研究業績

Publications


 

Research articles

  1. Lambolez A, Kawamura A, Takahashi T, Rymen B, Iwase A, Favero DS, Ikeuchi M, Suzuki T, Cortijo S, Jaeger KE, Wigge PA, Sugimoto K. Warm Temperature Promotes Shoot Regeneration in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant and Cell Physiology 2022, doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcac017.

  2. Ikeuchi M*, Iwase A, Ito T, Tanaka H, Favero DS, Kawamura A, Sakamoto S, Wakazaki M, Tameshige T, Fujii H, Hashimoto N, Suzuki T, Hotta K, Toyooka K, Mitsuda N, Sugimoto K. Wound-inducible WUSCHEL RELATED HOMEOBOX 13 is required for callus growth and organ reconnection. Plant Physiology 2021, doi: 10.1093/plphys/kiab510.

  3. Iwase A, Kondo Y, Laohavisit A, Takebayashi A, Ikeuchi M, Matsuoka K, Asahina M, Mitsuda N, Shirasu K, Fukuda H, Sugimoto K. WIND transcription factors orchestrate wound-induced callus formation, vascular reconnection and defense response in Arabidopsis. New Phytologist 2021, 232: 734-752.

  4. Morinaka H, Mamiya A, Tamaki H, Iwamoto A, Suzuki T, Kawamura A, Ikeuchi M, Iwase A, Higashiyama T, Sugimoto K, Sugiyama M. Transcriptome Dynamics of epidermal reprogramming during direct shoot regeneration in Torenia fournieri. Plant and Cell Physiology 2021 doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcab101.

  5. Coleman D, Kawamura A, Ikeuchi M, Favero DS, Lambolez A, Rymen B, Iwase A, Suzuki T, Sugimoto K. The SUMO E3 ligase negatively regulates shoot regeneration. Plant Physiology 2020, 184: 330-344.

  6. Rymen B, Kawamura A, Lambolez A, Inagaki S, Tekabayashi A, Iwase A, Sakamoto Y, Sako K, Favero DS, Ikeuchi M, Suzuki T, Seki M, Kakutani T, Roudier F, Sugimoto K. Histone acetylation orchestrates wound-induced transcriptional activation and acellular reprogramming in Arabidopsis. Communications Biology 2019, 2: 404.

  7. Amano R, Nakayama H, Momoi R, Omata E, Gunji S, Takebayashi Y, Kojima M, Ikematsu S, Ikeuchi M, Iwase A, Sakamoto T, Kasanhara H, Sakakibara H, Ferjani A, Kimura S. Molecular basis for natural vegetative propagation via regeneration in North American lake cress, Rorippa aquatica (Brassicaceae) Plant and Cell Physiology 2019, doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcz202.

  8. Ikeuchi M, Shibata M, Rymen B, Iwase A, Bågman AM, Watt L, Coleman D, Favero DS, Takahashi T, Ahnert SE, Brady SM, Sugimoto K. A gene regulatory network for cellular reprogramming in plant regeneration. Plant and Cell Physiology 2018, 59: 765-777.

  9. Ikeuchi M*, Iwase A, Rymen B, Lambolez A, Kojima M, Takebayashi Y, Heyman J, Watanabe S, Seo M, De Veylder L, Sakakibara H, Sugimoto K. Wounding triggers callus formation via dynamic hormonal and transcriptional changes in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 2017, 175: 1158-1174.

  10. Iwase A, Harashima H, Ikeuchi M, Rymen B, Ohnuma M, Komaki S, Morohashi K, Kurata T, Nakata M, Ohme-Takagi M, Grotewold E, Sugimoto K. WIND1 promotes shoot regeneration through transcriptional activation of ESR1 in Arabidopsis. Plant Cell 2017, 1:54-69.

  11. Ikeuchi M, Iwase A, Rymen B, Harashima H, Shibata M, Ohnuma M, Breuer C, Morao AK, de Lucas M, De Veylder L., Goodrich J, Brady SM, Roudier F, Sugimoto K. PRC2 represses dedifferentiation of mature somatic cells in Arabidopsis. Nature Plants 2015, 1:15089.

