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転移因子mariner-like element(MLE)の水平伝播機構とゲノム進化に及ぼす影響に関する研究
キーワード:カイコ、クワコ、レトロトランスポゾンR1, R2
新しい放射線教育プログラムの開発 - 学生教育を通した国民理解を目指して-
2015.08~2020.03, 代表者:中島裕美子, 九州大学 アイソトープ統合安全管理センター.
微小な昆虫体内での放射性同位元素(RI) の動態観察をリアルタイムでイメージング、
1. 伊藤茂樹、稲田晋宜、浦田秀子、小野孝二、小野俊朗、佐々木智成、佐々木雅之、佐瀬卓也、新川智子、中島覚、中島裕美子、花房直志、桧垣正吾、福士正宏、藤淵俊王、松嶋亮人、松田尚樹、藪内英剛、横山須美、吉田浩二, 医療関係者のための放射線安全利用マニュアル 放射線安全管理のプロが語る60章, 担当:ii章 医療関係者のための放射線の基礎知識(4, 10-14), アドスリー(監修:大学等放射線施設協議会), 2019.09.
2. 太田英利, 高橋亮雄, 傳田哲郎, 横田昌嗣, 今井秀行, 立原一憲, 竹村明洋, 小林靖尚, 三浦さおり, 中村將 , 中島裕美子, 須田彰一郎, 熊澤敎眞, 中村崇, 山崎征太郎, 神木隆行, 山崎秀雄, 日高道雄, 磯村尚子, 広瀬裕一, 徳田岳, 伊藤竜一, Hossain K. Khurshida, 竹村明洋, 池田譲, 田中淳一, 渡久山章, 湧田裕子, 翁長健, 新里孝和, 伊敷牧, 萩原秋男, 伊澤雅子, 渡辺伸一, 酒井一彦, 中野義勝, 土屋誠, Sompop Rungsupa, 大森保, 藤村弘行, 土屋誠, Prosper L. Mfilinge, 上原剛, 青木久, 前門晃, 山田明徳, 山本啓之, 藤田陽子, 大城肇, 琉球大学21世紀COEプログラム  「美ら島の自然史-サンゴ礁島嶼系の生物多様性」, 担当:第7章 転移性配列を利用した亜熱帯域生物の集団遺伝学的解析
―生き物の間を渡り歩くDNA が語るもの― 中島裕美子
, 東海大学出版会, 第7章 転移性配列を利用した亜熱帯域生物の集団遺伝学的解析 ―生き物の間を渡り歩くDNA が語るもの―, 2006.07.
1. Kazunori Matsuo, Yoshimi Hirose, Takeshi Yokoyama, Yumiko Nakajima, Yu-Feng Hsu, Yutaka Banno, Discovery of a New Species of Telenomus (Hymenoptera:Scelionidae) Parasitic on Eggs of Bombyx mandarina and Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) in Japan and Taiwan
, Journal of Insect Science, 10.1093/jisesa/iey072 Research, 18, 4:10, 1-7, 2018.08, We reared a Telenomus species from eggs of Bombyx mandarina (Moore) (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) and Bombyx mori (Linnaeus) (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) in Japan, and from eggs of B. mandarina in Taiwan. Morphological examination revealed that this Telenomus species is new to science. In this article, we describe it as Telenomus moricolus Matsuo et Hirose, sp. nov. Because B. mandarina is considered to be an
ancestor of B. mori, a domestic insect, it is reasonable to assume that B. mandarina is an original host of T. moricolus. This is the second discovery of an egg parasitoid attacking wild and domesticated silkworms, following the first discovery of T. theophilae, a Chinese species. The significance of the discovery of T. moricolus is discussed in relation to examining the effects of host-insect domestication on egg parasitism..
