OITE Takashi

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Name
OITE Takashi
Affiliation
Niigata University
Section
Institute of Nephrology, Department of Cell Physiology
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1972
 - 
1975
Assistant professor, Niigata Univ. School of Medicine
 
1978
 - 
1981
Lecturer, Niigata Univ. School of Medicine
 
1981
 - 
1996
Associate professor, Niigata Univ. School of Medicine
 
1996
   
 
- Professor, Niigata Univ. School of Medicine
 
2001
   
 
- Director, Institute of Nephrology, Niigata Univ. school of Medicine
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Medicine, Niigata University
 

Misc

 
An active model of immune complex glomerulo-mephritis in the rat employing cationized antigen
American Journal of Pathology      1983
Ultramicroscopic localization of cationized antigen in the glomerular basement membrane in the course of active, in situ immune complex glomerulonephritis
Virchows Archiv[Cell Pathol]      1985
Mechanism of formation of subepithelial electron dense deposits(EDD)in active in situ immune complex glomerulonephritis
American Journal of Pathology      1990
Modulation of Mesangial cell proliferation by endothelial cells in coculture
American Journal of Pathology      1991

Books etc

 
Nephritis
1994   
Modulation of mesangial cell behavior by communication circuits between extrinsic and intrinsic dells or cells and matrices
Recent Advances in Molecular Nephrology(Kohko-Do)   1995   

Association Memberships

 
 

Works

 
Mechanisms of sclerosis in the glomerulus as a representative of microcirculation
1993
Renal regeneration and replacement ; approach from the viewpoint of microvasculature
2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Experimental models of nephritis employing hapten-carrier system
Project Year: 1979   
Mechanisms of sclerosis in the glomerulus as a representative of microcirculation
Project Year: 1991   
Cell function regulated by cell to cell and cell to matrix interaction
Project Year: 1991   
renal microcirculation
experimental model of glomerulosclerosis