西保 岳 / Nishiyasu, Takeshi

体育系 系長 / Provost, Faculty of Health and Sport Sciences

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論文 / Publication

  1. Effects of short-term heat acclimation on whole-body heat exchange and local nitric oxide synthase- and cyclooxygenase-dependent heat loss responses in exercising older men Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Notley, Sean R, Boulay, Pierre, Sigal, Ronald J, Amano, Tatsuro, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Poirier, Martin P, Kenny, Glen P EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY 106 (2) 450 - 462 (2020)
  2. The relative contribution of alpha- and beta-adrenergic sweating during heat exposure and the influence of sex and training status Amano, Tatsuro, Fujii, Naoto, Kenny, Glen P, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Inoue, Yoshimitsu, Kondo, Narihiko EXPERIMENTAL DERMATOLOGY 29 (12) 1216 - 1224 (2020)
  3. TRPV4 channel blockade does not modulate skin vasodilation and sweating during hyperthermia or cutaneous post-occlusive reactive and thermal hyperemia Fujii, Naoto, Kenny, Glen P, McGarr, Gregory W, Amano, Tatsuro, Honda, Yasushi, Kondo, Narihiko, Nishiyasu, Takeshi American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology in press (2020)
  4. Caffeine Exacerbates Hyperventilation and Reductions in Cerebral Blood Flow in Physically Fit Males Exercising in the Heat Fujii, Naoto, Fujimoto, Tomomi, Cao, Yinhang, Dobashi, Kohei, Matsutake, Ryoko, Amano, Tatsuro, Wanatabe, Koichi, Nishiyasu, Takeshi Medicine and science in sports and exercise 53 (4) 845 - 852 (2020)
  5. Sex-differences in cholinergic, nicotinic, and β-adrenergic cutaneous vasodilation: Roles of nitric oxide synthase, cyclooxygenase, and K channels Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Ghassa, Reem, Schmidt, Madison D, McCormick, James J, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P MICROVASCULAR RESEARCH 131 (2020)
  6. The nitric oxide dependence of cutaneous microvascular function to independent and combined hypoxic cold exposure Arnold, Josh Timothy, Lloyd, Alex B, Bailey, Stephen J, Fujimoto, Tomomi, Matsutake, Ryoko, Takayanagi, Masataka, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Fujii, Naoto Journal of applied physiology (Bethesda, Md. : 1985) Epub (2020)
  7. Voluntary hypocapnic hyperventilation lasting 5 min and 20 min similarly reduce aerobic metabolism without affecting power outputs during Wingate anaerobic test Dobashi, Kohei, Fujii, Naoto, Ichinose, Masashi, Fujimoto, Tomomi, Nishiyasu, Takeshi European journal of sport science Epub (2020)
  8. Ageing augments β-adrenergic cutaneous vasodilatation differently in men and women, with no effect on β-adrenergic sweating Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Amano, Tatsuro, Sigal, Ronald J, Boulay, Pierre, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P Experimental physiology 105 (10) (2020)
  9. Effect of inspiratory muscle-loaded exercise training on peak oxygen uptake and ventilatory response during incremental exercise under normoxia and hypoxia Ogawa, Takeshi, Nagao, Maiko, Fujii, Naoto, Nishiyasu, Takeshi BMC SPORTS SCIENCE MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION 12 (1) (2020)
  10. NO-mediated activation of K-ATP channels contributes to cutaneous thermal hyperemia in young adults Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Kenny, Glen P, Amano, Tatsuro, Honda, Yasushi, Kondo, Narihiko, Nishiyasu, Takeshi American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 318 (2) R390 - R398 (2020)
  11. K-Ca and K-V channels modulate the venoarteriolar reflex in non-glabrous human skin with no roles of K-ATP channels, NOS, and COX Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, McNeely, Brendan D, Ichinose, Masashi, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P European journal of pharmacology 866 (2020)
  12. Intradermal Administration of Atrial Natriuretic Peptide Attenuates Cutaneous Vasodilation but Not Sweating in Young Men during Exercise in the Heat McGarr, Gregory W, Fujii, Naoto, Muia, Caroline M, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P Skin pharmacology and physiology 33 (2) 86 - 93 (2020)
  13. Nicotinic receptors modulate skin perfusion during normothermia, and have a limited role in skin vasodilatation and sweating during hyperthermia Fujii, Naoto, Amano, Tatsuro, Kenny, Glen P, Honda, Yasushi, Kondo, Narihiko, Nishiyasu, Takeshi Experimental physiology 104 (12) 1808 - 1818 (2019)
  14. Ageing augments nicotinic and adenosine triphosphate-induced, but not muscarinic, cutaneous vasodilatation in women Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Sigal, Ronald J, Boulay, Pierre, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P Experimental physiology 104 (12) 1801 - 1807 (2019)
  15. Effects of isomaltulose ingestion on postexercise hydration state and heat loss responses in young men Amano, Tatsuro, Sugiyama, Yuki, Okumura, Junya, Fujii, Naoto, Kenny, Glen P, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Inoue, Yoshimitsu, Kondo, Narihiko, Sasagawa, Katsumi, Enoki, Yasuaki, Maejima, Daisuke Experimental physiology 104 (10) 1494 - 1504 (2019)
  16. Evidence for TRPV4 channel induced skin vasodilatation through NOS, COX, and KCa channel mechanisms with no effect on sweat rate in humans Fujii, Naoto, Kenny, Glen P, Amano, Tatsuro, Honda, Yasushi, Kondo, Narihiko, Nishiyasu, Takeshi European journal of pharmacology 858 (2019)
  17. Superoxide and NADPH oxidase do not modulate skin blood flow in older exercising adults with and without type 2 diabetes McGarr, Gregory W, Fujii, Naoto, McNeely, Brendan D, Hatam, Kion, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Sigal, Ronald J, Boulay, Pierre, Kenny, Glen P Microvascular research 125 (2019)
  18. Tetraethylammonium, glibenclamide, and 4-aminopyridine modulate post-occlusive reactive hyperaemia in non-glabrous human skin with no roles of NOS and COX Fujii, Naoto, McGarr, Gregory W, Ichinose, Masashi, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P Microcirculation (New York, N.Y. : 1994) 27 (1) (2019)
  19. Separate and combined effects of K and K channel blockade with NOS inhibition on cutaneous vasodilation and sweating in older men during heat stress McGarr, Gregory W, Fujii, Naoto, Muia, Caroline M, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P American journal of physiology. Regulatory, integrative and comparative physiology 317 (1) R113-R120 - R120 (2019)
  20. Exogenous Activation of Protease-Activated Receptor 2 Attenuates Cutaneous Vasodilatation and Sweating in Older Men Exercising in the Heat Fujii, Naoto, Hatam, Kion, McGarr, Gregory W, Meade, Robert D, Boulay, Pierre, Nishiyasu, Takeshi, Kenny, Glen P Skin pharmacology and physiology 32 (5) 235 - 243 (2019)

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