Updated on 2023/01/03

写真a

 
Setsuko Komatsu
 

Research Interests

  • Proteomics

  • Crop

  • Environment

  • Molecular biology

Research Areas

  • Life Science / Molecular biology

Education

  • Meiji Pharmaceutical University   Graduated

    - 1980.3

Research History

  • Fukui University of Technology   Professor

    2018.4

Qualification acquired

  • Pharmacist

 

Papers

  • Callus Induction and plant regeneration from Carum copticum and assessment of antioxidant responses and phytochemical profiling by in vitro salinity stress Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Razavizadeh R, Adabavazeh F, Chermahini MR, Komatsu S.

    Horticulturae   9   22   2023.1

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    Higher production of secondary metabolites is one of the adaptive responses to alleviate the impact of environmental injuries. In the present investigation, the production of these metabolites with medicinal importance induced by salinity in Carum copticum was investigated. To develop a better way for the production of medicinal substances, callogenesis and plant regeneration were analyzed, and seeds, calli, and/or regenerated seedlings were exposed to different concentrations of NaCl under in vitro culture conditions. The maximum frequency of callus induction was obtained on a medium supplemented with 0.25 mg L􀀀1 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic (2,4-D) and 1 mg L􀀀1 benzyl amino purine (BAP) from stem explants. Plant regeneration with multiple shoots was obtained from pieces of callus transferred to MS medium fortified with 0.25 mg L􀀀1 2,4-D and 1.5 mg L􀀀1 BAP. Four weeks after treatment, salinity induced a substantial increase in the accumulation of reducing sugars and proline as compatible osmolytes and the activity of antioxidant enzymes. Total phenolics and anthocyanin significantly increased in all samples with increasing NaCl concentrations; however, the regenerated seedlings showed a reduction in these compounds at severe NaCl concentration compared to the control. Moreover, NaCl enhanced thymol, -terpinene, sabinene, and myrcene in the seedlings and calli, as well as carvacrol, limonene, and _-terpinene in the regenerated seedlings. These results suggest that salinity has a marked impact on improving the content of antioxidant metabolites and essential oils in C. copticum, whose callus might be the most salt tolerant in all tested samples.

  • Bio-synthesized nanoflowers and chemically synthesized nanowires zinc-oxide induced changes in the redox and protein folding in soybean seedlings: a proteomic analysis Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Mustafa G, Miyagawa S, Hasan M, Yamaguchi, H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Komatsu S.

    J Plant Growth Regul   on line   1   2022.9

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    Plant-mediated synthesis methods of nanoflowers (NFs) open a new epoch of extensive application, economical, exceedingly stable, and reproducible synthesis of zinc oxide (ZnO) NFs. To study the effects of bio-synthesized (BS) NFs and chemically synthesized nanowires (CS NWs) ZnO on soybean, a gel-free/ label-free proteomic technique was used. Length and weight of root including hypocotyl were enhanced by 10 ppm BS NFs and CS NWs ZnO. Oppositely changed proteins between BS NFs and CS NWs ZnO were related to hormone metabolism, protein folding, and redox metabolism. Abundance of heat shock protein 70 (HSP70) increased in BS NFs ZnO while did not change in CS NWs ZnO. Abundance of ascorbate peroxidase and peroxiredoxin increased and decreased, respectively, in BS NFs ZnO. Ascorbic acid and hydrogen peroxide increased, respectively, with BS NFs and CS NWs ZnO. These results suggest that BS NFs ZnO might improve the soybean growth by increasing the protein folding due to accumulation of HSP70 and redox metabolism through detoxification of hydrogen peroxide. On the other hand, CS NWs ZnO treated soybean experienced loss of protein folding and increased oxidative stress.

  • Proteomic and biochemical approaches elucidat e the role of millimeter-wave irradiation in wheat growth under flooding stress Invited Reviewed International journal

    Komatsu S, Tsutsui Y, Furuya T, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Tani M.

    Int J Mol Sci   23 ( 18 )   10360   2022.9

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    Flooding impairs wheat growth and considerably affects yield productivity worldwide. On the other hand, irradiation with millimeter waves enhanced the growth of chickpea and soybean under flooding stress. In the current work, millimeter-wave irradiation notably enhanced wheat growth, even under flooding stress. To explore the protective mechanisms of millimeter-wave irradiation on wheat under flooding, quantitative proteomics was performed. According to functional categorization, proteins whose abundances were changed significantly with and without irradiation under flooding stress were correlated to glycolysis, reactive-oxygen species scavenging, cell organization, and hormonal metabolism. Immunoblot analysis confirmed that fructose-bisphosphate aldolase and _ tubulin accumulated in root and leaf under flooding; however, even in such condition, their accumulations were recovered to the control level in irradiated wheat. The abundance of ascorbate peroxidase increased in leaf under flooding and recovered to the control level in irradiated wheat. Because the abundance of auxin-related proteins changed with millimeter-wave irradiation, auxin was applied to wheat under flooding, resulting in the application of auxin improving its growth, even in such condition. These results suggest that millimeter-wave irradiation on wheat seeds improves the recovery of plant growth from flooding via the regulation of glycolysis, reactive-oxygen species scavenging, and cell organization. Additionally, millimeter-wave irradiation could promote tolerance against flooding through the regulation of auxin contents in wheat.

  • Morphological and proteomic analyses of soybean seedling interaction mechanism affected by fiber crosslinked with zinc-oxide nanoparticles. Invited Reviewed International journal

    Komatsu S, Murata K, Yakeishi S, Shimada K, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Obi R, Akita S, Fukuda R.

    Int J Mol Sci   23 ( 13 )   7415   2022.7

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    Nanoparticles (NPs) enhance soybean growth; however, their precise mechanism is not clearly understood. To develop a more effective method using NPs for the enhancement of soybean growth, fiber crosslinked with zinc oxide (ZnO) NPs was prepared. The solution of ZnO NPs with 200 nm promoted soybean growth at the concentration of 10 ppm, while fibers crosslinked with ZnO NPs promoted growth at a 1 ppm concentration. Soybeans grown on fiber cross-linked with ZnO NPs had higher Zn content in their roots than those grown in ZnO NPs solution. To study the positive mechanism of fiber crosslinked with ZnO NPs on soybean growth, a proteomic technique was used. Proteins categorized in photosynthesis and secondary metabolism accumulated more in soybeans grown on fiber crosslinked with ZnO NPs than in those grown in ZnO NPs solution. Furthermore, significantly accumulated proteins, which were NADPH oxidoreductase and tubulins, were confirmed using immunoblot analysis. The abundance of NADPH oxidoreductase increased in soybean by ZnO NPs application. These results suggest that fiber crosslinked with ZnO NPs enhances soybean growth through the increase of photosynthesis and secondary metabolism. Additionally, the accumulation of NADPH oxidoreductase might relate to the effect of auxin with fiber crosslinked with ZnO NPs on soybean growth.

  • Morphological, biochemical, and proteomic analyses to understand the promotive effects of plant-derived smoke solution on wheat growth under flooding stress Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Komatsu S, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Rehman SU, Ohno T.

    Plants   11 ( 11 )   1508   2022.6

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    Wheat is an important staple food crop for one‐third of the global population; however, its growth is reduced by flooding. On the other hand, a plant‐derived smoke solution enhances plant growth; however, its mechanism is not fully understood. To reveal the effects of the plant‐derived smoke solution on wheat under flooding, morphological, biochemical, and proteomic analyses were conducted. The plant‐derived smoke solution improved wheat‐leaf growth, even under flooding. According to the functional categorization of proteomic results, oppositely changed proteins were correlated with photosynthesis, glycolysis, biotic stress, and amino‐acid metabolism with or without the plant‐derived smoke solution under flooding. Immunoblot analysis confirmed that RuBisCO activase and RuBisCO large/small subunits, which decreased under flooding, were recovered by the application of the plant‐derived smoke solution. Furthermore, the contents of chlorophylls a and b significantly decreased by flooding stress; however, they were recovered by the application of the plant‐derived smoke solution. In glycolysis, fructose‐bisphosphate aldolase and glyceraldehyde‐3‐phosphate dehydrogenase decreased with the application of the plant‐derived smoke solution under flooding as compared with flooding alone. Additionally, glutamine, glutamic acid, aspartic acid, and serine decreased under flooding; however, they were recovered by the plant derived smoke solution. These results suggest that the application of the plant‐derived smoke solution improves the recovery of wheat growth through the regulation of photosynthesis and glycolysis even under flooding conditions. Furthermore, the plant‐derived smoke solution might promote wheat tolerance against flooding stress through the regulation of amino‐acid metabolism.

  • Proteomic, biochemical, and morphological analyses of the effect of silver nanoparticles mixed with organic and inorganic chemicals on wheat growth Invited Reviewed International journal

    Komatsu S, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K.

    Cells   11 ( 9 )   1579   2022.5

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    Wheat is vulnerable to numerous diseases; on the other hand, silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) exhibit a sterilizing action. To understand the combined effects of AgNPs with nicotinate and potassium nitrate (KNO3) for plant growth and sterilization, a gel- and label-free proteomics was performed. Root weight was promoted by the treatment of AgNPs mixed with nicotinate and KNO3. From a total of 5557 detected proteins, 90 proteins were changed by the mixture of AgNPs, nicotinate, and KNO3; among them, 25 and 65 proteins increased and decreased, respectively. The changed proteins were mainly associated with redox and biotic stress in the functional categorization. By immunoblot analysis, the abundance of glutathione reductase/peroxiredoxin and pathogen-related protein three significantly decreased with the mixture. Furthermore, from the changed proteins, the abundance of starch synthase and lipoxygenase significantly increased and decreased, respectively. Through biochemical analysis, the starch contents increased with the mixture. The application of esculetin, which is a lipoxygenase inhibitor, increased the weight and length of the root. These results suggest that the AgNPs mixed with nicotinate and KNO3 cause positive effects on wheat seedlings by regulating pathogen-related protein and reactive-oxygen species scavenging. Furthermore, increasing starch and decreasing lipoxygenase might improve wheat growth.

  • Subcellular proteomics to understand promotive effect of plant-derived smoke solution on soybean root Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Murashita Y, Nishiuchi T, Rehman SU, Komatsu S

    Proteomes   9   39   2021.10

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    Plant-derived smoke solution enhances soybean root growth; however, its mechanism is not clearly understood. Subcellular proteomics techniques were used for underlying roles of plant-derived smoke solution on soybean root growth. The results indicate that plant-derived smoke solution enhanced soybean root growth through the transcriptional promotion with RNA polymerase II expression and the energy production with ATPase accumulation.

  • Proteomic and biological analyses reveal the effect on growth under flooding stress of chickpea irradiated with millimeter waves Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Komatsu S, Maruyama J, Furuya T, Yin X, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Miyashita N, Tsuchida K, Tani M

    J Proteome Res   20   4718 - 4727   2021.10

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    Millimeter wave irradiation has influences on organisms, and it improves the growth of plants such as soybean. To reveal the dynamic effects of millimeter-wave irradiation on chickpea under flooding, gel- and label-free proteomic analysis was conducted. The findings suggest that irradiation with millimeter waves on chickpea seeds improves the recovery of plant growth through regulation of photosynthesis in leaves and fermentation in roots. Furthermore, millimeter-wave irradiation might promote chickpea tolerance under flooding via the regulation of cell death.

  • Proteomic and biochemical analyses of the mechanism of tolerance in mutant soybean responding to flooding stress Invited Reviewed International journal

    Komatsu S, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Kono Y, Nishimura M

    Int J Mol Sci   22   9046   2021.8

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    To investigate the mechanism of flooding tolerance of soybean, flooding-tolerant mutants derived from gamma-ray irradiated soybean were crossed with parent cultivar Enrei for removal of other factors besides the genes related to flooding tolerance in primary generated mutant soybean. The results suggest that the regulation of cell death through the fermentation system and glycoprotein folding might be an important factor for the acquisition of flooding tolerance in mutant soybean.

  • An information-theoretic model suggesting genetic regulatory system degradation under climate change Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Sakata K, Saito T, Ohyanagi H, Katam R, Komatsu S

    Physics Open   6   100062   2021.4

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    Does climate change influence on genetic regulatory systems? Previous studies on genetic regulatory systems have focused on specific systems and environmental stimuli. We elucidate a causal relationship for a ‘minimal’ genetic regulatory system in environmental changes. We manifest a mathematical framework for designing genetic modification strategy to mitigate the effect of the climate change on genetic regulatory systems. This model suggests genetic regulatory system degradation in the progression of climatic change

  • Osmotic stress in banana is relieved by exogenous nitric oxide Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Mohd Amnan MA, Pua TL, Lau SE, Tan BC, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Komatsu S

    PeerJ   9   10879   2021.4

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    Drought is one of the severe environmental stresses threatening agriculture around the globe. Nitric oxide plays diverse roles in plant growth and defensive responses. In this study, ptoteomic approach was used to determine the effects of sodium nitroprusside on polyethylene glycol-induced osmotic stress in banana roots. The results suggest that the nitric oxide-induced osmotic stress tolerance could be associated with improved carbohydrate and energy metabolism capability in higher plants.

  • Proteomic approaches to uncover salt stress response mechanisms in crops. Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Kausar R, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci   24   518   2023.1

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    Salt stress is an unfavorable outcome of global climate change, adversely affecting crop growth and yield. It is the second-biggest abiotic factor damaging the morphological, physiobiochemical, and molecular processes during seed germination and plant development. Salt responses include modulation of hormonal biosynthesis, ionic homeostasis, the antioxidant defense system, and osmoprotectants to mitigate salt stress. Plants trigger salt-responsive genes, proteins, and metabolites to cope with the damaging effects of a high salt concentration. Enhancing salt tolerance among crop plants is direly needed for sustainable global agriculture. Novel protein markers, which are used for crop improvement against salt stress, are identified using proteomic techniques. As compared to single-technique approaches, the integration of genomic tools and exogenously applied chemicals offers great potential in addressing salt-stress-induced challenges. The interplay of salt-responsive proteins and genes is the missing key of salt tolerance. The development of salt-tolerant crop varieties can be achieved by integrated approaches encompassing proteomics, metabolomics, genomics, and genome-editing tools. In this review, the current information about the morphological, physiological, and molecular mechanisms of salt response/tolerance in crops is summarized. The significance of proteomic approaches to improve salt tolerance in various crops is highlighted, and an integrated omics approach to achieve global food security is discussed. Novel proteins that respond to salt stress are potential candidates for future breeding of salt tolerance.

