Makiko Kashio

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Name
Makiko Kashio
Affiliation
Aichi Medical University

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
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Today
Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Aichi Medical University
 
Sep 2014
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Mar 2017
Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Cell Physiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Aug 2013
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Aug 2014
Postdoctoral fellow, Division of Cell Signaling, Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience
 
Apr 2012
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Jul 2013
NIPS research fellow, Division of Cell Signaling, Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience
 
Apr 2011
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Mar 2012
JSPS Research Fellow, Division of Cell Signaling, Okazaki Institute for Integrative Bioscience
 

Education

 
Apr 2008
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Mar 2011
Department of Physiological Science, School of Life Science, SOKENDAI (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
 

Awards & Honors

 
Mar 2016
Irisawa Memorial Promotion Award for Young Physiologists, Physiological Society of Japan
 
Jun 2012
Poster award, 4th International Congress on Cell Membranes and Oxidative Stress: Focus on Calcium Signaling and TRP Channels
 

Published Papers

 
Ota W, Nakane Y, Kashio M, Suzuki Y, Nakamura K, Mori Y, Tominaga M, Yoshimura T
Scientific reports   9(1) 3706   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
Kashio M, Wei-Qi G, Ohsaki Y, Kido MA, Taruno A
Scientific reports   9(1) 2681   Feb 2019   [Refereed]
Taruno A, Kashio M
Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.)   1950 299-307   2019   [Refereed]
Xinyue Wang, Tianbang Li, Makiko Kashio, Yijuan Xu, Makoto Tominaga, Tatsuhiko Kadowaki
eNeuro   5    Jan 2018
© 2018 Wang et al. Solenopsis invicta, the red imported fire ant, represents one of the most devastating invasive species. To understand their sensory physiology, we identified and characterized their Hymenoptera-specific (Hs) TRPA channel, SiHsTR...
Guangda Peng, Makiko Kashio, Tianbang Li, Xiaofeng Dong, Makoto Tominaga, Tatsuhiko Kadowaki
Frontiers in Physiology   7    Oct 2016   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Redox-Sensitive TRP Channels: TRPA1 and TRPM2
Makiko Kashio, Makoto Tominaga
Redox - Principles and Advanced Applications   203-223   Sep 2017
Makiko Kashio, Makoto Tominaga
Channels   11 1-8   Jul 2017
© 2017 Taylor & Francis Living organisms continually experience changes in ambient temperature. To detect such temperature changes for adaptive behavioral responses, we evolved the ability to sense temperature. Thermosensitive transient receptor...
Makiko Kashio, Makoto Tominaga
Translational Cancer Research   6 S409-S411   Mar 2017   [Invited]