Her primary scientific interests are in Sialidase, Biochemistry, NEU1, Ganglioside and Cell biology. Her specific area of interest is Sialidase, where Taeko Miyagi studies NEU2. Her NEU2 research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Catabolism and Subcellular localization.
Her biological study focuses on Complementary DNA. Her biological study deals with issues like Membrane topology, which deal with fields such as Enzyme and Cell–cell interaction. Taeko Miyagi interconnects Sphingosine, Cell and Cellular differentiation in the investigation of issues within Cell biology.
Taeko Miyagi mainly investigates Sialidase, Biochemistry, Sialic acid, Ganglioside and Cell biology. Her Sialidase research incorporates elements of Molecular biology and Glycoprotein. Her work in Biochemistry covers topics such as Cancer cell which are related to areas like Signal transduction and Antigen.
Her study looks at the relationship between Sialic acid and fields such as Carcinogenesis, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. The concepts of her Ganglioside study are interwoven with issues in Sphingosine, HEXA, Antibody and Stereochemistry. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cell, Cellular differentiation, Membrane and Cell growth.
Taeko Miyagi focuses on Sialidase, Cell biology, Sialic acid, Biochemistry and NEU1. NEU2 is the focus of her Sialidase research. Her studies in NEU2 integrate themes in fields like Protein structure and Binding site.
Taeko Miyagi has included themes like Cell, Cell growth, Gangliosidosis, Catabolism and Membrane associated in her Cell biology study. Her work carried out in the field of Sialic acid brings together such families of science as Neuraminidase, Neurotrophin, Cell membrane, Cell adhesion and Macrophage. In her research on the topic of Cancer, Signal transduction is strongly related with Cancer research.
Her main research concerns Sialidase, Sialic acid, Cell biology, Biochemistry and Tumor progression. Her work deals with themes such as Neurotrophin, Cell membrane, Glycolipid, EGFR inhibitors and Squamous carcinoma, which intersect with Sialidase. The Sialic acid study combines topics in areas such as Neurotrophic factors, Phospholipase D, Cell migration and Polysialic acid.
Her Cell biology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cell, Epidermal growth factor, Calmodulin and Gangliosidosis. Biochemistry and Molecular biology are frequently intertwined in her study. The various areas that Taeko Miyagi examines in her Tumor progression study include Wnt signaling pathway, LRP6, Phosphorylation, Gene silencing and Colorectal cancer.
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Mammalian sialidases: physiological and pathological roles in cellular functions.
Taeko Miyagi;Kazunori Yamaguchi.
Up-regulation of plasma membrane-associated ganglioside sialidase (Neu3) in human colon cancer and its involvement in apoptosis suppression
Yoichiro Kakugawa;Tadashi Wada;Kazunori Yamaguchi;Hideaki Yamanami.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2002)
Molecular Cloning and Characterization of a Plasma Membrane-associated Sialidase Specific for Gangliosides
Taeko Miyagi;Tadashi Wada;Akihiro Iwamatsu;Keiko Hata.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1999)
Asymmetric membrane ganglioside sialidase activity specifies axonal fate
Jorge Santos Da Silva;Takafumi Hasegawa;Taeko Miyagi;Carlos G Dotti;Carlos G Dotti.
Nature Neuroscience (2005)
Sialidase and malignancy: a minireview.
Taeko Miyagi;Tadashi Wada;Kazunori Yamaguchi;Keiko Hata.
Glycoconjugate Journal (2003)
Limited inhibitory effects of Oseltamivir and Zanamivir on human sialidases
Keiko Hata;Koichi Koseki;Kazunori Yamaguchi;Setsuko Moriya.
Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy (2008)
The Plasma Membrane-associated Sialidase MmNEU3 Modifies the Ganglioside Pattern of Adjacent Cells Supporting Its Involvement in Cell-to-Cell Interactions
Nadia Papini;Luigi Anastasia;Cristina Tringali;Gianluigi Croci.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2004)
Cloning, expression, and chromosomal mapping of a human ganglioside sialidase.
Tadashi Wada;Yuko Yoshikawa;Satoru Tokuyama;Masaaki Kuwabara.
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications (1999)
Evidence for mitochondrial localization of a novel human sialidase (NEU4).
Kazunori Yamaguchi;Keiko Hata;Koichi Koseki;Kazuhiro Shiozaki.
Biochemical Journal (2005)
Contribution of sialidase NEU1 to suppression of metastasis of human colon cancer cells through desialylation of integrin β4
T Uemura;K Shiozaki;K Yamaguchi;S Miyazaki.
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