Dr. Tamauchi Hidekazu

Dr. Tamauchi Hidekazu

Ehime Prefectural University of Health Scinece

Medical Technology Immunology
543 Takooda, Tobe, Japan, 791-2101

plus Speciality

IMMUNOLOGY

Biography:

1. Takushi Tadakuma, Tatsuji Yasuda, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazuhisa Saito, Toru Tsumita and Stephan C. Kinsky. : Effect of lipid A incorporation of liposomal model membranes as Thymus-independent type 1 or type 2 immunogen. J.I muunol. 128:206-210,1982. 2. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takushi Tadakuma, Tatsuji Yasuda, Toru Tsumita and Kazuhisa Saito. : Enhancement of immunogenicity by incorporation of lipid A into liposomal membranes and its application to membrane-associated antigens. Immunol. 50:605-612,1983. ?3.Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazuo Shimamura, Ko Okumura, Sonoko Habu and Norikazu Tamaoki. : The in vivo role of murine natural killer cells in the development of B cell lineage in bone marrow. Tokai. J. Exp. Clin. Med. 10 (6): 621-629,1985. 4. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Norikazu Tamaoki and Sonoko Habu. : CD4+CD8+ ?thymocytes into CD4 or CD8 single-positive cells in athymic nude mice. ??Eur. J. Immunol. 18:1859-1862,1988. 5. Koichi Kubota and Hidekazu Tamauchi. : Three-dimensional collagen matrices as cell cultures substrate affect the generation of allo reactive cytotoxic T lymphocytes. Immunol. Lett. 18: 119-124,1988. 6. Norikazu Tamoki, Masato Ueda, Shuichi Tamuchi, Kumiko Yamamoto and ? Yutaka Mishima. : Use of nude mice in experimental Neutron caputure ? therapy with 10B-BPA. Pig. Cell. Res. 2:343-344,1989. 7. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Noboru Yamaura, Hiromi Takahashi and Hidetoshi Inoko. : Production and characterization of a human monoclonalantibody recognizing a new antigen expressed on some lymphoid cells. Jpn. J.Cancer. Res. 81:153-160,1990. 8. Takehito Sato, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hideo Yagita, Yoji Arata, Ko Okumura and Sonoko Habu. : Dissociation of signal transduction via Thy-1 and CD3 antigens in murine T cells. Immunol.Lett. 26:99-101,1990. 9. Takehisa Akiyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazumi Nakazato, Kimio Yashiro and Yoshito Itho. : Possible role of Streptococcus pyogenes in mucocutaneous lymph node sydrome XI. Immunoelectron microscopic observation of Protoplast-like spherical bodies detected in peripheral blood of MCLS patients. Acta. Paediatr. Jpn. 33:292-299,1991. 10. Takeshi Sasahara, Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Nobutaka Osawa. : Oxygen-independent antimicrobial activity against Salmonella enteritidis of spcificially activated macrophage with living vaccine. The Kitasato Arch. Exp. Med. 65(4): 225-237,1992. 11. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Hidetoshi Inoko. : Modulation of cell surface antigens and regulation of phagocytic activity mediated by CD11b in the monocytes-like cell line U937 in response to lipopolysaccaride. Tissue Antigens. 38:125-132,1993. 12. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takeshi Sasahara and Sonoko Habu. : CD4+CD8+ cells lacking self-Mls reactive T cells are induced in mesenteric lymph nodes of Salmonella enteritidis infected mice. Immunol. Lett. 37:123-130,1993. 13. Takeshi Sasahara, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Nobunao Ikewaki and Koichi Kubota. : Unique properties of a cytotoxic CD4+CD8+ intraepithelial T cell line established from the mouse intestinal epithelium. Microbiol. Immunol. 38(3):191-199,1994. 14. Koichi Koyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Yoichi Ito. : The role of CD4+ or CD8+ T cells is protective immunity to murine nematode parasite Trichuris muris. Parasite Immunology. 17:161-165,1995. 