Publication 2017


  1. Hall, M.R., Kocot, K.M., Baughman, K.W., Fernandez-Valverde, S.L., Gauthier, M.E.A., Hatleberg, W.L., Krishnan, A., McDougall, C., Motti, C.A., Shoguchi, E., Wang, T., Xiang, X., Zhao, M., Bose, U., Shinzato, C., Hisata, K., Fujie, M., Kanda, M., Cummins, S.F., Satoh, N., Degnan, S.M., Degnan. B.M.
    The crown-of-thorns starfish genome as a guide for biocontrol of this coral reef pest.
    Nature, 5;544(7649):231-234.  


(a) Developmental and Evolutionary Genomics

  1. Simion, P., Philippe, H., Baurain, D., Jager, M., Richter, D.J., Franco, A.D., Roure, B., Satoh, N., Quéinnec, E., Ereskovsky, A., Lapébie, P., Corre, E., Delsuc, F., King, N., Wörheide, G., Manuel, M.
    A large and consistent phylogenomic dataset supports sponges as the sister group to all other animals.
    Current Biology. 27(7):958-967. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2017.02.031. (2017)
  2. Michiue, T., Yamamoto, T., Yasuoka, Y., Goto, T., Ikeda, T., Nagurab, K., Nakayama, T., Taira, M., Kinoshita T.
    High variability of expression profiles of homeologous genes for Wnt, Hh, Notch, and Hippo signaling pathways in Xenopus laevis
    Developmental Biology on line. (2017)
  3. Inoue, J., Yasuoka, Y., Takahashi, H., & Satoh, N.
    The chordate ancestor possessed a single copy of the Brachyury gene for notochord acquisition.
    Zoological Letters. 23;3:4. doi: 10.1186/s40851-017-0064-9. (2017) 
  4. Charney, R.M., Forouzmand, E., Cho, J.S., Cheung, J., Paraiso, K.D., Yasuoka, Y., Takahashi, S., Taira, M., Blitz, I.L., Xie, X., Cho, K.W.Y.
    Foxh1 Occupies cis-Regulatory Modules Prior to Dynamic Transcription Factor Interactions Controlling the Mesendoderm Gene Program.
    Developmental Cell 40(6):595-607.e4. (2017)
  5. Lu, T.M., Kanda, M.,Satoh, N., Furuya, H.
    The phylogenetic position of dicyemid mesozoans offers insights into spiralian evolution.
    Zoological Letters 3:6 DOI 10.1186/s40851-017-0068-5 (2017)
  6. Shimizu, K., Luo, Y.J., Satoh, N., Endo, K.
    Possible co-option of engrailed during brachiopod and mollusc shell development.
    Biology letters in press.


(b) Enviromental Genomics

  1. Ohno Y, Iguchi A, Shinzato C, Inoue M, Suzuki A, Sakai K, Nakamura T.
    An aposymbiotic primary coral polyp counteracts acidification by active pH regulation.
    Scientific Report 7: 40324. (2017)
  2. Ponnudurai, R., Kleiner, M., Sayavedra, L., Petersen, J.M., Moche, M., Otto, A., Becher, D., Takeuchi, T., Satoh, N., Dubilier, N., Schweder, T., Markert, S.
    Metabolic and physiological interdependencies in the Bathymodiolus azoricus symbiosis.
    ISME J. 11,463-477. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2016.124. (2017) 
  3. Campbell, M.A., Nielsen, J.G., Sado, T., Shinzato, C., Kanda, M., Satoh, T.P., Miya, M.
    Evolutionary affinities of the unfathomable Parabrotulidae: Molecular data indicate placement of Parabrotula within the family Bythitidae, Ophidiiformes.
    Mol Phylogenet Evol. 109:337-342. (2017)
  4. Roberts, R.E., Motti, C.A., Baughman, K.B., Satoh, N., Hall, M. R., Cummins, S.
    Identification of putative olfactory G-protein coupled receptors in Crown-of-Thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci.
    BMC Genomics, in press (2017)
  5. Ikeuchi E., Ohno Y., Iguchi A., Nakamura T.
    Non-bleached colonies of massive Porites may attract fishes for selective grazing during mass bleaching events.
    PeerJ. 5:e3470.