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<2017>

  • (137)Shimatani, Zenpei, et al. "Targeted base editing in rice and tomato using a CRISPR-Cas9 cytidine deaminase fusion." Nature Biotechnology (2017).[Journal site]
  • (136)Ueta, Risa, et al. "Rapid breeding of parthenocarpic tomato plants using CRISPR/Cas9." Scientific Reports 7.1 (2017): 507.[Journal site]
  • (135)Hao, Shuhei, Tohru Ariizumi, and Hiroshi Ezura. "SEXUAL STERILITY is Essential for Both Male and Female Gametogenesis in Tomato." Plant & cell physiology (2017).[Journal site]
  • (134)Takayama, Mariko, et al. "Activating glutamate decarboxylase activity by removing the autoinhibitory domain leads to hyper γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) accumulation in tomato fruit." Plant Cell Reports 36.1 (2017): 103-116.[Journal site]
  • (133)Hano, Shohei, et al. "Serotonin content in fresh and processed tomatoes and its accumulation during fruit development." Scientia Horticulturae 214 (2017): 107-113.[Journal site]

<2016>

  • (132)Garcia, Virginie, et al. "Rapid identification of causal mutations in tomato EMS populations via mapping-by-sequencing." Nature Protocols 11.12 (2016): 2401-2418.[Journal site]
  • (131)Kudo, Toru, et al. "TOMATOMICS: A Web Database for Integrated Omics Information in Tomato." Plant and Cell Physiology (2016).[Journal site]
  • (130)Nakamura, Yukino, et al. "CATchUP: A web database for spatiotemporally regulated genes." Plant and Cell Physiology (2016): pcw199.[Journal site]
  • (129)Müller, Florian, et al. "High-Temperature-Induced Defects in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Anther and Pollen Development Are Associated with Reduced Expression of B-Class Floral Patterning Genes." PloS one 11.12 (2016): e0167614.[Journal site]
  • (128)Wang, Ning, et al. "Involvement of vacuolar processing enzyme SlVPE5 in post-transcriptional process of invertase in sucrose accumulation in tomato." Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 108 (2016): 71-78.[Journal site]
  • (127)Kunishima, Mikiko, et al. "Identification of (Z)-3:(E)-2-hexenal isomerases essential to the production of the leaf aldehyde in plants." Journal of Biological Chemistry 291.27 (2016): 14023-14033.[Journal site]
  • (126)Zaki, H. E., et al, ''A comparative in vitro study of salt tolerance in cultivated tomato and related wild species.''Plant Biotechnology 33.5 (2016): 361-372.[Journal site]
  • (125)Ikeda, Hiroki, et al. "Physiological Mechanisms Accounting for the Lower Incidence of Blossom-end Rot in Tomato Introgression Line IL8-3 Fruit." The Horticulture Journal (2016): OKD-015.[Journal site]
  • (124)Sasaki, Takayuki, et al. "Two Members of the Aluminum-Activated Malate Transporter Family, SlALMT4 and SlALMT5, are Expressed during Fruit Development, and the Overexpression of SlALMT5 Alters Organic Acid Contents in Seeds in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Plant and Cell Physiology (2016): pcw157.[Journal site]
  • (123)Fernandez-Moreno, Josefina-Patricia, et al. "Characterization of a new pink fruit tomato mutant result in the identification of a null allele of the SlMYB12 transcription factor." Plant physiology (2016): pp-00282.[Journal site]
  • (122)Honjoh, Ken-ichi, et al. "Possibilities for Contamination of Tomato Fruit by Listeria monocytogenes during Cultivation." Food Science and Technology Research 22.3 (2016): 349-357.[Journal site]
  • (121)Lu, Yu, et al. "Characterization of ubiquitin ligase SlATL31 and proteomic analysis of 14-3-3 targets in tomato fruit tissue (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Journal of proteomics 143 (2016): 254-264.[Journal site]
  • (120)Thagun, Chonprakun, et al. "Jasmonate-responsive ERF transcription factors regulate steroidal glycoalkaloid biosynthesis in tomato." Plant and Cell Physiology (2016): pcw067.[Journal site]
