Toshihide Yamashita, M.D., Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Molecular Neuroscience Osaka University, Toyonaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu, Japan 
Area:
regeneration of the central nervous system
Website:
http://www.med.osaka-u.ac.jp/pub/molneu/message_e.html
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Yamanaka H, Takata Y, Nakagawa H, et al. (2021) An enhanced therapeutic effect of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation combined with antibody treatment in a primate model of spinal cord injury. Plos One. 16: e0252023
Parajuli G, Tekguc M, Wing JB, et al. (2021) Arid5a promotes immune evasion by augmenting tryptophan metabolism and chemokine expression. Cancer Immunology Research
Honjo Y, Fujita Y, Niwa H, et al. (2021) Increased expression of Netrin-4 is associated with allodynia in a trigeminal neuropathic pain model rats by infraorbital nerve injury. Plos One. 16: e0251013
Fatoba O, Itokazu T, Yamashita T. (2021) Complement cascade functions during brain development and neurodegeneration. The Febs Journal
Oda W, Fujita Y, Baba K, et al. (2021) Inhibition of repulsive guidance molecule-a protects dopaminergic neurons in a mouse model of Parkinson's disease. Cell Death & Disease. 12: 181
Fujita Y, Yamashita T. (2021) Neuroprotective function of microglia in the developing brain. Neuronal Signaling. 5: NS20200024
Fujita Y, Yamashita T. (2021) Mechanisms and significance of microglia-axon interactions in physiological and pathophysiological conditions. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences : Cmls
Fujita Y, Yamashita T. (2020) Alterations in Chromatin Structure and Function in the Microglia. Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology. 8: 626541
Fujita Y, Yamashita T. (2020) Protocol for Co-culture of Microglia with Axons. Star Protocols. 1: 100111
Matoba K, Yamashita S, Isaksen TJ, et al. (2020) Proton-sensing receptor GPR132 facilitates migration of astrocytes. Neuroscience Research
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