Masafumi Hirono
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Structures of SAS-6 suggest its organization in centrioles
M van Breugel, M Hirono, A Andreeva, H Yanagisawa, S Yamaguchi, ...
Science 331 (6021), 1196-1199, 2011
SAS-6 is a cartwheel protein that establishes the 9-fold symmetry of the centriole
Y Nakazawa, M Hiraki, R Kamiya, M Hirono
Current Biology 17 (24), 2169-2174, 2007
Bld10p constitutes the cartwheel-spoke tip and stabilizes the 9-fold symmetry of the centriole
M Hiraki, Y Nakazawa, R Kamiya, M Hirono
Current Biology 17 (20), 1778-1783, 2007
Bld10p, a novel protein essential for basal body assembly in Chlamydomonas: localization to the cartwheel, the first ninefold symmetrical structure appearing during assembly
K Matsuura, PA Lefebvre, R Kamiya, M Hirono
The Journal of cell biology 165 (5), 663-671, 2004
Tubulin polyglutamylation regulates axonemal motility by modulating activities of inner-arm dyneins
T Kubo, H Yanagisawa, T Yagi, M Hirono, R Kamiya
Current Biology 20 (5), 441-445, 2010
Tetrahymena actin: cloning and sequencing of the Tetrahymena actin gene and identification of its gene product
M Hirono, H Endoh, N Okada, O Numata, Y Watanabe
Journal of molecular biology 194 (2), 181-192, 1987
Chlamydomonas Inner-Arm Dynein Mutant, ida5, Has a Mutation in an Actin-encoding Gene
T Kato-Minoura, M Hirono, R Kamiya
The Journal of cell biology 137 (3), 649-656, 1997
An axonemal dynein particularly important for flagellar movement at high viscosity implications from a new chlamydomonas mutant deficient in the dynein heavy chain gene dhc9
T Yagi, I Minoura, A Fujiwara, R Saito, T Yasunaga, M Hirono, R Kamiya
Journal of Biological Chemistry 280 (50), 41412-41420, 2005
The role of retrograde intraflagellar transport in flagellar assembly, maintenance, and function
BD Engel, H Ishikawa, KA Wemmer, S Geimer, K Wakabayashi, M Hirono, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 199 (1), 151-167, 2012
Oda5p, a novel axonemal protein required for assembly of the outer dynein arm and an associated adenylate kinase
M Wirschell, G Pazour, A Yoda, M Hirono, R Kamiya, GB Witman
Molecular biology of the cell 15 (6), 2729-2741, 2004
Purification of Tetrahymena actin reveals some unusual properties
M Hirono, Y Kumagai, O Numata, Y Watanabe
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (1), 75-79, 1989
Cartwheel assembly
M Hirono
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 369 …, 2014
Rib72, a conserved protein associated with the ribbon compartment of flagellar A-microtubules and potentially involved in the linkage between outer doublet microtubules
K Ikeda, JA Brown, T Yagi, JM Norrander, M Hirono, E Eccleston, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 278 (9), 7725-7734, 2003
Phototactic activity in Chlamydomonas' non-phototactic'mutants deficient in Ca2+-dependent control of flagellar dominance or in inner-arm dynein
N Okita, N Isogai, M Hirono, R Kamiya, K Yoshimura
Journal of cell science 118 (3), 529-537, 2005
Tetrahymena Actin: Localization and Possible Biological Roles of Actin in Tetrahymena Cells
The Journal of Biochemistry 102 (3), 537-545, 1987
Discrete PIH proteins function in the cytoplasmic preassembly of different subsets of axonemal dyneins
R Yamamoto, M Hirono, R Kamiya
Journal of Cell Biology 190 (1), 65-71, 2010
The MIA complex is a conserved and novel dynein regulator essential for normal ciliary motility
R Yamamoto, K Song, H Yanagisawa, L Fox, T Yagi, M Wirschell, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 201 (2), 263-278, 2013
TTC26/DYF13 is an intraflagellar transport protein required for transport of motility-related proteins into flagella
H Ishikawa, T Ide, T Yagi, X Jiang, M Hirono, H Sasaki, H Yanagisawa, ...
Elife 3, e01566, 2014
The mouse ortholog of EFHC1 implicated in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy is an axonemal protein widely conserved among organisms with motile cilia and flagella
T Ikeda, K Ikeda, M Enomoto, MK Park, M Hirono, R Kamiya
FEBS letters 579 (3), 819-822, 2005
Tetrahymena Profilin Is Localized in the Division Furrow
M Edamatsu, M Hirono, Y Watanabe
The Journal of Biochemistry 112 (5), 637-642, 1992
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