Hitoshi Sakano

Affiliations: 
University of Tokyo, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
Area:
Olfaction
Website:
http://www.adm.u-tokyo.ac.jp/IRS/IntroPage_E/intro69429384_e.html
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Inoue N, Nishizumi H, Ooyama R, et al. (2021) The olfactory critical period is determined by activity-dependent Sema7A/PlxnC1 signaling within glomeruli. Elife. 10
Mori K, Sakano H. (2020) Olfactory Circuitry and Behavioral Decisions. Annual Review of Physiology
Sakano H. (2020) Developmental regulation of olfactory circuit formation in mice. Development, Growth & Differentiation
Nishizumi H, Miyashita A, Inoue N, et al. (2019) Primary dendrites of mitral cells synapse unto neighboring glomeruli independent of their odorant receptor identity. Communications Biology. 2: 14
Nishizumi H, Sakano H. (2019) Agonist-independent GPCR activity and receptor-instructed axonal projection in the mouse olfactory system. Future Medicinal Chemistry. 11: 3091-3096
Sakano H. (2019) In memory of Professor Goro Eguchi. Development, Growth & Differentiation. 61: 355-356
Inoue N, Nishizumi H, Naritsuka H, et al. (2019) Author Correction: Sema7A/PlxnCl signaling triggers activity-dependent olfactory synapse formation. Nature Communications. 10: 3036
Nishizumi H, Miyashita A, Inoue N, et al. (2019) Primary dendrites of mitral cells synapse unto neighboring glomeruli independent of their odorant receptor identity. Communications Biology. 2: 14
Inoue N, Nishizumi H, Naritsuka H, et al. (2018) Sema7A/PlxnCl signaling triggers activity-dependent olfactory synapse formation. Nature Communications. 9: 1842
Inokuchi K, Imamura F, Takeuchi H, et al. (2017) Nrp2 is sufficient to instruct circuit formation of mitral-cells to mediate odour-induced attractive social responses. Nature Communications. 8: 15977
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