KENJI KAMIYA

Last Updated :2017/11/01

Affiliations, Positions
Medical Policy Office, Professor (Special Appointment)
E-mail
kkamiyahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
NAME: Kenji KAMIYA AFFILIATION: Hiroshima University, Fukushima Medical University SHORT BACKGROUND FOR INTRODUCTION: Dr. Kenji Kamiya is a vice president of Hiroshima University, and Fukushima Medical University. He graduated from Hiroshima University, School of Medicine in 1977 and completed a Ph.D. of pathology in 1986. His research at the Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine of Hiroshima University focus on the field of radiation biology, radiation carcinogenesis and radiation emergency medicine. He became a professor in 1996 and served as the director for four terms, 2001-2005 and 2009-2013. Also, he has served the director of Radiation Emergency Medicine Promotion Center since 2004. After the nuclear accident in Fukushima, he has served radiation health risk management advisor of Fukushima Prefecture since 2011. He was awarded a prize for his contributions to disaster prevention by the Prime Minister, Cabinet Office in 2012. For his achievements as a researcher, he received the Asian Association for Radiation Research Award in 2009 and Radiation Effects Research Achievement Award in 2017. He served as the president of Japan Radiation Research Society from 2008 to 2011 and the secretary-general for 15th International Congress of Radiation Research (ICRR2015) at Kyoto in 2015. He is currently serving as an adviser for Cabinet Secretariat Government of Japan and the chairman of Japan Radiation Council. He is a council member of Science Council of Japan. He assumed the director of Radiation Medical Science Center for the Fukushima Health Management Survey at Fukushima Medical University in 2016.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 1977/01/01, 1979/03/31, Hiroshima University, Sch. of Med., Research Associate
  • 1982/01/01, 1987/03/31, University of Wisconsin, Dept of Human Oncology, Research Associate, Associate Researcher
  • 1987/01/01, 1991/03/31, Hiroshima University, Res. Inst. for Radiat. Biol. and Med., Research Associate
  • 1991/01/01, 1996/03/31, Hiroshima University, Res. Inst. for Radiat. Biol. and Med., Associate Professor
  • 1996/02/01, 2002/03/31, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Professor
  • 2001/04/01, 2002/03/31, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Director
  • 2002/04/01, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Professor
  • 2002/04/01, 2005/03/31, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Director
  • 2004/09/01, Hiroshima University, Radiation Emergency Medicine Promotion Center , Director
  • 2005/04/01, 2009/03/31, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Vice Director
  • 2009/04/01, Hiroshima University, Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Director
  • 2011/07/15, Fukushima Medical University, Vice President
  • 2013/04/01, Hiroshima University, Vice President(Reconstruction Support/Radiation Medicine)
  • 2016/11, FMU Radiation Medical Science Center for the Fukushima Health Management Survey, Director

Educational Backgrounds

  • Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Medicine, Japan, 1979/04, 1986/01
  • Hiroshima University, Faculty of Medicine, Japan, 1971/04, 1977/03

Academic Degrees

  • M.D. Ph.D., Hiroshima University

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Dentistry
  • Medicine

Research Fields

  • Environmental science;Environmental analyses and evaluation;Risk sciences of radiation and chemicals

Research Keywords

  • molecular mechanisms
  • cancer
  • radiation

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • The Japan Radiation Research Society, 1998
  • Science Council of Japan
  • Japanese Cancer Association
  • Japanese Association for Radiation Accident/Disaster Medicine, 2012/04

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar on Experimental Oncology
  2. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Research on Experimental Oncology
  3. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced seminar on Experimental Oncology
  4. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced research on Experimental Oncology
  5. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, History of Hiroshima Restoration
  6. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, History of Hiroshima Restoration
  7. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced Lectures on Radiation Biology
  8. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Radiation Genome Science