  • Crop proteomics under abiotic stress: from data to insights Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Kausar R, Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Plants   11 ( 21 )   2877   2022.10

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    Food security is a major challenge in the present world due to erratic weather and climatic changes. Environmental stress negatively affects plant growth and development which leads to reduced crop yields. Technological advancements have caused remarkable improvements in crop-breeding programs. Proteins have an indispensable role in developing stress resilience and tolerance in crops. Genomic and biotechnological advancements have made the process of crop improvement more accurate and targeted. Proteomic studies provide the information required for such targeted approaches. The crosstalk among cellular components is being analyzed by subcellular proteomics. Additionally, the functional diversity of proteins is being unraveled by post-translational modifications during abiotic stress. The exploration of precise cellular responses and the networking among different cellular organelles help in the prediction of signaling pathways and protein–protein interactions. High-throughput mass-spectrometry-based protein studies are now possible due to incremental advancements in mass-spectrometry techniques, sample protocols, and bioinformatic tools as well as the increasing availability of plant genome sequence information for multiple species. In this review, the key role of proteomic analysis in identifying the abiotic-stress-responsive mechanisms in various crops was summarized. The development and availability of advanced computational tools were discussed in detail. The highly variable protein responses among different crops have provided a wide avenue for molecular-marker-assisted genetic buildup studies to develop smart, high-yielding, and stress-tolerant varieties to cope with food-security challenges.

  • The role of phytohormones in plant response to flooding Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci   23 ( 12 )   6383   2022.7

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    Climatic variations influence the morphological, physiological, biological, and biochemical states of plants. Plant responses to abiotic stress include biochemical adjustments, regulation of proteins, molecular mechanisms, and alteration of post‐translational modifications, as well as signal transduction. Among the various abiotic stresses, flooding stress adversely affects the growth of plants, including various economically important crops. Biochemical and biological techniques, including proteomic techniques, provide a thorough understanding of the molecular mechanisms during flooding conditions. In particular, plants can cope with flooding conditions by embracing an orchestrated set of morphological adaptations and physiological adjustments that are regulated by an elaborate hormonal signaling network. With the help of these findings, the main objective is to identify plant responses to flooding and utilize that information for the development of flood‐tolerant plants. This review provides an insight into the role of phytohormones in plant response mechanisms to flooding stress, as well as different mitigation strategies that can be successfully administered to improve plant growth during stress exposure. Ultimately, this review will expedite marker assisted genetic enhancement studies in crops for developing high‐yield lines or varieties with flood tolerance.

  • Proteomic study to understand promotive effects of plant-derived smoke on soybean root growth under flooding stress Reviewed International coauthorship

    Otori M, Murashita Y, Regman S, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol. Biol Rep.   39   24 - 33   2021.3

  • Proteomic analysis reveals the effects of melatonin on soybean root tips under flooding stress Reviewed

    Wang X, Li F, Chen Z, Yang B, Komatsu S, Zhou S.

    J Proteomics   230   104064   2021.3

  • Quantitative proteomics reveals dual effects of calcium on radicle protrusion in soybean Reviewed

    Wang X, Hu H, Li F, Yang B, Komatsu S, Zhou S.

    J Proteomics   230   103999   2021.1

  • Proteomics analysis of plasma membrane fractions of the root, leaf, and flower of rice Reviewed

    Iwasaki Y, Itoh T, Hagi Y, Matsuta S, Nishiyama A, Chaya G, Kobayashi Y, Miura K, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci221   21 ( 19 )   6988   2020.9

  • A comparative proteomic analysis of engineered and bio synthesized silver nanoparticles on soybean seedlings Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Hasan M, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Komatsu S

    J Proteomics   224   103833   2020.7

  • An information-theoretic model for managing predator?prey ecosystems facing climate changes Invited Reviewed

    Sakata K, Katam R, Saito T, Ohyanagi H, Komatsu S

    International Journal on Advances in Life Sciences   12   10 - 15   2020.6

  • Chitosan effects on the elevation of essential oils and antioxidant activity of Carum copticum L. seedlings and callus cultures under in vitro salt stress Reviewed

    Razavizadeh R, Adabavazeh F .U344, Komatsu S.

    Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology.   29 ( 3 )   473 - 483   2020.6

  • Plant-derived smoke enhances plant growth through ornithine-synthesis pathway and ubiquitin-proteasome pathway in soybean Reviewed

    Zhong Z, Kobayashi T, Zhu W, Imai H. Zhao R, Ohno T, Rehman SU, Uemura M, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics   221   103781   2020.6

  • Proteomic analysis of irradiation with millimeter waves on soybean growth under flooding conditions Reviewed

    Zhong Z, Furuya T, Ueno K, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Tani M, Tian J, Komatsu S

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 2 )   486   2020.4

  • Comparative proteomic analysis of wild-type physcomitrella patens and an OPDA-deficient physcomitrella patens mutant with disrupted PpAOS1 and PpAOS2 genes after wounding Reviewed

    Luo W, Komatsu S, Abe T, Matsuura H, Takahashi K.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 4 )   1417   2020.4

  • Comparative analysis of the effect of inorganic and organic chemicals with silver nanoparticles on soybean under flooding stress Reviewed

    Hashimoto T, Mustafa G, Nishiuchi T, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 4 )   1300   2020.4

  • Phosphoproteomics reveals the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites in Catharanthus roseus under ultraviolet-b radiation. Reviewed

    Zhong Z, Liu S, Zhu W, Ou Y, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   18   3328 - 2241   2019.9

  • Integrative omics of Lonicera japonica Thunb. Flower development unravels molecular changes regulating secondary metabolites. Reviewed

    Yang B, Zhong Z, Wang T, Ou Y, Tian J, Komatsu S, Zhang L.

    J Proteomics   28   103470   2019.9

  • Identification of a gene encoding polygalacturonase expressed specifically in short styles in distylous common buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum). Reviewed

    Takeshima R, Nishio T, Komatsu S, Kurauchi N, Matsui K.

    Heredity   123   492 - 502   2019.4

  • The quest for missing proteins in rice. Reviewed

    Rahiminejad M, Ledari MT, Mirzaei M, Ghorbanzadeh Z, Kavousi K, Ghaffari MR, Haynes PA, Komatsu S, Salekdeh GH

    Mol. Plant.   12   4 - 6   2019.4

  • Organ-specific analysis of morus alba using a gel-free/label-free proteomic technique. Reviewed

    Zhu W, Zhong Z, Liu S, Yang B, Komatsu S, Ge Z, Tian J.

    Int J Mol Sci..   20   2   2019.4

  • Proteomic analysis of the effect of inorganic and organic chemicals on silver nanoparticles in wheat. Reviewed

    Jhanzab HM, Razzaq A, Bibi Y, Yasmeen F, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   20   4   2019.4

  • Molecular responses of maize shoot to plant derived smoke solution. Reviewed

    Aslam MM, Rehman SU, Khatoon A, Muhammad Jamil, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Li X, Sunohara Y, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   20   1319   2019.4

  • Adaptive responses and callogenesis of Thymu vulgaris under in vitro drought stress. Reviewed

    Razavizadeh R, Farahzaduan F, Komatsu S.

    In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology   55   342 - 257   2019.4

  • Early changes in S-nitrosoproteome in soybean seedling under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Komatsu S

    Plant Mol Biol Rep   2019.3

  • Differences in fennel seed responses to drought stress at the seed formation stage in sensitive and tolerant genotypes. Reviewed

    Khodadadi E, Hashiguchi A, Ali Fakheri B, Aharizad S, Emamjomeh A, Norouzi M, Komatsu S.

    J Plant Biochem Biotech.   2019.3

  • A resistant cowpea (Vigna unguiculata [L.] Walp.) genotype became susceptible to cowpea severe mosaic virus (CPSMV) after exposure to salt stress. Reviewed

    Varela ALN, Oliveira JTA, Komatsu S, Silva RGG, Martins TF, Souza PFN, Lobo AKM, Vasconcelos IM, Carvalho FEL, Silveira JAG.

    J Proteomics.   2019.3

  • Impairment of peroxisomal APX and CAT activities increases protection of photosynthesis. Reviewed

    Sousa RHV, Carvalho FEL, Lima-Melo Y, Alencar VTCB, Daloso DM, Margis-Pinheiro M, Komatsu S, Silveira JAG.

    J Exp Bot.   2019.3

  • Proteomic and physiological approaches reveal new insights for uncover the role of rice thylakoidal APX in response to drought stress. Reviewed

    Cunha JR, Carvalho FEL, Lima-Neto MC, Jardim-Messeder D, Cerqueira JVA, Martins MO, Fontenele AV, Margis-Pinheiro M, Komatsu S, Silveira JAG.

    J Proteomics.   192   125 - 136   2019.1

  • Proteomic analysis of temperature dependency of buckwheat seed dormancy and quality degradation. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Yoshioka H, Komatsu S.

    Theor Exp Plant Physiol.   30   77 - 88   2018.5

  • Quantitative proteomics analysis of shoot in stress tolerant wheat varieties on copper nanoparticle exposure. Reviewed

    Yasmeen F, Raja NI, Ilyas N, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biology Reporter.   36   326 - 340   2018.5

  • Proteomic analysis of the effect of plant-derived smoke on soybean during recovery from flooding stress. Reviewed

    Li X, Rehman SU, Yamaguchi H, Hitachi K, Tsuchida K, Yamaguchi T, Sunohara Y, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   181   238 - 248   2018.4

  • An integrated approach of proteomics and computational genetic modification effectiveness analysis to uncover the mechanisms of flood tolerance in soybeans. Reviewed

    Wang X, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   19   1301   2018.4

  • Characterization of PP2A-A3 mRNA expression and growth patterns in Arabidopsis thaliana under drought stress and abscisic acid. Reviewed

    Razavizadeh R, Komatsu S.

    Physiol Mol Biol Plants.   24   563 - 575   2018.4

  • Changes in essential oil and physiological parameters of callus and seedling of Carum cipticum L. under in vitro drought stress. Reviewed

    Razavizadeh R, Komatsu S.

    J Food Measurement and Characterization.   12   1581 - 1592   2018.4

  • Label-free proteomic analysis to characterize ginger from China and Ghana. Reviewed

    Yin X, Wang SL, Alolga RN, Mais E, Li P, Yang P, Komatsu S, Qi LW.

    Food Chem.   249   1 - 7   2018.4

  • Proteomic analysis of the promotive effect of plant-derived smoke on plant growth of chickpea. Reviewed

    Rehman A, Rehman SU, Khatoon A, Qasim M, Itoh T, Iwasaki Y, Wang X, Sunohara Y, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   176   56 - 70   2018.4

  • Protein profiles underlying the effect of plant growth-promoting Rhizobacteria on canola under osmotic stress. Reviewed

    Kazemi Oskuei B, Bandehagh A, Sarikhami MR, Komatsu S.

    J Plant Growth Regul.   37   560 - 574   2018.4

  • Transcriptomic and proteomic analyses of leaves from Clematis terniflora DC. under high level of ultraviolet-B irradiation followed by dark treatment. Reviewed

    Yang B, Guan Q, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   150   323 - 340   2017

  • Proteomic and physiological analyses of wheat seeds exposed to copper and iron nanoparticles. Reviewed

    Yasmeen F, Raja NI, Razzaq A, Komatsu S

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1865   28 - 42   2017

  • Mung bean (Vigna radiata (L.)) coat extract modulates macrophage functions to enhance antigen presentation: A proteomic study. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Hitachi K, Zhu W, Tian J, Tsuchida K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   161   26 - 37   2017

  • Data for transcriptomic and proteomic analyses of leaves from Clematis terniflora DC. under binary stress. Reviewed

    Yang B, Guan Q, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    Data Brief.   12   138 - 142   2017

  • Organ-specific proteomics of soybean seedlings under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Wang X, Khodadadi E, Fakheri B, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   162   62 - 72   2017

  • Gel-free/label-free proteomic, photosynthetic, and biochemical analysis of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata [L.] Walp.) resistance against Cowpea severe mosaic virus (CPSMV). Reviewed

    Varela ALN, Komatsu S, Wang X, Silva RGG, Souza PFN, Lobo AKM, Vasconcelos IM, Silveira JAG, Oliveira JTA.

    J Proteomics.   163   76 - 91   2017

  • Integration of gel-based and gel-free proteomic data for functional analysis of proteins through Soybean Proteome Database. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Wang X, Yin X, Nanjo Y, Ohyanagi H, Sakata K.

    J Proteomics.   163   52 - 66   2017

  • Proteomics and metabolomics-driven pathway reconstruction of mung bean for nutraceutical evaluation. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Zhu W, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1865   1057 - 1066   2017

  • Proteomic analysis of soybean seedling leaf under waterlogging stress in a time-dependent manner. Reviewed

    Kazemi Oskuei B, Yin X, Hashiguchi A, Bandehagh A, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1865   1167 - 1177   2017

  • Proteomic analysis of calcium effects on soybean root tip under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   58   1405 - 1420   2017

  • Metabolic profiles of flooding-tolerant mechanism in early-stage soybean responding to initial stress. Reviewed

    Wang X, Zhu W, Hashiguchi A, Nishimura M, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   94   669 - 685   2017

  • Datasets of mung bean proteins and metabolites from four different cultivars. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Zhu W, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    Data Brief.   13   703 - 706   2017

  • Leaf proteomics of drought-sensitive and -tolerant genotypes of fennel. Reviewed

    Khodadadi E, Fakheri BA, Aharizad S, Emamjomeh A, Norouzi M, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1865   1433 - 1444   2017

  • Organ-specific proteomic analysis of early vegetative stage soybean. Reviewed

    Khan MN, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   24   897 - 908   2017

  • Transcriptomic analysis reveals the flooding tolerant mechanism in flooding tolerant line and abscisic acid treated soybean. Reviewed

    Yin X, Hiraga S, Hajika M, Nishimura M, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   93   479 - 496   2017

  • Histopathogy of red crown rot of soybean. Reviewed

    Yamamoto R, Nakagawa A, Shimada S, Komatsu A.

