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Ozato, Kenjiro
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Address: Laboratory of Freshwater Fish Stocks Bioscience Center, Nagoya University Chikusa Nagoya, 464-01 Japan
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Phone: 81-52-789-4294
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BIOGRAPHY AND RESEARCH INTERESTS


PUBLICATIONS
Lynn Lamoreux, M., Kelsh, R.N., Wakamatsu, Y., and Ozato, K. (2005) Pigment pattern formation in the medaka embryo. Pigment cell research. 18(2):64-73
Kelsh, R.N., Inoue, C., Momoi, A., Kondoh, H., Furutani-Seiki, M., Ozato, K., and Wakamatsu, Y. (2004) The Tomita collection of medaka pigmentation mutants as a resource for understanding neural crest cell development. Mechanisms of Development. 121(7-8):841-859
Ohtsuka, M., Kikuchi, N., Ozato, K., Inoko, H., and Kimura, M. (2004) Comparative analysis of a 229-kb medaka genomic region, containing the zic1 and zic4 genes, with Fugu, human, and mouse. Genomics. 83(6):1063-1071
Minucci, S., Leid, M., Toyama, R., Saint-Jeannet, J.P., Peterson, V.J., Horn, V., Ishmael, J.E., Bhattacharyya, N., Dey, A., Dawid, I.B., and Ozato, K. (1997) Retinoid X receptor (RXR) within the RXR-retinoic acid receptor heterodimer binds its ligand and enhances retinoid-dependent gene expression. Molecular and cellular biology. 17(2):644-655
Minucci, S., Saint-Jeannet, J.P., Toyama, R., Scita, G., DeLuca, L.M., Taira, M., Levin, A.A., Ozato, K., and Dawid, I.B. (1996) Retinoid X receptor-selective ligands produce malformations in Xenopus embryos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93:1803-1807

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