津山 泰一

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Name(Kanji/Kana/Abecedarium Latinum)
津山 泰一/ツヤマ タイイチ/Tsuyama, Taiichi
Primary Affiliation(Org1/Job title)
Graduate Schools Biostudies/Program-Specific Assistant Professor
Academic Degree
Field(Japanese) Field(English) University(Japanese) University(English) Method
修士(生命科学) 京都大学
博士(生命科学) 京都大学
Personal Profile
(Japanese)
主にショウジョウバエ個体を使ってエネルギー代謝について研究している。エネルギー代謝は恒常性の維持だけでなく、疾患の発生にも密接に関わる重要なテーマである。構造生物学から生態学まで様々な分野で研究されており、幅広い分野の考え方を学ぶ機会が多い。
(English)
I study energetic metabolism by using Drosophila melanogaster. Energetic metabolism is an important factor not only for maintaining homeostasis but also triggering pathogenetic processes in many diseases. As energetic metabolism is studied in various fields of biology from structural biology to ecology, we can learn many different ways to think in these fields by studying energetic metabolism.
researchmap URL
https://researchmap.jp/7000023219
Research Topics
(Japanese)
エネルギー代謝、ショウジョウバエ発生生物学
(English)
Energetic metabolism, Developmental biology using Drosophila
Overview of the research
(Japanese)
現在はショウジョウバエの成虫型脂肪組織の発生過程を研究している。ショウジョウバエは代謝研究における主要なモデル生物の一つであるにも関わらず、この組織がどのように発生するかはほとんど明らかにされていない。
(English)
I'm currently studying developmental mechanisms of the adult-type fat body in Drosophila melanogaster. While Drosophila is one of the most common model organisms for metabolism study, its developmental processes have been unclear.
Fields of research (key words)
Key words(Japanese) Key words(English)
細胞生物学 Cell biology
発生生物学 Developmental biology
エネルギー代謝 Energetic metabolism
ATP可視化 ATP imaging
Published Papers
Author Author(Japanese) Author(English) Title Title(Japanese) Title(English) Bibliography Bibliography(Japanese) Bibliography(English) Publication date Refereed paper Language Publishing type Disclose
Tsuyama T, Tsubouchi A, Usui T, Imamura H, Uemura T Tsuyama T, Tsubouchi A, Usui T, Imamura H, Uemura T Tsuyama T, Tsubouchi A, Usui T, Imamura H, Uemura T Mitochondrial dysfunction induces dendritic loss via eIF2α phosphorylation. Mitochondrial dysfunction induces dendritic loss via eIF2α phosphorylation. Mitochondrial dysfunction induces dendritic loss via eIF2α phosphorylation. The Journal of cell biology, 216, 3, 815-834 The Journal of cell biology, 216, 3, 815-834 The Journal of cell biology, 216, 3, 815-834 2017/03 Refereed Disclose to all
Takayama Y, Itoh RE, Tsuyama T, Uemura T Takayama Y, Itoh RE, Tsuyama T, Uemura T Takayama Y, Itoh RE, Tsuyama T, Uemura T Age-dependent deterioration of locomotion in Drosophila melanogaster deficient in the homologue of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 2. Age-dependent deterioration of locomotion in Drosophila melanogaster deficient in the homologue of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 2. Age-dependent deterioration of locomotion in Drosophila melanogaster deficient in the homologue of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 2. Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms, 19, 6, 464-477 Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms, 19, 6, 464-477 Genes to cells : devoted to molecular & cellular mechanisms, 19, 6, 464-477 2014/06 Refereed Disclose to all
Tsuyama T, Kishikawa J, Han YW, Harada Y, Tsubouchi A, Noji H, Kakizuka A, Yokoyama K, Uemura T, Imamura H Tsuyama T, Kishikawa J, Han YW, Harada Y, Tsubouchi A, Noji H, Kakizuka A, Yokoyama K, Uemura T, Imamura H Tsuyama T, Kishikawa J, Han YW, Harada Y, Tsubouchi A, Noji H, Kakizuka A, Yokoyama K, Uemura T, Imamura H In vivo fluorescent adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) imaging of Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans by using a genetically encoded fluorescent ATP biosensor optimized for low temperatures. In vivo fluorescent adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) imaging of Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans by using a genetically encoded fluorescent ATP biosensor optimized for low temperatures. In vivo fluorescent adenosine 5'-triphosphate (ATP) imaging of Drosophila melanogaster and Caenorhabditis elegans by using a genetically encoded fluorescent ATP biosensor optimized for low temperatures. Analytical chemistry, 85, 16, 7889-7896 Analytical chemistry, 85, 16, 7889-7896 Analytical chemistry, 85, 16, 7889-7896 2013/08 Refereed Disclose to all
