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Takahiro Hosokawa
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Wolbachia as a bacteriocyte-associated nutritional mutualist
T Hosokawa, R Koga, Y Kikuchi, XY Meng, T Fukatsu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2), 769-774, 2010
7002010
Symbiont-mediated insecticide resistance
Y Kikuchi, M Hayatsu, T Hosokawa, A Nagayama, K Tago, T Fukatsu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (22), 8618-8622, 2012
6442012
Insect-microbe mutualism without vertical transmission: a stinkbug acquires a beneficial gut symbiont from the environment every generation
Y Kikuchi, T Hosokawa, T Fukatsu
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (13), 4308-4316, 2007
4352007
Strict host-symbiont cospeciation and reductive genome evolution in insect gut bacteria
T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, N Nikoh, M Shimada, T Fukatsu
PLoS biology 4 (10), e337, 2006
4182006
Evolutionary origin of insect–Wolbachia nutritional mutualism
N Nikoh, T Hosokawa, M Moriyama, K Oshima, M Hattori, T Fukatsu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10257-10262, 2014
3192014
Capsule-Transmitted Gut Symbiotic Bacterium of the Japanese Common Plataspid Stinkbug, Megacopta punctatissima
T Fukatsu, T Hosokawa
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (1), 389-396, 2002
2672002
Obligate symbiont involved in pest status of host insect
T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, M Shimada, T Fukatsu
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1621), 1979-1984, 2007
2522007
An ancient but promiscuous host–symbiont association between Burkholderia gut symbionts and their heteropteran hosts
Y Kikuchi, T Hosokawa, T Fukatsu
The ISME journal 5 (3), 446-460, 2011
2232011
Host-symbiont co-speciation and reductive genome evolution in gut symbiotic bacteria of acanthosomatid stinkbugs
Y Kikuchi, T Hosokawa, N Nikoh, XY Meng, Y Kamagata, T Fukatsu
BMC biology 7 (1), 1-22, 2009
2222009
Reductive evolution of bacterial genome in insect gut environment
N Nikoh, T Hosokawa, K Oshima, M Hattori, T Fukatsu
Genome biology and evolution 3, 702-714, 2011
1472011
Specific developmental window for establishment of an insect-microbe gut symbiosis
Y Kikuchi, T Hosokawa, T Fukatsu
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (12), 4075-4081, 2011
1192011
Primary Gut Symbiont and Secondary, Sodalis-Allied Symbiont of the Scutellerid Stinkbug Cantao ocellatus
N Kaiwa, T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, N Nikoh, XY Meng, N Kimura, M Ito, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (11), 3486-3494, 2010
1172010
Obligate bacterial mutualists evolving from environmental bacteria in natural insect populations
T Hosokawa, Y Ishii, N Nikoh, M Fujie, N Satoh, T Fukatsu
Nature microbiology 1 (1), 1-7, 2016
1052016
Riboflavin Provisioning Underlies Wolbachia's Fitness Contribution to Its Insect Host
M Moriyama, N Nikoh, T Hosokawa, T Fukatsu
MBio 6 (6), e01732-15, 2015
982015
Small genome symbiont underlies cuticle hardness in beetles
H Anbutsu, M Moriyama, N Nikoh, T Hosokawa, R Futahashi, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), E8382-E8391, 2017
952017
The making of symbiont capsule in the plataspid stinkbug Megacopta punctatissima
T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, XY Meng, T Fukatsu
FEMS microbiology ecology 54 (3), 471-477, 2005
952005
Collapse of insect gut symbiosis under simulated climate change
Y Kikuchi, A Tada, DL Musolin, N Hari, T Hosokawa, K Fujisaki, T Fukatsu
MBio 7 (5), e01578-16, 2016
932016
Symbiont-supplemented maternal investment underpinning host’s ecological adaptation
N Kaiwa, T Hosokawa, N Nikoh, M Tanahashi, M Moriyama, XY Meng, ...
Current Biology 24 (20), 2465-2470, 2014
922014
Symbiont acquisition alters behaviour of stinkbug nymphs
T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, M Shimada, T Fukatsu
Biology Letters 4 (1), 45-48, 2008
902008
How many symbionts are provided by mothers, acquired by offspring, and needed for successful vertical transmission in an obligate insect–bacterium mutualism?
T Hosokawa, Y Kikuchi, T Fukatsu
Molecular Ecology 16 (24), 5316-5325, 2007
862007
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