Updated on 2021/06/18

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KATAOKA Naoya
 
Organization
Graduate School of Medicine Program in Integrated Medicine Cell Science Designated lecturer
Title
Designated lecturer

Degree 1

  1. 博士(農学) ( 2009.3   鳥取大学 ) 

Research Interests 4

  1. sympathetic nerve

  2. hyperthermia

  3. Brown adipose tissue thermogenesis

  4. psychological stress

Research History 1

  1. Nagoya University   Designated lecturer

    2020.5

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    Country:Japan

Awards 1

  1. 第22回 日本生理学会奨励賞

    2021.3   日本生理学会  

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    Award type:Award from Japanese society, conference, symposium, etc. 

 

Papers 10

  1. Metabolic flexibility via mitochondrial BCAA carrier SLC25A44 is required for optimal fever

    Yoneshiro Takeshi, Kataoka Naoya, Walejko Jacquelyn M., Ikeda Kenji, Brown Zachary, Yoneshiro Momoko, Crown Scott B., Osawa Tsuyoshi, Sakai Juro, McGarrah Robert W., White Phillip J., Nakamura Kazuhiro, Kajimura Shingo

    ELIFE   Vol. 10   2021.5

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  2. Lack of UCP1 stimulates fatty liver but mediates UCP1-independent action of beige fat to improve hyperlipidemia in Apoe knockout mice

    Kataoka Naoya, Takeuchi Tamaki, Kusudo Tatsuya, Li Yongxue, Endo Yuki, Yamashita Hitoshi

    BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR BASIS OF DISEASE   Vol. 1866 ( 7 ) page: 165762   2020.7

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  3. A central master driver of psychosocial stress responses in the rat

    Kataoka Naoya, Shima Yuta, Nakajima Keisuke, Nakamura Kazuhiro

    SCIENCE   Vol. 367 ( 6482 ) page: 1105 - +   2020.3

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  4. CREG1 stimulates brown adipocyte formation and ameliorates diet-induced obesity in mice

    Hashimoto Michihiro, Kusudo Tatsuya, Takeuchi Tamaki, Kataoka Naoya, Mukai Takako, Yamashita Hitoshi

    FASEB JOURNAL   Vol. 33 ( 7 ) page: 8069 - 8082   2019.7

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  5. CREG1 promotes uncoupling protein 1 expression and brown adipogenesis in vitro

    Kusudo Tatsuya, Hashimoto Michihiro, Kataoka Naoya, Li Yongxue, Nozaki Aya, Yamashita Hitoshi

    JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY   Vol. 165 ( 1 ) page: 47 - 55   2019.1

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  6. Sympathoexcitation by hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus neurons projecting to the rostral ventrolateral medulla

    Koba Satoshi, Hanai Eri, Kumada Nao, Kataoka Naoya, Nakamura Kazuhiro, Watanabe Tatsuo

    JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-LONDON   Vol. 596 ( 19 ) page: 4581 - 4595   2018.10

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    Language:Japanese  

    DOI: 10.1113/JP276223

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  7. The lateral parabrachial nucleus, but not the thalamus, mediates thermosensory pathways for behavioural thermoregulation

    Yahiro Takaki, Kataoka Naoya, Nakamura Yoshiko, Nakamura Kazuhiro

    SCIENTIFIC REPORTS   Vol. 7 ( 1 ) page: 5031   2017.7

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  8. A ventral medial prefrontal cortex-dorsomedial hypothalamus monosynaptic pathway that drives sympathetic stress responses

    Kataoka Naoya, Nakamura Kazuhiro

    FASEB JOURNAL   Vol. 31   2017.4

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  9. Optogenetic stimulation of PVN-RVLM neurons increases sympathetic nerve activity in anesthetized rats

    Koba Satoshi, Hanai Eri, Kumada Nao, Kataoka Naoya, Nakamura Kazuhiro, Watanabe Tatsuo

    FASEB JOURNAL   Vol. 31   2017.4

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  10. Determination of thermosensory pathways required for behavioural thermoregulation

    Yahiro Takaki, Kataoka Naoya, Nakamura Yoshiko, Nakamura Kazuhiro

    FASEB JOURNAL   Vol. 31   2017.4

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 2

  1. Elucidation of higher central nervous circuits involved in inducing of psychological stress responses using by real-time multiple fiber-photometry

    Grant number:19K06954  2019.4 - 2022.3

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    Authorship:Principal investigator 

    Grant amount:\4420000 ( Direct Cost: \3400000 、 Indirect Cost:\1020000 )

  2. Elucidation of stress-induced hyperthermic mechanism by recall of stress emotional memory

    Grant number:16K19006  2016.4 - 2019.3

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    Grant amount:\4030000 ( Direct Cost: \3100000 、 Indirect Cost:\930000 )

    Strong psychological stress is stored in the amygdala as "emotional memory". In particular, negative emotional memory, when recalled by conditional stimuli such as sounds and places, causes stress reactions such as palpitations and temperature elevations, and also causes acute stress disorder and trauma stress syndrome. I found a physiological response in which rats suffering from social defeat stress are enhanced in brown adipose thermogenesis at the same time despite the fact that they are not stressed from the next day onwards, and their temperature rises. I think that this reaction is caused as a result of recalling psychological stress memory. The research plan will clarify the neural circuits of the brain that drive this recalled stress-induced thermogenesis response. In order to accomplish this purpose, we will use optogenetics techniques to elucidate the neural circuit from the amygdala to the dorsomedial hypothalamus region that causes stress-induced thermogenesis.