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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
NC, MBE 2019-12-06
13:00
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Developing a frequency-selective piezoelectric acoustic sensor highly sensitive to the audible frequency range of rodents
Takumi Kuwano, Jun Nishikawa, Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) MBE2019-50 NC2019-41
In this study, we are planning to develop a piezoelectric acoustic sensor that responds to the audible frequency range o... [more] MBE2019-50 NC2019-41
pp.31-36
NC, MBE 2019-12-06
13:25
Aichi Toyohashi Tech Numerical analysis of coil-induced electric field in micro magnetic stimulation and its evaluation on the basis of evoked neural responses
Shunsuke Sugai, Jun Nishikawa, Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) MBE2019-51 NC2019-42
Magnetic stimulation has widely attracted attention as a treatment for neurological diseases. In general, the size reduc... [more] MBE2019-51 NC2019-42
pp.37-42
EA, ASJ-H, ASJ-AA 2018-07-24
14:50
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Invited Talk] Measuring the Dynamics of Neural Network Activity in the Rodent Auditory Cortex -- An Approach from the Experiment of Electromagnetic-stimulation-driven Responses in Model Animal Brain --
Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) EA2018-16
To adapt an external environment, plastic changes in the mammalian brain play a critical role. The auditory cortex is kn... [more] EA2018-16
pp.91-96
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2018-03-13
14:40
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. The focality of cortical responses driven by micro-coil magnetic stimulation -- electrophysiological evaluation --
Hisayuki Osanai, Shunsuke Minusa, Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2017-85
Magnetic stimulation is widely used in the clinical treatment of neurological diseases. Although miniaturization of magn... [more] NC2017-85
pp.103-108
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2017-03-14
10:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Evaluation of neural responses driven by implantable micro magnetic stimulation using optical imaging of intrinsic signals in the auditory cortex
Shunsuke Minusa, Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2016-88
Electromagnetic stimulation is widely used for neuromodulation, and it has been successful in the clinical treatments su... [more] NC2016-88
pp.143-148
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2016-03-23
10:50
Tokyo Tamagawa University Development and evaluation of a frequency-selective acoustic sensor for stimulating auditory central nervous systems in experimental rodent models
Ryo Iwaki (Hokkaido Univ.), Shuichi Murakami, Kazuo Sato (TRI-Osaka), Takashi Tateno (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2015-100
In this study, as a frontend device for the auditory prostheses in animal brain experiments, we have developed a piezoel... [more] NC2015-100
pp.179-184
MBE, NC
(Joint)
2015-12-19
14:25
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology Differences of auditory neural responses among cortical fields and layers in the rat auditory cortex
Takeaki Haga, Takashi Tateno, Jun Nishikawa (Hokkaido Univ.) NC2015-49
The auditory cortex has an important role for auditory processing in the brain. Although the auditory cortex has multi l... [more] NC2015-49
pp.19-24
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2010-03-09
13:45
Tokyo Tamagawa University On statistical inference of estimating fluorescent indicator and intracellular ionic concentrations on the basis of a self-organizing state-space model
Ryohei Iwahashi (Osaka Univ.), Takashi Tateno (Osaka Univ./JST) NC2009-94
For measuring concentration of free calcium ([Ca2+]i) inside living cells, indicator dyes including fura-2 are widely us... [more] NC2009-94
pp.39-44
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-12-11
16:35
Aichi   On a computational method for the extraction of the critical signal transduction pathways out of the large-scale molecular network in the postsynaptic plasticity of striatal medium spiny neurons
Yousuke Inui (Osaka Univ), Takashi Tateno (Osaka Univ/JST) NC2009-68
In this study, we aimed at understanding complex interactions between molecules in a large-scale molecular network in th... [more] NC2009-68
pp.31-36
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-11
11:10
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Morphological properties of neurons in rat substantia nigra pars compacta and one approach to the passive-membrane modeling
Michita Kohno (Osaka Univ), Takashi Tateno (Osaka Univ/JST) NC2008-118
 [more] NC2008-118
pp.87-92
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2008-03-13
13:50
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ On classification of cell types in rat substantia nigra pars compacta on the basis of electrophysiological properties of neural membranes
Ryohei Iwahashi, Takashi Tateno (Osaka Univ.) NC2007-155
 [more] NC2007-155
pp.255-260
NC 2007-03-14
14:00
Tokyo Tamagawa University An estimation method of phase-response curves in neural oscillators and an analysis for their oscillatory stability
Masanori Ato (Osaka Univ,), Takashi Tateno (Osaka Univ.)
Recently, in the somatosensory cortex, the details of neural connections formed by several types of GABAergic interneuro... [more] NC2006-125
pp.43-48
NC 2006-03-16
10:20
Tokyo Tamagawa University Analysis of oscillatory stability in cortical interneurons from the viewpoint of random dynamical system theory -- An Approach on the Basis of Random Dynamical System Theory --
Takashi Tateno (Osaka University)
 [more] NC2005-127
pp.13-18
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