15. Koichi Kubota, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Kazumi Nakazato. : Deregulated c-myc expression is sufficient for emergernce of the tumorigenic phenotype in malig-nancy-suppressed intra T-cell lymphoma hybrids: an in vitro for multistep lymphomagenesis. Cancer Lett. 101:199-203,1996. 16. Koichi Kubota, Kazumi Nakazato, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takeshi Sasahra and Hideki Katoh. : Generation of novel killer hybridomas derived from proliferation-suppressedsomatic cell hybrids between YACUT T cell lymphoma and normal lymphocyts activated in secondary mixed lymphocytes. J.Immunol. Methods. 192:137-147,1996. 17. Yoh Dobashi, Masaki Chigira, Mitsuhiko Shoji, Yoko Wakata, Masatoshi Kitagawa, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Tetsu Akiyama and Toru Kameya. : Cell cycle control with minimal participation of Cdk2 in a murine fibrosarcoma clone cultured in protein-free medium. Biochemical and biophysical reserech communications. 232:622-625,1997. 18. Koichi Koyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Masahiro Tomita, Takashi Kitajima and Yoichi Ito. : B-cell activation in the mesenteric lymph nodes of resistant BALB/c mice infected with the murine nematoda parasite Trichuris muris. Parasitol. Res. 85(3):194-199,1999. 19. Mikio Masuzawa, Takao Fujimura Yuhko Hamada, Yuhsuke Fujita, Hisamichi Hara, Shigeo Nishiyama, Kensei Katsuoka, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Yoshinori Sakurai. : Establishment of a human hemangiosarcoma cell line (ISO-HAS). Int. J. Cancer 81:305-308,1999. 20. Yasuyuki Amo, Yukinori Ohta, Kensei Katsuoka and Hidekiazu Tamauchi : CD40 ligation inhibits trichlemmomo cell proliferation and induces IL-6. J. Derma. Sci. 22:125-131,2000. 21. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Akira Yamada, Norimasa Mori, ?? Hiromichi Yamano Hiroshi Inoue and Hidetoshi Inoko. : A unique ?? monoclonal antibody mNI-11 rapidly enhances spred formation in human ?? umbilical vein endothelial cells. J. Clin. Immunol. 20(6): 317-334, 2000. 22. Yasuyuki Amo, Mikio Masuzawa, Yhuko Hamada, Hiroshi Takasu, Takao Fujimura, Kensei Katsuoka and Hidekazu Tamauchi. : Serum levels of vascular endothelial growth factor in a hemangiosarcoma patient with a new- typed p53-gene point mutation. Br. J. Dermatol. 143(11): 1118-1119,2000. 23. Mikio Masuzawa, Naoko Mochida, Takafumi Amano, Tkao Fujimura, Yuhko Hamada, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yoshinori Sakurai, Shigeo Nishiyama and Kensei Katsuoka. : Evaluation of recombinant interleukin-2 immunotherapy for human hemanci osarsoma in a SCID mice model (WB-SCID). J. Derma. Sci, 27:88-94,2001. 24. Naohiro Watanabe, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hideyuki Ozawa, Mamoru Ito, Zoltan Ovary, Sonoko Habu. : Th2 immune responses in GATA-3 transgenic mice infected with Heligmosomoides polygyrus. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 131 (Suppl1):11-14,2003. 25. Okiru Komine, Keitaro Hayashi, Wake Natsume, Toshio Watanabe, Youichi Seki, Noriyasu Seki, Ryoji Yagi, Wataru Sukzuki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Katsuto Hozumi, Sonoko Habu, Masato Kubo, Satake Masato. : The Runx1 transcri- ption factor inhibits the differentiation of naive CD4+ T cells into the Th2 lineage by repressing GATA3 expression. J. Exp. Med. 198 (1): 51-61, 2003. 26. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Masazumi Terashima, Mamoru Ito, Hiroko Maruyama, Nobunao Ikewaki, Matsuhisa Inoue, Xiuhua Gao, Katsuto Hozumi, and Sonoko Habu : Evidence of GATA-3 dependentTh2 commitment during the in vivo immune response. Int. Immunol. 16(1): 179-187,2004 27. Nobunao Ikewaki, Noboru Fujii, Takashi Okano, Yasuho Fukumoto, Saoutarou Iwamoto, Hidekazu Tamauchi. Properties of the mouse peritoneal cells immunized with ?-1.3-1.6 guluca produced by Aureobasidum pullulans. J. of Kyushu Univ. of Health and Welfare. 5:167-172, 2004. 