kouki yoshida
  • Researcher, Technology Center, Taisei Co.
Research fields
  • Plant science
Personal information


Ph.D., Osaka City University / Tohoku University, Japan, 2006

Lab information

Yoshida Lab

Research focus

Plant cell wall function, Glycosyl hydrolase, Carbohydrate binding module

• Sakamoto, Shingo, et al. "Complete substitution of a secondary cell wall with a primary cell wall in Arabidopsis." Nature plants 4.10 (2018): 777-783.
• Nakata, M. T., Takahara, M., Sakamoto, S., Yoshida, K. and Mitsuda, N. (2018). High-Throughput Analysis of Arabidopsis Stem Vibrations to Identify Mutants With Altered Mechanical Properties. Front Plant Sci 9: 780.
• Sakamoto, S., Somssich, M., Nakata, M. T., Unda, F., Atsuzawa, K., Kaneko, Y., Wang, T., Bagman, A. M., Gaudinier, A., Yoshida, K., Brady, S. M., Mansfield, S. D., Persson, S. and Mitsuda, N. (2018). Complete substitution of a secondary cell wall with a primary cell wall in Arabidopsis. Nat Plants 4(10): 777-783.
• Sakamoto, S., Takata, N., Oshima, Y., Yoshida, K., Taniguchi, T. and Mitsuda, N. (2016). Wood reinforcement of poplar by rice NAC transcription factor. Sci Rep 6: 19925.
• Zhang, G. Q., Xu, Q., Bian, C., Tsai, W. C., Yeh, C. M., Liu, K. W., Yoshida, K., Zhang, L. S., Chang, S. B., Chen, F., Shi, Y., Su, Y. Y., Zhang, Y. Q., Chen, L. J., Yin, Y., Lin, M., Huang, H., Deng, H., Wang, Z. W., Zhu, S. L., Zhao, X., Deng, C., Niu, S. C., Huang, J., Wang, M., Liu, G. H., Yang, H. J., Xiao, X. J., Hsiao, Y. Y., Wu, W. L., Chen, Y. Y., Mitsuda, N., Ohme-Takagi, M., Luo, Y. B., Van de Peer, Y. and Liu, Z. J. (2016). The Dendrobium catenatum Lindl. genome sequence provides insights into polysaccharide synthase, floral development and adaptive evolution. Sci Rep 6: 19029.
• Yoshida, Kouki, et al. "Engineering the Oryza sativa cell wall with rice NAC transcription factors regulating secondary wall formation." Frontiers in plant science 4 (2013): 383.
• Yoshida, Kouki, et al. "Carbohydrate-binding module of a rice endo-β-1, 4-glycanase, OsCel9A, expressed in auxin-induced lateral root primordia, is post-translationally truncated." Plant and cell physiology 47.11 (2006): 1555-1571.
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