京都大学放射線生物研究センター

CORE Program

 

2023

No, Research Theme Researcher Institute
1 Mechanisms underlying metabolic regulation in macrophages Takeuchi Osamu Kyoto Univ.
Analysis of effect of knocking out genes involved in the unfolded protein response on growth in nude mice Mori Kazutoshi Kyoto Univ.
Development of Fluorescent Dye for Detection of Cancer Stem Cells Miki Koji Kyoto Univ.
The effect of hypoxia on fatty acid metabolism of breast cancer Masahiro Kawashiam Kyoto Univ.
Studies on DNA damage response and maintenance of genome stability in plants Masaaki Umeda NARA Institute of Science and Technology
6 Analysis of DNA damage response using the human TK6 Cell line Shintaro Yamada Kyoto Univ.
7 Evaluation of the impact of irradiation on tumor budding Nobuaki Takahashi Kyoto Univ.
8 FRET imaging reveals the effect of neutrophil extracellular traps on intracellular signaling activity in colorectal cancer invasion and metastasis Masaoki Kohzaki University of Occupational and Environmental Health
9 Elucidation and overcoming radioresistance mechanisms in a syngeneic mouse model of bladder cancer Yuki Kita Kyoto Univ.
10 Validation of protective effect of naturally derived antioxidants for chronic low-dose radiation exposure Asako Nakamura Ibaraki Univ.
11 Analysis of the radiation resistance of polyploid giant cancer cells using Drosophila melanogaster Yoichiro Tamori Kyoto Univ.
12 Analysis of an individual sensitivity to low dose-rate radiation using human normal and AT cell lines Masanori Tomita Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry
13 Development of novel therapeutic strategy, and search for mechanism of drug resistance, for acute myeloid leukemia Sakamoto Takashi Kyoto Univ.
14 Mechanisms of cellular response to radiation and oxidative stress Qiumei Akiyama Kyoto Univ.
15 Influence of the host immunity on cancer progression and therapeutic response Minoru Inoue Kyoto Univ.
16 Analysis of innate immune response after micro nuclei formation Makoto T Hayashi Kyoto Univ.
17 Search for the possibility of pancreatic and colorectal cancer stem cell-targeted treatment Maruno Takahisa Kyoto Univ.
18 Physiological roles of phosphate/polyphosphate regulations in cell proliferation and DNA damage repair Hiroyuki Niida Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
19 PET imaging of OX40+ immune cells in metastatic cancer models Tomomi Nobashi Kyoto Univ.
20 Inhibition of tumor growth by CCR1 and CXCR2 receptor inhibition on bone marrow cells in the tumor microenvironment of colorectal cancer Kenji Kawada Kyoto Univ.
21 SLFN11-dependent immediate apoptosis in response to

g-irradiation

Junko Murai  Ehime Univ.
22 Analysis of host-pathogen interactions and their applications Kim Minsoo Kyoto Univ.
23 Analysis of nucleolytic processing in DNA double strand breaks Isao Kuraoka Fukuoka Univ.
24 Development of estimation protocol for radiosensitivity of indivitual  using iPS cells and Raman spectroscopy Masanobu Horie Kyoto Univ.
25 Physiological roles of phosphate/polyphosphate regulations in cell proliferation and genome stress response Kojiro Takeda Konan Univ.
26 Studies on recurrence of digestive system cancer stem cells using mouse models and clinical materials Taketo Makoto Kyoto Univ.
27 The role of matricellular protein on stromal activation during cancer progression Yuki Nakanishi Kyoto Univ.
28 Relationship between cellular responses and oxidative stress under low dose rate irradiation Junya Kobayashi International University of Health and Welfare
29 Evaluation of the effects of radiation and hypoxia on patirnt-specific iPS cell derived neural cells and human brain organoids/assembloids Tomohisai Kato Kanazawa Medical Univ.
30 The study of breast regeneration treatment with artificial fat using radiation model Naoki Morimoto Kyoto Univ.
31 Role of DNA double-strand break repair machinery in low dose/low dose rate radiation effects Yoshihisa Matsumoto Tokyo Institute of Technology
32 Functional analysis of RAD51 protein complex in DNA repair Satoshi Tashiro Hiroshima Univ.
33 Basic Study on Cognitive Impairment Induced by Cancer Therapy Natsuko Kondo Kyoto Univ.
34 Suppression of alloreactive proliferation of human lymphocytes with molecular-target reagents Takero Shindo Kyoto Univ.
35 The establishment of humanized cell models in murine lung by cell transplantation Atsuyasu Sato Kyoto Univ.
36 Observation of the immune environment and evaluation of novel therapeutic targets with mouse liver and brain metastasis model Hiroaki Ozasa Kyoto Univ.
37 Analysis of the interaction between tumor cells and the tumor microenvironment in malignant lymphoma Toshio Kitawaki Kyoto Univ.
38 Radiation sensitization effect of high Z element loaded nanoparticles Fuyuhiko Tamanoi Kyoto Univ.
39 Comprehensive analysis of factors involved in radioresistance Ryota Nakashima Kyoto Univ.
40 Mechanisms of lipid dynamics by DNA repair proteins Jun Suzuki Kyoto Univ.
41 Studies on regultaion of HIF for keratinocyte differentiation in the  three-dimensional culture system. Kiyotaka Hitomi Nagoya Univ.
42 Characterization of AID-induced DSB repair pathway genes Nasim Begum Kyoto Univ.
43 Study of senescent cell accumulation under stress or during pathogenesis. Hiroshi Kondoh Kyoto Univ.
44 Inhibition of tumor growth by CCR1 and CXCR2 receptor inhibition on bone marrow cells in the tumor microenvironment of colorectal cancer Yoshiro Itatani Kyoto Univ.
45 Elucidation of the pathogenic mechanism of central nervous system diseases by immune cells infiltrating into the brain and spinal cord parenchyma Hisashi Shirakawa Kyoto Univ.
46 Search for the possibility of pancreatic and colorectal cancer stem cell-targeted treatment Masahiro Shiokawa Kyoto Univ.
47 Visualization of cell proliferation in response to kidney injury Motoko Yanagita Kyoto Univ.
48 Functional changes of mouse- or human-derived airway epithelial cells Shigeru Ashino Kyoto Univ.
49 Understanding DNA repair mechanisms related to radiation sensitivity of spermatogonial stem cells Shinohara Takashi Kyoto Univ.