28. Hiroko Maruyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Minoru Hashimoto and Takahisa Naoko. : Suppression of Th2 immune responses by Mekabu fucoidan from Undaria pinnatifidia sporophylls. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 137:289-294, 2005. 29. Hideyuki Ozawa, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Mamoru Ito, Masazumi Terashima, Mastuhisa Inoue, Katsuto Hozumi, Sonoko Habu, Naohiro Watanabe. : Immunologic cacharacterization of Nippostrongylus brasiliensis and tuberculin protein in GATA-3-transgenic mice. Immunol. Lett. 99(2):228-35,2005. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 30. ErikoTakei, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hiroko Maruyama, Kuniaki , Nakanishi, Masakazu Ishikawa Nobuya Unnno and Sonoko Habu. : Immunological characterization of superantigen-induced intrauterine fetal and newborn death. Am J Reprod Immunol. 54(4):232-239, 2005. 31. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yuki Yoshida, Takehio Sato, Satoshi Hachimura, Matsuhisa Inoue, Shuichi Kaminogawam, Sonoko Habu. Oral antigen induces antigen-specific activation of intraepithelial CD4+ lymphocytes but suppresses their activation in spleen. Immunobiol. 210:709-721,2005. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 32. Maruyama H, Tamauchi H, Iizuka M, Nakano T. The role of NK cells in antitumor activity of dietary fucoidan from Undaria pinnatifida sporophylls (Mekabu). Planta Med. 72(15): 1415-1417, 2006. ?33. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Hidetoshi Inoko. Decrease in CD93 (C1qRp) expression in a human monocytes-like cell line (U937) treated with various apoptosis-inducing chemical substances. Microbiol. Immunol. 51:1189-1200, 2007. 34. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi. A monoclonal antibody, mNI-58A, against CD11a induces homotypic cell aggregation and promotes interferon-? production by the human NK-like cell line, KHYG-1. J. of Kyushu Univ. of Health and Welfare. 10:217-227, 2009. 35. Shiro Niiyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yasuyuki Amoh, Masazumi Terashima, Yukiko Matsumura, Maho Kanoh, Sonoko Habu, Jun Komotorr, Kensei Katsuoka?Th2 immune response plays a critical role in the development of nickel-induced allergic contact dermatitis?Int Ach Allergy Immumol. 153: 303-314, 2010. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 36. Ale MT, Maruyama H, Tamauchi H, Mikkelsen JD, Meyer AS. Fucoidan from Sargassum sp. and Fucus vesiculosus reduces cell viability of lung carcinoma and melanoma cells in vitro and activates natural killer cells in mice in vivo. Int J Biol Macromol. 49: 331-336, 2011. 37. Marcel Tutor Ale, Hiroko Maruyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Jørn D. Mikkelsen and Anne S. Meyer. Fucose-Containing Sulfated Polysaccharides from Brown Seaweeds Inhibit Proliferation of Melanoma Cells and Induce Apoptosis by Activation of Caspase-3 in Vitro. Mar. Drugs. 9 (12), 2605-2621. 2011. doi:10.3390/md9122605 38. Hidekazu Tamauchi , Yasuyuki Amoh Y, Mamoru Itoh , Masazumi Terashima, Mikio Masuzawa, Sonoko Habu S, Kensei Katsuoka , Kazuya Iwabuchi . GATA-3 regulates contact hyperresponsiveness in a murine model of allergic dermatitis. Immunobiology. 217(4):446-454, 2012. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 39. Akiko Ogawa, Naoaki Okuda, Katsuya Hio, Hideyuki Kanematsu, Hidekazu.Tamauchi. The monitoring possibility of some mammalian cells for zinc concentrations on metallic materials. Cytotechnology. 2012. 64(3):341-347. 