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Evacuation after the Great East Japan Earthquake was associated with poor dietary intake: The Fukushima Health Management Survey, JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, 27(1), 14-23, JAN 2017
  2. Hydrogen Peroxide Enhances TGF beta-mediated Epithelial-to-Mesenchymal Transition in Human Mammary Epithelial MCF-10A Cells, ANTICANCER RESEARCH, 37(3), 987-995, MAR 2017
  3. Influence of Post-disaster Evacuation on Incidence of Metabolic Syndrome, JOURNAL OF ATHEROSCLEROSIS AND THROMBOSIS, 24(3), 327-337, 2017
  4. A comparison of radiation-induced mitochondrial damage between neural progenitor stem cells and differentiated cells, CELL CYCLE, 16(6), 565-573, 2017
  5. Academic Responses to Fukushima Disaster: Three New Radiation Disaster Curricula, ASIA-PACIFIC JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 29, 99S-109S, MAR 2017
  6. Establishment of induced pluripotent stem cells from normal B cells and inducing AID expression in their differentiation into hematopoietic progenitor cells, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 7, MAY 10 2017
  7. Overexpression of Rev1 promotes the development of carcinogen-induced intestinal adenomas via accumulation of point mutation and suppression of apoptosis proportionally to the Rev1 expression level, CARCINOGENESIS, 38(5), 570-578, MAY 2017
  8. Representativeness of individual external doses estimated for one quarter of residents in the Fukushima Prefecture after the nuclear disaster: the Fukushima Health Management Survey, JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION, 37(3), 584-605, SEP 25 2017
  9. Metabolomic screening using ESI-FT MS identifies potential radiation-responsive molecules in mouse urine, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 58(3), 273-280, MAY 2017
  10. Effect of evacuation on liver function after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident: The Fukushima Health Management Survey, JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, 27(4), 180-185, APR 2017
  11. Effects of socioeconomic factors on cardiovascular-related symptoms among residents in Fukushima after the Great East Japan Earthquake: a cross-sectional study using data from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, BMJ OPEN, 7(6), JUN 2017
  12. Mitochondrial reactive oxygen species perturb AKT/cyclin D1 cell cycle signaling via oxidative inactivation of PP2A in low-dose irradiated human fibroblasts, ONCOTARGET, 7(3), 3559-3570, JAN 19 2016
  13. Hepcidin-2 in mouse urine as a candidate radiation-responsive molecule, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 57(2), 142-149, MAR 2016
  14. Effect of Evacuation on Body Weight After the Great East Japan Earthquake, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, 50(5), 553-560, MAY 2016
  15. An influential factor for external radiation dose estimation for residents after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident-time spent outdoors for residents in Iitate Village, JOURNAL OF RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION, 36(2), 255-268, JUN 2016
  16. Comprehensive Survey Results of Childhood Thyroid Ultrasound Examinations in Fukushima in the First Four Years After the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident, THYROID, 26(6), 843-851, JUN 2016
  17. Analysis of chromosome translocation frequency after a single CT scan in adults, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 57(3), 220-226, JUN 2016
  18. Hypo-high-density Lipoprotein Cholesterolemia Caused by Evacuation after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, INTERNAL MEDICINE, 55(15), 1967-1976, 2016
  19. Prevalence of Renal Dysfunction among Evacuees and Non-evacuees after the Great East Earthquake: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, Internal Medicine, 55(18), 2563-2569
  20. Evacuation and Risk of Hypertension After the Great East Japan Earthquake: The Fukushima Health Management Survey., Hypertension, 68(3), 558-564
  21. The protocol and preliminary baseline survey results of the thyroid ultrasound examination in Fukushima [Rapid Communication]., Endocrine Journal, 63(3), 315-321
  22. Evacuation and Risk of Hypertension After the Great East Japan Earthquake The Fukushima Health Management Survey, HYPERTENSION, 68(3), 558-564, SEP 2016
  23. Prevalence of Renal Dysfunction among Evacuees and Non-evacuees after the Great East Earthquake: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, INTERNAL MEDICINE, 55(18), 2563-2569, 2016
  24. EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL EXPOSURE TO FUKUSHIMA RESIDENTS, RADIATION PROTECTION DOSIMETRY, 171(1), 7-13, SEP 2016
  25. Drinking Behavior and Mental Illness Among Evacuees in Fukushima Following the Great East Japan Earthquake: The Fukushima Health Management Survey, Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, 40(3), 623-630, 2016 Feb 20
  26. Comprehensive Health Risk Management after the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident, Clinical Oncology, 28(4), 255-262, 2016 January 23
  27. Increase in dicentric chromosome formation after a single CT scan in adults, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 5, SEP 9 2015
  28. Identification of low-dose responsive metabolites in X-irradiated human B lymphoblastoid cells and fibroblasts, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 56(1), 46-58, JAN 2015
  29. RAD18 Activates the G2/M Checkpoint through DNA Damage Signaling to Maintain Genome Integrity after Ionizing Radiation Exposure, PLOS ONE, 10(2), FEB 12 2015
  30. Evacuation after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident Is a Cause of Diabetes: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, JOURNAL OF DIABETES RESEARCH, 2015
  31. Long-term effects of radiation exposure on health, LANCET, 386(9992), 469-478, AUG 1 2015
  32. Health effects of radiation and other health problems in the aftermath of nuclear accidents, with an emphasis on Fukushima, LANCET, 386(9992), 479-488, AUG 1 2015