  • (119)Ikeda, Hiroki, et al. "Dynamic metabolic regulation by a chromosome segment from a wild relative during fruit development in a tomato introgression line, IL8-3." Plant and Cell Physiology 57.6 (2016): 1257-1270.[Journal site]
  • (118)Kudo, Toru, et al. "Identification of reference genes for quantitative expression analysis using large-scale RNA-seq data of Arabidopsis thaliana and model crop plants." Genes & genetic systems 91.2 (2016): 111-125.[Journal site]
  • (117)Ocarez, Nallatt, and Nilo Mejía. "Suppression of the D-class MADS-box AGL11 gene triggers seedlessness in fleshy fruits." Plant cell reports 35.1 (2016): 239-254.[Journal site]
  • (116)Wang, Ning, et al. "Involvement of vacuolar processing enzyme SlVPE5 in post-transcriptional process of invertase in sucrose accumulation in tomato." Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 108 (2016): 71-78.[Journal site]
  • (115)Nakashima, Taiken, et al. "Single-cell metabolite profiling of stalk and glandular cells of intact trichomes with internal electrode capillary pressure probe electrospray ionization mass spectrometry." Analytical chemistry 88.6 (2016): 3049-3057.[Journal site]
  • (114)Mubarok, Syariful, et al. "Favorable effects of the weak ethylene receptor mutation Sletr1-2 on postharvest fruit quality changes in tomatoes." Postharvest Biology and Technology 120 (2016): 1-9.[Journal site]
  • (113)Shirasawa, Kenta, et al. "Genome‐wide survey of artificial mutations induced by ethyl methanesulfonate and gamma rays in tomato." Plant biotechnology journal 14.1 (2016): 51-60.[Journal site]
  • (112)Kobayashi, Masaaki, Hajime Ohyanagi, and Kentaro Yano. "Databases for Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Research." Functional Genomics and Biotechnology in Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Crops. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016. 31-42.
  • (111)Ezura, Hiroshi. "Toward In Silico Design and Engineering of Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Crops." Functional Genomics and Biotechnology in Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Crops. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016. 251-258.
  • (110)Shinozaki, Yoshihito, and Kentaro Ezura. "Tomato Fruit Set and Its Modification Using Molecular Breeding Techniques." Functional Genomics and Biotechnology in Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Crops. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016. 93-112.
  • (109)Okabe, Yoshihiro, and Tohru Ariizumi. "Mutant Resources and TILLING Platforms in Tomato Research." Functional Genomics and Biotechnology in Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Crops. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016. 75-91.
  • (108)Shinozaki, Yoshihito, Hiroshi Ezura, and Tohru Ariizumi. "The role of ethylene in the regulation of ovary senescence and fruit set in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Plant signaling & behavior just-accepted (2016): 00-00.[Journal site]
  • (107)Shikata, Masahito, et al. "TOMATOMA update: phenotypic and metabolite information in the Micro-Tom mutant resource." Plant and Cell Physiology 57.1 (2016): e11-e11.[Journal site]
  • (106)Shikata, Masahito, and Hiroshi Ezura. "Micro-Tom Tomato as an Alternative Plant Model System: Mutant Collection and Efficient Transformation." Plant Signal Transduction: Methods and Protocols (2016): 47-55.[Journal site]
  • (105)Perry, Sharyn E., Qiaolin Zheng, and Yumei Zheng. "Transcriptome analysis indicates that GmAGAMOUS-Like 15 may enhance somatic embryogenesis by promoting a dedifferentiated state." Plant signaling & behavior 11.7 (2016): e1197463.[Journal site]