2. Shigeki Nakagome, Yumiko Nakajima, Shuhei Mano, Biogeography revealed by mariner-like transposable element sequences via a bayesian coalescent approach, Journal of Molecular Evolution, 10.1007/s00239-013-9581-0, 77, 3, 64-69, 2013.09, [URL], Genetic diversity of natural populations is useful in biogeographical studies. Here, we apply a Bayesian method based on the coalescent model to dating biogeographical events by using published DNA sequences of wild silkworms, Bombyx mandarina, and the domesticated model organisms B. mori, both of which categorized into the order of Lepidoptera, sampled from China, Korea, and Japan. The sequences consist of the BmTNML locus and the flanking intergenic regions. The BmTNML locus is composed of cecropia-type mariner-like element (MLE) with inverted terminal repeats, and three different transposable elements (TE), including L1BM, BMC1 retrotransposons, and BmamaT1, are inserted into the MLE. Based on the genealogy defined by TE insertions/deletions (indels), we estimated times to the most recent common ancestor and these indels events using the flanking, MLE, and indels sequences, respectively. These estimates by using MLE sequences strongly correlated with those by using flanking sequences, implying that cecropia-type MLEs can be used as a molecular clock. MLEs are thought to have transmitted horizontally among different species. By using a pair of published cecropia-type MLE sequences from lepidopteran insect, an emperor moth, and a coral in Ryukyu Islands, we demonstrated dating of horizontal transmission between species which are distantly related but inhabiting geographically close region..
3. Masako Yokoo, Ryosuke Fujita, Yumiko Nakajima, Mamoru Yoshimizu, Hisae Kasai, Shin-ichiro Asano, Hisanori Bando, Mos1 transposon-based transformation of fish cell lines using baculoviral vectors, Biochemical and biophysical research communications, 10.1016/j.bbrc.2013.08.037, 439, 11, 18-22, 2013.09, Drosophila Mos1 belongs to the mariner family of transposons, which are one of the most ubiquitous transposons among eukaryotes. We first determined nuclear transportation of the Drosophila Mos1-EGFP fusion protein in fish cell lines because it is required for a function of transposons. We next constructed recombinant baculoviral vectors harboring the Drosophila Mos1 transposon or marker genes located between Mos1 inverted repeats. The infectivity of the recombinant virus to fish cells was assessed by monitoring the expression of a fluorescent protein encoded in the viral genome. We detected transgene expression in CHSE-214, HINAE, and EPC cells, but not in GF or RTG-2 cells. In the co-infection assay of the Mos1-expressing virus and reporter gene-expressing virus, we successfully transformed CHSE-214 and HINAE cells. These results suggest that the combination of a baculovirus and Mos1 transposable element may be a tool for transgenesis in fish cells..
4. 奥間政一郎, 川西祐一, 佐々木健志, 日高道雄, 前川秀彰, 中島 裕美子, 亜熱帯に生息する昆虫・クモ類に見出される転移因子マリナー様配列の水平伝播機構の解析 , Entomotech, 34, 31-35, 2010.02.
5. 鎌内 悠, 川西祐一, 矢後勝也, 小田切顕一, 上田恭一郎, 伴野 豊, 前川 秀彰, Yu-Feng Hsu, 黄勇平, 日高道雄, 中島 裕美子, 台湾産クワコからのマリナー様転移因子の単離とその系統解析, Entomotech, 33, 31-35, 2009.02.
6. Yuichi Kawanishi, Reiko Takaishi, Miki Morimoto, Yutaka Banno, Si Kab Nho, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, A novel maT-type transposable element, BmamaT1, in Bombyx mandarina, homologous to the B. mori mariner-like element Bmmar6, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 77, 1, 45-52, 2008.02, A complex type marner-like element (MLE) was isolated by PCR with genomic DNA of Bombyx mandarina. The clones of this MLE, homologous to the 'Cecropia-ITR-MLE' in BmTNML locus that we have isolated previously from B. mori, were roughly classified into four groups according to the state of inserted elements: (1) Containing a retrotransposon (L1Bm) and another element, (2) containing L1Bm, alone, (3) containing another element alone and (4) without insertions. This inserted element was named BmamaT1, as it was homologous to the B. mori MLE called Bmmar6, which was previously reported to be similar to a maT-family member, Bmmar1. Many of the current Cecropia-ITR-MLE clones had, as the BmamaT1 insertion site, the sequence of TA/TATA, which may be a transposition target site. Moreover, the BmamaT1 elements that inserted into the Cecropia-ITR-MLE region were highly homogeneous, making one group when a phylogenetic tree was made together with BmamaT1 members isolated directly from the B. mandarina genome. Many of the inserted type BmamaT1 elements had complete ORF which: possessed the so-called DDD catalytic triad. All these findings were taken to indicate that a large fraction of the BmamaT1 elements are still highly active..
