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NAKATANI Yasushi
 
Organization
Faculty of Economics Associate Professor
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Degree

  • 博士(医学) ( 東邦大学 )

  • 修士(理学) ( 東京都立大学 )

Education

  • 2002.11
     

    Toho University   Graduate School, Division of Medicine   doctor course   withdrawn before completion

  • 2002.3
     

    Tokyo Metropolitan University   Graduate School, Division of Natural Science   master course   completed

  • 2000.3
     

    Tokyo Metropolitan University   Graduate School, Division of Natural Science   completed

  • 1999.3
     

    Chuo University   Faculty of Laws   graduated

  • 1995.3
     

    中央大学附属高等学校   graduated

Research History

  • 2019.4 -  

    中央大学経済学部准教授

  • 2014.4 - 2019.3

    中央大学経済学部助教

  • 2018.4 -  

    東邦大学医学部非常勤講師

  • 2014.4 - 2018.3

    東邦大学医学部客員講師

  • 2008.4 - 2014.3

    中央大学法学部兼任講師

  • 2008.4 - 2014.3

    中央大学法学部通信教育課程インストラクター

  • 2007.4 - 2014.3

    東邦大学医学部助教

  • 2003.4 - 2014.3

    中央大学保健体育研究所客員研究員

  • 2004.4 - 2011.3

    日本工学院専門学校医療カレッジ作業療法学科非常勤講師

  • 2002.12 - 2007.3

    東邦大学医学部助手

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Professional Memberships

  • スポーツ史学会

  • 日本生理学会

  • 日本養生学会

  • 人体科学会 学術会員

  • 日本体育学会

  • 日本体育・スポーツ哲学会

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Research Interests

  • 東洋的身体技法

  • 呼吸生理学

Research Areas

  • Life Science / Nutrition science and health science  / 応用健康科学

  • Life Science / Clinical pharmacy  / 生理学一般

  • Life Science / Physiology  / 生理学一般

Papers

  • The Origin and Diffusion of “Begins and Ends with a Bow.” in Japanese Martial Arts, and a Good Commentary of This Expression Reviewed

    Yasushi NAKATANI

    Bulletin of the Institute of Health and Sports Science, Chuo University   40   23 - 38   2022.6

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  • Event-related Potentials-based Evaluation of Attention Allocation while Watching Virtual Reality Reviewed

    Ryo Ogawa, Kaito Kageyama, Yasushi Nakatani, Yumie Ono, Shingo Murakami

    Advanced Biomedical Engineering   11   1 - 9   2022.1

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  • 中高年層における太極拳実践者の主観的幸福感 Reviewed

    中谷康司, 青木清隆, 宮本知次, 赤羽悟美

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   39   35 - 50   2021.6

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  • 中央大学経済学部体力測定における最近の動向および留学生の特徴について Reviewed

    高村 直成, 中谷 康司, 青木 清隆

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   37   35 - 44   2019.6

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  • 江上茂の空手道思想に関する研究 Reviewed

    中谷康司, 青木清隆, 宮本知次

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   36   61 - 82   2018.6

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  • 丹田呼吸の系譜-日本における丹田呼吸という言葉と技法のルーツを巡って- Reviewed

    中谷康司, 浦谷郁子, 青木清隆, 遠藤卓郎

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   36   83 - 102   2018.6

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  • 中国伝統太極拳の現代化に関する研究Ⅲ‐呉氏太極拳三十四勢‐ Reviewed

    宮本知次, 照沼秀世, 中谷康司, 青木清隆

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   35 ( 35 )   65 - 106   2017.6

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  • 中山正敏の生涯と空手道思想 Reviewed

    青木清隆, 中谷康司, 宮本知次

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   32 ( 32 )   35 - 55   2014.3

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  • Increased blood serotonin concentrations are correlated with reduced tension/anxiety in healthy postpartum lactating women Reviewed

    Tamami Sekiyama, Yasushi Nakatani, Xinjun Yu, Yoshinari Seki, Ikuko Sato-Suzuki, Hideho Arita

    PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH   209 ( 3 )   560 - 565   2013.10

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    The serotonin (5-HT) system in the brain plays an important role in mood regulation. The postpartum period is considered a high-risk time for mood and anxiety disorders. We assessed changes in 5-HT levels in whole blood (as an indicator of brain 5-HT concentrations) and mood states before and after delivery in 28 healthy, lactating postpartum women. Mood states were evaluated using Profile of Mood States questionnaires (POMS). Measurements were done on the same day in early (first week) and late (third-fourth and sixth-seventh weeks) postpartum, and compared with those in the third trimester and in age-matched, healthy, non-pregnant women. Mean 5-HT concentrations were significantly higher and mean tension/anxiety scores of POMS were significantly lower in late (but not early) postpartum than in the third trimester or non-pregnant controls. 5-HT concentrations correlated with tension/anxiety in the third trimester and late postpartum, indicating an important role for the 5-HT system in the regulation of tension/anxiety in healthy postpartum women. The mechanism underlying the changes in the 5-HT system may be rapid inhibition induced by the marked decrease in estradiol after delivery and gradual excitation caused by lactation-induced brain oxytocin release during the postpartum period. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • 中国伝統太極拳の現代化に関する研究Ⅱ-呉式伝統太極拳の「簡化」における取り組みについて- Reviewed

