Satoshi Kida

Tokyo University of Agriculture, Setagaya-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
Learning AND Memory
"Satoshi Kida"
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Sakayori N, Kato S, Sugawara M, et al. (2019) Motor skills mediated through cerebellothalamic tracts projecting to the central lateral nucleus. Molecular Brain. 12: 13
Nagayoshi T, Isoda K, Mamiya N, et al. (2017) Hippocampal calpain is required for the consolidation and reconsolidation but not extinction of contextual fear memory. Molecular Brain. 10: 61
Tanimizu T, Kenney JW, Okano E, et al. (2017) Functional connectivity of multiple brain regions required for the consolidation of social recognition memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Serita T, Fukushima H, Kida S. (2017) Constitutive activation of CREB in mice enhances temporal association learning and increases hippocampal CA1 neuronal spine density and complexity. Scientific Reports. 7: 42528
Ishikawa R, Fukushima H, Frankland PW, et al. (2016) Hippocampal neurogenesis enhancers promote forgetting of remote fear memory after hippocampal reactivation by retrieval. Elife. 5
Yu Z, Fukushima H, Ono C, et al. (2016) Microglial production of TNF-alpha is a key element of sustained fear memory. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Inaba H, Tsukagoshi A, Kida S. (2015) PARP-1 activity is required for the reconsolidation and extinction of contextual fear memory. Molecular Brain. 8: 63
Kida S, Sawa A, Ikeda K. (2015) Elucidating mechanisms for mental disorders: from specific molecules to pathology. Current Molecular Medicine. 15: 191-2
Sawa A, Kida S, Ikeda K. (2015) Microphenotypes of mental disorders: a systematic approach to study disease mechanisms. Current Molecular Medicine. 15: 109-10
Kida S, Kato T. (2015) Microendophenotypes of psychiatric disorders: phenotypes of psychiatric disorders at the level of molecular dynamics, synapses, neurons, and neural circuits. Current Molecular Medicine. 15: 111-8
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