NAKAYAMA Pulla

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Name
NAKAYAMA Pulla
Alternative names
KAOTHIEN-NAKAYAMA Pulla
Affiliation
Nagasaki University
Section
Institute of Integrated Science and Technology (Environmental Science)
Job title
Visiting Research Fellow
Degree
Ph. D.(Nara Institute Science and Technology)
ORCID ID
0000-0002-1508-2083

Published Papers

 
Iwano Megumi, Ito Kanae, Fujii Sota, Kakita Mitsuru, Asano-Shimosato Hiroko, Igarashi Motoko, Kaothien-Nakayama Pulla, Entani Tetsuyuki, Kanatani Asaka, Takehisa Masashi, Tanaka Masaki, Komatsu Kunihiko, Shiba Hiroshi, Nagai Takeharu, Miyawaki Atsushi, Isogai Akira, Takayama Seiji
Nature Plants   1    Sep 2015
Self-incompatibility in the Brassicaceae is controlled by multiple haplotypes encoding the pollen ligand (S-locus protein 11, SP11, also known as S-locus cysteine-rich protein, SCR) and its stigmatic receptor (S-receptor kinase, SRK). A haplotype-...
Iwano Megumi, Igarashi Motoko, Tarutani Yoshiaki, Kaothien-Nakayama Pulla, Nakayama Hideki, Moriyama Hideki, Yakabe Ryo, Entani Tetsuyuki, Shimosato-Asano Hiroko, Ueki Masao, Tamiya Gen, Takayama Seiji
PLANT CELL   26(2) 636-649   Feb 2014   [Refereed]
NAKAYAMA Pulla K.
生物工学会誌 : seibutsu-kogaku kaishi   91(2)    Feb 2013
Lai Kok-Song, Kaothien-Nakayama Pulla, Iwano Megumi, Takayama Seiji
GENES & GENETIC SYSTEMS   87(5) 291-297   Oct 2012   [Refereed]
Horie Tomoaki, Sugawara Mitsuo, Okada Tomoyuki, Taira Koichiro, Kaothien-Nakayama Pulla, Katsuhara Maki, Shinmyo Atsuhiko, Nakayama Hideki
JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING   111(3) 346-356   Mar 2011   [Refereed]
P. Kaothien-Nakayama, A. Isogai, S. Takayama
Plant Developmental Biology   1 459-485   Dec 2010
Self-incompatibility (SI) systems are genetic systems evolved by flowering plants to increase genetic diversity of their offspring. Fundamentally, all SI systems are based on a mechanism to differentiate self- from cross-pollen, followed by a mech...
Iwano M, Shiba H, Matoba K, Miwa T, Funato M, Entani T, Nakayama P, Shimosato H, Takaoka A, Isogai A, Takayama S
Plant physiology   144(1) 72-81   May 2007   [Refereed]
MEERAK Jomkhwan, AKARACHARANYA Ancharida, LEEPIPATPIBOON Natchanan, CHADCHAWAN Supachitra, KAOTHIEN-NAKAYAMA Pulla, SHINMYO Atsuhiko, SANO Hiroshi
Plant Biotechnology   23(2) 185-189   Mar 2006
The long range goal of the present study is to practically utilize Ipomoea aquatica (water spinach) for phytoremediation of polluted water with sulfuric compounds. In higher plants, the sulfate assimilation pathway consists of 5 key enzymes...
Hirotaka Uefuji, Yuko Tatsumi, Masayuki Morimoto, Pulla Kaothien-Nakayama, Shinjiro Ogita, Hiroshi Sano
Plant Molecular Biology   59 221-227   Sep 2005
Caffeine (1,3,7-trimethylxanthine) is derived from xanthosine through three successive transfers of methyl groups and a single ribose removal in coffee plants. The methyl group transfer is catalyzed by N-zmethyltransferases, xanthosine methyltrans...
Kaothien P, Ok SH, Shuai B, Wengier D, Cotter R, Kelley D, Kiriakopolos S, Muschietti J, McCormick S
PLANT JOURNAL   42(4) 492-503   May 2005   [Refereed]
Yoshida K, Kaothien P, Matsui T, Kawaoka A, Shinmyo A
APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY   60(6) 665-670   Feb 2003   [Refereed]
Signaling via receptor kinases during pollen tube growth: the downstream components
Kaothien P, Ok SH, Kelley D, Cotter R, McCormick S
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL   13 257A-258A   Nov 2002   [Refereed]
Kaothien P, Kawaoka A, Ebinuma H, Yoshida K, Shinmyo A
PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY   49(6) 591-599   Aug 2002   [Refereed]
Kawaoka A, Kaothien P, Yoshida K, Endo S, Yamada K, Ebinuma H
PLANT JOURNAL   22(4) 289-301   May 2000   [Refereed]
Kaothien P, Shimokawatoko Y, Kawaoka A, Yoshida K, Shinmyo A
PLANT CELL REPORTS   19(6) 558-562   May 2000   [Refereed]
Kawaoka A, Kaothien P, Yoshida K, Endo S, Yamada K, Ebinuma H.
Plant Journal   22(4) 289-301   2000   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Iwano Megumi, Ito Kanae, Fujii Sota, Kakita Mitsuru, Asano-Shimosato Hiroko, Igarashi Motoko, Kaothien-Nakayama Pulla, Entani Tetsuyuki, Kanatani Asaka, Takehisa Masashi, Tanaka Masaki, Komatsu Kunihiko, Shiba Hiroshi, Nagai Takeharu, Miyawaki Atsushi, Isogai Akira, Takayama Seiji
NATURE PLANTS   1(9)    Sep 2015   [Refereed]
Nakayama Pulla K.
生物工学会誌 : seibutsu-kogaku kaishi   91(2)    2013
Jomkhwan Meerak, Ancharida Akaracharanya, Natchanan Leepipatpiboon, Supachitra Chadchawan, Pulla Kaothien-Nakayama, Atsuhiko Shinmyo, Hiroshi Sano
Plant Biotechnology   23 185-189   Jan 2006
The long range goal of the present study is to practically utilize Ipomoea aquatica (water spinach) for phytoremediation of polluted water with sulfuric compounds. In higher plants, the sulfate assimilation pathway consists of 5 key enzymes, among...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Ito Kanae, Nakayama Pulla, Kakita Mitsuru, Iwano Megumi, Takayama Seiji
Plant and Cell Physiology Supplement   2011   
Most flowering plants have evolved self-incompatibility (SI) system to prevent inbreeding. In Brassica, SI is controlled by the S-locus, which encodes pollen and pistil determinants named SP11 (S locus protein 11) and SRK (...
Pulla Kaothien, Kawaoka Akiyoshi, Ebinuma Hiroyasu, Yoshida Kazuya, Shinmyo Atsuhiko
日本生物工学会大会講演要旨集   2001   
Kaothien Pulla, Kawaoka Akiyoshi, Yoshida Kazuya, Shinmyo Atsuhiko
日本生物工学会大会講演要旨集   2000   
KAOTHIEN Pulla, KAWAOKA Akiyoshi, EBINUMA Hiroyasu, KATO Ko, YOSHIDA Kazuya, SHINMYO Atsuhiko
日本分子生物学会年会プログラム・講演要旨集   1 Dec 1998