Okada Kazuma

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Name
Okada Kazuma
Research funding number
50806354

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朝のランニングが日課です。

Education

 
Apr 2013
 - 
Mar 2017
The United Graduate School of Veterinary Sciences, Gifu university
 
Sep 2014
 - 
Mar 2015
The University of Melbourne
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2013
Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences, Gifu university
 

Published Papers

 
Okada K, Morita R, Egawa K, Hirai Y, Kaida A, Shirano M, Kubo H, Goto T, Yamamoto SP
Emerging infectious diseases   25(9) 1782-1784   Sep 2019   [Refereed]
Anindita PD, Sasaki M, Okada K, Ito N, Sugiyama M, Saito-Tarashima N, Minakawa N, Shuto S, Otsuguro S, Ichikawa S, Matsuda A, Maenaka K, Orba Y, Sawa H
Antiviral research   154 1-9   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Nakagawa K, Kobayashi Y, Ito N, Suzuki Y, Okada K, Makino M, Goto H, Takahashi T, Sugiyama M
Journal of virology   91(20)    Oct 2017   [Refereed]
Nakagawa K, Nakagawa K, Omatsu T, Katayama Y, Oba M, Mitake H, Okada K, Yamaoka S, Takashima Y, Masatani T, Okadera K, Ito N, Mizutani T, Sugiyama M
Vaccine   35(42) 5622-5628   Oct 2017   [Refereed]
Yamaoka S, Okada K, Ito N, Okadera K, Mitake H, Nakagawa K, Sugiyama M
The Journal of veterinary medical science   79(8) 1394-1397   Aug 2017   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Different rabies virus P protein isoforms contribute to the suppression of IFN induction in neural and muscle cells
Kazuma Okada, Naoto Ito, Tatsuki Takahashi, Shoko Nishiyama, Makoto Sugiyama
the 66th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Virology   Nov 2018   
Importance of P protein isoforms in the neuroinvasiveness of rabies virus
Kazuma Okada, Naoto Ito, Kento Nakagawa, Makoto Sugiyama
the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Virology   Oct 2016   
Rabies virus P protein isoforms play an important role in viral neuroinvasiveness.
Kazuma Okada, Naoto Ito, Kento Nakagawa, Kota Okadera, Hiromichi Mitake, Makoto Sugiyama
American Society for Virology 2016 annual Meeting   Jun 2016   
Rabies virus P protein isoforms (P3-5) are important for viral pathogenicity.
Kazuma Okada, Naoto Ito, Satoko Yamaoka, Kota Okadera, Hiromichi Mitake, Makoto Sugiyama
4th Lorne Infection & Immunity Conference   Feb 2014