KITAMURA Kenji

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Name
KITAMURA Kenji
Affiliation
Fukuoka Dental College
Section
Faculty of Dentistry
Job title
President
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1977
 - 
1978
Kyushu University, Research Assistant(Faculty of Dentistry)
 
1978
 - 
1987
Kyushu University, Research Assistant(Faculty of Medicine)
 
1987
 - 
1994
Kyushu University, Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Kyushu University
 
 
 - 
1975
Faculty of Dentistry, Kyushu University
 

Misc

 
Effects of acetylcholine and catecholamines of the smooth muscle cell of the porcine coronary artery.
Journal of Physiology   294    1979
Two Ca-dependent K-channels classified by application of tetraethylammonium distribute to smooth muscle membranes of the rabbit portal vein.
Pfl(]J1168[)gers archiv   405    1985
Modulation of ionic currents in smooth muscle balls of the rabbit intestine by intracellularly perfused ATP and cyclic AMP.
Pfl(]J1168[)gers archiv   408    1987
Features of 4-aminopyridine sensitive outward current observed in single smooth muscle cells from the rabbit pulmonary artery.
Pfl(]J1168[)gers Archiv   409    1987
The existence of a highly tetrodotoxin sensitive Na channel in freshly dispersed smooth muscle cells of the rabbit main pulmonary artery.
Pfl(]J1168[)gers Archiv   411    1988

Books etc

 
Mechanisms of Action of K+ channel openers and closers in smooth muscle cells. (共著)
Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Heart, Third Edition. Kluwer Academic Publ.   1994   
Mechanisms of action of K+ channel openers and closers in smooth muscle cells.(共著)
Physiology and pathophysiology of the heart   1995   
Mechanisms of uferine smooth muscle contraction ; "Calcium channes"
1999   

Works

 
Antagonistic action of cilnidipine on N-type Ca channel
1996
Molecular Mechanisms of N-type Ca channel blocking action by DHP derivatives.
1998
Chronological changes of human uterie muscle function on regulatory system for labor pain
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ion Channel Pharmacology
Vascular Physiology
pharmacology of pain
Mechanisms of drug action for circulatorydisease on vascular cells.
Research for development of novel analgeic agents