Mikihiko KAWAI
Mikihiko KAWAI
Scientific and Technological Bioresource Nucleus, University of La Frontera
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Evolution in an oncogenic bacterial species with extreme genome plasticity: Helicobacter pyloriEast Asian genomes
M Kawai, Y Furuta, K Yahara, T Tsuru, K Oshima, N Handa, N Takahashi, ...
BMC microbiology 11, 1-28, 2011
MBGD update 2010: toward a comprehensive resource for exploring microbial genome diversity
I Uchiyama, T Higuchi, M Kawai
Nucleic acids research 38 (suppl_1), D361-D365, 2010
Birth and death of genes linked to chromosomal inversion
Y Furuta (*), M Kawai (*), K Yahara, N Takahashi, N Handa, T Tsuru, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (4), 1501-1506, 2011
Genome comparison in silico in Neisseria suggests integration of filamentous bacteriophages by their own transposase
M Kawai, I Uchiyama, I Kobayashi
DNA Research 12 (6), 389-401, 2005
High frequency of phylogenetically diverse reductive dehalogenase-homologous genes in deep subseafloor sedimentary metagenomes
M Kawai, T Futagami, A Toyoda, Y Takaki, S Nishi, S Hori, W Arai, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 80, 2014
Domain movement within a gene: a novel evolutionary mechanism for protein diversification
Y Furuta, M Kawai, I Uchiyama, I Kobayashi
PloS one 6 (4), e18819, 2011
Genome-wide survey of mutual homologous recombination in a highly sexual bacterial species
K Yahara, M Kawai, Y Furuta, N Takahashi, N Handa, T Tsuru, K Oshima, ...
Genome biology and evolution 4 (5), 628-640, 2012
Evolution of Paralogous Genes: Reconstruction of Genome Rearrangements Through Comparison of Multiple Genomes Within Staphylococcus aureus
T Tsuru, M Kawai, Y Mizutani-Ui, I Uchiyama, I Kobayashi
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (6), 1269-1285, 2006
How genomes rearrange: Genome comparison within bacteria Neisseria suggests roles for mobile elements in formation of complex genome polymorphisms
M Kawai, K Nakao, I Uchiyama, I Kobayashi
Gene 383, 52-63, 2006
Single-cell genomics of novel actinobacteria with the Wood–Ljungdahl pathway discovered in a serpentinizing system
N Merino, M Kawai, ES Boyd, DR Colman, SE McGlynn, KH Nealson, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 1031, 2020
Type II restriction endonuclease R. Hpy188I belongs to the GIY-YIG nuclease superfamily, but exhibits an unusual active site
K Kaminska (*), M Kawai (*), M Boniecki, I Kobayashi, J Bujnicki, ...
BMC structural biology 8 (1), 48, 2008
A putative mobile genetic element carrying a novel type IIF restriction-modification system (PluTI)
F Khan, Y Furuta, M Kawai, KH Kaminska, K Ishikawa, JM Bujnicki, ...
Nucleic acids research 38 (9), 3019-3030, 2010
Complete genome and gene expression analyses of Asaia bogorensis reveal unique responses to culture with mammalian cells as a potential opportunistic human …
M Kawai, N Higashiura, K Hayasaki, N Okamoto, A Takami, H Hirakawa, ...
DNA Research 22 (5), 357-366, 2015
Low frequency of endospore‐specific genes in subseafloor sedimentary metagenomes
M Kawai, I Uchiyama, H Takami, F Inagaki
Environmental Microbiology Reports 7 (2), 341-350, 2015
Helicobacter suis KB1 derived from pig gastric lymphoid follicles induces the formation of gastric lymphoid follicles in mice through the activation of B cells and CD4 positive …
K Yamamoto, H Tanaka, Y Nishitani, S Nishiumi, I Miki, M Takenaka, ...
Microbes and Infection 13 (7), 697-708, 2011
Protocols for monitoring harmful algal blooms for sustainable aquaculture and coastal fisheries in Chile
K Yarimizu, S Fujiyoshi, M Kawai, L Norambuena-Subiabre, EK Cascales, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 17 (20), 7642, 2020
Complete genome sequence and expression profile of the commercial lytic enzyme producer Lysobacter enzymogenes M497-1
H Takami, A Toyoda, I Uchiyama, T Itoh, Y Takaki, W Arai, S Nishi, ...
Dna Research 24 (2), 169-177, 2017
Capsular polysaccharide switching in Streptococcus suis modulates host cell interactions and virulence
M Okura, JP Auger, T Shibahara, G Goyette-Desjardins, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-14, 2021
Multi-gene phylogenetic analysis reveals that shochu-fermenting Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains form a distinct sub-clade of the Japanese sake cluster
T Futagami(#), C Kadooka, Y Ando, K Okutsu, Y Yoshizaki, S Setoguchi, ...
Yeast, 2017
A standardized procedure for monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms in Chile by metabarcoding analysis
K Yarimizu, S Fujiyoshi, M Kawai, JJ Acuņa, JI Rilling, M Campos, ...
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e62967, 2021
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