Wataru Inoue
Wataru Inoue
Assistant Professor, Robarts Research Institute, Dept. Physiology and Pharmacology, University of
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Coexpression of microsomal-type prostaglandin E synthase with cyclooxygenase-2 in brain endothelial cells of rats during endotoxin-induced fever
K Yamagata, K Matsumura, W Inoue, T Shiraki, K Suzuki, S Yasuda, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 21 (8), 2669-2677, 2001
Obesity, adipokines and neuroinflammation
A Aguilar-Valles, W Inoue, C Rummel, GN Luheshi
Neuropharmacology 96, 124-134, 2015
Stress-related synaptic plasticity in the hypothalamus
JS Bains, JIW Cusulin, W Inoue
Nature Reviews Neuroscience 16 (7), 377-388, 2015
Leptin modulates cell morphology and cytokine release in microglia
V Lafrance, W Inoue, B Kan, GN Luheshi
Brain, behavior, and immunity 24 (3), 358-365, 2010
Noradrenaline is a stress-associated metaplastic signal at GABA synapses
W Inoue, DV Baimoukhametova, T Füzesi, JIW Cusulin, K Koblinger, ...
Nature neuroscience 16 (5), 605-612, 2013
Brain-specific endothelial induction of prostaglandin E2 synthesis enzymes and its temporal relation to fever
W Inoue, K Matsumura, K Yamagata, T Takemiya, T Shiraki, S Kobayashi
Neuroscience research 44 (1), 51-61, 2002
Noxious heat receptors present in cold-sensory cells in rats
M Okazawa, W Inoue, A Hori, H Hosokawa, K Matsumura, S Kobayashi
Neuroscience letters 359 (1-2), 33-36, 2004
Leptin induces interleukin‐1β release from rat microglial cells through a caspase 1 independent mechanism
E Pinteaux, W Inoue, L Schmidt, F Molina‐Holgado, NJ Rothwell, ...
Journal of neurochemistry 102 (3), 826-833, 2007
Leptin regulates leukocyte recruitment into the brain following systemic LPS-induced inflammation
C Rummel, W Inoue, S Poole, GN Luheshi
Molecular psychiatry 15 (5), 523-534, 2010
Glucocorticoid feedback uncovers retrograde opioid signaling at hypothalamic synapses
JI Wamsteeker Cusulin, T Füzesi, W Inoue, JS Bains
Nature neuroscience 16 (5), 596-604, 2013
Selective contribution of interleukin‐6 and leptin to brain inflammatory signals induced by systemic LPS injection in mice
C Rummel, W Inoue, C Sachot, S Poole, T Hübschle, GN Luheshi
Journal of Comparative Neurology 511 (3), 373-395, 2008
Endocannabinoids gate state-dependent plasticity of synaptic inhibition in feeding circuits
KM Crosby, W Inoue, QJ Pittman, JS Bains
Neuron 71 (3), 529-541, 2011
Immune-to-brain signaling and central prostaglandin E2 synthesis in fasted rats with altered lipopolysaccharide-induced fever
W Inoue, G Somay, S Poole, GN Luheshi
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2008
Leptin induces cyclooxygenase‐2 via an interaction with interleukin‐1β in the rat brain
W Inoue, S Poole, AF Bristow, GN Luheshi
European Journal of Neuroscience 24 (8), 2233-2245, 2006
Changes in the proportion of inhibitory interneuron types from sensory to executive areas of the primate neocortex: implications for the origins of working memory representations
S Torres-Gomez, JD Blonde, D Mendoza-Halliday, E Kuebler, M Everest, ...
Cerebral Cortex 30 (8), 4544-4562, 2020
Osmoregulation requires brain expression of the renal Na-K-2Cl cotransporter NKCC2
A Konopacka, J Qiu, ST Yao, MP Greenwood, M Greenwood, T Lancaster, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (13), 5144-5155, 2015
Chronic hM3Dq signaling in microglia ameliorates neuroinflammation in male mice
W Binning, AE Hogan-Cann, DY Sakae, M Maksoud, V Ostapchenko, ...
Brain, Behavior, and Immunity 88, 791-801, 2020
Chronic stress physically spares but functionally impairs innate-like invariant T cells
PT Rudak, J Choi, KM Parkins, KL Summers, DN Jackson, PJ Foster, ...
Cell reports 35 (2), 2021
Beyond inhibition: GABA synapses tune the neuroendocrine stress axis
W Inoue, JS Bains
Bioessays 36 (6), 561-569, 2014
Acute starvation alters lipopolysaccharide-induced fever in leptin-dependent and-independent mechanisms in rats
W Inoue, GN Luheshi
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2010
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