Masahiro Ito
Masahiro Ito
Professor of Life Sciences, Toyo University
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Alkaline pH homeostasis in bacteria: new insights
E Padan, E Bibi, M Ito, TA Krulwich
Biochimica et biophysica acta (BBA)-biomembranes 1717 (2), 67-88, 2005
The Mrp system: a giant among monovalent cation/proton antiporters?
TH Swartz, S Ikewada, O Ishikawa, M Ito, TA Krulwich
Extremophiles 9, 345-354, 2005
mrp, a Multigene, Multifunctional Locus inBacillus subtilis with Roles in Resistance to Cholate and to Na+ and in pH Homeostasis
M Ito, AA Guffanti, B Oudega, TA Krulwich
Journal of Bacteriology 181 (8), 2394-2402, 1999
The Na+-dependence of alkaliphily in Bacillus
TA Krulwich, M Ito, AA Guffanti
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Bioenergetics 1505 (1), 158-168, 2001
The voltage-gated Na+ channel NaVBP has a role in motility, chemotaxis, and pH homeostasis of an alkaliphilic Bacillus
M Ito, H Xu, AA Guffanti, Y Wei, L Zvi, DE Clapham, TA Krulwich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (29), 10566-10571, 2004
MotPS is the stator‐force generator for motility of alkaliphilic Bacillus, and its homologue is a second functional Mot in Bacillus subtilis
M Ito, DB Hicks, TM Henkin, AA Guffanti, BD Powers, L Zvi, K Uematsu, ...
Molecular microbiology 53 (4), 1035-1049, 2004
Role of the nhaC-encoded Na+/H+ antiporter of alkaliphilic Bacillus firmus OF4
M Ito, AA Guffanti, J Zemsky, DM Ivey, TA Krulwich
Journal of bacteriology 179 (12), 3851-3857, 1997
Cation/proton antiporter complements of bacteria: why so large and diverse?
TA Krulwich, DB Hicks, M Ito
Molecular microbiology 74 (2), 257-260, 2009
Tree of motility–A proposed history of motility systems in the tree of life
M Miyata, RC Robinson, TQP Uyeda, Y Fukumori, S Fukushima, S Haruta, ...
Genes to Cells 25 (1), 6-21, 2020
Mrp antiporters have important roles in diverse bacteria and archaea
M Ito, M Morino, TA Krulwich
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2325, 2017
Isolation of novel toluene-tolerant strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa
R Aono, M Ito, A Inoue, K Horikoshi
Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry 56 (1), 145-146, 1992
Bacillus subtilis YqkI is a novel malic/Na+-lactate antiporter that enhances growth on malate at low protonmotive force
Y Wei, AA Guffanti, M Ito, TA Krulwich
Journal of Biological Chemistry 275 (39), 30287-30292, 2000
Genome of alkaliphilic Bacillus pseudofirmus OF4 reveals adaptations that support the ability to grow in an external pH range from 7.5 to 11.4
B Janto, A Ahmed, M Ito, J Liu, DB Hicks, S Pagni, OJ Fackelmayer, ...
Environmental microbiology 13 (12), 3289-3309, 2011
Energetics of alkaliphilic Bacillus species: physiology and molecules
TA Krulwich, R Gilmour, DB Hicks, AA Guffanti, M Ito
Advances in microbial physiology 40, 401-438, 1998
Properties of motility in Bacillus subtilis powered by the H+-coupled MotAB flagellar stator, Na+-coupled MotPS or hybrid stators MotAS or MotPB
M Ito, N Terahara, S Fujinami, TA Krulwich
Journal of molecular biology 352 (2), 396-408, 2005
Contribution of the Cell Wall Component Teichuronopeptide to pH Homeostasis and Alkaliphily in the Alkaliphile Bacillus lentus C-125
R Aono, M Ito, T Machida
Journal of bacteriology 181 (21), 6600-6606, 1999
Three two-component transporters with channel-like properties have monovalent cation/proton antiport activity
M Fujisawa, M Ito, TA Krulwich
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (33), 13289-13294, 2007
pH homeostasis and ATP synthesis: studies of two processes that necessitate inward proton translocation in extremely alkaliphilic Bacillus species
TA Krulwich, M Ito, DB Hicks, R Gilmour, AA Guffanti
Extremophiles 2, 217-222, 1998
Mechanisms of cytoplasmic pH regulation in alkaliphilic strains of Bacillus
TA Krulwich, M Ito, R Gilmour, AA Guffanti
Extremophiles 1, 163-170, 1997
Effects of Nonpolar Mutations in Each of the Seven Bacillus subtilis mrp Genes Suggest Complex Interactions among the Gene Products in Support of Na+ and …
M Ito, AA Guffanti, W Wang, TA Krulwich
Journal of Bacteriology 182 (20), 5663-5670, 2000
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