    宮本知次, 中谷康司, 青木清隆

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   ( 30 )   87 - 109   2012.3

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  • 船越(富名腰)義珍の空手道思想に関する研究 Reviewed

    青木清隆, 中谷康司, 宮本知次

    中央大学保健体育研究所   30 ( 30 )   35 - 55   2012.3

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  • Activation of the anterior prefrontal cortex and serotonergic system is associated with improvements in mood and EEG changes induced by Zen meditation practice in novices Reviewed

    Xinjun Yu, Masaki Fumoto, Yasushi Nakatani, Tamami Sekiyama, Hiromi Kikuchi, Yoshinari Seki, Ikuko Sato-Suzuki, Hideho Arita

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY   80 ( 2 )   103 - 111   2011.5

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    To gain insight into the neurophysiological mechanisms involved in Zen meditation, we evaluated the effects of focused attention (FA) on breathing movements in the lower abdomen (Tanden) in novices. We investigated hemodynamic changes in the prefrontal cortex (PFC), an attention-related brain region, using 24-channel near-infrared spectroscopy during a 20-minute session of FA on Tanden breathing in 15 healthy volunteers. We found that the level of oxygenated hemoglobin in the anterior PFC was significantly increased during FA on Tanden breathing, accompanied by a reduction in feelings of negative mood compared to before the meditation session. Electroencephalography (EEG) revealed increased alpha band activity and decreased theta band activity during and after FA on Tanden breathing. EEG changes were correlated with a significant increase in whole blood serotonin (5-HT) levels. These results suggest that activation of the anterior PFC and 5-HT system may be responsible for the improvement of negative mood and EEG signal changes observed during FA on Tanden breathing. (C) 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Ventral prefrontal cortex and serotonergic system activation during pedaling exercise induces negative mood improvement and increased alpha band in EEG Reviewed

    Masaki Fumoto, Tsutomu Oshima, Kiyoshi Kamiya, Hiromi Kikuchi, Yoshinari Seki, Yasushi Nakatani, Xinjun Yu, Tamami Sekiyama, Ikuko Sato-Suzuki, Hideho Arita

    BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH   213 ( 1 )   1 - 9   2010.11

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    This study evaluates a possible involvement of the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and serotonergic (5-HT) system in psychiatric and electroencephalography (EEG) changes during and after pedaling exercise (PE). The subjects performed PE for 15 min using a cycle ergometer. PE rate was kept at 60 rpm, and the work load (93 +/- 5.4W) was decided for each subject before the experiment based on a Rating of Perceived Exertion of 12-13 for self-selected exercise intensity. Cerebral oxygenation in the PFC was assessed by concentration changes in oxygenated hemoglobin (oxyHb) using 24-channel near-infrared spectroscopy. We found that PE evoked a significant increase in oxyHb levels in the ventral PFC during PE as compared with that in the dorsal PFC. Subjects had a feeling of reduced negative mood accompanied by a tendency of increased vigor-activity after PE, as assessed by the Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire. Because the ventral PFC is associated with mood state, we hypothesized that the observed mood changes may have been induced by the activation of the ventral PFC. As for EEG changes during and after PE, we found a significant increase in the relative powers of high-frequency alpha bands (10-13 Hz) during and after PE. A significant increase in whole blood 5-HT level was obtained after PE. Because cortical attenuation would be caused by the 5-HT-induced inhibition of the basal forebrain, we hypothesized that the observed EEG changes are linked with the increased blood 5-HT level or an augmentation of the 5-HT system in the brainstem. (C) 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Decreased blood serotonin in the premenstrual phase enhances negative mood in healthy women Reviewed

    Hiromi Kikuchi, Yasushi Nakatani, Yoshinari Seki, Xinjun Yu, Tamami Sekiyama, Ikuko Sato-Suzuki, Hideho Arita

    JOURNAL OF PSYCHOSOMATIC OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY   31 ( 2 )   83 - 89   2010.6

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    The purpose of this study was to evaluate mechanisms underlying the action of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors on the improvement of negative mood symptoms in premenstrual syndrome. We assessed relationships between serotonin (5-HT) levels in the brain (estimated from 5-HT concentrations in whole blood) and negative mood states during the premenstrual phase in 13 healthy women. Mood states were evaluated using the Profile of Mood States questionnaire. We also evaluated relationships between 5-HT and ovarian hormones (oestradiol and progesterone). A significant negative correlation was seen between 5-HT concentrations in whole blood and negative mood scores (tension-anxiety and fatigue) observed in the premenstrual phase. A significant positive correlation was observed between 5-HT and oestradiol in the premenstrual phase, but not in the follicular phase. These results suggest that healthy women with lower whole blood 5-HT concentrations in the premenstrual phase exhibit enhanced negative mood due to lower 5-HT concentrations at brain synapses, which may be caused in part by lower oestrogen concentration.

