Laboratory of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Biology
Welcome to our laboratory!
Our laboratory aim to contribute to the development of regenerative medicine by studying the biology of functional stem cells and its related factors, especially the hypoxic stimuli.
Ms. Vuong Cat Khanh published her research paper titled "Uremic Toxins affect the imbalance of redox state and overexpression of Prolyl Hidroxylase 2 in Human Adipose Tissue-derived Messenchymal Stem Cells involved in wound healing."Read more.
Mr. Yuki Sato, Mr. Ryota Oda, and Miss Ayami Hara join our laboratory.
Congratulations to Mr. Akira Shiraishi for his graduation from Doctoral Program in Biomedical Sciences.
Congratulations to Mr. Kouta Kumazawa and Mr. Yuki Yoshinaga for their graduation from Master Program in Medical Sciences.
Congratulations to Ms. Natsumi Izawa for her graduation from Bachelor Program in Medical Sciences.
Prof. Ohneda contributed his experience in the nomenclature for Endothelial Progenitor Cells in the paper "Endothelial Progenitors: A Consensus Statement on Nomenclature." Read more.
Thank you 2016 and Happy New Year 2017. 明けましておめでとうございます！
Mr. Akira Shiraishi published his research paper titled "Hypoxia promotes the phenotypic change of aldehyde dehydrogenase activity of breast cancer stem cells.".Read more.
Mr. Shinichi Fukuda (Alumni) published his research paper titled "In vivo retinal and choroidal hypoxia imaging using a novel activatable hypoxia-selective near-infrared fluorescent probe".Read more.
Our laboratory is mainly focused on these topics:
Stem Cells & Hypoxia Group
Investigating the molecular mechanism of HIF in hypoxic stress
Tissue Stem Cell Group
Analysis of functional adult stem cells and progenitor cells for clinical application
Cancer Stem Cell Group
Researching cancer relapse with cancer stem cells
Embryonic Stem Cell Group
Decoding ectodermal development using ES cell approach