Soichi Takeda
Soichi Takeda
National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Research Institute
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Structure of the core domain of human cardiac troponin in the Ca2+-saturated form
S Takeda, A Yamashita, K Maeda, Y Maéda
Nature 424 (6944), 35-41, 2003
Endophilin BAR domain drives membrane curvature by two newly identified structure‐based mechanisms
M Masuda, S Takeda, M Sone, T Ohki, H Mori, Y Kamioka, N Mochizuki
The EMBO journal 25 (12), 2889-2897, 2006
Enzymatic toxins from snake venom: structural characterization and mechanism of catalysis
TS Kang, D Georgieva, N Genov, MT Murakami, M Sinha, RP Kumar, ...
The FEBS journal 278 (23), 4544-4576, 2011
Crystal structure of troponin C in complex with troponin I fragment at 2.3-Å resolution
DG Vassylyev, S Takeda, S Wakatsuki, K Maeda, Y Maéda
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (9), 4847-4852, 1998
Snake venom metalloproteinases: structure, function and relevance to the mammalian ADAM/ADAMTS family proteins
S Takeda, H Takeya, S Iwanaga
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Proteins and Proteomics 1824 (1), 164-176, 2012
Crystal structures of VAP1 reveal ADAMs' MDC domain architecture and its unique C‐shaped scaffold
S Takeda, T Igarashi, H Mori, S Araki
The EMBO journal 25 (11), 2388-2396, 2006
Crystal structures of the noncatalytic domains of ADAMTS13 reveal multiple discontinuous exosites for von Willebrand factor
M Akiyama, S Takeda, K Kokame, J Takagi, T Miyata
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (46), 19274-19279, 2009
ADAM and ADAMTS family proteins and snake venom metalloproteinases: A structural overview
S Takeda
Toxins 8 (5), 155, 2016
Crystal structures of catrocollastatin/VAP2B reveal a dynamic, modular architecture of ADAM/adamalysin/reprolysin family proteins
T Igarashi, S Araki, H Mori, S Takeda
FEBS letters 581 (13), 2416-2422, 2007
Three-dimensional domain architecture of the ADAM family proteinases
S Takeda
Seminars in cell & developmental biology 20 (2), 146-152, 2009
Crystal structure of RVV-X: an example of evolutionary gain of specificity by ADAM proteinases
S Takeda, T Igarashi, H Mori
FEBS letters 581 (30), 5859-5864, 2007
Crystal structure of CHP2 complexed with NHE1‐cytosolic region and an implication for pH regulation
YB Ammar, S Takeda, T Hisamitsu, H Mori, S Wakabayashi
The EMBO journal 25 (11), 2315-2325, 2006
Structural and functional domains of the troponin complex revealed by limited digestion
S Takeda, T Kobayashi, H Taniguchi, H Hayashi, Y Maéda
European journal of biochemistry 246 (3), 611-617, 1997
Structural basis of coagulation factor V recognition for cleavage by RVV-V
D Nakayama, YB Ammar, T Miyata, S Takeda
FEBS letters 585 (19), 3020-3025, 2011
Crystal structure of troponin and the molecular mechanism of muscle regulation
S Takeda
Journal of electron microscopy 54 (suppl_1), i35-i41, 2005
Crystal structure and enzymatic activity of an ADAMTS‐13 mutant with the E ast A sian‐specific P 475 S polymorphism
M Akiyama, D Nakayama, S Takeda, K Kokame, J Takagi, T Miyata
Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis 11 (7), 1399-1406, 2013
Crystal structure of troponin ternary complex
S Takeda, A Yamashita, K Maeda, Y Maeda
BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL 82 (1), 170A-170A, 2002
The Crystal Structure of Troponin C in Complex with N-Terminal Fragment of Troponin I
DG Vassylyev, S Takeda, S Wakatsuki, K Maeda, Y Maéda
Mechanisms of Work Production and Work Absorption in Muscle, 157-167, 1998
Production, crystallization, and preliminary X‐ray analysis of rabbit skeletal muscle troponin complex consisting of troponin C and fragment (1‐47) of troponin I
Y Saijo, S Takeda, A Scherer, T Kobayashi, Y Maéda, H Taniguchi, M Yao, ...
Protein science 6 (4), 916-918, 1997
Crystallization and preliminary crystallographic analysis of the human calcineurin homologous protein CHP2 bound to the cytoplasmic region of the Na+/H+ exchanger NHE1
Y Ben Ammar, S Takeda, M Sugawara, M Miyano, H Mori, S Wakabayashi
Acta Crystallographica Section F: Structural Biology and Crystallization …, 2005
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