result

  show advanced search
  • 1-11 / 11
  • display number
  • order by date
  • order by researcher's name
  • order by affiliation
2019-1021-07
Life sciences
posted:2019/10/21

Development of cosmetic products targeting cell endogenous activation

HARA, Taichi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
● Degradation of abnormal proteins by enhancing autophagy.● Elimination of damaged mitochondria by mitophagy reduces the source of active oxygen.● Intrinsic protection from aging or environmental stress by increasing cellular stress response system
read more
2019-1021-02
Life sciences
posted:2019/10/21

Evaluation and identification of calorie restriction mimetic molecules

CHIBA, Takuya Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
● We developed the screening system for the identification of calorie restriction mimetics.● This system is unique, rapid and easy to use. ● This system is applicable both in vitro and in vivo.
read more
2018-1123-09
Life sciences
posted:2018/11/30

Ear thermometer for heat illness prevention

NAGASHIMA, Kei Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
●  Health risks associated with hot climate during labor and sports are increasing.  ●  However, there are no effective bio-sensing devices to predict or judge such personal risk. ●  We need to develop an accurate and simple device evaluating deep body temp...
read more
2018-0927-08
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

Development of a device and algorithm for prevention of exertional heat stroke

NAGASHIMA, Kei Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
● We have developed devices monitoring deep body temperature on fields,  ● the algorithm predicting the risks, using heart rates and body temperature data. ● Collecting the data and personal log will give us more accurate information.
read more
2018-0927-04
Life sciences
posted:2018/09/27

Drug screening targeting intracellular accumulation of abnormal proteins

HARA, Taichi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
● Elucidation of the molecular mechanisms for the intracellular accumulation of abnormal proteins (Fig. 2).  ● Development of screening technique targeting protein quality control systems.
read more
2013-0130-03
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Technology for screening anti-aging substances

CHIBA, Takuya Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
We have established a system of using cultured cells for screening and transgenic mice to examine and evaluate substances that have the equivalent effect in anti-aging as calorie restriction. Pro-longevity transcription factor binding sites (DFCR-RE: dwarfism and calorie restr...
read more
2013-0130-04
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Deficient DNA damage response and progeria

CHIBA, Takuya Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences)
Through the functional analysis of multiple proteins involved in the copying, repair and recombination of DNA identified as being the genetic cause of progeria, we are carrying out research into the breakdown and accelerated aging of the mechanism that maintains genomic homeos...
read more
2013-0130-15
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Evaluation of comfort through measurement of brain activity

KUMANO, Hiroaki Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
By measuring blood flow in the brain in real time through optical topography (NIRS), we can provide an objective, numerical index of the state of comfort or emotions. This will assist in the search for more effective stimulatory conditions and designs.
read more
2013-0130-16
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Ways to alleviate mood disorders through attention training

KUMANO, Hiroaki Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
Focusing on “rumination = repeated recalling of past events and being tormented by them,” often seen in depression, we are developing a form of neurobehavioral therapy based on attention training to alleviate rumination. We can provide treatments that suit the symptoms of the ...
read more
2013-0130-17
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Interfaces that make use of the characteristics of cutaneous sensation

FUJIMOTO, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
Designing an information communicating device for the visually impairedAnalyzing the characteristics of a variety of tactile sensing such as differences in the surface area, the layer structure and hardness (Young’s modulus), slipperiness, etc., and proposing devices that make...
read more
2013-0130-18
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

The development of facilities and equipment based on analyses of the motor functions of the legs

FUJIMOTO, Hiroshi Professor (Faculty of Human Sciences School of Human Sciences)
Analyzing the effects of tactile paving and inclined obstacles on the walking of healthy people, the elderly and injured people (an examination of stress or danger of tripping while walking).Elucidating the mechanical properties of the structure of the foot (e.g., the arch) wh...
read more
csv download