Publications in 2019 or before

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Original papers

Yu EM, Ma LL, Ji H, Li ZF, Wang GJ, Xie J*, Yu DG, Kaneko G*, Tian JJ, Zhang K, Gong WB.

Smad4-dependent regulation of type I collagen expression in the muscle of grass carp fed with faba bean.

Gene 685, 32-41, 2019. Journal Link.

Collaboration with Dr. Yu, a visiting scholar at UHV (2018–2019), and his colleagues in China.

Singkhanan N, Kettratad J, Senarat S*, Pengsakul T, Para C, Kaneko G.

Morphological characterization of blood cells in five important estuarine fish species in Thailand during juvenile stages.

EnvironmentAsia 12, 79-86, 2019. Journal Link.

Senarat S, Kettratad J*, Kangwanrangsanc N, Jiraungkoorskul W, Plumley FG, Amano M, Shimizu A, Boonyoung P, Kaneko G.

Immunoreactivity of estrogen receptor alpha in brain and ovary of the short mackerel Rastrelliger brachysoma (Bleeker, 1851).

Asia Pac J Mol Biol Biotechnol, 27, 50-63, 2019. Pdf link.

Thongboon L, Senarat S*, Kettratad J, Jiraungkoorskul W, Wangkulangkul S, Poolprasert P, Para C, Kaneko G, Pengsakul T.

Gastrointestinal tract and accessory organs in the spotted bent-toed gecko, Cyrtodactylus peguensis (Boulenger, 1893): A histological and histochemical study.

J Morphol Sci 36, 223-230. Journal Link (Open access).

Three papers about morphology and diversity of Asian aquatic animals.

Khieokhajonkhet A*, Klongchai S, Maphum O, Kaneko G.

Lipid distribution patterns of nine commercial fish in Thailand.

Aquac Res 50, 1348–1360, 2019. Journal Link.

Khieokhajonkhet A*, Aeksiri N, Kaneko G.

Molecular characterization and homology modeling of liver X receptor in Asian seabass, Lates calcarifer: predicted functions in reproduction and lipid metabolism.

Fish Physiol Biochem 45, 523-538, 2019. Journal link.

Two papers were published through collaboration with scientists in Thailand. Fish lipid metabolism seems very diverse and is a fascinating research topic.

Udo T, Guissou SP, Ushio H, Kaneko G*.

Ethanol extends lifespan of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis.

Hydribiologia 844, 183-190, 2019.

Journl link. This paper reports straightforward culture experiments in which ethanol exposure increased lifespan and oxidative stress resistance of the rotifer. Our next interest is the mechanism, particularly the metabolic fate of ethanol in rotifer.

Books & Reviews

Kaneko G*, Ushio H, Ji H.

Application of magnetic resonance technologies in aquatic biology and seafood science.

Fish Sci 85, 1–17, 2019. Open Access | Review Article.

A broad review about magnetic resonance technologies in aquatic biology and seafood science. Special attention is paid to in vivo NMR application and stable isotope tracing by NMR. We thank the editorial office of Fish Sci for giving us this opportunity to publish this article.

Kaneko G & Yoshinaga T.

Aging and Lifespan in the Rotifer.

In: Hagiwara A and Yoshinaga T, Eds. Rotifers: Aquaculture, Ecology, Gerontology, and Ecotoxicology.
Springer, 2017. Ch 8. Pages 111-128.

A book chapter about aging and lifespan of rotifers.