Masato Nikaido
Masato Nikaido
Associate Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology
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The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish
D Brawand, CE Wagner, YI Li, M Malinsky, I Keller, S Fan, O Simakov, ...
Nature 513 (7518), 375-381, 2014
Phylogenetic relationships among cetartiodactyls based on insertions of short and long interpersed elements: hippopotamuses are the closest extant relatives of whales
M Nikaido, AP Rooney, N Okada
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 96 (18), 10261-10266, 1999
Retroposon analysis of major cetacean lineages: the monophyly of toothed whales and the paraphyly of river dolphins
M Nikaido, F Matsuno, H Hamilton, RL Brownell, Y Cao, W Ding, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (13), 7384-7389, 2001
Mitochondrial phylogenetics and evolution of mysticete whales
T Sasaki, M Nikaido, H Hamilton, M Goto, H Kato, N Kanda, LA Pastene, ...
Systematic biology 54 (1), 77-90, 2005
Maximum likelihood analysis of the complete mitochondrial genomes of eutherians and a reevaluation of the phylogeny of bats and insectivores
M Nikaido, K Kawai, Y Cao, M Harada, S Tomita, N Okada, M Hasegawa
Journal of Molecular Evolution 53 (4-5), 508-516, 2001
Interordinal relationships and timescale of eutherian evolution as inferred from mitochondrial genome data
Y Cao, M Fujiwara, M Nikaido, N Okada, M Hasegawa
Gene 259 (1-2), 149-158, 2000
Genealogy of families of SINEs in cetaceans and artiodactyls: the presence of a huge superfamily of tRNA (Glu)-derived families of SINEs.
M Shimamura, H Abe, M Nikaido, K Ohshima, N Okada
Molecular biology and evolution 16 (8), 1046-1060, 1999
A retroposon analysis of Afrotherian phylogeny
H Nishihara, Y Satta, M Nikaido, JGM Thewissen, MJ Stanhope, N Okada
Molecular biology and evolution 22 (9), 1823-1833, 2005
Balaenoptera omurai is a newly discovered baleen whale that represents an ancient evolutionary lineage
T Sasaki, M Nikaido, S Wada, TK Yamada, Y Cao, M Hasegawa, N Okada
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 41 (1), 40-52, 2006
Extensive mitochondrial gene arrangements in coleoid Cephalopoda and their phylogenetic implications
T Akasaki, M Nikaido, K Tsuchiya, S Segawa, M Hasegawa, N Okada
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 38 (3), 648-658, 2006
Ancient SINEs from African endemic mammals
M Nikaido, H Nishihara, Y Hukumoto, N Okada
Molecular Biology and Evolution 20 (4), 522-527, 2003
Environmental DNA enables detection of terrestrial mammals from forest pond water
M Ushio, H Fukuda, T Inoue, K Makoto, O Kishida, K Sato, K Murata, ...
Molecular Ecology Resources 17 (6), e63-e75, 2017
Monophyletic origin of the order Chiroptera and its phylogenetic position among Mammalia, as inferred from the complete sequence of the mitochondrial DNA of a Japanese megabat …
M Nikaido, M Harada, Y Cao, M Hasegawa, N Okada
Journal of Molecular Evolution 51 (4), 318-328, 2000
The status of the Japanese and East Asian bats of the genus Myotis (Vespertilionidae) based on mitochondrial sequences
K Kawai, M Nikaido, M Harada, S Matsumura, LK Lin, Y Wu, M Hasegawa, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 28 (2), 297-307, 2003
Coelacanth genomes reveal signatures for evolutionary transition from water to land
M Nikaido, H Noguchi, H Nishihara, A Toyoda, Y Suzuki, R Kajitani, ...
Genome research 23 (10), 1740-1748, 2013
Intra-and interfamily relationships of Vespertilionidae inferred by various molecular markers including SINE insertion data
K Kawai, M Nikaido, M Harada, S Matsumura, LK Lin, Y Wu, M Hasegawa, ...
Journal of Molecular Evolution 55 (3), 284-301, 2002
Baleen whale phylogeny and a past extensive radiation event revealed by SINE insertion analysis
M Nikaido, H Hamilton, H Makino, T Sasaki, K Takahashi, M Goto, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 23 (5), 866-873, 2006
Afrotherian phylogeny as inferred from complete mitochondrial genomes
Y Murata, M Nikaido, T Sasaki, Y Cao, Y Fukumoto, M Hasegawa, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 28 (2), 253-260, 2003
Molecular phylogenetic study on the origin and evolution of Mustelidae
T Yonezawa, M Nikaido, N Kohno, Y Fukumoto, N Okada, M Hasegawa
Gene 396 (1), 1-12, 2007
First application of the SINE (short interspersed repetitive element) method to infer phylogenetic relationships in reptiles: an example from the turtle superfamily Testudinoidea
T Sasaki, K Takahashi, M Nikaido, S Miura, Y Yasukawa, N Okada
Molecular Biology and Evolution 21 (4), 705-715, 2004
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