KUWAHARA Atsukazu

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Name
KUWAHARA Atsukazu
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan University
Section
Research Organization of Science and Technology
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(The University of Tokyo), (BLANK)(The University of Tokyo)

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2002
   
 
- University of Shizooka, Professor
 
1988
 - 
1996
Natl. Insf. for Physiol. Sci., Assistant Professor
 
1996
   
 
- University of Shizooka, Associate Professor
 
1994
   
 
Hannover Medical School, Lower Saxony Institute for Peptide Research
 
1985
 - 
1988
Ohio State Univ. College of Medicine Pest-doctoral fellow
 
1981
 - 
1988
Iwate University, Assistant Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1981
Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1976
Faculty of Agriculture, Kagoshima University
 

Published Papers

 
Regulation of ion transport in the intestine by free fatty acid receptor 2 and 3: Possible involvement of the diffuse chemosensory system
KUWAHARA Atsukazu
Int. J. Mol. Sci.,   19(3) Pii: E735.   Mar 2018   [Refereed][Invited]
KUWAHARA Atsukazu
Neurogastroenterol. Motil.   30 e13157   2018   [Refereed]
Xenin augments duodenal anion secretion via activation of afferent neural pathways.
KUWAHARA Atsukazu
J. Pharmacol. Exp. Ther.,   361(1) 151-161   2017   [Refereed]
KUWAHARA Atsukazu
Gen. Comp. Endocrinol.   248 69-78   2017   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Substance P-evoked cl- secretion in guinen pig distal colomic epithelia in teruction with PG E2
American Journal of Physiology   283 G347-G356   2002
Neutogastroenterology & Motility   13 605-613   2001
Molecular cloning of Guinea pig angiotensin type 1 receptor
Biological Signals and Receptors   9 231-239   2000
Mode of action of angiotensin II on chloride secretion in guinea-pig distal colon
American Journal of Physiology   278 g625-G634   2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Neural Regulation of GI functions
Neural reflex pathways in the enteric nervous system
Pathophysiology of inflammation in the GI tract.
Regulation of gastrointestinal functions