  33. The Fukushima Health Management Survey: estimation of external doses to residents in Fukushima Prefecture, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 5, AUG 4 2015
  34. Increased prevalence of atrial fibrillation after the Great East Japan Earthquake: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY, 198, 102-105, NOV 1 2015
  35. The basic data for residents aged 15 years or younger who received a comprehensive health check in 2011-2012 as a part of the Fukushima health management survey after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Fukushima J Med Sci., 61(2), 101-110
  36. White Blood Cell, Neutrophil, and Lymphocyte Counts in Individuals in the Evacuation Zone Designated by the Government After the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident: The Fukushima Health Management Survey, J. Epidemiol, 25(1), 80-87
  37. Corrigendum to “Evacuation after the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident Is a Cause of Diabetes: Results from the Fukushima Health Management Survey”, Journal of Diabetes Research, 2015 Aug 13
  38. The basic data for residents aged 16 years or older who received a comprehensive health check examinations in 2011-2012 as a part of the Fukushima Health Management Survey after the great East Japan earthquake., The Fukushima Society of Medical Science, 60(2), 159-169, 20150218
  39. Systematic determination of thyroid volume by ultrasound examination from infancy to adolescence in Japan: The Fukushima Health Management Survey, Endocrine Journal, 62(3), 261-268, 2015 Jan 15
  40. Nuclear accumulation of cyclin D1 following long-term fractionated exposures to low-dose ionizing radiation in normal human diploid cells, CELL CYCLE, 13(8), 1248-1255, APR 15 2014
  41. A Novel ATM/TP53/p21-Mediated Checkpoint Only Activated by Chronic gamma-Irradiation, PLOS ONE, 9(8), AUG 5 2014
  42. Mutagenic Effects of Ionizing Radiation on Immature Rat Oocytes, RADIATION RESEARCH, 182(4), 430-434, OCT 2014
  43. Life as an evacuee after the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant accident is a cause of polycythemia: the Fukushima Health Management Survey, BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 14, DEC 23 2014
  44. Mutagenic effects of ionizing radiation on immature rat oocytes, Radiation Research, 182(4), 430-434, 201410
  45. Identification of low-dose responsive metabolites in X-irradiated human B lymphoblastoid cells and fibroblasts, Journal of Radiation Research, 56(1), 46-58, 201409
  46. Psychological distress after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident: results of a mental health and lifestyle survey through the Fukushima Health Management Survey in FY2011 and FY2012, Fukushima Journal of Medical Science, 60(1), 57-67, 201407
  47. External radiation dose estimation by the basic survey, Fukushima Journal of Medical Science, 60(2), 207-207, 201412
  48. How lifestyle affects health--changes in health status before and after the earthquake, Fukushima J. Med. Sci, 60(2), 211-212, 201410
  49. A novel interplay between the Fanconi anemia core complex and ATR-ATRIP kinase during DNA cross-link repair, NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 41(14), 6930-6941, AUG 2013
  50. Determination of the biochemical properties of full-length human PIF1 ATPase, PRION, 7(4), 341-347, JUL 1 2013
  51. Asymmetric nature of two subunits of RAD18, a RING-type ubiquitin ligase E3, in the human RAD6A-RAD18 ternary complex, NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 40(3), 1065-1076, FEB 2012
  52. Molecular nature of radiation injury and DNA repair disorders associated with radiosensitivity, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HEMATOLOGY, 95(3), 239-245, MAR 2012
  53. Loss of life after evacuation: lessons learned from the Fukushima accident, The Lancet, 379(9819), 889-891, 20120301
  54. En bloc transfer of polyubiquitin chains to PCNA in vitro is mediated by two different human E2-E3 pairs, NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 40(20), 10394-10407, NOV 2012
  55. A Modified System for Analyzing Ionizing Radiation-Induced Chromosome Abnormalities, RADIATION RESEARCH, 177(5), 533-538, MAY 2012
  56. Study Protocol for the Fukushima Health Management Survey, JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, 22(5), 375-383, SEP 2012
  57. The Rev1 translesion synthesis polymerase has multiple distinct DNA binding modes, DNA Repair, 10, 915-925, 20110901
  58. The Rev1 translesion synthesis polymerase has multiple distinct DNA binding modes, DNA REPAIR, 10(9), 915-925, SEP 5 2011
  59. DEVELOPMENT OF A SENSITIVE ASSAY SYSTEM FOR TRITIUM RISK ASSESSMENT USING REV1 TRANSGENIC MOUSE, FUSION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 60(3), 1204-1207, OCT 2011
  60. Roles of POLD4, smallest subunit of DNA polymerase delta, in nuclear structures and genomic stability of human cells, Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 391(2010), 542-546, 20100101
  61. Specific amino acid residues are involved in substrate discrimination and template binding of human REV1 protein, Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 392(2010), 140-144, 20100201
  62. DNA Replication-Coupled PCNA Mono-Ubiquitination and Polymerase Switching in a Human In Vitro System, J. Mol. Biol., 396(2010), 487-500, 20100201
  63. Roles of POLD4, smallest subunit of DNA polymerase delta, in nuclear structures and genomic stability of human cells, BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 391(1), 542-546, JAN 1 2010
  64. Specific amino acid residues are involved in substrate discrimination and template binding of human REV1 protein, BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 392(2), 140-144, FEB 5 2010
  65. DNA Replication-Coupled PCNA Mono-Ubiquitination and Polymerase Switching in a Human In Vitro System, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 396(3), 487-500, FEB 26 2010
  66. Paternal monoenergetic neutron exposure results in abnormal sperm, and embryonal lethality and transgenerational tumorigenesis in mouse F-1 offspring, ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 23(5), 1351-1360, MAY 2010
