Grants list for fisical 2017

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Grants List

Grant No. Title Researcher Institute PDF
1701 Establishment of Quantification Method of Salt by Microwave -Emission Analysis by Means of Hot Spots Produced by Irradiation- Yusuke Asakuma University of Hyogo
1702 Highly Sensitive Detection of Anions by Soluble Chiral Bis-Urea Receptors Suguru Ito Yokohama National University
1703 Ecosystem Rehabilitation Effects by Large Scale Mangrove Planting to Abandoned Shimp Ponds in Thailand (Estimation of Carbon Accumulation and Food Web Analysis) Shigeru Kato Seikei University
1704 Development of Highly Efficient Separation Processes of Critical Metals from Sea Resources Masahiro Goto Kyushu University
1705 Construction of Cooperative Transport of Bromide and Alkaline Metal Cation with Ditopic Receptors Shin-ichi Kondo Yamagata University
1706 Study on Synergy Effect of Corrosion Inhibitor and Metal Cation on Metals Corrosion Masatoshi Sakairi Hokkaido University
1707 Effect of Fluid Behavior in Flow Crystallizers on Salt Crystallization Ken-Ichiro Sotowa Tokushima University
1708 Fiber-Optic Sensor for High-Precision Detection of Salinity Concerntration Shuji Taue Okayama University
1709 Theoretical Modeling of Novel High Efficiency Reverse Organic Membrane Mimicking the Permeation Mechanism of Aquaporin Hiromitsu Takaba Kogakuin University
1710 Development of Continuous Crystallization to Control the Properties of NaCl Crystals-Spherical Crystallization Using MSMPR Crystallizer- Kohei Tahara Gifu Pharmaceutical University
1711 Development of Decentralized Simple Multiple-Effect Evaporator for Liquid Concentration and Distillation Takehiro Nosoko University of the Ryukyus
1712 Research on Materials Design of Durable Concrete against Salt Scaling by Freezing and Thawing Shunsuke HANEHARA Iwate University
1713 Micro-Analysis for Sea Water by Freeze Concentration and X-Ray Fluorescence Method Makoto Harada Tokyo Institute of Technology
1714 Robust Trapping, Removal and Super-Sensitive Characterization of Constituents and Trace Impurity in Sea Water Ⅱ Masayuki Futamata Saitama University
1715 Development of Intelligent Ion Exchange Membrane Controlled by External Stimuli Masahiro Funahashi Kagawa University
1716 Recovery of Metallic Ions from Natural Resource with Aqueous Two-Phase System Containing Environmentally Friendly Solvent Michiaki Matsumoto Doshisha University
1717 Preparation of Nano-Structure Controlled Ion-Exchange Membranes by Ion Beams and Their Application to Seawater Concentration Ⅱ Tetsuya Yamaki National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology
1718 Development of Optical Nano Device Utilizing a Single-Crystalline Metal Film on NaCl (001) Substrate Kenzo Yamaguchi Kagawa University
1719 New Process for Preparation of Adsorbent with High Performance for Nitrate from Bittern Takaaki Wajima Chiba University
1720 Seach for Chemical Chaperones and Interaction Protein Which Rescue Abnormal Localization of Claudin-16 Magnesium Channel Akira Ikari Gifu Pharmaceutical University
1721 Na+-Dependent Inhibition of Microglial Activity and Its Contribution to Brain Disorders Koichi Inoue Nagoya City University
1722 New Genetic Approaches to Study Regulatory Mechanisms of Sodium・Water Balance Yoichi Ueta University of Occupational and Environmental Health
1723 Molecular Mechanism Underlying Enhancement of IL-10 Production by K+ Channel Inhibition in Regulatory T Cell Susumu Ohya Nagoya City University
1724 Identification of Serine Proteases that Are Involved in Podocyte Injuries in Salt-Sensitive Hypertension and Its Application for Anti-Proteinuria Treatment Yutaka Kakizoe Kumamoto University
1725 Therapeutic Usefulness of Mast Cell-Stabilizers in the Chronic Kidney Disease Itsuro Kazama Tohoku University
