As part of his studies on Cell biology, Mitinori Saitou often connects relevant areas like Germ. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Cell biology and Germ. His Gene study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Lineage (genetic). While working in this field, he studies both Genetics and Computational biology. Mitinori Saitou performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Computational biology and Gene via his papers. His Embryonic stem cell study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Mesoderm. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Embryonic stem cell and Mesoderm. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Germ cell and Germ line development. Mitinori Saitou integrates many fields in his works, including Germ line development and Germ layer.
In his works, Mitinori Saitou conducts interdisciplinary research on Gene and Germline. Genetics and Computational biology are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Computational biology and Gene. Mitinori Saitou combines Cell biology and Molecular biology in his research. Mitinori Saitou incorporates Molecular biology and Cell biology in his research. Mitinori Saitou combines topics linked to Germ line development with his work on Embryonic stem cell. Germ line development is often connected to Embryonic stem cell in his work. His work on Embryoid body expands to the thematically related Induced pluripotent stem cell. His research links Induced pluripotent stem cell with Embryoid body.
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Direct Binding of Three Tight Junction-Associated Maguks, Zo-1, Zo-2, and Zo-3, with the Cooh Termini of Claudins
Masahiko Itoh;Mikio Furuse;Kazumasa Morita;Koji Kubota.
Journal of Cell Biology (1999)
Reconstitution of the Mouse Germ Cell Specification Pathway in Culture by Pluripotent Stem Cells
Katsuhiko Hayashi;Hiroshi Ohta;Kazuki Kurimoto;Shinya Aramaki.
Complex Phenotype of Mice Lacking Occludin, a Component of Tight Junction Strands
Mitinori Saitou;Mikio Furuse;Hiroyuki Sasaki;Jörg-Dieter Schulzke.
Molecular Biology of the Cell (2000)
A molecular programme for the specification of germ cell fate in mice
Mitinori Saitou;Sheila C. Barton;M. Azim Surani.
Blimp1 is a critical determinant of the germ cell lineage in mice
Yasuhide Ohinata;Bernhard Payer;Dónal O'Carroll;Katia Ancelin.
Possible Involvement of Phosphorylation of Occludin in Tight Junction Formation
Akira Sakakibara;Mikio Furuse;Mitinori Saitou;Yuhko Ando-Akatsuka.
Journal of Cell Biology (1997)
Offspring from Oocytes Derived from in Vitro Primordial Germ Cell–like Cells in Mice
Katsuhiko Hayashi;Katsuhiko Hayashi;Sugako Ogushi;Kazuki Kurimoto;So Shimamoto.
Occludin as a possible determinant of tight junction permeability in endothelial cells
Tetsuaki Hirase;James M. Staddon;Mitinori Saitou;Yuhko Ando-Akatsuka.
Journal of Cell Science (1997)
Occludin-deficient Embryonic Stem Cells Can Differentiate into Polarized Epithelial Cells Bearing Tight Junctions
Mitinori Saitou;Kazushi Fujimoto;Yoshinori Doi;Masahiko Itoh.
Journal of Cell Biology (1998)
Critical function of Prdm14 for the establishment of the germ cell lineage in mice.
Masashi Yamaji;Yoshiyuki Seki;Kazuki Kurimoto;Yukihiro Yabuta.
Nature Genetics (2008)
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