Noriko Miyake brings together Gene and Exome sequencing to produce work in her papers. Genetics and Anatomy are two areas of study in which she engages in interdisciplinary research. She performs integrative study on Anatomy and Genetics in her works. She combines Mutation and Molecular biology in her studies. In her works, she undertakes multidisciplinary study on Molecular biology and Mutation. Noriko Miyake performs integrative study on Missense mutation and Phenotype. She merges many fields, such as Phenotype and Missense mutation, in her writings. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Epilepsy and Neuroscience. As part of her studies on Epilepsy, she often connects relevant areas like Neuroscience.
In her study, Noriko Miyake carries out multidisciplinary Genetics and Neuroscience research. Noriko Miyake integrates many fields, such as Neuroscience and Genetics, in her works. Noriko Miyake integrates many fields in her works, including Gene and Molecular biology. Noriko Miyake connects Molecular biology with Gene in her research. In her works, she performs multidisciplinary study on Mutation and Missense mutation. Her study deals with a combination of Missense mutation and Phenotype. Her research ties Exome sequencing and Phenotype together. In her study, she carries out multidisciplinary Exome sequencing and Mutation research.
Noriko Miyake connects Genetics with Immunology in her research. Noriko Miyake connects Immunology with Genetics in her research. She integrates Gene and Computational biology in her research. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Computational biology and Gene. Her research on Phenotype frequently links to adjacent areas such as Exome sequencing. Her Exome sequencing study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Phenotype. She performs multidisciplinary study on Mutation and Missense mutation in her works. Noriko Miyake merges Missense mutation with Mutation in her study. Neuroscience and Epilepsy are frequently intertwined in her study.
Missense mutation, Haploinsufficiency, Loss function and Gain of function are the subject areas of her Phenotype study. Many of her Statistics research pursuits overlap with Loss function and Truncation (statistics). She merges Truncation (statistics) with Statistics in her study. Genetics and Cancer research are two areas of study in which Noriko Miyake engages in interdisciplinary work. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cancer research and Genetics through her research. In her articles, she combines various disciplines, including Gene and Exon. Her studies link Gain of function with Mutation. She incorporates Epilepsy and Progressive myoclonus epilepsy in her studies. Noriko Miyake conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Progressive myoclonus epilepsy and Myoclonic epilepsy through her research.
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Correction: Corrigendum: Ultra–sensitive droplet digital PCR for detecting a low–prevalence somatic GNAQ mutation in Sturge–Weber syndrome
Yuri Uchiyama;Mitsuko Nakashima;Satoshi Watanabe;Masakazu Miyajima.
Scientific Reports (2017)
Mutations affecting components of the SWI/SNF complex cause Coffin-Siris syndrome.
Yoshinori Tsurusaki;Nobuhiko Okamoto;Hirofumi Ohashi;Tomoki Kosho.
Nature Genetics (2012)
De novo mutations in the autophagy gene WDR45 cause static encephalopathy of childhood with neurodegeneration in adulthood
Hirotomo Saitsu;Taki Nishimura;Taki Nishimura;Kazuhiro Muramatsu;Hirofumi Kodera.
Nature Genetics (2013)
Homozygous c.14576G>A variant of RNF213 predicts early-onset and severe form of moyamoya disease.
S. Miyatake;N. Miyake;H. Touho;A. Nishimura-Tadaki.
Human genetic variation database, a reference database of genetic variations in the Japanese population.
Koichiro Higasa;Noriko Miyake;Jun Yoshimura;Kohji Okamura.
Journal of Human Genetics (2016)
SAMD9 mutations cause a novel multisystem disorder, MIRAGE syndrome, and are associated with loss of chromosome 7
Satoshi Narumi;Naoko Amano;Tomohiro Ishii;Noriyuki Katsumata.
Nature Genetics (2016)
Spectrum of MLL2 (ALR) mutations in 110 cases of Kabuki syndrome
Mark C. Hannibal;Kati J. Buckingham;Sarah B. Ng;Jeffrey E. Ming.
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A (2011)
Clinical spectrum of early onset epileptic encephalopathies caused by KCNQ2 mutation.
Mitsuhiro Kato;Takanori Yamagata;Masaya Kubota;Hiroshi Arai.
KDM6A point mutations cause Kabuki syndrome.
Noriko Miyake;Seiji Mizuno;Nobuhiko Okamoto;Hirofumi Ohashi.
Human Mutation (2013)
Essential role of the IRF8-KLF4 transcription factor cascade in murine monocyte differentiation
Daisuke Kurotaki;Naoki Osato;Akira Nishiyama;Michio Yamamoto.
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