NARAMOTO, SatoshiAssociate Professor
My research mainly focus on the molecular mechanisms of cell polarity establishment and maintenance, which is a basis for differentiation of unicellular and multicellular organisms. The mechanisms of crosstalk between environmental signal (such as light and gravity) and plant development as well as their evolution are also investigated.
Cell biological approaches to plant development
Illustration of spore development M.polymorpha
Molecular mechanisms of cell polarity formation
Molecular genetic approaches to plant development
Molecular mechanisms of apical-basal axis formation
I am fascinated by the beauty and mystique of biological activity. I would like to share these thoughts by working together with you in our lab. I understand that the period in university is important before starting your career. Therefore besides research activities, I would also like to focus on educational activities. If you are interested in in our lab, please let me know. I am very happy to introduce our lab. I am currently looking for people working together in our lab.
A conserved regulatory mechanism mediates the convergent evolution of plant shoot lateral organs. Naramoto, S, Jones, VAS, Trozzi, N, Toyooka, K, Shimamura, M, Ishida, S, Ishizaki, K, Nishihama, R, Kohchi, T, Dolan, L., and Kyozuka, J. PLoS Biol. 2019 e3000560
Polar transport in plants mediated by membrane transporters: focus on mechanisms of polar auxin transport. Naramoto S. Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 2017 40:8-14
Insights into the localization and function of the membrane trafficking regulator GNOM ARF-GEF at the Golgi apparatus in Arabidopsis. Naramoto S, Otegui MS, Kutsuna N, de Rycke R, Dainobu T, Karampelias M, Fujimoto M, Feraru E, Miki D, Fukuda H, Nakano A, Friml J. Plant Cell 2014 26:3062-3076
ADP-ribosylation factor machinery mediates endocytosis in plant cells. Naramoto S, Kleine-Vehn J, Robert S, Fujimoto M, Dainobu T, Paciorek T, Ueda T, Nakano A, Van Montagu MC, Fukuda H, Friml J. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 2010 107:21890-21895.
Phosphoinositide-dependent regulation of VAN3 ARF-GAP localization and activity essential for vascular tissue continuity in plants. Naramoto S, Sawa S, Koizumi K, Uemura T, Ueda T, Friml J, Nakano A, Fukuda H. Development 2009 136:1529-1538
Plant Evolutionary and Developmental Biology
Faculty of Science
Department of Biological Sciences
Cell Structure and Function
Graduate School of Life Science
Division of Life Science
Biosystems Science Course
Science Building No.5-612
Email: satoshi.naramoto sci.hokudai.ac.jp