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J-GLOBAL ID:200901002907246079   Update date: Sep. 01, 2020

Nagasawa Kazuki

ナガサワカズキ | Nagasawa Kazuki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (2): Pharmacology ,  Pharmaceuticals - health and biochemistry
Research keywords  (3): Nutritional chemistry ,  神経科学 ,  Neuroscience
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2007 - Maintenance of brain homeositasis via nulceotide/nucleoside
  • 2003 - Role of Channels/Transporters in Brain Homeostasis: It's Functional Alteration by Oxidative Stress
Papers (10):
MISC (6):
Books (2):
  • Alteration of phospholipase C isozymes in the brain through oxidative stress. In Pathophysiological and Biochemical Analyses of “Life-Style Related or Intractable Diseases”-Target Validation for Drug Therapy.
    Research Signpost 2006
  • Alteration of phospholipase C isozymes in the brain through oxidative stress. In Pathophysiological and Biochemical Analyses of “Life-Style Related or Intractable Diseases”-Target Validation for Drug Therapy.
    Research Signpost 2006
Works (4):
  • Studies on Interactions between Traditional Herbal and Western Medichines (]G0003[). Effects of Sho-seiryu-to(Tin Chuan Tang)on the Pharmacokinetics of Phenytoin in Rats
    2000 -
  • Development and Evaluation of Propentofylline Suppositories : In Vitro Release, Stability and Rectal Absorption Characteristics of Suppositories(共著)
    1995 -
  • Development and Evaluation of Propentofylline Suppositories : In Vitro Release, Stability and Rectal Absorption Characteristics of Suppositories(共著)
    1993 -
  • Enhancing Effect of an Acetone Extract of Zingiberis Rhizoma on Rectal Absorption of Mefenamic Acid in Rats
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Pharmaceutical Science
Association Membership(s) (6):
THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF TASTE AND SMELL ,  Society for Neuroscience ,  日本神経化学会 ,  日本生化学会 ,  日本医療薬学会 ,  日本薬学会
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