Natsuki Motoi

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Embryonic stem (ES) cells are thought to have unique chromatin structures responsible for their capacity for self-renewal and pluripotency. To examine this possibility, we sought nuclear proteins in mouse ES cells that specifically bind to histones using a pull-down assay with synthetic peptides of histone H3 and H4 tail domain as baits. Nuclear proteins(More)
A Xenopus laevis homolog of nucleophosmin/nucleoplasmin3 (NPM3), no29, has been previously identified as a thyroid hormone (TH)-response gene during TH-induced metamorphosis. X. laevis has another NPM3 homolog (npm3) in the pseudo-tetraploid genome, whereas X. tropicalis possesses one ortholog in the diploid genome. To assess the possible roles of these(More)
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