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  • ヨーガ・教材としての再検討 Reviewed

    中谷康司

    体育研究   44 ( 44 )   1 - 19   2010.3

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  • Augmented brain 5-HT crosses the blood-brain barrier through the 5-HT transporter in rat Reviewed

    Yasushi Nakatani, Ikuko Sato-Suzuki, Naohisa Tsujino, Akane Nakasato, Yoshinari Seki, Masaki Fumoto, Hideho Arita

    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE   27 ( 9 )   2466 - 2472   2008.5

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    The present study re-evaluated an existing notion that serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine; 5-HT) could not cross the brain to the circulating blood via the blood-brain barrier (BBB). To elevate brain 5-HT alone, 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP; 30-75 mg/kg) was administrated intravenously to anaesthetized rats that had undergone gastrointestinal and kidney resections along with liver inactivation (organs contributing to increasing blood 5-HT after 5-HTP administration). A microdialysis method and HPLC system were used to determine the brain 5-HT levels in samples collected from the frontal cortex. Blood 5-HT levels were determined from whole blood, not platelet-poor plasma, collected from the central vein. We found that blood 5-HT levels showed a significant augmentation whenever brain 5-HT levels were significantly elevated after the administration of 5-HTP in those rats with the abdominal surgical procedures. This elevation was abolished after pretreatment with a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (fluoxetine; 10 mg/kg i.v.), although brain 5-HT levels remained augmented. These results indicate that augmented brain 5-HT can cross the BBB through the 5-HT transporter from the brain to the circulating blood.

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  • 空手道近代化の特徴 -柔道との比較における考察- Reviewed

    中谷康司, 宮本知次, 青木清隆, 小林勝法, 数馬広二

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   ( 26 )   25 - 44   2008.3

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  • Swim stress exaggerates the hyperactive mesocortical dopamine system in a rodent model of autism Reviewed

    Akane Nakasato, Yasushi Nakatani, Yoshinari Seki, Naohisa Tsujino, Masahiro Umino, Hideho Arita

    BRAIN RESEARCH   1193   128 - 135   2008.2

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    Several clinical reports have suggested that there is a hyperactivation of the dopaminergic system in people with autism. Using rats exposed prenatally to valproic acid (VPA) as an animal model of autism, we measured dopamine (DA) levels in samples collected from the frontal cortex (FC) using in vivo microdialysis and HPLC. The basal DA level in FC was significantly higher in VPA-exposed rats relative to controls. Since the mesocortical DA system is known to be sensitive to physical and psychological stressors, we measured DA levels in FC before, during, and after a 60-min forced swim test (FST). There were further gradual increases in FC DA levels during the FST in the VPA-exposed rats, but not in the control rats. Behavioral analysis during the last 10 min of the FST revealed a significant decrease in active, escape-oriented behavior and an increase in immobility, which is thought to reflect the development of depressive behavior that disengages the animal from active forms of coping with stressful stimuli. These results suggest that this rodent model of autism exhibits a hyperactive mesocortical DA system, which is exaggerated by swim stress. This abnormality may be responsible for depressive and withdrawal behavior observed in autism. (C) 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • 空手道の発展における地域的2軸性:沖縄と本土 Reviewed

    中谷康司, 宮本知次, 青木清隆, 小林勝法, 数馬広二, 外間哲弘

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   ( 25 )   27 - 65   2007.3

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  • Abnormality of circadian rhythm accompanied by an increase in frontal cortex serotonin in animal model of autism Reviewed

    Naohisa Tsujino, Yasushi Nakatani, Yoshinari Seki, Akane Nakasato, Michiko Nakamura, Michiya Sugawara, Hideho Arita

    NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH   57 ( 2 )   289 - 295   2007.2

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    Several clinical reports have indicated that autistic patients often show disturbance of the circadian rhythm, which may be related to dysfunction of the serotonergic system in the brain. Using rats exposed prenatally to valproic acid (VPA) as an animal model of autism, we examined locomotor activity and feeding under a reversed 12-h light/dark cycle, and found disturbance of the circadian rhythm characterized by frequent arousal during the light/sleep phase. In addition, measurement of brain serotonin (5-HT) level using in vivo microdialysis showed that the brain 5-HT level in VPA-exposed rats was significantly higher than that in control rats. These results suggest that a higher brain 5-HT level might be responsible for the irregular sleep/awake rhythm in autism. (c) 2006 Elsevier Ireland Ltd and the Japan Neuroscience Society. All rights reserved.

