Katsuro Kameyama

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Dec 1, 2019 at 19:37
 
Avatar
Name
Katsuro Kameyama
E-mail
kameyamatottori-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Tottori University

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Distribution of the cannabinoid type 1 receptor and ocular dominance plasticity in the primary visual cortex.
Kameyama K, Yoneda T, Hata Y
Adaptation Biology and Medicine   8 327-336   2017   [Refereed]
Latent TGF-β binding protein-2 is essential for the development of ciliary zonule microfibrils.
Inoue T, Ohbayashi T, Fujikawa Y, Yoshida H, Akama TO, Noda K, Horiguchi M, Kameyama K, Hata Y, Takahashi K, Kusumoto K, Nakamura T
Human Molecular Genetics   23 5672-5682   2014   [Refereed]
Developmental and visual input-dependent regulation of the CB1 cannabinoid receptor in the mouse visual cortex.
Yoneda T, Kameyama K, Esumi K, Daimyo Y, Watanabe M, Hata Y
PLoS One   8 e53082   2013   [Refereed]
Difference in binocularity and ocular dominance plasticity between GABAergic and excitatory cortical neurons.
Kameyama K, Sohya K, Ebina T, Fukuda A, Yanagawa Y, Tsumoto T
The Journal of Neuroscience   30 1551-1559   2010   [Refereed]
GABAergic neurons are less selective to stimulus orientation than excitatory neurons in layer II/III of visual cortex, as revealed by in vivo functional Ca2+ imaging in transgenic mice.
Sohya K, Kameyama K, Yanagawa Y, Obata K, Tsumoto T
The Journal of Neuroscience   27 2145-2149   2007   [Refereed]
Recovery of binocular responses after brief monocular deprivation in kittens.
Kameyama K, Hata Y, Tsumoto T
NeuroReport   16 1447-1450   2005   [Refereed]
Neural networks handling sequential patterns.
Yamasaki T, Kataoka Y, Kameyama K, Nakano K
Information Sciences   159 141-154   2004   [Refereed]
Activity-dependent changes in the protein level of brain-derived neurotrophic factor but no change in other neurotrophins in the visual cortex of young and adult ferrets.
Ichisaka S, Katoh-Semba R, Hata Y, Ohshima M, Kameyama K, Tsumoto T
Neuroscience   117 361-371   2003   [Refereed]
Chronic electrical stimulation of afferents from one eye changes ocular dominance of visual cortical neurons in kittens.
Ohshima M, Hata Y, Ichisaka S, Wakita M, Fukuda M, Kameyama K, Tsumoto T
Journal of Neurophysiology   88 2147-2151   2002   [Refereed]