HIRATA Kazuho

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Name
HIRATA Kazuho
Affiliation
Kyushu University
Section
Faculty of Medical Sciences, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
Job title
Assistant Proffesor
Degree
Master of Agriculture(Kyushu University), Doctor of Medicine(Kyushu University)

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
The occurrence of the cell type containing a specific monoamine in the taste bud of the rabbit's foliate papilla
Histochemistry   43 237-240   1975
A monoamine in the gustatory cell of the frog's taste organ : A fluorescence histochemical and electron microscopic study
Cell Tissue Res.   159 101-108   1975
Specific effect of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine on the monoamine fluorophore of the frog's gustatory cells
Histochemistry   45 121-127   1975
Ultrastructural evidence for the uptake of 5,6-dihydroxytryptamine in the frog's gustatory cell
Amer. J Anat.   144 393-398   1975
Pharmaco-histochemical studies on a specific monoamine in the gustatory epithelia of the rabbit
Histochemistry   50 111-117   1976

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Expression of SDF1 in reactive astrocytes of the rat
Neuroscience 2009   2009   

Works

 
Mechanism of induction of NDRG1 in nervous system
2001 - 2003
Exploitation of therapy using anti-neurotoxin for axonal type of GBS
2004 - 2005
Application of a new class of fluorophores to biological samples
2006

Research Grants & Projects

 
Exploitation of fluorescence SEM and an application of an organic EL fluorescent dye to its biological sample
Project Year: 2005 - 2009
A scanning electron microscope is attempted to combine with fluorescence microscope. In parallel with its set-up an organic EL dye, Fluolid, is applied to the labeling of biological samples using the new instrument.
Mechanism of axonal regeneration of peripheral nerves
Project Year: 1998 - 2005
The cells and molecules involved in axonal regeneration of peripheral nerve are studied using immunohistochemical methods.
Role of glia on adult neurogenesis of olfactory neurons
Project Year: 2006 - 2009
The olfactory receptor neurons in the olfactory epithelium undergo neurogenesis under physiological conditions and in response to lesions. The involvement of the glia in neurogenesis is examined.