40. Yasuhiro Andoh, Nisako Ogura, Masashi Satoh, Kentaro Shimano, Hironori Okuno, Satoshi Fujii, Naoki Ishimori, Koji Eshima, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Tatsuro Otani, Yukihito Nakai, Luc Van Kaer, Hiroyuki Tsutsui, Kazunori Onoe, Kazuya Iwabuchi. Natural killer T cells are required for lipopolysaccharide- mediated enhancement of atherosclerosis in apolipoprotein E-deficient mice. Immunobiolgy. (in press) 1. Takushi Tadakuma, Tatsuji Yasuda, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazuhisa Saito, Toru Tsumita and Stephan C. Kinsky. : Effect of lipid A incorporation of liposomal model membranes as Thymus-independent type 1 or type 2 immunogen. J.I muunol. 128:206-210,1982. 2. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takushi Tadakuma, Tatsuji Yasuda, Toru Tsumita and Kazuhisa Saito. : Enhancement of immunogenicity by incorporation of lipid A into liposomal membranes and its application to membrane-associated antigens. Immunol. 50:605-612,1983. ?3.Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazuo Shimamura, Ko Okumura, Sonoko Habu and Norikazu Tamaoki. : The in vivo role of murine natural killer cells in the development of B cell lineage in bone marrow. Tokai. J. Exp. Clin. Med. 10 (6): 621-629,1985. 4. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Norikazu Tamaoki and Sonoko Habu. : CD4+CD8+ ?thymocytes into CD4 or CD8 single-positive cells in athymic nude mice. ??Eur. J. Immunol. 18:1859-1862,1988. 5. Koichi Kubota and Hidekazu Tamauchi. : Three-dimensional collagen matrices as cell cultures substrate affect the generation of allo reactive cytotoxic T lymphocytes. Immunol. Lett. 18: 119-124,1988. 6. Norikazu Tamoki, Masato Ueda, Shuichi Tamuchi, Kumiko Yamamoto and ? Yutaka Mishima. : Use of nude mice in experimental Neutron caputure ? therapy with 10B-BPA. Pig. Cell. Res. 2:343-344,1989. 7. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Noboru Yamaura, Hiromi Takahashi and Hidetoshi Inoko. : Production and characterization of a human monoclonalantibody recognizing a new antigen expressed on some lymphoid cells. Jpn. J.Cancer. Res. 81:153-160,1990. 8. Takehito Sato, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hideo Yagita, Yoji Arata, Ko Okumura and Sonoko Habu. : Dissociation of signal transduction via Thy-1 and CD3 antigens in murine T cells. Immunol.Lett. 26:99-101,1990. 9. Takehisa Akiyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Kazumi Nakazato, Kimio Yashiro and Yoshito Itho. : Possible role of Streptococcus pyogenes in mucocutaneous lymph node sydrome XI. Immunoelectron microscopic observation of Protoplast-like spherical bodies detected in peripheral blood of MCLS patients. Acta. Paediatr. Jpn. 33:292-299,1991. 10. Takeshi Sasahara, Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Nobutaka Osawa. : Oxygen-independent antimicrobial activity against Salmonella enteritidis of spcificially activated macrophage with living vaccine. The Kitasato Arch. Exp. Med. 65(4): 225-237,1992. 11. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Hidetoshi Inoko. : Modulation of cell surface antigens and regulation of phagocytic activity mediated by CD11b in the monocytes-like cell line U937 in response to lipopolysaccaride. Tissue Antigens. 38:125-132,1993. 12. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takeshi Sasahara and Sonoko Habu. : CD4+CD8+ cells lacking self-Mls reactive T cells are induced in mesenteric lymph nodes of Salmonella enteritidis infected mice. Immunol. Lett. 37:123-130,1993. 13. Takeshi Sasahara, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Nobunao Ikewaki and Koichi Kubota. : Unique properties of a cytotoxic CD4+CD8+ intraepithelial T cell line established from the mouse intestinal epithelium. Microbiol. Immunol. 38(3):191-199,1994. 14. Koichi Koyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Yoichi Ito. : The role of CD4+ or CD8+ T cells is protective immunity to murine nematode parasite Trichuris muris. Parasite Immunology. 17:161-165,1995. 15. Koichi Kubota, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Kazumi Nakazato. : Deregulated c-myc expression is sufficient for emergernce of the tumorigenic phenotype in malig-nancy-suppressed intra T-cell lymphoma hybrids: an in vitro for multistep lymphomagenesis. Cancer Lett. 101:199-203,1996. 