  67. Regulation of DNA Polymerase POLD4 Influences Genomic Instability in Lung Cancer, CANCER RESEARCH, 70(21), 8407-8416, NOV 1 2010
  68. Translesional DNA synthesis through a C8-guany1 adduct of 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine(PhIP) in Vitro, J. Biol. Chem, 284(38), 25585-92, 20090901
  69. Translesional DNA Synthesis through a C8-Guanyl Adduct of 2-Amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP) in Vitro REV1 INSERTS dC OPPOSITE THE LESION, AND DNA POLYMERASE kappa POTENTIALLY CATALYZES EXTENSION REACTION FROM THE 3 '-dC TERMINUS, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 284(38), 25585-25592, SEP 18 2009
  70. DNA damage induced ubiquitylation of RFC2 subunit of RFC complex, J. Biol. Chem., 283(14), 9071-9079, 20080401
  71. The induction of insulinomas by X-irradiation to the gastric region in Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty rats, Oncology Reports, 20080401
  72. Absence of Ku70 Gene Obliterates X-Ray-Induced 1acZ Mutagenesis of Small Deletions in Mouse Tissues, Radiation Research, 170(2), 216-223, 20080401
  73. Biochemical analysis of human PIF1 helicase and functions of its N-terminal domain, Nucleic Acids Research, 36(19), 6295-6308, 20081001
  74. The induction of insulinomas by X-irradiation to the gastric region in Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty rats, ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 19(4), 987-991, APR 2008
  75. DNA damage-induced ubiquitylation of RFC2 subunit of replication factor C complex, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 283(14), 9071-9079, APR 4 2008
  76. Absence of Ku70 gene obliterates X-ray-induced lacZ mutagenesis of small deletions in mouse tissues, RADIATION RESEARCH, 170(2), 216-223, AUG 2008
  77. Biochemical analysis of human PIF1 helicase and functions of its N-terminal domain, NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 36(19), 6295-6308, NOV 2008
  78. Differentation of a hepatic phenotype after heterotropic transplantation of heart, kidney, brain, and skin tissues into liver in F344rats, Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 354(4), 841-845, 20070101
  79. Dynamics of human replication factors in the elongation phase of DNA replication., Nucleic Acids Research, 35(20), 6904-6916, 20071001
  80. DNA damage-dependent acetylation and ubiquitination of H2AX enhances chromatin dynamics, Mol Cell Biol., 27(20), 7028-7040, 20071001
  81. Tumor Induction by Monoenergetic Neutrons in B6C3F1 mice, J. Radiat Res, 48(3), 205-210, 20070501
  82. Differentiation of a hepatic phenotype after heterotropic transplantation of heart, kidney, brain, and skin tissues into liver in F344 rats, BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 354(4), 841-845, MAR 23 2007
  83. Tumor induction by monoenergetic neutrons in B6C3F1 mice, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 48(3), 205-210, MAY 2007
  84. DNA damage-dependent acetylation and ubiquitination of H2AX enhances chromatin dynamics, MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY, 27(20), 7028-7040, OCT 2007
  85. Dynamics of human replication factors in the elongation phase of DNA replication, NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, 35(20), 6904-6916, NOV 2007
  86. Role of single stranded DNA in targeting REV1 to primer termini., J. Biol. Chem., 281(34), 24314-24321, 20060801
  87. A Miso (Japanese Soybean Paste) Diet Conferred Greater Protection against Hypertension than a Sodium Chloride Diet in Dahl Salt-Sensitive Rats, Hypertens. Res., 29(9), 731-738, 20060901
  88. Role of single-stranded DNA in targeting REV1 to primer termini, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 281(34), 24314-24321, AUG 25 2006
  89. A miso (Japanese soybean paste) diet conferred greater protection against hypertension than a sodium chloride diet in Dahl salt-sensitive rats, HYPERTENSION RESEARCH, 29(9), 731-738, SEP 2006
  90. Inhibitory effect of a water-soluble extract from the culture medium of Ganoderma lucidum (Rei-shi) mycelia on the development of pulmonary adenocarcinoma induced by N-nitrosobis (2-hydroxypropyl) amine in Wistar rats, ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 16(6), 1181-1187, DEC 2006
  91. Protective Effects of a Water-soluble Extract from Cultured Medium of Ganoderma Lucidum (Rei-shi) Mycelia and Agaricus blazei Murill Against X-irradiation in B6C3F1 Mice: Increased Small Intestinal Crypt Survival and Prolongation of Average Timeto Animal Death, Int. J. Mol. Med., 15(3), 401-406, 20050301
  92. Decrease in size of azoxymethane induced colon carcinoma in F344 rats by 180-day fermented miso, Oncology Reports, 14(6), 1559-1564, 20051201
  93. Protective effects of a water-soluble extract from cultured medium of Ganoderma lucidum (Rei-shi) mycelia and Agaricus blazei murill against X-irradiation in B6C3F1 mice: Increased small intestinal crypt survival and prolongation of average, time to animal death, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR MEDICINE, 15(3), 401-406, MAR 2005
  94. Tumor induction by azoxymethane (AOM) and 2-amino-1-methyl-6-phenylimidazo[4,5-b]pyridine (PhIP) in F344 rat gastric mucosa featuring intestinal metaplasia caused by X-irradiation, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL & CLINICAL CANCER RESEARCH, 24(2), 305-312, JUN 2005
  95. Decrease in size of azoxymethane induced colon carcinoma in F344 rats by 180-day fermented miso, ONCOLOGY REPORTS, 14(6), 1559-1564, DEC 2005
  96. Interaction of ligand-receptor system between stromal-cell-derived factor-1 and CXC chemokine receptor 4 in human prostate cancer: a possible predictor of metastasis., Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 320(3), 656-663, 20040701
  97. Interaction of ligand-receptor system between stromal-cell-derived factor-I and cxc chemokine receptor 4 in human prostate cancer:a possible predictor of metastasis., Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 320, 656-663, 20040401
