Hideki Hanada

Last Updated :2018/11/01

Affiliations, Positions
Institute for Amphibian Biology, Institute for Amphibian Biology, Assistant Professor
E-mail
hanadahiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 1990/04/01, 2000/03/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Science, Institute for Amphibian Biology, -
  • 2000/04/01, 2007/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Science, Institute for Amphibian Biology, -
  • 2007/04/01, 2016/09/30, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Science, Institute for Amphibian Biology, Assistant Professor

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Science, Okayama University
  • Master of Education, Fukuoka University of Education

Research Fields

  • Biology;Basic biology;Genetics / Chromosome dynamics

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2018, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Seminar for amphibian biology
  2. 2018, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practice for Fundamental Biology II
  3. 2018, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practice for Fundamental Biology IV
  4. 2018, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Classification and Evolution
  5. 2018, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Seminar of Amphibian Embryology
  6. 2018, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Seminar of Amphibian Embryology

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Dl-a-tocopherol enhances the herbicide 1,1 '-dimetyl-4,4 '-bipyridium dichloride (paraquat, PQ) genotoxicity in cultured anuran leukocytes, HEREDITAS, 148(4-5), 118-124, NOV 2011
  2. Strong expression of the calreticulin gene in the liver of Rana rugosa tadpoles, but not adult frogs, Journal of Experimental Zoology, 275(4), 431-443, 19960401
  3. Alteration of the sex determining system resulting from structural change of the sex chromosomes in the frog Rana rugosa., Journal of Experimental Zoology, 286(3), 313-319, 20000201
  4. Comparison of catalase in diploid and haploid Rana rugosa using heat and chemical inactivation techniques, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, B118(3), 499-503, 19970401
  5. Evidence for two successive pericentric inversions in sex lampbrush chromosomes of Rana rugosa (Anura: Ranidae), Chromosoma, 106, 178-182, 19970401
  6. Thyroxine enhancement and the role of reactive oxygen species in tadpole tail apoptosis, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 26, 1001-1009, 19990401
  7. Reactive oxygen species and the mechanism for tail apoptosis in Rana rugosa and Rana japonica, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology part A, 1, 51-66, 20000401
  8. Do reactive oxygen species underlie the mechanism of apoptosis in the tadpole tail?, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 23(2), 294-301, 19970401
  9. Cyclosporin A inhibits thyroid hormone-induced shortening of thetadpole tail through membrane permeability transition, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, B135, 473-483, 20030401
  10. Inhibitor and temperature effect on catalase in the liver of adult diploid and haploid Rana rugosa, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, B119, 235-239, 19970401
  11. Structural differences between XX and ZW sex lampbrush chromosomes in Rana rugosa females (Anura: Ranidae), Chromosoma, 105(4), 237-241, 19960401
  12. Four kinds of sex chromosomes in Rana rugosa, Scientific Report of the Laboratory for Amphibian Biology= Hiroshima University, 13, 1-34, 19940401
  13. Sex of reciprocal hybrids between the Hamakita (XX-XY type) population and the Murakami (ZW- ZZ type) population in Rana rugosa, Scientific Report of the Laboratory for Amphibian Biology, Hiroshima University, 13, 35-50, 19940101
  14. G and C banding show structural differences between the Z and W chromosomes in the frog Buergeria buergeri, Hereditas, 136, 151-154, 20020401
  15. An investigation into the role of reactive oxygen species in tadpole tail apoptosis by means of thyroxine enhancement, IBC's Fifth Annual Conference on Apoptosis, International Business Communications, 281, 19980401
  16. Evidence for heteromorphic sex chromosomes in males of Rana tagoi and Rana sakuraii in Nishitama district of Tokyo (Anura: Ranidae), Chromosome Research, 7, 31-42, 19990401
  17. Effects of high gravity on amphibian development, Biological Sciences in Space, 17, 215-216, 20030401
  18. Anti-thyroid hormonal activity of tetrabrmobisphenol A, a flame retardant, and related compounds: affinity to the mammalian thyroid hormone receptor, and effect on tadpole metamorphosis, Life Science, 76, 1589-1601, 20050401
  19. Development of metamorphosis assay using Silurana tropicalis for the detection of thyroid system-disrupting chemicals, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 64, 281-287, 20060401
  20. Xenopus tropicalis: An Ideal Experimental Animal in Amphibia, Experimental Animals, 59(4), 395, 20100701
  21. Alteration of the sex determining system resulting from structural change of the sex chromosomes in the frog Rana rugosa, JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY, 286(3), 313-319, FEB 15 2000
  22. G and C banding show structural differences between the Z and W chromosomes in the frog Buergeria buergeri, HEREDITAS, 136(2), 151-154, 2002
  23. Cyclosporin A inhibits thyroid hormone-induced shortening of the tadpole tail through membrane permeability transition, COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 135(3), 473-483, JUL 2003
  24. Anti-thyroid hormonal activity of tetrabromobisphenol A, a flame retardant, and related compounds: Affinity to the mammalian thyroid hormone receptor, and effect on tadpole metamorphosis, LIFE SCIENCES, 76(14), 1589-1601, FEB 18 2005
  25. Development of metamorphosis assay using Silurana tropicalis for the detection of thyroid system-disrupting chemicals, ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY, 64(3), 281-287, JUL 2006
  26. Effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals on amphibian metamorphosis and mitochondrial membrane permeability transition, JOURNAL OF HEALTH SCIENCE, 54(3), 273-280, JUN 2008
  27. Disruption of Thyroid Hormone Function by Environmental Pollutants, JOURNAL OF HEALTH SCIENCE, 55(2), 147-160, APR 2009
  28. Xenopus tropicalis: An Ideal Experimental Animal in Amphibia, EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS, 59(4), 395-405, JUL 2010
  29. Phenolic antioxidant 2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-cresol (vitamin E synthetic analogue) does not inhibit 1,1 '-dimetyl-4,4 '-bipyridium dichloride (paraquat)-induced structural chromosomal damage in cultured leukocytes of the dark-spotted-frog Pelophylax (Rana) nigromaculatus, HEREDITAS, 149(5), 173-177, OCT 2012
  30. Acetyl-L-carnitine suppresses thyroid hormone-induced and spontaneous anuran tadpole tail shortening, HEREDITAS, 150(1), 1-9, FEB 2013

Publications such as books

  1. 1998, An investigation into the role of reactive oxygen species in tadpole tail apoptosis by means of thyroxine enhancement , IBC’s Fifth Annual Conference on Apoptosis, 1998
  2. 1998, 生命誕生と生物の生存戦略 , 1998