YAMANO Takashi

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YAMANO Takashi
Kyoto University
Job title
Assistant Professor
Ph.D(Kyoto University)
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Research Areas


Published Papers

Yamaoka Y, Shin S, Choi BY, Kim H, Jang S, Kajikawa M, Yamano T, Kong F, Legeret B, Fukuzawa H, Li-Beisson Y, Lee Y
The Plant cell      Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress is caused by the stress-induced accumulation of unfolded proteins in the ER. Here, we identified proteins and lipids that function downstream of the ER stress sensor inositol-requiring enzyme1 (CrIRE1), which cont...
Shinkawa H, Kajikawa M, Nomura Y, Ogura M, Sawaragi Y, Yamano T, Nakagami H, Sugiyama N, Ishihama Y, Kanesaki Y, Yoshikawa H, Fukuzawa H
Plant Cell Physiology   in press    Jan 2019   [Refereed]
Nutrient-deprived microalgae accumulate triacylglycerol (TAG) in lipid droplets. A dual-specificity tyrosine phosphorylation-regulated kinase, TAG accumulation regulator 1 (TAR1) has been shown to be required for acetate-dependent TAG accumulation...
Owa M, Uchihashi T, Yanagisawa HA, Yamano T, Iguchi H, Fukuzawa H, Wakabayashi KI, Ando T, Kikkawa M
Nature communications   10(1) 1143   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Motile cilia are microtubule-based organelles that play important roles in most eukaryotes. Although axonemal microtubules are sufficiently stable to withstand their beating motion, it remains unknown how they are stabilized while serving as track...
Nitta N, Sugimura T, Isozaki A, Mikami H, Hiraki K, Sakuma S, Iino T, Arai F, Endo T, Fujiwaki Y, Fukuzawa H, Hase M, Hayakawa T, Hiramatsu K, Hoshino Y, Inaba M, Ito T, Karakawa H, Kasai Y, Koizumi K, Lee S, Lei C, Li M, Maeno T, Matsusaka S, Murakami D, Nakagawa A, Oguchi Y, Oikawa M, Ota T, Shiba K, Shintaku H, Shirasaki Y, Suga K, Suzuki Y, Suzuki N, Tanaka Y, Tezuka H, Toyokawa C, Yalikun Y, Yamada M, Yamagishi M, Yamano T, Yasumoto A, Yatomi Y, Yazawa M, Di Carlo D, Hosokawa Y, Uemura S, Ozeki Y, Goda K
Cell   175(1) 266-276   Sep 2018   [Refereed]
A fundamental challenge of biology is to understand the vast heterogeneity of cells, particularly how cellular composition, structure, and morphology are linked to cellular physiology. Unfortunately, conventional technologies are limited in uncove...
Yamano T, Toyokawa C, Fukuzawa H
Protoplasma   255(4) 1015-1022   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
Many aquatic algae induce a CO2-concentrating mechanism (CCM) associated with active inorganic carbon transport to maintain high photosynthetic affinity using dissolved inorganic carbon even in low-CO2 (LC) conditions. In the green alga Chlamydomo...


Rita Strack
Nature Methods   15 859   Oct 2018
The ability to rapidly separate phenotypically different cells at high throughput could offer major advantages for understanding the function and behavior of various cell types and cell states. However, accurate sorting often requires high-content...
Nature Research Highlights      Aug 2018
Cell sorting, one of the most widely used procedures in biology, is based on technology invented decades ago. But a new method that separates cells on the basis of their shape and molecular make-up could improve the speed and accuracy of the task,...
Peter Nick
Protoplasma   225(4) 987-988   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
One of these examples is the contribution by Yamano et al. (2018) in the current issue. This work deals with a phenomenon commonly found in aquatic plants, where the diffusion of carbon dioxide can become limiting for photosynthesis, such that car...

Conference Activities & Talks

High-throughput screening of algal mutant cells based on CO2- dependent protein relocation by intelligent image-activated cell sorting
YAMANO Takashi
13 Mar 2019   
High-throughput screening of algal mutants by intelligent image-activated cell sorting
Takashi Yamano, Chihana Toyokawa, Toshiki Matsuoka, Nao Nitta, Takeaki Sugimura, Akihiro Isozaki, Takanori Iino, Takuro Ito, Keisuke Goda, Hideya Fukuzawa
International Symposium on Photosynthesis and Chloroplast Biogenesis 2018   7 Nov 2018   
CO2-dependent relocation of calcium-binding protein CAS and LCIB essential for carbon-concentrating mechanism in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
Takashi Yamano, Chihana Toyokawa, Toshiki Matsuoka, Hideya Fukuzawa
18th International Conference on the Cell and Molecular Biology of Chlamydomonas   17 Jun 2018   
Chloroplast-mediated regulation of CO2-concentrating mechanism by Ca2+-binding protein CAS [Invited]
Takashi Yamano
6 Jul 2017   
Characterization of cooperative bicarbonate transport uptake into chloroplast stroma in the green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii"
Takashi Yamano, Emi Sato, Hiro Iguchi, Yuri Fukuda, Hideya Fukuzawa
The IXth International Symposium on Inorganic Carbon Utilization by Aquatic Photosynthetic Organisms (CCM9)   14 Aug 2016