School personnel information

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TOMINAGA Keiko


Keyword

neuroscience

Gender

Female

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  • 1996.04.01 - 2002.03.31, Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science, Research Assistant

  • 2002.04.01 - 2007.03.31, Department of Frontier Biosciences, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Associate Professor

  • 2007.04.01 - , Department of Frontier Biosciences, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Associate Professor

  • 2002.04.01 - , Department of Biological Sciences, Graduate School of Science

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Kyushu University Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science  Graduated 1988.03
Kyushu University Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences  Completed 1990.03
Kyushu University Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences  Completed 1993.03

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  • Basic brain sciences-related, Neuroscience-general-related

  • Basic brain sciences-related

 

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  • Dendritic spine dynamics in synaptogenesis after repeated LTP inductions: Dependence on pre-existing spine density, Yuki Oe, Keiko Tominaga-Yoshino, Sho Hasegawa, Akihiko Ogura, Scientific Reports,3:1957, 2013.06, Papers

  • Analysis of gene expression changes associated with long-lasting synaptic enhancement in hippocampal slice cultures after repetitive exposures to glutamate., Kawaai, K., Tominaga-Yoshino, K., Urakubo, T., Taniguchi-Ishigaki, N., Kondoh, Y., Tashiro, H., Ogura, A. & Tashiro, T., J Neurosci. Res.,88, 2911-2922, 2010.06, Papers

  • Repetitive induction of late-phase LTP produces long-lasting synaptic enhancement accompanied by synaptogenesis in cultured hippocampal slices., Keiko Tominaga-Yoshino, Tomoyoshi Urakubo, Masayoshi Okada, Hiroko Matsuda, Akihiko Ogura, Hippocampus,18:281-293, 2008.03, Papers

  • Reproducing brain's long-lasting memory in vitro, Keiko Tominaga-Yoshino, 2005.07, Review Papers(In Japanese)

  • Repetitive Activation of Protein Kinase A induced Slow and Persistent Potentiation Associated with Synaptogenesis in Cultured Hippocampus., K.Tominaga-Yoshino, S.Kondo, S.Tamotsu, A.Ogura, Neuroscience Research, 44, 4, 357-367,44, 4, 357-367, 2002.12, Papers

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  • Special, Cell Biology of Memory, Akihiko Ogura, Keiko Tominaga, Asakura Shoten Co. Ltd., 2011.02

  • Special, Culture of mammalian organs and tissues, In Methods in Molecular Biology "Circadian rhythm" pp481-492,Rosato, Ezio (ed)., K. Tominaga-Yoshino, T. Ueyama and H. Okamura, Humana Press, 2007.01

  • Special, Evolution of Circadian Clock. Neuropeptides Involved in the Regulation of Circadian Function in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus., SIT.Inouye, K.Tominaga, Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, 1994.04

  • Special, New Functional Aspects of the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus of the Hypothalamus. Chapter22:Circadian Rhythms in Peptides and their Precursor Messenger RNAs in the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus., SIT.Inouye, K.Shinohara, K.Tominaga, J.Takeuchi, H.Nagasaki, Y.Isobe, C.Fukuhara, Y.Otori, J.Yang, FRA.Cagampang, S.Yamazaki, A.Tokumasu, John Libbey, London, 1993.12

  • Special, New Functional Aspects of the Suprachiasmatic Nucleus of the Hypothalamus. Chapter20:Role of 5-HT1A Receptor Mechanism in the Circadian Systems: Assessment by Wheel-Running Behavior, and 2-Deoxyglucose Uptake and Firing Discharge in the Rodent Suprachiasmatic Nuclei., S.Shibata, K.Tominaga, T.Hamada, S.Tsuneyoshi, S.Watanabe, John Libbey, London, 1993.12

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