    J Gen Plant Pathol.   83   23 - 32   2017

  • Proteomic analysis of soybean root exposed to varying sizes of silver nanoparticles under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   148   113 - 125   2016

  • Characterization of post-flooding recovery-responsive enzymes in soybean root and hypocotyl. Reviewed

    Khan MN, Komatsu S.

    J. Plant Biol.   59   478 - 487   2016

  • Overexpression of RSOsPR10, a root-specific rice PR10 gene, confers tolerance against drought stress in rice and drought and salt stress in bentgrass. Reviewed

    Takeuchi K, Hasegawa H, Gyohda A, Komatsu S, Okamoto T, Okada K, Terakawa T, Koshiba T.

    Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult.   127   35 - 46   2016

  • Characterization of S-adenosylmethionine synthetases in soybean under flooding and drought stress. Reviewed

    Wang X, Oh MW, Komatsu S.

    Biol Plant.   60   269 - 278   2016

  • Effects of anti-auxins on secondary aerencyma a formation in flooded soybean hypocotyls. Reviewed

    Shimamura S, Nishimura T, Koshiba T, Yamamoto R, Hiraga S, Nakamura T, Komatsu S.

    Plant Prod Sci.   19   154 - 160   2016

  • Response and defense mechanisms of Taxus chinensis leaves under UV-A radiation are revealed using comparative proteomics and metabolomics analyses. Reviewed

    Zheng W, Komatsu S, Zhu W, Zhang L, Li X, Cui L, Tian J.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   57   1839 - 1853   2016

  • Gel-free/label-free proteomic analysis of root tip of soybean over time under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Wang X, Oh M, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   130   42 - 55   2016

  • Insights into the proteomic response of soybean towards Al(2)O(3), ZnO, and Ag nanoparticles stress. Reviewed

    Hossain Z, Mustafa G, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Hazard Mater.   304   291 - 305   2016

  • Jasmonic acid induced protein response to biophoton emissions and flooding stress in soybean. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   133   33 - 47   2016

  • Proteomic analysis of Lonicera japonica Thunb. immature flower buds using combinatorial peptide ligand libraries and polyethylene glycol fractionation. Reviewed

    Zhu W, Xu X, Tian J, Zhang L, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   166 - 181   2016

  • Analyses of the molecular mechanisms associated with silk production in silkworm by iTRAQ-Based Proteomics and RNA-Sequencing-Based Transcriptomics. Reviewed

    Wang S, You Z, Feng M, Che J, Zhang Y, Qian Q, Komatsu S, Zhong B.

    J Proteome Res   15   15 - 28   2016

  • Gel-free/label-free proteomic analysis of developing rice grains under heat stress. Reviewed

    Timabud T, Yin X, Pongdontri P, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   33   1 - 19   2016

  • Proteins involved in biophoton emission and flooding-stress responses in soybean under light and dark conditions. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Komatsu S.

    Mol Biol Rep.   43   73 - 89   2016

  • PlantPReS: A database for plant proteome response to stress. Reviewed

    Mousavi SA, Pouya FM, Ghaffari MR, Mirzaei M, Ghaffari A, Alikhani M, Ghareyazie M, Komatsu S, Haynes PA, Salekdeh GH.

    J Proteomics.   143   69 - 72   2016

  • Quantitative proteomic analysis of post-flooding recovery in soybean root exposed to aluminum oxide nanoparticles. Reviewed

    Yasmeen F, Raja NI, Mustafa G, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   143   136 - 150   2016

  • Quantitative proteomics reveals the flooding-tolerance mechanism in mutant and abscisic acid-treated soybean. Reviewed

    Yin X, Nishimura M, Hajika M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   2008 - 2025   2016

  • Comprehensive proteomic analysis of canola leaf inoculated with a plant growth-promoting bacterium, Pseudomonas fluorescens, under salt stress. Reviewed

    Banaei-Asl F, Farajzadeh D, Bandehagh A, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   186   1222 - 1236   2016

  • Gel-free/label-free proteomic analysis of endoplasmic reticulum proteins in soybean root tips under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   2211 - 2227   2016

  • Nuclear proteomics reveals the role of protein synthesis and chromatin structure in root tip of soybean during the initial stage of flooding stress. Reviewed

    Yin X, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   2283 - 2298   2016

  • Proteomic analysis of soybean root including hypocotyl during recovery from drought stress. Reviewed

    Khan MN, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   144   39 - 50   2016

  • Proteomic and metabolomic analyses of leaf from Clematis terniflora DC. exposed to high-level ultraviolet-B irradiation with dark treatment. Reviewed

    Yang B, Wang X, Gao C, Chen M, Guan Q, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   2643 - 2657   2016

  • Insights into the response of soybean mitochondria proteins to various sizes of aluminum oxide nanoparticles under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   15   4464 - 4475   2016

  • Gel-free/label-free proteomic analysis of wheat shoot in stress tolerant varieties under iron nanoparticles exposure. Reviewed

    Yasmeen F, Raja NI, Razzaq A, Komatsu S

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1864   1586 - 1598   2016

  • Proteomics of Physcomitrella patens protonemata subjected to treatment with 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid. Reviewed

    Luo W, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S, Matsuura H, Takahashi K

    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.   80   2357 - 2364   2016

  • Loss of variation of state detected in soybean metabolic and human myelomonocytic leukaemia cell transcriptional networks under external stimuli. Reviewed

    Sakata K, Saito T, Ohyanagi H, Okumura J, Ishige K, Suzuki H, Nakamura T, Komatsu S

    Sci Rep.   6   35946 - 35946   2016

  • Proteomic analysis of flooded soybean root exposed to aluminum oxide nanoparticles. Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   128   280 - 297   2015

  • Gel-free quantitative proteomic approach to identify cotyledon proteins in soybean under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Rashid H, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   112   1 - 13   2015

  • Gel-free proteomic analysis of soybean root proteins affected by calcium under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Oh M, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   5   559 - 559   2015

  • Comparative physiology and proteomic analysis of two wheat genotypes contrasting in drought tolerance. Reviewed

    Faghani E, Gharechahi J, Komatsu S, Mirzaei M, Khavarinejad RA, Najafi F, Farsad LK, Salekdeh GH.

    J Proteomics.   114   1 - 15   2015

  • Characterization of proteins in soybean roots under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Oh M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   114   161 - 181   2015

  • Quantitative proteomics reveals the effect of protein glycosylation in soybean root under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.,   5   627 - 627   2015

  • Quantitative proteomics of nuclear phosphoproteins in theroot tip of soybean during the initial stages of flooding stress. Reviewed

    Yin X, Komatsu S

    J Proteomics.   119   183 - 195   2015

  • Involvement of reactive oxygen species and mitochondrial proteins in biophoton emission in roots of soybean plants under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   14   2219 - 2236   2015

  • Proteomic analysis of soybean hypocotyl during recovery after flooding stress. Reviewed

    Khan MN, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   121   15 - 27   2015

  • Proteomic study on the effects of silver nanoparticles on soybean under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Mustafa G, Sakata K, Hossain Z, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   122   100 - 118   2015

  • Proteomic analysis of canola root inoculated with bacteria under salt stress. Reviewed

    Banaei-Asl F, Bandehagh A, Uliaei ED, Farajzadeh D, Sakata K, Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   124   88 - 111   2015

  • Proteome analysis of watery saliva secreted by green rice leafhopper, Nephotettix cincticeps. Reviewed

    Hattori M, Komatsu S, Noda H, Matsumoto Y.

    PLoS One.   10   0123671 - 0123671   2015

  • Organ-specific analysis of mahonia using gel-free/label-free proteomic technique. Reviewed

    Zhu W, Hu J, Wang X, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   14   2669 - 2685   2015

  • Proteomic analysis of phosphoproteins in the rice nucleus during the early stage of seed germination. Reviewed

    Li M, Yin X, Sakata K, Yang P, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   14   2884 - 2896   2015

  • The Glycine max cv. Enrei Genome for Improvement of Japanese Soybean Cultivars Reviewed

    Shimomura M, Kanamori H, Komatsu S, Namiki N, Mukai Y, Kurita K, Kamatsuki K, Ikawa H, Yano R, Ishimoto M, Kaga A, Katayose Y.

    Int J Genomics.   2015   358127 - 358127   2015

  • Data in support of comparative physiology and proteomic analysis of two wheat genotypes contrasting in drought tolerance Reviewed

    Faghani E, Gharechahi J, Komatsu S, Mirzaei M, Ali Khavarinejad R, Najafi F, Karimi Farsad L, Salekdeh GH.

    Data Brief.   2   26 - 28   2015

  • Binary stress induces an increase in indole alkaloid biosynthesis in Catharanthus roseus. Reviewed

    Zhu W, Yang B, Komatsu S, Lu X, Li X, Tian J.

    Front Plant Sci.   6   582 - 582   2015

  • Phosphoproteomics reveals the effect of ethylene in soybean root under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Yin X, Sakata K, Komatsu S

    J Proteome Res.   13   5618 - 5634   2014

  • Potential marker proteins for ozon-Induced yield reduction in rice. Reviewed

    Sawada H, Komatsu S, Tamaoki M, Kohno Y.

    Adv. Hort. Sci.   28   100 - 104   2014

  • Quantitative proteomics of the root of transgenic wheat expressing TaBWPR-1.2 genes in response to waterlogging. Reviewed

    Haque E, Abe F, Mori M, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S, Oyanagi A, Kaguchi K.

    Proteomes   2   485 - 500   2014

  • Role of abscisic acid in flooding-induced secondary aerenchyma fornation in soybean hypocotyls. Reviewed

    Shimamura S, Yoshioka T, Yamamoto R, Hiraga S, Nakamura T, Shimada S, Komatsu S.

    Plant Prod Sci,   17   131 - 137   2014

  • Identification of nuclear proteins in soybean under flooding stress using proteomic technique. Reviewed

    Oh MW, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   21   458 - 467   2014

  • Proteome analysis of roots of wheat seedlings under aluminum stress Reviewed

    Oh MW, Roy SK, Kamal AH, Cho K, Cho SW, Park CS, Choi JS, Komatsu S, Woo SH.

    Mol Biol Rep.   41   671 - 681   2014

  • Analysis of flooding-responsive proteins localized in the nucleus of soybean root tips. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hiraga S, Nouri MZ.

    Mol Biol Rep.   41   1127 - 1139   2014

  • Quantitative proteomic and transcriptomic analyses of molecular mechanisms associated with low silk production in silkworm Bombyx mori. Reviewed

    Wang SH, You ZY, Ye LP, Che J, Qian Q, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S, Zhong BX.

    J Proteome Res.   13   735 - 751   2014

  • Quantitative proteomics reveals the role of protein phosphorylation in rice embryos during early stages of germination. Reviewed

    Han C, Yang P, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   13   1766 - 1782   2014

  • Proteomic and metabolomics analyses of soybean root tips under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Nakamura T, Sugimoto Y, Sakamoto K.

    Protein Pept Lett.   21   865 - 884   2014

  • Analysis of soybean root proteins affected by gibberellic acid treatment under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Oh MW, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   21   911 - 947   2014

  • Characterization of a wheat pathogenesis-related protein, TaBWPR-1.2, in seminal roots in response to waterlogging stress. Reviewed

    Haque ME, Abe F, Mori M, Oyanagi A, Komatsu S, Kawaguchi K.

    J Plant Physiol.   17   602 - 609   2014

  • Analysis of initial changes in the proteins of soybean root tip under flooding stress using gel-free and gel-based proteomic techniques. Reviewed

    Yin X, Sakata K, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   106   1 - 16   2014

  • Proteomic analyses of soybean root tips during germination. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Oh MW, Jang HY, Kwon SJ, Kim HR, Ko JH, Woo SH, Nanjo Y.

    Protein Pept Lett.   21   1308 - 1319   2014

  • Profiling of mitochondrial proteome in wheat roots. Reviewed

    Kim DE, Roy SK, Kamal AH, Cho K, Kwon SJ, Cho SW, Park CS, Choi JS, Komatsu S, Lee MS, Woo SH.

    Mol Biol Rep.   41   5359 - 5366   2014

  • Proteomic analysis of Physcomitrella patens treated with 12-oxo-phytodienoic acid, an important oxylipin in plants. Reviewed

    Toshima E, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S, Abe T, Matsuura H, Takahashi K.

    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.   78   946 - 953   2014

  • Analyses of flooding tolerance of soybean varieties at emergence and varietal differences in their proteomes. Reviewed

    Nanjo Y, Jang HY, Kim HS, Hiraga S, Woo SH, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   106   25 - 36   2014

  • Quantitative proteomics reveals that peroxidases play key roles in post-flooding recovery in soybean roots. Reviewed

    Khan MN, Sakata K, Hiraga S, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   13   5812 - 5828   2014

  • The synthesis of cytosolic ascorbate peroxidases in germinating seeds and seedlings of soybean and their behavior under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Nishizawa K, Hiraga S, Yasue H, Chiba M, Tougou M, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.   77   2205 - 2209   2013

  • Proteomics analysis of sensitive and tolerant barley genotypes under drought stress. Reviewed

    Kausar R, Arshad M, Shahzad A, Komatsu S.

    Amino Acids.   44   345 - 359   2013

  • Proteomics analysis of root proteins in sensitive and tolerant sunflower inbred lines under drought stress. Reviewed

    Ghaffari M, Toorchi M, Valizadeh M, Komatsu S.

    Func Plant Biol.   40   609 - 617   2013

  • Proteomic analysis of the flooding tolerance mechanism in mutant soybean. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Nanjo Y, Nishimura M.

    J Proteomics.   79   231 - 250   2013

  • The wheat chloroplastic proteome. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Cho K, Choi JS, Bae KH, Komatsu S, Uozumi N, Woo SH.

    J Proteomics.   93   326 - 342   2013

  • Identification of indicator proteins associated with flooding injury in soybean seedlings using label-free quantitative proteomics. Reviewed

    Nanjo Y, Nakamura T, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   12   4785 - 4798   2013

  • Analysis of proteins associated with ozone stress response in soybean cultivars. Reviewed

    Khan NA, Komatsu S, Sawada H, Nouri MZ, Kohno Y.

