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Faculty of Nursing and Social Welfare Science / Department of Nursing Science Professor

Honda Kazumasa

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Profile

AffiliationFaculty of Nursing and Social Welfare Science / Department of Nursing Science
TitleProfessor
RoomFaculty of Nursing and Social Welfare Sciences454 (Extension 4454)
E-mailkazhonda at fpu.ac.jp ( at = @ )
EducationTohoku University graduate school agriculture graduate course master's course
Academic Societies

The Physiological Society of Japan
The Japan Neuroscience Society
Japan Neuroendorine Society
Society for Reproduction and Development
Japanese Society of Animal Science
Hokushinetsu Society of Animal Science

Career

1981 Research Associate for Fukui Medical School, Dpt of Physiology
1993 Lecturers for Fukui Medical School, Dpt of Physiology
1995 Associated Prof for Fukui Medical School Dpt, of Physiology
2004 Prof for Fukui Pref Univ, Faculty of Nursing and Social Welfare
Science

Research Interest

Research FieldNeuroendocrinology
Research Summary

Mechanisms of synchronization of burst discharge of oxytocin neurons during milk-ejection reflex.

Keywordsoxytocin, vasopressin milk-ejection reflex, body fluid balance, plasma osmolality

Selected Publications

The contribution of the median preoptic nucleus to renal sympathetic nerve activity increased by intracerebroventricular injection of hypertonic saline in the rat. Brain Res. 867, 107-14. (2000)

Role of midbrain parabrachial nucleus in controlling electrical activity of oxytocin and vasopressin secreting neurones in the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus. J. Reprod. & Develop. 47, 259-265. (2001)

Leptin affects the electrical activity of neurones in the hypothalamic supraoptic nucleus Brain Res. Bull. 57, 721-725. (2002)

Japanese Society for Animal Reproduction: Award for Outstanding Research 2002. Mechanisms Controlling Neurohypophysial Hormone Release in the rat. J. Reprod. Dev. 49, 1-11. (2003)

Prolactin releasing peptides modulate background firing rate and milk-ejection related burst of oxytocin cells in the supraoptic nucleus. Brain Res Bull. 63, 315-319. (2004)

Oxytocin neurons in the supraoptic nucleus receive excitatory inputs from the bilateral dorsomedial hypothalamic nuclei. Brain Res Bull. 74, 237-242. (2007)

Effects of Unilateral Electrolytic Lesion of the Dorsomedial Nucleus of the Hypothalamus on Milk-ejection Reflex in the Rat. J Reprod and Develop 56, 98-102. (2010)

Electrical Activities of Neurones in the Dorsomedial Hypothalamic Nucleus Projecting to the Supraoptic Nucleus During Milk-ejection Reflex in the Rat. J Reprod and Develop 56, 336-340. (2010)

Oxytocin Cells in the Supraoptic Nucleus Receive Excitatory Synaptic Inputs from the Contralateral Supraoptic and Paraventricular Nuclei in the Lactating Rat. J. Reprod Develop 59, 569–574. (2013)

Oxytocin cells in the paraventricular nucleus receive excitatory synaptic inputs from the contralateral paraventricular and supraoptic nuclei in lactating rats. Neuroscience Letters 572 44 - 47, (2014)

Oxytocin neurons in the supraoptic nucleus receive synaptic inputs from the contralateral supraoptic nucleus in cyclic female and male rats. Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho 87 227-233. (2016)

Re-analysis of involvements of central oxytocin in occurrence of milk ejection reflex in lactating rats. Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho 89, 13-17.(2018)

Educational Activies

ClassesAnatomy and Physiology, Graduation Study
Available Topics

Neural mechanisms controlling maternal behavior
Neural mechanisms controlling milk-ejection reflex
Neural mechanisms controlling osmoreception

Additional Information

Japanese Society for Animal Reproduction: Award for Outstanding Research 2002

The 8th Fukui Prefectural Government science arts and sciences award

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