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  • 閉眼状態における意識的腹筋呼吸法中のHigh-frequency α波の出現

    麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 関 由成, 毛利右子, 中谷康司, 有田秀穂

    11   37 - 49   2006.9

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  • Corticotropin-releasing factor neurons in the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus are involved in arousal/yawning response of rats Reviewed

    Kita, I, Y Seki, Y Nakatani, M Fumoto, M Oguri, K Sato-Suzuki, H Arita

    BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH   169 ( 1 )   48 - 56   2006.4

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    Our previous studies have suggested that activation of the hypothalamic paraventricular (PVN) descending oxytocinergic projections is involved in the induction of yawning accompanied by an arousal response, but the possibility that neural systems other than the oxytocinergic system in the PVN also mediate the arousal/yawning response cannot be ruled out. We assessed the activity of corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) neurons during yawning induced by the PVN stimulation in anesthetized, spontaneously breathing rats using double-staining for c-Fos and CRF. Yawning response was evaluated by monitoring an intercostals electromyogram as an index of inspiratory activity and a digastric electromyogram as an indicator of mouth opening. We also recorded the electrocorticogram (ECoG) to determine the arousal response during yawning. Microinjection Of L-glutamate (2-5 nmol) into the PVN produced a frequent yawning accompanied by an arousal shift in the ECoG, and these behavioral effects were associated with a significant increase of c-Fos positive CRF neurons in the medial parvocellular subdivision of the PVN. In addition, a marked enhancement in the c-Fos expression was found in the both locus coeruleus (LC) and global area in the cortex when the frequency of yawning response was increased by the PVN stimulation, suggesting that the arousal response during yawning might be mediated by the activation of LC neurons. The present study suggests that an activation of CRF neurons in the PVN is responsible for the arousal response accompanied by yawning behavior. (C) 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • 空手道の近代化をめぐる船越義珍に関する研究課題 Reviewed

    宮本知次, 中谷康司, 青木清隆, 小林勝法, 数馬広二, 外間哲弘

    中央大学保健体育研究所紀要   ( 23 )   95 - 127   2005.3

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  • 脳神経活動とリズム リズム性運動と脳幹セロトニン神経

    有田秀穂, 鈴木郁子, 麓 正樹, 毛利右子, 関 由成, 中谷康司

    自律神経   41 ( 3 )   338 - 342   2004.6

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  • Light induces cortical activation and yawning in rats Reviewed

    Y Seki, Y Nakatani, Kita, I, Sato-Suzuki, I, M Oguri, H Arita

    BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH   140 ( 1-2 )   65 - 73   2003.3

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    We examined the effects of light stimulation on cortical activation and yawning response in anesthetized, spontaneously breathing rats. Cortical activation was assessed by means of an electrocorticogram (ECoG) and yawning response was evaluated by monitoring an intercostal electromyogram as an index of inspiratory activity and a digastric electromyogram as an indicator of mouth opening. Light stimulation elicited an arousal shift in the ECoG to faster rhythms. This arousal response was followed by a single large inspiration with mouth opening, i.e. a yawning response. Higher light intensity significantly reduced the onset latency of the arousal/yawning response. Pretreatment with pyrilamine, an H1-histamine receptor antagonist, injected into the lateral ventricle blocked both the cortical activation and the yawning response induced by light stimulation, suggesting a role of brain histaminergic neurotransmission in modulating the light-induced arousal/yawning responses. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

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Books

  • 健康スポーツ50講

    中谷康司, 張 成忠(第5節 武道とスポーツ(第7章 スポーツと文化))

    中央大学出版部  2019.3  ( ISBN:9784805761915

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  • 健康スポーツ50講

    中谷康司(第3節 脳・神経系のはたらき(第4章 身体活動と心身の機能))

    中央大学出版部  2019.3  ( ISBN:9784805761915

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  • セロトニン脳トレーニング

    中谷康司, 于 新軍, 関山タマミ( Role: Joint author第3章:六字訣)

    MCプレス  2008.8 

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  • 人間の許容限界事典

    中谷康司, 有田秀穂, 山崎昌廣, 坂本和義, 関邦博編( Role: Joint author神経調節物質)

    朝倉書店  2005.10 

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MISC

  • -健康と太極拳- 太極拳の実施と幸福感

    中谷康司

    武術太極拳   ( 397 )   14 - 15   2023.3

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  • 太極拳実践者の主観的幸福感に関する調査 研究成果のご報告

