School personnel information

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KATAYAMA Taiichi


Keyword

neurochemistry, psychiatric disease, neurodegenerative disease, endoplasmic reticulum, child development

Mail Address

Mail Address

URL

http://www.ugscd.osaka-u.ac.jp/mbs/

Gender

Male

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  • 2001.02.01 - 2005.03.31, Graduate School of Medicine, Research Assistant

  • 2009.04.01 - 2012.06.30, United Graduate School of Child Development, Professor

  • 2012.07.01 - , Department of Child Development, United Graduate School of Child Development, Professor

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  • Function of nervous system-related

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  • The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry

  • Japan Brain Science Society

  • Japanese Society of Biological Psychiatry

  • The Japanese Society for Neuroscience

 

Academic Papers 【 display / non-display

  • TULP3 is required for localization of ciliary membrane proteins, Sarina Han, Ko Miyoshi, Sho Shikada, Genki Amano, Yinshengzhuoma Wang, Takeshi Yoshimura, Yasuomi Ouchi, Taiichi Katayama,The 18th Conference of Peace through Mind / Brain Science, 2020.02, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • Phosphorylation of cytoskeletal proteins in axon initial segments, Takeshi Yoshimura, Matthew Rasband, Taiichi Katayama,the 2019 ISN-ASN Meeting(国際神経化学会大会), 2019.08, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • TULP3 is required for localization of ciliary membrane proteins in hTERT RPE-1 cells, Sarina Han, Ko Miyoshi, Sho Shikada, Genki Amano, Yinshengzhuoma Wang, Takeshi Yoshimura, Yasuomi Ouchi, Taiichi Katayama,NEURO2019(第42回 日本神経科学大会・第62回 日本神経化学会大会), 2019.07, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • G-protein-coupled receptors interaction with β-arrestin affects their localization at the primary cilium, Sho Shikada, Ko Miyoshi, Atsuko Hayata, Takeshi Yoshimura, Sarina Han, Genki Amano, Hironori Takamura, Taiichi Katayama,NEURO2019(第42回 日本神経科学大会・第62回 日本神経化学会大会), 2019.07, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

  • Scyl1 arginine methylation by PRMT1 is essential for neurite outgrowth via Golgi morphogenesis., Genki Amano, Takeshi Yoshimura, Yasutake Mori, Ko Miyoshi, Sarina Han, Sho Shikada, Shinsuke Matsuzaki, Taiichi Katayama,NEURO2019(第42回 日本神経科学大会・第62回 日本神経化学会大会), 2019.07, Conference Report / Oral Presentation

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  • Special, Molecular Mechanism of the Involvement of the Susceptibility Genes, DISC1, PACAP, TRAP1 and Dysbindin in Major Psychiatric Disorders Such as Schizophrenia,Depression and Bipolar Disease, Katayama T, Matsuzaki S, Hattori T, Tohyama M, InTech, ISBN, 978-953-307-745-1, 2011.10

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  • The first prize of Award for Young Investigator of Japanese Society for Neurochemistry for academic achievement, Taiichi Katayama, Japanese Society for Neurochemistry, 2002.07