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Motonori Ota
Motonori Ota
E-mail megerősítve itt: i.nagoya-u.ac.jp
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Integrative annotation of 21,037 human genes validated by full-length cDNA clones
T Imanishi, T Itoh, Y Suzuki, C O'donovan, S Fukuchi, KO Koyanagi, ...
PLoS biology 2 (6), e162, 2004
4242004
Strong hydrophobic nature of cysteine residues in proteins
N Nagano, M Ota, K Nishikawa
FEBS letters 458 (1), 69-71, 1999
1751999
The protein mutant database
T Kawabata, M Ota, K Nishikawa
Nucleic acids research 27 (1), 355-357, 1999
1711999
Prediction of catalytic residues in enzymes based on known tertiary structure, stability profile, and sequence conservation
M Ota, K Kinoshita, K Nishikawa
Journal of Molecular Biology 327 (5), 1053-1064, 2003
1082003
DNA Data Bank of Japan (DDBJ) in collaboration with mass sequencing teams
Y Tateno, S Miyazaki, M Ota, H Sugawara, T Gojobori
Nucleic Acids Research 28 (1), 24-26, 2000
1062000
IDEAL: intrinsically disordered proteins with extensive annotations and literature
S Fukuchi, S Sakamoto, Y Nobe, SD Murakami, T Amemiya, K Hosoda, ...
Nucleic acids research 40 (D1), D507-D511, 2012
1022012
IDEAL in 2014 illustrates interaction networks composed of intrinsically disordered proteins and their binding partners
S Fukuchi, T Amemiya, S Sakamoto, Y Nobe, K Hosoda, Y Kado, ...
Nucleic acids research 42 (D1), D320-D325, 2014
902014
GTOP: a database of protein structures predicted from genome sequences
T Kawabata, S Fukuchi, K Homma, M Ota, J Araki, T Ito, N Ichiyoshi, ...
Nucleic Acids Research 30 (1), 294-298, 2002
882002
Stagnant motions in Hamiltonian systems
Y Aizawa, Y Kikuchi, T Harayama, K Yamamoto, M Ota, K Tanaka
Progress of Theoretical Physics Supplement 98, 36-82, 1989
851989
Genes from nine genomes are separated into their organisms in the dinucleotide composition space
H Nakashima, M Ota, K Nishikawa, T Ooi
DNA Research 5 (5), 251-259, 1998
761998
Two distinct mechanisms for actin capping protein regulation—steric and allosteric inhibition
S Takeda, S Minakata, R Koike, I Kawahata, A Narita, M Kitazawa, M Ota, ...
PLoS biology 8 (7), e1000416, 2010
722010
Phylogeny of protein-folding trajectories reveals a unique pathway to native structure
M Ota, M Ikeguchi, A Kidera
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (51), 17658-17663, 2004
662004
PSCDB: a database for protein structural change upon ligand binding
T Amemiya, R Koike, A Kidera, M Ota
Nucleic acids research 40 (D1), D554-D558, 2012
542012
Design and synthesis of a globin fold
Y Isogai, M Ota, T Fujisawa, H Izuno, M Mukai, H Nakamura, T Iizuka, ...
Biochemistry 38 (23), 7431-7443, 1999
491999
A systematic investigation identifies a significant number of probable pseudogenes in the Escherichia coli genome
K Homma, S Fukuchi, T Kawabata, M Ota, K Nishikawa
Gene 294 (1-2), 25-33, 2002
472002
Optimum particle size distribution of an electrorheological fluid
M Ota, T Miyamoto
Journal of applied physics 76 (9), 5528-5532, 1994
471994
A hyperthermophilic protein acquires function at the cost of stability
A Mukaiyama, M Haruki, M Ota, Y Koga, K Takano, S Kanaya
Biochemistry 45 (42), 12673-12679, 2006
462006
Experimental verification of thestability profile of mutant protein'(SPMP) data using mutant human lysozymes
K Takano, M Ota, K Ogasahara, Y Yamagata, K Nishikawa, K Yutani
Protein engineering 12 (8), 663-672, 1999
461999
Assessment of pseudo-energy potentials by the best-five test: a new use of the three-dimensional profiles of proteins.
M Ota, K Nishikawa
Protein engineering 10 (4), 339-351, 1997
431997
An assignment of intrinsically disordered regions of proteins based on NMR structures
M Ota, R Koike, T Amemiya, T Tenno, PR Romero, H Hiroaki, AK Dunker, ...
Journal of structural biology 181 (1), 29-36, 2013
402013
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