Integrative Life Sciences :
Brain and Nervous System


Professor TAKEUCHI Hideaki
Campus Katahira campus
Laboratory Molecular Ethology
Tel +81-22-217-6218
E-mail hideaki.takeuchi.a8@tohoku.ac.jp
Website https://sites.google.com/view/molecular-ethology-laboratory https://sites.google.com/view/molecular-ethology-laboratory/english
Please see my researchmap: https://researchmap.jp/Takeuchi/english
Selected Publications
1) A new data-mining method to search for behavioral properties that induce alignment and their involvement in social learning in medaka fish (Oryzias Latipes). T. Ochiai, Y. Suehiro, K. Nishinari, T. Kubo, H. Takeuchi PLoS ONE 8, e71685 (2013).
2) A neural mechanism underlying mating preferences for familiar individuals in medaka fish. T. Okuyama, S. Yokoi, H. Abe, Y. Suehiro, H. Imada, M. Tanaka, T. Kawasaki, S. Yuba , Y. Taniguchi, Y. Kamei, K. Okubo, A. Shimada, K. Naruse, H. Takeda, Y. Oka, T. Kubo, and H. Takeuchi Science 343, 91-94 (2014).
3) Genetic control of startle behavior in medaka fish. S. Tsuboko, T. Kimura, M. Shinya, Y. Suehiro, T. Okuyama, A. Shimada, H. Takeda, K. Naruse, T. Kubo, H. Takeuchi, PLoS ONE 9, e112527 (2014).
4) An essential role of the arginine vasotocin system in mate-guarding behaviors in triadic relationships of medaka Fish (Oryzias latipes). S. Yokoi, T. Okuyama, Y. Kamei, K. Naruse, Y. Taniguchi, S. Ansai, M. Kinoshita, L.J. Young, N. Takemori, T. Kubo, H. Takeuchi, PLOS Genetics 11, e1005009 (2015).
5) Ontogeny and sexual differences in swimming proximity to conspecifics in response to visual cues in medaka fish. Y. Isoe, Y. Konagaya, S. Yokoi, T. Kubo, H. H. Takeuchi, Zool. Sci. 33, 246-254 (2016).
6) Mate-guarding behavior enhances male reproductive success via familiarization with mating partners in medaka fish. S. Yokoi, S. Ansai, M. Kinoshita, K. Naruse, Y. Kamei, L.J. Young, T. Okuyama, H. Takeuchi, Front. Zool. 13, 21 (2016).
7) Individual recognition and the 'face inversion effect' in medaka fish (Oryzias latipes). M.Y. Wang and H. Takeuchi, eLife, 6, 24728 (2017).
8) Sexually dimorphic role of oxytocin in medaka mate choice. S. Yokoi, K. Naruse, Y. Kamei, S. Ansai, M. Kinoshita, M. Mito, S. Iwasaki, S. Inoue, T. Okuyama, S. Nakagawa, L.J. Young , H. Takeuchi, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 117, 4802-4808 (2020).