Tsubouchi A, Tsuyama T, Fujioka M, Kohda H, Okamoto-Furuta K, Aigaki T, Uemura T Tsubouchi A, Tsuyama T, Fujioka M, Kohda H, Okamoto-Furuta K, Aigaki T, Uemura T Tsubouchi A, Tsuyama T, Fujioka M, Kohda H, Okamoto-Furuta K, Aigaki T, Uemura T Mitochondrial protein Preli-like is required for development of dendritic arbors and prevents their regression in the Drosophila sensory nervous system. Mitochondrial protein Preli-like is required for development of dendritic arbors and prevents their regression in the Drosophila sensory nervous system. Mitochondrial protein Preli-like is required for development of dendritic arbors and prevents their regression in the Drosophila sensory nervous system. Development (Cambridge, England), 136, 22, 3757-3766 Development (Cambridge, England), 136, 22, 3757-3766 Development (Cambridge, England), 136, 22, 3757-3766 2009/11 Refereed Disclose to all
Shimono K, Fujimoto A, Tsuyama T, Yamamoto-Kochi M, Sato M, Hattori Y, Sugimura K, Usui T, Kimura K, Uemura T Shimono K, Fujimoto A, Tsuyama T, Yamamoto-Kochi M, Sato M, Hattori Y, Sugimura K, Usui T, Kimura K, Uemura T Shimono K, Fujimoto A, Tsuyama T, Yamamoto-Kochi M, Sato M, Hattori Y, Sugimura K, Usui T, Kimura K, Uemura T Multidendritic sensory neurons in the adult Drosophila abdomen: origins, dendritic morphology, and segment- and age-dependent programmed cell death. Multidendritic sensory neurons in the adult Drosophila abdomen: origins, dendritic morphology, and segment- and age-dependent programmed cell death. Multidendritic sensory neurons in the adult Drosophila abdomen: origins, dendritic morphology, and segment- and age-dependent programmed cell death. Neural development, 4, 37 Neural development, 4, 37 Neural development, 4, 37 2009/10 Refereed Disclose to all
Satoh D, Sato D, Tsuyama T, Saito M, Ohkura H, Rolls MM, Ishikawa F, Uemura T Satoh D, Sato D, Tsuyama T, Saito M, Ohkura H, Rolls MM, Ishikawa F, Uemura T Satoh D, Sato D, Tsuyama T, Saito M, Ohkura H, Rolls MM, Ishikawa F, Uemura T Spatial control of branching within dendritic arbors by dynein-dependent transport of Rab5-endosomes. Spatial control of branching within dendritic arbors by dynein-dependent transport of Rab5-endosomes. Spatial control of branching within dendritic arbors by dynein-dependent transport of Rab5-endosomes. Nature cell biology, 10, 10, 1164-1171 Nature cell biology, 10, 10, 1164-1171 Nature cell biology, 10, 10, 1164-1171 2008/10 Refereed Disclose to all
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Conference Activities & Talks
Title Title(Japanese) Title(English) Conference Conference(Japanese) Conference(English) Promotor Promotor(Japanese) Promotor(English) Date Language Assortment Disclose
Developmental behaviors of adult fat body cells during metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster Developmental behaviors of adult fat body cells during metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster Developmental behaviors of adult fat body cells during metamorphosis in Drosophila melanogaster The 13th Japanese Drosophila Research Conference The 13th Japanese Drosophila Research Conference The 13th Japanese Drosophila Research Conference 2018 English Disclose to all
FRET型ATPセンサーを用いたショウジョウバエ神経細胞におけるATP濃度と消費速度の可視化 FRET型ATPセンサーを用いたショウジョウバエ神経細胞におけるATP濃度と消費速度の可視化 FRET型ATPセンサーを用いたショウジョウバエ神経細胞におけるATP濃度と消費速度の可視化 日本生体エネルギー研究会第43回討論会 日本生体エネルギー研究会第43回討論会 日本生体エネルギー研究会第43回討論会 2017 Japanese Disclose to all
Scaling growth of neuronal dendritic arbors Scaling growth of neuronal dendritic arbors Scaling growth of neuronal dendritic arbors 第37回日本分子生物学会年会 第37回日本分子生物学会年会 第37回日本分子生物学会年会 2014 English Disclose to all
Mechanistic analysis of neuronal subtype-specific dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using in vivo ATP imaging. Mechanistic analysis of neuronal subtype-specific dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using in vivo ATP imaging. Mechanistic analysis of neuronal subtype-specific dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using in vivo ATP imaging. 第3回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 第3回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 第3回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 2014 Japanese Disclose to all
Mechanistic analysis of dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using FRET-based ATP imaging in vivo. Mechanistic analysis of dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using FRET-based ATP imaging in vivo. Mechanistic analysis of dendritic regression due to mitochondrial dysfunction using FRET-based ATP imaging in vivo. 第85回日本生化学会年会 第85回日本生化学会年会 第85回日本生化学会年会 2012 English Disclose to all
Towards applications of ATeam to monitor ATP levels at single cell resolution in Drosophila melanogaster Towards applications of ATeam to monitor ATP levels at single cell resolution in Drosophila melanogaster Towards applications of ATeam to monitor ATP levels at single cell resolution in Drosophila melanogaster 第2回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 第2回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 第2回 発生過程におけるエネルギー代謝を考える会 2012 Japanese Disclose to all
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