  12. Iwase A, Mita K, Nonaka S, Ikeuchi M, Koizuka C, Ohnuma M, Ezura H, Imamura J, Sugimoto K (2015) WIND1-based acquisition of regeneration competency in Arabidopsis and rapeseed. Journal of Plant Research 2015, 128:389-397.

  13. Ikeuchi M, Igarashi H, Okada K, Tsukaya H. Acropetal leaflet initiation of Eschscholzia californica is achieved by constant spacing of leaflets and differential growth of leaf. Planta 2014, 240: 125-135.

  14. Ikeuchi M, Tatematsu K, Yamaguchi T, Okada K, Tsukaya H. Precocious progression of tissue maturation instructs basipetal initiation of leaflets in Chelidonium majus asiaticum (Papaveraceae). Am. J. Bot. 2013, 100: 1-11.

  15. Iwase A, Mitsuda N, Ikeuchi M, Ohnuma M, Koizuka C, Kawamoto K et al. Arabidopsis WIND1 induces callus formation in rapeseed, tomato, and tobacco. Plant Signaling Behavior 2013, 8, e27432

  16. Ikeuchi M, Yamaguchi T, Kazama T, Ito T, Horiguchi G, Tsukaya H. ROTUNDIFOLIA4 regulates cell proliferation along the body axis in Arabidopsis shoot. Plant Cell Physiology 2011, 52: 59-69.

  17. Nagano AJ, Fukazawa M, Hayashi M, Ikeuchi M, Tsukaya H, Nishimura M. AtMap1: a DNA microarray for genomic deletion mapping in Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant Journal 2008, 56: 1058-1065.

  18. Tsukaya H, Tsujino R, Ikeuchi M, Isshiki Y, Kono M, Takeuchi T et al. Morphological variation in leaf shape in Ainsliaea apiculata with special reference to the endemic characters of populations on Yakushima Island, Japan. Journal of Plant Research 2007, 120: 351-358.


  Review

  1. Umeda M, Ikeuchi M, Ishikawa M, Ito T, Nishihama R, Kyozuka J, Torii UK, Satake A, Goshima G, Sakakibara H. Plant stem cell research is uncovering the secrets of longevity and persistent growth. Plant Journal 2021, doi: 10.1111/tpj.15184.
  2. Ikeuchi M*, Rymen B, Sugimoto K. How to plants transduce wound signals to induce tissue repair and organ regeneration? Current Opinion in Plant Biology. 2020, 57: 72-77.
  3. Ikeuchi M, Favero S, Sakamoto Y, Iwase A, Coleman D, Rymen B, Sugimoto K*. Molecular mechanisms of plant regeneration. Annual Review of Plant Biology 2019, 70: 377-406
  4. Ikeuchi M*, Rhodes J. Latest advances in plant development and environmental response, the inaugural Cold Spring Harbor Asia Plant Biology meeting in Japan. Plant Cell Physiology 2017, 58: 1286-1290.
  5. Ikeuchi M, Ogawa Y, Iwase A, Sugimoto K. Plant regeneration: cellular origins and molecular mechanisms. Development 2016, 143: 1442-1451.
  6. Ikeuchi M, Iwase A, Sugimoto K. Control of plant cell differentiation by histone modification and DNA methylation. Current Opinion in Plant Biology 2015, 28: 60-67.
  7. 池内桃子, 岩瀬哲, 杉本慶子:“傷付いた植物はどのように修復・再生するのか”BSJ review, 2015
  8. 岩瀬哲, 池内桃子, 杉本慶子:“カルス形成の分子メカニズム〜アクセル因子とブレーキ因子〜” BSJ review, 2015
  9. Ikeuchi M, Sugimoto K, Iwase A. Plant callus: mechanisms of induction and repression. Plant Cell 2013, 25: 3159-3173.
  10. Yamaguchi T, Ikeuchi M and Tsukaya H. (2013) ROTUNDIFOLIA4. In: Handbook of biologically active peptides, pp53-57