Professor, Doctor of Science
E-mail: moriyama
TEL: +81-52-872-5851
FAX: +81-52-872-5851
Research Course: Biological Science
URL http://www.nsc.nagoya-cu.ac.jp/~moriyama/Moriyamas_Lab/Welcome.html  
Specialties Biochemistry, Protein Chemistry
Keywords Protease, Proteomics, Peptidome, Development, Sea Urchin, Cobra Toxin, Amino Acid Sequence
Current Research (1) Sequence determination of proteins and peptides
(2) Developmental changes of proteases in sea urchin embryos
Selected Papers Freshwater mollusks in Gifu City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan Linimology in Tokai Region of Japan, 54, pp.33-42 (2012).

Molecular diversity in venom proteins of the Russell's viper (Daboia russellii russellii) and the Indian cobra (Naja naja) in Sri Lanka, Biomed Res., 31(1) pp.71-81 (2010).

Cuticle formation in quail eggs, Zoolog Sci., 26(7) pp.496-9 (2009).

Gonad-stimulating substance-like molecule from the radial nerve of the sea cucumber, Int J Dev Biol., 53(4) pp.483-91 (2009).

Collagen type-I alpha1 chain mRNA is expressed in the follicle cells of the medaka ovary, Zoolog Sci., 25(9), pp.937-45 (2008).

Redox-dependent structural ambivalence of the cytoplasmic domain in the inner ear-specific cadherin 23 isoform, Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 366(1), pp.92-7 (2008).

Zinc-binding property of the major yolk protein in the sea urchin - implications of its role as a zinc transporter for gametogenesis, FEBS J., 274(19), pp.4985-98 (2007).

Human B-lymphocytes express alpha2-6-sialylated 6-sulfo-N-acetyllactosamine serving as a preferred ligand for CD22/Siglec-2, J Biol Chem., 282(44), pp.32200-7 (2007).

Significance of 32-kDa cathepsin L secreted from cancer cells, Cancer Biother Radiopharm, 21(3), pp.217-224 (2006).

Blocking of protease allergens with inhibitors reduces allergic responses in allergic rhinitis and other allergic diseases, Acta Otolaryngol., 126(7), pp.746-51 (2006).

Effects of cyclosporine A in hyperzincaemia and hypercalprotectinaemia, Acta Paediatr., 95(7), pp.857-60 (2006).

Fates of Cdh23/CDH23 with mutations affecting the cytoplasmic region, Hum Mutat., 27(1) pp.88-97 (2006).

DNA replication checkpoint control mediated by the spindle checkpoint protein Mad2p in fission yeast, Journal of Biological Chemistry, Vol. 279, pp.47372-378 (2004).

Sensitive immunoassays for human and rat GMFB and GMFG, tissue distribution and age-related changes, Biochimca Biophysica Acta, Vol. 1670, pp.208-16 (2004).

Cysteine proteases in sea urchin eggs and embryos of Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus, pp.37-40 in Echinoderms: Munchen, Heinzeller & Nebelsick, Ed. (Talor & Francis Group Ltd. London, 2004).

Echinoferrin: a newly proposed name for a precursor to yolk protein in the sea urchin, pp.79-81 in Echinoderms: Munchen, Heinzeller & Nebelsick, Ed. (Talor & Francis Group Ltd. London, 2004).