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Staff of Course of Life Sciences

DOKYU, Noriyuki Professor

Application of organic solvent tolerant bacteria and enzymes.

E-Mail dokyu[at]toyo.jp
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FUJIMURA, Makoto Professor

Mode of action of fungicides and new targets discovery for fungicide design using fungal genomics and chemical genetics.
Development of PCR-based methods for detection and quantification of plant pathogens.
Gene regulation in response to stress and during fungal differentiation.

E-Mail mfujimura[at]toyo.jp
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HASEGAWA, Teruaki Professor

Design, synthesis, and functional analysis of artificial glycoconjugate materials with amplified affinities towards carbohydrate-binding proteins (lectins)
E-Mail t-hasegawa[at]toyo.jp
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HIGASHIBATA, Hiroki Associate Professor

Studies on thermoadaptation mechanism of biomolecules from hyperthermophilic microorganisms.
E-Mail higashibata[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://researchmap.jp/higashibata/?lang=english

HIROTSU, Naoki Professor

Physiological analysis of photosynthesis. Genetic improvement of grain production in rice.

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hirotsu[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://researchmap.jp/hirotsunaoki

ICHIISHI, Akihiko Professor

Understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying DNA repair and its regulation in filamentous fungi.
E-Mail akihiko[at]toyo.jp
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ITO, Masahiro Professor

Basic science and application for alkaliphilic microorganisms
E-Mail Masahiro.ito[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://www2.toyo.ac.jp/~ito1107/

KAMIJO, Kenichi Professor

Statistical Quality Control, Complex System,Chaos and Fractals
E-Mail kamijo[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://www2.toyo.ac.jp/~kamijo/

KASHIWADA, Shosaku Professor

Fish Aquatic Eco-Toxicology, Environmental Chemistry, Nanotoxicology、and Molecular Eco-Toxicology.

I have been investigating ecological impacts of environmental pollutants in aquatic ecosystem using knowledge of biology, pharmacology, medical sciences, ecology, and chemistry for at least two decades. My research’s final goal is to elucidate and/or find out any anthropogenetic implication on ecological evolution by environmental pollution, indeed to contribute to environmental conservation from human activity.

E-Mail kashiwada[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://www.aqua-env.org/Research/Medaka/

KAWAGUCHI, Hideo Professor

Behavioral Neuroscience:

・Correlation between behavior and social relationship
・Correlation between handwriting and mental health

E-Mail hkawaguchi[at]toyo.jp
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KOJIMA, Nobuhiko Professor

Mechanisms underlying synaptic plasticity and learning & memory:From molecules to animal behavior
E-Mail kojima033[at]toyo.jp
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MIURA, Takeshi Associate Professor

Isolation of new microorganisms with useful functions
E-Mail t-3ura[at]toyo.jp
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NAGASAKA, Seiji Professor

Analysis of iron uptake and translocation mechanism in graminaceous plants using molecular and morphological biology.
E-Mail nagasaka[at]toyo.jp
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NARUMI, Issay  Professor

Radiation Microbiology:
(1) DNA repair mechanisms of radioresistant bacteria
(2) Microbial mutation breeding using quantum beam
E-Mail narumi[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://www2.toyo.ac.jp/~narumi/index_en.html
http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Issay_Narumi

NEDACHI, Taku Professor

(1) Molecular basis of frontotemporal dementia and related disorders (Especially focus on novel growth factor, progranulin).
(2) Nutrient- and exercise-dependent regulation of skeletal muscle cell function.
E-Mail nedachi@toyo.jp
Homepage http://www2.toyo.ac.jp/~nedachi/top_en.html

OHTANI-KANEKO,  Ritsuko Professor

(1) Biology dealing with animals.
(2) Neurobiology including neurodevelopmental as well as neurodegenerative disorders and sexual differentiation of the brain.
(3) Biological analysis of endocrine disruptors using cultured cells.
E-Mail r-kaneko[at]toyo.jp
Homepage http://www2.toyo.ac.jp/~r-kaneko/
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ritsuko_Ohtani-Kaneko/

SHIMIZU, Bun-ichi Professor

Biochemistry and molecular biology of plant secondary metabolism.
E-Mail bsimz[at]toyo.jp
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TAKEI, Hiroyuki Professor

Optical detection methodologies for biomolecules such as surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy localized surface plasmon resonance sensing, surface-enhanced fluorescence detection. Microfluidic devices for bioanalytical detection.
E-Mail h_takei[at]toyo.jp
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UMEHARA, Mikihisa Professor

Plant physiology: physiological roles and biosynthetic pathway of plant hormones.
E-Mail umehara[at]toyo.jp
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YAMAMOTO, Hirobumi Professor

Pharmacognosy. Natural product chemistry and biochemistry of plant secondary metabolites.
E-Mail yamamoto-h[at]toyo.jp
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