、疾病防御に重要な役割を担うNPR1の転写調節機構の理解を目的とする。

  2. 不均一環境変動に対する植物のレジリエンスを支える多層的情報統御の分子機構

    Grant number:20H05905  2020.11 - 2025.3

    科学研究費補助金  学術変革領域研究(A)

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    Grant amount:\523770000 ( Direct Cost: \402900000 、 Indirect Cost:\120870000 )

  3. 植物の不均一環境変動へのレジリエンスを支える転写開始点制御機構

    Grant number:20H05906  2020.11 - 2025.3

    科学研究費補助金  学術変革領域研究(A)

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    Grant amount:\144950000 ( Direct Cost: \111500000 、 Indirect Cost:\33450000 )

  4. 植物免疫ホルモンであるサリチル酸の生合成を制御する情報伝達経路の解明

    Grant number:20H03274  2020.4 - 2023.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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    Grant amount:\17680000 ( Direct Cost: \13600000 、 Indirect Cost:\4080000 )

  5. 環境刺激による気孔開度制御機構の解析 International coauthorship

    Grant number:15H05956  2015.6 - 2020.3

    科学研究費補助金  新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)

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  6. 植物の成長可塑性を支える環境認識と記憶の自律分散型統御システム International coauthorship

    Grant number:15H05955  2015.6 - 2020.3

    科学研究費補助金  新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)

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  7. High-performance identification of transcription factors involved in environmental responses

    Grant number:15K14543  2015.4 - 2017.3

    Tada Yasuomi

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    Grant amount:\3120000 ( Direct Cost: \2400000 、 Indirect Cost:\720000 )

    We performed transcriptome analysis on environmental responses in Arabidopsis and identified candidate genes that could be involved in SA biosynthetic pathway and/or SA response. Using the promoter sequences of upregulated genes, a statistically enriched cis-regulatory element has been detected. We successfully identified a transcription factor, LST1, that binds to the element.

  8. 新奇無細胞タンパク質合成系を用いたサリチル酸受容体の構造解析

    Grant number:25660037  2013.4 - 2015.3

    科学研究費補助金 

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  9. 細胞内レドックス変化に対する植物応答機構の解明

    Grant number:25120718  2013.4 - 2015.3

    科学研究費補助金  新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)

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  10. 宿主特異的毒素ビクトリンのレセプタータンパク質の単離と機能解析

    Grant number:23380026  2011.4 - 2014.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

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  11. 細胞内レドックス変化に対する植物応答機構の解明

    Grant number:23120520  2011.4 - 2013.3

    科学研究費補助金  新学術領域研究(研究領域提案型)

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  12. tRNA介在領域の分解能欠損による植物ミトコンドリア病発生機構 International coauthorship

    Grant number:21228001  2009.5 - 2014.3

    科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(S)

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  13. 全身獲得抵抗性反応におけるサリチル酸シグナル伝達機構の解析

    Grant number:21880033  2009.4 - 2010.3

    科学研究費補助金 

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 1

  1. 生物学基礎II

    2022

 

Social Contribution 3

  1. 令和4年度スーパーサイエンス名古屋大学特別研究実施

    Role(s):Lecturer, Advisor, Organizing member, Demonstrator

    名古屋大学遺伝子実験施設  2022.8

  2. 第20回Jr.サイエンス教室

    Role(s):Appearance, Lecturer, Advisor

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  1. 植物は雨に打たれると免疫を活性化する Newspaper, magazine

    誠文堂新光社  子供の科学  2022.6

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  2. 植物は雨が降ると免疫活性化 Newspaper, magazine

    科学新聞  2022.3

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  3. 【注目プレスリリース】植物は雨に打たれると免疫を活性化する Internet

    日本の研究.com  2022.3

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  4. 疾病と虫害の防除に期待 植物の免疫系が自身の虫害抵抗性を抑制する仕組みを解明 Newspaper, magazine

    農業協同組合新聞  2021.12

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