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Yoh-suke Mukouyama, Ph.D.


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NIH Research Festival 2013

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  1. Mukoyama's Lab Group photo

    Mukoyama's Lab Group photo (Fall, 2012)

  2. Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2013

    Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2013

  3. Mukoyama's Lab Group photo (Fall, 2013)

    Mukoyama's Lab Group photo (Fall, 2013)

  4. Mukoyama lab research team with our Director (Gary Gibbons) and SD (Robert Balaban) at the NHLBI DIR Orloff Science Award Ceremony (Jan, 2014)

    NHLBI DIR Orloff Science Award Ceremony (Jan, 2014)
    Mukoyama lab research team with our Director Gary Gibbons and SD Robert Balaban

  5. Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2014

    Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2014

  6. Yosuke gets tenure at the NIH on July 7th, 2014

    Yosuke gets tenure at the NIH on July 7th, 2014

  7. Structural interdependence go blood vessels and nerves to form coordinated branching networks. Longer description of this image is in the caption below

    Structural interdependence of blood vessels and nerves to form coordinated branching networks
    EC, endothelial cells; VSMC, vascular smooth muscle cells. Modified from Fig. 3 in James & Mukouyama. Semin Cell Dev Biol 22: 1019-1027, 2011.

  8. Nerve-artery alignment in developing skin

    Nerve-artery alignment in developing skin
    Sensory nerve (green) align with arteries (red) in the developing mouse skin. The image was published in Cell (Mukouyama et al. Cell109: 693-705, 2002).

  9. Chemokine controls nerve-vessel co-patterning

    Chemokine controls nerve-vessel co-patterning
    Chemokine receptor Cxcr4 expression (red) was restricted to nerve (green)-associated ephrinB2+ arteries  (blue). The image was published in Developmental Cell (Li et al. Dev Cell 24: 359-371, 2013).

  10. Cardiac axons follow coronary vessels in embryonic heart

    Cardiac axons follow coronary vessels in embryonic heart
    Cardiac sympathetic axons (green) follow VSMC-associated large-diameter coronary vessels in the subepicardium of the dorsal ventricular wall of the developing mouse heart. The image was selected as the cover of the issue in Development (Nam et al. Development 140: 1475-1485, 2013).

  11. Intra-neural hemorrhage in the brain: a mouse model of human CCMs

    Intra-neural hemorrhage in the brain: a mouse model of human CCMs
    The vascular lumen appears to have ruptured resulting in hemorrhage in Ccm2 conditional mutants as evidenced by erythrocytes (green) outside the vessel enclosure (red). The image was published in Human Molecular Genetics (Cunningham et al. Hum Mol Genet 20: 3198-3206, 2011)

  12. Venous expression of EphB1 in embryonic limb skin vasculature

    Venous expression of EphB1 in embryonic limb skin
    Whole-mount triple immunofluorescence analysis of forelimb skin of E17.5 embryos was performed with antibodies to EphB1 (green) in combination with the pan-endothelial cell marker PECAM-1 (blue) and the vascular smooth muscle cell (VSMC) marker alpha SMA (red). By E17.5, arterial vessels are densely covered with VSMCs, whereas less or no VSMC coverage occurs in venous vessels. EphB1 expression is restricted to the venous vasculature. No EphB1 expression is detectable in the arterial and lymphatic vasculature. The image was published in Developmental Dynamics (Li et al. Dev Dyn 2013).

  13. Skin lymphangiogenesis

    Skin lymphangiogenesis
    Whole-mount confocal microscopy reveals that Prox1+ (blue)/LYVE-1+ (green) lymphatic vessels sprout toward the dorsal midline in E14.5 mouse dorsal skin. PECAM-1+ blood vessels (red) have reached the midline at this stage. The image was published in Development (James et al. Development 2013).

  • Mukoyama's Lab Group photo
  • Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2013
  • Mukoyama's Lab Group photo (Fall, 2013)
  • Mukoyama lab research team with our Director (Gary Gibbons) and SD (Robert Balaban) at the NHLBI DIR Orloff Science Award Ceremony (Jan, 2014)
  • Cherry Blossoms Outing Spring 2014
  • Yosuke gets tenure at the NIH on July 7th, 2014
  • Structural interdependence go blood vessels and nerves to form coordinated branching networks. Longer description of this image is in the caption below
  • Nerve-artery alignment in developing skin
  • Chemokine controls nerve-vessel co-patterning
  • Cardiac axons follow coronary vessels in embryonic heart
  • Intra-neural hemorrhage in the brain: a mouse model of human CCMs
  • Venous expression of EphB1 in embryonic limb skin vasculature
  • Skin lymphangiogenesis