|MENε/β noncoding RNAs are essential for structural integrity of nuclear paraspeckles|
YTF Sasaki, T Ideue, M Sano, T Mituyama, T Hirose
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (8), 2525-2530, 2009
|The oestrogen receptor alpha-regulated lncRNA NEAT1 is a critical modulator of prostate cancer|
D Chakravarty, A Sboner, SS Nair, E Giannopoulou, R Li, S Hennig, ...
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-16, 2014
|NEAT1 long noncoding RNA regulates transcription via protein sequestration within subnuclear bodies|
T Hirose, G Virnicchi, A Tanigawa, T Naganuma, R Li, H Kimura, T Yokoi, ...
Molecular biology of the cell 25 (1), 169-183, 2014
|Malat1 is not an essential component of nuclear speckles in mice|
S Nakagawa, JY Ip, G Shioi, V Tripathi, X Zong, T Hirose, KV Prasanth
Rna 18 (8), 1487-1499, 2012
|Alternative 3′‐end processing of long noncoding RNA initiates construction of nuclear paraspeckles|
T Naganuma, S Nakagawa, A Tanigawa, YF Sasaki, N Goshima, T Hirose
The EMBO journal 31 (20), 4020-4034, 2012
|Evolution and mechanism of translation in chloroplasts|
M Sugiura, T Hirose, M Sugita
Annual review of genetics 32 (1), 437-459, 1998
|p53 induces formation of NEAT1 lncRNA-containing paraspeckles that modulate replication stress response and chemosensitivity|
C Adriaens, L Standaert, J Barra, M Latil, A Verfaillie, P Kalev, B Boeckx, ...
Nature medicine 22 (8), 861-868, 2016
|Paraspeckles are subpopulation-specific nuclear bodies that are not essential in mice|
S Nakagawa, T Naganuma, G Shioi, T Hirose
Journal of Cell Biology 193 (1), 31-39, 2011
|Involvement of a site‐specific trans‐acting factor and a common RNA‐binding protein in the editing of chloroplast mRNAs: development of a chloroplast in vitro RNA editing system|
T Hirose, M Sugiura
The EMBO Journal 20 (5), 1144-1152, 2001
|Cis‐acting elements and trans‐acting factors for accurate translation of chloroplast psbA mRNAs: development of an in vitro translation system from tobacco chloroplasts.|
T Hirose, M Sugiura
The EMBO Journal 15 (7), 1687-1695, 1996
|Identification of cis-and trans-acting factors involved in the localization of MALAT-1 noncoding RNA to nuclear speckles|
R Miyagawa, K Tano, R Mizuno, Y Nakamura, K Ijiri, R Rakwal, J Shibato, ...
Rna 18 (4), 738-751, 2012
|The long non-coding RNA nuclear-enriched abundant transcript 1_2 induces paraspeckle formation in the motor neuron during the early phase of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis|
Y Nishimoto, S Nakagawa, T Hirose, HJ Okano, M Takao, S Shibata, ...
Molecular brain 6 (1), 1-18, 2013
|Functional domains of NEAT1 architectural lncRNA induce paraspeckle assembly through phase separation|
T Yamazaki, S Souquere, T Chujo, S Kobelke, YS Chong, AH Fox, ...
Molecular cell 70 (6), 1038-1053. e7, 2018
|Prion-like domains in RNA binding proteins are essential for building subnuclear paraspeckles|
S Hennig, G Kong, T Mannen, A Sadowska, S Kobelke, A Blythe, GJ Knott, ...
Journal of Cell Biology 210 (4), 529-539, 2015
|The lncRNA Neat1 is required for corpus luteum formation and the establishment of pregnancy in a subpopulation of mice|
S Nakagawa, M Shimada, K Yanaka, M Mito, T Arai, E Takahashi, Y Fujita, ...
Development 141 (23), 4618-4627, 2014
|RNA editing sites in tobacco chloroplast transcripts: editing as a possible regulator of chloroplast RNA polymerase activity|
T Hirose, T Kusumegi, T Tsudzuki, M Sugiura
Molecular and General Genetics MGG 262 (3), 462-467, 1999
|Paraspeckle formation during the biogenesis of long non-coding RNAs|
T Naganuma, T Hirose
RNA biology 10 (3), 456-461, 2013
|Both RNA editing and RNA cleavage are required for translation of tobacco chloroplast ndhD mRNA: a possible regulatory mechanism for the expression of a chloroplast operon …|
T Hirose, M Sugiura
The EMBO journal 16 (22), 6804-6811, 1997
|The long noncoding RNA Neat1 is required for mammary gland development and lactation|
L Standaert, C Adriaens, E Radaelli, A Van Keymeulen, C Blanpain, ...
Rna 20 (12), 1844-1849, 2014
|Paraspeckles: where long noncoding RNA meets phase separation|
AH Fox, S Nakagawa, T Hirose, CS Bond
Trends in biochemical sciences 43 (2), 124-135, 2018