7. Yuichi Kawanishi, Yutaka Banno, Hirofumi Fujimoto, Si Kab Nho, Zhenli Tu, Kazuei Mita, Kozo Tsuchida, Naoko Takada, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, Method for rapid distinction of Bombyx mandarina (Japan) from B. mandarina (China) based on rDNA sequence differences, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 77, 2, 79-85, 2008.06, The EcoRI site is located between the 5.8S and 28S rRNA genes in Bombyx mandarina (Japan) (Japanese type rDNA) but is absent in the rDNA of B. mandarina (China)(B. mori type rDNA) including the domesticated B. mori. Digestion of PCR products amplified by primers of both flanking sides of this EcoRI site with EcoRI should only be successful for amplification products of B. mandarina (Japan) containing Japanese type rDNA. The distribution of Japanese type rDNA in Japan, Korea, and China was determined using this rapid detection method. Japanese type was not detected in China or in Korea despite having 27 chromosomes. These findings suggest that the choromosome fusion and the rDNA type separation were independent evolutionary events. Invasion of B. mori chromosome #11 into Japanese B. mandarina (Japan) was examined..
8. 川西祐一, 伴野 豊, 藤本浩文, 中島 裕美子, 前川秀彰, カイコとクワコの進化的繋がり=転移因子研究との関わりを含めて

, Entomotech
, 32, 79-86, 2008.02.
9. Naoko Takada, Emiko Yamauchi, Hirofumi Fujimoto, Yutaka Banno, Kozo Tsuchida, Kazuo Hashido, Yumiko Nakajima, Zhenli Tu, Masateru Takahashi, Hiroshi Fujii, Hajime Fugo, Hideaki Maekawa, A novel indicator for radiation sensitivity using the wing size reduction of Bombyx mori pupae caused by γ-ray irradiation, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 75, 3, 161-165, 2006.10, The wings of Bombyx mori are known to become smaller when irradiated with γ-rays at the larval stage. This was considered to be a non-stochastic effect wherein the wing-size reduction curve, plotted vs. the irradiation dose, shows a threshold. Here we propose a new indicator for radiation sensitivity, named the wingless dose 50 (WLD50), which was obtained from the inflection point of wing-size data normalized by the body-size changes and plotted against the irradiation dose. This indicator was confirmed to serve as a tool to compare irradiation sensitivity among B. mori strains..
10. Yuichi Kawanishi, Reiko Takaishi, Yutaka Banno, Hirofumi Fujimoto, Si Kab Nho, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, Sequence comparison of mariner-like elements among the populations of Bombyx mandarina inhabiting China, Korea and Japan, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 76, 2, 79-87, 2007.06, Mariner-like elements (MLEs) were isolated from Chinese, Korean and Japanese individuals of Bombyx mandarina by the long PCR methods using the inverted terminal repeat of the Hyalophora cecropia MLE as a primer. The amplified clones of about 1.3 kbp in size were regarded to be full-length MLEs and termed Cecropia-ITR-MLEs. The sequences of the elements were determined, trimmed to eliminate any insertions and used to construct a phylogenetic tree. As a result, the Cecropia-ITR-MLE sequences of B. mandarina could be divided into major groups here called the Continental type and the Japanese type. Chinese and Korean specimens mostly belonged to the former group, which is very diverse and may well consist of subgroups. A majority of Honshu (the main island of Japan) specimens belonged to the latter, which is a much more closely related group of sequences. Interestingly, Tsushima (south of Korea) and Hokkaido (close to Russia) specimens mainly fell into the former type, whereas Fukuoka (south of Tsushima) individuals included both..
11. Yumiko Nakajima, Takashi Nakamura, Yutaka Banno, Hirofumi Fujimoro, Kazuo Hashido, Teiichiro Shino, Kozo Tsuchida, Naoko Takada, Hideaki Maekawa, Comparison of mariner-like elements among Bombyx mandarina individuals inhabiting East Asia in the light of the segregation of B. mori and B. mandarina genomes, International Journal of Wild Silkmoth & Silk, 8, 57 -64, 2003.01.