  98. Interaction of ligand-receptor system between stromal-cell-derived factor-1 and CXC chemokine receptor 4 in human prostate cancer: a possible predictor of metastasis, BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 320(3), 656-663, JUL 30 2004
  99. Structure and enzymatic properties of a stable complex of the human REV1 and REV7 proteins., J. Biol. Chem., 278(14), 12356-12360, 20030401
  100. Mouse Rev1 protein interacts with multiple DNA polymerases involved in translesion DNA synthesis., EMBO Journal, 22(24), 6621-6630, 20031201
  101. Some Approaches to Treatment of Patients with Thyroid Nodular Diseases in theSemipalatinsk Region of Kazakhstan., Hiroshima J. Med. Sci., 52(4), 81-89, 20031201
  102. Some approaches to treatment of patients with thyroid nodular diseased in the Semipalatinsk region of Kazakhstan, Hiroshima J. Med. Sci., 52(4), 81-89, 20030401
  103. Structure and enzymatic properties of a stable complex of the human REV1 and REV7 proteins, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 278(14), 12356-12360, APR 4 2003
  104. Mouse Rev1 protein interacts with multiple DNA polymerases involved in translesion DNA synthesis, EMBO JOURNAL, 22(24), 6621-6630, DEC 15 2003
  105. Genetic analysis of radiation-induced mouse hepatomas, Proceedings of International Symposium on Radiation and Homeostasis (Ed. by Sugahara= T.)= Elsevier, 151-156, 20020401
  106. Effects of radioactive iodine (131I) on the thyroid of newborn, pubertal and adult rats., Proceedings of International Symposium on Radiation and Homeostasis (Ed. by Sugahara= T.)= Elsevier= Amsterdam= Netherland, 127-131, 20020401
  107. Biochemical properties of the human REV1 protein., FEBS Letters, 520(1-3), 88-92, 20020601
  108. Mechanisms of dCMP transferase reactions catalyzed by mouse Rev1 protein., J. Biol. Chem., 277(4), 3040-3046, 20020101
  109. Mechanisms of dCMP transferase reactions catalyzed by mouse Rev1 protein, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 277(4), 3040-3046, JAN 25 2002
  110. Biochemical properties of the human REV1 protein, FEBS LETTERS, 520(1-3), 88-92, JUN 5 2002
  111. Deoxycytidyl transferase activity of the human REV1 protein is closely associated with the conserved polymerase domain, J. Biol. Chem., 276(18), 15051-15058, 20010401
  112. Murine and human SDF2L1 is an endoplasmic reticulum stress-inducible gene and encodes a new member of the Pmt/rt protein family., Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 280(1), 407-414, 20010401
  113. Age-dependent exposure to radioactive iodine (131I) in the thyroid and total body of newborn, pubertal and adult fischer 344 rats., J. Radiat. Res., 42(2), 143-155, 20010601
  114. Deoxycytidyl transferase activity of the human REV1 protein is closely associated with the conserved polymerase domain., J. Biol. Chem., 276(18), 15051-15058, 20010501
  115. Mu1rine and human SDF2L1 is an endoplsmic reticulum stress-inducible gene and encodes a new member of the Pmt/rt protein family, Biochem Biophys Rese Communi, 280, 407-414, 20010401
  116. Murine and human SDF2L1 is an endoplasmic reticulum stress-inducible gene and encodes a new member of the Pmt/rt protein family, BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS, 280(1), 407-414, JAN 12 2001
  117. Deoxycytidyl transferase activity of the human REV1 protein is closely associated with the conserved polymerase domain, JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY, 276(18), 15051-15058, MAY 4 2001
  118. Age-dependent exposure to radioactive iodine (I-131) in the thyroid and total body of newborn, pubertal and adult Fischer 344 rats, JOURNAL OF RADIATION RESEARCH, 42(2), 143-155, JUN 2001
  119. Susceptibility to radiation-induced mammary carcinoma in genetically resistant Copenhagen rats., Proceedings of International Symposium on biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 151-158, 19990401
  120. Mutations in the RAD54 recombination gene in primary cancers, Oncogene, 18(22), 3427-3430, 19990401
  121. Mutations of a novel human RAD54 homologue, RAD54B, in primary cancer, Oncogene, 18(22), 3422-3426, 19990401
  122. Mutations of the WT1 gene in childhood nonlymphoid hematological malignancies, Genes Chromosomes Cancer, 25(2), 176-183, 19990401
  123. Kinetics of Mammary Clonogenic Cells and Rat Mammary Cancer Induction by X-rays or Fission Neutrons., J. Radiat. Res., 40(Suppl), 128-137, 19991201
  124. Gain of chromosomes 15 and 19 is frequent in both mouse hepatocellular carcinoma cell lines and primary tumors, but loss of chromosomes 4 and 12 is detected only in the cell lines., Carcinogenesis, 20(11), 2083-2088, 19991101
  125. Mutations of a novel human RAD54 homologue, RAD54B, in primary cancer., Oncogene, 18(22), 3422-3426, 19990601
  126. Mutations in the RAD54 recombination gene in primary cancers., Oncogene, 18(22), 3427-3430, 19990601
  127. Mutations of the WT1 gene in childhood non-lymphoid hematological malignancies., Genes Chromo. Cancer, 25(2), 176-183, 19990601
  128. p53 gene mutation and loss of heterozygosity of chromosome 11 in methylcholanthrene-induced mouse sarcomas, Jpn.J.Cancer Res., 89(3), 269-277, 19980401
  129. Quantitative studies of ductal versus alveolar differentiation from rat mammary clonogens., Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 219(3), 217-225, 19981201
  130. p53 gene mutation and loss of heterozygosity of chromosome 11 in methylcholanthrene-induced mouse sarcomas., Jpn.J.Cancer Res., 89(3), 269-277, 19980501
  131. Induction of a germline mutation at a hypervariable mouse minisatellite locus by 252Cf radiation., J. Radiat. Res., 37(3), 217-224, 19960901
  132. Site-specific photochemical reaction of PMMA and related polymers by inner shell electron excitation., Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 80, 117-120, 19960401
  133. Synchrotron radiation as a scalpel for molecular systems; An evidence of site-specific chemical-bond scission of PMMA by oxygen 1s electron excitation., Optoelectronics Devices and Technologies, 11(1), 91-98, 19960401
  134. Site-Specific photochemical reaction of PMMA and related polymers by inner shell electron excitation, Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena, 80, 117-120, 19960401
