Research Achievements

Original Article

  1. Nakajima K*, Miyazaki F*, Terada K, Takakura H, Suzuki M, Ogawa M. Comparison of low-molecular-weight ligand and whole antibody in prostate-specific membrane antigen targeted near-infrared photoimmunotherapy. Int J Pharm 2021, 609, 121135. *Contributed equally. PMID 34571072
  2. Suzuki M, Katayama T, Suzuki C, Nakajima K, Magata Y, Ogawa M. Uptake of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor imaging agent is reduced in the pro-inflammatory macrophage. Nucl Med Biol 2021, 102-103, 45-55. PMID 34619460
  3. Hirata H, Kuwatani M, Nakajima K, Kodama Y, Yoshikawa Y, Ogawa M, Sakamoto N. Near-infrared photoimmunotherapy (NIR-PIT) on cholangiocarcinoma using a novel catheter device with light emitting diodes. Cancer Sci 2021. 112, 828-838. PMID 33345417
  4. Nakajima K, Ogawa M. Phototoxicity in near-infrared photoimmunotherapy is influenced by the subcellular localization of antibody-IR700. Photodiagnosis Photodyn Ther 2020, 31 , 101926. PMID 32717450
  5. Nishimoto Y, Nishio M, Nagashima S, Nakajima K, Ohira T, Nakai S, Nakase I, Higashikawa K, Kuge Y, Matsumoto A, Ogawa M, Kojima C. Association of Hydrophobic Carboxyl-Terminal Dendrimers with Lymph Node-Resident Lymphocytes. Polymers 2020, 12 (7), 1474. PMID 32630042
  6. Tomita M, Suzuki M, Kono Y, Nakajima K, Matsuda T, Kuge Y, Ogawa M. Influence on [18F]FDG uptake by cancer cells after anti PD-1 therapy in an enforced-immune activated mouse tumor. EJNMMI Res 2020, 10 (1), 24. PMID 32189078
  7. Nishimoto Y, Nagashima S, Nakajima K, Ohira T, Sato T, Izawa T, Yamate J, Higashikawa K, Kuge Y, Ogawa M, Kojima C. Carboxyl-, sulfonyl-, and phosphate-terminal dendrimers as a nanoplatform with lymph node targeting. Int J Pharm 2020, 576, 119021. PMID 31917298
  8. Tomita M, Yasui H, Higashikawa K, Nakajima K, Takakura H, Shiga T, Kuge Y, Ogawa M. Anti PD-1 treatment increases [18F]FDG uptake by cancer cells in a mouse B16F10 melanoma model. EJNMMI Research 2018, 8, 82. PMID 30117062
  9. Nakajima K, Takakura H, Shimizu Y, Ogawa M. Changes in plasma membrane damage inducing cell death after treatment with near-infrared photoimmunotherapy. Cancer Sci 2018, 109 (9), 2889-2896. PMID 29949672
  10. Nakajima K, Kimura T, Takakura H, Yoshikawa Y, Kameda A, Shindo T, Sato K, Kobayashi H, Ogawa M. Implantable wireless powered light emitting diode (LED) for near-infrared photoimmunotherapy: device development and experimental assessment in vitro and in vivo. Oncotarget 2018, 9 (28), 20048-20057. PMID 29732002