|Engineered CRISPR-Cas9 nuclease with expanded targeting space|
H Nishimasu, X Shi, S Ishiguro, L Gao, S Hirano, S Okazaki, T Noda, ...
Science 361 (6408), 1259-1262, 2018
|Genome engineering uncovers 54 evolutionarily conserved and testis-enriched genes that are not required for male fertility in mice|
H Miyata, JM Castaneda, Y Fujihara, Z Yu, DR Archambeault, A Isotani, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (28), 7704-7710, 2016
|Feasibility for a large scale mouse mutagenesis by injecting CRISPR/Cas plasmid into zygotes|
D Mashiko, SAM Young, M Muto, H Kato, K Nozawa, M Ogawa, T Noda, ...
Development, growth & differentiation 56 (1), 122-129, 2014
|CRISPR/Cas9 mediated genome editing in ES cells and its application for chimeric analysis in mice|
A Oji, T Noda (equal first), Y Fujihara, H Miyata, YJ Kim, M Muto, ...
Scientific Reports 6, 31666, 2016
|Relationship between cyclic AMP‐dependent protein tyrosine phosphorylation and extracellular calcium during hyperactivation of boar spermatozoa|
H Harayama, T Noda, S Ishikawa, O Shidara
Molecular reproduction and development 79 (10), 727-739, 2012
|CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome editing reveals 30 testis-enriched genes dispensable for male fertility in mice|
Y Lu, S Oura, T Matsumura, A Oji, N Sakurai, Y Fujihara, K Shimada, ...
Biology of reproduction 101 (2), 501-511, 2019
|Identification of multiple male reproductive tract-specific proteins that regulate sperm migration through the oviduct in mice|
Y Fujihara, T Noda (equal first), K Kobayashi, A Oji, S Kobayashi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (37), 18498-18506, 2019
|Genome editing in mouse zygotes and embryonic stem cells by introducing SgRNA/Cas9 expressing plasmids|
T Noda, A Oji, M Ikawa
Genome Editing in Animals, 67-80, 2017
|Distinct segment‐specific functions of calyculin A‐sensitive protein phosphatases in the regulation of cAMP‐triggered events in ejaculated bull spermatozoa|
Y Mizuno, A Isono, A Kojima, MM Arai, T Noda, M Sakase, M Fukushima, ...
Molecular Reproduction and Development 82 (3), 232-250, 2015
|Protein biomarkers for male AI-subfertility in bovine spermatozoa|
H Harayama, K Minami, K Kishida, T Noda
Reproductive Medicine and Biology 16 (2), 89-98, 2017
|Roles of extracellular Ca2+ in the occurrence of full‐type hyperactivation in boar ejaculated spermatozoa pre‐incubated to induce the cAMP‐triggered events|
A Kojima, Y Matsushita, Y Ogura, S Ishikawa, T Noda, T Murase, ...
Andrology 3 (2), 321-331, 2015
|Nine genes abundantly expressed in the epididymis are not essential for male fecundity in mice|
T Noda, N Sakurai, K Nozawa, S Kobayashi, DJ Devlin, MM Matzuk, ...
Andrology 7 (5), 644-653, 2019
|Evidence of the existence of adenylyl cyclase 10 (ADCY10) ortholog proteins in the heads and connecting pieces of boar spermatozoa|
K Nakamura, C Suzuki, N Taichi, L Jibak, H Harayama
Journal of Reproduction and Development 56 (2), 271-278, 2010
|Sperm proteins SOF1, TMEM95, and SPACA6 are required for sperm− oocyte fusion in mice|
T Noda, Y Lu, Y Fujihara, S Oura, T Koyano, S Kobayashi, MM Matzuk, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (21), 11493-11502, 2020
|Novel approach for the detection of the vestiges of testicular mRNA splicing errors in mature spermatozoa of Japanese Black bulls|
T Noda, M Sakase, M Fukushima, H Harayama
PloS one 8 (2), e57296, 2013
|Detection of the activator cAMP responsive element modulator (CREM) isoform ortholog proteins in porcine spermatids and sperm|
T Noda, O Shidara, H Harayama
Theriogenology 77 (7), 1360-1368, 2012
|Seminal vesicle secretory protein 7, PATE4, is not required for sperm function but for copulatory plug formation to ensure fecundity|
T Noda, Y Fujihara, T Matsumura, S Oura, S Kobayashi, M Ikawa
Biology of reproduction 100 (4), 1035-1045, 2019
|Spermatozoa lacking Fertilization Influencing Membrane Protein (FIMP) fail to fuse with oocytes in mice|
Y Fujihara, Y Lu, T Noda, A Oji, T Larasati, K Kojima-Kita, Z Yu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (17), 9393-9400, 2020
|Chimeric analysis with newly established EGFP/DsRed2-tagged ES cells identify HYDIN as essential for spermiogenesis in mice|
S Oura, H Miyata, T Noda, K Shimada, T Matsumura, A Morohoshi, ...
Experimental animals, 18-0071, 2018
|Expression patterns of the activator type of cAMP responsive element modulator (CREM) in testicular germ cells of Japanese Black bulls|
T Noda, K Minami, A Kojima, Y Mizuno, A Isono, M Sakase, M Fukushima, ...
Theriogenology 81 (8), 1012-1020, 2014