A significant part of his Cell cycle research incorporates Oncogene and Aurora kinase studies. In his research, Johji Inazawa performs multidisciplinary study on Oncogene and MAPK/ERK pathway. His MAPK/ERK pathway study focuses on Dual-specificity phosphatase and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases. His study ties his expertise on Cell biology together with the subject of Dual-specificity phosphatase. Cell biology and p38 mitogen-activated protein kinases are frequently intertwined in his study. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Aurora kinase and Cell cycle in his work. Gene and Psychological repression are commonly linked in his work. He regularly links together related areas like Genetics in his Psychological repression studies. Genetics connects with themes related to TBX1 in his study.
Johji Inazawa's looking at Chromosome as part of his Fluorescence in situ hybridization and Gene mapping and Chromosome study. His work often combines Gene and Fluorescence in situ hybridization studies. He regularly ties together related areas like Cell cycle in his Genetics studies. While working on this project, Johji Inazawa studies both Molecular biology and Biochemistry. He performs integrative Biochemistry and Genetics research in his work. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Gene expression and In situ hybridization. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into In situ hybridization and Chromosome in his work. Johji Inazawa combines Cancer research and Carcinogenesis in his research. Johji Inazawa incorporates Cancer and Cancer research in his research.
While working on this project, Johji Inazawa studies both Cancer research and Carcinogenesis. While working on this project, Johji Inazawa studies both Carcinogenesis and Cancer cell. Many of his studies on Cancer cell apply to Internal medicine as well. In his works, Johji Inazawa conducts interdisciplinary research on Internal medicine and Pathology. While working on this project, Johji Inazawa studies both Pathology and Oncology. Borrowing concepts from Cancer research, Johji Inazawa weaves in ideas under Oncology. Borrowing concepts from Molecular biology, he weaves in ideas under Genetics. He integrates Molecular biology with Gene expression profiling in his research. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Gene expression profiling and Microarray analysis techniques via his papers.
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Reconstitution of IKATP: an inward rectifier subunit plus the sulfonylurea receptor.
Nobuya Inagaki;Tohru Gonoi;John P. Clement;Noriyuki Namba.
Causal Relationship between the Loss of RUNX3 Expression and Gastric Cancer
Qing Lin Li;Kosei Ito;Chohei Sakakura;Hiroshi Fukamachi.
Structure and Chromosomal Localization of the Human Stromal Cell-Derived Factor 1 (SDF1) Gene
Michio Shirozu;Toru Nakano;Johji Inazawa;Kei Tashiro.
Exploration of tumor-suppressive microRNAs silenced by DNA hypermethylation in oral cancer.
Ken Ichi Kozaki;Issei Imoto;Seiki Mogi;Ken Omura.
Cancer Research (2008)
miR-124 and miR-203 are epigenetically silenced tumor-suppressive microRNAs in hepatocellular carcinoma
Mayuko Furuta;Ken Ich Kozaki;Shinji Tanaka;Shigeki Arii.
Human Fas ligand: gene structure, chromosomal location and species specificity
Tomohiro Takahashi;Masato Tanaka;Johji Inazawa;Tatsuo Abe.
International Immunology (1994)
Damaged epithelia regenerated by bone marrow–derived cells in the human gastrointestinal tract
Ryuichi Okamoto;Tomoharu Yajima;Motomi Yamazaki;Takanori Kanai.
Nature Medicine (2002)
HSF4, a new member of the human heat shock factor family which lacks properties of a transcriptional activator.
A Nakai;M Tanabe;Y Kawazoe;J Inazawa.
Molecular and Cellular Biology (1997)
Mutations in EFHC1 cause juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
Toshimitsu Suzuki;Toshimitsu Suzuki;Antonio V Delgado-Escueta;Kripamoy Aguan;Maria E Alonso.
Nature Genetics (2004)
Structural organization and chromosomal assignment of the human obese gene.
Naohi Isse;Yoshihiro Ogawa;Naohisa Tamura;Hiroaki Masuzaki.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1995)
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