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Publications by Kota Mizumoto

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  1. Chen X, Shibata AC, Hendi A, Kurashina M, Fortes E, Weilinger NL, MacVicar BA, Murakoshi H, Mizumoto K. 2018. Rap2 and TNIK control Plexin-dependent tiled synaptic innervation in C. elegans. eLIFE e38801 Link »
  2. Sugioka K, Fielmich LE, Mizumoto K, Bowerman B, van den Heuvel S, Kimura A, Sawa H.. 2018. Tumor suppressor APC is an attenuator of spindle-pulling forces during C. elegans asymmetric cell division. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 30;115(5):E954-E963. Link »
  3. Kratsios P., Kerk SY., Catela C., Liang J., Vidal B., Bayer EA., Feng W., De La Cruz ED., Croci L., Consalez GG., Mizumoto K., Hobert O. 2017. An intersectional gene regulatory strategy defines subclass diversity of C. elegans motor neurons. eLife 6:e25751 Link »
  4. Miyazaki Y, Mizumoto K, Dey G, Kudo T, Perrino J, Chen LC, Meyer T, Wandless TJ.. 2016. A method to rapidly create protein aggregates in living cells. Nat Commun 7:11689 Link »
  5. Mizumoto K., Shen K. 2013. Two Wnts instruct topographic synaptic innervation in C. elegans. Cell Reports 5(2):389-396 Link »
  6. Mizumoto K., Shen K. 2013. Interaxonal interaction defines tiled presynaptic innervation in C. elegans. Neuron 77(4):655-666 Link »
  7. Sugioka K., Mizumoto K., Sawa H. 2011. Wnt regulates spindle asymmetry to generate asymmetric nuclear β-catenin in C. elegans. Cell. 146(6):942-954 Link »
  8. Yang XD., Huang S., Lo MC., Mizumoto K., Sawa H., Xu W., Robertson S., Lin R. 2011. Distinct and mutually inhibitory binding by two divergent β-catenins coordinates TCF levels and activity in C. elegans. Development 138(19):4255-4265 Link »
  9. Mizumoto K, Sawa H. 2007. Cortical beta-catenin and APC regulate asymmetric nuclear beta-catenin localization during asymmetric cell division in C. elegans. Dev Cell 12(2):287-299 Link »
  10. Mizumoto K., Sawa H. 2007. Two betas or not two betas: regulation of asymmetric division by beta-catenin. Trends Cell Biol 17(10):465-73 Link »
  11. Goldstein B, Takeshita H, Mizumoto K, Sawa H. 2006. Wnt Signals Can Function as Positional Cues in Establishing Cell Polarity. Developmental Cell 10(3): 391–396 Link »