|Akihiko Yamaguchi||Last modified date：2023.08.18|
Assistant Professor / Marine Bioresources / Department of Bioresource Sciences / Faculty of Agriculture
|1.||Distribution of CYP19B cells in pituitary of the pufferfish,Takifugu rubripes.|
|2.||Identification and localization of eight distinct hormone-producing cell types in the pituitary gland of male mature Japanese tiger pufferfish, Takifugu rubripes..|
|3.||Distribution of membrane estrogen receptor in the pituitary gland of Takifugu rubripes.|
|4.||Aromatase distribution and regulation in the pituitary gland of Takifugu rubripes.|
|5.||Correlation of ERs and aromatase (CYP19B ) gene expression in the brain of Japanese pufferfish, Takifugu rubripes.|
|6.||Effect of LED light spectra on the behavioｒ, growth and gonadal sexual differentiation in the Takifugu rubripes larvae.|
|7.||Enzymatic activity and distribution of brain-type aromatase protein in the brain and mature testis of Japanese pufferfish, Takifugu rubripes .|
|9.||Immunohistochemical changes of GtH cells in the pituitary of chub mackerel Scomber japonicus during spawning cycle.|
|10.||Physiological roles of purified two gonadotropic hormones in chub mackerel estimated by maturation-inducing and steroid-producing potency in vitro.|
|11.||Effect of FSH on early gonads of the tiger pufferfish, Takifugu rubripes in organ culture system .|
|12.||Localization of follicle-stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR) in female and male gonads of the bambooleaf wrasse, Pseudolabrus sieboldi.|
|13.||Onitsuka, C., Yamaguchi, A., Kanamaru, H., Oikawa, S., Takeda, T., Matsuyama, M., GnRH-like peptide in the swordtip squid, Loligo edulis., International Meeting on Reproduction, Growth and Behavior of Aquatic Animals in Coral Reef and Mangrove Area. Iriomote, Japan, P. 14 (29-31, Oct., 2008.10.|
|14.||Different localization and expression of two types of brain type aromatase d uring testicular development and maturation in Takifugu rubripes.|
|15.||Biochemical analysis of SR-kinases phosphorylate lamin B3 in goldfish oocytes.|
|16.||The Recent SWtatus and Perspectives of Agricultural Enviroment and Biotechnology.|
|17.||Reversed sex change from TP male to IP female in the wrasse, Pseudolabrus sieboldi.
K.Ohta, T.Okida, M.Sakai, A. Yamaguchi, T. Takeda, M.Matsuyama..
|18.||Molecular cloning and characterization of DMRT genes from the Japanese pufferfish Takifugu rubripes.
|19.||Steroidgenic pathway in the vitelllogenic ovarian follicles of the Chub Mackerel, Scomber japonicus, and Kyusen Wrasse Halichoeres poecilopterus: Differnt modes of estrogen synthesis in gonochoristic and protogynous teleosts.
M.Matsuyama, K.Ohta, J.K.Sundaray, T. Shiraishi, A.Yamaguchi.
|20.||Diurnal Rhythm of gametogenesis and serum sex steroids in female and male Pseudolabrus sieboldi, a protogynous wrasse.
K.Ohta, J.K.Sundaray, T. Mine, A.Yamaguchi, M.Matsuyama..
|21.||The relationship between sex steroids and body color during sex change in the protogynous wrasse, Pseudolabrus sieboldi.
K.Ohta, M.Hirano, T.Mine, H.Mizutan, A.Yamaguchi, M. Matsuyama..
|22.||Involvement of somatic-lamins or lamin-related proteins in germinal vesicle structure during zebrafish oogenesis.
A.Yamaguchi, M.Haseno, H.Iida, Y.Nagahama, M.Matsuyama.