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NOHARA Keiko

Researcher Name
NOHARA Keiko
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research/Fellow
Research Subject
Late-onset and transgenerational effects of environmental chaemicals with particular focus on inorganic arsenic, and their molecular mechanisms including epigenentics. effects and epigenetic effects of environmental chemicals
Degree(s)
PhD
Professional Qualification(s)
Medicine,Biochemistry,Bioengineering
Environmental Speciality Field
environmental chemicals
Keyword(s)
dioxin,immunotoxicology,arylhydrocarbon receptor,arsenic,epigenetics,DNA methylation,hisotone modification,carcinogenesis
Membership of Academic Society
Japanese Society of Immunotoxicology,The Molecular Biology Society of Japan,The Japanese Society for Hygiene,Society of Toxicology,The Japanese Cancer Association,The Japanese Society for Epigenetics,The Japanese Society for DOHaD
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23824 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23847 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23967 : Identification of sperm small RNAs involved in multigenerational health effects of environmental chemicals
    • 23969 : Development of new in vitro methods for detecting toxicity of chemicals
    • 24073 : Fundamental study on the basis of health and environmental risk research
    • 24118 : Characterization of mutation as a marker for carcinogenesis induced by oxidative stress: identification of mutation hotspot
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23414 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23415 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23593 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 23594 : Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis of sperm to explore the mechanism of hepatic tumor augmentation in the F2 by gestational arsenite exposure of F0 pregnant female
    • 23711 : Fundamental study on the basis of health and environmental risk research
    • 23744 : Characterization of mutation as a marker for carcinogenesis induced by oxidative stress: identification of mutation hotspot
    • 23756 : Implementation of initial risk assessment of environmental chemicals in FY2016
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23016 : Research Program on Environmental Health for Children and Future Generations
    • 23018 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 23256 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
    • 23257 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 23258 : Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis of sperm to explore the mechanism of hepatic tumor augmentation in the F2 by gestational arsenite exposure of F0 pregnant female
    • 23277 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • Fiscal Year: 2014
    • 22606 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22718 : Studies on lead- and arsenic-exposure from food and their health impacts
    • 22719 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
    • 22721 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 22722 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • Fiscal Year: 2013
    • 22190 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22475 : Exploration of molecular epidemiological indexes to health effects of environmental factors focusing on genetic and epigenetic mutation
    • 22506 : Involvement of oxidative stress in the epigenetic changes induced by environmental chemicals
    • 22507 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
    • 22508 : Studies on lead- and arsenic-exposure from food and their health impacts
    • 22544 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • Fiscal Year: 2012
    • 21761 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 21985 : Involvement of oxidative stress in the epigenetic changes induced by environmental chemicals
    • 21986 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
  • Fiscal Year: 2011
    • 21319 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 21470 : Involvement of oxidative stress in the epigenetic changes induced by environmental chemicals
    • 21480 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
    • 21481 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
  • Fiscal Year: 2010
    • 20977 : Health risk assessment methods of environmental chemicals that cause sensitivity
    • 21051 : Studies to evaluate toxicityies of environmental chemicals focusing on their epigenetic effects
    • 21053 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
    • 21055 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
  • Fiscal Year: 2009
    • 20482 : Studies on method for detection of epigenetics effects of environmental chemicals focusing on global changes of DNA methylation
    • 20483 : Studies to evaluate toxicityies of environmental chemicals focusing on their epigenetic effects
    • 20490 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
    • 20536 : Health risk assessment methods of environmental chemicals that cause sensitivity
  • Fiscal Year: 2008
    • 20078 : Studies on the role of transcription factors that mediate organ- and cell-specific toxicity of environmental chemicals
    • 20124 : Studies on the effect of arsenic on transcripiton factors in immune cells
    • 20139 : Studies to evaluate toxicityies of environmental chemicals focusing on their epigenetic effects
    • 20281 : Health risk assessment methods of environmental chemicals that cause sensitivity
    • 20362 : Studies on method for detection of epigenetics effects of environmental chemicals focusing on global changes of DNA methylation
  • Fiscal Year: 2007
    • 10383 : Development of methods for health effect assessment of hazardous chemicals using DNA chip
    • 10516 : Studies on the role of transcription factors that mediate organ- and cell-specific toxicity of environmental chemicals
    • 10583 : Health risk assessment methods of environmental chemicals that cause sensitivity
    • 10684 : Studies on the effect of arsenic on transcripiton factors in immune cells
    • 10739 : Studies to evaluate toxicityies of environmental chemicals focusing on their epigenetic effects
  • Fiscal Year: 2006
    • 10030 : Development of methods for health effect assessment of hazardous chemicals using DNA chip
    • 10050 : Studies on application of toxicogenomics for risk assessment of environmental pollutants
    • 10257 : Studies on the role of transcription factors that mediate organ- and cell-specific toxicity of environmental chemicals
  • Fiscal Year: 2005
    • 9521 : Studies on application of toxicogenomics for risk assessment of environmental pollutants
  • Fiscal Year: 2004
    • 9050 : Studies on the health effects of endocrine disrupters
    • 9091 : Establishement for methodology to implement tolerable intake of dioxins by characterizing non-TCDD toxicities of coplanar PCBs
    • 9272 : Studies on application of toxicogenomics for risk assessment of environmental pollutants
  • Fiscal Year: 2003
    • 8610 : Elucidation of endocrine disrupting mechanism of dioxin and related compounds for health risk assessment
    • 8776 : Studies on the health effects of endocrine disrupters
    • 8811 : Establishement for methodology to implement tolerable intake of dioxins by characterizing non-TCDD toxicities of coplanar PCBs
    • 8899 : Studies on evaluation of memory function for exposure to environmental chemicals and the development of the tool for risk evaluation in mice
    • 8908 : Development of new methodologies for health risk evaluation through exploring regulatory genes determining sensitivities against environmental pollutants.
  • Fiscal Year: 2002
    • 8339 : Elucidation of endocrine disrupting mechanism of dioxin and related compounds for health risk assessment
    • 8571 : Studies on the health effects of endocrine disrupters
  • Fiscal Year: 2001
    • 8084 : Elucidation of endocrine disrupting mechanism of dioxin and related compounds for health risk assessment
    • 8094 : Studies on the interaction of T cell development with antigen presenting cells
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Original Paper
  • Review
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation
  • Research Lecture
  • Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) and Toxicology
    Presenter : Nohara K.
    Name of Society : ICCA-LRI and NIHS Workshop (2016)
    Name of Proceedings : -