Hisashi Endo

Research

Ecology and biogeography of marine phytoplankton and giant viruses

Publication

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Preprint

  • Xia J, Kameyama S, Prodinger F, Cho K-H, Jung J, Yang E-J, Ogata H, and Endo H. Tight association between microbial eukaryote and Imitervirales communities in the Pacific Arctic Ocean. bioRviv, doi.org/10.1101/2021.09.02.458798 (2021) [Link]
  • Rigonato J, Budinich M, Murillo A.A, Brandão M.C, Pierella J.J, Soviadan Y.D, Gregory A.C, Endo H, Kokoszka F, Vik D, Henry N, FrémontP, Labadie K, Zayed A.A, Dimier C, Picheral M, Searson S, Poulain J, Kandels S, Pesant S, Karsenti E, The Tara Oceans coordinators, Bork P, Bowler C, Chaffron S, de Vargas C, Eveillard D, Gehlen M, Iudicone D, Lombard F, Ogata H, Stemmann L, Sullivan M.B, Sunagawa S, Wincker P, and Jaillon O. Insights into biotic and abiotic modulation of ocean mesopelagic communities. bioAxiv,
  • Prodinger F, Endo H, Takano Y, Li Y, Tominaga K, Isozaki T,Blanc-Mathieu R, Gotoh Y, Tetsuya H, Taniguchi E, Nagasaki K, Yoshida T, and Ogata H. Year-round dynamics of amplicon sequence variant communities differ among eukaryotes, Mimiviridae, and prokaryotes in a coastal ecosystem. bioAxiv, [Link]

 