<2015>

  • (104)Suzuki, Miho, et al. "Plastid proteomic analysis in tomato fruit development." PloS one 10.9 (2015): e0137266.[Journal site]
  • (103)Nagata, Maki, et al. "Red/far red light controls arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization via jasmonic acid and strigolactone signaling." Plant and Cell Physiology 56.11 (2015): 2100-2109.[Journal site]
  • (102)Aoki K, (2015) ''Tomato as a model of fleshy fruit plants.'' Regulation of Plant Growth & Development, 50:125-132
  • (101)Huang, Yong-Xing, et al. "Overexpression of the phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase gene (SlPEPCK) promotes soluble sugar accumulation in fruit and post-germination growth of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Plant Biotechnology 32.4 (2015): 281-289.[Journal site]
  • (100)Huang, Yong-Xing, et al. "Phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase (PEPCK) deficiency affects the germination, growth and fruit sugar content in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 96 (2015): 417-425.[Journal site]
  • (99)The potential use of a weak ethylene receptor mutant Sletr1-2 as a breeding material to extend fruit shelf-life of tomato. Mubarok S., et al., (2015) J Agric Food Chem. 16;63(36):7995-8007[Journal site]
  • (98)Takayama, Mariko, and Hiroshi Ezura. "How and why does tomato accumulate a large amount of GABA in the fruit?." Frontiers in plant science 6 (2015): 612.[Journal site]
  • (97)Takayama, Mariko, et al. "Tomato glutamate decarboxylase genes SlGAD2 and SlGAD3 play key roles in regulating γ-aminobutyric acid levels in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Plant and Cell Physiology 56.8 (2015): 1533-1545.[Journal site]
  • (96)Shinozaki, Yoshihito, et al. "Ethylene suppresses tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) fruit set through modification of gibberellin metabolism." The Plant Journal 83.2 (2015): 237-251.[Journal site]
  • (95)Tsuchiya, Mutsumi, Shinobu Satoh, and Hiroaki Iwai. "Distribution of XTH, expansin, and secondary-wall-related CesA in floral and fruit abscission zones during fruit development in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Frontiers in plant science 6 (2015): 323.[Journal site]
  • (94)Motohashi, Reiko, et al. "Hydroponic Culture of ‘Micro-Tom’Tomato." Bio-protocol 5.19 (2015): e1613.[Journal site]
  • (93)Ueda, Hirokazu, et al. "Extracellular esterases of phylloplane yeast Pseudozyma antarctica induce defect on cuticle layer structure and water-holding ability of plant leaves." Applied microbiology and biotechnology 99.15 (2015): 6405-6415.[Journal site]
  • (92)Zhang, Ning, et al. "Functional characterization of an invertase inhibitor gene involved in sucrose metabolism in tomato fruit." Journal of Zhejiang University Science B 16.10 (2015): 845-856.[Journal site]
  • (91)Hou, Yali, et al. "The Persimmon 9-lipoxygenase Gene DkLOX3 Plays Positive Roles in Both Promoting Senescence and Enhancing Tolerance to Abiotic Stress." Frontiers in plant science 6 (2015).[Journal site]
  • (90)Yamauchi, Yasuo, et al. "Reactive short-chain leaf volatiles act as powerful inducers of abiotic stress-related gene expression." Scientific reports 5 (2015): 8030.[Journal site]
  • (89)Yamazaki, Haruaki, et al. "Live-imaging evaluation of the efficacy of elevated CO2 concentration in a closed cultivation system for the improvement of bioproduction in tomato fruits." Plant Biotechnology 32.1 (2015): 31-37.[Journal site]

<2014>

  • (88)Ohyanagi, Hajime, et al. "Plant Omics Data Center: an integrated web repository for interspecies gene expression networks with NLP-based curation." Plant and Cell Physiology (2014): pcu188.[Journal site]
  • (87)Sawai, Satoru, et al. "Sterol side chain reductase 2 is a key enzyme in the biosynthesis of cholesterol, the common precursor of toxic steroidal glycoalkaloids in potato." The Plant Cell 26.9 (2014): 3763-3774.[Journal site]
  • (86)Wada, Takuji, Asuka Kunihiro, and Rumi Tominaga-Wada. "Arabidopsis CAPRICE (MYB) and GLABRA3 (bHLH) control tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) anthocyanin biosynthesis." PloS one 9.9 (2014): e109093.[Journal site]
  • (85)Ariizumi, Tohru, et al. "Identification of the carotenoid modifying gene PALE YELLOW PETAL 1 as an essential factor in xanthophyll esterification and yellow flower pigmentation in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." The Plant Journal 79.3 (2014): 453-465.[Journal site]
  • (84)Chusreeaeom, Katarut, et al. "Regulatory change in cell division activity and genetic mapping of a tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) elongated-fruit mutant." Plant Biotechnology 31.2 (2014): 149-158.[Journal site]
  • (83)Reuscher, Stefan, et al. "The sugar transporter inventory of tomato: genome-wide identification and expression analysis." Plant and Cell Physiology 55.6 (2014): 1123-1141.[Journal site]
  • (82)Uraguchi, Shimpei, et al. "Generation of boron-deficiency-tolerant tomato by overexpressing an Arabidopsis thaliana borate transporter AtBOR1." From soil to seed: micronutrient movement into and within the plant (2014): 132.[Journal site]
  • (81)Takizawa, Ayami, et al. "Regulatory specialization of xyloglucan (XG) and glucuronoarabinoxylan (GAX) in pericarp cell walls during fruit ripening in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." PloS one 9.2 (2014): e89871.[Journal site]
  • (80)Chusreeaeom, Katarut, et al. "A novel tomato mutant, Solanum lycopersicumelongated fruit1 (Slelf1), exhibits an elongated fruit shape caused by increased cell layers in the proximal region of the ovary." Molecular Genetics and Genomics 289.3 (2014): 399-409.[Journal site]
  • (79)Fukami-Kobayashi, Kaoru, et al. "SABRE2: a database connecting plant EST/full-length cDNA clones with Arabidopsis information." Plant and Cell Physiology 55.1 (2014): e5-e5.[Journal site]

