ATOMI Yoriko

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Name
ATOMI Yoriko
E-mail
atomibio.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Affiliation
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Section
Graduate School of Engineering Department of Applied Chemistry
Job title
Professor Emeritus(describe the name of university in title)
Degree
-
Other affiliation
Radioisotope Center The University of Tokyo
Research funding number
90125972

Profile

1980.10 PhD(Doctor of Education)
1994.4 The University of Tokyo,Graduate School of Arts&Science, Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2010
 - 
2011
The University of Tokyo
 

Education

 
 
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1979
Graduate School, Division of Education, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1967
Faculty of Education, Ochanomizu University
 

Published Papers

 
Oguro A, Kubota H, Ishiura S, Shimizu M and Atomi Y
Neurosci Lett   503(3) 234-239   Oct 2011   [Refereed]
Huntington disease (HD) is caused by the expansion of polyglutamine (polyQ) repeats in the amino-terminal of hungtintin (htt). PolyQ-expanded htt forms intracellular ubiquitinated aggregates in neurons and causes neuronal cell death. Here, utilizi...
Ohto-Fujita E, Konno T, Shimizu M, Kazuhiko, Ishihara K, Sugitate T, Miyake J, Yoshimura K, Taniwaki K, Sakurai T, Hasebe Y, Atomi Y.
Cell Tissue Res   345(1) 177-190   Jul 2011   [Refereed]
We have found that a water-soluble alkaline-digested form of eggshell membrane (ASESM) can provide an extracellular matrix (ECM) environment for human dermal fibroblast cells (HDF) in vitro. Avian eggshell membrane (ESM) has a fibrous-meshwork str...

Misc

 
Yasumitsu NAGAO, Yoshikazu TOTSUKA, Yoriko ATOMI, Hiromichi YONEKAWA, Hiroshi IMAI
Journal Reproduction and Development   44(2) 129-134   1998
Yasumitsu Nagao, Yoshikazu Totsuka, Yoriko Atomi, Hideki Kaneda, Kirsten Fischer Lindahl, Hiroshi Imai, Hiromichi Yonekawa
Genes Genet. Syst.   73(1) 21-27   1998
Hideaki Arai, Yoriko Atomi
Cell Structure and Function   22(5) 539-544   1997
Cellular Function of αB-Crystallin-Chaperone Effect for Tubulin/Microtubule. (共著)
Advances in Exercise and Sports Physiology   4 117   1999
Sense and antisense αB-crystallin expression in L6 myoblasts and C6 glioma cells results in different cell motility dependent on MT/Actin stability. (共著)
Mol. Biol. Cell.   10 381A   1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2005 - 2007    Investigator(s): Kikuko YOKOZAWA
The purpose of this study was to analyze the promotional effects of physical educational (P.E.) program in university, and to clarify the characteristics of the courses on exercise, sports and health science with evidence. Methods :The first year ...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 2005 - 2006    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
The principle of "tailor-made and measurable physical exercise program' has been studied from dual protein fiber structures of the cytoskeleton and extracellular matrix (ECM), and their molecular chaperone (stress proteins) for main tissues creati...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 2003 - 2004    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
In this study, we examined the effect of lactate threshold (LT) exercise (running) (LT-run) on mental and physical health using mice and human. First, we designed to develop a measuring system for the respiratory gas exchange of running mice and t...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 2000 - 2001    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
In the present study new methods to study the effect of stress protein on adaptability and were developed and three different results were obtained. 1) In the hindlimb suspension model, cytoskeletal protein, tubulin also decreased as well as αB-cr...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 1998 - 1999    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
In this study, 1) the effects of running exercise on the expression of stress protein, and 2) the effects of hindlimb suspension on the cytoskeleton tubulin/microtubule system which is the substrate for stress protein, were examined. 1) The stress...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B))
Project Year: 1996 - 1997    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
The physiological and biochemical evaluation of the physical exercise is not clear. Physical exercises induces various stimuli depending on exercise intensity and duration. Recently stress protein, which is induced by the various stress, is well s...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(試験研究(B), 基盤研究(A))
Project Year: 1995 - 1996    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
Classical laboratory mouse has been playd a important role on sports science. Although the advantage is to be able to control the genetic backgrounds, the genetic backgrounds of the mouse are very small and the behavioral charactors are domestic a...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(一般研究(B))
Project Year: 1992 - 1993    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
The sequence of alphaB-crystallin has striking similarity to the suquence of small heat shock proteins (HSPs#) and increasing evidence indicates that it has also functional similarities with the small HSPs. The expression of alphaB-crystallin is i...
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(一般研究(B))
Project Year: 1989 - 1990    Investigator(s): Yoriko ATOMI
Abstract Atrophy of rat soleus muscles is characterized by an early dramatic decrease in a 22-kDa protein. This protein is found in the soluble compartment of muscle and in the myofibrillar Z-band. The 22-kDa protein shows a 95% sequence homology ...
Study on stress protein, mechanical stimuli and physical exercise