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INOUE Toshio, Ph.D. / Professor

Division of Pharmacotherapy

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Research Topics

1. Evaluation of drug efficacy based on behavioral pharmacology.

2. Evaluation of novel disease model animal.

3. Development of functional food materials using disease model animals.

My research field is functional analysis of drugs and functional foods based on behavioral pharmacology. In a recent study, we have found that phospholipids derived from pig liver have an effect of preventing dementia using an 8-arm radial maze.

Representative Publications

1. Inoue T., Matsuda Y., Sato T., Sakurada C., Haniu H., Tsukahara T., Sugita K., Mabuchi T., Emizu T., Sato K., The impact of repeated administration of choline chloride on spatial cognitive memory in rats, Jpn J Med Pharm Sci, 73(8), 1009–1016(2016).

2. Wu T., Matsumoto K., Tachibana S., Inoue T., Nomura M., Novel physiological roles of mango seed oil using proteomic analysis of differentially expressed proteins, OyoYakuri Pharmacometrics, 88, 57–65 (2015).

3. Nakasone T., Sato T., Matsushima Y., Inoue T., Kamei C., Characteristics of scratching behavior in ADJM mice (atopic dermatitis from Japanese mice), Immunopharmacol Immunotoxicol, 37, 202–206 (2015).