EMBL Barcelona, C/ Dr. Aiguader, 88, PRBB Building, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
PhD 2008, Kyoto University, Japan.
Group leader, Career-Path Promotion Unit, Kyoto University, 2009-2013.
Unit leader, RIKEN, Japan, 2013-2019.
Group leader at EMBL Barcelona since 2018.
Total: 18 publication(s)
Ebisuya M, Briscoe J. (2018)
What does time mean in development?
Ryoji Sekine, Tatsuo Shibata, Miki Ebisuya. (2018)
Synthetic mammalian pattern formation driven by differential diffusivity of Nodal and Lefty
bioRxiv doi: 10.1101/372490
Lee J, Nakajima-Koyama M, Sone M, Koga M, Ebisuya M, Yamamoto T, Nishida E. (2015)
Secreted Ephrin Receptor A7 Promotes Somatic Cell Reprogramming by Inducing ERK Activity Reduction.
Matsuda M, Koga M, Woltjen K, Nishida E, Ebisuya M. (2015)
Synthetic lateral inhibition governs cell-type bifurcation with robust ratios.
Imajo M, Ebisuya M, Nishida E. (2015)
Dual role of YAP and TAZ in renewal of the intestinal epithelium.
Koga M, Matsuda M, Kawamura T, Sogo T, Shigeno A, Nishida E, Ebisuya M. (2014)
Foxd1 is a mediator and indicator of the cell reprogramming process.
Takashima S, Hirose M, Ogonuki N, Ebisuya M, Inoue K, Kanatsu-Shinohara M, Tanaka T, Nishida E, Ogura A, Shinohara T. (2013)
Regulation of pluripotency in male germline stem cells by Dmrt1.
Tanimura N, Saito M, Ebisuya M, Nishida E, Ishikawa F. (2013)
Stemness-related factor Sall4 interacts with transcription factors Oct-3/4 and Sox2 and occupies Oct-Sox elements in mouse embryonic stem cells.
Uno M, Honjoh S, Matsuda M, Hoshikawa H, Kishimoto S, Yamamoto T, Ebisuya M, Yamamoto T, Matsumoto K, Nishida E. (2013)
A fasting-responsive signaling pathway that extends life span in C. elegans.
Matsuda M, Koga M, Nishida E, Ebisuya M. (2012)
Synthetic signal propagation through direct cell-cell interaction.
Matsumura S, Hamasaki M, Yamamoto T, Ebisuya M, Sato M, Nishida E, Toyoshima F. (2012)
ABL1 regulates spindle orientation in adherent cells and mammalian skin.
Sunadome K, Yamamoto T, Ebisuya M, Kondoh K, Sehara-Fujisawa A, Nishida E. (2011)
ERK5 regulates muscle cell fusion through Klf transcription factors.
Mitsushima M, Aoki K, Ebisuya M, Matsumura S, Yamamoto T, Matsuda M, Toyoshima F, Nishida E. (2010)
Revolving movement of a dynamic cluster of actin filaments during mitosis.
Yamazaki T, Fujiwara N, Yukinaga H, Ebisuya M, Shiki T, Kurihara T, Kioka N, Kambe T, Nagao M, Nishida E, Masuda S. (2010)
The closely related RNA helicases, UAP56 and URH49, preferentially form distinct mRNA export machineries and coordinately regulate mitotic progression.
Ebisuya M, Yamamoto T, Nakajima M, Nishida E. (2008)
Ripples from neighbouring transcription.
Yamamoto T, Ebisuya M, Ashida F, Okamoto K, Yonehara S, Nishida E. (2006)
Continuous ERK activation downregulates antiproliferative genes throughout G1 phase to allow cell-cycle progression.
Ebisuya M, Kondoh K, Nishida E. (2005)
The duration, magnitude and compartmentalization of ERK MAP kinase activity: mechanisms for providing signaling specificity.