OKANO James hirotaka

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Name
OKANO James hirotaka
Affiliation
Jikei University
Section
Faculty of Medicine
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
The Japan Monkey Centre Primates Brain Imaging Repository for comparative neuroscience: An archive of digital records including records for endangered species.
Sakai T, Hata J, Ohta H, Shintaku Y, Kimura N, Ogawa Y, Sokabe K, Mori S, Okano HJ, Hamada Y, Shibata S, Okano H, Oishi K.
Primates   59 553-570   Nov 2018   [Refereed]
Regenerative potential of induced pluripotent stem cells derived from patients undergoing haemodialysis in kidney regeneration.
Tajiri S, Yamanaka S, Fujimoto T, Matsumoto K, Taguchi A, Nishinakamura R, Okano HJ, Yokoo T.
Sci Rep.   8 14019   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Visualization of nerve fibers around the carotid bifurcation using a 9.4 T microscopic magnetic resonance diffusion tensor imaging with tractography.
Saito S, Ozawa H, Fujioka M, Hikishima K, Hata J, Kurihara S, Okano HJ, Ogawa K.
Head Neck.   40(10) 2228-2234   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Elavl3 regulates neuronal polarity through the alternative splicing of an embryo-specific exon in AnkyrinG.
Ogawa Y, Yamaguchi J, Yano M, Uchiyama Y, Okano HJ.
Neuosci Res.   135 13-20   Oct 2018   [Refereed]
Loss of DDHD2, whose mutation causes spastic paraplegia, promotes reactive oxygen species generation and apoptosis.
Maruyama T, Baba T, Maemoto Y, Hara-Miyauchi C, Hasegawa-Ogawa M, Okano HJ, Enda Y, Matsumoto K, Arimitsu N, Nakao K, Hamamoto H, Sekimizu K, Ohto-Nakanishi T, Nakanishi H, Tokuyama T, Yanagi S, Tagaya M, Tani K.
Cell Death Dis.   9(8) 797   Jul 2018   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
O3K-8 Galectin-1is a key regulator of Neural Stem Cell proliferation
2003   
'Analysis of Sox21, SoxB1 family transcriptional factor, in developing CNS'
2003   
Biochemical study of neuronal RNA binding protein Hu
2003   
Histological and biochemical study of Sox21 transcriptional factor
2003   
Granulocyte macrophage colony-stimulating factor(GM-CSF) promotes locomotor recovery after spinal cord injury in adult mice
Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience   2002