  135. Synchrotron Radiation as a Scalpel for Molecular Systems; An Evidence of Site-Specific Chemical-Bond Scission of PMMA by Oxygen 1s Electron Excitation, Optoelectronics Devices and Technologies, 11(1), 91-98, 19960301
  136. Association of minisatellite instability with c-myc amplification and K-ras mutation in methylcholanthrene-induced mouse sarcomas., Cancer Res., 55(23), 5670-5676, 19950401
  137. Dose-response of a radiation induction of a germline mutation at a hypervariable mouse minisatellite locus., Int J Radiat Biol, 68(2), 177-183, 19950801
  138. Evidence that carcinogenesis involves an imbalance between epigenetic high-frequency initiation and suppression of promotion., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 92(5), 1332-1336, 19950201
  139. Radiation induction of germline mutation at a hypervariable mouse minisatellite locus., Int J Radiat Biol, 65(5), 549-557, 19940501
  140. Vitamin E and carcinogenesis., J. Toxicol. Pathol., 7, 179-190, 19940401
  141. Susceptibility of transgenic mice harboring human prototype c-Ha-ras gene to radiation carcinogenesis., J. Radiat. Res., 34, 41, 19930401
  142. Radiation induction of germ-line mutation at a hypervariable mouse minisatellite locus., J. Radiat. Res., 34, 43, 19930401
  143. Transcriptional repressor ZF5 identifies a new conserved domain in zinc finger proteins., Nucl. Acids Res., 21(16), 3767-3775, 19930801
  144. Random process of metastasis and generation of heterogeneity in a mouse sarcoma line., Jpn.J.Cancer Res., 84(1), 42-47, 19930101
  145. Carcinogenic effect of in utero 252Cf and 60Co irradiation in C57BL/6N x C3H/He F1 (B6C3F1) mice., J. Radiat. Res., 33(4), 319-333, 19921201
  146. Induction of transplantable tumors by repeated subcutaneous injections of natural and synthetic vitamin E in mice and rats., Jpn.J.Cancer Res., 82(5), 511-517, 19910401
  147. Repair of potentially lethal damage in rat mammary clonogens following irradiation in organoid culture., Int J Radiat Biol, 59(5), 1207-1216, 19910501
  148. Control of ductal vs. alveolar differentiation of mammary clonogens and susceptibility to radiation-induced mammary cancer., J. Radiat. Res., 32(Suppl. 2), 181-194, 19911201
  149. Quantitative and molecular comparison of initiation frequency of mammary carcinogenesis by radiation and chemical carcinogens., Radiat Environ Biophys, 30(3), 221-223, 19910401
  150. Induction of transplantable tumors by repeated subcutaneous injections of natu- ral and synthetic vitamin E in mice and rats., Jpn.J.Cancer Res., 82(5), 511-517, 19910501
  151. Effects of administration of natural vitamin E on spontaneous hepatocarcinogene-sis and N-nitrosodiethylamine initiated tumors in mice., J. Toxicol. Pathol., 4, 55-61, 19910401
  152. Differential control of alveolar and ductal development in grafts of monodispersed rat mammary epithelium., Proc Soc Exp Biol Med, 196(3), 284-292, 19910301
  153. Role of dietary fat component in radiation-induced mammary carcinogenesis., J. Radiat. Res., 31, 12, 19900401
  154. Clonogenic cells and rat mammary cancer: Effects of hormones, X rays, and fissi on neutrons., Radiat. Res., 120(2), 323-338, 19891101
  155. Development of a hypersensitive rat model for low dose radiation exposure by controlling mammary epithelial cell differentiation., J. Radiat. Res., 29, 66, 19880401
  156. Carcinogenic and co-carcinogenic effects of radiation in rat mammary carcinogenesis and mouse T-cell lymphomagenesis: a review., Int J Radiat Biol, 51(6), 1069-1080, 19870601
  157. Modification of expression of the malignant phenotype in radiation-initiated cells., Int J Radiat Biol, 51(6), 1081-1090, 19870601
  158. Induction of hepatic tumors by diethylstilbestrol in N-nitrosobutylurea-initiated female rats., Jpn. J. Cancer Res. (Gann), 78, 134-138, 19870401
  159. Control of ductal vs. alveolar differentiation of mammary clonogens, the presump tive target cells for radiogenic cancer., Proc. 8th Int. Congr. Radiat. Res., 1, 192, 19870401
  160. A hypersensitive rat model for low dose studies of radiation carcinogenesis., Proc. 8th Int. Congr. Radiat. Res., 1, 209, 19870401
  161. Dependence of mammary cancer induction by radiation on clonogenic target cell number: A hypersensitive rat model., Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res., 28, 239, 19870401
  162. Quantitative species-specific differences in DMBA and B(a)P activation in human and rat mammary epithelial cells (MEC)., Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res., 27, 88, 19860401
  163. Potentially lethal damage repair in normal rat mammary cells in primary culture., Proc. Radiation Research Annual Meeting, 128, 19860401
  164. Generation of lymphomagenic mouse type-C viruses from radiation- or chemically-induced non-producer T-cell lymphoma cell lines infected with non-oncogenic ecotropic virus., Jpn. J. Cancer Res. (Gann), 76(5), 331-337, 19850501
  165. Protective effects of progesterone and tamoxifen in estrogen-induced mammary carcinogenesis in ovariectomized W/Fu rats., Jpn. J. Cancer Res. (Gann), 76, 699-704, 19850401
  166. High mammary carcinogenicity of neutron irradiation in rats and its promotion by prolactin., Jpn. J. Cancer Res. (Gann), 76(6), 449-456, 19850601
  167. Radiogenic neoplasia in the thyroid and mammary clonogens: Progress, problems and possibilities., Basic Life Sci., 33, 329-344, 19850401
  168. In vitro concentration of rat mammary epithelial clonogens measured by in vivo assay., Proc. Amer. Assoc. Cancer Res., 26, 25, 19850401
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  172. Establishment and immunologic characterization of 3-methylcholanthrene-induced sarcoma cell lines metastasizing widely in mice and exhibiting distinct and selective propensities for the mode of metastasis., J. Natl. Cancer Inst., 69, 595-605, 19820401
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  176. Synergistic action of radiation and chemical carcinogen in induction of thymic lymphoma in mice., J. Radiat. Res., 22, 38, 19810401
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Publications such as books

