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  1. Daniel J. Clauwa, Hiroshi UedaSummary of the Fibromyalgia Research Symposium2016 in Nagasaki. PAIN REPORTS.e582,2017

  2. Ma L, Ueda H: MALDI-TOF-MS analysis of lysophosphatidic acid production during neuropathic pain. J Neurochem. 2012 Oct, Volume 123 Suppl 1: GO02-6Ma L, Ueda H: MALDI-TOF-MS analysis of lysophosphatidic acid production during neuropathic pain. J Neurochem. 2012 Oct, Volume 123 Suppl 1: GO02-6
  3. Ueda H: Recent advances in understanding of various chronic pain mechanisms through lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) receptor signaling. Proceedings of the 8th Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN) Meeting and 1st Bio-Rheumatology International Congress (BRIC). Arthritis Research & Therapy 2012, 14(Suppl 1): O6
  4. Araki K, Nishiyori M, Ueda H: Intermittent cold stress-induced experimental fibromyalgia model in mice - pharmacology and neurobiology. Proceedings of the 8th Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN) Meeting and 1st Bio-Rheumatology International Congress (BRIC). Arthritis Research & Therapy 2012, 14(Suppl 1): P6
  5. Nagai J, Nishiyori M, Ueda H: Pilocarpine suppresses hyperalgesia induced by intermittent cold stress (ICS) as an experimental fibromyalgia model in mice. Proceedings of the 8th Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN) Meeting and 1st Bio-Rheumatology International Congress (BRIC). Arthritis Research & Therapy 2012, 14(Suppl 1): P51
  6. Uchida H, Nishiyori M, Ueda H: Resistance to morphine analgesia and its underlying mechanisms in an experimental mouse model of fibromyalgia. Proceedings of the 8th Global Arthritis Research Network (GARN) Meeting and 1st Bio-Rheumatology International Congress (BRIC). Arthritis Research & Therapy 2012, 14(Suppl 1): P71
  7. K. Kidera and H. Ueda: Kyotorphin (Tyrosine-Arginine) Causes the Pertussis Toxin-sensitive GPCR-mediated Attenuation of Cardiomyocyte Beating; in: Peptide Science 2004 Y. Shimohigashi(Ed.);The Japanese Peptide Society(2005);pp401-402.
  8. Ueda H. Inoue M. and Mizuno K.; New approaches to study the development of morphine tolerance and dependence; In: Life Sci.; 2003Dec, 74(2-3), 313-320.
  9. Yoshida A. Inoue M. and Ueda H.; Involvement of Enhanced gene expression of anti-opioid systems in morphine tolerance and dependence; in: Catecholamine Research: from Molecular Insights to Clinical Medicine; Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers; Advances in behavioral biology; 2002; 53; pp397-400.
  10. Ueda H. Miyamae T. Hayashi C. Watanabe S. Fukushima N. Sasaki Y. and Misu Y.; delta-, mu-, kapper-Opioid receptors mediate activation of phospholipase C through Gi1 in Xenopus oocytes; In: Analgesia; 1995; 1, 797-800.
  11. Ueda H. Hayashi C. Miyamae T. Watanabe S. Fukushima N. Sasaki Y. Misu Y.; Desensitization of delta -opioid receptor in Xenopus oocytes, COS-cells and guinea pig striatal membranes; In: Analgesia; 1995; 1, 793-796.
  12. Yue J-L. Miyamae T. Ueda H. and Misu Y.; Altered basal release and pressor effect of L-DOPA in the rostral ventrolateral medulla of spontaneously hypertensive rats; In: Clin. Exp. Pharmacol. Physiol. 22, suppl.; 1995; I, S43-45.
  13. Misu Y. Yue J-L Okumura Y. Miyamae T. and Ueda H.; Altered basal release and depressor effect of L-DOPA in the nucleus tractus solitarii of spontaneously hypertensive rats; In: Clin. Exp. Pharmacol. Physiol. Suppl.; 1995; I, S34-36.
  14. Ueda H. Miyamae T. Fukushima N. and Misu Y; Opioid receptor coupling to Gi-phospholipase C activation in Xenopus oocytes and homologous desensitization mechanisms through phosphorylation; in: Regulatory peptides; 1994; 54(1), pp305-306.
  15. Satoh M. Ueda H. Tamura S. Yoshihara Y. and Fukushima N.; Inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate activates Ca2+ channels in the plasma membranes of rat brain nerve terminals; In: Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. (S. Kito, T. Segawa and R. Olsen, eds.), Plenum Press, New York; 1991; 287, pp. 97-110.
  16. Satoh M. Ueda H. Misawa H. Harada J. Nishimura K. Katada T. and Ui M.; Different modes of coupling of d-opioid receptors with GTP-binding proteins in membrane preparations from guinea-pig striatum and ileal myenteric plexus; In: New leads in opioid research (J.M. van Ree, A.H. Mulder, V.M. Wiegant and T.B. Van Wimersma Greidanus, eds.), Excerpta Medica; 1990; pp. 297-299.
  17. Ueda H. Tamura S. Yasumoto T. Takagi H. and Satoh M.; kapper-opioid receptor mediates inhibition of omega -conotoxin-sensitive Ca2+ channel in nerve terminals; In: Advances in the Biosciences (J. Cros, J.-C. Meunier, M. Hamon, eds.) Pergamon Press; 1989; 75, pp. 173-176.
  18. Satoh M. Ueda H. Yoshihara Y. Misawa H. Fukushima N. Katada T. Ui M. and Takagi H. ;Kyotorphin receptors mediate phospholipase C stimulation via Gi protein; In: Advances in the Biosciences (J. Cros, M.-C. Meunier, M. Hamon, eds.), Pergamon Press; 1989; 75, pp. 173-176.
  19. Ueda H. Misawa H. Wada Y. Katada T. Ui M. Takagi H. and Satoh M.; The stoichiometry of functional coupling of purified mu-opioid receptors with purified Gi or Go; In: Advances in the Biosciences (J. Cros, J.-C. Meunier, M. Hamon, eds.), Pergamon Press; 1989; 75, pp.149-152.
  20. Ueda H. Misawa H. Katada T. Ui M. Takagi H. and Satoh M.; Distinct modes of coupling of mu, delta and kapper-opioid receptors with GTP-binding proteins in brain membranes; In: Advances in the Biosciences, J. Cros, J.-C. Meunier, M. Hamon, eds. Pergamon Press; 1989; 75, pp. 129-132.
  21. Ueda H. and  Satoh M.; Reconstitution of opioid receptors and GTP-binding proteins - signal transduction and its regulation of mu, delta and kapper-opioid receptor systems; In: Progress in Endocrinology (H. Imura, ed.) Elsevier; 1988; pp. 1137-1142.
  22. Takagi H. and Ueda H.; Kyotorphin in the brain may function as an endogenous pain modulator; In: Biowarning System in the Brain (H. Takagi, Y. Oomura, M. Ito and M. Otsuka, eds.), University of Tokyo Press; 1988; pp. 139-154.
  23. Goshima Y. Ueda H. Kubo T. and Misu Y.; Involvement of adrenaline in presynaptic beta-receptor mechanisms of endogenous noradrenaline, dopamine and adrenaline release from rat hypothalamic slices; In: Pharmacology of adrenoceptors (Szabadi, E., Bradshaw, C.M. and Nahorski, S.R., ed.), Macmillan, London; 1985; pp. 331-332.
  24. Kubo T. Goshima Y. Ueda H. and Takagi H.; Alpha2-Adrenoceptor-mediated modulation of noradrenaline release from slices of hypothalamus and brain stem in spontaneously hypertensive rats; In: Pharmacology of adrenoceptors (E. Szabadi, C.M. Bradshaw, and S.R. Nahorski, ed.), Macmillan, London; 1985; pp. 329-330.
  25. Ueda H. Tatsumi K. Shiomi H. and Takagi H.; Subcellular distribution of analgesic dipeptide, kyotorphin (Tyr-Arg) in the rat brain; In: Advances in Endogenous and Exogenous Opioids (H. Takagi, ed.), Kodansha, Tokyo; 1981; pp. 176-178.
  26. Takagi H. Satoh M. Shiomi H. Akaike A. Ueda H. Kawajiri S. Yamamoto M. and Amano H.; Identification of a new opioid peptide from the bovine brain and its mechanism of action; In: Endogenous and Exogenous Opiate Agonists and Antagonists (E.L. Way, ed.), Pergamon Press; 1980; pp. 201-204.

