Tsutomu Nohno

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Name
Tsutomu Nohno
E-mail
p2lm3rfvokayama-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kawasaki Medical School
Section
Medical School Faculty of Medicine
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Science(Okayama University), Doctor of Science(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Research funding number
20098619
ORCID ID
0000-0002-0351-5603

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1975
Biology, Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Okayama University
 
 
 - 
1973
Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Okayama University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2005
 - 
2006
Limb Development and Regeneration  
 

Awards & Honors

 
1990
Moriwake Award
 

Misc

 
Movement of 14C urea in microperfused Henle's loop of adrenalectomized rat kidney.
Watanabe Satoru, Hayashi Yasuko, Nohno Tsutomu, Murayama Yoshimichi
Kawasaki Medical Journal   1(3) 145-151   Apr 1975
Hayashi Yasuko, Nohno Tsutomu, Murayama Yoshimichi
Japanese journal of pharmacology   26(5) 627-631   Oct 1976
Nohno Tsutomu, Hayashi Yasuko, Murayama Yoshimichi
Japanese journal of pharmacology   27(5) 667-678   Oct 1977
Trans-4-hydroxy-3-methoxycinnamic acid (ferulic acid) inhibits the effect of androgens on the rat prostate.
Saito T, Nohno T, Yoshida H, Yokoya H
Experientia   35(5) 696-699   May 1979
Selective inhibition of androgen action by ferulic acid in the rat prostate.
Nohno Tsutomu
Kawasaki Medical Journal   5(3-4) 143-150   Jul 1979

Books etc

 
Involvement of growth factors and their receptors in morphogenesis of the chick limb. Growth Factors: Cell Growth, Morphogenesis, and Transformation (Gann Monograph on Cancer Research No. 42)
Japan Scientific Societies Press   ISBN:0849377757
199400
Cooperative activation of Chox-4 homeobox genes by factors from the polarizing region and the apical ridge in chick limb morphogenesis. Limb Development and Regeneration, Part A (Progress in Clinical and Biological Research)
Wiley-Liss   ISBN:0471597937
199300
Differential expression of three chick FGF receptor genes, FGFR1, FGFR2 and FGFR3, in limb and feather development. Limb Development and Regeneration, Part B (Progress in Clinical and Biological Research)
Wiley-Liss   ISBN:0471597947
199300
Expression patterns of the activin receptor IIA and IIB genes during chick limb development. Limb Development and Regeneration, Part B (Progress in Clinical and Biological Research)
Wiley-Liss   ISBN:0471597947
199300

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Antitumor effect and signaling mechanism of tranilast in gastric cancer cell lines.
Keystone Symposia: Signaling Pathways in Cancer and Development   2008   
Interaction of Wnt4 with myostatin signaling during myogenic differentiation of skeletal muscle.
Keystone Symposia: Signaling Pathways in Cancer and Development   2008   
Morphogenesis and origin of the certilaginous elements of the anterior neurocranium during chick development.
41st Annual Meeting for the Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists   2008   
Wnt signaling in the endoplasmic reticulum of early Xenopus embryos.
41st Annual Meeting for the Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists   2008   
Morphogenesis of the base of the anterior neurocranium by the neural crest cells during chick development.
EURO EVO DEVO 2008 2nd Meeting of the European Society for Evolutionary Developmental Biology   2008   
The base of anterior neurocranium is formed from two distinct populations of the cranial neural crest cell in chick embryo.
第40回日本発生学会・第59回日本細胞生物学会合同大会   2007   
Different beta-catenin immunoexpression in gastrointestinal neuroendcrine tumors (carcinoid tumors).
Wnt Conference   2007   
Role of Wnt4 in myogenic proliferation and differentiation of skelatal muscle.
Wnt Conference   2007   
Nuclear expression of beta-catenin in oral leukoplakia with or without dysplasia
Wnt Conference   2007   
Myostatin inhibition increases atrogin-1 expression and accelerates skeletal muscle atrophy under denervated conditions.
12th WMS International Cogress   2007   
Does retinoic acid affect the Fgf10 expression during inner ear development in the mouse?
日本発生生物学会第39回大会   2006   
Retinoic acid exposed mouse embryos demonstrate SCC dysmorphogenesis, similar to Fgf10 null mice.
20th IUBMB International Congress of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and 11th FAOBMB Congress   2006   
Interaction of Wnt and Frizzled during chick limb development.
9th International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration   2006   
Wnt3a and Wnt3 during AER formation of chick embryos.
9th International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration   2006   
PC6, a BMP-3b-processing enzyme, is involved in axial patterning of the Xenopus embryo.
11th International Xenopus Conference   2006   
Characterization of a BMP-3b-processing enzyme in Xenopus embryo.
FASEB Summer Research Conferences: The TGF-β Superfamiry: Signaling and Development   2005   
Effect of paraquat on the expression of heme oxygenase-1
6th International Symposium on ADVANCES IN LEGAL MEDICINE (ISALM)   2005   
Inhibition of myostatin signaling through type II receptors for activin.
Therapeutic strategies for muscular dystrophy by myostatin inhibition.   2005   
A novel chicken Wnt3a isoform activates beta-catenin pathway and affects developmental events.
2nd International Symposium and Annual Meeting of Dynamics of Developmental Systems   2005   
The genes involved in the onset of paraquat injury and the individual difference of the toxic effect.
43rd Annual Meeting of Society of Toxicology   2004   
Wnt3a and Wnt10a involved in AER formation in the chick limb bud.
8th International Conference on Limb Development & Regeneration   2004   
BMP-3b and cerberus coordinate formation of the Xenopus larval head.
FASEB Summer Research Conferences: The TGF-β Superfamiry: Signaling and Development.   2003   
Ephrin-A/EphA interaction involved in position-specific cell affinity and cartilage differentiation in the limb bud.
Society for Developmental Biology 62th Annual Meeting   2003   
BMP-3b and BMP-3 fanction as different dorsalizing factors in Xenopus embryos.
Society for Developmental Biology 62th Annual Meeting   2003