<2013>

  • (78)Ohyama, Kiyoshi, et al. "Biosynthesis of steroidal alkaloids in Solanaceae plants: involvement of an aldehyde intermediate during C-26 amination." Phytochemistry 89 (2013): 26-31.[Journal site]
  • (77)Kobayashi, Masaaki, et al. "Genome-wide analysis of intraspecific DNA polymorphism in ‘Micro-Tom’, a model cultivar of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Plant and Cell Physiology (2013): pct181.[Journal site]
  • (76)Ohyama, Kiyoshi, et al. "Biosynthesis of steroidal alkaloids in Solanaceae plants: involvement of an aldehyde intermediate during C-26 amination." Phytochemistry 89 (2013): 26-31.[Journal site]
  • (75)Iwase, Akira, et al. "Arabidopsis WIND1 induces callus formation in rapeseed, tomato, and tobacco." Plant signaling & behavior 8.12 (2013): e27432.[Journal site]
  • (74)Reuscher, Stefan, et al. "Genome-wide identification and expression analysis of aquaporins in tomato." PLoS One 8.11 (2013): e79052.[Journal site]
  • (73)Hyodo, Hiromi, et al. "Tissue Specific Localization of Pectin–Ca 2+ Cross-Linkages and Pectin Methyl-Esterification during Fruit Ripening in Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." PloS one 8.11 (2013): e78949.[Journal site]
  • (72)Baldet, Pierre, et al. "Investigating the role of vitamin C in tomato through TILLING identification of ascorbate-deficient tomato mutants." Plant Biotechnology 30.3 (2013): 309-314.[Journal site]
  • (71)Just, Daniel, et al. "Micro-Tom mutants for functional analysis of target genes and discovery of new alleles in tomato." Plant Biotechnology 30.3 (2013): 225-231.[Journal site]
  • (70)Someya, Tatsuhiko, et al. "Increased 1‐aminocyclopropane‐1‐carboxylate deaminase activity enhances Agrobacterium tumefaciens‐mediated gene delivery into plant cells." MicrobiologyOpen 2.5 (2013): 873-880.[Journal site]
  • (69)Mori, Kentaro, et al. "Comparative analysis of common genes involved in early fruit development in tomato and grape." Plant Biotechnology 30.3 (2013): 295-300.[Journal site]
  • (68)Goto, Yukihisa, et al. "Isolation and characterisation of the ADP-glucose pyrophosphorylase small subunit gene (AgpS1) promoter in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Plant Biotechnology 30.3 (2013): 279-286.[Journal site]
  • (67)Kimbara et al. ''Inhibition of CUTIN DEFICIENT 2 causes defects in cuticle function and structure and metabolite changes in tomato fruit.'' Plant Cell Physiol. (2013) 54(9): 1535-48.[Journal site]
  • (66)Hirakawa, Hideki, et al. "Genome-wide SNP genotyping to infer the effects on gene functions in tomato." DNA research 20.3 (2013): 221-233.[Journal site]
  • (65)Yan, Rui, et al. "Characterization of ripening-associated genes using a tomato DNA macroarray, 1-methylcyclopropene, and ripening-impaired mutants." Postharvest Biology and Technology 86 (2013): 159-170.[Journal site]
  • (64)Tominaga-Wada, Rumi, Yuka Nukumizu, and Takuji Wada. "Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) homologs of TRIPTYCHON (SlTRY) and GLABRA3 (SlGL3) are involved in anthocyanin accumulation." Plant signaling & behavior 8.7 (2013): e24575.[Journal site]
  • (63)Narusaka, Mari, et al. "Breaking restricted taxonomic functionality by dual resistance genes." Plant signaling & behavior 8.6 (2013): e55954.[Journal site]
  • (62)Iwai, Hiroaki, Azusa Terao, and Shinobu Satoh. "Changes in distribution of cell wall polysaccharides in floral and fruit abscission zones during fruit development in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Journal of plant research 126.3 (2013): 427-437.[Journal site]
  • (61)Aoki, Koh, et al. "Functional genomics of tomato in a post-genome-sequencing phase." Breeding science 63.1 (2013): 14-20.[Journal site]
  • (60)Ariizumi, Tohru, Yoshihito Shinozaki, and Hiroshi Ezura. "Genes that influence yield in tomato." Breeding science 63.1 (2013): 3-13.[Journal site]
  • (59)Okabe, Yoshihiro, Tohru Ariizumi, and Hiroshi Ezura. "Updating the micro-tom TILLING platform." Breeding science 63.1 (2013): 42-48.[Journal site]
  • (58)Shirasawa, Kenta, and Hideki Hirakawa. "DNA marker applications to molecular genetics and genomics in tomato." Breeding science 63.1 (2013): 21-30.[Journal site]
  • (57)Koike, Satoshi, et al. "Suppression of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) transaminases induces prominent GABA accumulation, dwarfism and infertility in the tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." Plant and cell physiology 54.5 (2013): 793-807.[Journal site]
  • (56)Narusaka, Mari, et al. "Interfamily transfer of dual NB-LRR genes confers resistance to multiple pathogens." PLoS One 8.2 (2013): e55954.[Journal site]
  • (55)Shirasawa, Kenta, et al. "Genome-wide association studies using single nucleotide polymorphism markers developed by re-sequencing of the genomes of cultivated tomato." DNA research 20.6 (2013): 593-603.[Journal site]
  • (54)Kurokawa, Natsuko, et al. "An E8 promoter–HSP terminator cassette promotes the high-level accumulation of recombinant protein predominantly in transgenic tomato fruits: a case study of miraculin." Plant cell reports 32.4 (2013): 529-536.[Journal site]
  • (53)Tominaga-Wada, Rumi, et al. "Control of plant trichome and root-hair development by a tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) R3 MYB transcription factor." PLoS One 8.1 (2013): e54019.[Journal site]
  • (52)Narusaka, Mari, et al. "Breaking restricted taxonomic functionality by dual resistance genes." Plant signaling & behavior 8.6 (2013): e55954.[Journal site]
  • (51)Tominaga-Wada, Rumi, Yuka Nukumizu, and Takuji Wada. "Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) homologs of TRIPTYCHON (SlTRY) and GLABRA3 (SlGL3) are involved in anthocyanin accumulation." Plant signaling & behavior 8.7 (2013): e24575.[Journal site]
  • (50)Terao, Azusa, et al. "Changes in the distribution of cell wall polysaccharides in early fruit pericarp and ovule, from fruit set to early fruit development, in tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Journal of plant research 126.5 (2013): 719-728.[Journal site]

