Elucidating membrane remodeling mechanisms by Dynamin and BAR domain proteins and pathogenesis of diseases caused by defects of these proteins using multidisciplinary approaches including biochemistry, cell biology, biophysics and various imaging techniques. 

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TAKEDA Tetsuya

Affiliation

Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Title

Assistant Professor

Sex

male

Research areas, keyword

Cell Biology

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    Object:Elucidating membrane remodeling mechanisms by Dynamin and BAR domain proteins and pathogenesis of diseases caused by defects of these proteins using multidisciplinary approaches including biochemistry, cell biology, biophysics and various imaging techniques.

 
 

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  • Subject:Dynamin2 GTPase contributes to invadopodia formation in invasive bladder cancer cells

    Language:English

    Kind of Publishing:Academic Journal

    Journal name:Biochem Biophys Res Commun , vol.480 (3) (p.409 - 414)

    Publish date:2016.11

    Co-writerThe multiple authorship

  • Subject:Actin bundling by dynamin 2 and cortactin is implicated in cell migration by stabilizing filopodia in human non-small cell lung carcinoma cells

    Language:English

    Kind of Publishing:Academic Journal

    Journal name:International Journal of Oncology, International journal of oncology , vol.49 (3) (p.877 - 886)

    Publish date:2016.09

    Author:Hiroshi Yamada*,Tetsuya Takeda*,Hiroyuki Michiue*,Tadashi Abe,Kohji Takei*

    Co-writerThe multiple authorship

    DOI:10.3892/ijo.2016.3592

  • Subject:Expression of a dynamin 2 mutant associated with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease leads to aberrant actin dynamics and lamellipodia formation

    Language:English

    Kind of Publishing:Academic Journal

    Journal name:Neurosci Lett.

    Publish date:2016.08

    Co-writerThe multiple authorship

  • Subject:Possible role of cortactin phosphorylation by protein kinase Cα in actin-bundle formation at growth cone

    Language:English

    Kind of Publishing:Academic Journal

    Journal name:Biology of the Cell

    Publish date:2015.06

    Co-writerThe multiple authorship

  • Subject:Drosophila F-BAR protein Syndapin contributes to coupling the plasma membrane and contractile ring in Cytokinesis

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    Kind of Publishing:

    Journal name:Open Biology

    Publish date:2013.08

    Co-writerThe simple work

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