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Ken Sato's Lab


Institute for Molecular and Cellular Regulation Gunma University

To understand the molecular mechanisms and physiological functions of
membrane trafficking in multicellular organisms, we used
the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans and mice as model systems.














 

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Our review has been published in Journal of Biochemistry (Aug, 2017)

Our review has been published in Cell Cycle (Mar, 2016)

Our paper has been published in Science Express (Oct 14, 2011).

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Ken SATO, PhD
IMCR A204, Gunma University
3-39-15 Showa-machi
Maebashi 371-8512, Japan

Phone: +81-27-220-8843
Fax : +81-27-220-8844
e-mail: sato-ken@showa.gunma-u.ac.jp
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