SATO Kenzo

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Name
SATO Kenzo
Affiliation
Tottori University
Section
Faculty of Medicine, School of Life Sciences, Division of Molecular Biology, Department of Molecular Cellular Biology
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Science(Kyushu University), Master of Science(Kyushu University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1976
 - 
1989
Kawasaki Medical School, Research Assistant
 
1983
 - 
1985
University of Chicago, Research Associate
 
1989
 - 
1990
Tottori University, Research Associate
 
1990
 - 
1994
Tottori University, Associate Professor
 
1994
   
 
- Tottori University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyushu University
 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Science, Osaka University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1996
   
 
The Japanese Biochemical Society  councilor
 
2002
   
 
The Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine  
 

Misc

 
Negative Regulation of Catalase Gene Expression in Hepatoma Cells
Molecular and Cellular Biology   12(6) 2525-2533   1992
A specific DNA sequence controls termination of transcription in the gastrin gene
Molecular and Cellular Biology   6 1032-1043   1986
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA   83(20) 7623-7627   1986
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA   81 4662-4666   1984

Books etc

 
Expression of Catalase
Experimental Protocols for Reactive oxlgen and Nitrogen Species (Oxford Univ. Press)   2000   

Works

 
Isolation of bio active substance from fish waste
1999 - 2001
Gene expression in fish embryo.
1996 - 1999
Development of functional food to maintain liver function
2003 - 2004

Research Grants & Projects

 
Decrease of Catalase Gene Expression in Hepatoma and Tumor Bearer.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1996   
Hepatic function induced by liver-enriched transcription factor
Virus vector for gene therapy of liver desease
Project Year: 1998   
Effective utilization of wasted materials and screening of bio active substance.
Development of virus vector for gene therapy.