KOBAYASHI Hideyuki

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Name
KOBAYASHI Hideyuki
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization School of Madicine,Faculty of Madicine,University of Miyazaki
Job title
Others
Degree
-(Sophia University), -

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1978
 - 
1978
Sophia University, Research Associate
 
1981
 - 
1992
University of Occupotional and
 
 
   
 
Environmental Health,
 
 
   
 
Japan, Research Associate
 
1986
 - 
1988
Case Western Reserve University,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1978
Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering, Sophia University
 
 
 - 
1976
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Sophia University
 

Misc

 
α-Adrenergic receptors in cerebrol microvessels of normotensive and opontaneously hypertensive rats
Circulation Research   56 402-409   1985
Identification of β-adrenergic receptor binding sites in rat brain microvesseles, using [ 1251] iodo-hydroxybeneylpindoeol
Journal of Neurochemistry   36 1383-1388   1981
Neural cell adhesion molecule (NCAM) in aged mouse muscle
Neuroscience   48 237-248   1992
Cell-cell contact modulates expression of cell adhesion molecule L1 in PC12 cells
Neuroscience   49 437-441   1992
Experientia   41(4) 427-434   1985

Books etc

 
Brain catecholamine receptor function during aging
The aging brain-Neurological and mental disturbances   1980   
Modulation of voltage-dependent sodium channel subunit mRNAs and their cell surface expression by extra-and intra-cellular signals
Tha Adrenal Chromaffin Cell Archetype and Exemplas of Cellular Signalling in Secretory Contro 1 Hokkido University Press   1998   
Mitogen-activeated protein kinase, protein kinase C and cyclic AMP-dependent protein kinase differentially regulate the density of cell surface sodium channels.
Control and Diseases of Sodium Dependent Transport Proteins and Ion Channels Elsevier Science   2000   
Multiple intracellular regulatory mechanisms of cell surface expression of sodium channels: therapeutic implications
Cell Biology of the Chromaffin cell   2004   

Works

 
Studies on signal transduction under hyperbaric condition
1996 - 1999
Physiological function of adrenomedullin related peptides
1994

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on receptors for neurotransmitters
Study on neural cell adhesion molecules