Tomohiro Nakayasu, Masaki Yasugi, Soma Shiraishi, Seiichi Uchida, Eiji Watanabe, Three-dimensional computer graphic animations for studying social approach behaviour in medaka fish: Effects of systematic manipulation of morphological and motion cues. PLOS ONEhttps://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0175059 (2017)

Nakayasu, T., and Watanabe, E., Biological motion stimuli are attractive to medaka fish. Animal Cognition, Volume 17, Issue 3, pp 559–575 (2014).

Hiyama, T.Y., Yoshida M., Matsumoto, M., Suzuki, R., Matsuda, T., Watanabe, E., and Noda, M., Endothelin-3 Expression in the Subfornical Organ Enhances the Sensitivity of Nax, the Brain Sodium-Level Sensor, to Suppress Salt Intake. Cell Metabolism 17, 1-13 (2013).

Matsunaga, W., and Watanabe, E. Visual motion with pink noise induces predation behaviour. Scientific Reports 2, 219 (2012).

Watanabe, E., Matsunaga, W., and Kitaoka, A., Motion signals deflect relative positions of moving objects, Vision Research 50, 2381-2390 (2010)

Matsunaga, W., and, Watanabe, E., Habituation of medaka (Oryzias latipes) demonstrated by open-field testing, Behavioural Processes 85, 142-150 (2010)

Hiyama, T.Y., Matsuda, S., Fujikawa, A., Matsumoto, M., Watanabe, E., Kajiwara, H., Niimura, F., and Noda, M., Autoimmunity to the sodium-level sensor in the brain causes essential hypernatremia, Neuron 66, 508-522 (2010)
This paper is selected as the featured article of NEURON.

Shimizu, H., Watanabe, E., Hiyama, T.Y., Nagakura, A., Fujikawa, A., Okado, H., Yanagawa, Y., Obata, K., and Noda, M., Glial Nax channels control lactate signaling to neurons for brain [Na+] sensing, Neuron  54, 59-72 (2007)
This paper is selected as the featured article of NEURON.
This paper is selected as the Editors' Choice of Science's STKE.

Watanabe, E., Hiyama, T.Y., Shimizu, H., Kodama, R., Hayashi, N., Miyata, S., Yanagawa, Y., Obata, K., and Noda, M., Sodium-level-sensitive sodium channel Nax is expressed in glial laminate processes in the sensory circumventricular organs, American Journal of Physiology 290, R568-R576 (2006)
This paper is selected as a 'Must read' paper by Faculty of 1000 (selected by Dr. Alastair Ferguson).

Niisato, K., Fujikawa, A., Komai, S., Shintani, T., Watanabe, E., Sakaguchi, G., Katsuura, G., Manabe, T. and Noda, M., Age-dependent enhancement of hippocampal LTP and impairment of spatial learning through the ROCK pathway in protein tyrosine phosphatase receptor type Z-deficient mice, Journal of Neuroscience 25, 1081-1088 (2005)

Hiyama, T.Y., Watanabe, E., Okado, H. and Noda, M., The subfornical organ is the primary locus of sodium-level sensing by Nax sodium channels for the control of salt-intake behavior, Journal of Neuroscience 24, 9276-9281 (2004)
This paper is selected as a 'Recommended' paper by Faculty of 1000 (selected by Dr. Stephan Roper).

Watanabe, U., Shimura, T., Sako, N., Kitagawa, J., Shingai, T. Watanabe, E., Noda, M. and Yamamoto, T., A comparison of voluntary salt-intake behavior in Nax-gene deficient and wild-type mice with reference to peripheral taste inputs, Brain Research 967, 247-256 (2003)

Watanabe, E., Hiyama, T.Y., Kodama, R. and Noda, M., Nax sodium channel is expressed in non-myelinating Schwann cells and alveolar type II cells, Neuroscience Letters 330, 109-113 (2002)

Hiyama, T.Y., Watanabe, E., Ono, K., Inenaga, K., Tamkun, M.M., Yoshida, S. and Noda, M., Nax channel involved in CNS sodium-level sensing, Nature Neuroscience 5, 511-512 (2002)

Zubair, M., Watanabe, E., Fukada, M. and Noda, M., Genetic labeling of specific axonal pathways in the mouse central nervous system, European Journal of Neuroscience 15, 807-814 (2002)

