Akinori Sarai
Akinori Sarai
Professor, Kyushu Institute of Technology
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PrognoScan: a new database for meta-analysis of the prognostic value of genes
H Mizuno, K Kitada, K Nakai, A Sarai
BMC medical genomics 2, 1-11, 2009
Identification of Genes Upregulated in ALK-Positive and EGFR/KRAS/ALK-Negative Lung Adenocarcinomas
H Okayama, T Kohno, Y Ishii, Y Shimada, K Shiraishi, R Iwakawa, ...
Cancer research 72 (1), 100-111, 2012
Solution structure of a specific DNA complex of the Myb DNA-binding domain with cooperative recognition helices
K Ogata, S Morikawa, H Nakamura, A Sekikawa, T Inoue, H Kanai, ...
Cell 79 (4), 639-648, 1994
Unique mode of GCC box recognition by the DNA-binding domain of ethylene-responsive element-binding factor (ERF domain) in plant
D Hao, M Ohme-Takagi, A Sarai
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273 (41), 26857-26861, 1998
ProTherm and ProNIT: thermodynamic databases for proteins and protein–nucleic acid interactions
MDS Kumar, KA Bava, MM Gromiha, P Prabakaran, K Kitajima, H Uedaira, ...
Nucleic acids research 34 (suppl_1), D204-D206, 2006
ProTherm, version 4.0: thermodynamic database for proteins and mutants
KA Bava, MM Gromiha, H Uedaira, K Kitajima, A Sarai
Nucleic acids research 32 (suppl_1), D120-D121, 2004
Analysis and prediction of DNA-binding proteins and their binding residues based on composition, sequence and structural information
S Ahmad, MM Gromiha, A Sarai
Bioinformatics 20 (4), 477-486, 2004
The cavity in the hydrophobic core of Myb DNA-binding domain is reserved for DNA recognition and trans-activation
K Ogata, C Kanei-Ishii, M Sasaki, H Hatanaka, A Nagadoi, M Enari, ...
Nature structural biology 3 (2), 178-187, 1996
Solution structure of a DNA-binding unit of Myb: a helix-turn-helix-related motif with conserved tryptophans forming a hydrophobic core.
K Ogata, H Hojo, S Aimoto, T Nakai, H Nakamura, A Sarai, S Ishii, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89 (14), 6428-6432, 1992
PSSM-based prediction of DNA binding sites in proteins
S Ahmad, A Sarai
BMC bioinformatics 6, 1-6, 2005
ASAView: Database and tool for solvent accessibility representation in proteins
S Ahmad, M Gromiha, H Fawareh, A Sarai
BMC bioinformatics 5, 1-5, 2004
Important amino acid properties for enhanced thermostability from mesophilic to thermophilic proteins
MM Gromiha, M Oobatake, A Sarai
Biophysical chemistry 82 (1), 51-67, 1999
Analysis of the sequence-specific interactions between Cro repressor and operator DNA by systematic base substitution experiments.
Y Takeda, A Sarai, VM Rivera
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (2), 439-443, 1989
Real value prediction of solvent accessibility from amino acid sequence
S Ahmad, MM Gromiha, A Sarai
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 50 (4), 629-635, 2003
Comparison of the free and DNA-complexed forms of the DMA-binding domain from c-Myb
K Ogata, S Morikawa, H Nakamura, H Hojo, S Yoshimura, R Zhang, ...
Nature structural biology 2 (4), 309-320, 1995
Structure‐based prediction of DNA target sites by regulatory proteins
H Kono, A Sarai
Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 35 (1), 114-131, 1999
Protein-DNA recognition patterns and predictions
A Sarai, H Kono
Annu. Rev. Biophys. Biomol. Struct. 34 (1), 379-398, 2005
Lambda repressor recognizes the approximately 2-fold symmetric half-operator sequences asymmetrically.
A Sarai, Y Takeda
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 86 (17), 6513-6517, 1989
Recognition of specific DNA sequences by the c-myb protooncogene product: role of three repeat units in the DNA-binding domain.
J Tanikawa, T Yasukawa, M Enari, K Ogata, Y Nishimura, S Ishii, A Sarai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 90 (20), 9320-9324, 1993
The tryptophan cluster: a hypothetical structure of the DNA-binding domain of the myb protooncogene product.
C Kanei-Ishii, A Sarai, T Sawazaki, H Nakagoshi, DN He, K Ogata, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 265 (32), 19990-19995, 1990
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