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Akimichi Kaneko

Affiliations: 
School of Health Science Kio University 
Area:
retinal neurophysiology
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Hirasawa H, Yamada M, Kaneko A. (2012) Acidification of the synaptic cleft of cone photoreceptor terminal controls the amount of transmitter release, thereby forming the receptive field surround in the vertebrate retina. The Journal of Physiological Sciences : Jps. 62: 359-75
Yamamoto K, Jouhou H, Iwasaki M, et al. (2008) Strongly pH-buffered ringer's solution expands the receptive field size of horizontal cells in the carp retina. Zoological Science. 25: 419-27
Jouhou H, Yamamoto K, Homma A, et al. (2007) Depolarization of isolated horizontal cells of fish acidifies their immediate surrounding by activating V-ATPase. The Journal of Physiology. 585: 401-12
Sasaki T, Kaneko A. (2007) Elevation of intracellular ca(2+) concentration induced by hypoxia in retinal ganglion cells. Japanese Journal of Ophthalmology. 51: 175-80
Koizumi A, Hayashida Y, Kiuchi T, et al. (2005) The interdependence and independence of amacrine cell dendrites: patch-clamp recordings and simulation studies on cultured GABAergic amacrine cells. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience. 4: 363-80
Azuma T, Enoki R, Iwamuro K, et al. (2004) Multiple spatiotemporal patterns of dendritic Ca2+ signals in goldfish retinal amacrine cells. Brain Research. 1023: 64-73
Hirasawa H, Kaneko A. (2003) pH changes in the invaginating synaptic cleft mediate feedback from horizontal cells to cone photoreceptors by modulating Ca2+ channels. The Journal of General Physiology. 122: 657-71
Yamada Y, Koizumi A, Iwasaki E, et al. (2002) Propagation of action potentials from the soma to individual dendrite of cultured rat amacrine cells is regulated by local GABA input. Journal of Neurophysiology. 87: 2858-66
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