Watanabe, E., Fujikawa, A., Matsunaga, H., Yasoshima, Y., Sako, N., Yamamoto, T., Saegusa, C. and Noda, M., Nav2/NaG channel is involved in control of salt intake behavior in the CNS, Journal of Neuroscience 20, 7743-7751 (2000)

Shintani, T., Watanabe, E., Maeda, N. and Noda, M., Neurons as well as astrocytes express proteoglycan-type protein tyrosine phosphatase-zeta/RRTP-beta Analysis of mice in which the PTP-zeta/RRTP-beta gene was replaced with the lacZ gene, Neuroscience Letters 247,135-138 (1998)

Matsui, F., Nishizuka, M., Yasuda, Y., Aono, S., Watanabe, E. and Oohira, A., Occurrence of an N-terminal proteolytic fragment of neurocan, not a C-terminal half, in a perineuronal net in the adult rat cerebrum, Brain Research 790, 45-51 (1998)

Yasuda, Y., Tokita, Y., Aono, S., Matsui, F., Ono, T., Sonta, S., Watanabe, E., Nakanishi, Y. and Oohira, A., Cloning and chromosomal mapping of the human gene of neuroglycan C (NGC), a neuronal transmembrane chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan with an EGF module, Neuroscience Research 32, 313-322 (1998)

Katoh-Semba, R., Matsuda, M., Watanabe, E., Maeda, N. and Oohira, A., Two types of brain chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan: their distribution and possible functions in the rat embryo., Neuroscience Research 31, 273-282 (1998)

Watanabe, E., Matsui, F., Keino, H., Ono, K., Kushima, Y., Noda, M. and Oohira, A., A membrane-bound heparan sulfate proteoglycan that is transiently expressed on growing axons in the rat brain, Journal of Neuroscience Research 44,84-96 (1996)

Watanabe, E., Maeda, N., Matsui, F., Kushima, Y., Noda, M. and Oohira, A., Neuroglycan C, a novel membrane-spanning chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan that is restricted to the brain., Journal of Biological Chemistry 270, 26876-26882 (1995)

Watanabe, E., Aono, S., Matsui, F., Yamada, Y., Naruse, I. and Oohira, A., Distribution of a brain-specific proteoglycan, neurocan, and the corresponding mRNA during the formation of barrels in the rat somatosensory cortex, European Journal of Neuroscience 7, 547-554 (1995)

Oohira, A., Kushima, Y., Matsui, F. and Watanabe, E., Detection of alzheimer's beta-amyloid precursor related prteins bearing chondroitin sulfate both in the juvenile rat brain and in the conditioned medium of primary cultured astrocytes, Neuroscience Letters 189, 25-28 (1995)

Oohira, A., Katoh-Semba, R., Watanabe, E. and Matsui, F., Brain development and multiple molecular species of proteoglycan, Neuroscience Research 20, 195-207 (1994)

Matsui, F., Watanabe, E. and Oohira, A., Immunological identification of two proteoglycan fragments derived from neurocan, a brain-specific chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan, Neurochemistry International 25, 425-431 (1994)

Watanabe, E., Fujita, S.C., Murakami, F., Hayashi, M. and Matsumura, M., A monoclonal antibody identifies a novel epitope surrounding a subpopulation of the mammalian central neurons, Neuroscience 29, 645-657 (1989)

Kobayashi, H., Watanabe, E. and Murakami, F., Growth cones of dorsal root ganglion but not retina collapse and avoid oligodendrocytes in culture, Devlomental Biology 168, 383-394 (1995)

Watanabe, E., Hosokawa, H., Kobayashi, H. and Murakami, F., Low density, but not high density, C6 glioma cells support dorsal root ganglion and sympathetic ganglion neurite outgrowth, European Journal of Neuroscience 6, 1354-1361 (1994)

Watanabe, E. and Murakami, F., Cell attachment to and neurite outgrowth on tissue sections of developing, mature and lesioned brain, the role of inhibitory factor(s) in the CNS white matter, Neuroscience Research 8, 83-99 (1990)

Watanabe, E. and Murakami, F., Preferential adhesion of chick central neurons to the gray matter of the central nervous system, Neuroscience Letters 97, 69-74 (1989)

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