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Genome Information Analysis Team

Team Leader
Piero Carninci  Ph.D.

1-7-22 Suehiro-cho, Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama 230-0045 JAPAN

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Research Area

The Genome Information Analysis team is primarily composed of bioinformatic analysts. We focus mainly on analysis of large transcriptome datasets to identify key factors, novel RNAs and predict transcriptional regulatory networks (TRN). We see that the way to go forward with mammalian TRNs is to first to focus on the set of TFs that are relevant for a given cell type and then examine high throughput datasets to map the network topology. The methods will need to improve over the coming years, and we will invest in developing large scale integrated databases that allow queries across multiple in house and public datasets. We work closely with wet bench scientists focusing on specific cell models and also have a wet bench component within the team. We are also actively working in the areas of non-coding RNAs, cellular identity, mammalian cell communication and cancer biomarkers.

Main Publications List

1

Redefinition of the human mast cell transcriptome by deep-CAGE sequencing.

Motakis E, Guhl S, Ishizu Y, Itoh M, Kawaji H, de Hoon M, Lassmann T, Carninci P, Hayashizaki Y, Zuberbier T, Forrest AR, Babina M; FANTOM consortium.
Blood, 123(17), e58-e67 (2014).
2

A promoter-level mammalian expression atlas

FANTOM Consortium and the RIKEN PMI and CLST (DGT)
Nature, 507(7493), 462-470 (2014).
3

An atlas of active enhancers across human cell types and tissues

Andersson R, Gebhard C, Miguel-Escalada I, Hoof I, Bornholdt J, Boyd M, Chen Y, Zhao X, Schmidl C, Suzuki T, Ntini E, Arner E, Valen E, Li K, Schwarzfischer L, Glatz D, Raithel J, Lilje B, Rapin N, Bagger FO, Jørgensen M, Andersen PR, Bertin N, Rackham O, Burroughs AM, Baillie JK, Ishizu Y, Shimizu Y, Furuhata E, Maeda S, Negishi Y, Mungall CJ, Meehan TF, Lassmann T, Itoh M, Kawaji H, Kondo N, Kawai J, Lennartsson A, Daub CO, Heutink P, Hume DA, Jensen TH, Suzuki H, Hayashizaki Y, Müller F; FANTOM Consortium, Forrest AR, Carninci P, Rehli M, Sandelin A.
Nature, 507(7493), 455-461 (2014).
4

Interactive visualization and analysis of large-scale sequencing datasets using ZENBU

Severin J, Lizio M, Harshbarger J, Kawaji H, Daub CO, Hayashizaki Y; FANTOM Consortium, Bertin N, Forrest AR.
Nat Biotechnol, 32(3), 217-219 (2014).
5

Long non-coding antisense RNA controls Uchl1 translation through an embedded SINEB2 repeat.

Carrieri C, Cimatti L, Biagioli M, Beugnet A, Zucchelli S, Fedele S, Pesce E, Ferrer I, Collavin L, Santoro C, Forrest AR, Carninci P, Biffo S, Stupka E, Gustincich S.
Nature, 491(7424), 454-457 (2012).
6

An atlas of combinatorial transcriptional regulation in mouse and man.

Ravasi T, Suzuki H, Cannistraci CV, Katayama S, Bajic VB, Tan K, Akalin A, Schmeier S, Kanamori-Katayama M, Bertin N, Carninci P, Daub CO, Forrest AR, Gough J, Grimmond S, Han JH, Hashimoto T, Hide W, Hofmann O, Kamburov A, Kaur M, Kawaji H, Kubosaki A, Lassmann T, van Nimwegen E, MacPherson CR, Ogawa C, Radovanovic A, Schwartz A, Teasdale RD, Tegnér J, Lenhard B, Teichmann SA, Arakawa T, Ninomiya N, Murakami K, Tagami M, Fukuda S, Imamura K, Kai C, Ishihara R, Kitazume Y, Kawai J, Hume DA, Ideker T, Hayashizaki Y.
Cell, 24(5), 744-752 (2010).
7

Induction of microRNAs, mir-155, mir-222, mir-424 and mir-503, promotes monocytic differentiation through combinatorial regulation.

