Masatoshi Takeichi

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Biophysics RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology, Kōbe-shi, Hyōgo-ken, Japan 
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Mitsuhata Y, Abe T, Misaki K, et al. (2021) Cyst formation in proximal renal tubules caused by dysfunction of the microtubule minus-end regulator CAMSAP3. Scientific Reports. 11: 5857
Kimura T, Saito H, Kawasaki M, et al. (2021) CAMSAP3 is required for mTORC1-dependent ependymal cell growth and lateral ventricle shaping in mouse brains. Development (Cambridge, England). 148
Ozawa M, Hiver S, Yamamoto T, et al. (2020) Adherens junction regulates cryptic lamellipodia formation for epithelial cell migration. The Journal of Cell Biology. 219
Pongrakhananon V, Wattanathamsan O, Takeichi M, et al. (2018) Loss of CAMSAP3 promotes EMT via the modification of microtubule-Akt machinery. Journal of Cell Science
Takeichi M. (2018) Multiple functions of α-catenin beyond cell adhesion regulation. Current Opinion in Cell Biology. 54: 24-29
Pongrakhananon V, Wattanathamsan O, Takeichi M. (2018) Abstract 2014: CAMSAP3, a tubulin minus-end binding protein, attenuates epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition and alters microtubule dynamic in non-small cell lung cancer Cancer Research. 78: 2014-2014
Takeichi M. (2017) Historical review of the discovery of cadherin, in memory of Tokindo Okada. Development, Growth & Differentiation
Ito S, Okuda S, Abe M, et al. (2017) Induced cortical tension restores functional junctions in adhesion-defective carcinoma cells. Nature Communications. 8: 1834
Vassilev V, Platek A, Hiver S, et al. (2017) Catenins Steer Cell Migration via Stabilization of Front-Rear Polarity. Developmental Cell
Hayashi S, Inoue Y, Hattori S, et al. (2017) Loss of X-linked Protocadherin-19 differentially affects the behavior of heterozygous female and hemizygous male mice. Scientific Reports. 7: 5801
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