Original Papers- KIKUSATO Motoi -
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[2019]
1.Differential effects of heat stress on oxidative status of skeletal muscle with different muscle fibre compositions in broiler chicken.[Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences,(2019)]Kikusato M, Toyomizu M
10.22358/jafs/102830/2019
[2018]
2.Characterization of mitochondrial content and respiratory capacities of broiler chicken skeletal muscles with different muscle fiber compositions.[The Journal of Poultry Science,55(3),(2018)]Hakamata Y, Watanabe K, Amo T, Toyomizu M, Kikusato, M
10.2141/jpsa.0170141
[2017]
3.Mitochonic acid 5 (MA-5) facilitates ATP synthase oligomerization and cell survivalin various mitochondrial diseases.[EBioMedicine,20,(2017),27-38]2. Matsuhashi, T., Sato, T., Kanno, S., Suzuki, T., Matsuo, A., Oba, Y., Kikusato, M., Ogasawara, E., Kudo, T., Suzuki, K., Ohara, O., Shimbo, H., Nanto, F., Yamaguchi H, Saigusa D, Mukaiyama Y, Watabe A, Kikuchi K, Shima H, Mishima E, Akiyama Y, Oikawa Y, Hsin-Jung HO, Akiyama Y, Suzuki C, Uematsu M, Ogata M, Kumagai N, Toyomizu M, Hozawa A, Mano N, Owada Y, Aiba S, Yanagisawa T, Tomioka Y, Kure S, Ito S, Nakada K, Hayashi K, Osaka H, Abe T
10.1016/j.ebiom.2017.05.016.
[2016]
4.Selection for high and low oxygen consumption-induced differences in maintenance energy requirements of mice.[Animal Science Journal,(2016)]Darhan H, Kikusato M, Toyomizu M, Roh SG, Katoh K, Sato M, Suzuki, K
10.1111/asj.12740
5.Roles of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation and reactive oxygen species generation in the metabolic modification of avian skeletal muscle.[Proceedings of Japan Society of Animal Nutrition and Metabolism,60,(2016),57-68]Kikusato M, Furukawa K, Kamizono T, Hakamata Y, Toyomizu M
6.Effects of trehalose supplementation on the growth performance and intestinal innate immunity of juvenile chicks..[Br Poult Sci,(2016)]Kikusato, M Nanto, F Mukai, K Toyomizu, M
10.1080/00071668.2016.1166475
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26986698
7.Oleuropein induces mitochondrial biogenesis and decreases reactive oxygen species generation in cultured avian muscle cells, possibly via an up-regulation of peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ coactivator-1α.[Animal Science Journal,(2016)]Kikusato, M. and Muroi, H. and Uwabe, Y. and Furukawa, K. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1111/asj.12559
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8.Time-course changes in muscle protein degradation in heat-stressed chickens: Possible involvement of corticosterone and mitochondrial reactive oxygen species generation in induction of the ubiquitin-proteasome system.[Gen. Comp. Endocrinol.,228,(2016),105-110]Furukawa, K. and Kikusato, M. and Kamizono, T. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1016/j.ygcen.2016.02.007
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9.Effect of feeding diets combining whole-grain paddy rice and high levels of fat on broiler chicken growth.[Journal of Poultry Science,53(1),(2016),34-39]Nanto, F. and Ito, C. and Kikusato, M. and Toyomizu, M.
10.2141/jpsa.0150070
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[2015]
10.Mitochonic Acid 5 Binds Mitochondria and Ameliorates Renal Tubular and Cardiac Myocyte Damage..[J Am Soc Nephrol,(2015)]Suzuki, Takehiro Yamaguchi, Hiroaki Kikusato, Motoi Hashizume, Osamu Nagatoishi, Satoru Matsuo, Akihiro Sato, Takeya Kudo, Tai Matsuhashi, Tetsuro Murayama, Kazutaka Ohba, Yuki Watanabe, Shun Kanno, Shin-Ichiro Minaki, Daichi Saigusa, Daisuke Shinbo, Hiroko Mori, Nobuyoshi Yuri, Akinori Yokoro, Miyuki Mishima, Eikan Shima, Hisato Akiyama, Yasutoshi Takeuchi, Yoichi Kikuchi, Koichi Toyohara, Takafumi Suzuki, Chitose Ichimura, Takaharu Anzai, Jun-Ichi Kohzuki, Masahiro Mano, Nariyasu Kure, Shigeo Yanagisawa, Teruyuki Tomioka, Yoshihisa Tohyomizu, Masaaki Tsumoto, Kohei Nakada, Kazuto Bonventre, Joseph V Ito, Sadayoshi Osaka, Hitoshi Hayashi, Ken-Ichi Abe, Takaaki
10.1681/ASN.2015060623
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26609120
11.Selection for high and low oxygen consumption altered hepatic mitochondrial energy efficiency in mice.[Anim. Sci. J.,86(9),(2015),818-825]Hong, Y. and Ardiyanti, A. and Kikusato, M. and Shimazu, T. and Toyomizu, M. and Suzuki, K.
