Yasuhiro Go
Yasuhiro Go
Associate Professor, Exploratory Research Center on Life and Living Systems (ExCELLS), National
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Lineage-specific loss of function of bitter taste receptor genes in humans and nonhuman primates
Y Go, Y Satta, O Takenaka, N Takahata
Genetics 170 (1), 313-326, 2005
Degeneration of olfactory receptor gene repertories in primates: no direct link to full trichromatic vision
A Matsui, Y Go, Y Niimura
Molecular biology and evolution 27 (5), 1192-1200, 2010
Similar numbers but different repertoires of olfactory receptor genes in humans and chimpanzees
Y Go, Y Niimura
Molecular biology and evolution 25 (9), 1897-1907, 2008
Bidirectional promoters are the major source of gene activation-associated non-coding RNAs in mammals
M Uesaka, O Nishimura, Y Go, K Nakashima, K Agata, T Imamura
BMC genomics 15 (1), 35, 2014
The life history of retrocopies illuminates the evolution of new mammalian genes
FN Carelli, T Hayakawa, Y Go, H Imai, M Warnefors, H Kaessmann
Genome research 26 (3), 301-314, 2016
Lineage-specific expansions and contractions of the bitter taste receptor gene repertoire in vertebrates
Y Go
Molecular Biology and Evolution 23 (5), 964-972, 2006
PRINS analysis of the telomeric sequence in seven lemurs
Y Go, G Rakotoarisoa, Y Kawamoto, A Randrianjafy, N Koyama, H Hirai
Chromosome Research 8 (1), 57-65, 2000
Mhc-DRB genes evolution in lemurs
Y Go, Y Satta, Y Kawamoto, G Rakotoarisoa, A Randrianjafy, N Koyama, ...
Immunogenetics 54 (6), 403-417, 2002
Frequent expansions of the bitter taste receptor gene repertoire during evolution of mammals in the Euarchontoglires clade
T Hayakawa, N Suzuki-Hashido, A Matsui, Y Go
Molecular biology and evolution 31 (8), 2018-2031, 2014
Diversification of bitter taste receptor gene family in western chimpanzees
T Sugawara, Y Go, T Udono, N Morimura, M Tomonaga, H Hirai, H Imai
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (2), 921-931, 2011
Identification of non-taster Japanese macaques for a specific bitter taste
N Suzuki, T Sugawara, A Matsui, Y Go, H Hirai, H Imai
Primates 51 (4), 285-289, 2010
Frequent segmental sequence exchanges and rapid gene duplication characterize the MHC class I genes in lemurs
Y Go, Y Satta, Y Kawamoto, G Rakotoarisoa, A Randrianjafy, N Koyama, ...
Immunogenetics 55 (7), 450-461, 2003
Eco-geographical diversification of bitter taste receptor genes (TAS2Rs) among subspecies of chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes)
T Hayakawa, T Sugawara, Y Go, T Udono, H Hirai, H Imai
PloS one 7 (8), 2012
Regional DNA methylation differences between humans and chimpanzees are associated with genetic changes, transcriptional divergence and disease genes
K Fukuda, K Ichiyanagi, Y Yamada, Y Go, T Udono, S Wada, T Maeda, ...
Journal of human genetics 58 (7), 446-454, 2013
Human-specific features of spatial gene expression and regulation in eight brain regions
C Xu, Q Li, O Efimova, L He, S Tatsumoto, V Stepanova, T Oishi, T Udono, ...
Genome research 28 (8), 1097-1110, 2018
Single-neuron and genetic correlates of autistic behavior in macaque
K Yoshida, Y Go, I Kushima, A Toyoda, A Fujiyama, H Imai, N Saito, A Iriki, ...
Science advances 2 (9), e1600558, 2016
Body mass of wild ring-tailed lemurs in Berenty Reserve, Madagascar, with reference to tick infestation: a preliminary analysis
N Koyama, M Aimi, Y Kawamoto, H Hirai, Y Go, S Ichino, Y Takahata
Primates 49 (1), 9-15, 2008
Direct estimation of de novo mutation rates in a chimpanzee parent-offspring trio by ultra-deep whole genome sequencing
S Tatsumoto, Y Go, K Fukuta, H Noguchi, T Hayakawa, M Tomonaga, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
Rapid expansion of phenylthiocarbamide non-tasters among Japanese macaques
N Suzuki-Hashido, T Hayakawa, A Matsui, Y Go, Y Ishimaru, T Misaka, ...
PloS one 10 (7), 2015
Chromosomal localization of 18S rDNA and telomere sequence in the aye-aye, Daubentonia madagascariensis
G Rakotoarisoa, Y Hirai, Y Go, Y Kawamoto, T Shima, N Koyama, ...
Genes & genetic systems 75 (5), 299-303, 2000
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