    Protein Pept Lett.   20   1144 - 1152   2013

  • Proteomic and biochemical analyses of the cotyledon and root of flooding-stressed soybean plants. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Makino T, Yasue H.

    PLoS One.   8   65301 - 65301   2013

  • Label-free quantitative proteomic analysis of abscisic acid effect in early-stage soybean under flooding. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Han C, Nanjo Y, Altaf-Un-Nahar M, Wang K, He D, Yang P.

    J Proteome Res.   12   4769 - 4784   2013

  • Proteomic analysis of the seed development in Jatropha curcas: from carbon flux to the lipid accumulation. Reviewed

    Liu H, Wang C, Komatsu S, He M, Liu G, Shen S.

    J Proteomics.   91   23 - 40   2013

  • Effect of phosphorus levels on the protein profiles of secreted protein and root surface protein of rice. Reviewed

    Shinano T, Yoshimura T, Watanabe T, Unno Y, Osaki M, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   12   4748 - 4756   2013

  • Responses to flooding stress in soybean seedling with the alcohol dehydrogenase transgene. Reviewed

    Tougou M, Hashiguchi A, Yukawa K, Nanjo Y, Hiraga S, Nakamura T, Nishizawa K, Komatsu S.

    Plant Biotech.   29   301 - 306   2012

  • Analysis of putative aquaporin gene expression and water relations under hypoxia stress in soybean. Reviewed

    Matsuo N, Nanjo Y, Tougou M, Nakamura T, Nishizawa K, Komatsu S, Shimamura S.

    Plant Prod Sci.   15   278 - 283   2012

  • A rice calcium-dependent protein kinase OsCPK12 oppositely modulates salt-stress tolerance and blast disease resistance. Reviewed

    Asano T, Hayashi N, Kobayashi M, Aoki N, Miyao A, Mitsuhara I, Ichikawa H, Komatsu S, Hirochika H, Kikuchi S, Ohsugi R.

    Plant J.   69   26 - 36   2012

  • Identification of heterotrimeric G protein α and β subunits in rice. Reviewed

    Abe Y, Matsusita K, Komatsu S, Iwasaki Y.

    Protein Pept Lett   19   277 - 281   2012

  • A comparative proteomic analysis of the early response to compatible symbiotic bacteria in the roots of a supernodulating soybean variety. Reviewed

    Salavati A, Bushehri AA, Taleei A, Hiraga S, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   75   819 - 832   2012

  • Molecular cloning of a novel calcium-binding protein in the secreted saliva of the green rice leafhopper Nephotettix cincticeps. Reviewed

    Hattori M, Nakamura M, Komatsu S, Tsuchihara K, Tamura Y, Hasegawa T.

    Insect Biochem Mol Biol.   2   1 - 9   2012

  • Analysis of proteomic changes in roots of soybean seedlings during recovery after flooding. Reviewed

    Salavati A, Khatoon A, Nanjo Y, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   75   878 - 893   2012

  • Mass spectrometry-based analysis of proteomic changes in the root tips of flooded soybean seedlings. Reviewed

    Nanjo Y, Skultety L, Uvackova L, Klubicova K, Hajduch M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   11   372 - 385   2012

  • Towards an understanding of wheat chloroplasts: a methodical investigation of thylakoid proteome. Reviewed

    Kamal AH, Cho K, Komatsu S, Uozumi N, Choi JS, Woo SH.

    Mol Biol Rep.   39   5069 - 5083   2012

  • Characterization of calnexin in soybean roots and hypocotyls under osmotic stress. Reviewed

    Nouri MZ, Hiraga S, Yanagawa Y, Sunohara Y, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   74   7420 - 7429   2012

  • Organ-specific proteomic analysis of drought-stressed soybean seedlings. Reviewed

    Mohammadi PP, Moieni A, Hiraga S, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   75   1906 - 1923   2012

  • Ubiquitin/proteasome-mediated proteolysis is involved in the response to flooding stress in soybean roots, independent of oxygen limitation. Reviewed

    Yanagawa Y, Komatsu S.

    Plant Sci.   186   250 - 258   2012

  • Comparative proteome analysis of drought-sensitive and drought-tolerant rapeseed roots and their hybrid F1 line under drought stress. Reviewed

    Mohammadi PP, Moieni A, Komatsu S.

    Amino Acids.   43   2137 - 2152   2012

  • Comparative proteome analysis of high and low cadmium accumulating soybeans under cadmium stress. Reviewed

    Hossain Z, Hajika M, Komatsu S.

    Amino Acids.   43   2393 - 2426   2012

  • Proteomic study of β-aminobutyric acid-mediated cadmium stress alleviation in soybean. Reviewed

    Hossain Z, Makino T, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   75   4151 - 4164   2012

  • Soybean Proteome Database 2012: update on the comprehensive data repository for soybean proteomics. Reviewed

    Ohyanagi H, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   3   110 - 110   2012

  • A comparative proteomics analysisin roots of soybean to compatible symbiotic bacteria under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Khatoon A, Rehman S, Salavati A, Komatsu S.

    Amino Acids.   43   2513 - 2525   2012

  • Analysis of the proteome of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) roots after inoculation with Rhizobium etli. Reviewed

    Salavati A, Taleei A, Bushehri AA, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   19   880 - 889   2012

  • Organ-specific proteomics analysis for identification of response mechanism in soybean seedlings under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Khatoon A, Rehman S, Hiraga S, Makino T, Komatsu S

    J Proteomics.   75   5706 - 5723   2012

  • Proteome analysis of gut and salivary gland proteins of fifth-instar nymph and adults of the sunn pest, Eurygaster integriceps. Reviewed

    Bezdi MS, Toorchi M, Pourabad RF, Zarghami N, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S

    Arch Insect Biochem Physiol.   1   105 - 119   2012

  • Comprehensive analysis of endoplasmic reticulum-enriched fraction in root tips of soybean under flooding stress using proteomics techniques. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kuji R, Nanjo Y, Hiraga S, Furukawa K

    J Proteomics.   77   531 - 560   2012

  • Characterization of ascorbate peroxidase in soybean under flooding and drought stresses. Reviewed

    Kausar R, Hossain Z, Makino T, Komatsu S

    Mol Biol Rep.   39   10573 - 10579   2012

  • Analysis of response mechanism in soybean under low oxygen and flooding stresses using gel-base proteomics technique. Reviewed

    Khatoon A, Rehman S, Oh MW, Woo SH, Komatsu S

    Mol Biol Rep.   39   10581 - 10594   2012

  • Differential responses of microsomal proteins and metabolites in two contrasting cadmium (Cd)-accumulating soybean cultivars under Cd stress. Reviewed

    Ahsan N, Nakamura T, Komatsu S

    Amino Acids.   42   317 - 327   2012

  • Proteomics analysis of rice response involved in reduction of grain yield under elevated ozone stress. Reviewed

    Sawada H, Komatsu S, Nanjo Y, Khan NA, Kohno Y.

    Environ Exp Botany,   77   108 - 116   2012

  • Proteomic analysis of susceptible rice expressing the whole plant-specific resistance. Reviewed

    Koga H, Dohi K, Nishiuchi T, Kato T, Takahashi H, Mori M, Komatsu S.

    Physiol Mol Plant Pathol.   77   60 - 65   2012

  • The response and protein pattern of spring rapeseed genotypes to sodium chloride stress. Reviewed

    Dolatabadi N, Toorchi M, Shakiba MR, Kazemnia H, Komatsu S.

    Afri J Agri Res,   7   755 - 763   2012

  • Evaluation of metabolite alteration under flooding stress in soybean. Reviewed

    Nakamura T, Yamamoto R, Shimamura S, Hiraga S, Nakayama N, Ozaki K, Takahashi H, Uchimiya H, Komatsu S.

    JARC,   46   237 - 248   2012

  • Nonsense mutation of an MYB transcription factor is associated with purple-blue flower color in soybean. Reviewed

    Takahashi R, Benitez ER, Oyoo ME, Khan NA, Komatsu S.

    J Hered.   102   458 - 463   2011

  • Characteristics of soybean 1-Cys peroxiredoxin and its behavior in seedlings under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Nishizawa K, Komatsu S.

    Plant Biotech.   28   83 - 88   2011

  • Proteomic analysis of secreted proteins from aseptically grown rice. Reviewed

    Shinano T, Komatsu S, Yoshimura T, Tokutaka S, Kong FJ, Watanabe T, Wasaki J, Osaki M.

    Phytochemistry.   72   312 - 320   2011

  • Negative feedback regulation of microbe-associated molecular pattern-induced cytosolic Ca2+ transients by protein phosphorylation. Reviewed

    Kurusu T, Hamada H, Sugiyama Y, Yagala T, Kadota Y, Furuichi T, Hayashi T, Umemura K, Komatsu S, Miyao A, Hirochika H, Kuchitsu K.

    J Plant Res.   124   415 - 424   2011

  • Functional characterisation of OsCPK21, a calcium-dependent protein kinase that confers salt tolerance in rice. Reviewed

    Asano T, Hakata M, Nakamura H, Aoki N, Komatsu S, Ichikawa H, Hirochika H, Ohsugi R.

    Plant Mol Biol.   75   179 - 191   2011

  • Application of proteomics to investigate stress-induced proteins for improvement in crop protection. Reviewed

    Afroz A, Ali GM, Mir A, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Rep.   30   745 - 763   2011

  • Analysis of proteins in aerenchymatous seminal roots of wheat grown in hypoxic soils under waterlogged conditions. Reviewed

    Haque ME, Kawaguchiand K, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   18   912 - 924   2011

  • Comparative proteomic analysis of canola leaves under salinity stress. Reviewed

    Bandehagh A, Salekdeh GH, Toorchi M, Mohammadi A, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   11   1965 - 19775   2011

  • Characterization of a novel flooding stress-responsive alcohol dehydrogenase expressed in soybean roots. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Deschamps T, Hiraga S, Kato M, Chiba M, Hashiguchi A, Tougou M, Shimamura S, Yasue H.

    Plant Mol Biol.   77   309 - 322   2011

  • Transcriptional responses to flooding stress in roots including hypocotyl of soybean seedlings. Reviewed

    Nanjo Y, Maruyama K, Yasue H, Yamaguchi-Shinozaki K, Shinozaki K, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   77   129 - 44   2011

  • Comprehensive analysis of mitochondria in roots and hypocotyls of soybean under flooding stress using proteomics and metabolomics techniques. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Yamamoto A, Nakamura T, Nouri MZ, Nanjo Y, Nishizawa K, Furukawa K.

    J Proteome Res.   10   3993 - 4004   2011

  • Salinity stress responses of halophytic grass Aeluropus lagopoides and recovery. Reviewed

    Sobhanian H, Motamed N, Rastgar F, Razavi K, Niknam V, Komatsu S.

    Russ J Plant Physiol.   57   784 - 791   2010

  • Ozone stress-induced proteomic changes in leaf total soluble and chloroplast proteins of soybean reveal that carbon allocation is involved in adaptation in the early developmental stage. Reviewed

    Ahsan N, Nanjo Y, Sawada H, Kohno Y, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   10   2605 - 2819   2010

  • Expression of human oocyte-specific linker histone protein and its incorporation into sperm chromatin during fertilization. Reviewed

    Mizusawa Y, Kuji N, Tanaka Y, Tanaka M, Ikeda E, Komatsu S, Kato S, Yoshimura Y.

    Fertil Steril.   93   1134 - 1141   2010

  • Identification of flooding stress responsible cascades in root and hypocotyl of soybean using proteome analysis. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Sugimoto T, Hoshino T, Nanjo Y, Furukawa K.

    Amino Acids.   38   729 - 738   2010

  • Comparative proteomics analysis of differentially expressed proteins in soybean cell wall during flooding stress. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kobayashi Y, Nishizawa K, Nanjo Y, Furukawa K.

    Amino Acids.   39   1435 - 1449   2010

  • Comparative proteomic analysis of early-stage soybean seedlings responses to flooding by using gel and gel-free techniques. Reviewed

    Nanjo Y, Skultety L, Ashraf Y, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   9   3989 - 4002   2010

  • Stem hypertrophic lenticels and secondary aerenchyma enable oxygen transport to roots of soybean in flooded soil. Reviewed

    Shimamura S, Yamamoto R, Nakamura T, Shimada S, Komatsu S.

    Ann Bot.   106   277 - 284   2010

  • Cell wall proteome of wheat roots under flooding stress using gel-based and LC MS/MS-based proteomics approaches. Reviewed

    Kong FJ, Oyanagi A, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   180   124 - 136   2010

  • Overexpression of a calcium-dependent protein kinase gene enhances growth of rice under low-nitrogen conditions. Reviewed

    Asano T, Wakayama M, Aoki N, Komatsu S, Ichikawa H, Hirochika H, Ohsugi R.

    Plant Biotech.   27   369 - 373   2010

  • Tissue-specific defense and thermo-adaptive mechanisms of soybean seedlings under heat stress revealed by proteomic approach. Reviewed

    Ahsan N, Donnart T, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   9   4189 - 4204   2010

  • Comparison of Nitrogen Utilization of the supernodulating soybean variety “Sakukei 4” and its wild varieties, “Enrei” and “Tamahomare”. Reviewed

    Nakamura T, Nakayama N, Yamamoto R, Shimamura S, Kim Y, Hiraga S, Ohyama T, Komatsu S, Shimada S.

    Plant Prod Sci.   13   123 - 131   2010

  • Analyses of the proteomes of the leaf, hypocotyl, and root of young soybean seedlings. Reviewed

    Afroz A, Hashiguchi A, Khan MR, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   17   319 - 331   2010

  • Determination of proteins induced in response to jasmonic acid and salicylic acid in resistant and susceptible cultivars of tomato. Reviewed

    Afroz A, Khan MR, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   17   836 - 846   2010

  • Comparative analysis of soybean plasma membrane proteins under osmotic stress using gel-based and LC MS/MS-based proteomics approaches. Reviewed

    Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   10   1930 - 1945   2010

  • Proteome analysis of soybean leaves, hypocotyls and roots under salt stress. Reviewed

    Sobhanian H, Razavizadeh R, Nanjo Y, Ehsanpour AA, Jazii FR, Motamed N, Komatsu S.