    中谷康司

    武術太極拳   ( 315 )   2016.1

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  • リズム運動がセロトニン神経を活性化する -運動はこころに影響するか-

    中谷康司

    白門 63(12) 28-41   63 ( 12 )   28 - 41   2011.12

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Presentations

  • 体性感覚刺激による事象関連電位を用いたVR 映像に対する没⼊度の定量的評価手法

    村上慎吾, 影山快人, 槇凜太朗, 中谷康司, 小野弓絵

    生体医工学シンポジウム2022  2022.9 

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  • エアロバイク運動中における 生理学的・心理学的指標を用いたフロー評価

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    NEURO2022 (第45回日本神経科学大会)  2022.7 

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  • 事象関連電位を利用した VR没入度の評価手法

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    第99回日本生理学会大会  ( 東北大学川内北キャンパス (ハイブリッド開催) )   2022.3  日本生理学会

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  • Quantitative Evaluation of VR Immersion in 2D and 3D Images Using Event-Related Potentials

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    日本体育・スポーツ哲学会第41回大会  ( 京都国際会館 )   2019.9  日本体育・スポーツ哲学会

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  • 「からだに聞く」の意味を問う~呼吸法の検討から~

    中谷康司, 浦谷郁子, 青木清隆, 遠藤卓郎

    日本体育・スポーツ哲学会  2017.8 

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  • 呼吸時の体重心位置変動の計測

    狐崎晶雄, 坂田隆夫, 梅木潤子, 中谷康司, 平工志穂, 水原佐和子, 横澤喜久子, 久保田武美

    日本養生学会第17回大会  2016.3 

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  • Movement of Center of Gravity of Four Breathing Types.

    Kitsunezaki A, Umeki J, Hiraku S, Mizuhara S, Nakatani Y, Yokozawa K, Kubota T

    The 20th East Asian Sport and Exercise Science Society Annual Congress  2015.8 

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  • 中高年層における太極拳実践者の主観的幸福感

    中谷康司

    日本体育学会第66回大会  2015.8 

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  • 呼吸の生理機能

    中谷康司

    日本養生学会第16回大会  2015.3 

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  • 太極拳実施にともなう高齢者の大脳皮質活性部位および抑制部位の同定

    中谷康司, 只野ちがや

    第143回東邦医学会例会  2014.2 

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  • Activation of anterior prefrontal cortex and serotonergic system is associated with improvements in mood and EEG changes induced by prolonged voluntary abdominal breathing.

    Yu X, Fumoto M, Nakatani Y, Sekiyama T, Kikuchi H, Seki Y, Sato-Suzuki I, Arita H

    中国生理学会  2012.11 

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  • 卵巣摘出ラットにおいて外因性エストラジオールは血中セロトニンレベルを増加させる

    中谷康司, 関山タマミ, 関 由成, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2011.3 

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  • 卵巣摘出ラットにおいて外因性エストラジオール(E2)は血中セロトニン量を増加させる

    中谷康司, 関山タマミ

    東邦大学医学会  2011.2 

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  • 安静状態における健常者の血中セロトニン濃度のメタ解析

    関山タマミ, 中谷康司, 麓 正樹, 菊地宏美, 于 新軍, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2010.9 

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  • 産後1週目における女性の気分変化は,血中セロトニン濃度の減少と関係する

    関山タマミ, 宮川明子, 天野恵子, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2010.5 

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  • 太極拳が脳活動に与える影響

    中谷康司, 有田秀穂

    国際生命情報科学会  2010.3 

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  • タッピングタッチはセロトニン神経系を介して気分を改善する

    中谷康司, 中川一郎, 関山タマミ,関 由成, 菊地宏美, 于 新軍, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2009.9 

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  • Cycling exercise produces suppression of nociceptive response in the upper limb and activation of prefrontal cortex: Role of brain serotonergic system.

    Fumoto M, Oshima T, Kamiya K, Kikuchi H, Seki Y, Nakatani Y, Yu X, Sekiyama T, Sato-Suzuki I, Arita H

    Society for Neuroscience  2008.11 

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  • 自閉症モデルラットにおけるストレスに対する不安行動と中脳ドパミン神経の関係

    中谷康司, 関 由成

    東邦大学医学会  2008.6 

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  • リズム運動とセロトニン神経:呼吸に焦点をあてて

    中谷康司

    日本生理学会  2008.3 

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  • 丹田呼吸法による脳波と前頭前野の脳血流の変動:セロトニン神経の関与

    于 新軍, 麓 正樹, 中谷康司, 福嶋智幸, 関山タマミ, 神谷 清, 菊地宏美, 関 由成, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2008.3 

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  • 運動に伴う3-6歳児の尿中セロトニンレベルの比較:年齢・疲労・季節および日照による影響(第2報)

    関山タマミ, 菊地宏美, 中谷康司, 神谷 清, 于 新軍, 上林英里, 福嶋智幸, 関 由成, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2008.3 

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  • Brain endothelium serotonin (5-HT) transporter contributes 5-HT homeostasis within the brain.

