Iida Atsuo(いいだ あつお)

Research topics
I work about live-imaging using zebrafish.
One of my interests is roles of ADAM protease in early development.

Nagoya University (1997-2005)
 Graduate Student, PhD
Kyoto University (2006-)
 Postdoctoral Fellow, 2006-2010
 Assistant Professor, 2011-

Manga (Shonen Jump)
Any other Japanese cultures

Iida A, Sakaguchi K, Sato K, Sakurai H, Nishimura D, Iwaki A, Takeuchi M,
Kobayashi M, Misaki K, Yonemura S, Kawahara A, Sehara-Fujisawa A.
Metalloprotease-Dependent Onset of Blood Circulation in Zebrafish.
Current Biology 20 (2010) in press

Iida A, Shimada A, Shima A, Takamatsu N, Hori H, Takeuchi K, Koga A.
Targeted reduction of the DNA methylation level with 5-azacytidine
promotes excision of the medaka fish Tol2 transposable element.
Genetical Research 87 (2006) 187-193.

Koga A, Iida A, Hori H, Shimada A, Shima A.
Vertebrate DNA Transposon as a Natural Mutator: The Medaka Fish Tol2
Element Contributes to Genetic Variation without Recognizable Traces.
Molecular biology and evolution 23 (2006) 1414-1419.

Iida A, Takamatsu N, Hori H, Wakamatsu Y, Shimada A, Shima A, Koga A.
Reversion mutation of i b oculocutaneous albinism to wild-type pigmentation
in medaka fish.
Pigment Cell Research 18 (2005): 382-384.

Iida A, Inagaki H, Suzuki M, Wakamatsu Y, Hori H, Koga A.
The tyrosinase gene of the i b albino mutant of the medaka fish carries
a transposable element insertion in the promoter region.
Pigment Cell Research 17 (2004): 158-164.

Iida A, Tachibana A, Hamada S, Hori H and Koga A.
Low transposition frequency of the medaka fish Tol2 element may be due
to extranuclear localization of its transposase.
Genes Genetics Systems 79 (2004): 119-124.

Koga A, Iida A, Kamiya M, Hayashi R, Hori H, Ishikawa Y, Tachibana A.
The medaka fish Tol2 transposable element can undergo excision in human
and mouse cells.
Journal of Human Genetics 48 (2003): 231-235.