• Publications
  • Influence
Characterization of limes (Citrus aurantifolia) grown in Bhutan and Indonesia using high-throughput sequencing
The analysis suggests that the properties associated with asexual reproduction, and somatic homologous recombination, have contributed to the genetic diversification of limes.
RAD-Seq analysis of typical and minor Citrus accessions, including Bhutanese varieties
The reduced-representation genome sequences of Citrus species are analyzed by double-digest restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (ddRAD-Seq) using 44 accessions and confirmed the previous proposition that Mexican lime is a hybrid between papeda and citron, and also suggested that Himalayan Lime is a probable hybrid between mandarin andcitron.
Phylogenetic relationships of Aurantioideae (Rutaceae) based on RAD-Seq
The RAD-Seq data produced phylogenetic trees with high support values, clear discriminations based on branch length, and elucidations of early branching events, providing a valuable insight into the genetic relationships of the subfamily Aurantioideae in the family Rutaceae.
Demonstration of high-molecular-weight kininogen in kininogen-deficient rat kidneys.
It is demonstrated by specific radioimmunoassay that the amount of immunoreactive HK antigen in the B/N-Ka kidney was almost the same as that found in the normal Brown Norway rat (Brown Norway Kitasato, B/n-Ki).
Synthesis of a 6H-pyrazolo[4,5,1-de]acridin-6-one derivative: A useful intermediate of antitumour agents
A 6H-pyrazolo[4,5,1-de]acridin-6-one derivative, a useful intermediate of antitumor agents, was prepared by a facile synthetic route from 2-bromobenzoic acid and 6-nitroindazole involving a
Characterization of chloroplast matK sequences of Citrus tachibana and Citrus depressa, two indigenous species in Japan
Both Citrus tachibana and C. depressa are indigenous mandarin species in Japan and probably possess a characteristic chloroplast genome among various Citrus species, according to the phylogenetic relationships deduced from nucleotide sequences of thechloroplast matK gene.
Metal-ion-facilitated oxidations of dihydropyridines with molecular oxygen and hydrogen peroxide
Some bivalent metal ions such as alkaline-earth metal ions promoted the O2- and H2O2-oxidations of 3,5-disubstituted 1,4-dihydropyridines in acetonitrile; particularly, the presence of Ca2+ in excess