Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Health Sciences
Kagawa School of Pharmaceutical Sciences,Tokushima Bunri University

Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Health Sciences

Kagawa School of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Tokushima Bunri University
1314-1 Shido, Kagawa, 769-2101
JAPAN
Tel: 087-894-5111
Fax: 087-894-0181

RESEARCH
  • Ohoka, Y., Yokota-Nakatsuma, A., Maeda, N., Takeuchi, H., Iwata, M. (2014) Retinoic acid and GM-CSF coordinately induce retinal dehydrogenase 2 (RALDH2) expression through cooperation between the RAR/RXR complex and Sp1 in dendritic cells. PLoS One in press
  • Yokota-Nakatsuma, A., Takeuchi, H., Ohoka, Y., Kato, C., Song, S.Y., Hoshino, T., Yagita, H., Ohteki, T., Iwata, M. (2013) Retinoic acid prevents mesenteric lymph node dendritic cells from inducing IL-13-producing inflammatory Th2 cells. Mucosal Immunol in press
  • Takeuchi, H., Yokota-Nakatsuma, A., Ohoka, Y., Kagechika, H., Kato, C., Song S.Y., Iwata M. (2013). Retinoid X receptor agonists modulate Foxp3+ regulatory T cell and Th17 cell with differential dependence on retinoic acid receptor activation. J Immunol 191, 3725-3733
  • Takeuchi, H., Yokota, A., Ohoka, Y., and Iwata, M. (2011). Cyp26b1 regulates retinoic acid-dependent signals in T cells and its expression is inhibited by transforming growth factor-beta. PLoS One 6, e16089.
  • Ohoka, Y., Yokota, A., Takeuchi, H., Maeda, N., and Iwata, M. (2011). Retinoic acid-induced CCR9 expression requires transient TCR stimulation and cooperativity between NFATc2 and the retinoic acid receptor/retinoid X receptor complex. J Immunol 186, 733-744.