His biological study deals with issues like Metallurgy, which deal with fields such as Oxide. Yoshimoto Katsura regularly ties together related areas like Metallurgy in his Oxide studies. He links relevant scientific disciplines such as Ternary operation and BETA (programming language) in the realm of Programming language. His research on BETA (programming language) frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Programming language. His multidisciplinary approach integrates T cell and IL-2 receptor in his work. While working on this project, Yoshimoto Katsura studies both IL-2 receptor and CD3. Yoshimoto Katsura integrates CD3 with Antigen in his study. His Antigen study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as T lymphocyte. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as In vitro and T lymphocyte.
His study in the field of Condensed matter physics is also linked to topics like Metallurgy. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Condensed matter physics and Superconductivity. His Stem cell study is within the categories of Haematopoiesis and Progenitor cell. Yoshimoto Katsura undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Immunology and Antibody in his work. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Antibody and Immunology through his research. Yoshimoto Katsura integrates Molecular biology and Cell biology in his research. His work in Cell biology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Haematopoiesis. He integrates Biochemistry with Molecular biology in his research. He combines Immune system and T-cell receptor in his research.
Yoshimoto Katsura undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cell biology and Biophysics through his research. He conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Biophysics and Cell biology. Yoshimoto Katsura integrates many fields in his works, including Immunology and Cancer. By researching both Cancer and Myeloid leukemia, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He merges Myeloid leukemia with Bone marrow in his research. Yoshimoto Katsura applies his multidisciplinary studies on Bone marrow and Haematopoiesis in his research. He performs integrative Haematopoiesis and Gene research in his work. He combines Gene and Carcinogenesis in his studies. He merges Carcinogenesis with Gene silencing in his research.
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An endothelial receptor for oxidized low-density lipoprotein
Tatsuya Sawamura;Noriaki Kume;Takuma Aoyama;Hideaki Moriwaki.
The monoclonal antibody TER-119 recognizes a molecule associated with glycophorin A and specifically marks the late stages of murine erythroid lineage.
Tatsuo Kina;Koichi Ikuta;Eiji Takayama;Katsuya Wada.
British Journal of Haematology (2000)
In Vitro Generation of Lymphohematopoietic Cells from Endothelial Cells Purified from Murine Embryos
Shin-Ichi Nishikawa;Satomi Nishikawa;Hiroshi Kawamoto;Hisahiro Yoshida.
Adult T-cell progenitors retain myeloid potential
Haruka Wada;Kyoko Masuda;Rumi Satoh;Kiyokazu Kakugawa.
An Essential Developmental Checkpoint for Production of the T Cell Lineage
Tomokatsu Ikawa;Satoshi Hirose;Kyoko Masuda;Kiyokazu Kakugawa.
Characterization of c-kit positive intrathymic stem cells that are restricted to lymphoid differentiation.
Yumi Matsuzaki;Jun Ichiro Gyotoku;Minetaro Ogawa;Shin Ichi Nishikawa.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1993)
Redefinition of lymphoid progenitors
Nature Reviews Immunology (2002)
A cell-autonomous requirement for CXCR4 in long-term lymphoid and myeloid reconstitution
Kenji Kawabata;Miho Ujikawa;Takeshi Egawa;Hiroshi Kawamoto.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1999)
The earliest stages of B cell development require a chemokine stromal cell-derived factor/pre-B cell growth-stimulating factor
Takeshi Egawa;Kenji Kawabata;Hiroshi Kawamoto;Kei Amada.
Commitment of Common T/Natural Killer (Nk) Progenitors to Unipotent T and Nk Progenitors in the Murine Fetal Thymus Revealed by a Single Progenitor Assay
Tomokatsu Ikawa;Hiroshi Kawamoto;Shinji Fujimoto;Yoshimoto Katsura.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1999)
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