Kazumori Mise is a postdoctoral fellow at The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan. He received a Bachelor degree of Agricultural and Life Sciences from The University of Tokyo in 2015. He continued his study at Soil Science Laboratory and received a Master degree of Agricultural and Life Sciences from The University of Tokyo in 2017, for the study in soil microbial communities driving phosphorus cycling. He then started to study microbial metagenomics and bioinformatics, under the direction of Dr. Wataru Iwasaki (Wataru Iwasaki Laboratory: Laboratory of Bioinformatics). After receiving a Ph.D. in bioinformatics in 2020, he started working as a postdoctoral fellow at AIST in April 2021. His current research include functional metagenomics of soil bacterial communities nitrogen cycling, especially those responsible for greenhouse gas emissions.

Publications

Reprints are available upon request. Feel free to contact me by e-mail or via ResearchGate.

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Kazumori Mise, Yoko Masuda, Keishi Senoo, Hideomi Itoh.
Undervalued pseudo-nifH sequences in public databases distort metagenomic insights into biological nitrogen fixers.
mSphere (2021) 6(6):e00785-21
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Kazumori Mise, Wataru Iwasaki.
Environmental atlas of prokaryotes enables powerful and intuitive habitat-based analysis of community structures.
iScience (2020) 23(10):101624
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Yu Maeda, Kazumori Mise, Wataru Iwasaki, Akira Watanabe, Susumu Asakawa, Rasit Asiloglu, Jun Murase.
Invention of artificial rice field soil: A tool to study the effect of soil components on the activity and community of microorganisms involved in anaerobic organic matter decomposition.
Microbes Environ. (2020) 35:ME20093
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Kazumori Mise, Shigeto Otsuka.
Eukaryotic microbial communities in Japanese arable Andisols investigated by amplicon sequencing of 18S rRNA genes.
Microbiol Resour Announc. (2020) 10:e00218-20
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Kazumori Mise, Yuki Koyama, Arisa Matsumoto, Kazuki Fujita, Takashi Kunito, Keishi Senoo, Shigeto Otsuka.
Pectin drives microbial phosphorus solubilization in soil: Evidence from isolation-based and community-scale approaches.
Eur J Soil Biol. (2020) 97:103169
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Takashi Kunito, Hitoshi Moro, Kazuki Fujita, Kazumori Mise, Kazunari Nagaoka, Shigeto Otsuka.
Microorganisms enhancing phosphorus availability in arable soils.
Soil Microorganisms (2019) 73:41–54 (In Japanese)
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Kazumori Mise, Runa Maruyama, Yuichi Miyabara, Takashi Kunito, Keishi Senoo, Shigeto Otsuka.
Time-series analysis of phosphorus-depleted microbial communities in carbon/nitrogen-amended soils.
Appl Soil Ecol. (2020) 145:103346
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Kazumori Mise, Hitoshi Moro, Takashi Kunito, Keishi Senoo, Shigeto Otsuka.
Prokaryotic community structure of long-term fertilization field Andisols in central Japan.
Microbiol Resour Announc. (2019) 8:e01551-18
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Kazumori Mise, Kazuki Fujita, Takashi Kunito, Keishi Senoo, Shigeto Otsuka.
Phosphorus-mineralizing communities reflect nutrient-rich characteristics in Japanese arable Andisols.
Microbes Environ. (2018) 33:282–289


Journal Clubs

Oct 2020 @Iwasaki Lab: Predicting the dynamics of microbial community after perturbation

Apr 2020 @Iwasaki Lab: Bridging bacterial genomics and life history strategy using state-of-the-art long-read sequencing

Oct 2019 @Iwasaki Lab: Same author, similar methods, yet quite different questions

Jan 2019 @Iwasaki Lab: Incorporating interspecies interactions to microbial community ecology

Mar 2018 @Iwasaki Lab: Bacterial phenotype database empowering the trait-based approach

Jan 2018 @Iwasaki Lab: Wet-lab methods with implication for bioinformatic studies

Oct 2016 @Soil Science Lab: Functional redundancy of bacterial community

Oct 2015 @Soil Science Lab: Community assembly processes: Niche-based vs Stochastic



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Contact

mise-33 [AT] aist.go.jp; mise-33 [AT] bs.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Microbial Ecology and Technology Research Group, The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)

AIST Hokkaido, 2-17-2-1, Tsukisamu-Higashi, Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, 062-8517 Japan.