16. Koichi Kubota, Kazumi Nakazato, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Takeshi Sasahra and Hideki Katoh. : Generation of novel killer hybridomas derived from proliferation-suppressedsomatic cell hybrids between YACUT T cell lymphoma and normal lymphocyts activated in secondary mixed lymphocytes. J.Immunol. Methods. 192:137-147,1996. 17. Yoh Dobashi, Masaki Chigira, Mitsuhiko Shoji, Yoko Wakata, Masatoshi Kitagawa, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Tetsu Akiyama and Toru Kameya. : Cell cycle control with minimal participation of Cdk2 in a murine fibrosarcoma clone cultured in protein-free medium. Biochemical and biophysical reserech communications. 232:622-625,1997. 18. Koichi Koyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Masahiro Tomita, Takashi Kitajima and Yoichi Ito. : B-cell activation in the mesenteric lymph nodes of resistant BALB/c mice infected with the murine nematoda parasite Trichuris muris. Parasitol. Res. 85(3):194-199,1999. 19. Mikio Masuzawa, Takao Fujimura Yuhko Hamada, Yuhsuke Fujita, Hisamichi Hara, Shigeo Nishiyama, Kensei Katsuoka, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Yoshinori Sakurai. : Establishment of a human hemangiosarcoma cell line (ISO-HAS). Int. J. Cancer 81:305-308,1999. 20. Yasuyuki Amo, Yukinori Ohta, Kensei Katsuoka and Hidekiazu Tamauchi : CD40 ligation inhibits trichlemmomo cell proliferation and induces IL-6. J. Derma. Sci. 22:125-131,2000. 21. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Akira Yamada, Norimasa Mori, ?? Hiromichi Yamano Hiroshi Inoue and Hidetoshi Inoko. : A unique ?? monoclonal antibody mNI-11 rapidly enhances spred formation in human ?? umbilical vein endothelial cells. J. Clin. Immunol. 20(6): 317-334, 2000. 22. Yasuyuki Amo, Mikio Masuzawa, Yhuko Hamada, Hiroshi Takasu, Takao Fujimura, Kensei Katsuoka and Hidekazu Tamauchi. : Serum levels of vascular endothelial growth factor in a hemangiosarcoma patient with a new- typed p53-gene point mutation. Br. J. Dermatol. 143(11): 1118-1119,2000. 23. Mikio Masuzawa, Naoko Mochida, Takafumi Amano, Tkao Fujimura, Yuhko Hamada, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yoshinori Sakurai, Shigeo Nishiyama and Kensei Katsuoka. : Evaluation of recombinant interleukin-2 immunotherapy for human hemanci osarsoma in a SCID mice model (WB-SCID). J. Derma. Sci, 27:88-94,2001. 24. Naohiro Watanabe, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hideyuki Ozawa, Mamoru Ito, Zoltan Ovary, Sonoko Habu. : Th2 immune responses in GATA-3 transgenic mice infected with Heligmosomoides polygyrus. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 131 (Suppl1):11-14,2003. 25. Okiru Komine, Keitaro Hayashi, Wake Natsume, Toshio Watanabe, Youichi Seki, Noriyasu Seki, Ryoji Yagi, Wataru Sukzuki, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Katsuto Hozumi, Sonoko Habu, Masato Kubo, Satake Masato. : The Runx1 transcri- ption factor inhibits the differentiation of naive CD4+ T cells into the Th2 lineage by repressing GATA3 expression. J. Exp. Med. 198 (1): 51-61, 2003. 26. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Masazumi Terashima, Mamoru Ito, Hiroko Maruyama, Nobunao Ikewaki, Matsuhisa Inoue, Xiuhua Gao, Katsuto Hozumi, and Sonoko Habu : Evidence of GATA-3 dependentTh2 commitment during the in vivo immune response. Int. Immunol. 16(1): 179-187,2004 27. Nobunao Ikewaki, Noboru Fujii, Takashi Okano, Yasuho Fukumoto, Saoutarou Iwamoto, Hidekazu Tamauchi. Properties of the mouse peritoneal cells immunized with ?-1.3-1.6 guluca produced by Aureobasidum pullulans. J. of Kyushu Univ. of Health and Welfare. 5:167-172, 2004. 28. Hiroko Maruyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Minoru Hashimoto and Takahisa Naoko. : Suppression of Th2 immune responses by Mekabu fucoidan from Undaria pinnatifidia sporophylls. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 137:289-294, 2005. 29. Hideyuki Ozawa, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Mamoru Ito, Masazumi Terashima, Mastuhisa Inoue, Katsuto Hozumi, Sonoko Habu, Naohiro Watanabe. : Immunologic cacharacterization of Nippostrongylus brasiliensis and tuberculin protein in GATA-3-transgenic mice. Immunol. Lett. 99(2):228-35,2005. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 30. ErikoTakei, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Hiroko Maruyama, Kuniaki , Nakanishi, Masakazu Ishikawa Nobuya Unnno and Sonoko Habu. : Immunological characterization of superantigen-induced intrauterine fetal and newborn death. Am J Reprod Immunol. 54(4):232-239, 2005. 31. Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yuki Yoshida, Takehio Sato, Satoshi Hachimura, Matsuhisa Inoue, Shuichi Kaminogawam, Sonoko Habu. Oral antigen induces antigen-specific activation of intraepithelial CD4+ lymphocytes but suppresses their activation in spleen. Immunobiol. 210:709-721,2005. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 32. Maruyama H, Tamauchi H, Iizuka M, Nakano T. The role of NK cells in antitumor activity of dietary fucoidan from Undaria pinnatifida sporophylls (Mekabu). Planta Med. 72(15): 1415-1417, 2006. ?33. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi and Hidetoshi Inoko. Decrease in CD93 (C1qRp) expression in a human monocytes-like cell line (U937) treated with various apoptosis-inducing chemical substances. Microbiol. Immunol. 51:1189-1200, 2007. 34. Nobunao Ikewaki, Hidekazu Tamauchi. A monoclonal antibody, mNI-58A, against CD11a induces homotypic cell aggregation and promotes interferon-? production by the human NK-like cell line, KHYG-1. J. of Kyushu Univ. of Health and Welfare. 10:217-227, 2009. 35. Shiro Niiyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Yasuyuki Amoh, Masazumi Terashima, Yukiko Matsumura, Maho Kanoh, Sonoko Habu, Jun Komotorr, Kensei Katsuoka?Th2 immune response plays a critical role in the development of nickel-induced allergic contact dermatitis?Int Ach Allergy Immumol. 153: 303-314, 2010. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 36. Ale MT, Maruyama H, Tamauchi H, Mikkelsen JD, Meyer AS. Fucoidan from Sargassum sp. and Fucus vesiculosus reduces cell viability of lung carcinoma and melanoma cells in vitro and activates natural killer cells in mice in vivo. Int J Biol Macromol. 49: 331-336, 2011. 37. Marcel Tutor Ale, Hiroko Maruyama, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Jørn D. Mikkelsen and Anne S. Meyer. Fucose-Containing Sulfated Polysaccharides from Brown Seaweeds Inhibit Proliferation of Melanoma Cells and Induce Apoptosis by Activation of Caspase-3 in Vitro. Mar. Drugs. 9 (12), 2605-2621. 2011. doi:10.3390/md9122605 38. Hidekazu Tamauchi , Yasuyuki Amoh Y, Mamoru Itoh , Masazumi Terashima, Mikio Masuzawa, Sonoko Habu S, Kensei Katsuoka , Kazuya Iwabuchi . GATA-3 regulates contact hyperresponsiveness in a murine model of allergic dermatitis. Immunobiology. 217(4):446-454, 2012. (Correspondence to: Hidekazu Tamauchi) 39. Akiko Ogawa, Naoaki Okuda, Katsuya Hio, Hideyuki Kanematsu, Hidekazu.Tamauchi. The monitoring possibility of some mammalian cells for zinc concentrations on metallic materials. Cytotechnology. 2012. 64(3):341-347. 40. Yasuhiro Andoh, Nisako Ogura, Masashi Satoh, Kentaro Shimano, Hironori Okuno, Satoshi Fujii, Naoki Ishimori, Koji Eshima, Hidekazu Tamauchi, Tatsuro Otani, Yukihito Nakai, Luc Van Kaer, Hiroyuki Tsutsui, Kazunori Onoe, Kazuya Iwabuchi. Natural killer T cells are required for lipopolysaccharide- mediated enhancement of atherosclerosis in apolipoprotein E-deficient mice. Immunobiolgy. (in press)

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