<2012>

  • (49)Mounet, Fabien, et al. "Down-regulation of a single auxin efflux transport protein in tomato induces precocious fruit development." Journal of experimental botany 63.13 (2012): 4901-4917.[Journal site]
  • (48)Takashi, Yuasa, Ishibashi Yushi, and Iwaya-Inoue Mari. "A flower specific calcineurin B-like molecule (CBL)-interacting protein kinase (CIPK) homolog in tomato cultivar micro-tom (Solanum lycopersicum L.)." American Journal of Plant Sciences 2012 (2012).[Journal site]
  • (47)Okabe, Yoshihiro, et al. "Availability of Micro-Tom mutant library combined with TILLING in molecular breeding of tomato fruit shelf-life." Breeding science 62.2 (2012): 202-208.[Journal site]
  • (46)Miura, Kenji, et al. "Accumulation of antioxidants and antioxidant activity in tomato, Solanum lycopersicum, are enhanced by the transcription factor SlICE1." Plant Biotechnology 29.3 (2012): 261-269.[Journal site]
  • (45)Miura, Kenji, et al. "SlICE1 encoding a MYC-type transcription factor controls cold tolerance in tomato, Solanum lycopersicum." Plant Biotechnology 29.3 (2012): 253-260.[Journal site]
  • (44)Tomato Genome Consortium. "The tomato genome sequence provides insights into fleshy fruit evolution." Nature 485.7400 (2012): 635-641.[Journal site]
  • (43)Aouini, Asma, et al. "Characterisation of 13 glutamate receptor-like genes encoded in the tomato genome by structure, phylogeny and expression profiles." Gene 493.1 (2012): 36-43.[Journal site]
  • (42)Mishima, Tomoko, et al. "Investigation of possible situation of internalization of Salmonella Enteritidis in tomato fruits and bacterial survival during tomato plant cultivation." Food Science and Technology Research 18.6 (2012): 869-877.[Journal site]
  • (41)Asamizu, Erika, et al. "Mapping of Micro-Tom BAC-end sequences to the reference tomato genome reveals possible genome rearrangements and polymorphisms." International journal of plant genomics 2012 (2012).[Journal site]