Writings
  1. Ueda H,Uchida HLipid mediator LPA-induced demyelination and self-amplification of LPA biosynthesis in chronic pain memory mechanisms, Bioactive Lipid Mediators: Current Reviews and Protocols 2015.(Chaptor16) p223-236
  2. Ueda H: Lysophosphatidic acid and neuropathic pain – demyelination and LPA Biosynthesis.Lysophospholipid Receptors: Signaling and Biochemistry. John Wiley, 2013.Apr.01; pp433-449
  3. Ueda H, Matsunaga H and Sebok K. Halder: Prothymosin α-A Novel Endogenous Neuroprotective Polypeptide against Ischemic Damages. In: Neuropeptides in Neuroprotection and Neuroregeneration. CRC Press, 2012.05.01; pp128-143.
  4. Ueda H: Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Morphine Analgestic Tolerance and Hyperalgesia. In Opioid-Induced Hyperalgesia, Informa Healthcare, 2009.05.01; pp9-20
  5. Ueda H: Anti-opioid involvement in morphine tolerance and addiction -locus-specific involvement of nociceptin and NMDA receptor. In: Pathological pain: from molecular to clinical aspects (Novartis Foundation Symposium No.261); Novartis Foundation; john Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2004; pp155-166.
  6. Ueda H: Locus-Specific Involvement of Anti-Opioid Systems in Morphine Tolerance and Dependence; Current Status of Drug Dependance/ Abuse Studies: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Drugs of Abuse and Neurotoxicity; edited by Syed F. Ali and Toshitaka Nakashima. In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2004 Dec; 1026; pp376-382.
  7. Misu Y. Ueda H. and Goshima Y: Neurotransmitter-like actions of L-DOPA. In: Adv. in Pharmacol., 1995; 32: 427-459.
  8. Ueda H. and Satoh M: mu -Opioid receptor-purification and reconstitution with GTP-binding protein. In: Receptor Purification Vol.1 (G. Litwack, ed.), Humana Press, Clifton, 1990; pp. 115-129.
  9. Takagi H and Ueda H: Kyotorphin in the brain may function as an endogenous pain modulator. In: Biowarning System in the Brain (H. Takagi, Y. Onomura, M. Ito and M. Otsuka, eds), University of Tokyo Press, 1988; pp. 139-154.
  10. Ueda H. Satoh M. and Takagi H: Reconsitution of functional opioid receptors and GTP binding proteins. In: Biowarning System in the Brain (H. Takagi, Y. Oomura, M. Ito and M. Otsuka, eds.), University of Tokyo Press, 1988; pp. 189-196.
 
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