12. Yumiko Nakajima, Hirofumi Fujimoto, Tsutomu Negishi, Kazuo Hashido, Teiichiro Shiino, Kozo Tsuchida, Michio Hidaka, Naoko Takada, Hideaki Maekawa, Possible horizontal transfer of mariner-like sequences into some invertebrates including lepidopteran insects, a grasshopper and a coral, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 71, 3, 109-121, 2002.10, Marine-like elements (MLEs) were amplified by PCR against genomic DNAs from several Japanese lepidopteran species, using the inverted terminal repeats (IR) of the Hyalophora cecropia MLE as a primer. Clones thus obtained were of a size of about 1.3 kb, and expected to contain the full-length MLE. A 1.3-kb band was also amplified against genomic DNA from the grasshopper, Traulia ornata, and from a coral allocated to the Fungia family. All of the 1.3-kb bands were cloned and analyzed for nucleotide sequence. Multi-alignment analyses of the results indicated that the clones were highly similar to each other and classified into the cecropia subfamily of MLEs. The coral MLE was found to have a complete ORF coding for transposase, a situation similar to that previously found in the Emperor moth, Attacus atlas, from the Ryukyu island. These findings, together with the fact that all of the insects and coral species that exhibited a positive signal for the full-length MLE were collected in relatively close regions around Japan, indicated that the horizontal transfer of MLEs had taken place even among phylogenetically remote organisms..
13. K. Funatsuki, K. Hashido, M. Matsunami, Y. Kameoka, K. Iwabuchi, H. Tsukeda, K. Tsuchida, N. Takada, Yumiko Nakajima, H. Maekawa, Rapid identification of Bombyx mori cells using PCR amplification following a direct procedure for genomic DNA preparation, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 70, 2, 129-136, 2001.02, In cultured cells, karyotypes and genomic dose are variable, especially in ones passaged for a long time. We have improved a method for the genome confirmation of cultured cells of the silkworm, Bombyx mori. A rapid, simple procedure was developed for direct extraction of genomic DNA from cultured cells which has two main steps of proteinase K treatment and heating, without phenol extraction. Genomic characterization is based on PCR amplification of three known genes which vary in copy number and chromosome location. The retrotransposon, BMC1, is dispersed in the genome; rDNA is clustered in one locus; and the fibroin gene is single copy. These genes were sufficient to identify cells as Bombyx mori for comparing among the other species. It was shown that this method could also be used for genotyping and strain identification using larval hemolymph samples..
14. Yumiko Nakajima, Kazuo Hashido, Kozo Tsuchida, Naoko Takada, Teiichiro Shiino, Hideaki Maekawa, A novel tripartite structure comprising a mariner-like element and two additional retrotransposons found in the Bombyx mori genome, Journal of Molecular Evolution, 10.1007/PL00006500, 48, 5, 577-585, 1999.05, [URL], A clone of a DNA-mediated mobile element (transposon) corresponding to a mariner-like element (MLE) was obtained by carrying out the polymerase chain reaction with genomic DNA of Bombyx mori using a Hyalophora cecropia MLE sequence as a primer. This clone had a size of about 4.2 kb and, after sequencing, was found to contain an RNA-mediated, shorter retrotransposon named L1Bm, which was in turn integrated with a much longer retrotransposon named BMC1. Thus, the mobile elements made a novel tripartite structure. The BMC1 and L1Bm moieties of the composite structure each contained a 63-bp conserved sequence which was subsequently found to be highly conserved in all BMC1 and L1Bm elements registered so far. We propose that the 63-bp stretch may be a recognition site for a retrotransposition mechanism conducted by a reverse transcriptase and an endonuclease complex. On the basis of this inference, we propose a model that predicts how different types of BMC1 and L1Bm elements are dispersed in the genome. In addition, a phylogenetic tree made from the current and extant BMC1 and L1Bm sequences indicated that these elements can be classified into Subfamilies I and II..
