(Last updated : 2024-03-07 10:23:05)
  Suzui Masatoshi
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Business Administration
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2004/06 Article Natural killer cell lytic activity and CD56dim and CD56bright cell distributions during and after intensive training. Journal of Applied Physiology 96(6),pp.2167-2173 (Collaboration)  Link
2. 2000/10 Article Mobilization of NK cells by exercise : Down modulation of adhesion molecules on NK cells by catecholamines. American Journal of Physiology 279(4),pp.R1251-R1256 (Collaboration)  Link
3. 1999/05 Article Indomethacin Inhibits Circulating PGE2 and Reverses Postexercise Suppression of Natutral Killer Cell Activity. American Journal of Physiology 276(5 Pt 2),pp.R1496-R1505 (Collaboration)  Link
4. 2001/05 Article Highly Sensitive Determination of Plasma Cytokines by Time-Resolved Fluoroimmunoassay; Effect of Bicycle Exercise on Plasma Level of Interleukin-1α(IL-1α), Tumor Necrosis Factor α (TNFα), and Interferon γ (INFγ) The Japan Society for Analytical ChemistryAnalytical Sciences 17(5),pp.593-597 (Collaboration)  Link
5. 1998/12 Article beta-Endorphin and natural killer cell cytolytic activity during prolonged exercies. Is there a connection? American Journal of Physiology 257(6Pt2),pp.R1725-R1734 (Collaboration)  Link
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2019/05/29 Mobilization and Fcγ-Receptor Expression of Six NK Cell Subsets During and After Acute Exercise (American College of Sports Medicine 66th Annual Meeting)
2. 2014/05/31 Natural Killer Cells Response to the Muscular Metaboreflex (American College of Sports Medicine 61th Annual Meeting)
3. 2013/09/09 Effects of Acute Exercise on Expressions of Functional Receptors on CD56dim and CD56bright Natural Killer Cells (International Society of Exercise Immunology, The 11th Symposium)
4. 2013/05/31 Effect of OLL 1073R-1 Yogurt Intake on NK Cell Receptors during Intense Training (American College of Sports Medicine 60th Annual Meeting)
5. 2012/06/01 Effects of Acute Exercise on Expressions of Natural Killer Cell Receptors (American College of Sports Medicine 59th Annual Meeting)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2004/12/20
Degree Acquisition
Juntendo University, Ph.D. of Medicine
2. 1983/04~1985/03 〔Master Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Physical Education, University of Tsukuba, Master of Physical Education
3. 1978/04~1982/03 School of Business Management, Meiji University, Graduated, Bachelor of Business Administration
4. 1985/03/25
Degree Acquisition
University of Tsukuba, Master of Physical Education
■ Career History
1. 1998/04 Meiji University School of Business Administration Professor
2. 2001/05~2023/03 Juntendo University Medical School, Department of Immunology Collaborate Researcher
3. 1994/04~1995/03 University of Toronto Visiting Researcher
4. 2000/04~2001/03 Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Gerontology Part-time Researcher
5. 1994/01~2004/03 Gunma University Faculty of Education Part-time Lecturer
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■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1. 2009/04~2013/03  Effecs of Exercise on Intensities of Expressions of Receptors on NK cell Subsets.  (Key Word : )
2. 1999/04~2001/03  Effects of Intensive Training on Natural Killer Cell Function  (Key Word : )
3. 1998/09~1999/08  Exercise Intensity and Autonomic Nervous System  (Key Word : )
4. 2009~  Exercise and Immunology  (Key Word : exercise, natural killer cell)
5. 1994~  Exercise and Immune Function  (Key Word : exercise, natural killer cell)
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■ Committees and Associations
1. 2006/07/21~2009/03/31 Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine
■ Web Sites
■ Current Specialized Field
Sports sciences, Immunology, Nutrition science and health science, Family and consumer sciences, and culture and living, Medical management and medical sociology 
■ Courses and Lectures taught or delivered in the past
1. Lifestyle Management(Meiji University, The School of Business Administration)
2. Health Science(Meiji University, The School of Business Administration)
3. Contemporary Health Issues(Meiji University, The School of Business Administration)