(Last updated : 2024-07-03 10:52:10)
  Sekine Hidekazu
   Department   Research Institutes and Facilities, Research Institutes and Facilities  
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Books
1. Chapter contribution  Organ Bioluminescence Imaging Under Machine Perfusion Setting for Assessing Quality of Harvested Organ Preservation, Methods in molecular biology, Bioluminescence: Methods and Protocols 2022/07/15 Link
2. Chapter contribution  Tubular Cardiac Tissue Bioengineered from Multi-Layered Cell Sheets for Use in the Treatment of Heart Failure, Methods in Molecular Biology 2022/05/27 Link
3. Chapter contribution  Cell Sheets for Cardiac Tissue Engineering, Organ tissue engineering 2020/05/13 Link
4. Chapter contribution  Cell Sheet Tissue Engineering for Heart Failure, Etiology and Morphogenesis of Congenital Heart Disease 2016/06
5. Chapter contribution  Organ-Like Tissue Fabrication, Myocardial Tissue Engineering 2015/02
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■ Published papers
1. Original article  Exploration of Preservation Methods for Utilizing Porcine Fetal-Organ-Derived Cells in Regenerative Medicine Research. 2024/01/25
2. Original article  Successful reconstruction of the rat ureter by a syngeneic collagen tube with a cardiomyocyte sheet. 2023/12
3. Original article  The bioengineering of perfusable endocrine tissue with anastomosable blood vessels. 2023/08
4. Original article  Networked lymphatic endothelial cells in a transplanted cell sheet contribute to form functional lymphatic vessels. 2022/12/15
5. Original article  External pressure dynamics promote kidney viability and perfusate filtration during ex vivo kidney perfusion 2022/12/13 Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. Construction of a Three-Dimensional Tissue with a Dense Vascular Network by Culturing a Vascular Endothelial cells / Mesenchymal Stem cells co-cultured Cell Sheet under Intermittent Positive Pressure  2024/06/26
2. Development of an artificial vascular bed using hydrogel to insert perfusable vascular network into 3D tissues.  2022/11/14
3. SNRK regulates TGFβ levels in atria to prevent cardiac fibrosis.  2022/10/14
4. Maturation and Improvement of Contractile and Relaxation Capacity of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Derived Engineered Cardiomyocyte Tissue  2019/11/27
5. Improvement of Relaxation Function is a Novel Index of Maturation in Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Engineered Cardiomyocyte Tissues  2019/11/17
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■ Research areas
Biomedical engineering, Biomedical engineering 
■ Awards & honors
1. 2010/09 Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society Asia pacific, Best Poster Award.
■ Academic society memberships
1. 2006/04~ Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine International Society
■ Education
1. 2008/08/06
Degree Acquisition
Jichi Medical University,
2. 2001/04~2003/03 Graduate School, Division of Health Care, International University of Health and Welfare, Completed,
■ Academic & professional experience
1. 2022/11~ Tokyo Women's Medical University Institute of Advanced Biomedical Engineering and Science Associate Professor
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