15. Yumiko Nakajima, Masaru Nagamine, Kazuo Hashido, Kozo Tsuchida, Teiichiro Shiino, Toshihiko Hayashi, Hldeaki Maekawa, Isolation of a mariner-like sequence containing a complete open reading frame for transposase from Attacus atlas and its phylogenetic relationships within the Ditrysia of Lepidoptera, Journal of Insect Biotechnology and Sericology, 10.11416/kontyushigen1930.67.271, 67, 4, 271-278, 1998.07, [URL], A complete open reading frame (ORF) encoding a transposase was found in the mariner-like element of the Emperor moth (Yonaguni-san), Attacus atlas. The transposase sequence was isolated by PCR amplification using primers derived from the inverted terminal repeat of Hyalophora cecropia. Within the ORF of the transposase sequence, two consensus sequences and a D, D (34) D motif were found. The sequence of A. atlas was homologous to mariner-like elements from Bombyx mori, H. cecropia, Manduca sexta, Sitotroga cerealella and Ephestia cautella. These results suggested that the mariner-like elements and the inverted terminal repeat may be conserved among Bombycoidea and related species of Ditrysia. Bmmarl, previously reported to be an element from B. mori, showed very low homology compared to sequences from Lepidoptera and other insect groups..
16. Tsuyoshi Asato, Yumiko Nakajima, Masaru Nagamine, Yasutsugu Nakashima, Hiroshi Takei, Toshiyuki Maehama, Takenobu Yamashiro, Masahiro Higashi, Michio Nakayama, Koji Kanazawa, Correlation between the Progression of Cervical Dysplasia and the Prevalence of Human papillomavirus, The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 10.1093/infdis/169.4.940, 169, 4, 940 -941, 1994.04,

主要総説, 論評, 解説, 書評, 報告書等
1. 中島 裕美子, 川西 祐一, 前川 秀彰, カイコはどこから来たのか?, 化学と生物“今日の話題”, 日本農芸化学会 学会出版センター , 48(2): 85-87. , 2010.02.
2. 中島 裕美子, 水平伝播型転移因子mariner-like-element (MLE) 研究への新たな観点, 蚕糸・昆虫バイオテック , 76(2):141-142, 2007.01.
3. 中島 裕美子, 佐藤 良也, 水平伝播を含む活性型転移因子からみた生物ゲノムの多様性, 文部科学教育通信,77, 58-59. , 2002.10.
1. 中島裕美子, 安富祖仁, 佐藤直紀, 平田悠真, 藤淵俊王, 玉城史朗, 野邉由紀子, 大野みずき, 山里眞, 續輝久 , 日本人学生の、放射線に対する意識の変遷(13年間のアンケート回答の統計解析から)
, 日本放射線安全管理学会第17回学術大会, 2018.12.
2. 中島 裕美子, 安富祖 仁, 佐藤 直紀, 藤淵 俊王, 野邉 由紀子, 大野 みずき, 平田 悠真, 山里 眞, 續 輝久, 玉城 史朗, 学内の日本人学生の放射線に対する意識の変遷と外国人の放射線業務従事者の放射線についての知識の現状, 日本放射線影響学会第61回大会, 2018.11.
3. 安富祖 仁, 佐藤 直紀, 藤淵 俊王, 野邊 由紀子, 大野 みずき, 山里 眞, 續 輝久, 中島 裕美子, 学内の外国人放射線業務従事者の放射線についての知識の現状、および日本人学生の放射線に対する意識の変遷, 日本保健物理学会第50回研究発表会・日本放射線安全管理学会第16回学術大会 合同大会, 2017.06.
4. 中島 裕美子, 野邉 由紀子, 大野 みずき, 山里 眞, 續 輝久, 学内の外国人放射線業務従事者の放射線教育歴・知識の現状と、日本人学生の放射線に対する意識の変遷, 日本放射線安全管理学会第 15 回学術大会, 2016.12.
5. 行弘研司, 河本夏雄, 冨田秀一郎, 阪口洋樹, 伊藤雅信, 中島 裕美子, 日本産クワコの北陸から九州および周辺島嶼におけるミトコンドリアCO1ハプロタイプの推移

, 日本遺伝学会第87回大会, 2015.09.
6. 川西 祐一, 伴野 豊, 前川 秀彰, 中島 裕美子, 挿入座位を特定したマリナー様転移因子(mariner-like elements; MLEs)の配列比較に基づく日本産クワコの系統解析, 平成25年度第69回日本蚕糸学会九州支部研究発表会 昆虫機能・利用学術講演会, 2013.10.
