Tomoko Kato-Inui

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Tomoko Kato-Inui
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Academic & Professional Experience

Sep 2016
Staff Scientist, Regenerative Medicine Project, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science
Apr 2012
Aug 2016
Staff Scientist, Systems of BioMedicine, National Center for Child Health and Development


Apr 2008
Mar 2012
Bio-Functional Medical Science, Department of Medicine, Yokohama City University graduate school
Apr 2006
Mar 2008
Biological Science, Department of Science, The university of Tokyo graduate school
Apr 2002
Mar 2006
Functional Science, Department of Science, Yokohama City University

Published Papers

A tandem repeat array in IG-DMR is essential for imprinting of paternal allele at the Dlk1/Dio3 domain during embryonic development. Human Molecular Genetics
*Saito T, *Hara S, Kato T, Tamano M, Muramatsu A, Asahara H and Takada S.
Human Molecular Genetics   27(18) 3283-3292   2018   [Refereed]
Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats (CRISPR)/CRISPR-associated protein 9 with improved proof-reading enhances homology-directed repair.
Kato-Inui T, Takahashi G, Hsu S, Miyaoka Y.
Nucleic Acids Research   46(9) 4677-4688   2018   [Refereed]
Inui M, Tamano M, Kato T, Takada S.
Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports.   9 238-244   2017   [Refereed]
Creation of mutant mice with megabase-sized deletions containing custom-designed breakpoints by means of the CRISPR/Cas9 system.
. *Kato T, *Hara S, Goto Y, Ogawa Y, Okayasu H, Kubota S, Tamano M, Terao M, Takada S.
Scientific Reports   7 59   2017   [Refereed]
In vivo and in vitro disease modeling with CRISPR/Cas9.
Kato T and Takada S
Briefings in Functional Genomics.   16(1) 13-24   2017   [Refereed]


GnRH functions as a cell proliferation & migration regulator: mode of action in extra- pituitary organs.
Enomoto M, Kato T, Utsumi M, Kanaho Y-I, and Park MK
GnRH Text Project NOVA Press TOC      2013   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

Identification and functional analysis of Sox9 enhancer resonsible for Campomelic dysplasia
Tomoko Kato
3 National Centers Joint Retreat   2015   
The functional analysis of transcription factors and transcriptional co-factors related to embryonic female mouse gonadal differentiation [Invited]
Kato T, Hara S, Tamano M, Akimoto M, Inui M, Asahara H, Takada, S
37 th the molecular biology society of Japan   Nov 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

Identify the transcription factor and establish the transcription network related to fetal mouse ovarian differentiation
Japan Society For The Promotion Of Science: Early-Career Scientists
Project Year: Apr 2016       Investigator(s): Tomoko Kato-Inui
The functional analysis of transcription network and the function elucidation related to fetal mouse ovarian differentiation
Japan Society For The Promotion Of Science: Early-Career Scientists B
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): Tomoko Kato-Inui