  1. 2016, Public Health in a Nuclear Disaster Message from Fukushima, Hiroshima University Press, 2016, Seiji Yasumura, Kenji Kamiya, 978-4-903068-37-4, 437
  2. 2008/04, Proceedings of First International Symposium for the Nagasaki University Global COE Program "Global Strategic Center for Radiation Health Risk Control", 2008, 04
  3. 1999/09, Chapter13 Diseases induced by intoxication or environment 7)Diseases induced by radiation , Intemal Medicine2 Bunkodo, 1999, 09
  4. 1999/10, Resistance to mammary cancer , Spontaneous animal model of human disease ; Gene hunting for common disease , Molecular Medicine Nakayamashoten, 1999, 10
  5. 1999, Genetic Susceptibility to Mammary Carcinogenesis in Rats,Stochastic Effects of Radiation and Their Modification -Carcinogenesis and Effects on Embryos/Fetuses- , Radiological Science Jitugyoukouhousha, 1999
  6. 1994/07, Susceptibility of mammary glands to carcinogenesis. , Pathobiology of the Aging Rat (J. Albrecht ed. )= ILSI Press= Washington DC= USA, 1994, 07
  7. 1989, Quantitative studies of rat mammary and thyroid clonogens, the presumptive cancer progenitor cells. , Cell Transformation and Radiation-induced Cancer (Adam Hilger= U. K. ), 1989
  8. 1982, Advances in Comparative Leukemia Research 1981, In vitro studies on the mechanism of leukemogenesis. 10th International Symposium for Comparative Research on Leukemia and Related Diseases, Aug.-Sept., 1981, Los Angeles, Elsevier North Holland Inc., 1982, 英語, Yokoro, K., Yanagihara, K., Hamada, K., Imamura, N., Kodama, Y., Kajitani, T., Kamiya, K. and Seyama, T., 445-456, 445-456

