SHIBANUMA Motoko

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Name
SHIBANUMA Motoko
Affiliation
Showa University
Section
School of Pharmacy, Cancer Cell Biology
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1985
 - 
1992
Research Assistant, Institute of Medical
 
 
   
 
Science, Tokyo University
 
1992
 - 
1995
Research Associate, Faculty of Pharmacentical
 
 
   
 
Sciens
 
1995
   
 
- Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1985
Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1983
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Mori K, Uchida T, Yoshie T, Mizote Y, Ishikawa F, Katsuyama M, Shibanuma M
The FEBS journal   286(3) 459-478   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Kuwata H, Nakatani E, Shimbara-Matsubayashi S, Ishikawa F, Shibanuma M, Sasaki Y, Yoda E, Nakatani Y, Hara S
Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular and cell biology of lipids   1864(11) 1606-1618   Nov 2019   [Refereed]
Arai T, Ohno A, Mori K, Kuwata H, Mizuno M, Imai K, Hara S, Shibanuma M, Kurihara M, Miyata N, Nakagawa H, Fukuhara K
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters   26(22) 5468-5471   Nov 2016   [Refereed]
Mizuno M, Mori K, Misawa T, Takaki T, Demizu Y, Shibanuma M, Fukuhara K
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters   29(18) 2659-2663   Sep 2019   [Refereed]
Arai T, Ohno A, Kazunori M, Kakizawa T, Kuwata H, Ozawa T, Shibanuma M, Hara S, Ishida S, Kurihara M, Miyata N, Nakagawa H, Fukuhara K
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry   24(18) 4138-4143   Sep 2016   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Involvement of hydrogen peroxide in the actions of TGFb1(jointly worked)
"Oxidateve Stress, Cell Activation and Viral Infection"   1994   
Biological roles of H2O2 produced by treatment with TGFb1 in mouse osteoblastic cells. In Frontiers on reactive oxygen species in biology and medicine(jointly worked)
Excerpta Medica   1994   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Mechanisms underlying anchorage-dependency of cell growth : its regulation by Hic-5, a focal adhesion protein that shuttles between focal adhesions and the nucleus as a ROS effector "a role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in cell adhesion signain・・・
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Mechanisms underlying anchorage-dependency of cell growth : its regulation by Hic-5, a focal adhesion protein that shuttles between focal adhesions and the nucleus as a ROS effector "a role of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in cell adhesion signaing".
Analysis on molecular mechanism of epithelial mesenchymal transition induced by reactive oxygen species and TGFβ1 "a role of reactive oxygen species in TGFβ1 signaling"
Gene Science Research
Mitochondrial respiratory activity and malignant conversion of cells
Project Year: 2008