Masaki Hayashi

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University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
bateriophage
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http://hdl.handle.net/2142/58635

Mean distance: 13.49 (cluster 6)
 
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Parents

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Sol Spiegelman grad student 1962 UIUC (Chemistry Tree)
 (The mechanism for transcribing genetic information for protein synthesis)

Children

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Susumu Tonegawa grad student 1968 UCSD
Elwood Linney grad student 1969-1973 UCSD
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Hayashi MN, Yaghmai R, McConnell M, et al. (1989) mRNA stabilizing signals encoded in the genome of the bacteriophage φ{symbol}x174 Mgg Molecular & General Genetics. 216: 364-371
Hayashi MN, Hayashi M. (1985) Cloned DNA sequences that determine mRNA stability of bacteriophage f{cyrillic}X174 in vivo are functional Nucleic Acids Research. 13: 5937-5948
Bryan RN, Cutter GA, Hayashi M. (1978) Separate mRNAs code for tubulin subunits Nature. 272: 81-83
Linney E, Hayashi M. (1974) Intragenic regulation of the synthesis of phi chi 174 gene A proteins. Nature. 249: 345-8
Linney E, Hayashi M. (1973) Two proteins of gene A of psiX174. Nature: New Biology. 245: 6-8
Linney EA, Hayashi MN, Hayashi M. (1972) Gene A of X174. 1. Isolation and identification of its products. Virology. 50: 381-7
Gelfand DH, Hayashi M. (1970) DNA-dependent RNA-directed protein synthesis in vitro. IV. Peptide analysis of an in vitro and in vivo phi X174 structural protein Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 67: 13-17
Linney EA, Hayashi M. (1970) In vitro synthesis of phi-X-174 single-stranded DNA. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 41: 669-74
Tonegawa S, Hayashi M. (1970) Intermediates in the assembly of phi X174. Journal of Molecular Biology. 48: 219-42
Gelfand DH, Hayashi M. (1969) DNA-dependent RNA-directed protein synthesis in vitro, II. Synthesis of a phi-X-174 coat protein component Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 63: 135-137
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