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Plant Genome Evolution Research Team

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Team Leader
Tomoko ABED.Agr.
  • 1989年東北大学大学院農学研究科農学専攻修了
    東北大学遺伝生態研究センター 遺伝子多様性研究部門 日本学術振興会特別研究員
  • 1990年理化学研究所 薬剤作用研究室 基礎科学特別研究員
  • 1991年同 研究員
  • 1993年同 植物機能研究室 研究員
  • 2006年同 仁科加速器研究センター加速器応用研究グループ生物照射チ−ム副チームリーダー
  • 2008年同 加速器応用研究室生物照射チーム チームリーダー
  • 2010年同 加速器応用研究室 室長

Research Areas

Whole genome analyses have become familiar along with innovations in the field of molecular biology. We have been using high-throughput DNA sequencing techniques such as next-generation sequence instruments to analyze gene mutations. LETmax mutants have become more and more useful and important in modern genetic studies, enabling the discovery of genes that control important traits, and revealing the functions and mechanisms underlying their operation. The discovery of genes using mutants may lead to emergence of a new field in biology, “mutagenomics”.
  

List of Selected Publications

  1. Kazama Y., Ishii K., Hirano T., Wakana T., Yamada M., Ohbu S., and Abe T.:
    “Different mutational function of low- and high-linear energy transfer heavy-ion irradiation demonstrated by whole genome re-sequencing of Arabidopsis mutants”
    Plant J. 92, 1020-1030 (2017)
  2. Ishii K., Kazama Y., Hirano T., Hamada M., Ono Y., Yamada M., and Abe T.:
    “AMAP: A pipeline for whole-genome mutation detection in Arabidopsis thaliana”
    Genes Genet. Syst. 91, 229-233 (2016)
  3. Kazama Y., Ishii K., Aonuma W., Ikeda T., Kawamoto H., Koizumi A., Filatov D.A., Chibalina M., Bergero R., Charlesworth D., Abe T., and Kawano S.:
    “A new physical mapping approach refines the sex-determining gene positions on the Silene latifolia Y-chromosome”
    Sci. Rep. 6,18917 (2016)
  4. Katano M., Takahashi K., Hirano T., Kazama Y., Abe T., Tsukaya H., and Ferjani A.:
    “Suppressor screen and phenotype analyses revealed an emerging role of the monofunctional peroxisomal enoyl-CoA hydratase 2 in compensated cell enlargement”
    Front. Plant. Sci. 7, 132 (2016)
  5. Yamada K, Suzuki H, Takeuchi T, Kazama Y, Mitra S, Abe T, Goda K, Suzuki K, and Iwata O.:
    “Efficient selective breeding of live oil-rich Euglena gracilis with fluorescence-activated cell sorting”
    Sci. Rep. 6, 26327 (2016)
  6. Hirano T., Kazama Y., Ishii K., Ohbu S., Shirakawa Y., and Abe T.:
    “Comprehensive identification of mutations induced by heavy‐ion beam irradiation in Arabidopsis thaliana”
    Plant J. 82, 93–104 (2015)
  7. Kazama Y., Fujiwara M.T., Takehisa H., Ohbu S., Saito H., Ichida H., Hayashi Y., and Abe T.:
    “Characterization of a heavy-ion induced white flower mutant of allotetraploid Nicotiana tabacum”
    Plant Cell Rep. 32, 11–19 (2013).
  8. Kazama Y., Nishihara K., Bergero R., Fujiwara M.T., Abe T., Charlesworth D., and Kawano S.:
    “SlWUS1; An X-linked Gene Having No Homologous Y-Linked Copy in Silene latifolia”
    G3 2, 1269-1278 (2012)
  9. Kazama Y., Hirano T., Saito H., Liu Y., Ohbu S., Hayashi Y., and Abe T.:
    “Characterization of highly efficient heavy-ion mutagenesis in Arabidopsis thaliana”
    BMC Plant Biol. 11, 161 (2011).
  10. Kazama Y., Fujiwara M.T., Koizumi A., Nishihara K., Nishiyama R., Kifune E., Abe T., and Kawano S.:
    “A SUPERMAN-like gene is exclusively expressed in female flowers of the dioecious plant Silene latifolia” Plant Cell Physiol. 50, 1127-1141(2009).

 

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