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Yuichi Tsukada Last modified date:2021.08.29

Professor / Division of Medical Molecular Cell Biology, Graduate School of Systems Life Sciences / Advanced Biological Information Research Division / Inamori Frontier Research Center


Presentations
1. Yuichi Tsukada, Toward understanding the molecular basis of totipotent cells, Kyocera professors meeting, 2019.08.
2. Yuichi Tsukada, Toward Understanding the Molecular Basis of Totipotency in Mammals, West Lake Symposium on Epigenetics, 2018.04.
3. M. Maemura, Y. Nakajima, Y. Ohkawa, Y. Tsukada, Developmental potential of single blastomere derived from pre-implantation embryo in mouse, Consortium of Biological Science 2017, 2017.12.
4. Y. Nakajima, M. Gotoh, Y. Tsukada, Developmental potential of single mouse blastomere, World Congress of Reproductive Biology 2017, 2017.09.
5. Yuichi Tsukada, The role of zygotic 5mC oxidation in mouse development, International Symposium on Epigenome Dynamics and Regulation in Germ Cells, 2016.02.
6. Yuichi Tsukada, Chemical modifications of chromatin, 9th International Symposium on Nanomedicine, 2015.12.
7. 束田 裕一, Regulation of Major Satellite Transcripts in Mouse Zygotes, The 1st International Symposium of Chemistry and Biology of RNA Interference, 2014.11.
8. 束田 裕一, Epigenetic Mechanisms of Gene Regulation, Kyocera Professor Meeting, 2014.09.
9. 束田 裕一, Regulation Mechanism of DNA Oxidation in Mammalian Zygotes, 8th Annual Conference of Asia Epigenome Alliance and 2nd Taipei Epigenetics and Chromatin Meeting, 2013.11.
10. Yuichi Tsukada, A unique regulatory phase of chromatin modification in the early mammalian embryo, The Fukuoka International Symposium on Genomics & Epigenomics, 2013.09.
11. 束田 裕一, Regulation of chromatin demethylation, The 8th International Symposium of the Institute Network, 2013.06.
12. KDM7 is a dual demethylase for histone H3 lysines 9 and 27 and functions in
brain development.
13. Histone demethylation and ubiquitination by JHDM1.