Institute for Frontier Life and Medical Sciences, Kyoto University

Achievements

Sep 19, 2018 Human Sox4 facilitates the development of CXCL13-producing helper T cells in inflammatory environments

The study of Associate Prof. Yoshitomi's group appears in "Nature Communications ".

May 9, 2018 A somatic role for the histone methyltransferase Setdb1 in endogenous retrovirus silencing

The collaborative study of Assistant Prof. Takemoto appears in "Nature Communications".

Apr 27, 2018 Pulmonary Regnase-1 orchestrates the interplay of epithelium and adaptive immune systems to protect against pneumonia

The study of Prof. Takeuchi's group appears in "Mucosal Immunology".

Feb 12, 2018 Sporadic on/off switching of HTLV-1 Tax expression is crucial to maintain the whole population of virus-induced leukemic cells

The study of Lecturer. Yasunaga's group appears in "Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA".

Feb 7, 2018 Glucocorticoids drive diurnal oscillations in T cell distribution and responses by inducing interleukin-7 receptor and CXCR4

The study of Prof. Ikuta's group appears in “Immunity“.

May 24, 2017 Regnase-1 maintains iron homeostasis via the degradation of transferrin receptor 1 and prolyl hydroxylase domain-containing protein 3 mRNAs

The study of Prof. Takeuchi's group appears in "Cell Reports ".

May 18, 2017 Optogenetic perturbation and bioluminescence imaging to analyze cell-to-cell transfer of oscillatory information

The study of Sakigake Researcher Isomura's group appears in "Genes & Development ".

May 5, 2017 A conflict of interest: the evolutionary arms race between mammalian APOBEC3 and lentiviral Vif

The study of Prof. Koyanagi and Associated Prof. Sato's group appears in "Retrovirology".

May 5, 2017 HIV-1 competition experiments in humanized mice show that APOBEC3H imposes selective pressure and promotes virus adaptation

The study of Prof. Koyanagi's group appears in "PLoS Pathogens".

Mar 22, 2017 Feline immunodeficiency virus evolutionarily acquires two proteins, Vif and protease, capable of antagonizing feline APOBEC3

The study of Prof. Koyanagi's group appears in "J Virology".