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マツヤマ ヒロノリ
松山 裕典
MATSUYAMA, Hironori J.
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学位 1

  1. 博士(理学) ( 2015年3月   名古屋大学 ) 

研究キーワード 7

  1. 非線形物理

  2. 非平衡物理学

  3. 神経生物学

  4. 力学系

  5. カオス

  6. 動物行動学

  7. 線虫 C. elegans

研究分野 2

  1. 自然科学一般 / 数理物理、物性基礎

  2. ライフサイエンス / 神経科学一般

 

論文 5

  1. AWC thermosensory neuron interferes with information processing in a compact circuit regulating temperature-evoked posture dynamics in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.

    Kano A, Matsuyama HJ, Nakano S, Mori I

    Neuroscience research     2022年11月

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    記述言語:英語   掲載種別:研究論文(学術雑誌)  

    DOI: 10.1016/j.neures.2022.11.001

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  2. OLA-1, an Obg-like ATPase, integrates hunger with temperature information in sensory neurons in C. elegans. 査読有り 国際誌

    Aoki I, Jurado P, Nawa K, Kondo R, Yamashiro R, Matsuyama HJ, Ferrer I, Nakano S, Mori I

    PLoS genetics   18 巻 ( 6 ) 頁: e1010219   2022年6月

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    記述言語:英語   掲載種別:研究論文(学術雑誌)   出版者・発行元:PLoS Genetics  

    Animals detect changes in both their environment and their internal state and modify their behavior accordingly. Yet, it remains largely to be clarified how information of environment and internal state is integrated and how such integrated information modifies behavior. Well-fed C. elegans migrates to past cultivation temperature on a thermal gradient, which is disrupted when animals are starved. We recently reported that the neuronal activities synchronize between a thermosensory neuron AFD and an interneuron AIY, which is directly downstream of AFD, in well-fed animals, while this synchrony is disrupted in starved animals. However, it remained to be determined whether the disruption of the synchrony is derived from modulation of the transmitter release from AFD or from the modification of reception or signal transduction in AIY. By performing forward genetics on a transition of thermotaxis behavior along starvation, we revealed that OLA-1, an Obg-like ATPase, functions in AFD to promote disruption of AFD-AIY synchrony and behavioral transition. Our results suggest that the information of hunger is delivered to the AFD thermosensory neuron and gates transmitter release from AFD to disrupt thermotaxis, thereby shedding light onto a mechanism for the integration of environmental and internal state to modulate behavior.

    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1010219

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  3. Age-dependent changes in response property and morphology of a thermosensory neuron and thermotaxis behavior in Caenorhabditis elegans 査読有り 国際共著

    Huang Tzu-Ting, Matsuyama Hironori J., Tsukada Yuki, Singhvi Aakanksha, Syu Ru-Ting, Lu Yun, Shaham Shai, Mori Ikue, Pan Chun-Liang

    AGING CELL   19 巻 ( 5 ) 頁: e13146   2020年5月

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    記述言語:日本語   掲載種別:研究論文(学術雑誌)   出版者・発行元:Aging Cell  

    Age-dependent cognitive and behavioral deterioration may arise from defects in different components of the nervous system, including those of neurons, synapses, glial cells, or a combination of them. We find that AFD, the primary thermosensory neuron of Caenorhabditis elegans, in aged animals is characterized by loss of sensory ending integrity, including reduced actin-based microvilli abundance and aggregation of thermosensory guanylyl cyclases. At the functional level, AFD neurons in aged animals are hypersensitive to high temperatures and show sustained sensory-evoked calcium dynamics, resulting in a prolonged operating range. At the behavioral level, senescent animals display cryophilic behaviors that remain plastic to acute temperature changes. Excessive cyclase activity of the AFD-specific guanylyl cyclase, GCY-8, is associated with developmental defects in AFD sensory ending and cryophilic behavior. Surprisingly, loss of the GCY-8 cyclase domain reduces these age-dependent morphological and behavioral changes, while a prolonged AFD operating range still exists in gcy-8 animals. The lack of apparent correlation between age-dependent changes in the morphology or stimuli-evoked response properties of primary sensory neurons and those in related behaviors highlights the importance of quantitative analyses of aging features when interpreting age-related changes at structural and functional levels. Our work identifies aging hallmarks in AFD receptive ending, temperature-evoked AFD responses, and experience-based thermotaxis behavior, which serve as a foundation to further elucidate the neural basis of cognitive aging.

    DOI: 10.1111/acel.13146

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    その他リンク: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full-xml/10.1111/acel.13146

  4. Neural Coding of Thermal Preferences in the Nematode <i>Caenorhabditis elegans</i>. 査読有り

    Matsuyama HJ, Mori I

    eNeuro   7 巻 ( 3 ) 頁: ENEURO.0414 - 19.2020   2020年5月

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    担当区分:筆頭著者   記述言語:英語   掲載種別:研究論文(学術雑誌)   出版者・発行元:eNeuro  

    Animals are capable to modify sensory preferences according to past experiences. Surrounded by ever-changing environments, they continue assigning a hedonic value to a sensory stimulus. It remains to be eluci-dated however how such alteration of sensory preference is encoded in the nervous system. Here we show that past experiences alter temporal interaction between the calcium responses of sensory neurons and their postsynaptic interneurons in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. C. elegans exhibits thermotaxis, in which its temperature preference is modified by the past feeding experience: well-fed animals are attracted toward their past cultivation temperature on a thermal gradient, whereas starved animals lose that attraction. By moni-toring calcium responses simultaneously from both AFD thermosensory neurons and their postsynaptic AIY in-terneurons in well-fed and starved animals under time-varying thermal stimuli, we found that past feeding experiences alter phase shift between AFD and AIY calcium responses. Furthermore, the difference in neuronal activities between well-fed and starved animals observed here are able to explain the difference in the behavioral output on a thermal gradient between well-fed and starved animals. Although previous studies have shown that C. elegans executes thermotaxis by regulating amplitude or frequency of the AIY response, our re-sults proposed a new mechanism by which thermal preference is encoded by phase shift between AFD and AIY activities. Given these observations, thermal preference is likely to be computed on synapses between AFD and AIY neurons. Such a neural strategy may enable animals to enrich information processing within de-fined connectivity via dynamic alterations of synaptic communication.

    DOI: 10.1523/ENEURO.0414-19.2020

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  5. Multistage slow relaxation in a Hamiltonian system: The Fermi-Pasta-Ulam model 査読有り

    Hironori J. Matsuyama, Tetsuro Konishi

    Physical Review E   92 巻   頁: 022917   2015年8月

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    担当区分:筆頭著者   記述言語:英語   掲載種別:研究論文(学術雑誌)  

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.92.022917

MISC 1

  1. 線虫における温度嗜好性の神経メカニズム

    松山 裕典, 森 郁恵  

    月刊細胞 THE CELL52 巻 ( 14 ) 頁: 46(832) - 51(837)   2020年12月

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    担当区分:筆頭著者   記述言語:日本語