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タカハシ カズミ | TAKAHASHI Kazumi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (3): Neurophysiology/General neuroscience ,  General physiology ,  Environmental physiology (including physical medicine and nutritional physiology)
Research keywords  (2): neuronal mechanisms of sleep-waking cycles ,  single unit recording
Papers (15):
  • Kazuya Sakai, Kazumi Takahashi, Christelle Anaclet and Jian-Sheng Lin. Sleep-waking discharge of ventral tuberomammillary neurons in wild-type and histidine decarboxylase knock-out mice. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. 2010. 4. 1-10
  • K.Takahashi, Y. KAYAMA, J.-S.Lin, K.Sakai. Locus coeruleus neuronal activity during the sleep-waking cycle in mice. Neuroscience. 2010. 169. 1115-1126
  • K.Takahashi, J.-S.Lin, K.Sakai. Characterization and mapping of sleep-waking specific neurons in the basal forebrain and preoptic hypothalamus in mice. Neuroscience. 2009. 161. 269-292
  • K. Takahashi, J.-S. Lin and K. Sakai. Neuronal activity of orexin and non-orexin waking-active neurons during wake-sleep states in the mouse. Neuroscience. 2008. 153. 3. 860-870
  • K Takahashi, J-S Lin, K Sakai. Neuronal activity of histaminergic tuberomammillary neurons during wake-sleep states in the mouse. The Journal of Neuroscience. 2006. 26. 40. 10292-10298
Books (1):
  • Histamine research in the millennium
    その他の出版機関 2001
Lectures and oral presentations  (48):
  • 外背側被蓋核によるレム睡眠中の陰茎勃起の調節
    (第83回日本生理学会大会 2006)
  • 背側縫線核のセロトニンニューロンの活動を調節する神経伝達物質について
    (第29回日本神経科学大会 2006)
  • Waking-specific discharge of histaminergic tuberomamillary neurons in the mouse
    (18th Congress of the European Sleep Research Society 2006)
  • マウスにおけるヒスタミンニューロンの睡眠・覚醒時の活動記録と同定
    (日本睡眠学会第31回定期学術集会 2006)
  • 睡眠中の結節乳頭核ヒスタミンニューロンの活動停止は視索前野の睡眠ニューロンの活動によって引き起こされるのか?
    (第84回日本生理学会大会 2007)
Association Membership(s) (1):
Japanese Society of Sleep Research
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