    Nakatani Y, Nakasato A, Kambayashi E, Kikuchi H, Seki Y, Fumoto M, Sato-Suzuki I, Arita H

    The International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience  2007.10 

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  • Cycling exercise produces activation of prefrontal cortex and augmentation of high-frequency alpha band in EEG: Role of brain serotonergic system.

    Fumoto M, Oshima T, Kamiya K, Kikuchi H, Seki Y, Nakatani Y, Yu X, Sekiyama T, Sato-Suzuki I, Arita H

    SFN 2007 program/Society for Neuroscience  2007.10 

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  • Gum chewing suppresses noiceptive responses via an activation of prefrontal cortex.

    Kamiya K, Fumoto M, Kikuchi H, Xinjun Y, Sekiyama T, Seki Y, Nakatani Y, Kambayashi E, Sato-Suzuki I, Umino M, Arita H

    Society for Neuroscience  2007.10 

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  • 自転車こぎ運動における局所脳血流変動と脳波解析-セロトニン神経の関与-

    麓 正樹, 中谷康司

    日本体育学会  2007.9 

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  • 5-HTP投与によって引き起こされる血中セロトニンの増加に対する脳内セロトニン増加の寄与

    中谷康司, 関 由成, 菊地宏美, 上林英里, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2007.9 

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  • ガムチューイングによるセロトニン性鎮痛効果と前頭前野の賦活

    神谷 清, 麓 正樹, 菊地宏美, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 中里 茜, 于 新軍, 関山タマミ, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2007.9 

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  • 丹田の体性感覚刺激による局所頭頂部及び前頭前野の大脳皮質抑制

    于 新軍, 麓 正樹, 中谷康司, 関山タマミ, 神谷 清, 菊地宏美, 中里 茜, 関 由成, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2007.3 

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  • ペダリング運動が脳波と局所脳血流に及ぼす影響:セロトニン神経系の役割

    麓 正樹, 大島 勉, 神谷 清, 菊地宏美, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 于 新軍, 中里 茜, 上林英里, 関山タマミ

    日本生理学会  2007.3 

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  • 年中・年長幼稚園児の尿中セロトニン値の比較:運動による影響

    関山タマミ, 菊地宏美, 中谷康司, 中里 茜, 神谷 清, 于 新軍, 上林英里, 関 由成, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2007.3 

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  • Effects of Tai Chi exercise on human EEG and cerebral oxygenation: Role of brain serotonergic system.

    Fumoto M, Nakatani Y, Yu X, Kikuchi H, Nakasato A, Seki S, Kambayashi E, Kita I, Sato-Suzuki I, Arita H

    Society for neuroscience  2006.10 

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  • 自閉症モデルラットにおけるストレス性過食と中脳ドパミン神経の関係

    中里 茜, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2006.7 

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  • 太極拳による脳波と局所脳血流の変動:セロトニン神経の関与

    中谷康司, 麓 正樹, 于 新軍, 菊地宏美, 中里 茜, 関 由成, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2006.3 

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  • ヒトのあくび頻発時の脳波と血流変動

    関 由成, 麓 正樹, 中谷康司, 于 新軍, 中里 茜, 上林英里, 菊地宏美, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2006.3 

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  • 息こらえ時の局所脳血流変動と脳波解析:プロのダイバーによる検討

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    日本生理学会  2006.3 

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  • 健常者の月経前後における全血中セロトニン濃度の変動

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    日本生理学会  2006.3 

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  • ラットの背側縫線核刺激による前頭皮質の血流増加

    上林英里, 関 由成, 中谷康司, 麓 正樹, 中里 茜, 菊地宏美, 于 新軍, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2006.3 

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  • An animal model of autism expresses behavioral and physiological features related to abnormal serotonergic (5-HT) system

    辻野尚久, 菅原道哉, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    東邦大学医学会  2005.11 

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  • 脳内のセロトニンは血液脳関門のセロトニントランスポーターを介して血液に移行する

    中谷康司, 中里 茜, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 辻野尚久, 関 由成, 麓 正樹, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2005.7 

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  • 希少アミン受容体アゴニスト,BPAP,の鏡像異性体はラット脳でセロトニンとドパミンの放出に異なった効果を示す

    小松 明, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 島津誠一郎, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2005.7 

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  • 自閉症動物モデルにおけるセロトニン神経系に関連した行動学的,生理学的特徴

    辻野尚久, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    自閉症動物モデルにおけるセロトニン神経系に関連した行動学的,生理学的特徴  2005.7 

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  • 血液脳関門を介した血液中への脳内セロトニン(5-HT)排出機構の解明

    中谷康司, 辻野尚久

    東邦大学医学会  2005.6 

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  • 読経における脳波解析

    麓 正樹, 関 由成, 中里 茜, 中谷康司, 上林英里, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2005.5 

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  • Role of corticotropin releasing factor neurons in the paraventricular nucleus in the arousal/yawning response of rats.

