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Department of Anatomy & Histology
Anatomy and Histology
Since 1958, our laboratory has contributed to the special education for medical students, and has taken responsibility for the morphological research in Fukushima Medical University.
Present members in our laboratory are;
Prof. Satoshi WAGURI M.D., Ph.D.
Res. Assoc. Masaya YAMAMOTO M.D., Ph.D.
Res. Assoc. Satoshi KAMETAKA M.D., Ph.D.
Technical Expert Atsuko YABASHI
Laboratorian Katsuyuki KANNO
Research projects in our laboratory are mainly performed on the morphological analysis of cells and tissues by using histological, immunohistochemical, enzyme-histochemical and electron microscopical techniques. Current our interestings are focused on:
1) Fine structure and function of gastric parietal cells,
2) Histochemical study on the carbonic anhydrase,
3) High-pressure freezing method for electron microscopy, and
4) Neuroscience with a special emphasis on Pain Mechanism.
Educational programs in our department cover the whole areas of general histology and some parts of the cell biology for medical students, and both of gross anatomy and general histology for nursing students. Lectures and laboratory practices are prepared to get deeper understanding of the structure and function of human body.
1. Daisuke WATANABE1), Takashi HONDA, Y. TOMITA1, Y. SUGIURA1), Y. NISHIYAMA1) (Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine1)):Corneal infection of herpes simplex virus type-2 induced neuronal apoptosis in the brain stem of mice with expression of tumor suppressor gene (p53) and transcription factors. Acta Neuropathologica, 100, 647-653, 2000.
2. TSUNODA Rikiya, HEINEN E.1), SUGAI Naonori (University of Li_ge1)): Follicular dendritic cells in vitro modulate the expression of Fas and Bcl-2 on germinal center B cells. Cell Tissue Res., 299(3), 395-402, 2000.
3. Kazunobu ISHIKAWA1), Daisuke SUGAWARA1), Xu-ping WANG,1), Kazunori SUZUKI, Hiroyuki ITABE1), Yukio MARUYAMA1), Aldons J. LUSIS2) (1st Dept. of Internal Medicine): Heme Oxygenase-1 Inhibits Atherosclerotic Lesion Formation in LDL-Receptor Knockout mice, Circulation Research, 16, 506-512, 2000.
4. McNEIL Paul L. 1), VOGEL Steven1), MIYAKE Katsuya, TERASAKI Mark2) (The Medical College of Georgia1), University of Conneticut2)): Patching plasma membrane disruptions with cytoplasmic membrane. Journal of Cell Science, 113, 1891-1902, 2000.
5. Hiro-oki OKAMURA, Naonori SUGAI, Kazunori SUZUKI: Localization of carbonic anhydrase in guinea pig Bowman's glands. J Histochem. Cytochem., 47, 1525-1532, 1999
6. Shinya ASANO1), Takashi HONDA, Fumi GOSHIMA1), Yukihiko NISHIYAMA1), Yasuo SUGIURA1) (Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine1)): US3 protein kinase of herpes simplex virus protects primary afferent neurons from virus-induced apoptosis in ICR mice. Neuroscience Letters, 294/ 105-108, 2000.
7. Lian-Sheng LIU1), Keiji NISHIYAMA2), Takashi HONDA, Midori SUGIURA1), Hiroyuki YAGINUMA2), Yasuo SUGIURA1) (Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine1), 1st Dept. of Anatomy 2)): Suppressive effects of the Neiting acupuncture on the toothache; An experimental analysis by Fos expression in the trigeminal subnucleus pars caudalis and the periaquaductal gray of rats with tooth pulp stimulation. Neuroscience Research, 38, 331-339, 2000.
8. YOKOTA S. 1), HONDA Takashi., FENG, G. G. 1), SHIMADA, Y. 1) and SUGIURA, Y. 1) (Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine1)): Analgesic effects of the indomethacin ointment on acute pain induced by injury: An experimental analysis by Fos expression in the spinal cord of rats, Pain Research, 15 (1), 9-14, 2000.
9. Shigenori SUZUKI1), Hiro-oki OKAMURA, Iwao OHTANI1)(Dept. of Otorhinolaryngeology 1) ): Bilateral parotid gland basal cell adenomas. case report., ORL J Otorhinolaryngol. Relate Spec., 62, 278-281, 2000.
10. Yasunobu KONNAI1), Takashi HONDA, Yasufumi SEKIGUCHI1), Shinichi KIKUCHI1), and Yasuo SUGIURA2) (Dept. of Orthopedic Surgery1), Nagoya University School of Medicine 2)): Sensory innervation of the lumbar dura mater passing through the sympathetic trunk in rats. Spine, 25, 776-782, 2000.
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