Masao Tachibana

University of Tokyo, Bunkyō-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
Retina, Visual information processing, Synaptic transmission
"Masao Tachibana"
Mean distance: 12.48 (cluster 6)


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Torsten Wiesel research scientist 1979-1981 Harvard


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Katsunori Kobayashi grad student The University of Tokyo
Takashi Okada grad student 1986-1995 University of Tokyo
Takeshi Sakaba grad student 1994-1998 University of Tokyo
Hiroshi Ishikane grad student 1995-2000 University of Tokyo
Ko Matsui grad student 1996-2001 University of Tokyo
Ken Berglund grad student 1997-2002 University of Tokyo
Mitsuharu Midorikawa grad student 2001-2007 University of Tokyo
Masashi Tanaka grad student 2008-2013 University of Tokyo
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Matsutmoto A, Tachibana M. (2019) Global Jitter Motion of the Retinal Image Dynamically Alters the Receptive Field Properties of Retinal Ganglion Cells. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 13: 979
Takeuchi H, Horie S, Moritoh S, et al. (2018) Different Activity Patterns in Retinal Ganglion Cells of TRPM1 and mGluR6 Knockout Mice. Biomed Research International. 2018: 2963232
Chaya T, Matsumoto A, Sugita Y, et al. (2017) Versatile functional roles of horizontal cells in the retinal circuit. Scientific Reports. 7: 5540
Tanaka M, Tachibana M. (2013) Independent control of reciprocal and lateral inhibition at the axon terminal of retinal bipolar cells. The Journal of Physiology. 591: 3833-51
Tanaka M, Tachibana M. (2011) Local and global inhibition at the axon terminal of goldfish retinal bipolar cells Neuroscience Research. 71: e68
Tachibana M, Arai I, Tanaka M. (2011) Lateral inhibition through electrically-coupled bipolar-cell network in the retina Neuroscience Research. 71: e13
Arai I, Tanaka M, Tachibana M. (2010) Active roles of electrically coupled bipolar cell network in the adult retina. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 9260-70
Koike C, Obara T, Uriu Y, et al. (2010) TRPM1 is a component of the retinal ON bipolar cell transduction channel in the mGluR6 cascade. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 107: 332-7
Ishikane H, Gangi M, Honda S, et al. (2010) Visual information coding by synchronized oscillations Journal of Vision. 6: 63-63
Tachibana M, Kiyokawa E, Hara S, et al. (2009) Ankyrin repeat domain 28 (ANKRD28), a novel binding partner of DOCK180, promotes cell migration by regulating focal adhesion formation. Experimental Cell Research. 315: 863-76
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