1726 Development of Animal Models of Augmented Blood Pressure Variability Induced by High Salt Intake and Identification of the Mechanism and Therapeutic Methods Johji Kato University of Miyazaki
1727 Identification and Clarification of Mechanism for Elements that Regulate Disorders of Sensory Organs Masashi Kato Nagoya University
1728 Molecular and Neural Mechanisms of Salt Chemotaxis Learning Hirofumi Kunitomo The University of Tokyo
1729 Investigation of the Effect of Salt Intake-Mediated Dysbiosis on the Sensitivity to Viral Infectious Diseases Kei Sato Kyoto University
1730 Depressor Effect of an Intervention in Renal Endogeous Acetylcholine Release on Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Shuji Shimizu National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center
1731 Study on Noto Deep Ocean Water with Fish Stress Reduction Effect Nobuo Suzuki Kanazawa University
1732 Analysis of a Novel Mechanism of p38 MARK Activation by High Salt, which Drives Autoimmune Disease Kazuo Tatebayashi The University of Tokyo
1733 New Therapeutic Strategy of Salt-Sensitive Hypertension in Chronic Kidney Disease by Functionally Selective Modulation of Inflammatory Signaling Via Receptor Binding Molecule Kouichi TAMURA Yokohama City University
1734 Physiological Importance of Functional Coupling between TRPC3 and Nox2 in Cardiac Homeostasis Takuro Numaga-Tomita National Institute of Natural Sciences
1735 Analyses of Neural Mechanism Underlying Salt-Intake Control Based on Apptite Takeshi Y. Hiyama National Institute of Natural Sciences
1736 Influence of Maternal High Salt Diet on Fetal Brain Development Via Osmotic and Na, Cl Modulators Atsuo Fukuda Hamamatsu University School of Medicine
1737 Blood Pressure Regulation Coupled with Magnesium Reabsorption Yosuke Funato Osaka University
1738 Excessively Low Salt Diet Damages the Heart through Activation of Cardiac (Pro) Renin Receptor, Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone, and Sympatho-Adrenal Systems in Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats Shinya Minatoguchi Gifu University
1739 Roles of Transcription Factor NFAT5 in Renal Tubular Cells for Sodium Homeostasis and during the Progression of Renal Injury and Chronic Inflammation Masashi Mukoyama Kumamoto University
1740 The Novel Therapeutic Strategy for Salt-Sensitive Hypertension Via Inhibition of Renal Sympathetic Nerve Activation Eiichiro Yamamoto Kumamoto University
1741 Identification of a Gustatory Receptor for an Aversive High Salt Tokumitsu Wakabayashi Iwate University
1742 Basic Formation for Regulation of Tomato Fruit-Softening by Cell Wall Remodeling under the Salinity Condition Hiroaki Iwai University of Tsukuba
1743 Prediction of Optimum Cooking Condition and Changes in NaCl of Nimono with Refrigerated Storage Yoko Sato Ochanomizu University
1744 Individual Differences in Salt Receptors that Produce Differences in Intake Salt Concentration Threshold and Involvement of Intestinal Microflora Tomoyuki Shibata Fujita Health University
1745 Association Analysis and International Comparison of Responsible Gene Concerning Human Salt and Food Intake Kazuro Shimokawa Tohoku University
1746 Information Processing and Mutual Regulation in the Neurons Relaying Attractive and Aversive Salt Tastes Makoto Sugita Hiroshima University
1747 Effects of Allicin on Electrogenic Ion Transports and Its Correlation with Contraction in the Colon Yo Tsuchiya Tohoku Women's College
1748 Effect of Salt on Hydration and Glass Transition of Food Protein Analyzed by Thermal Analysis and Near‐Infrared Spectroscopy Hiroshi Nakagawa Japan Atomic Energy Agency
1749 Inhibitory Effects of Sodium Chloride on the Formation of Mutagens/Carcinogens and Expression of Genotoxicity during Cooking of Meat Shuichi Masuda University of Shizuoka
1750 Relations between Salt Intake in Mother Mice and Development of Life-Style Related Diseases Kazuki Mochizuki University of Yamanashi