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  OSHIRO Satoru   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
  Cell Biology, Nerve Chemistry/Nerve Pharmacology, General Neuroscience, Molecular Biology, Applied Health Sciences, Sports Science, Food Science, Pathological Medical Chemistry, Applied Biochemistry (Key Word:Neuron, Microglia, Astrocyte, Cell death, Neurodegeneration, Fatigue, Stress) 
■ Main Subject
Biochemisitry, Molecular Biology, Cell Biology
■ Academic background
1. 1976/03~1978/03 Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School, Division of Integrated Science〔Master degree program〕 Completed
2. 1978/03~1982/03 Tokyo Medical and Dental University Graduate School, Division of Medical Science〔Doctoral course〕 Completed Ph D
■ Business career
1. 1982/04~1984/05 Tokyo Medical and Dental University Division of Biochemical Genetics, Medical Research Institute Research associate, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
2. 1984/06~1987/03 Nagasaki University Department of Oral Biochemistry, School of Dentistry Assistant Professor
3. 1987/04~2004/03 Tokyo Medical and Dental University Division of Biochemical Genetics, Medical Research Institute Assistant Professor
4. 1990/03~1991/05 National Institutes of Health Biochemical Genetics, National Institute of Child Health Visiting Scientist
5. 1997/04~2017/03 Tokyo Medical and Dental University
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■ Belonging society
1. 2001/06~ Japanese Society for Neurochemistry
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper The effects of moderate exercise on secretory IgA production in mice depends on dietary carbohydrate intake.  (Collaboration)  2015
2. Paper Dysregulation of Iron Metabolism in Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease, and Amyotrophic Lateral Screlosis  (Collaboration)  2011/10
3. Paper Relation between physical and mental fatigue in urine biomarker, hydorgen peroxide.  (Collaboration)  2011/08
4. Paper Supplemental cellular protection by a carotenoid extends lifespan via Ins/IGF-1 signaling in Caenorhabditis elegans.  (Collaboration)  2011
5. Other Analysis of Stress Proteins under Hypoxia by Proteomics  (Single)  2007/06
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/08/23 Proteomic analysis of rat saliva proteins for stress biomarkers after metal and physical stress loading (International Society for Neurochemisitry)
2. 2015/11/30 Effects of fatty acid overload on cell death in HepG2 cells (The 89th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Biochemical Society)
3. 2015/08/26 Proteomic analysis of rat saliva proteins for restraint stress biomarkers (25TH MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR NEUROCHEMISTRY, 13TH ASIAN-PACIFIC SOCIETY FOR NEUROCHEMISTRY AND 35TH AND AUSTRASIAN NEUROSCIENCE SOCIETY)
4. 2013/09/12 Studies on biomarkers of physical and mental fatigue in rat brain and uirine.
5. 2012/12/16 Effect of icing for a metatarsal fracture with physical force on gene expressions related to osteogenesis and bone resorption during fracture healing using a fracture rat model (The 85th Japanese Biochemical Society)
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■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2005/04~2006/03  Proteomic analysis of hypoxia-induced responses in human rhabdomyosarcoma cell lines 
2. 2013/04~2015/03  Search for stress markers using salivary protome 
■ Department laboratory expense researcher number
  30160485
■ ReaD Researcher code
  1000014686


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