<2011>

  • (40)Ejima, Chika, et al. "SNPs of CLAVATA receptors in tomato, in the context of root-knot nematode infection." Nematological Research 41.2 (2011): 35-40.[Journal site]
  • (39)Hirai, Tadayoshi, et al. "Uniform accumulation of recombinant miraculin protein in transgenic tomato fruit using a fruit-ripening-specific E8 promoter." Transgenic research 20.6 (2011): 1285-1292.[Journal site]
  • (38)Takahashi, Misa, et al. "Prolonged exposure to atmospheric nitrogen dioxide increases fruit yield of tomato plants." Plant Biotechnology 28.5 (2011): 485-487.[Journal site]
  • (37)Okabe, Yoshihiro, et al. "Tomato TILLING technology: development of a reverse genetics tool for the efficient isolation of mutants from Micro-Tom mutant libraries." Plant and cell physiology 52.11 (2011): 1994-2005.[Journal site]
  • (36)Hirai, Tadayoshi, et al. "The HSP terminator of Arabidopsis thaliana induces a high level of miraculin accumulation in transgenic tomatoes." Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 59.18 (2011): 9942-9949.[Journal site]
  • (35)Kato, Kazuhisa, et al. "A trial of production of the plant-derived high-value protein in a plant factory: photosynthetic photon fluxes affect the accumulation of recombinant miraculin in transgenic tomato fruits." Plant signaling & behavior 6.8 (2011): 1172-1179.
  • (34)Ariizumi, Tohru, et al. "Genetic suppression analysis in novel vacuolar processing enzymes reveals their roles in controlling sugar accumulation in tomato fruits." Journal of experimental botany 62.8 (2011): 2773-2786.[Journal site]
  • (33)Koeduka, T., et al. "Production of prenylated flavonoids in tomato fruits expressing a prenyltransferase gene from Streptomyces coelicolor A3 (2)." Plant Biology 13.2 (2011): 411-415.[Journal site]
  • (32)Kusano, Miyako, et al. "Covering chemical diversity of genetically-modified tomatoes using metabolomics for objective substantial equivalence assessment." PLoS One 6.2 (2011): e16989.[Journal site]
  • (31)Neily, Mohamed Hichem, et al. "Enhanced polyamine accumulation alters carotenoid metabolism at the transcriptional level in tomato fruit over-expressing spermidine synthase." Journal of plant physiology 168.3 (2011): 242-252.[Journal site]
  • (30)Neily, Mohamed Hichem, et al. "Overexpression of apple spermidine synthase 1 (MdSPDS1) leads to significant salt tolerance in tomato plants." Plant biotechnology 28.1 (2011): 33-42.[Journal site]
  • (29)Okabe, Yoshihiro, et al. "Tomato TILLING technology: development of a reverse genetics tool for the efficient isolation of mutants from Micro-Tom mutant libraries." Plant and cell physiology 52.11 (2011): 1994-2005.[Journal site]
  • (28)Ariizumi, Tohru, Koh Aoki, and Hiroshi Ezura. "Systematic development of tomato bioresources in Japan." Interdisciplinary Bio Central 3.1 (2011): 1.[Journal site]
  • (27)Hirai, Tadayoshi, et al. "Cultivation under salt stress increases the concentration of recombinant miraculin in transgenic tomato fruit, resulting in an increase in purification efficiency." Plant Biotechnology 28.4 (2011): 387-392.[Journal site]
  • (26)Hiwasa-Tanase, Kyoko, et al. "High-level accumulation of recombinant miraculin protein in transgenic tomatoes expressing a synthetic miraculin gene with optimized codon usage terminated by the native miraculin terminator." Plant cell reports 30.1 (2011): 113-124.
  • (25)Takahashi, Misa, et al. "Prolonged exposure to atmospheric nitrogen dioxide increases fruit yield of tomato plants." Plant Biotechnology 28.5 (2011): 485-487.[Journal site]
  • (24)有泉亨, and 江面浩. "ナショナルバイオリソースプロジェクト・トマト (NBRP トマト) 研究を支えるバイオリソースの整備." 化学と生物 49.2 (2011): 137-142.[Journal site]