    Proteome Sci.   8   19 - 19   2010

  • Salt stress induced differential proteome and metabolome response in the shoots of Aeluropus lagopoides (Poaceae), a halophyte C(4) plant. Reviewed

    Sobhanian H, Motamed N, Jazii FR, Nakamura T, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   9   2882 - 2897   2010

  • Evaluation of drought related characters and protein pattern in winter rapeseed genotypes. Reviewed

    Amouzgar MR, Toorchi M, Moghaddam M, Vazadeh M, Komatsu S.

    Int J Appl Agri Res.   4   63 - 73   2009

  • Proteome analysis of soybean hypocotyl and root under salt stress. Reviewed

    Aghaei K, Ehsanpour AA, Shah AH, Komatsu S.

    Amino Acids.   36   91 - 98   2009

  • Soybean proteome database: a data resource for plant differential omics. Reviewed

    Sakata K, Ohyanagi H, Nobori H, Nakamura T, Hashiguchi A, Nanjo Y, Mikami Y, Yunokawa H, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   8   3539 - 3548   2009

  • Proteome analysis of rice root plasma membrane and detection of cold stress responsive proteins. Reviewed

    Hashimoto M, Toorchi M, Matsushita K, Iwasaki Y, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   16   685 - 697   2009

  • Comparative proteomic analysis of bacterial wilt susceptible and resistant tomato cultivars. Reviewed

    Afroz A, Khan MR, Ahsan N, Komatsu S.

    Peptides.   30   1600 - 1607   2009

  • Proteome analysis of tobacco leaves under salt stress. Reviewed

    Razavizadeh R, Ehsanpour AA, Ahsan N, Komatsu S.

    Peptides.   30   1651 - 1659   2009

  • Characterization of a histidine- and alanine-rich protein showing interaction with calreticulin in rice. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Jan A, Koga Y.

    Amino Acids.   36   137 - 146   2009

  • Gibberellin-regulated gene in the basal region of rice leaf sheath encodes basic helix-loop-helix transcription factor. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Takasaki H.

    Amino Acids.   37   21 - 238   2009

  • Analysis of plasma membrane proteome in soybean and application to flooding stress response. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Wada T, Abala Y, Nouri MZ, Nanjo Y, Nakayama N, Shimamura S, Yamamoto R, Nakamura T, Furukawa K.

    J Proteome Res.   8   4487 - 4499   2009

  • A comprehensive analysis of the soybean genes and proteins expressed under flooding stress using transcriptome and proteome techniques. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Yamamoto R, Nanjo Y, Mikami Y, Yunokawa H, Sakata K.

    J Proteome Res.   8   4766 - 4778   2009

  • Identification of cleistogamy-associated proteins in flower buds of near-isogenic lines of soybean by differential proteomic analysis. Reviewed

    Khan NA, Takahashi R, Abe J, Komatsu S.

    Peptides.   30   2095 - 2102   2009

  • Proteome analysis of early-stage soybean seedlings under flooding stress. Reviewed

    Hashiguchi A, Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   8   2058 - 2069   2009

  • Proteomics approach for identifying osmotic-stress-related proteins in soybean roots. Reviewed

    Toorchi M, Yukawa K, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    Peptides.   30   2108 - 2117   2009

  • Proteome analysis of probenazole-effect in rice-bacterial blight interactions. Reviewed

    Mahmood T, Kakishima M, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   16   1041 - 1052   2009

  • Comparative analyses of the proteomes of leaves and flowers at various stages of development reveal organ-specific functional differentiation of proteins in soybean. Reviewed

    Ahsan N, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   9   4889 - 4907   2009

  • Potato responds to salt stress by increased activity of antioxidant enzymes. Reviewed

    Aghaei K, Ehsanpour AA, Komatsu S.

    J Integr Plant Biol.   51   1095 - 1103   2009

  • Changes and characterization of glycoproteins of basal parts of leaf sheath of rice by cold stress. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Yamada E, Furukawa K.

    Amino Acids.   36   115 - 123   2009

  • Proteomic analysis of bacterial blight defense signaling pathway using thamatin-like protein overexpressed transgenic rice. Reviewed

    Mahmood T, Jan A, Komatsu S.

    Biol Plant.   52   285 - 293   2009

  • Characterization of beta-tubulin 4 regulated by gibberellin in rice leaf sheath. Reviewed

    Yang G, Jan A, Komatsu S.

    Biol Plant.   53   422 - 428   2009

  • Acoustic technology for high-performance disruption and extraction of plant proteins. Reviewed

    Toorchi M, Nouri MZ, Tsumura M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   7   3035 - 3041   2008

  • Cytosolic ascorbate peroxidase 2 (cAPX 2) is involved in the soybean response to flooding. Reviewed

    Shi F, Yamamoto R, Shimamura S, Hiraga S, Nakayama N, Nakamura T, Yukawa K, Hachinohe M, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   69   1295 - 1303   2008

  • Water uptake by seeds in yellow-seeded soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) cultivars with contrasting imbibition behaviors. Reviewed

    Nakayama N, Komatsu S.

    Plant Prod Sci.   11   415 - 521   2008

  • A novel metric embedding optimal normalization mechanism for clustering of series data. Reviewed

    Mitsui S, Sakata K, Nobori H, Komatsu S.

    ICE Transactions on Information and Systems.   91   2369 - 2371   2008

  • Proteome analysis of proteins responsive to ambient and elevated ozone in rice seedlings. Reviewed

    Feng Y, Komatsu S, Furukawa S, Koshiba T, Kohno Y.

    Agri Eco Environ   125   255 - 265   2008

  • Quantitative analysis of auxin-regulated proteins from basal part of leaf sheaths in rice by two-dimensional difference gel electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Shi F, Takasaki H, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   69   637 - 648   2008

  • Identification and characterization of a gibberellin-regulated protein, which is ASR5, in the basal region of rice leaf sheaths. Reviewed

    Takasaki H, Mahmood T, Matsuoka M, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Mol Genet Genomics.   279   359 - 370   2008

  • Proteome analysis of potato under salt stress. Reviewed

    Aghaei K, Ehsanpour AA, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   7   4858 - 4868   2008

  • Comparative proteomic study of arsenic-induced differentially expressed proteins in rice roots reveals glutathione plays a central role during As stress. Reviewed

    Ahsan N, Lee DG, Alam I, Kim PJ, Lee JJ, Ahn YO, Kwak SS, Lee IJ, Bahk JD, Kang KY, Renaut J, Komatsu S, Lee BH.

    Proteomics.   8   3561 - 3576   2008

  • Proteomic characterization of tissue expansion of rice scutellum stimulated by abscisic acid. Reviewed

    Asakura T, Hirose S, Asatsuma S, Nanjo Y, Nakaizumi T, Itoh K, Hori H, Komatsu S, Mitsui T.

    Biosci Biotechnol Biochem.   71   1260 - 1268   2007

  • Functional analysis of OsTUB8, an anther-specific β-tubulin in rice. Reviewed

    Yang G, Jan A, Kitano H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Sci.   172   832 - 838   2007

  • Proteomic analysis of jasmonic acid-regulated proteins in rice leaf blades. Reviewed

    Mahmood T, Kakishima M, Komatsu S.

    Protein Pept Lett.   14   311 - 319   2007

  • Retrograde regulation of nuclear gene expression in CW-CMS of rice. Reviewed

    Fujii S, Komatsu S, Toriyama K.

    Plant Mol Biol.   63   405 - 417   2007

  • A proteomics approach for identifyingosmotic-stress-related proteins in rice. Reviewed

    Zang X, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   68   426 - 437   2007

  • Curated genome annotation of Oryza sativa ssp. japonica and comparative genome analysis with Arabidopsis thaliana. Reviewed

    138. Rice Annotation Project, Itoh T, Tanaka T, Barrero RA, Yamasaki C, Fujii Y, Hilton PB, Antonio BA, Aono H, Apweiler R, Bruskiewich R, Bureau T, Burr F, Costa de Oliveira A, Fuks G, Habara T, Haberer G, Han B, Harada E, Hiraki AT," "Hirochika H, Hoen D, Hokari H, Hosokawa S, Hsing YI, Ikawa H, Ikeo K, Imanishi T, Ito Y, Jaiswal P, Kanno M, Kawahara Y, Kawamura T, Kawashima H, Khurana JP, Kikuchi S, Komatsu S, et al.

    Genome Res.   17   175 - 183   2007

  • Over-expression of calcium-dependent protein kinase 13 and calreticulin interacting protein 1 confers cold tolerance on rice plants. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Yang G, Khan M, Onodera H, Toki S, Yamaguchi M.

    Mol Genet Genomics.   277   713 - 723   2007

  • Proteomic analysis of rice seedlings during cold stress. Reviewed

    Hashimoto M, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   7   1293 - 1302   2007

  • gid1, a gibberellin-insensitive dwarf mutant, shows altered regulation of probenazole-inducible protein (PBZ1) in response to cold stress and pathogen attack. Reviewed

    Tanaka N, Matsuoka M, Kitano H, Asano T, Kaku H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Environ.   29   619 - 631   2006

  • Gibberellin regulates mitochondrial pyruvate dehydrogenase activity in rice. Reviewed

    Jan A, Nakamura H, Handa H, Ichikawa H, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   47   244 - 253   2006

  • Comparison of two proteomics techniques used to identify proteins regulated by gibberellin in rice. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Zang X, Tanaka N.

    J Proteome Res.   5   270 - 276   2006

  • Proteomic analysis of rice leaf sheath during drought stress. Reviewed

    Ali GM, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   5   396 - 403   2006

  • Isolation of gemetes and central cells from Oryza sativa L. Reviewed

    Uchiumi T, Komatsu S, Koshiba T, Okamoto T.

    Sex. Plant Repro.   19   37 - 45   2006

  • Protein profile in the transgenic kiwifruit over expressing a transcription factor gene, OSH1. Reviewed

    Kita M, Honda C, Komatsu S, Fujii Y, Kusaba S, Moriguchi T.

    Biol. Plant.   50   759 - 762   2006

  • Susceptibility to coolness at the young microspore stage under high nitrogen supply rice (Oryza sativa L.): Proteome analysis of mature anthers. Reviewed

    Hayashi T, Yamaguchi T, Nakayama K, Komatsu S, Koike S.

    Plant Prod. Sci.   9   212 - 218   2006

  • Interactions of two abscisic-acid induced WRKY genes in repressing gibberellin signaling in aleurone cells. Reviewed

    Xie Z, Zhang ZL, Zou X, Yang G, Komatsu S, Shen QJ.

    Plant J.   46   231 - 242   2006

  • OsBLE3, a brassinolide-enhanced gene, is involved in the growth of rice. Reviewed

    Yang G, Nakamura H, Ichikawa H, Kitano H, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   67   1442 - 1454   2006

  • The rice OsGAE1 is a novel gibberellin-regulated gene and involved in rice growth. Reviewed

    Jan A, Kitano H, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   62   439 - 452   2006

  • Proteomic analysis of bacterial-blight defense-responsive proteins in rice leaf blades. Reviewed

    Mahmood T, Jan A, Kakishima M, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   6   6053 - 6065   2006

  • Characterization of vacuolar membrane proteins changed in rice root treated with gibberellin. Reviewed

    Konishi H, Maeshima M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   4   1775 - 1780   2005

  • High throughput metabolome and proteome analysis of transgenic rice plants (Oryza sativa L.). Reviewed

    Takahashi H, Hotta Y, Hayashi M, Kawai-Yamada M, Komatsu S, Uchimiya H.

    Plant Biotechnol.   22   47 - 50   2005

  • Protein kinase A activity and protein phosphorylation during the mouse sperm acrosomal reaction. Reviewed

    Kuji N, Tanaka Y, Komatsu S, Yoshimura Y.

    Archiv Androl.   51   55 - 64   2005

  • A gibberellin-regulated protein is phosphorylated by Ca2+ -dependent protein kinase, which is downstream to the heterotrimeric G protein in rice root. Reviewed

    M. Khan, S. Yang, Y. Iwasaki, Y. Fujisawa, H. Fukuda, S. Komatsu.

    Plant Cell Environ.   28   679 - 687   2005

  • A 55-kDa calcium dependent protein kinase phosphorylated Thr residues from the auto-regulatory domain of plasma membrane H+-ATPase in rice. Reviewed

    Ookura T, Komatsu S, Kawamura Y, Kasamo K.

    JARC   39   99 - 104   2005

  • Genome-wide identification of the rice calcium-dependent protein kinase and its closely related kinase gene families: comprehensive analysis of the CDPKs gene family in rice. Reviewed

    Asano T, Tanaka N, Yang G, Hayashi N, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   46   356 - 355   2005

  • Expression and function of proteins during development of the basal region in rice seedlings. Reviewed

    Tanaka N, Mitsui S, Nobori H, Yanagi K, Komatsu S.

    Mol Cell Proteomics.   4   796 - 808   2005

  • Identification of rice root proteins regulated by gibberellin using proteome analysis. Reviewed

    Konishi H, Kitano H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Environ.   28   328 - 339   2005

  • A proteomic approach to analyze auxin- and zinc-responsive protein in rice. Reviewed

    Yang G, Inoue A, Takasaki H, Kaku H, Akao S, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   4   456 - 463   2005

  • Identification of phosphoproteins regulated by gibberellin in rice leaf sheath. Reviewed

    Khan MM, Jan A, Karibe H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   58   27 - 40   2005

  • Proteomic analysis of rice embryo: an approach for investigating Galpha protein-regulated proteins. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Abbasi F, Kobori E, Fujisawa Y, Kato H, Iwasaki Y.

    Proteomics.   5   3932 - 3941   2005

  • Fine resolution of human sperm nucleoproteins by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Yoshii T, Kuji N, Komatsu S, Iwahashi K, Tanaka Y, Yoshida H, Wada A, Yoshimura Y.

