MOMOSE-SATO Yoko

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Name
MOMOSE-SATO Yoko
URL
http://www.geocities.co.jp/CollegeLife-Club/6432/
Affiliation
Kanto Gakuin University
Section
College of Human and Environmental Studies, Department of Health and Nutrition
Job title
Senior assistant professor
Degree
-(Tokyo Medical and Dental University)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1993
Graduate School, Division of Medicine, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
 
 
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1989
School of Medicine, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
 

Misc

 
For new data, please visit our home page (http://square.umin.ac.jp/optical/).
Optical determination of impulse conduction velocity during development of embryonic chick cervical vagus nerve bundles. (共著)
Journal of Physiology(London)   439,361-381    1991
Optical detection of postsynaptic potentials evoked by vagal stimulation in the early embryonic chick brain stem slice. (共著)
Journal of Physiology(London)   442,631-648    1991
Optical mapping of the early development of the response pattern to vagal stimulation in embryonic chick brain stem. (共著)
Journal of Physiology(London)   442,649-668    1991
Optical monitoring of cholinergic postsynaptic potential in the embryonic chick ciliary ganglion using a voltage-sensitive dye. (共著)
Biomedical Research   12(Supplement2) 139-140   1991

Books etc

 
Optical monitoring of postsynaptic potential in the early embryonic avian brain stem using a voltage-sensitive dye. In "Fluorescence Spectroscopy : new methods and applications", ed. Wolfbeis O. S. (共著)
Springer-Verlag   1992   
A novel GABA response identified optically in the nucleus of the tractus solitarius of the chick embryo. In "GABA:Receptors, Transporters and Metabolism (Advances in Pharmacological Sciences)", eds. Tanaka C.and Bowery N. G. (共著)
Birkhauser, Basel,   1996   
Optical mapping of neural responses in the embryonic rat brainstem : early functional organization of vagal nuclei. In "Neural Development", eds. Uyemura K., Kawamura K. and Yazaki T., (Jointly worked)
Springer-Verlag   1999   
Application of voltage-sensitive dyes to the embryonic central nervous system.
Recent Research Developments in Membrane Biology. Eds. Fagan, J., Davidson, J., N. & Shimizu, N. Research Signpost, Kerara   2002   
Functional mapping of neural activity in the embryonic avian visual system: optical recording with a voltage-sensitive dye.
Keio University International Symposia for Life Sciences and Medicine Vol. 11, The Neural Basis of Early Vision. Ed. Kaneko, A. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo.   2003   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Optical studies of early embryonic organization of neural functions using voltage-sensitive dyes.