7. Yumiko Nakajima, Shigeki Nakagome, Shuhei Mano, Evolution and biogeography of Bombyx mandarina compared with the domesticated mori revealed by Bayesian inference of DNA sequences data from some transposons including mariner-like elements (MLEs), XXIV International Congress of Entomology, 2012.08.
8. Yumiko Nakajima, Ancient mariner transposon inserted by some other transposable elements at different period in the genome of domesticated Bombyx mori and the most related species B. mandarina, BIT's 3rd World DNA and Genome Day-2012, 2012.04.
9. Shigeki Nakagome, Shuhei Mano, Yumiko Nakajima, Ancient Mariner Transposon Targeted by Other Transposable Elements in the Genome of Bombyx mori and B. mandarina, Annual Meeting of the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, 2011.07.
10. Yuichi Kawanishi, Hitoshi Ohnishi, Akito Kasahara, Kazuki Tsuji, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, Isolation and phylogenetic analysis of three types of mariner-like elements in the big-headed ant Pheidole megacephala(Hymenoptera: Formicidae), 4 th Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium, 2010.06.
11. Shuhei Mano, Yuichi Kawanishi, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, Estimation of the periods some different transposable elements insert into and move off from the host genome in the BmTNML Locus of Bombyx mori and Bombyx mandarina., 4 th Annual Arthropod Genomics Symposium, 2010.06.
12. 中島 裕美子, 川西 祐一, 前川 秀彰, 行弘 研司, 間野 修平, カイコ クワコのBmTNMLローカスにおける転移因子の挿入と切り出しイベントの年代推定, 平成22年度 蚕糸・昆虫機能利用学術講演会, 日本蚕糸学会第80回記念大会, 2010.04.
13. Yumiko Nakajima, Yuichi Kawanishi, Shuhei Mano, Hideaki Maekawa, The application of the MLE sequences as the “Migration Trace Indicator” among the different population of the same species
, International Symposium Marine Genomics, 2009.12.
14. Yumiko Nakajima, The analysis of the specific mariner Transposon in some insects, BmTNML locus and the R2 retrotransposable elements of B. mandarina compared with those of B. mori

, The 6th Asia-Pacific Congress pf Entomology (APCE 2009), 2009.10.
15. Yuichi Kawanishi, Yu Kamauchi, Yutaka Banno, Shi-Kab, Nho, Y-F. Hsu, Kyoichiro Ueda, Masaya Yago, Kenichi Odagiri, Hideaki Maekawa, Yumiko Nakajima, The feature of Cecropia-ITR-MLE in BmTNML locus of B. mandarina distribute in Japan, China, Korea, and Taiwan, The Eighth International Workshop on Molecular Biology and Genetics of the Lepidoptera , 2009.08.
16. Yumiko Nakajima, A novel maT-type transposable element, BmamaT1, in Bombyx mandarina, homologous to the B.mori mariner-like element Bmmar6
, Asia-Pacific Congress of Sericulture and Insect Biotechnology, 2008.03.
Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution
2018.05~2020.06, 日本放射線安全管理学会, 理事.
2004.01, 日本野蚕学会, 委員.
2003.01~2013.12, 日本蚕糸学会, 評議員.
2012.03.05~2012.03.05, 日本学術会議 公開シンポジウム「環境変動と昆虫科学」, 司会(Moderator).
2009.12.15~2009.12.18, International Symposium on Marine Genomics , 座長(Chairmanship).
2010.11.13~2010.11.13, 平成22年度日本蚕糸学会合同支部大会 昆虫機能・利用学術講演会 サテライトシンポジウム, 大会副委員長.
2004.01, 日本蚕糸学会九州支部, 国内, 編集委員.
2004.01, 日本蚕糸学会, 国内, 編集委員.
年度 外国語雑誌査読論文数 日本語雑誌査読論文数 国際会議録査読論文数 国内会議録査読論文数 合計
海外渡航状況, 海外での教育研究歴
Dr. Allan Lohe and Dr. Steven Whyard, Plant Indstry and Entomology Bioscience Laboratory at Black Mountain, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Canberra, ACT., Prof. Otto Schmidt's Lab, University of Adelaide(JSPS, 特定国派遣研究者 長期), Australia, 2000.10~2001.03.
慶北大学農学研究科, 盧時甲 教授 (JPSP, 特定国派遣研究者 短期), Korea, 2005.08~2005.09.