    Mol Hum Reprod.   11   677 - 681   2005

  • Proteome approach to characterize the methylmalonate-semialdehyde dehydrogenase that is regulated by gibberellin. Reviewed

    Tanaka N, Takahashi H, Kitano H, Matsuoka M, Akao S, Uchimiya H, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   4   1575 - 1582   2005

  • Comprehensive phosphoproteome analysis in rice and identification of phosphoproteins responsive to different hormones/stresses. Reviewed

    Khan M, Takasaki H, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   4   1592 - 1599   2005

  • Characterization of fructose-bisphosphate aldolase regulated by gibberellin in roots of rice seedling. Reviewed

    Konishi H, Yamane H, Maeshima M, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   56   839 - 849   2004

  • Arabidopsis COP10 forms a complex with DDB1 and DET1 in vivo and enhances the activity of ubiquitin conjugating enzymes. Reviewed

    Yanagawa Y, Sullivan JA, Komatsu S, Gusmaroli G, Suzuki G, Yin J, Ishibashi T, Saijo Y, Rubio V, Kimura S, Wang J, Deng XW.

    Genes Dev.   18   2172 - 2181   2004

  • Characterization of a xyloglucan endotransglucosylase gene that is up-regulated by gibberellin in rice. Reviewed

    Jan A, Yang G, Nakamura H, Ichikawa H, Kitano H, Matsuoka M, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Physiol.   136   3670 - 3681   2004

  • OsCDPK13, a calcium-dependent protein kinase gene from rice, is induced by cold and gibberellin in rice leaf sheath. Reviewed

    Abbasi F, Onodera H, Toki S, Tanaka H, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   55   541 - 552   2004

  • Abscisic acid promoted changes in the protein profiles of rice seedling by proteome analysis. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Komatsu S.

    Mol Biol Rep.   31   217 - 230   2004

  • Chitinase induced by jasmonic acid, methyl jasmonate, ethylene and protein phosphatase inhibitors in rice. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Yang G, Komatsu S.

    Mol Biol Rep.   31   113 - 119   2004

  • Proteomics of the rice cell: systematic identification of the protein populations in subcellular compartments. Reviewed

    Tanaka N, Fujita M, Handa H, Murayama S, Uemura M, Kawamura Y, Mitsui T, Mikami S, Tizawa Y, Yoshinaga T, Komatsu S.

    Mol Gen Genom.   271   566 - 576   2004

  • Microarray analysis of brassinosteroids- and gibberellin-regulated gene expression in rice seedlings. Reviewed

    Yang G, Jan A, yazaki J, Ishikawa M, Shimatani Z, Kishimoto N, Kikuchi S, Matsumoto H, Komatsu S.

    Mol Gen Genom.   271   468 - 478   2004

  • Proteome analysis of rice tissues by two-dimensional electrophoresis: an approach to the investigation of gibberellin regulated proteins. Reviewed

    Tanaka N, Konishi H, Khan M, Komatsu S.

    Mol Gen Genom.   270   385 - 496   2004

  • Alterations by a defect in a rice G protein α subunit in probenazole and pathogen induced responses. Reviewed

    S.Komatsu, G.Yang, N.Hayashi, H.Kaku, K.Umemura, Y.Iwasaki.

    Plant Cell Environ.   27   947 - 957   2004

  • Rice Proteome Database based on two-dimensional polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis: its status in 2003. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kojima K, Suzuki K, Ozaki K, Higo K.

    Nucleic Acids Res.   32   388 - 392   2004

  • Methylmalonate-semialdehyde dehydrogenase is induced in auxin-stimulated and zinc-stimulated root formation in rice. Reviewed

    Oguchi K, Tanaka N, Komatsu S, Akao S.

    Plant Cell Rep.   22   848 - 858   2004

  • Molecular cloning and characterization of a novel brassinolide enhanced gene OsBLE1 in Oryza sativa seedlings. Reviewed

    Yang G, Komatsu S.

    Plant Physiol Biochem.   42   1 - 6   2004

  • Characterization of NADPH-dependent oxidoreductase induced by auxin in rice. Reviewed

    Oguchi K, Tanaka N, Komatsu S, Akao S.

    Physiol Plant.   121   124 - 131   2004

  • Proteomic analysis of brown planthopper: application to the study of carbamate toxicity. Reviewed

    Sharma R, Komatsu S, Noda H.

    Insect Biochem Mol Biol.   34   425 - 432   2004

  • A novel rice PR10 protein, RSOsPR10, specifically induced in roots by biotic and abiotic stresses, possibly via the jasmonic acid signaling pathway. Reviewed

    Hashimoto M, Kisseleva L, Sawa S, Furukawa T, Komatsu S, Koshiba T.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   45   550 - 559   2004

  • A novel interaction between calreticulin and ubiquitin-like nuclear protein in rice. Reviewed

    Sharma A, Isogai M, Yamamoto T, Sakaguchi K, Hashimoto J, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   45   684 - 692   2004

  • A proteomic approach to analyze salt-responsive proteins in rice leaf sheath. Reviewed

    Abbasi FM, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   4   2072 - 2081   2004

  • Expression analyses of beta-tubulin isotype genes in rice. Reviewed

    Yoshikawa M, Yang G, Kawaguchi K, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   44   1202 - 1207   2003

  • Proteome analysis of the relationship between bruchid-resistant and -susceptible mungbean genotypes. Reviewed

    Khan M, Khan A, Ishimoto M, Kitamura K, Komatsu S.

    Plant Genetic Resources: Characterisation and Utilisation.   1   115 - 123   2003

  • Involvement of protein phosphorylation and reactive species jasmonate-elicited accumulation of defense/stress-related proteins in rice seedling. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Khan M, Komatsu S.

    J Biol Sci. .   3   994 - 1009   2003

  • Expression of the exocytotic protein syntaxin in mouse oocytes. Reviewed

    Iwahashi K, Juji N, Komatsu S, Yoshimura Y, Akagawa K.

    Reproduction,   126   73 - 81   2003

  • OsCDPK13, a calcium-dependent protein kinase gene from rice, is induced in response to cold and gibberellin. Reviewed

    Yang G, Shen S, Yang S, Komatsu S.

    Plant Physiol Biochem.   41   369 - 374   2003

  • Modulation of vacuolar H+ -pumps and aquaporin by phytohormones in rice seedling leaf sheaths. Reviewed

    Yang S, Maeshima M, Tanaka Y, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   26   88 - 92   2003

  • Characterization of proteins responsive to gibberellin in the leaf-sheath of rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedling using proteome analysis. Reviewed

    Shen S, Sharma A, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   26   129 - 136   2003

  • Characterization of calreticulin as a phosphoprotein interacting with cold-induced protein kinase in rice. Reviewed

    Li Z, Onodera H, Ugaki M, Tanaka H, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   26   256 - 261   2003

  • A proteomics approach to investigating promotive effects of brassinolide on lamina inclination and root growth in rice seedlings. Reviewed

    Konishi H, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   26   401 - 408   2003

  • A novel brassinolide-enhanced gene identified by cDNA microarray is involved in the growth of rice. Reviewed

    Yang G, Matsuoka M, Iwasaki Y, Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   52   843 - 854   2003

  • Cell-cycle-related variation in proteins in suspension-cultured rice cells. Reviewed

    Takase T, Yanagawa Y, Komatsu S, Nakagawa H, Hashimoto J.

    J Plant Res.   116   469 - 475   2003

  • Aquaporin isoforms responsive to salt and water stresses and phytohormones in radish seedlings. Reviewed

    Suga S, Komatsu S, Maeshima M.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   43   1229 - 1237   2002

  • Function of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase activase on perception of gibberellin in rice. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Zhang Z, Konishi H, Tagiri A, Tanaka H, Yoshikawa M, Yang G.

    Res Commun Biochem Cell Mol Biol.   6   69 - 20   2002

  • Immunological evidence for the induced accumulation of chitinase by jasmonic acid, methy jasmonate, ethylene and protein phosphatase inhibitors in rice. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Komatsu S.

    Res Commun Biochem Cell Mol Biol.   6   39 - 56   2002

  • Characterization of a membrane-associated phosphoprotein (pp47) in rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedlings treated by gibberellin. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Yang G, Unno K, Park P.

    J Plant Physiol.   159   121 - 128   2002

  • Involvement of a Ca(2+)-dependent protein kinase component downstream to the gibberellin-binding phosphoprotein, RuBisCO activase, in rice. Reviewed

    Sharma A, Komatsu S.

    Biochem Biophys Res Commun.   290   690 - 695   2002

  • A proteomic analysis of leaf sheaths from rice. Reviewed

    Shen S, Matsubae M, Takao T, Tanaka N, Komatsu S.

    J Biochem.   132   613 - 620   2002

  • Identification of a membrane-associated protein that is phosphorylated in gibberellin-treated rice seedlings. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Konishi H, Yang G, Rakwal R.

    Res Commun Biochem Cell Mol Biol.   5   133 - 145   2001

  • Characterization of mustard [Brassica juncea (L.) Czern. & Coss.] germplasm by SDS-PAGE of total seed proteins. Reviewed

    Rabbani MA, Qureshi AA, Afzal M, Anwar R, Komatsu S.

    Pak J Bot.   33   173 - 179   2001

  • A proteomics approach towards understanding blast fungus infection of rice grown under different levels of nitrogen fertilization. Reviewed

    Konishi H, Ishiguro K, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics   1   1162 - 1171   2001

  • Jasmonic acid-induced necrosis and drastic decreases in ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase in rice seedlings under light involves reactive oxygen species. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Komatsu S.

    J Plant Physiol.   158   679 - 688   2001

  • Antisense inhibition of a BRI1 receptor reveals additional protein kinase signaling components downstream to the perception of brassinosteroids in rice. Reviewed

    Sharma A, Matsuoka M, Tanaka H, Komatsu S.

    FEBS Lett.   507   346 - 350   2001

  • Characterization of a Ca2+-dependent protein kinase from rice root: differential response to cold and regulation by abscisic acid. Reviewed

    69. Komatsu S, Li W, Konishi H, Yoshikawa M, Konishi T, Yang G.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   24   1316 - 1319   2001

  • Immunological evidence for pathogenesis related proteins by jasmonic acid and blast infection in rice. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Kaku H, Komatsu S.

    Res Commun Biochem Cell Mol Biol.   5   3 - 25   2001

  • Molecular cloning and characterization of calreticulin, a calcium-binding protein involved in the regeneration of rice cultured suspension cells. Reviewed

    Li Z, Komatsu S.

    Eur J Biochem.   267   737 - 745   2000

  • Role of jasmonate in the rice (Oryza sativa L.) self-defense mechanism using proteome analysis. Reviewed

    Rakwal R, Komatsu S.

    Electrophoresis   21   2492 - 2500   2000

  • Targeting activated lymphocytes with an entirely human immunotoxin analogue: human pancreatic RNase1-human IL-2 fusion. Reviewed

    Psarras K, Ueda M, Tanabe M, Kitajima M, Aiso S, Komatsu S, Seno M.

    Cytokine.   12   786 - 790   2000

  • Cold stress-induced calcium-dependent protein kinase(s) in rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedling stem tissues. Reviewed

    Li W, Komatsu S.

    Theor Appl Genet.   101   353 - 363   2000

  • Molecular cloning and characterization of cDNAs encoding two isoforms of ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase activase in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Reviewed

    Zhang Z, Komatsu S.

    J Biochem.   128   383 - 389   2000

  • Involvement of calcium-dependent protein kinase in rice (Oryza sativa L.) lamina inclination caused by brassinolide. Reviewed

    Yang G, Komatsu S.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   41   1243 - 1250   2000

  • N-terminal amino acid sequences of prolamins encoded by the alleles at the Pro1 and Pro2 loci in foxtail millet, Setaria italica (L.) P. Beauv. Reviewed

    Nakayama H, Komatsu S, Namai H, Okuno K.

    Genes Genet Syst   74   309 - 314   1999

  • Phosphorylation upon cold stress in rice (Oryza sativa L.) seedlings. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hamada H, Karibe H, Rakwal R.

    Theor Appl Genet.   98   1304 - 1310   1999

  • Characterization of protein complexes containing nucleoside diphosphate kinase with characteristics of light signal transduction through phytochrome in etiolated pea seedlings. Reviewed

    Ogura T, Tanaka N, Yabe N, Komatsu S, Hasunuma K.

    Photo Photo.   69   397 - 403   1999

  • Separation and characterization of protein in rice (Oryza Sativa) suspension cultures cells. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Rakwal R, Li Z.

    Plant Cell Tiss Organ Cult.   55   183 - 999   1999

  • Phosphorylation of proteins in the stem section of etiolated rice seedling irradiated with red light. Reviewed

    Hamada T, Hasunuma K, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   22   122 - 126   1999

  • Separation and characterization of proteins from green and etiolated shoots of rice (Oryza sativa L.): towards a rice proteome. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Muhammad A, Rakwal R.

    Electrophoresis.   20   630 - 636   1999

  • The involvement of Ca2+-dependent protein kinase in the regeneration of rice cultured suspension cells. Reviewed

    Karibe H, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   21   163 - 166   1998

  • Human pancreatic RNase1-human epidermal growth factor fusion: an entirely human 'immunotoxin analog' with cytotoxic properties against squamous cell carcinomas. Reviewed

    Psarras K, Ueda M, Yamanura T, Ozawa S, Kitajima M, Komatsu S, Seo M.

    Protein Engineering.   11   1285 - 1292   1998

  • Varietal differences in protein phosphorylation during cold treatment of rice leaves. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kato A.

    Phytochemistry.   45   1329 - 1335   1997

  • Analysis of protein kinases involved in growth regulation of rice embryos and leaves. Reviewed

    Karibe H, Komatsu S.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   20   1039 - 1043   1997

  • Screening of rice genes of a cDNA catalog based on the sequence data-file of proteins separated by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Zhong B, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Breed Sci. .   47   245 - 251   1997

  • Protein phosphorylation during heading time in rice. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Xia BS.

    Biosci Biotech Biochem.   61   1312 - 1316   1997

  • Effect of abscisic acid on phosphatidylserine-sensitive calcium dependent protein kinase activity and protein phosphorylation in rice. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Karibe H, Masuda T.

    Biosci Biotech Biochem.   61   418 - 423   1997

  • Partial purification and characterization of a calcium-dependent protein kinase in rice leaves. Reviewed

    Karibe H, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Phytochemistry.   41   1459 - 1464   1996

  • Phosphatidylserine-sensitive calcium dependent protein kinase in rice embryo. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Karibe H, Xia BX, Hirano H.

