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  KABURAGI Tomoko   Faculty of Sports and Health Science Department of Health Science(Graduate School of Sports and Health Science Sports and Health Science)   Professor
■ Present specialized field
  Low-carbohydrate diet, Environmental physiology(including physical medicine andnutritional physiology), Applied health science, Adipocytokine, Eating habits, secretory-IgA, Applied health science 
■ Academic background
1. 1993/04~1997/03 Japan Women's University Faculty of Home Economics Graduated
2. 1997/04~1999/03 Japan Women's University Graduate School, Division of Home Economics〔Master degree program〕 Completed
3. 1999/04~2001/03 Japan Women's University Graduate School, Division of Human Living〔Doctoral course〕 Unfinished course
4. 2009/02/23
Degree Acquisition
Japan Women's University
■ Business career
1. 2014/04~ Daito Bunka University Department of Health Science, Faculty of Sports and Health Sciences Associate Professor
2. 2015/04~2019/03 RIKEN Advanced Science Institute Disease Glycomics Team
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Low-Carbohydrate Diet Inhibits Different Advanced Glycation End Products in Kidney Depending on Lipid Composition but Causes Adverse Morphological Changes in a Non-Obese Model Mice.  (Collaboration)  2019/11
2. Paper Inhibitory role of alpha2,6-sialylation in adipogenesis.  (Collaboration)  2017/01
3. Paper Different effects on hepatic lipid metabolism of low carbohydrate diet on obese and non-obese mice  (Collaboration)  2017/05
4. Paper The effects of moderate exercise on secretory IgA production in mice depends on dietary carbohydrate intake  (Collaboration)  2015/07
5. Paper Nutritional status is strongly correlated with grip strength and depression in community-living elderly Japanese  (Collaboration)  2011/05
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2019/05/18 The effect of low carbohydrate diet intake on skin photoaging in hairless mice
2. 2017/11/17 Inhibitory Role of a2,6-Sialylation in Adipogenesis (RIKEN international symposium: Systems Glycobiology and Beyond)
3. 2015/08/26 Proteomic analysis of rat saliva proteins for restraint stress biomarkers (The 25th Meeting of International Society For Neurochemistry)
4. 2015/05/16 Low carbohydrate diet effects on the metabolic regulation system in obese and non-obese mice. (the 12th Asian Congress of Nutrition)
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