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. PhD Education focused on the development of human resources for innovation in reconstruction after radiation disaster and contribution to society, Kenji Kamiya, Hiroshima Univeristy Phoenix Leader Education Program (Hiroshima Initiative) for Renaissance from Radiation Disaster The 3rd International symposium of the Phoenix Leader Education Program Industry-Academia-Government Consortium for Human Resource Development, 2017/09/01, Without Invitation, Hiroshima Univeristy Phoenix Leader Education Program (Hiroshima Initiative) for Renaissance from Radiation Disaster, Tokyo
  2. Current status of STS education program at Hiroshima University From Interdisciplinary/Multidisciplinary approach to Transdisciplinary approach -, Kenji Kamiya, Consultancy Meeting on Review and Future of Science and Technology Studies (STS) Curriculum in Japan, 2017/08/30, With Invitation, International Atomic Energy Agency, Fukushima
  3. Status of STS (Science, Technology and Society Perspectives on Nuclear Science, Radiation and Human Health) program in Hiroshima University, Kenji Kamiya, 2017/05/23, Without Invitation, Hiroshima
  4. Exposure dose of residents and Risk communication by the Fukushima nuclear accident, Kenji Kamiya, The 64th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Japan Association of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 2015/09/11, With Invitation
  5. Education lecture Ⅰ "Establishment of a new radiation medical system", Kenji Kamiya, 2015/08/29, With Invitation
  6. Radiation medical and nursing, Kenji Kamiya, Japan Society of Nursing Research 41st Annual Meeting, 2015/08/23, With Invitation
  7. Health effects of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Research on Low Dose Radiation, 15th International Conference of Radiation Research (ICRR2015), 2015/05, With Invitation
  8. Analysis of radiation-induced responses during early embryonic development of zebrafish, Honjo Y, Kamiya K, Ichinohe T, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  9. Dose rate-dependent cellular senescence in response to chronic γ-irradiation via the ATM/TP53/p21 pathway, Cao L, Kawai H, Sasatani M, Iizuka D, Inaba T, Kamiya K, Suzuki F, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  10. The effect of dose rate on γ-radiationinduced tumor incidence in ApcMin/+mice, Sasatani M, Li J, Xu Y, Iizuka D, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  11. Analysis of radiation induced mutations using next generation sequencer, Kanai A, Nagamachi A, Kawai H, Matsui H, Kamiya K, Inaba T, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  12. The effect of low dose radiation exposure in the first hours after fertilization on the development of early mouse embryos, Shimizu N, Kawai H, Sasatani M, Endoh M, Inaba, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  13. Radiation-induced upregulation of mammary stem cell frequency in BALB/c mice, Iizuka D, Sasatani M, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  14. Effects of low dose gamma irradiation on primary human endothelial cells, Zaharieva E, Kawai H, Inaba T, Matsuura S, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  15. Small Regional Gain and Loss Mutations in Chromosomes of Low-and Middle-Dose Rate Radiation Induced Murine Leukemia, Hirouchi T, Sasatani M, Kanai A, Matsui H, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  16. The use of γ-H2AX assay for validation of radioprotective effect of tempol against acute and chronic low-dose radiation exposure, Nakamura AJ, Sasatani M, Maruyama R, Iioka T, Kobayashi J, Komatsu K, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 2015/03, Without Invitation
  17. Experience of Scientisits in Risk Communication during the Fukushima Nuclear Accident, 1st Technical Meeting on "Science, Technology, and Society (STS) Perspectives on Nuclear Science, Radiation, and Human Health: The View from Asia, 2014/11, Without Invitation
  18. RAD 18 mediates DNA damage signaling to activate G2/M checkpoint for maintaining genome integrity after ionizing radiation exposure, 2014/10, Without Invitation
  19. Radiation exposure increases mammary stem cell self-renewal in Balb/c mice, 60th Annual Internatioal Meeting Radiation Research Society, 2014/09, Without Invitation
  20. The experience of risk communication and role of scientist in the Fukushima nuclear accident, FMU-IAEA International Academic Conference Radiation, Health, and Population The Multiple Dimensions of Post-Fukushima Disaster Recovery, 2014/07, Without Invitation, Fukushima
  21. International contributions and supports to Fukushima through radiation medicine, Memorial open seminar for designation as a collaborating center of IAEA by Hiroshima International Council for Health Care of the Radiation-exposed (HICARE), 2014/05/26, With Invitation
  22. Fukushima Nuclear Accident and Healthcare Risk Management, Kamiya K, The 2nd Global Chinese Congress of Radiation Research (GCCRR2014), 2014/05/13, Without Invitation, Suzhou
  23. External and Internal Exposure to Fukushima Residents, Kamiya K, The 14th Coordination and Planning Meeting of the WHO REMPAN Collaborating Centers and Liaison Institutions, 2014/05/07, Without Invitation, Würzburg
  24. The effects of radiation on respiratory system Mechanism of radiation effects, DNA damage response and suppression of carcinogenesis in particular, The 54th Annal Meeting of the Japanese Respiratory Society, 2014/04/26, With Invitation
  25. Experiences and Lessons of Radiation Emergency Medicine Activities at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Accident, International Symposium for 50th Anniversary of RIRBM, Hiroshima University –Support for Restoration from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster-, 2012/02, With Invitation
  26. Experience and Lesson from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster, International Expert Symposium in Fukushima: Radiation and Health Risks, 2011/09, With Invitation
  27. Network System for Radiation Emergency Medicine and the Role of Hiroshima University as the Center of Western Japan, The 11th Coordination and Planning Meeting of the WHO REMPAN Collaborating Centers and Liaison Institutions, 2006/04, With Invitation
  28. Susceptibility to radiation-induced mammary carcinoma in genetically resistant Copenhagen rats., Kenji Kamiya, International Symposium on Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, 1999/10, With Invitation
  29. Kinetics of mammary clonogenic cells and rat mammary cancer induction by X rays and fission neutrons., 1998/10, With Invitation
  30. Genetic Changes in Radiation-Induced Mouse Hepatocellular Carcinomas, 1997/07, With Invitation
  31. The feature of radiatio-induced rat mammary cancer, THE U.S.-JAPAN COOPERATIVE CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM, 1995/03, With Invitation
  32. Control of ductal vs. alveolar differentiation of mammary clonogens and susceptibility to radiation-induced mammary cancer., International Symposium Radiation Carcinogenesis in the Whole Body System, 1990/12, With Invitation
  33. Role of hormone and nutrition in radiation-induced rat mammary carcinogenesis., International Symposium and ILSI Histopathology Seminar on the Mammary Gland and Integumentary System of Laboratory Animals, 1989/04, With Invitation
  34. Analysis of the effect of low-dose radiation on immune system using human iPS cell technology, Endoh M, Endoh T, Koseki H, Inaba T, Kamiya K, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, Without Invitation
  35. Comprehensive analyses of cellular responses to chronic ty (STS) PerspⅡ, Kawai H, Cao L, Shimizu N, Sasatani M, Iizuka D, Matsui H, Kanai A, Inaba T*3, Kamiya K, Suzuki F, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, Without Invitation
  36. Perturbation of AKT/cyclin D1 signaling pathway by oxidative stresses following low dose long-term fractionated radiation in normal human fibroblasts, Shimura T, Sasatani M, Kamiya K, Kawai H, Kunugita N, The 5th International Symposium of RIRBM –Biological Effects of Low Dose Radiation, Without Invitation
  37. Fukushima Nuclear Accident and the health effects of low dose radiation, Kenji Kamiya, The 42rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Toxicology, With Invitation

Awards

  1. 2009年09月03日, Prize for contribution of disaster prevention by Minister of state for disaster management, Cabinet Office, Cabinet Office
  2. 2012年09月10日, Prize for contribution of disaster prevention by Prime Minister, Cabinet Office, Cabinet Office
  3. 2009年05月, The Asian Association for Radiation Research Award
  4. 2017年04月28日, Radiation Effects Research Achievement Award, Radiation Effects Association