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Inversed Effects of Nav1.2 Deficiency at Medial Prefrontal Cortex and Ventral Tegmental Area for Prepulse Inhibition in Acoustic Startle Response. Mol. Neurobiol.(2023)
Scn1a-GFP transgenic mouse revealed Nav1.1 expression in neocortical pyramidal tract projection neurons. eLife. 12:e87495 (2023)
Ms. Chihiro Kurematsu (Sawamoto Lab) won the Best Presentation Award at the Basic Medical Scientist Training Initiative 2023 National Retreat!
Mr. Ryohei Uenisi (Saito Lab) won the Best Student Presentation Award at the 143rd Annual Meeting of Pharmaceutical Society of Japan (Sapporo).
We held NCU Life Science/IBS Joint Retreat at the pharmaceutical campus in Nagoya City University. Ms.Yuki Takamura (Nomura Lab) won Best Award!
N-cadherin-bound supramolecule promotes neuronal regeneration in injured brain. Published in Biomaterials 294, 122003 (2023).
Prof. Takashi Saito has been selected as “Highly Cited Researchers” for 2022 by Clarivate.
Pathophysiological conditions induced by SARS-CoV-2 infection reduce lung ACE2 expression. Published in Front Immunol.
Temporal lobe epilepsy pathology through a facilitation of excitatory transmission from entorhinal cortex to hippocampus. Published in Scientific Reports.
Uncovering how histamine modulates neuronal activity. Published in Scientific Reports.
Discovery of an ‘Eat-Me’ signal involved in synaptic pruning and maturation of new neurons in the adult brain. Published in Journal of Experimental Medicine.
Development of a novel mouse model showing idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. Published in Life Science Alliance.
Dr. Kazuma Fujikake & Dr. Mami Matsumoto (Sawamoto Lab) won the award for young investigator at 2021 Nagoya City University Medical Society Meeting.
Prof. Takashi Saito received an award for “International Joint Paper Plus One Campaign” as part of the Nagoya City University Paper Award 2021.
Ms. Mami Matsumoto (Sawamoto Lab) wins Young Dojo Best Presentation Award at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry.
Ms. Chihiro Kurematsu (Sawamoto Lab) wins Young Dojo Best Presentation Award at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry.
Discovery of a novel gene region involved in the development of epilepsy in Japanese people
Discovery of a novel gene responsible for developmental disorders associated with triangular cranium
Gene therapy for Dravet syndrome model mice showing developmental disorders and severe epilepsy