Seisuke Kimura Department of Bioresource and Environmental Sciences, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan
1 protocol

Hirokazu Tsukaya Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience, Japan
1 protocol

Hokuto Nakayama Department of Plant Biology, University of California Davis, USA
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Kensuke Kawade
  • Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience, Japan
  • 1 Author merit


Ph.D., Department of Biological Sciences, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2011

Current Position

Project Associate Professor in Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience (OIIB) and National Institute for Basic Biology (NIBB), Okazaki, Aichi, Japan

Publications (since 2010)

  1. Hisanaga, T., Kawade, K. and Tsukaya, H*. (2015). Compensation: a key to clarifying the organ-level regulation of lateral organ size in plants. J Exp Bot 66(4): 1055-1063.
  2. Kawade, K.* and Tanimoto, H. (2015). Mobility of signaling molecules: the key to deciphering plant organogenesis. J Plant Res 128(1): 17-25.
  3. Kawade, K.* (2014). Proliferative control of leaf cells through inter-cell-layer AN3 signaling. Plant Morphology 26:59-63.
  4. Kawade, K.*, Horiguchi, G., Usami, T., Hirai, M. Y. and Tsukaya, H. (2013). ANGUSTIFOLIA3 signaling coordinates proliferation between clonally distinct cells in leaves. Curr Biol 23(9): 788-792.
  5. Kawade, K.*, Horiguchi, G., Ishikawa, N., Hirai, M. Y. and Tsukaya, H. (2013). Promotion of chloroplast proliferation upon enhanced post-mitotic cell expansion in leaves. BMC Plant Biol 13: 143.
  6. Ichihashi, Y., Kawade, K., Usami, T., Horiguchi, G., Takahashi, T. and Tsukaya, H.* (2011). Key proliferative activity in the junction between the leaf blade and leaf petiole of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol 157(3): 1151-1162.
  7. Kawade, K., Horiguchi, G.* and Tsukaya, H. (2010). Non-cell-autonomously coordinated organ size regulation in leaf development. Development 137(24): 4221-4227.

1 Protocol published
Detection of the Cell Proliferation Zone in Leaves by Using EdU
Authors:  Hokuto Nakayama, Kensuke Kawade, Hirokazu Tsukaya and Seisuke Kimura, date: 09/20/2015, view: 2228, Q&A: 0
Visualization of nuclei in S-phase cells in tissues is important for not only cell cycle research but also developmental research because morphogenesis is usually achieved by a combination of cell proliferation and cell expansion. Recently, DNA ...