Hishiki, Takako

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Name
Hishiki, Takako
Affiliation
Keio University
Section
School of Medicine Clinical and Translational Research Center
Job title
Senior Assistant Professor (Non-tenured)/Assistant Professor (Non-tenured)
Research funding number
10338022

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Suhara Tomohiro, Hishiki Takako, Kasahara Masataka, Hayakawa Noriyo, Oyaizu Tomoko, Nakanishi Tsuyoshi, Kubo Akiko, Morisaki Hiroshi, Kaelin William G., Suematsu Makoto, Minamishima Yoji Andrew
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America   112(37) 11642-11647   Sep 2015   [Refereed]
Nakano Shintaro, Ishii Isao, Shinmura Ken, Tamaki Kayoko, Hishiki Takako, Akahoshi Noriyuki, Ida Tomoaki, Nakanishi Tsuyoshi, Kamata Shotaro, Kumagai Yoshito, Akaike Takaaki, Fukuda Keiichi, Sano Motoaki, Suematsu Makoto
Journal of Molecular Medicine   93(8) 879-889   Aug 2015   [Refereed]
Takenouchi Toshiki, Sugiura Yuki, Morikawa Takayuki, Nakanishi Tsuyoshi, Nagahata Yoshiko, Sugioka Tadao, Honda Kurara, Kubo Akiko, Hishiki Takako, Matsuura Tomomi, Hoshino Takao, Takahashi Takao, Suematsu Makoto, Kajimura Mayumi
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism   35(5) 794-805   May 2015   [Refereed]
Matsuhashi Tomohiro, Hishiki Takako, Zhou Heping, Ono Tomohiko, Kaneda Ruri, Iso Tatsuya, Yamaguchi Aiko, Endo Jin, Katsumata Yoshinori, Atsushi Anzai, Yamamoto Tsunehisa, Shirakawa Kohsuke, Yan Xiaoxiang, Shinmura Ken, Suematsu Makoto, Fukuda Keiichi, Sano Motoaki
Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology   82 116-124   May 2015
<p>Dichloroacetate (DCA) promotes pyruvate entry into the Krebs cycle by inhibiting pyruvate dehydrogenase (PDH) kinase and thereby maintaining PDH in the active dephosphorylated state. DCA has recently gained attention as a potential metabolic-ta...
Ohmura Mitsuyo, Hishiki Takako, Yamamoto Takehiro, Nakanishi Tsuyoshi, Kubo Akiko, Tsuchihashi Kenji, Tamada Mayumi, Toue Sakino, Kabe Yasuaki, Saya Hideyuki, Suematsu Makoto
Nitric Oxide - Biology and Chemistry   46 102-113   Apr 2015
<p>CD44 expressed in cancer cells was shown to stabilize cystine transporter (xCT) that uptakes cystine and excretes glutamate to supply cysteine as a substrate for reduced glutathione (GSH) for survival. While targeting CD44 serves as a potential...

Teaching Experience

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
新規質量分析イメージングによるパースルフィド依存性虚血再灌流障害制御機構の解明
MEXT,JSPS: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2019    Investigator(s): 菱木 貴子