    Phytochemistry.   42   21 - 27   1996

  • ASABF, a novel cysteine-rich antibacterial peptide isolated from the nematode Ascaris suum. Purification, primary structure, and molecular cloning of cDNA. Reviewed

    Kato Y. Komatsu S.

    J Biol Chem.   271   30493 - 30498   1996

  • Protein Kinases from Soybean and Rice Leaves. Reviewed

    Karibe H, Komatsu S.

    Biosci Biotech Biochem.   60   530 - 531   1996

  • Phosphorylation of a protein (pp56) is related to the regeneration of rice cultured suspension cells. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Masuda T, Abe K.

    Plant Cell Physiol.   37   748 - 753   1996

  • Epidermal growth factor binding proteins in rice (Oryza sativa L.) leaves. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Abe K, Karibe H.

    Biol Pharm Bull.   19   905 - 908   1996

  • Rice gibberellin-binding phosphoprotein structurally related to ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase activase. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Masuda T, Hirano H.

    FEBS Lett.   384   167 - 171   1996

  • Linkage analysis of the gene loci for seed glutin (Glu-1), semidwarfism (sd-1) and shattering habit (sh-2) in rice (Oryza sativa L). Reviewed

    Nakamura A, Komatsu S, Xia BS, Hirano H.

    Breed Sci. .   45   185 - 188   1995

  • A calcium- and phospholipid-dependent proein kinase from rice (Oryza sativa L) leaves. Reviewed

    Karibe H, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Physiologia Plantarum.   95   127 - 133   1995

  • Nucleotide sequence of a soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) ubiquitin gene. Reviewed

    Xia BS, Waterhouse RN, Watanabe Y, Kajiwara H, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Plant Physiol.   104   805 - 806   1994

  • Protein kinase-catalysed protein phosphorylation in rice leaves. Reviewed

    Masuda T, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Phytochemistry   36   1147 - 1151   1994

  • A calcium- and phospholipid-dependent protein kinase in soybean Reviewed

    Honda C, Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Phytochemistry   35   1407 - 1411   1994

  • Protein Kinase activity and Insulin-binding Activity in Plant Basic 7S Globulin Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Koshio O, Hirano H.

    Biosci Biotech Biochem.   58   1705 - 1706   1994

  • A peptide that stimulates phosphorylation of the plant insulin-binding protein, Isolation, primary structure and cDNA cloning. Reviewed

    Watanabe Y, Barbashov SF, Komatsu S, Hemmings AM, Miyagi M, Tsunasawa S, Hirano H.

    Eur J Biochem.   224   167 - 172   1994

  • Protein kinase activity and protein phosphorylation in rice (Oryza sativa L.) leaf. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Plant Sci. .   94   127 - 137   1993

  • Microsequence analysis of the N-terminally blocked proteins immobilized on polyvinylidene difluoride membrane by western blotting. Reviewed

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Kajiwara H, Takagi Y, Tsunasawa S.

    Electrophoresis.   14   839 - 846   1993

  • A rice protein library: a data-file of rice proteins separated by two-dimensional electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kajiwara H, Hirano H.

    Theor Appl Genet.   86   935 - 942   1993

  • Sequence analysis of semidwarfism-related proteins in rice. Reviewed

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Nakamura A, tsunasawa S, Sakiyama F.

    J Protein Chem.   11   425 - 426   1992

  • Soybean seed 34-kDa oil-body-associated protein separated by two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Kajiwara H, Hirano H.

    Plant Sci.   81   21 - 27   1992

  • Rice seed globulin: a protein similar to wheat seed glutenin. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Phytochemistry   31   3455 - 3459   1992

  • 80 kDa mouse sperm protein as a substrate of protein kinase C. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    Chem Pharm Bull.   40   2780 - 2782   1992

  • Isolation and characterization of equinatoxins from the sea anemone Actinia equina L. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Furukawa K, Abe K, Hirano H, Ueda M.

    Chem Pharm Bull.   40   2873 - 2875   1992

  • Deblocking and subsequent microsequence analysis of N alpha-blocked proteins electroblotted onto PVDF membrane. Reviewed

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Takakura H, Sakiyama F, Tsunasawa S.

    J Biochem.   111   754 - 757   1992

  • Protein encoded by genes which are linked with semidwarfing gene in rice. Reviewed

    Hirano H, nakamura A, Kikuchi F, Komatsu S.

    JARQ.   25   225 - 229   1992

  • Enhancement of fertilization by micromanupuration. Reviewed

    Suzuki S, Kurasawa S, Komatsu S.

    Assist Repro Tech Androl.   1   269 - 285   1991

  • Microsequence analysis of Nα-blocked proteins electroblotted onto an immobilizing matrix from polyacrylamide gels. Reviewed

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Kajiwara H, Takakura A, Sakiyama F, Tsunasawa S.

    Anal Sci.   7   941 - 944   1991

  • Rapid analysis for the conformation and the interaction of metalloproteins by high performance capillary electrophoresis. Reviewed

    Kajiwara H, Komatsu S, Hirano H,

    Anal Sci. .   7   265 - 268   1991

  • Plant basic 7 S globulin-like proteins have insulin and insulin-like growth factor binding activity. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Hirano H.

    FEBS Lett.   294   210 - 212   1991

  • Structural homology between semidwarfism-related proteins and glutelin seed protein in rice (Oryza sativa L.). Reviewed

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Nakamura A, Kikuchi F, Kajiwara H, Tsunasawa S, Sakiyama F.

    Theor Appl Genet.   83   153 - 158   1991

  • Protein kinase C activity and protein phosphorylation in mouse sperm. Reviewed

    Endo Y, Komatsu S, Hirai M, Suzuki S, Shimizu N.

    Acta Obst Gynec Jpn.   43   39 - 47   1991

  • Protein kinase C activity and protein phosphorylation in mouse eggs. Reviewed

    Endo Y, Komatsu S, Hirai M, Shimizu N, Suzuki S.

    J In Vitro Fert Embryo Transf.   8   160 - 166   1991

  • Demonstration of maturation-promoting and -inhibiting activities in mouse oocytes. Reviewed

    Endo Y, Komatsu S, Suzuki S.

    J In Vitro Fert Embryo Transf.   7   271 - 274   1990

  • Studies on in vitro 2-cell block mechanism in the mouse with special reference to cytoplasmic factors Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Suzuki S, Kitai H, Endo Y, Fukasawa T, Iizuka R.

    Prog Clin Biol Res.   296   322 - 326   1989

  • Characterization of proein kinase C in mouse subcellular localization and isozyme. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Endo Y, Hirai M, Shimuzu N, Suzuki S, Iizuka R.

    J Soc Basic Repro Immunol.   4   93 - 96   1989

  • The role pf protein kinase C dependent phosphorylation in the mouse sperm acrosome reaction. Reviewed

    Komatsu S, Endo Y, Suzuki S, Iizuka R, Hirai M, Shimuzu N.

    J Soc Basic Repro Immunol.   3   74 - 80   1988

  • Analysis of cytoplasmic factors in developmental cleavage of mouse embryo. Reviewed

    Suzuki S, Komatsu S, Kitai H, Endo Y, Iizuka R, Fukasawa T.

    Cell Differ   24   133 - 138   1988

  • Mutagenesity of the antithyroid agent thiamazole. Reviewed

    Hashimoto T, Takeuchi K, Ohno S, Komatsu S.

    J Toxicol Sci   12   23 - 33   1987

  • Cytosolic analysis of dominant lethal effects of mitomycin C and ethyl methanesulfonate Reviewed

    Hashimoto T, Takeuchi K, Ohno S, Komatsu S, Ohno Y.

    J Toxicol Sci   12   33 - 45   1987

  • In vitro fertilization and development of ova obtained from female mice treated with aminopterin and mitomycin C Reviewed

    Hashimoto T, Takeuchi K, Ohno S, Komatsu S.

    J Toxicol Sci   11   321 - 333   1986

  • Cooperative inhibitory effect of follicular fluid and cAMP on hamster oocyte maturation. Reviewed

    Suzuki S, Kurasawa S, Kitai H, Oba M, Komatsu S, Yoda K, Iizuka R.

    Experiential   42   795 - 798   1986

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Books

  • Plant Proteomic Research 4.0 Reviewed International journal

    Chen S, Komatsu S( Role: Supervisor (editorial))

    MDPI  2022.4 

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    About plant proteomic research, 3 reviews and 9 original articles were included.

  • Plant Proteomic Research 3.0 Reviewed International journal

    Komatsu S. Jorrin-Novo J.( Role: Edit)

    MDPI  2021.7 

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    About plant proteomic research, 4 reviews and 19 original articles were included.

  • Plant proteomics Reviewed International journal

    Setsuko Komatsu, Ghazaka Mustafa( Role: Joint author ,  Chapter 3)

    CABI International  2023.1 

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    In: Plant Omics, Editors: Hajime Ohyanagi, Eiji Yamamoto, Ai Kitazumi, Kentaro Yano

  • Proteomics of plant-nanoparticle interaction mechanism Reviewed International journal

    Ghazala Mustafa, Setsuko Komatsu( Role: Joint author ,  Chapter 3)

    Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.  2022.5 

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    In: Plant and Nanoparticles, Editors: Jen-Tsung Chen

  • Visualization scheme for the analyses of proteomics, metabolomics, and transcriptomics data on the promotive effect of plant-derived smoke on flooding-stressed soybean. Reviewed International journal

    Katsumi Sakata, Hiroyuki Imai, Wei Zhu, Jingkui Tian, Matsuo Uemura, Setsuko Komatsu( Role: Joint author ,  Chapter 14)

    Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.  2022.4 

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    In: Plant Proteomics: Concept and Applications, Editors: Murtaza Abid, M.M. Abid Ali Khan, Amber Hasan, Ratna Katiyar

  • Plant Proteomic Research 2.0

    Komatsu S( Role: Joint author)

    MDPI  2019.4 

  • Proteomics in Food Science (Proteomics of soybean plants)

    Colgrave M (Hashiguchi A, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    Elsevier  2017 

  • Methods in Enzymology: Proteomics in Biology Part A & B (Posttranslational modifications and plant-environment interaction)

    Shulla AK (Hashiguchi A, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    Elsevier  2017 

  • World Congress of International Plant Proteomics Organization

    Agrawal G, Carpenter S, Komatsu S, Thelen J, Hajduch M, Job D( Role: Joint author)

    Journal of Proteomics  2017 

  • Food Crop Proteomics

    Komatsu S, Jorrin-Novo J.( Role: Joint author)

    Journal of Proteomics  2016 

  • Agricultural Proteomics (Proteomic analysis of crop plants under low temperature: A review of cold responsive proteins.)

    Salekdeh GH (Gharechahi J, Sharifi G, Komatsu S, Salekedh GH)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer  2016 

  • Agricultural Proteomics (Proteomics of flooding-stressed plants.)

    Salekdeh GH (Khan MN, Komatsu S.)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer  2016 

  • Plant Proteomic Research

    Komatsu S, Hossain Z( Role: Joint author)

    MDPI  2016 

  • Agricultural Bioinformatics (Mining knowledge from omics data.)

    P.B. Kavi Kishor (Sakata K, Nakamura T, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer  2014 

  • Plant Proteomics

    Komatsu S, Hossain Z.( Role: Joint author)

    MDPI  2014 

  • Application of Proteomics for Improvement in Crop Protection/Artificially Regulation

    Komatsu S, Mock HP, Yang P.( Role: Joint author)

    Frontiers in Plant Science  2014 

  • Plant proteomics Reviewed International journal

    Setsuko Komatsu, Ghazaka Mustafa( Role: Joint author ,  Chapter 3)

    CABI International  2013.1 

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    In: Plant Omics, Editors: Hajime Ohyanagi, Eiji Yamamoto, Ai Kitazumi, Kentaro Yano

  • Agricultural and environmental proteomics

    Komatsu S, Hynes P( Role: Joint author)

    Journal of Proteome Research  2013 

  • Plant Proteomics. Methods and Protocols

    Jorrin-Novo J, Komatsu S.( Role: Joint author)

    Humana Press (Methods in Molecular Biology)  2013 

  • Proteomics in Foods: Principles and Applications, Food Microbiology and Food Safety 2 (Proteomics and applications to food science in rice.)

    F.Toldra, LML. Nollet (Yang P, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer Science +Business Media New York  2013 

  • Frontiers in Agriculture Proteome Research: Contribution of Proteomics technology in agricultural sciences

    Mock H-P, Wang Z-Y, Komatsu S.( Role: Joint author)

    NARO  2012 

  • Plant Proteomics

    Whitelegge JP, Komatsu S, Jorrin-Novo J.( Role: Joint author)

    Phytochemistry  2012 

  • Microbial Proteomics and Plant Proteomics

    Domont G, Komatsu S( Role: Joint author)

    Journal of Proteome Research  2012 

  • Soybean: Molecular Aspects of Breeding (Proteomics approach for identifying abitic stress responsive proteins in soybean.)

    Sudaric A (Nouri MZ, Toorchi M, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    InTech  2011 

  • Heavy Metal Detoxication (Organellar proteimics: A hugh-throughput approach for better understanding of heavy metal accumulation and detoxificatuion in plants)

    I. Sherameti, A. Varma (Ahsan N, Lee BH, Komatsu S)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg  2011 

  • Rice Functional Genomics (Rice proteomics: A step towards functional analysis of the rice genome)

    N.M.Upadhyaya, E.S.Dennis (S. Komatsu)( Role: Joint author)

    ASAP  2007 

  • Plant Nutrition for Sustainable Food Production and Environment (Analysis of protein in low-phosphorus-adapted ruzigrass (Brachiaria ruziziensis))

    T.Ando (T.Masuda, T.Yonayama, K.Kataoka, S.Komatsu)( Role: Joint author)

    Kluwer Academic Publishers  1997 

  • Plant Tissue Culture and Gene Manipulation for Breeding and Formation of Phytochemicals (Structure and function of plant basic 7S globulin-like proteins.)

    K.Oono (H.Hirano, S.Komastu, H.Kajiwara, Y.Watanabe)( Role: Joint author)

    National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences  1992 

  • Advances in Assisted Reproductive Technologies (Gametes-and embryo-oviduct interactions.)

