Minoru Takasato
Minoru Takasato
Team Leader, RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research
Verified email at cdb.riken.jp
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Kidney organoids from human iPS cells contain multiple lineages and model human nephrogenesis
M Takasato, XE Pei, HS Chiu, B Maier, GJ Baillie, C Ferguson, RG Parton, ...
Nature 526 (7574), 564-568, 2015
7552015
Directing human embryonic stem cell differentiation towards a renal lineage generates a self-organizing kidney
M Takasato, PX Er, M Becroft, JM Vanslambrouck, EG Stanley, ...
Nature cell biology 16 (1), 118-126, 2014
5222014
The murine homolog of SALL4, a causative gene in Okihiro syndrome, is essential for embryonic stem cell proliferation, and cooperates with Sall1 in anorectal, heart, brain and …
M Sakaki-Yumoto, C Kobayashi, A Sato, S Fujimura, Y Matsumoto, ...
Development 133 (15), 3005-3013, 2006
2672006
Identification of multipotent progenitors in the embryonic mouse kidney by a novel colony-forming assay
K Osafune, M Takasato, A Kispert, M Asashima, R Nishinakamura
Development 133 (1), 151-161, 2006
1842006
Generation of kidney organoids from human pluripotent stem cells
M Takasato, XE Pei, HS Chiu, MH Little
Nature protocols 11 (9), 1681, 2016
1422016
Renal subcapsular transplantation of PSC-derived kidney organoids induces neo-vasculogenesis and significant glomerular and tubular maturation in vivo
CW van den Berg, L Ritsma, MC Avramut, LE Wiersma, BM van den Berg, ...
Stem cell reports 10 (3), 751-765, 2018
1402018
Direct transcriptional reprogramming of adult cells to embryonic nephron progenitors
CE Hendry, JM Vanslambrouck, J Ineson, N Suhaimi, M Takasato, F Rae, ...
Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 24 (9), 1424-1434, 2013
1092013
The origin of the mammalian kidney: implications for recreating the kidney in vitro
M Takasato, MH Little
Development 142 (11), 1937-1947, 2015
1052015
Evaluation of variability in human kidney organoids
B Phipson, XE Pei, AN Combes, TA Forbes, SE Howden, L Zappia, ...
Nature methods 16 (1), 79-87, 2019
852019
Kidney organoids from human iPS cells contain multiple lineages and model human nephrogenesis
M Takasato, XE Pei, HS Chiu, B Maier, GJ Baillie, C Ferguson, RG Parton, ...
Nature 536 (7615), 238, 2016
692016
Identification of kidney mesenchymal genes by a combination of microarray analysis and Sall1-GFP knockin mice
M Takasato, K Osafune, Y Matsumoto, Y Kataoka, N Yoshida, H Meguro, ...
Mechanisms of development 121 (6), 547-557, 2004
672004
Chuva de Sousa Lopes, SM, and Little
M Takasato, PX Er, HS Chiu, B Maier, GJ Baillie, C Ferguson, RG Parton, ...
MH, 564-568, 2015
602015
Understanding kidney morphogenesis to guide renal tissue regeneration
MH Little, AN Combes, M Takasato
Nature Reviews Nephrology 12 (10), 624, 2016
482016
Essential roles of Sall1 in kidney development
R Nishinakamura, M Takasato
Kidney international 68 (5), 1948-1950, 2005
382005
A strategy for generating kidney organoids: recapitulating the development in human pluripotent stem cells
M Takasato, MH Little
Developmental biology 420 (2), 210-220, 2016
322016
Induction of intermediate mesoderm by retinoic acid receptor signaling from differentiating mouse embryonic stem cells
S Oeda, Y Hayashi, T Chan, M Takasato, Y Aihara, K Okabayashi, ...
International Journal of Developmental Biology 57 (5), 383-389, 2013
262013
Generating a self-organizing kidney from pluripotent cells
MH Little, M Takasato
Current opinion in organ transplantation 20 (2), 178-186, 2015
252015
Recreating kidney progenitors from pluripotent cells
M Takasato, B Maier, MH Little
Pediatric Nephrology 29 (4), 543-552, 2014
222014
Making a kidney organoid using the directed differentiation of human pluripotent stem cells
M Takasato, MH Little
Organ Regeneration, 195-206, 2017
212017
Trb2, a mouse homolog of tribbles, is dispensable for kidney and mouse development
M Takasato, C Kobayashi, K Okabayashi, H Kiyonari, N Oshima, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 373 (4), 648-652, 2008
152008
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