10.1111/asj.12366
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12.Effects of whole-grain paddy rice on growth performance, oxidative stress and morphological alterations of the intestine in broiler chickens exposed to acute and chronic heat stress.[J. Poult. Sci.,52(2),(2015),109-118]Nanto, F. and Ito, C. and Kikusato, M. and Toyomizu, M.
10.2141/jpsa.0140009
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13.Possible involvement of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species production in protein degradation induced by heat stress in avian muscle cells.[J. Poult. Sci.,52(4),(2015),260-267]Furukawa, K. and Kikusato, M. and Kamizono, T. and Yoshida, H. and Toyomizu, M.
10.2141/jpsa.0150028
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14.Methionine deficiency leads to hepatic fat accretion via impairment of fatty acid import by carnitine palmitoyltransferase I.[Brit. Poult. Sci.,56(2),(2015),225-231]Kikusato, M. and Sudo, S. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1080/00071668.2014.996529
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15.Effect of feeding butoxybutyl alcohol on the growth performance and status of skeletal muscle proteolysis in broiler chickens.[J. Agric. Sci.,153(5),(2015),920-928]Kamizono, T and Saputra, D.b and Miura, I.c and Kikusato, M.a and Hayashi, K.b and Toyomizu, M.a
10.1017/S0021859615000039
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16.The suppressive effect of dietary coenzyme Q10 on mitochondrial reactive oxygen species production and oxidative stress in chickens exposed to heat stress.[Anim. Sci. J.,(2015)]Kikusato, M. and Nakamura, K. and Mikami, Y. and Mujahid, A. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1111/asj.12543
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17.Mitochonic acid 5 (MA-5), a derivative of the plant hormone indole-3-acetic acid, improves survival of fibroblasts from patients with mitochondrial diseases.[Tohoku J. Exp. Med.,236(3),(2015),225-232]Suzuki, T.a b and Yamaguchi, H.c and Kikusato, M.d and Matsuhashi, T.e and Matsuo, A.a and Sato, T.f and Oba, Y.a and Watanabe, S.a and Minaki, D.g and Saigusa, D.h and Shimbo, H.i and Mori, N.j and Mishima, E.a and Shima, H.a and Akiyama, Y.a and Takeuchi, Y.a and Yuri, A.k and Kikuchi, K.a l and Toyohara, T.a and Suzuki, C.a and Kohzuki, M.j and Anzai, J.-I.g and Mano, N.c and Kure, S.e and Yanagisawa, T.f and Tomioka, Y.k and Toyomizu, M.d and Ito, S.a and Osaka, H.m and Hayashi, K.-I.n and Abe, T
10.1620/tjem.236.225
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18.Effect of heat stress-induced production of mitochondrial reactive oxygen species on NADPH oxidase and heme oxygenase-1 mRNA levels in avian muscle cells.[J. Therm. Biol.,52,(2015),8-13]Kikusato, M. and Yoshida, H. and Furukawa, K. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1016/j.jtherbio.2015.04.005
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19.Moderate dependence of reactive oxygen species production on membrane potential in avian muscle mitochondria oxidizing glycerol 3-phosphate.[J. Physiol. Sci.,65(6),(2015),555-559]Kikusato, M. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1007/s12576-015-0395-2
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[2013]
20.Crucial Role of Membrane Potential in Heat Stress-Induced Overproduction of Reactive Oxygen Species in Avian Skeletal Muscle Mitochondria.[PLoS ONE,8(5),(2013),e64412-]Kikusato, M. and Toyomizu, M.
10.1371/journal.pone.0064412
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