Affiliation: Sojo University
- Pharmacological basis of traditional medicines and health supplements as curativesTakeshi Miyata
Department of Presymptomatic Medical Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sojo University, Kumamoto 860 0082, Japan
J Pharmacol Sci 103:127-31. 2007..Adoption of the means of translational research should provide an objective background for efficacy and stimulate broader application and usage of traditional medicines and health supplements...
- Novel approach to curatives of Mibyou (presymptomatic diseases)Takeshi Miyata
Department of Presymptomatic Medical Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sojo University, Kumamoto, Japan
Yakugaku Zasshi 131:1289-98. 2011..Adoption of means of translational research should provide objective background for efficacy and stimulate broader application and usage of traditional medicines and health supplements as curatives of Mibyou...
- [Novel approach to respiratory pharmacology--pharmacological basis of cough, sputum and airway clearance]Takeshi Miyata
Department of Chemico Pharmacological Sciences, Graduate School of Medical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kumamoto University, 5 1 Oehonmachi, Kumamoto 862 0973, Japan
Yakugaku Zasshi 123:987-1006. 2003..e., suppression of gene expression...
- Royal jelly has estrogenic effects in vitro and in vivoSatoshi Mishima
Nagaragawa Research Center, API Co, Ltd, 692 3 Nagara, Gifu 502 0071, Japan
J Ethnopharmacol 101:215-20. 2005..c.) restored it in uterus but not in brain. These findings provide evidence that RJ has estrogenic activities through interaction with estrogen receptors followed by endogenous gene expressions...
- Royal jelly stimulates bone formation: physiologic and nutrigenomic studies with mice and cell linesYukio Narita
Nagaragawa Research Center, API Co, Ltd, Japan
Biosci Biotechnol Biochem 70:2508-14. 2006..These data suggest that RJ as a whole or some of its individual components stimulates production of type I collagen and other activities for bone formation through action on osteoblasts...