Gohta Goshima spends much of his time researching Kinetochore, Cell biology, Spindle apparatus, Spindle pole body and Spindle checkpoint. His Kinetochore research focuses on Centromere and how it connects with Heterochromatin and Heterochromatin protein 1. Gohta Goshima mostly deals with Dynein in his studies of Cell biology.
As part of his studies on Spindle apparatus, he often connects relevant areas like Mitosis. His Spindle pole body research incorporates elements of Microtubule organizing center, Prometaphase, Multipolar spindles and Microtubule. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Metaphase, Anaphase and Centrosome.
Gohta Goshima focuses on Cell biology, Microtubule, Mitosis, Spindle apparatus and Kinetochore. His Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Anaphase, Spindle pole body, Cytokinesis and Physcomitrella patens. His research in Microtubule intersects with topics in Biophysics, Cell division and Cytoplasm.
Gohta Goshima interconnects Asymmetric cell division and Live cell imaging in the investigation of issues within Mitosis. His study in Spindle apparatus is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Microtubule organizing center, Meiosis and Metaphase. The study incorporates disciplines such as Centromere, Kinesin 8 and Multipolar spindles in addition to Kinetochore.
His primary areas of investigation include Cell biology, Microtubule, Physcomitrella patens, Mitosis and Biophysics. The Cell biology study combines topics in areas such as Cell division, Spindle pole body and Kinetochore. He regularly links together related areas like Cytokinesis in his Kinetochore studies.
His research in Microtubule tackles topics such as Prometaphase which are related to areas like Motor protein and Ectopic expression. As part of his studies on Mitosis, Gohta Goshima frequently links adjacent subjects like Spindle apparatus. In his research, In vivo is intimately related to Cytoplasm, which falls under the overarching field of Biophysics.
Gohta Goshima focuses on Physcomitrella patens, Cell biology, Microtubule, Kinetochore and Kinesin. His work deals with themes such as Plant cell and Asymmetric cell division, which intersect with Cell biology. As a member of one scientific family, Gohta Goshima mostly works in the field of Microtubule, focusing on Biophysics and, on occasion, Microtubule dynamics.
His studies in Kinetochore integrate themes in fields like Cell cycle, Aneuploidy, Cytokinesis and Chromosome segregation. The concepts of his Kinesin study are interwoven with issues in Chromosome movement and Mitosis. The various areas that he examines in his Mitosis study include Dynein and Anaphase.
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Functional genomic screen reveals genes involved in lipid-droplet formation and utilization
Yi Guo;Tobias C. Walther;Meghana Rao;Nico Stuurman.
Kinesin and dynein move a peroxisome in vivo: a tug-of-war or coordinated movement?
Comert Kural;Hwajin Kim;Sheyum Syed;Gohta Goshima.
Genes required for mitotic spindle assembly in Drosophila S2 cells.
Gohta Goshima;Roy Wollman;Roy Wollman;Sarah S. Goodwin;Nan Zhang.
The roles of microtubule-based motor proteins in mitosis: comprehensive RNAi analysis in the Drosophila S2 cell line
Gohta Goshima;Ronald D. Vale.
Journal of Cell Biology (2003)
Establishing biorientation occurs with precocious separation of the sister kinetochores, but not the arms, in the early spindle of budding yeast.
Gohta Goshima;Mitsuhiro Yanagida.
Augmin: a protein complex required for centrosome-independent microtubule generation within the spindle
Gohta Goshima;Mirjam Mayer;Mirjam Mayer;Nan Zhang;Nico Stuurman;Nico Stuurman.
Journal of Cell Biology (2008)
A conserved Mis12 centromere complex is linked to heterochromatic HP1 and outer kinetochore protein Zwint-1
Chikashi Obuse;Osamu Iwasaki;Tomomi Kiyomitsu;Gohta Goshima;Gohta Goshima.
Nature Cell Biology (2004)
Length control of the metaphase spindle
Gohta Goshima;Roy Wollman;Roy Wollman;Nico Stuurman;Nico Stuurman;Jonathan M. Scholey.
Current Biology (2005)
Proper metaphase spindle length is determined by centromere proteins Mis12 and Mis6 required for faithful chromosome segregation
Gohta Goshima;Shigeaki Saitoh;Mitsuhiro Yanagida.
Genes & Development (1999)
Mechanisms for focusing mitotic spindle poles by minus end-directed motor proteins.
Gohta Goshima;François Nédélec;Ronald D. Vale.
Journal of Cell Biology (2005)
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