Peer-reviewed Articles

  1. Shiozaki T, Hashihama F, Endo H, Ijichi M, Takeda M, Makabe A, Fujiwara A, Noshino S, and Harada N. Assimilation and oxidation of urea-derived nitrogen in the summer Arctic Ocean. Limnol. Oceanogr. (2021) [Link]
  2. Zhang R, Endo H, Takemura M, and Ogata H. RNA-seq of the medusavirus suggests remodeling of the host nuclear environment at an early infection stage. Microbiol. Spectr. (2021) [Link]
  3. Cheung S, Zehr JP, Xia X, Tsurumoto C, Endo H, Nakaoka S, Mark W, Suzuki K, and Liu H. Gamma4: a genetically versatile Gammaproteobacterial nifH phylotype that is widely distributed in the North Pacific Ocean. Environ. Microbiol. (2021) [Link]
  4. Kijima S, Delmont T.O, Miyazaki U, Gaia M, Endo H, and Ogata H. Discovery of viral myosin genes with complex evolutionary history within plankton. Front. Microbiol. (2021) [Link]
  5. Meng L, Endo H, Blanc-Mathieu R, Hernández-Velázquez R, Kaneko H, and Ogata H. Quantitative assessment of NCLDV-host interactions predicted by co-occurrence analyses. mSphere, (2021)
  6. Yoshida K, Zhang R, Garcia K, Endo H, Gotoh Y, Hayashi T, Takemura M, and Ogata H. Draft Genome Sequence of Medusavirus stheno, a new member of “Medusaviridae” Isolated from the Tatakai River of Uji, Japan. Microbiol. Resour. Announc., 10(1), e01323-20 (2021) [Link]
  7. Kaneko H, Blanc-Mathieu R, Endo H, Chaffron S, Delmont TO, Gaia M, Henry N, Hernández-Velázquez R, Nguyen CH, Mamitsuka H, Forterre P, Jaillon O., de Varga C, Sullivan B, Suttle CA, Guidi L, and Ogata H. Eukaryotic virus composition can predict the efficiency of carbon export in the global ocean. iScience, 24, 102002 (2021)[Press release]
  8. Kawasaki T, Endo H, Ogata H, Chatchawankanphanich O, and Yamada T. The complete genomic sequence of a novel myovirus RP13 infecting Ralstonia solanacearum, the causative agent of bacterial wilt. Arch. Virol., doi.org/10.1007/s00705-020-04893-z (2021) [Link]
  9. Nishiyama H, Endo H, Blanc-Mathieu R, and Ogata H. Ecological dynamics of temperate bacteriophages in the inflammatory bowel disease affected gut. Microorganisms, 8(11), 1663, (2020) [Link]
  10. Endo H, Blanc-Mathieu R, Li Y, Salazar G, Henry N, Labadie K, de Vargas C, Sullivan B.M, Bowler C, Wincker P, Karp-Boss L, Sunagawa S, and Ogata H. Biogeography of marine giant viruses reveals their interplay with eukaryotes and ecological functions. Nat. Ecol. Evol., doi.org/10.1038/s41559-020-01288-w, [Link] [Press release] [Blog] [Free Article View]
  11. Cheung S, Nitanai R, Tsurumoto C, Endo H, Nakaoka S, Cheah W, Lorda J.F, Xia Z, Liu H, and Suzuki K. Physical forcing controls the basin-scale occurrence of nitrogen-fixing organisms in the North Pacific Ocean. Global Biogeochem. Cy., [Link]
  12. Prodinger F, Endo H, Gotoh, Y, Li Y, Morimoto D, Omae, K, Tominaga K, Blanc-Mathieu, R, Takano Y, Hayashi T, Nagasaki K, Yoshida T, and Ogata H. An optimized metabarcoding method for Mimiviridae. Microorganisms, 8(4), 506, [Link]
  13. Aramaki T, Blanc-Mathieu R, Endo H, Ohkubo K, Kanehisa M, Goto S, and Ogata J. KofamKOALA: KEGG ortholog assignment based on profile HMM and adaptive score threshold. Bioinformatics, btz859, doi: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btz859, (2019) [Link]
  14. Ibarbalz F.M, Henry N, Brandão M.C, Martini S, Busseni G, Byrne H, Coelho L.P, Endo H, Gasol J.M, Gregory A.C, Mahé F, Rigonato J, Royo-Llonch M, Salazar G, Sanz-Sáez I, Scalco E, Soviadan D, Zayed A, Zingone A, Labadie K, Ferland J, Marec C, Kandels S, Picheral M, Dimier C, Poulain J, Pisarev S, Carmichael M, Pesant S, Tara Oceans Coordinators, Babin M, Boss E, Iudicone D, Jaillon O, Acinas S.G, Ogata H, Pelletier E, Stemmann L, Sullivan M.B, Sunagawa S, Bopp L, de Vargas C,  Boss L.K, Wincker P, Lombard F, Bowler C, and Zinger L. Global trends in marine plankton diversity across kingdoms of life. Cell, 179(5), 1084–1097, (2019) [Link]
  15. Li Y, Endo H, Goto Y, Watai H, Ogawa N, Blanc-Mathieu R, Yoshida T, and Ogata H. The earth is small for “leviathans”: long distance dispersal of giant viruses across aquatic environments. Microbes Environ., doi:10.1264/jsme2.ME19037, (2019) [Link]
  16. Endo H, and Suzuki K. Spatial variations in community structure of haptophytes across the Kuroshio front in the Tokara Strait. In: Kuroshio Current: Physical, Biogeochemical and Ecosystem Dynamics (eds.Nagai T, Saito H, Suzuki K, and Takahashi M), AGU Geophysical Monograph Series, AGU-Wiley, doi.org/10.1002/9781119428428.ch13, (2019) [Link]
  17. Yan D, Endo H, and Suzuki K. Increased temperature benefits growth and photosynthetic performance of the sea ice diatom Nitzschia cf. neglecta (Bacillariophyceae) isolated from Lake Saroma, Hokkaido, Japan. J. Phycol., 55(3), 700–713, (2019) [Link]
  18. Xia X, Cheung, S, Endo H, Suzuki K, and Liu H.Latitudinal and vertical variations of Synechococcus assemblage composition along 170°W transect from the South Pacific to the Arctic Ocean. Microb. Ecol., 77(2), 333–342, (2019) [Link]
  19. Li Y, Hingamp P, Watai H, Endo H, Yoshida T, and Ogata H. Degenerate PCR primers to reveal the diversity of giant viruses in coastal waters. Viruses, 10, 496, (2018) [Link]
  20. Endo H, Ogata H, and Suzuki K. Contrasting biogeography and diversity patterns between diatoms and haptophytes in the central Pacific Ocean. Sci. Rep., 8, (2018) [Link]
  21. Yoshida K., Endo H, Lawrenz E, Isada T, Hooker SB, Prášil O, Suzuki K. Community composition and photophysiology of phytoplankton assemblages in coastal Oyashio waters of the western North Pacific during early spring, Estuar. Coast. Shelf Sci., 212, 80–94, (2018) [Link]
  22. Endo H, Hattori H, Mishima T, Hashida G, Sasaki H, Nishioka J, and Suzuki K. Phytoplankton community responses to iron and CO2 enrichment in different biogeochemical regions of the Southern Ocean. Pol. Biol., 40, 2143–2159, (2017) [Link]
  23. Endo H, Sugie K, Yoshimura T, and Suzuki K. Response of spring diatoms to CO2 availability in the western North Pacific as determined by next-generation sequencing. PLOS ONE, 11, e0154291, (2016) [Link]
  24. Endo H, Sugie K, Yoshimura T, and Suzuki K. Effects of CO2 and iron availability on rbcL gene expression in Bering Sea diatoms. Biogeosciences, 12, 2247−2259, (2015) [Link]
  25. Yoshimura T, Sugie K, Endo H, Suzuki K, Nishioka J, and Ono T. Organic matter production response to CO2 increase in open subarctic plankton communities: Comparison of six microcosm experiments under iron-limited and -enriched bloom condition. Deep-Sea Res. I., 94, 1−14, (2014) [Link]
  26. Sugie K, Endo H, Suzuki K, Nishioka J, and Yoshimura T. Synergistic effects of pCO2 and iron availability on nutrient consumption ratio of the Bering Sea phytoplankton community. Biogeosciences, 10, 6309−6321,(2013) [Link]
  27. Endo H, Yoshimura T, Kataoka T, and Suzuki K. Effects of CO2 and iron availability on phytoplankton and eubacterial community compositions in the northwest subarctic Pacific. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 439, 160−175, (2013) [Link]

My favorite words

“We are visitors on this planet.
We are here for ninety or one hundred years at the very most.
During the period, we must try to do something good, something useful, with our lives.
If you contribute to other people’s happiness, you will find the true goal, the true meaning of life”

The 14th Dalai Lama

Contact

e-mail: endo(at) scl.kyoto-u.ac.jp
tel: +81-774-38-3272