    S.Mashiach (S.Suzuki, Y.Oshiba, Y.Endo, S.Komatsu, H.Kitai, R.Iizuka)( Role: Joint author)

    Pleum Press  1990 

  • Future Aspects in Human In vitro Fertilization. (Experimental approaches to the preimplantation ova with emphasis on cytoplasmic factors, cell cycle and intercellular connections)

    W. Feichinger, P. Kemeter (S.Suzuki, H.Kitai, S.Kurasawa, S.Komatsu, R.Iizuka)( Role: Joint author)

    Springer Verlag  1987 

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MISC

  • Plant proteomic research for improvement of food crops under stresses: a review Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Mustafa G, Komatsu S

    Mol Omics   17   860 - 880   2021.12

  • Morphophysiological and proteomic responses on plants of irradiation with electromagnetic waves Invited Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Zhong Z, Wang X, Yin X, Tian J, Komatsu S

    Int J Mol Sci   22   12239   2021.11

  • Plant Proteomic Research 5.0: From Data to Insights Invited Reviewed

    Setsuko Komatsu, Michelle L. Colgrave

    Int J Mol Sci   24   258   2023.1

  • Plant Proteomic Research 4.0: Frontiers in Stress Resilience Reviewed International coauthorship International journal

    Chen S, Komatsu S

    Int J Mol Sci   22   13362   2021.12

  • Proteomic analysis to understand mechanism in crop against nanoparticles

    Yasmeen F, Komatsu S.

    Comprehensive Foodomics   1   718 - 729   2021.3

  • Plant-derived smoke affects biochemical mechanism on plant growth and seed germination

    Khatoon A, Rehman SU, Aslam MM, Jamil M, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 20 )   7760   2020.10

  • Proteomic techniques for the development of flood-tolerant soybean

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 20 )   7497   2020.10

  • Multi-omics strategies for decoding smoke-assisted germination pathways and seed vigour

    Bose U, Juhasz A, Broadbent JA, Komatsu S, Colgrave ML.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 20 )   7512   2020.10

  • Chapter 9-Isolation, purity assessment, and proteomic analysis of endoplasmic reticulum

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   2139   117 - 131   2020.7

  • Nanoparticles: synthesis, morphophysiological effects, and proteomic responses of crop plants

    Hossain Z, Yasmeen F, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   21 ( 9 )   3056   2020.4

  • Gel electrophoresis-based plant proteomics: Past, present, and future.

    Jorrin-Novo JV, Komatsu S, Sanchez-Lucas R, Rodriguez de Francisco LE.

    J Proteomics   2019.3

  • Isolation, Purity assessment, and proteomic analysis of nuclei. 

    Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   1693   81 - 90   2018.4

  • Subcellular proteomics: application to elucidation of flooding-response mechanisms in soybean.

    Komatsu S, Hashiguchi A.

    Proteomes   6   13 - 00   2018.4

  • Proteomic approaches to uncover the flooding and drought stress response mechanisms in soybean.

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics   172   201 - 215   2018.4

  • Phosphoproteomics: protein phosphorylation in regulation of seed germination and plant growth.

    Yin X, Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Curr Protein Pept Sci.   19   401 - 412   2018.4

  • Improvement of soybean products through the response mechanism analysis using proteomic technique.

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    Adv Food Nutr Res.   82   117 - 148   2017

  • Proteomic contributions to medicinal plant research: from plant metabolism to pharmacological action.

    Hashiguchi A, Tian J, Komatsu S.

    Proteomes.   5   35 - 00   2017

  • Comprehensive analysis of response and tolerant mechanisms in early-stage soybean at initial-flooding stress.

    Yin X, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics   169   225 - 232   2017

  • nanoparticles mediated soybean response mechanism at morphological, physiological, and proteomic level.

    Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    Current Proteomics   43   3 - 12   2017

  • Plant subcellular proteomics: Application for exploring optimal cell function in soybean.

    Wang X, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   143   45 - 56   2016

  • Plant nuclear proteomics for unraveling physiological function.

    Yin X, Komatsu S.

    N Biotechnol.   15   2008 - 2025   2016

  • Impact of post-translational modifications of crop proteins under abiotic stress.

    Hashiguchi A, Komatsu S.

    Proteomes   4   42 - 00   2016

  • Toxicity of heavy metals and metal-containing nanoparticles on plants.

    Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1864   932 - 944   2016

  • Proteomics of important food crops in the Asia Oceania Region: Current status and future perspectives.

    Chakraborty S, Salekdeh GH, Yang P, Woo SH, Chin CF, Gehring C, Haynes PA, Mirzaei M, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   14   2723 - 2744   2015

  • Plant responses to nanoparticle stress.

    Hossain Z, Mustafa G, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   16   26644 - 26653   2015

  • Abiotic stresses: insight into gene regulation and protein expression in photosynthetic pathways of plants.

    Nouri MZ, Moumeni A, Komatsu S.

    Int J Mol Sci.   16   20392 - 20416   2015

  • Proteomic techniques and management of flooding tolerance in soybean.

    Komatsu S, Tougou M, Nanjo Y.

    J Proteome Res.   14   3768 - 3778   2015

  • Omics’ techniques and their use to identify how soybean responds to flooding.

    Komatsu S, Sakata K, Nanjo Y.

    J Anal Sci Tech.   6   9 - 00   2015

  • Western blotting using PVDF membranes and its downstream applications.

    Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   1312   227 - 236   2015

  • Plant proteomics: from genome sequencing to proteome databases and repositories.

    Sakata K, Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   1072   29 - 42   2014

  • Root Proteomics.

    Nouri MZ, Komatsu S

    Root Enginee Soil Biol   40   407 - 421   2014

  • Wheat proteomics: proteome modulation and abiotic stress acclimation.

    Komatsu S, Kamal AH, Hossain Z.

    Front Plant Sci.   5   684 - 00   2014

  • Ultraweak photon emission and proteomics analyses in soybean under abiotic stress.

    Komatsu S, Kamal AH, Makino T, Hossain Z.

    Biochim Biophys Acta.   1844   1208 - 1218   2014

  • Soybean proteomics.

    Hossain Z, Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   1072   315 - 331   2014

  • Potentiality of soybean proteomics in untying the mechanism of flood and drought stress tolerance.

    Hossain Z, Komatsu S.

    Proteomes   2   107 - 127   2014

  • Soybean proteomics for unraveling abiotic stress response mechanism.

    Hossain Z, Khatoon A, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   12   4670 - 4684   2013

  • Organ-specific proteome analysis for identification of abiotic stress response mechanism in crop.

    Komatsu S, Hossain Z.

    Front Plant Sci.   4   71 - 00   2013

  • Proteomic insights into intra- and intercellular plant-bacteria symbiotic association during root nodule formation.

    Salavati A, Shafeinia A, Klubicova K, Bushehri AA, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   4   28 - 00   2013

  • Plant-bacterium interactions analyzed by proteomics.

    Afroz A, Zahur M,

    Front Plant Sci.   4   21 - 00   2013

  • Cell wall proteomics of crops.

    Komatsu S, Yanagawa Y.

    Front Plant Sci.   4   17 - 00   2013

  • Crop and medicinal plants proteomics in response to salt stress.

    Aghaei K, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   4   8 - 00   2013

  • Contribution of proteomic studies towards understanding plant heavy metal stress response.

    Hossain Z, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   3   310 - 00   2013

  • Subcellular protein overexpression to develop abiotic stress tolerant plants.

    Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    Front Plant Sci.   4   2 - 00   2013

  • Omics' techniques for identifying flooding-response mechanisms in soybean.

    Komatsu S, Shirasaka N, Sakata K.

    J Proteomics   93   169 - 178   2013

  • Proteomics analysis of drought- stressed plant.

    Mohammadi PP, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    Current Proteomics   9   232 - 244   2012

  • Plant cell organelle proteomics in response to abiotic stress.

    Hossain Z, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   11   37 - 48   2012

  • Proteomics techniques for the development of flood tolerant crops.

    Komatsu S, Hiraga S, Yanagawa Y.

    J Proteome Res.   11   68 - 78   2012

  • Promoting agriculture proteome research activities in the Asia and Oceania region.

    Komatsu S, Haynes PA, Salekdeh GH.

    J Proteome Res.   11   1461 - 1462   2012

  • Proteomics analysis of flooding-stressed plant.

    Khatoon A, Komatsu S, Rehan S.

    Current Proteomics   9   232 - 244   2012

  • Changes in the plant proteome resulting from salt stress: toward the creation of salt-tolerant crops?

    Sobhanian H, Aghaei K, Komatsu S.

    J Proteomics.   74   1323 - 1337   2011

  • Proeomics application of crops on the context of climatic changes.

    Hashiguchi A, Ahsan N, Komatsu S.

    Food Res Int.   43   1803 - 2812   2010

  • Plant organelle proteomics: approach and applications.

    Komatsu S, Ahsan N, Mitsui T, Noza Y.

    Res Commun Biochem Cell Mol Biol.   13   71 - 118   2010

  • Quantitative proteomic analyses of crop seedlings subjected to stress conditions; a commentary.

    Nanjo Y, Nouri MZ, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   72   1263 - 1272   2010

  • Recent developments in the application of proteomics to the analysis of plant responses to heavy metals.

    Ahsan N, Renaut J, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics.   10   2602 - 2621   2009

  • Western blotting/Edman sequencing using PVDF membrane.

    Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   536   163 - 171   2009

  • Soybean proteomics and its application to functional analysis.

    Komatsu S, Ahsan N.

    J Proteomics.   72   325 - 326   2009

  • Crop proteomics and its application to biotechnology.

    Komatsu S.

    J Proteome Res.   7   2183 - 2184   2008

  • Plasma membrane proteome in Arabidopsis and rice.

    Komatsu S.

    Proteomics   6   4137 - 4145   2008

  • Research on the rice proteome: The contribution of proteomics technology in the creation of abiotic stress-tolerant plants.

    Komatsu S.

    Rice   1   154 - 165   2008

  • Artificial controlling the morphogenesis by altering plant function based on elucidation of molecular mechanism for phytohormone signal transduction.

    Komatsu S.

    Trans Plant J.   1   250 - 255   2007

  • Soybean proteomics.

    Komatsu S, Toorchi, Yukawa K.

    Current Proteomics.   4   182 - 186   2007

  • The proteomics of plant cell membranes.

    Komatsu S, Konishi H, Hashimoto M.

    J Exp Bot.   58   103 - 112   2007

  • Extraction of nuclear proteins.

    Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   355   73 - 77   2007

  • Crop proteomics: aim at sustainable agriculture of tomorrow.

    Salekdeh GH, Komatsu S.

    Proteomics   7   2976 - 2996   2007

  • Edman sequencing of proteins from 2D gels.

    Komatsu S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   355   211 - 217   2007

  • Plant Proteomics database: Their status in 2005.

    Komatsu S.

    Curr Bioinform   1   33 - 36   2006

  • Cereal proteomics.

    S. Komatsu

    Plant Proteomics   28   129 - 149   2006

  • Identification of rice root proteins regulated by gibberelin using proteome analysis.

    S. Komatsu, H. Konishi

    Advances in Plant Physiology   9   297 - 312   2006

  • Update and challenges on proteomics in rice.

    Komatsu S, Yano H.

    Proteomics   6   4057 - 4068   2006

  • Functional characterization of gibberellin-regulated genes in rice using microarray system.

    Jan A, Komatsu S.

    Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics   4   137 - 144   2006

  • Rice proteome database: a step toward functional analysis of the rice genome I.

    Komatsu S.

    Plant Mol Biol.   59   179 - 190   2005

  • -Rice proteomics: A step toward functional analysis of stress responses.

    Komatsu S.

    Current Proteomics   2   325 - 333   2005

  • Proteome analysis of rice root proteins regulated by gibberellin.

    Komatsu S, Konishi H.

    Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics.   3   132 - 142   2005

  • Rice proteome analysis: a step toward functional analysis of the rice genome II.

    Komatsu S, Tanaka N.

    Proteomics   5   938 - 949   2005

  • Microarray and proteomic analysis of brassinosteroid- and gibberellin-regulated gene and protein expression in rice.

    Yang G, Komatsu S.

    Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics.   2   77 - 83   2004

  • Function of calreticurin in rice.

    Sharma A, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Biochem.   5   103 - 113   2004

  • Phosphoproteomics: Recent advancement and future prospect in rice phosphoproteome research.

    Khan M, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Plant Sci.   2   73 - 83   2004

  • Rice proteomics: recent developments and analysis of nuclear proteins.

    Khan M, Komatsu S.

    Phytochemistry.   65   1671 - 1681   2004

  • Brassinosteroid signaling: From perception to gene expression.

    Yang G, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Plant Cell Physiol.   1   7 - 17   2003

  • Rice proteomics: a step toward functional analysis of the rice genome

    Komatsu S, Konishi H, Shen S, Yang G.

    Mol Cell Proteomics   2   2 - 10   2003

  • Role of the global signaling molecule jasmonic acid in rice self-defense machenism: proteomic approach towards identifying inducible pathogenesis-related proteins and early signaling events in jasmonate-treated rice seedling tissues

    Rakwal R, Kaku H, Yang G, Sharma A, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Biochem,   3   141 - 155   2002

  • Cyclic AMP-promoted protein phosphorylation in jasmonic acid-treated rice seedlings

    Rakwal R, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Agr Biol Chem.   4   1 - 8   2000

  • Cold suppressed calcium-dependent protein kinase and its regulation by abscisic acid in germinating rice seeds

    Li W, Komatsu S.

    Recent Res Dev Agr Biol Chem.   4   35 - 43   2000

  • On-membrane deblocking of proteins

    Hirano H, Komatsu S, Tsunasawa S.

    Methods Mol Biol.   64   285 - 292   1997

  • Apprication of microtechniques for the research to ovum maturation mechanism

    S.Suzuki, H.Kitai, S.Kurasawa, S.Komatsu, R.Iizuka雄 

    Symposia Publications from Ravan Press   48   239 - 243   1988

  • Cytoplasmic factors in oocyte maturation, fertilization, and early development

    Suzuki S, Kitai H, Endo Y, Kurasawa S, Komatsu S, Ohba M, Iizuka R.

    Ann N Y Acad Sci.   541   349 - 366   1988

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