Susumu Ohno


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  • 2001 The one-to-four rule and paralogues of sex-determining genes in GENES AND MECHANISMS IN VERTEBRATE SEX DETERMINATION
  • 1998 The Notion of the Cambrian Pananimalia Genome and a Genomic Difference that Separated Vertebrates from Invertebrates in MOLECULAR EVOLUTION: TOWARDS THE ORIGIN OF METAZOA
  • 1997-01 The reason for as well as the consequence of the cambrian explosion in animal evolution in JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
  • 1996-10 Primordial double-strander code and double-strand use in origins of tRNAs and cognate synthetases in ORIGINS OF LIFE AND EVOLUTION OF BIOSPHERES
  • 1995-12 Two types of aminoacyl-trna synthetases could be originally encoded by complementary strands of the same nucleic ACID in ORIGINS OF LIFE AND EVOLUTION OF BIOSPHERES
  • 1995-01 Active sites of ligands and their receptors are made of common peptides that are also found elsewhere in JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
  • 1993-12 On concerted origin of transfer RNAs with complementary anticodons in ORIGINS OF LIFE AND EVOLUTION OF BIOSPHERES
  • 1992-12 Of palindromes and peptides in HUMAN GENETICS
  • 1992-05 “Self” to cytotoxic T cells has to be 1 000 or less high affinity nonapeptides per MHC antigen in IMMUNOGENETICS
  • 1992 Immunological Self-Nonself Discrimination and Numerous Peptide Fragments Shared by Unrelated Proteins in MODERN TRENDS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA IX
  • 1991-10 To be or not to be a responder in T-cell responses: ubiquitous oligopeptides in all proteins in IMMUNOGENETICS
  • 1989 Modern Coding Sequences Are in the Periodic-to-Chaotic Transition in MODERN TRENDS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA VIII
  • 1988 Of Words, Genes and Music in THE SEMIOTICS OF CELLULAR COMMUNICATION IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • 1987-08 Evolution from primordial oligomeric repeats to modern coding sequences in JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
  • 1987-07 Of testis and H-Y antigen in HUMAN GENETICS
  • 1987 Antiquity of the Genetic Mechanism of Sex Determination and the Immortality of the Primary Sex Determining Gene in GENETIC MARKERS OF SEX DIFFERENTIATION
  • 1987 Atavistic Mutations Reflect the Long Life Span of Dispensable Genes in MODERN TRENDS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA VII
  • 1986-08 The all pervasive principle of repetitious recurrence governs not only coding sequence construction but also human endeavor in musical composition in IMMUNOGENETICS
  • 1986 Conditio Sine Qua Non for de Novo Emergence of New Genes and the Concept of Primordial Building Blocks in GENETICS, DEVELOPMENT, AND EVOLUTION
  • 1985 The Notion of Primordial Building Blocks in Construction of Genes and Transcriptional and Processing Errors Due to Random Occurrence of Oligonucleotide Signal Sequences in WERNER’S SYNDROME AND HUMAN AGING
  • 1985 Cellular Oncogenes as the Ancestors of Endocrine and Paracrine Growth Factors and Their Evolutionary Relic Status in Vertebrates in MODERN TRENDS IN HUMAN LEUKEMIA VI NEW RESULTS IN CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH INCLUDING PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY
  • 1985 Use of Transgenic Mice with Human MHC Class 1 Gene (HLA-A2) in MICROENVIRONMENTS IN THE LYMPHOID SYSTEM
  • 1984-12 Two major regulatory genes for mammalian sex determination and differentiation in GENETICA
  • 1984-08 Repeats of base oligomers as the primordial coding sequences of the primeval earth and their vestiges in modern genes in JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR EVOLUTION
  • 1984 Linkage group conservation and the notion of 24 primordial vertebrate linkage groups in CHROMOSOMES TODAY
  • 1983 On Evolutionarily Conserved Simple Repetitive DNA Sequences: Do “Sex-Specific” Satellite Components Serve Any Sequence Dependent Function? in MECHANISMS OF GONADAL DIFFERENTIATION IN VERTEBRATES
  • 1981-08 Testis-organizing H-Y antigen as a discrete protein; Its MHC restricted immune recognition and the genomic environment in which H-Y gene operates in HUMAN GENETICS
  • 1979-01 In vitro studies of gonadal organogenesis in the presence and absence of H-Y antigen in IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
  • 1978-12 On the selective elimination of Y-bearing sperm in IMMUNOGENETICS
  • 1978 Why not Androgynes among Mammals? in GENETIC MOSAICS AND CHIMERAS IN MAMMALS
  • 1978 The Significance of Gene Duplication in Immunoglobulin Evolution (Epimethean Natural Selection and Promethean Evolution) in IMMUNOGLOBULINS
  • 1977-10 Central aromatization of testosterone in testicular feminized mice in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1976-12 H–Y antigen and the origin of XY female wood lemmings (Myopus schisticolor) in NATURE
  • 1976-12 Conversion of testosterone to androstenedione by liver homogenates of testicular feminized mice in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1976-06 Hormone-like role of H–Y antigen in bovine freemartin gonad in NATURE
  • 1976-01 A hormone-like action of H-Y antigen and gonadal development of XY/XX mosaic males and hermaphrodites in HUMAN GENETICS
  • 1975-09 Possible role for H–Y antigen in the primary determination of sex in NATURE
  • 1973-07 On the question of American eels,Anguilla rostrata versus European eels,Anguilla anguilla in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1972-08 Nuclear DHT-Receptor in Tfm/Y Kidney Cell in NATURE
  • 1971-12 Molecular biology of sex differentiation1 in HEREDITAS
  • 1971-12 Further Characterization of os Mutation of Mouse β-Glucuronidase Locus in NATURE
  • 1971-11 Noninducible Phenotype exhibited by a Proportion of Female Mice Heterozygous for the X-Linked Testicular Feminization Mutation in NATURE
  • 1971-07 Testosterone-“Regulon” in the Mouse Kidney in NATURE
  • 1970-10 More about the testosterone induction of kidney alcohol dehydrogenase activity in the mouse in BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
  • 1970-02 The evidence of gene duplication for S-form NADP-linked isocitrate dehydrogenase in carp and goldfish in BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
  • 1970 Morphological Aspects of Meiosis and Their Genetical Significance in THE HUMAN TESTIS
  • 1969-12 The predominance of heterozygotes found in wild goldfish of lake Erie at the gene locus for sorbitol dehydrogenase in BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
  • 1969-10 De Novo mutation-like events observed at the 6PGD locus of the Japanese quail, and the principle of polymorphism breeding more polymorphism in BIOCHEMICAL GENETICS
  • 1969-10 The genetics of a soluble acidic protein in skeletal muscle in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1969-10 Phosphoglucomutase polymorphism in the rainbow trout,Salmo gairdneri in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
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