ENOMOTO TAKEMI

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Name
ENOMOTO TAKEMI
Affiliation
Musashino University
Section
Faculty of Pharmacy
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1975
 - 
1976
Researcher
 
1976
 - 
1989
Research Assistant
 
1989
 - 
1991
Lecturer
 
1991
 - 
1995
Associate Professor
 
1995
 - 
1999
Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1972
Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1975
Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1970
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, The University of Tokyo
 

Books etc

 
Molecular biology of topoisomerases and its application to chemotherapy (Andoh, T., Ikeda, H. Oguro, M. eds)
CRC Press, Boba Raton.   
199300
Molecular mechanism of Werner's syndrome edited by Michel Lebel Kluwer Academic
Plenum Publishers, New York,   
200400

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Optimization of intracellular reactive oxygen species levels by antioxidant proteins in vertebrate cells
Sugahara Memorial International Symposium   2012   
Ascorbic acid suppress oxidative stress induced by depletion of superoxide dismutase in chicken DT40 cells
2011   
Glabal analysis of core histones reveals nucleosomal surfaces required for chromosome bi-orientation
2011   
Analysis of the functional relationship between WRNIP1 and DNA polymerase etha in the cell
2011   
Global analysis of functional relationships between H2A and its variant Htz1
2011   

Works

 
Functions of RecQ family helicases: Possible involvement of Bloom's and Werner's syndrome gene products in guarding genome integrity during DNA replication.(J. Biochem.)
200100
DNA helicases and progeroid syndromes
Mar 2006
Function of RecQ family helicase in genome stability.(Subcell Biochem.)
Mar 2006
Insight into initiator-DNA interactions: a lesson from the archaeal ORC.(Bioessays)
Mar 2008
RecQ family helicases in genome stability: Lessons from gene disrupted DT40 cells.(Cell Cycle)
Aug 2008

Research Grants & Projects

 
Novel mechanism and developmental roles of repair recombination
Project Year: 1995 - 1996