OHNISHI Takeo

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Name
OHNISHI Takeo
Affiliation
Nara Medical University
Section
Medical Faculty, Medical Department General Education, Depertment of Biology
Degree
(BLANK)(Osaka University), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1998
 - 
2002
Proffessor of Depertment of Biology, Nara
 
 
   
 
Medical University
 

Education

 
 
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1973
Biology, Facuity of Science, Osaka University
 
 
 - 
1968
Biology, Faculty of Science, Osaka University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2004
   
 
International Association of Hyperthermic Oncology  Vice-President
 

Awards & Honors

 
2004
The Tsutomu Sugahara Award from Int.Associat. Hyperthermic Oncol.
 
Apr.,2004

Misc

 
Hyperthermic enhancement of tumor growth inhibition by accelerated carbon-ions in transplantable human esophageal cancer.
Int. J. Hyperthermia   14 195   1998
Takeo Ohnishi, Akihisa Takahashi, Kumio Okaichi, Ken Ohnishi, Hideki Matsumoto, Shimpei Takahashi, Hisashi Yamanaka, Tamotsu Nakano, Shunji Nagaoka
Biol. Sci. Space   11(1) 29-34   1997
Cellular content of p53 protein in rat skin after exposure to a space environment.
J. Appl. Physiol.   81 183   1996

Books etc

 
Effect of pre-irradiation of mice whole body with X-ray on radiation-induced killing, induction of spleic lymphocyte apoptosis, and expression of mutated Ca2+ channnel α1A subunit.
In Radiation and Hormeostasis, edited by T. Sugawara, O. Nikaido & O. Niwa, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2001   
Suppression of X-ray-induced apoptosis by low dose pre-irradiation in the spleen of C57BL/6 mice.
In Radiation and Hormeostasis, edited by T. Sugawara, O. Nikaido & O. Niwi, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2001   
DNA-PK activity plays a role on radioadaptation for radiation-induced apoptosis.
In Radiation and Hormeostasis, edited by T. Sugawara, O. Nikaido & O. Niwa, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2001   
Biological effects of space radiation.
In Exploring future research strategies in space radiation sciences, edited by H. J. Majima & K. Fujitaka, Iryokagakusha Co. Ltd., Tokyo   2000   
Different radiation-induced response of p53 and WAF1 accumulation after chronic or acute radiation.
In Biological effects of low dose radiation, edited by T. Yamada et al., Elsevier Science, Amsterdam   2000   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Environment-induced DNA damage and its repair
Environment-induced DNA damage and its repair
Environment-induced DNA damage and its repair
Molecular Mechanism of Hyperthermia
Molecular Mechanism of Hyperthermia