Prof. Daniel Hartl's Lab, Department of Organismic and Evolutional Biology, Harvard University{文部科学省 国際化加速プログラム(海外先進教育研究実践支援)}, UnitedStatesofAmerica, 2006.09~2007.01.
Prof. Thomas Eickbush's Lab, Department of Biology, University of Rochester{文部科学省 国際化加速プログラム(海外先進教育研究実践支援)}, UnitedStatesofAmerica, 2008.06~2009.05.
西ベンガル州, バグドグラ市(JSPS, 二国間交流事業 共同研究), India, 2011.05~2011.05.
カルナタカ州・ハイデラバード市 CDFD 研究所 Dr. J. Nagaraju's Lab., アッサム州・グワハティ市 インド工科大学 Prof. Utpal Bora's Lab, アッサム州, メガラヤ州 セントラル・シルクボード (JSPS, 二国間交流事業 共同研究), India, 2012.02~2012.02.
2011.10~2010.11, 2週間未満, Harvard University, UnitedStatesofAmerica, 日本学術振興会.
2011.10~2010.11, 2週間以上1ヶ月未満, University of Rhode Island, UnitedStatesofAmerica, 日本学術振興会.
2011.10~2011.10, 2週間未満, CDFD(The Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics), India, 日本学術振興会.
平成19年度 日本蚕糸学会進歩(技術)賞 , 日本蚕糸学会, 2007.04.
第4回 大学婦人協会 守田科学研究奨励賞 受賞 , 大学婦人協会(現 大学女性協会) , 2002.05.
平成11 年度 日本蚕糸学会進歩(奨励)賞 , 日本蚕糸学会, 2000.04.
2018年度~2020年度, 挑戦的研究(萌芽), 代表, 野外での昆虫体内におけるRI動態可視化システムの開発.
2013年度~2018年度, 基盤研究(S), 分担, 昆虫―大腸菌人工共生系による共生進化および分子機構の解明.
2012年度~2015年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 昆虫ゲノムにおける転移因子の動向による異種交雑の指標確立.
2009年度~2011年度, 基盤研究(B), 分担, メス特異的性染色体Wの進化をカイコとクワコの比較ゲノムから明らかにする .
2005年度~2007年度, 基盤研究(B), 代表, 東アジア各地に生息するクワコを含む野蚕集団の、進化地理学・集団遺伝学的考察.
2004年度~2006年度, 基盤研究(B), 分担, カイコゲノム解析を応用したクワコ自然集団の遺伝的特性とカイコ家畜化過程の研究.
2002年度~2003年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, ヨナグニ蚕由来Cecropia-ITR-MLEの転移活性評価と生物地理学的解析.
2000年度~2000年度, 特定領域研究, 分担, 口腔癌発生におけるヒトパピローマウイルスの役割の地理病理学的研究.
1999年度~2001年度, 基盤研究(B), 分担, サンゴ礁の共生系に関する共同研究.
1996年度~1996年度, 奨励研究(A), 代表, 絹糸昆虫-与那国蚕における転移因子の動向に関する研究.
1991年度~1993年度, 一般研究(C), 分担, PCR法を用いたHTLV-I母児感染の機序および疫学に関する研究.
2001年度~2001年度, 二国間交流, 代表, 韓国クワコにおける転移因子を指標とした集団遺伝学的解析.
2000年度~2001年度, 二国間交流, 代表, アラビドプシスにおける、ショウジョウバエの転移因子マリナーの転移活性について.
2004.04~2006.03, 分担, 「大腸菌の培養環境を利用した遺伝子機能マイニングシステムの研究買う発」大腸菌の350遺伝子について表現型解析を行い、有用遺伝子データベースの構築を目指した。米BioLog社のPhenotype MicroArrayTMを用いると、2,000種類の培地における育成状態を一度に解析できる。3年間で合計百万個(二千培地×五百ORF)の表現型解析を完了する目標を掲げた。研究開発に必要なリソースは奈良先端大のが提供し、琉球大遺伝子実験センターが解析をサポートした。
2015年度~2015年度, 九州大学教育研究プログラム・研究拠点形成プロジェクト (P&P), 代表, 新しい放射線教育プログラムの開発 - 学生教育を通した国民理解を目指して-.