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Papers associated with s100a11



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Cell landscape of larval and adult Xenopus laevis at single-cell resolution., Liao Y, Ma L, Guo Q, E W, Fang X, Yang L, Ruan F, Wang J, Zhang P, Sun Z, Chen H, Lin Z, Wang X, Wang X, Sun H, Fang X, Zhou Y, Chen M, Shen W, Guo G, Han X., Nat Commun. July 25, 2022; 13 (1): 4306.                                                        


Structural and rheological properties conferring fertilization competence to Xenopus egg-coating envelope., Hanaue M, Miwa N., Sci Rep. July 18, 2017; 7 (1): 5651.        


Dicalcin, a zona pellucida protein that regulates fertilization competence of the egg coat in Xenopus laevis., Miwa N., J Physiol Sci. November 1, 2015; 65 (6): 507-14.


Fertilization competence of the egg-coating envelope is regulated by direct interaction of dicalcin and gp41, the Xenopus laevis ZP3., Miwa N, Ogawa M, Hanaue M, Takamatsu K., Sci Rep. August 5, 2015; 5 12672.          


Protein-Carbohydrate Interaction between Sperm and the Egg-Coating Envelope and Its Regulation by Dicalcin, a Xenopus laevis Zona Pellucida Protein-Associated Protein., Miwa N., Molecules. May 22, 2015; 20 (5): 9468-86.      


Corrigendum: Fertilization competence of the egg-coating envelope is regulated by direct interaction of dicalcin and gp41, the Xenopus laevis ZP3., Miwa N, Ogawa M, Hanaue M, Takamatsu K., Sci Rep. January 12, 2015; 5 15303.


Characterization of S100A11, a suppressive factor of fertilization, in the mouse female reproductive tract., Hanaue M, Miwa N, Uebi T, Fukuda Y, Katagiri Y, Takamatsu K., Mol Reprod Dev. February 1, 2011; 78 (2): 91-103.


Dicalcin inhibits fertilization through its binding to a glycoprotein in the egg envelope in Xenopus laevis., Miwa N, Ogawa M, Shinmyo Y, Hiraoka Y, Takamatsu K, Kawamura S., J Biol Chem. May 14, 2010; 285 (20): 15627-15636.


Cloning and characterization of Xenopus dicalcin, a novel S100-like calcium-binding protein in Xenopus eggs., Miwa N, Shinmyo Y, Kawamura S., DNA Seq. October 1, 2007; 18 (5): 400-4.


Comprehensive interaction of dicalcin with annexins in frog olfactory and respiratory cilia., Uebi T, Miwa N, Kawamura S., FEBS J. September 1, 2007; 274 (18): 4863-76.

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