福 澤 利 彦 教 授
1．Ferritin H subunit gene is specifically expressed in melanophore precursor-derived white pigment cells in which reflecting platelets are formed from stage II melanosomes in the periodic albino mutant of Xenopus laevis. (2015), Cell and Tissue Research, 361: 733-744.
2．Unusual development of light-reflecting pigment cells in intact and regenerating tail in the periodic albino mutant of Xenopus laevis. (2010), Cell and Tissue Research, 342: 53-66.
3．Abnormal pigment organellogenesis in iridophores and xanthophores of the periodic albino mutant of Xenopus laevis as shown in the neural tube culture system. (2006), Hiyoshi Review of Natural Science Keio University, 40: 15-32.
4．Unusual leucophore-like cells specifically appear in the lineage of melanophores in the periodic albino mutant of Xenopus laevis.（2004）, Pigment Cell Research, 17: 252-261.
5．Melanophore lineage and clonal organization of the epidermis in Xenopus embryos as revealed by expression of a biogeniec marker, GFP.（2000）, Pigment Cell Research, 13: 151-157.
6．The site and time of expression of MIF in frog development.（1997）, Pigment Cell Research, 10: 401-409.
7．Evidence that MIF plays a role in the development of pigmentation patterns in the frog.（1995）, Developmental Biology, 167: 148-158.
8．N-CAM and N-cadherin are specifically expressed in xanthophores, but not in the other types of pigment cells, melanophores, and iridophores.（1995）, Pigment Cell Research, 8: 1-9.
9．Control of melanoblast differentiation in amphibia by α-melanocyte stimulating hormone, a serum melanization factor, and a melanization inhibiting factor.（1989）, Pigment Cell Research, 2: 171-181.
10．A ventrally localized inhibitor of melanization in Xenopus laevis skin. （1988）, Developmental Biology, 129: 25-36.
1987─1991年，アリゾナ大学（アメリカ）医学部特別研究員（Research Associate,University of Arizona, U. S. A．）