Akira Isogai mostly deals with Gene, Genetics, Pollen, Pollen coat and Molecular biology. His Gene research incorporates elements of Antibody and Gel electrophoresis. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Pollen-pistil interaction and Genetics.
He usually deals with Pollen coat and limits it to topics linked to Glycoprotein and Genomic organization, Genome and Genetic linkage. The Molecular biology study combines topics in areas such as Microarray analysis techniques, Transcription factor, Complementary DNA, Chloroplast and Programmed cell death. Akira Isogai has researched Haplotype in several fields, including Brassica and Gene polymorphism.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Genetics, Gene, Molecular biology, Pollen and Stereochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Brassica and Pollen-pistil interaction in addition to Genetics. The concepts of his Pollen-pistil interaction study are interwoven with issues in Autophosphorylation and Serine.
Akira Isogai merges Gene with Tapetum in his research. His Molecular biology research incorporates themes from Pollen coat, Complementary DNA, Gene mapping, Gene duplication and Programmed cell death. Akira Isogai interconnects Biosynthesis, Aspergillus parasiticus, Aflatoxin, Alkyl and Derivative in the investigation of issues within Stereochemistry.
His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Cell biology, Gene, Mutant and Protein kinase A. Akira Isogai regularly links together related areas like Pollen in his Genetics studies. His research integrates issues of Botany, Transcription factor, Cell membrane, Pollen hydration and Programmed cell death in his study of Cell biology.
His Mutant research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Acidovorax and Microbiology. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Protein kinase A, focusing on Stigma papilla and, on occasion, Protein kinase domain, Phosphorylation, Locus, Glutamate receptor and Calcium signaling. His work in Allele tackles topics such as Genetic variation which are related to areas like Pollen tube.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Gene, Genetics, Cell biology, Allele and Pollen tube. His research on Gene frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Kinase. His Genetics and Membrane protein, Cell wall, Transmembrane domain, Glycoprotein and Autophosphorylation investigations all form part of his Genetics research activities.
His Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pollen coat, Programmed cell death and Cell membrane. His studies in Allele integrate themes in fields like Petunia, Small RNA, DNA methylation and Promoter. His Pollen tube research includes elements of Outcrossing and Genetic variation.
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SELF-INCOMPATIBILITY IN PLANTS
Seiji Takayama;Akira Isogai.
Annual Review of Plant Biology (2005)
The S receptor kinase determines self-incompatibility in Brassica stigma.
Takeshi Takasaki;Katsunori Hatakeyama;Go Suzuki;Masao Watanabe.
The pollen determinant of self-incompatibility in Brassica campestris
Seiji Takayama;Hiroshi Shiba;Megumi Iwano;Hiroko Shimosato.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Direct ligand–receptor complex interaction controls Brassica self-incompatibility
Seiji Takayama;Hiroko Shimosato;Hiroshi Shiba;Miyuki Funato.
Comparative analysis of the self-incompatibility (S-) locus region of Prunus mume: identification of a pollen-expressed F-box gene with allelic diversity.
Tetsuyuki Entani;Megumi Iwano;Hiroshi Shiba;Fang-Sik Che.
Genes to Cells (2003)
Genomic Organization of the S Locus: Identification and Characterization of Genes in SLG/SRK Region of S9 Haplotype of Brassica campestris (syn. rapa)
Go Suzuki;Naoko Kai;Tamaki Hirose;Kiichi Fukui.
Collaborative Non-Self Recognition System in S-RNase–Based Self-Incompatibility
Ken Ichi Kubo;Tetsuyuki Entani;Akie Takara;Ning Wang.
A membrane-anchored protein kinase involved in Brassica self-incompatibility signaling.
Kohji Murase;Kohji Murase;Hiroshi Shiba;Hiroshi Shiba;Megumi Iwano;Megumi Iwano;Fang-Sik Che;Fang-Sik Che.
Dual Targeting of Spinach Protoporphyrinogen Oxidase II to Mitochondria and Chloroplasts by Alternative Use of Two In-frame Initiation Codons
Naohide Watanabe;Fang-Sik Che;Megumi Iwano;Seiji Takayama.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
The transcription factor OsNAC4 is a key positive regulator of plant hypersensitive cell death
Takashi Kaneda;Yuri Taga;Ryota Takai;Megumi Iwano.
The EMBO Journal (2009)
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