Yasuo Sakuma
Yasuo Sakuma
Professor Emeritus, Nippon Medical School
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Oxytocin-gaze positive loop and the coevolution of human-dog bonds
M Nagasawa, S Mitsui, S En, N Ohtani, M Ohta, Y Sakuma, T Onaka, ...
Science 348 (6232), 333-336, 2015
4682015
Facilitation of the lordosis reflex of female rats from the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus.
DW Pfaff, Y Sakuma
The Journal of physiology 288 (1), 189-202, 1979
3911979
Deficit in the lordosis reflex of female rats caused by lesions in the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus.
DW Pfaff, Y Sakuma
The Journal of physiology 288 (1), 203-210, 1979
3441979
Laser-captured single digoxigenin-labeled neurons of gonadotropin-releasing hormone types reveal a novel G protein-coupled receptor (Gpr54) during maturation in cichlid fish
IS Parhar, S Ogawa, Y Sakuma
Endocrinology 145 (8), 3613-3618, 2004
3142004
Facilitation of female reproductive behavior from mesensephalic central gray in the rat
Y Sakuma, DW Pfaff
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1979
2601979
Mesencephalic mechanisms for integration of female reproductive behavior in the rat
Y Sakuma, DW Pfaff
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 1979
2341979
LH-RH in the mesencephalic central grey can potentiate lordosis reflex of female rats
Y Sakuma, DW Pfaff
Nature 283 (5747), 566-567, 1980
2311980
Sexually dimorphic expression of estrogen receptor β in the anteroventral periventricular nucleus of the rat preoptic area: implication in luteinizing hormone surge
C Orikasa, Y Kondo, S Hayashi, BS McEwen, Y Sakuma
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (5), 3306-3311, 2002
1562002
Maturation of bovine oocytes cultured in vitro: relation to ovarian activity, follicular size and the presence or absence of cumulus cells
Y Fukui, Y Sakuma
Biology of Reproduction 22 (3), 669-673, 1980
1521980
Axon-sparing lesion of the preoptic area enhances receptivity and diminishes proceptivity among components of female rat sexual behavior
Y Hoshina, T Takeo, K Nakano, T Sato, Y Sakuma
Behavioural brain research 61 (2), 197-204, 1994
1451994
Using a customized DNA microarray for expression profiling of the estrogen-responsive genes to evaluate estrogen activity among natural estrogens and industrial chemicals.
S Terasaka, Y Aita, A Inoue, S Hayashi, M Nishigaki, K Aoyagi, H Sasaki, ...
Environmental health perspectives 112 (7), 773-781, 2004
1302004
Modulation of the lordosis reflex of female rats by LHRH, its antiserum and analogs in the mesencephalic central gray
Y Sakuma, DW Pfaff
Neuroendocrinology 36 (3), 218-224, 1983
1201983
GnRH in tilapia: three genes, three origins and three roles
IS Parhar
GnRH neurons: gene to behavior, 99-122, 1997
119*1997
Ghrelin gene in cichlid fish is modulated by sex and development
IS Parhar, H Sato, Y Sakuma
Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 305 (1), 169-175, 2003
1142003
Gonadal steroid action and brain sex differentiation in the rat
Y Sakuma
Journal of neuroendocrinology 21 (4), 410-414, 2009
1132009
Estrogen excites oxytocinergic, but not vasopressinergic cells in the paraventricular nucleus of female rat hypothalamus
T Akaishi, Y Sakuma
Brain research 335 (2), 302-305, 1985
1091985
Responses of hypothalamic neurons to the microiontophoresis of LH-RH, LH and FSH under various levels of circulating ovarian hormones
M Kawakami, Y Sakuma
Neuroendocrinology 15 (5), 290-307, 1974
961974
Characterization of voltage-gated calcium currents in gonadotropin-releasing hormone neurons tagged with green fluorescent protein in rats
M Kato, K Ui-Tei, M Watanabe, Y Sakuma
Endocrinology 144 (11), 5118-5125, 2003
952003
Neurons synthesizing gonadotropin‐releasing hormone mRNA subtypes have multiple developmental origins in the medaka
IS Parhar, T Soga, Y Ishikawa, Y Nagahama, Y Sakuma
Journal of Comparative Neurology 401 (2), 217-226, 1998
851998
Gene structures, biochemical characterization and distribution of rat melatonin receptors
H Ishii, N Tanaka, M Kobayashi, M Kato, Y Sakuma
The Journal of Physiological Sciences 59 (1), 37, 2009
802009
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