Tsubasa S. Matsui
Tsubasa S. Matsui
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Viscoelastic and optical properties of four different PDMS polymers
S Deguchi, J Hotta, S Yokoyama, TS Matsui
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 25 (9), 097002, 2015
302015
Vinexin family (SORBS) proteins play different roles in stiffness-sensing and contractile force generation
T Ichikawa, M Kita, TS Matsui, AI Nagasato, T Araki, SH Chiang, T Sezaki, ...
J Cell Sci, jcs. 200691, 2017
282017
Contact guidance of smooth muscle cells is associated with tension-mediated adhesion maturation
AC Saito, TS Matsui, T Ohishi, M Sato, S Deguchi
Experimental Cell Research, 2014
282014
Non-muscle myosin II induces disassembly of actin stress fibres independently of myosin light chain dephosphorylation
TS Matsui, R Kaunas, M Kanzaki, M Sato, S Deguchi
Interface focus 1 (5), 754-766, 2011
262011
The position and size of individual focal adhesions are determined by intracellular stress‐dependent positive regulation
S Deguchi, TS Matsui, K Iio
Cytoskeleton 68 (11), 639-651, 2011
252011
Actin stress fibers are at a tipping point between conventional shortening and rapid disassembly at physiological levels of MgATP
TS Matsui, K Ito, R Kaunas, M Sato, S Deguchi
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 395 (3), 301-306, 2010
242010
New wrinkling substrate assay reveals traction force fields of leader and follower cells undergoing collective migration
S Yokoyama, TS Matsui, S Deguchi
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 2016
182016
Piezoelectric actuator-based cell microstretch device with real-time imaging capability
S Deguchi, S Kudo, TS Matsui, W Huang, M Sato
AIP Advances 5 (6), 067110, 2015
172015
A versatile micro-mechanical tester for actin stress fibers isolated from cells.
TS Matsui, S Deguchi, N Sakamoto, T Ohashi, M Sato
Biorheology 46 (5), 401-415, 2008
152008
Solo, a RhoA-targeting guanine nucleotide exchange factor, is critical for hemidesmosome formation and acinar development in epithelial cells
S Fujiwara, TS Matsui, K Ohashi, S Deguchi, K Mizuno
PloS one 13 (4), e0195124, 2018
122018
Tensile strength of oxygen plasma-created surface layer of PDMS
T Ohishi, H Noda, TS Matsui, H Jile, S Deguchi
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering 27 (1), 015015, 2016
122016
Cellular force assay detects altered contractility caused by a nephritis‐associated mutation in nonmuscle myosin IIA
SP Fukuda, TS Matsui, T Ichikawa, T Furukawa, N Kioka, S Fukushima, ...
Development, Growth & Differentiation 59 (5), 423-433, 2017
112017
Microcontact Peeling as a New Method for Cell Micropatterning
S Yokoyama, TS Matsui, S Deguchi
102014
Transgelin-1 (SM22α) interacts with actin stress fibers and podosomes in smooth muscle cells without using its actin binding site
TS Matsui, A Ishikawa, S Deguchi
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 505 (3), 879-884, 2018
92018
Keratin‐binding ability of the N‐terminal Solo domain of Solo is critical for its function in cellular mechanotransduction
S Fujiwara, TS Matsui, K Ohashi, K Mizuno, S Deguchi
Genes to Cells 24 (5), 390-402, 2019
82019
Development of motorized plasma lithography for cell patterning
S Deguchi, Y Nagasawa, AC Saito, TS Matsui, S Yokoyama, M Sato
Biotechnology letters 36 (3), 507-513, 2014
82014
High extensibility of stress fibers revealed by in vitro micromanipulation with fluorescence imaging
TS Matsui, M Sato, S Deguchi
Biochemical and biophysical research communications 434 (3), 444-448, 2013
62013
Deformable 96-well cell culture plate compatible with high-throughput screening platforms
TS Matsui, H Wu, S Deguchi
PloS one 13 (9), e0203448, 2018
52018
Simultaneous contraction and buckling of stress fibers in individual cells
S Deguchi, TS Matsui, M Sato
Journal of cellular biochemistry 113 (3), 824-832, 2012
52012
Aligning cells in arbitrary directions on a membrane sheet using locally formed microwrinkles
AC Saito, TS Matsui, M Sato, S Deguchi
Biotechnology letters 36 (2), 391-396, 2014
42014
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