<2010>

  • (23)Shirasawa, Kenta, et al. "SNP discovery and linkage map construction in cultivated tomato." DNA research 17.6 (2010): 381-391.[Journal site]
  • (22)Kato, Kazuhisa, et al. "Molecular breeding of tomato lines for mass production of miraculin in a plant factory." Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 58.17 (2010): 9505-9510.[Journal site]
  • (21)Yin et al., ’’Metabolic alterations in organic acids and γ-amino butyric acid in developing tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) fruits.’’ Plant Cell Physiol. 51(8):1300-1314.
  • (20)Naka, Yukie, et al. "Quantitative analysis of plant polyamines including thermospermine during growth and salinity stress." Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 48.7 (2010): 527-533.[Journal site]
  • (19)Okazaki, Masateru, et al. "Lowering intercellular melatonin levels by transgenic analysis of indoleamine 2, 3‐dioxygenase from rice in tomato plants." Journal of pineal research 49.3 (2010): 239-247.[Journal site]
  • (18)Hirai, Tadayoshi, et al. "Production of recombinant miraculin using transgenic tomatoes in a closed cultivation system." Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 58.10 (2010): 6096-6101.[Journal site]
  • (17)Ozaki, Soichi, et al. "Coexpression analysis of tomato genes and experimental verification of coordinated expression of genes found in a functionally enriched coexpression module." DNA research 17.2 (2010): 105-116.[Journal site]
  • (16)Aoki, Koh, et al. "Large-scale analysis of full-length cDNAs from the tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) cultivar Micro-Tom, a reference system for the Solanaceae genomics." BMC genomics 11.1 (2010): 210.[Journal site]
  • (15)Kim, You-Wang, et al. "Gene dosage and genetic background affect miraculin accumulation in transgenic tomato fruits." Plant Biotechnology 27.4 (2010): 333-338.[Journal site]
  • (14)Yano, Megumu, et al. "Tomato is a suitable material for producing recombinant miraculin protein in genetically stable manner." Plant science 178.5 (2010): 469-473.[Journal site]

<2009>

  • (13)Kim, You-Wang, et al. "Spatial and developmental profiling of miraculin accumulation in transgenic tomato fruits expressing the miraculin gene constitutively." Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 58.1 (2009): 282-286.[Journal site]
  • (12)Yamazaki, Yukiko, et al. "NBRP databases: databases of biological resources in Japan." Nucleic acids research (2009): gkp996.[Journal site]
  • (11)Okazaki, Masateru, et al. "Cloning and characterization of a Chlamydomonas reinhardtii cDNA arylalkylamine N‐acetyltransferase and its use in the genetic engineering of melatonin content in the Micro‐Tom tomato." Journal of pineal research 46.4 (2009): 373-382.[Journal site]
  • (10)Iijima, Yoko, et al. "Involvement of ethylene in the accumulation of esculeoside A during fruit ripening of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum)." Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 57.8 (2009): 3247-3252.[Journal site]
  • (9)Okazaki, Masateru, and Hiroshi Ezura. "Profiling of melatonin in the model tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) cultivar Micro‐Tom." Journal of pineal research 46.3 (2009): 338-343.[Journal site]
  • (8)Yokotani, Naoki, et al. "Ripening-associated ethylene biosynthesis in tomato fruit is autocatalytically and developmentally regulated." Journal of experimental botany 60.12 (2009): 3433-3442.[Journal site]
  • (7)Saito, Takeshi, et al. "Mutant resources for the miniature tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.)‘Micro-Tom’." Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 78.1 (2009): 6-13.[Journal site]

<2008>

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