Forrest AR, Kanamori-Katayama M, Tomaru Y, Lassmann T, Ninomiya N, Takahashi Y, de Hoon MJ, Kubosaki A, Kaiho A, Suzuki M, Yasuda J, Kawai J, Hayashizaki Y, Hume DA, Suzuki H.
Leukemia, 24(2), 460-466 (2010).
8

The regulated retrotransposon transcriptome of mammalian cells.

Faulkner GJ, Kimura Y, Daub CO, Wani S, Plessy C, Irvine KM, Schroder K, Cloonan N, Steptoe AL, Lassmann T, Waki K, Hornig N, Arakawa T, Takahashi H, Kawai J, Forrest AR, Suzuki H, Hayashizaki Y, Hume DA, Orlando V, Grimmond SM, Carninci P.
Nat Genet, 41(5), 563-571 (2009).
9

Tiny RNAs associated with transcription start sites in animals.

Taft RJ, Glazov EA, Cloonan N, Simons C, Stephen S, Faulkner GJ, Lassmann T, Forrest AR, Grimmond SM, Schroder K, Irvine K, Arakawa T, Nakamura M, Kubosaki A, Hayashida K, Kawazu C, Murata M, Nishiyori H, Fukuda S, Kawai J, Daub CO, Hume DA, Suzuki H, Orlando V, Carninci P, Hayashizaki Y, Mattick JS.
Nat Genet, 41(5), 572-5778 (2009).
10

The transcriptional network that controls growth arrest and differentiation in a human myeloid leukemia cell line

FANTOM Consortium, Suzuki H, Forrest AR, van Nimwegen E, Daub CO, Balwierz PJ, Irvine KM, Lassmann T, Ravasi T, Hasegawa Y, de Hoon MJ, Katayama S, Schroder K, Carninci P, Tomaru Y, Kanamori-Katayama M, Kubosaki A, Akalin A, Ando Y, Arner E, Asada M, Asahara H, Bailey T, Bajic VB, Bauer D, Beckhouse AG, Bertin N, Björkegren J, Brombacher F, Bulger E, Chalk AM, Chiba J, Cloonan N, Dawe A, Dostie J, Engström PG, Essack M, Faulkner GJ, Fink JL, Fredman D, Fujimori K, Furuno M, Gojobori T, Gough J, Grimmond SM, Gustafsson M, Hashimoto M, Hashimoto T, Hatakeyama M, Heinzel S, Hide W, Hofmann O, Hörnquist M, Huminiecki L, Ikeo K, Imamoto N, Inoue S, Inoue Y, Ishihara R, Iwayanagi T, Jacobsen A, Kaur M, Kawaji H, Kerr MC, Kimura R, Kimura S, Kimura Y, Kitano H, Koga H, Kojima T, Kondo S, Konno T, Krogh A, Kruger A, Kumar A, Lenhard B, Lennartsson A, Lindow M, Lizio M, Macpherson C, Maeda N, Maher CA, Maqungo M, Mar J, Matigian NA, Matsuda H, Mattick JS, Meier S, Miyamoto S, Miyamoto-Sato E, Nakabayashi K, Nakachi Y, Nakano M, Nygaard S, Okayama T, Okazaki Y, Okuda-Yabukami H, Orlando V, Otomo J, Pachkov M, Petrovsky N, Plessy C, Quackenbush J, Radovanovic A, Rehli M, Saito R, Sandelin A, Schmeier S, Schönbach C, Schwartz AS, Semple CA, Sera M, Severin J, Shirahige K, Simons C, St Laurent G, Suzuki M, Suzuki T, Sweet MJ, Taft RJ, Takeda S, Takenaka Y, Tan K, Taylor MS, Teasdale RD, Tegnér J, Teichmann S, Valen E, Wahlestedt C, Waki K, Waterhouse A, Wells CA, Winther O, Wu L, Yamaguchi K, Yanagawa H, Yasuda J, Zavolan M, Hume DA; Riken Omics Science Center, Arakawa T, Fukuda S, Imamura K, Kai C, Kaiho A, Kawashima T, Kawazu C, Kitazume Y, Kojima M, Miura H, Murakami K, Murata M, Ninomiya N, Nishiyori H, Noma S, Ogawa C, Sano T, Simon C, Tagami M, Takahashi Y, Kawai J, Hayashizaki Y.
Nat Genet, 41(5), 553-562 (2009).

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