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Department of Wildlife Science (Nagoya Railroad Co., Ltd.), Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

ACHIEVEMENTS

Publications

  • Rebecca N. Johnson, Denis O’Meally, Zhiliang Chen, Graham J. Etherington, Simon Y. W. Ho, Will J. Nash, Catherine E. Grueber, Yuanyuan Cheng, Camilla M. Whittington, Siobhan Dennison, Emma Peel, Wilfried Haerty, Rachel J. O’Neill, Don Colgan, Tonia L.Russell, David E. Alquezar-Planas, Val Attenbrow, Jason G. Bragg, Parice A. Brandies, Amanda Yoon-Yee Chong, Janine E. Deakin, Federica Di Palma, Zachary Duda, Mark D. B. Eldridge, Kyle M. Ewart, Carolyn J. Hogg, Greta J. Frankham, Arthur Georges, Amber K. Gillett, Merran Govendir, Alex D. Greenwood, Takashi Hayakawa, Kristofer M. Helgen, Matthew Hobbs, Clare E. Holleley, Thomas N. Heider, Elizabeth A. Jones, Andrew King, Danielle Madden, Jennifer A. Marshall Graves, Katrina M. Morris, Linda E. Neaves, Hardip R. Patel, Adam Polkinghorne, Marilyn B. Renfree, Charles Robin, Ryan Salinas, Kyriakos Tsangaras, Paul D. Waters, Shafagh A. Waters, Belinda Wright, Marc R. Wilkins, Peter Timms, Katherine Belov. Adaptation and conservation insights from the koala genome. Nature Genetics. [DOI]
  • Takashi Hayakawa, Akiko Sawada, Akifumi S. Tanabe, Shinji Fukuda, Takushi Kishida, Yosuke Kurihara, Kei Matsushima, Jie Liu, Etienne‑Francois Akomo‑Okoue, Waleska Gravena, Makoto Kashima, Mariko Suzuki, Kohmei Kadowaki, Takafumi Suzumura, Eiji Inoue, Hideki Sugiura, Goro Hanya, Kiyokazu Agata. Primates (in press). [PUBMED]
  • Keiko Moriya-Ito, Takashi Hayakawa, Hikoyu Suzuki, Kimiko Hagino-Yamagishi, Masato Nikaido. Evolution of vomeronasal receptor 1 (V1R) genes in the common marmoset (Callithrix jacchus). Gene 642: 343–353 (2018). [PUBMED]
  • Goro Hanya, Senri Naito, Erina Namioka, Yosuke Ueda, Yo Sato, Josue Alejandro Pastrana, Tianmeng He, Xiaochan Yan, Miho Saito, Raquel Filomena Pereira Costa, Morgane Allanic, Takeaki Honda, Yosuke Kurihara, Takakazu Yumoto, Takashi Hayakawa. Morphometric and Genetic Determination of Age Class and Sex for Fecal Pellets of Sika Deer (Cervus nippon).Mammal Study 42: 239-246. (2017). [BioOne]
  • Shoji Tatsumoto, Yasuhiro Go, Kentaro Fukuta, Hideki Noguchi, Takashi Hayakawa, Masaki Tomonaga, Hirohisa Hirai, Tetsuro Matsuzawa, Kiyokazu Agata, Asao Fujiyama. Direct estimation of de novo mutation rates in a chimpanzee parent-offspring trio by ultra-deep whole genome sequencing. Scientific Reports 7: 13561 (2017). [PUBMED]
  • Laurentia Henrieta Permita Sari Purba, Kanthi Arum Widayati, Kei Tsutsui, Nami Suzuki-Hashido, Takashi Hayakawa, Sarah Nila, Bambang Suryobroto, Hiroo Imai. Functional characterization of the TAS2R38 bitter taste receptor for phenylthiocarbamide in colobine monkeys. Biology Letters 13: 20160834 (2017). [PUBMED]
  • Kei Tsutsui, Masahiro Otoh, Kodama Sakurai, Nami Suzuki-Hashido, Takashi Hayakawa, Takumi Misaka, Yoshiro Ishimaru, Filippo Aureli, Amanda D. Melin, Shoji Kawamura, Hiroo Imai. Variation in ligand responses of the bitter taste receptors TAS2R1 and TAS2R4 among New World monkeys. BMC evolutionary biology 16: 208 (2016). [PUBMED]
  • Hirokazu Toju, Satoshi Yamamoto, Akifumi S. Tanabe, Takashi Hayakawa, Hiroshi S. Ishii. Network modules and hubs in plant-root fungal biomes. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13: 20151097 (2016). [PUBMED]
  • Francesco Nicola Carelli, Takashi Hayakawa, Yasuhiro Go, Hiroo Imai, Maria Warnefors, Henrik Kaessmann. The life history of retrocopies illuminates the evolution of new mammalian genes. Genome Research in press. [PUBMED]
  • Takashi Hayakawa. Taste of chimpanzee foods. Mahale Chimpanzees: 50 Years of Research. (Michio Nakamura, Kazuhiko Hosaka, Noriko Itoh, Koichiro Zamma. eds.). pp 246-258. Cambridge University Press (2015). [Cambridge University Press]
  • Nami Suzuki-Hashido, Takashi Hayakawa, Atsushi Matsui, Yasuhiro Go, Yoshiro Ishimaru, Takumi Misaka, Keiko Abe, Hirohisa Hirai, Yoko Satta, Hiroo Imai. Rapid expansion of phenylthiocarbamide non-tasters among Japanese macaques. PLOS ONE 10: e0132016 (2015). [PUBMED]

バナースペース

Department of Wildlife Science (Nagoya Railroad Co., Ltd.), Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University

Primate Research Institute,
Kyoto University, Kanrin 41-2
Inuyama, Aichi 484-8506, JAPAN