(Last updated : 2024-03-14 12:07:58)
  Keita Kanzaki
   Department   Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare  ,
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Present specialized field
Sports sciences, Physiology, Nutrition science and health science (Key Word:skeletal muscle, excitation-contraction coupling, muscle fatigue, proteolysis, soy protein, leucine, amino acid sensing) 
■ Journal
1. 2024/03/25 Pre-exercise nitric oxide donor supplementation attenuates the decline in muscle contractile force and ryanodine receptor proteolysis following eccentric contraction.  Link
2. 2023/06/14 Effects of leucine ingestion and contraction on the Sestrin/GATOR2 pathway and mTORC1 activation in rat fast-twitch muscle  Link
3. 2022/07/19 Mechanisms of eccentric contraction-induced muscle damage and nutritional supplementations for mitigating it  Link
4. 2022/01/01 How to evaluate skeletal muscle function: suggestion from studies on skeletal muscle fatigue  Link
5. 2020/07 Effects of Dietary Soy and Whey Proteins on Muscle Strength Recovery Following Eccentric Contractions  Link
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■ Presentation
1. 2022/09/23 Effect of denervation on leucine-induced dissociation of Sestrin1 from GATOR2 complex in rat slow-twitch muscle. (Poster notice,General)  Link
2. 2018/09/15 L-arginine ingestion inhibits eccentric contraction-induced proteolysis and force deficit via S-nitrosylation of calpain. (Poster notice,General) 
3. 2016/10/08 L-arginine administration attenuates eccentric contraction-induced force depression in rat fast-twitch muscles (Poster notice,General)