    Kita I, Seki Y, Nakatani Y, Fumoto M, Sato-Suzuki I, Oguri M, Arita H

    Society for neuroscience  2004.10 

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  • ラット背側縫線核への8-OH-DPATの微量注入は呼吸抑制と脳波の速波化を引き起こす

    中谷康司, 関 由成, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2004.9 

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  • 30分間の音読が脳波に与える影響

    麓 正樹, 関 由成, 中谷康司, 毛利右子, 中里 茜, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2004.9 

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  • 5-HTPの静脈内投与は消化管摘出ラットの脳内および血中セロトニン濃度を上昇させた

    中谷康司, 毛利右子, 鈴木郁子, 麓 正樹, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2004.6 

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  • 覚醒・あくび反応におけるCRFニューロンの関与とc-fos発現

    関 由成, 中谷康司, 北 一郎, 鈴木郁子, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2004.6 

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  • 意識的な腹筋呼吸法時の脳波トポグラフ解析

    麓 正樹, 関 由成, 毛利右子, 中里 茜, 鈴木郁子, 中谷康司, 有田秀穂

    意識的な腹筋呼吸法時の脳波トポグラフ解析  2004.6 

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  • 呼吸関連行動と皮質賦活について

    有田秀穂, 鈴木郁子, 麓 正樹, 関 由成, 中谷康司, 毛利右子, 北 一郎, 小栗 貢

    日本生理学会  2004.6 

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  • ゆっくりと深い呼吸リズムの継続に伴うヒラメ筋H反射変動について

    麓 正樹, 関 由成, 毛利右子, 中谷康司

    第11回日本運動生理学会大会  2003.8 

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  • 背側縫線核刺激は呼吸を増強しシータ波を出現させる

    中谷康司, 関 由成, 石渡貴之, 毛利右子, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2003.7 

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  • リズミカルな咀嚼運動はセロトニンによる下行性痛覚抑制系を介してnociceptive responseを抑制する

    麓 正樹, 毛利右子, 鈴木郁子, 関 由成, 中谷康司, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2003.7 

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  • ストレス中枢である室傍核が覚醒反応を引き起こす経路と関連する神経伝達物質の検討

    中谷康司, 関 由成

    東邦大学医学会  2003.6 

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  • ラットマイネルト基底核の化学刺激による覚醒反応

    中谷康司, 関 由成, 鈴木郁子, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2003.3 

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  • セロトニン症候群の動物モデルにおける脳波上の特性

    辻野尚久, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2003.3 

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  • マイネルト基底核を介するストレス性覚醒反応について

    中谷康司, 関 由成, 鈴木郁子, 北 一郎, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    Neuroscience Research  2002.7 

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  • 呼吸法時に出現する特徴的なα波について

    麓 正樹, 関 由成, 中谷康司, 毛利右子, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本神経科学学会  2002.7 

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  • 「気持ちよさ」への適応:α波とセロトニンによる評価

    毛利右子, 中谷康司, 関 由成, 麓 正樹, 鈴木郁子, 有田秀穂

    日本適応医学会  2002.6 

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  • 光刺激による覚醒・あくび反応の誘発

    関 由成, 中谷康司, 鈴木郁子, 北 一郎, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本適応医学会  2002.6 

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  • 姿勢調節に関連する視覚刺激が呼吸循環反応に与える影響

    中谷康司, 北 一郎

    日本生理学会  2002.3 

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  • 光刺激による覚醒/あくび反応と抗ヒスタミン薬の効果

    北 一郎, 関 由成, 鈴木郁子, 麓 正樹, 中谷康司, 小栗 貢, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2002.3 

