KOMATSU Kenshi

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Name
KOMATSU Kenshi
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Radiation Biology Center, Radiation Biology Center Department of Genome Dynamics
Job title
Professor,Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Tohoku University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1978
Graduate School, Division of Medicine, Tohoku University
 

Published Papers

 
K. Komatsu; M. Higuchi; M. Sakka
J. RADIAT. RES.   22(2) 226-241   1981   [Refereed]
K. Sakamoto; K. Komatsu; Y. Matsumoto
Radiation Research   102(2) 224-231   1985   [Refereed]
K. Komatsu; K. Sakamoto
Journal of radiation research   26(4) 426-435   1985   [Refereed]
The oncogene potential of a combination of hyperthermia and chemotherapy agents
K. Komatsu; R.C. Miller; E.J. Hall
British Journal of Cancer   57(1) 59-63   1988   [Refereed]
T.K. Hei; K. Komatsu; E.J. Hall; M. Zaider
Carcinogenesis   9(5) 747-750   1988   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Taniguchi S., Hirabayashi Y., Inoue T., Kanisawa M. Komatsu K. and Mori K. J., J ・,
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA.90:4354-4358.      1993   [Refereed]
H. Imai; H. Nakagama; K. Komatsu; T. Shiraishi; H. Fukuda; T. Sugimura; M. Nagao
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America   94(20) 10817-10820   Sep 1997   [Refereed]
NBS 1 and two-step binding mechanism for DNA erpair and chekcpoint
Komatsu K.
The 19th Int. RBC Symposium, 2002 November, Kyoto      2002   [Refereed]
NBS 1 is involved in recognition of DNA damage and initiation of homologous \nrecombination
小松賢志
日本遺伝学会第74回大会、2002 年10 月、福岡市      2002   [Refereed]
NBS 1 and Two step Binding Mechanism for Homologous Recombination and Checkpoint Control
小松賢志
第1回日米DNA修復会議、2002 年10 月、仙台市      2002   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Acquired radioresistance of human tumor cells by DNA-PK/AKT/GSK3beta-mediated cyclin D1 overexpression. 
Shimura T., Kakuda S., Ochiai Y ., Nakagawa H.,Kuwahara Y., Takai Y., Kobayashi J., Komatsu K.,Fukumoto M. (Part:Joint Work)
Oncogene, in press,2010   2010   

Research Grants & Projects

 
The underlying Mechanisms for Radiation Sensitivity