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Edashige Keisuke

エダシゲ ケイスケ | Edashige Keisuke
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (2): Veterinary medicine ,  Animal production science
Research keywords  (4): 応用動物科学 ,  基礎畜産学 ,  Applied Animal Science ,  Basic Animal Science
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (27):
  • 2023 - 2026 Fundamental Studies on anhydrobiosis of mammalian cells
  • 2022 - 2024 高浸透圧傷害克服による魚類と両生類の卵子の凍結保存
  • 2018 - 2023 Preservation of mammalian genetic resources and study for the developmental mechanism using freeze-dried cells
  • 2020 - 2022 Trial for cryopreservation of fish oocytes
  • 2014 - 2019 The qualitative validation in the unique wild rodents origin bio-resource such as genus Apodemus, which contains Japanese endemic and European common species
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Papers (77):
  • Juan Qiu, Kazutsugu Matsukawa, Keisuke Edashige. Equilibrium vitrification of oocytes using low concentrations of cryoprotectants. Cryobiology. 2023. 113. 104586-104586
  • Yodo Sugishita, Lingbo Meng, Yuki Suzuki-Takahashi, Sandy Nishimura, Sayako Furuyama, Atsushi Uekawa, Akiko Tozawa-Ono, Junko Migitaka-Igarashi, Tomoe Koizumi, Hibiki Seino, et al. Quantification of residual cryoprotectants and cytotoxicity in thawed bovine ovarian tissues after slow freezing or vitrification. Human reproduction (Oxford, England). 2021. 37. 3. 522-533
  • Juan Qiu, Ayumi Hasegawa, Keiji Mochida, Atsuo Ogura, Chihiro Koshimoto, Kazutsugu Matsukawa, Keisuke Edashige. Equilibrium vitrification of mouse embryos using low concentrations of cryoprotectants. Cryobiology. 2021. 98. 127-133
  • Juan QIU, Kazutsugu MATSUKAWA, Chihiro KOSHIMOTO, Keisuke EDASHIGE. Equilibrium vitrification of mouse embryos at various developmental stages using low concentrations of cryoprotectants. Journal of Reproduction and Development. 2021. 67. 2. 109-114
  • Keisuke Edashige. Permeability of the plasma membrane to water and cryoprotectants in mammalian oocytes and embryos: Its relevance to vitrification. Reproductive Medicine and Biology. 2017. 16. 1. 36-39
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MISC (24):
  • Keisuke Edashige, Natsu Mori, Nanako Yoshino, Shinsuke Seki, Chihiro Koshimoto, Kazutsugu Matsukawa. Mechanism of immature pig oocyte injury at a low temperature. Cryobiology. 2019. 91. 162-162
  • 松川和嗣, 横山輝智香, 及川俊徳, 緒方和子, 武田久美子, 枝重圭祐. 液体窒素を使用しない凍結乾燥精子を用いたウシ体外受精胚作出の試み. 日本畜産学会大会講演要旨. 2019. 126th. 101-101
  • 岡村 早穂, 本郷 新, 田村 慎之介, 赤木 悟史, 竹中 由布, 樋口 琢磨, 坂本 修士, 枝重 圭祐, 井上 梓, 松川 和嗣. ウシ凍結乾燥体細胞を用いて作出した核移植胚におけるヒストンH3のメチル化および遺伝子発現解析. The Journal of Reproduction and Development. 2019. 65. Suppl. j143-j143
  • Keisuke Edashige. The movement of water and cryo-protectants in mammalian oocytes and embryos: membrane permeability and aquaporins. Cryobiology. 2018. 85. 126-126
  • Keisuke Edashige, Yuki Iwahara, Shota Nariai, Yuko Nishiya, Mizuho Kitayama, Saori Niimi, Shinsuke Seki, Chihiro Koshimoto, Kazutsugu Matsukawa, Magosaburo Kasai. Coldsensitive ion channels are involved in chilling injury of pig oocytes. Cryobiology. 2016. 73. 430-431
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Lectures and oral presentations  (12):
  • マウス卵子の透明帯の耐凍剤透過特性
    (第115回 日本繁殖生物学会大会 2022)
  • ゼブラフィッシュ未成熟卵子の低温傷害のメカニズム
    (第114回 日本繁殖生物学会大会 2021)
  • Equilibrium vitrification of mouse oocytes using lower concentrations of cryoprotectants
    (the 58th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology 2021)
  • Equilibrium Vitrification of;cell mouse embryos using low concentrations of cryoprotectants
    (Yuan Qiu, Keisuke Edashige 2020)
  • Mechanism of chilling injury in pig oocytes
    (57th Annual Meeting of the Society for Cryobiology 2020)
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Professional career (2):
  • Ph. D (Kyoto University)
  • Ph. D (*Kochi Medical School*)
Association Membership(s) (9):
The Society for Cryobiology ,  The Society for the Study of Reproduction ,  日本繁殖生物学会 ,  基礎生殖免疫学会 ,  日本実験動物学会 ,  日本畜産学会 ,  日本生化学会 ,  The Society for Cryobiology ,  The Society for the Study of Reproduction
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