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  • 室傍核と覚醒・あくび反応

    鈴木郁子, 北 一郎, 関 由成, 小栗 貢, 麓 正樹, 中谷康司, 有田秀穂

    日本生理学会  2002.3 

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  • 視運動性刺激が呼吸循環反応に及ぼす影響

    中谷康司, 今中國泰, 北 一郎

    日本体力医学会  2001.9 

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  • 直立姿勢時の視覚外乱刺激に対する呼吸循環反応

    中谷康司, 北 一郎, 今中國泰

    日本体力医学会  2000.9 

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  • 直立姿勢時の視覚外乱刺激に対する呼吸応答

    中谷康司, 北 一郎, 今中國泰

    第8回日本運動生理学会/第16回日本バイオメカニクス学会合同大会  2000.7 

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Awards

  • 生体医工学シンポジウム2021 ベストリサーチアワード

    2021.9   生体医工学シンポジウム2021組織委員会  

    Ryo Ogawa, Kaito Kageyama, Yasushi Nakatani, Yumie Ono, Shingo Murakami

Research Projects

  • フロー状態の生理学的想起条件と機序の解明

    2020.4 - 2023.3

    中央大学  共同研究費 

    村上慎吾, 中谷康司, 小野弓絵

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    Grant type:Competitive

    Grant amount: \9870000

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  • 太極拳の実施は高齢者の中枢神経系を活性化し、幸福感をもたらすか?

    2013.4 - 2016.3

    文部科学省  科学研究費補助金(日本学術振興会・文部科学省)-若手研究(B) 

    中谷康司

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    Grant amount: \2860000

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  • 太極拳実施にともなう高齢者の大脳皮質活性部位および抑制部位の同定

    2013.4 - 2014.3

    東邦大学医学部プロジェクト研究 

    中谷康司

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    Grant amount: \500000

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  • 脳内および血中セロトニンに対する女性ホルモンの影響

    2009.4 - 2010.3

    東邦大学医学部プロジェクト研究 

    中谷康司

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    Grant amount: \500000

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  • 自閉症モデルラットにおけるストレス性過食と中脳ドパミン神経の関係

    2007.4 - 2008.3

    東邦大学医学部プロジェクト研究 

    中谷康司

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    Grant amount: \500000

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  • 血液脳関門を介した血液中への脳内セロトニン排出機構の解明

    2004.4 - 2005.3

    東邦大学医学部プロジェクト研究 

    中谷康司

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    Grant amount: \400000

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  • ストレス中枢である室傍核が覚醒反応を引き起こす経路と関連する神経伝達物質の検討

    2002.4 - 2003.3

    東邦大学医学部プロジェクト研究 

    中谷康司

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  • Paraventricular nucleus as a third system of cortical activation

    Grant number:14570070  2002 - 2003

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Toho University

    ARITA Hideho, SEKI Yoshinari, FUMOTO Masaki, SATO-SUZUKI Ikuko, NAKATANI Yasuji

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    Grant amount: \3500000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 )

    The present study revealed that arousal/yawning response was evoked by microinjections of various agents (L-glutamate, cyanide, Orexin, histamine, etc.) into the medial parvocellular subdivision of the paraventricular nucleus(mpPVN) in an anesthetized, spontaneouly breathing rat. To evaluate arousal/yawning response, we monitored electrocorticogram(EcoG), intercostal electromyogram(EMG) as an index of inspiratory activity, digastric EMG and blood pressure.The arousal/yawning response was characterized by an arousal shift in EcoG to lower voltage and faster rhythms, and a single large inspiration with mouth opening. Since microinjection of L-glutame in mpPVN evoked the typical arousal/yawning response, we concluded that mpPVN is responsible for triggering the cortical activation. The same arousal/yawing response was induced by microinjection of cyanide, indicating that mpPVN is sensitive to chemical hypoxia or ischemia within the PVN. Microinjections of Orexin-A and/or Orexin-B into mpPVN also induced the arousal/yawning response, suggesting that arousal mechanism of Orexin is mediated by mpPVN. Microinjection of H1 histerminergic receptor agoinst into mpPVN also elicited the arousal/yawning response. Furthermore, we obtained the same arousal/yawning response was evoked by light stimulation. Higher light intesity significantly reduced the onset latency of the arousal/yawning response. Pretreatment with an H1-receptor antagonist which was injected into the lateral ventricle, blocked the arousal/yawning response induced by light stimulation, suggesting a role of brain histerminergic neurotransmission in modulating the light-induced arousal/yawning response. In morphological experiment, we found those cells which were double-stained by c-fos and CRH or c-fos and oxytocine in the mpPVN, when frequent yawings were induced by repetitive injections of L-glutamete. We hypothesize that CRH cells in mpPVN are responsible for cortical activation, whereas oxytocinergic neurons cause yawning behavior.

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  • 2023   健康の科学   Department

  • 2023   健康スポーツⅠ   Department

  • 2023   健康・スポーツ実習Ⅰa   Department

  • 2023   健康・スポーツ実習Ⅰb   Department

  • 2023   健康・スポーツ実習Ⅲb   Department

  • 2023   健康・スポーツ科学論   Department

  • 2023   演習2   Department

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Committee Memberships

  • 2016.4 -  

    体育同好会連盟 中央大学太極拳同好会   会長  

Social Activities

  • 公益社団法人 日本武術太極拳連盟 理事

    2022.6 -  

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