Koreaki Ito
Koreaki Ito
Kyoto University / Kyoto Sangyo University
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The ribosomal exit tunnel functions as a discriminating gate
H Nakatogawa, K Ito
Cell 108 (5), 629-636, 2002
5442002
SecA protein hydrolyzes ATP and is an essential component of the protein translocation ATPase of Escherichia coli.
R Lill, K Cunningham, LA Brundage, K Ito, D Oliver, W Wickner
The EMBO journal 8 (3), 961-966, 1989
4371989
Cellular functions, mechanism of action, and regulation of FtsH protease
K Ito, Y Akiyama
Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 59, 211-231, 2005
3912005
Protein localization in E. coli: is there a common step in the secretion of periplasmic and outer-membrane proteins?
K Ito, PJ Bassford Jr, J Beckwith
Cell 24 (3), 707-717, 1981
3621981
The Sec protein-translocation pathway
H Mori, K Ito
Trends in microbiology 9 (10), 494-500, 2001
3432001
Insulin-stimulated GLUT4 translocation is relevant to the phosphorylation of IRS-1 and the activity of PI3 kinase
F Kanai, K Ito, M Todaka, H Hayashi, S Kamohara, K Ishii, T Okada, ...
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 195 (2), 762-768, 1993
3351993
Identification and characterization of an Escherichia coli gene required for the formation of correctly folded alkaline phosphatase, a periplasmic enzyme.
S Kamitani, Y Akiyama, K Ito
The EMBO journal 11 (1), 57-62, 1992
3111992
FtsH is required for proteolytic elimination of uncomplexed forms of SecY, an essential protein translocase subunit
A Kihara, Y Akiyama, K Ito
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 92 (10), 4532-4536, 1995
2851995
YaeL (EcfE) activates the sigmaE pathway of stress response through a site-2 cleavage of anti-sigmaE, RseA
K Kanehara, K Ito, Y Akiyama
Genes & development 16 (16), 2147-2155, 2002
278*2002
Topology analysis of the SecY protein, an integral membrane protein involved in protein export in Escherichia coli.
Y Akiyama, K Ito
The EMBO Journal 6 (11), 3465-3470, 1987
2691987
Effects of mutations in heat‐shock genes groES and groEL on protein export in Escherichia coli.
N Kusukawa, T Yura, C Ueguchi, Y Akiyama, K Ito
The EMBO journal 8 (11), 3517-3521, 1989
2651989
Respiratory chain is required to maintain oxidized states of the DsbA-DsbB disulfide bond formation system in aerobically growing Escherichia coli cells
T Kobayashi, S Kishigami, M Sone, H Inokuchi, T Mogi, K Ito
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94 (22), 11857-11862, 1997
2541997
Conformational transition of Sec machinery inferred from bacterial SecYE structures
T Tsukazaki, H Mori, S Fukai, R Ishitani, T Mori, N Dohmae, A Perederina, ...
Nature 455 (7215), 988-991, 2008
2482008
Crystal structure of the DsbB-DsbA complex reveals a mechanism of disulfide bond generation
K Inaba, S Murakami, M Suzuki, A Nakagawa, E Yamashita, K Okada, ...
Cell 127 (4), 789-801, 2006
2382006
A temperature-sensitive mutant of E. coli exhibiting slow processing of exported proteins
K Ito, M Wittekind, M Nomura, K Shiba, T Yura, A Miura, H Nashimoto
Cell 32 (3), 789-797, 1983
2301983
A defined mutation in the protein export gene within the spc ribosomal protein operon of Escherichia coli: isolation and characterization of a new temperature‐sensitive secY …
K Shiba, K Ito, T Yura, DP Cerretti
The EMBO journal 3 (3), 631-635, 1984
2221984
Structure and function of a membrane component SecDF that enhances protein export
T Tsukazaki, H Mori, Y Echizen, R Ishitani, S Fukai, T Tanaka, ...
Nature 474 (7350), 235-238, 2011
2142011
Secretion monitor, SecM, undergoes self-translation arrest in the cytosol
H Nakatogawa, K Ito
Molecular cell 7 (1), 185-192, 2001
2022001
Transient regulation of protein synthesis in Escherichia coli upon shift-up of growth temperature.
T Yamamori, K Ito, Y Nakamura, T Yura
Journal of Bacteriology 134 (3), 1133-1140, 1978
1981978
Synthesis, assembly into the cytoplasmic membrane, and proteolytic processing of the precursor of coliphage M13 coat protein.
K Ito, T Date, W Wickner
Journal of Biological Chemistry 255 (5), 2123-2130, 1980
1951980
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