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SAGAWA Kazunori

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FacultyGeneral Education Division / Graduate School of Financials
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Education and Career

Education

  •  - 1982 , Nippon Sport Science University
  •  - 1982 , Nippon Sport Science University, Graduate School, Division of Physical Recreation
  •  - 1980 , Nippon Sport Science University, Faculty of Sport Science
  •  - 1980 , Nippon Sport Science University, Faculty of Physical Education

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Life sciences, Sports science

Research Interests

  • Health and Sports Science

Published Papers

  • Characteristics of the gait of middle-aged and older women when pole walking to prevent care dependency, Hikaru Tanaka, Satoeru Tanabe, Hiromi Shinno, Aya Arai, Kazunori Sagawa, 12, 383 - 395, Jul. 2020 , Refereed
  • Development of the walking style with poles for preventive care, SAGAWA Kazunori, Osaka reserch journal of physicai education, Osaka reserch journal of physicai education, 56, 1 - 8, Mar. 2018 , Refereed
  • Body composition, blood profile and dietary intake in college American football players: The differences between the positions, KAKUTANI YUYA, UESHIMA SHIGERU, KAWANISHI MASAKO, TOKIMOTO MASAKI, MATSUNAMI TOKUMA, SAGAWA KAZUNORI, MYOJIN CHIHO, 体力科学, 体力科学, 62(5), 413 - 423, Oct. 01 2013
    Summary:The purpose of this study was to clarify the body composition and blood profile in college American football players, and whether the differences can be referred to their playing positions; Lines vs Backs. Body compositions, blood profile and nutrients intake were investigated. The Linemen showed a significant higher %BF than Backs, and most of the Linemen were assessed as obese according to their %BF and BMI. The risk of dyslipidemia in Linemen was higher than that in the Backs. There were no obvious difference between Linemen and Backs in their intake amount of energy and all nutrients per person. However, when compared in per body-weight, the intake amount of energy and 3 major nutrients were significantly low in Linemen than Backs. Furthermore, the data indicate that dietary awareness and diet behavior are relatively poor in the Linemen. Since body weight is the most crucial factor of Linemen for their playing performances, it can be speculated that their necessity to gain body weight may have led them to be obesity. Since weight-gain is not desirable in the aspect of metabolic disorders prevention, our result indicated that Linemen, rather than the Backs, are the potential target who need an appropriate nutritional support by dietician to control their nutritional intake and body weight, not only for achieving sport performance but also for preventing metabolic disorders. Therefore, it was suggested that periodical survey of blood profile and body composition, together with appropriate nutritional support by dieticians, may be helpful for Linemen, in future.
  • Study on Relationship between Physical Fitness and Lifestyle of University Students in Japan, TOMINAGA HISATO, SAGAWA KAZUNORI, OGATA FUMIHIKO, KAWASAKI NAOHITO, KAWASAKI NAOHITO, 保健医療学雑誌(Web), 保健医療学雑誌(Web), 4(1), 9-16 (WEB ONLY) - 16, Apr. 01 2013
    Summary:2011年に生涯スポーツ講義を受講した男子学生2198名、女子学生794名(平均18.6歳)を対象に、体力測定と生活習慣・心身の健康状態に関するアンケート調査を行い、その関連性について検討した。その結果、学生の体力項目の測定値は、男女とも背筋力を除きほぼ全国水準であった。男子学生では朝食摂取していない割合が、女子学生に比べ有意に高かった。また、各生活習慣に関する指標について男女別で比較すると、男子学生は女子学生に比べ身体的状態が高く、精神的状態はPositive思考であった。食習慣、睡眠習慣、運動習慣の満足度については、男子学生で有意に高値を示し、生活習慣および心身の健康状態の自己評価は男子学生の方が高かった。体力との関連では、男子学生は身体的状態、精神的状態、運動習慣との間に、女子学生は身体的状態との間に有意な相関関係が示された。

Books etc

  • Kinematic analysis of leg movement at full stride in asian female sprinters,   1997
  • Kinematic analysis of leg movement at sull stride in asian male sprinters,   1997
  • Biomechanical analysis of starting techniques in asian top sprinters.,   1997
  • Biomechanical Analysis of World Top Sprinters,   1994
  • Leg Movement during Stance Phase in World Class Sprinters, Human Movement and Sports Sciences,   1992
  • Starting Velocity and running form in world class sprinters, Human Movement and Sports Sciences,   1992
  • Sports Sciences for Improve Athletic Performance III,   1991

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Production and characterization of a monoclonal antibody for sweat-specific protein and its application for aweat identification, Fifth International Symposium on Advances in Legal Medicine,   2002 10 , Fifth International Symposium on Advances in Legal Medicine
  • A future perspective of training for distance runner,   2001 03

Works

  • Biomechanical Analysis of World Class Athletes(3rd IAAF World Championship in Athletics, Tokyo)

Misc

  • 大学生の朝食欠食と身体的・精神的健康指標との関連性, 川崎 直人, 佐川 和則, 山田 秀和, 緒方 文彦, 日本抗加齢医学会総会プログラム・抄録集, 17回, 212, 212,   2017 06
  • 大学生の朝食欠食と身体的・精神的健康指標との関連性, 川崎直人, 川崎直人, 佐川和則, 佐川和則, 山田秀和, 山田秀和, 緒方文彦, 日本抗加齢医学会総会プログラム・抄録集, 17th, 212, 212,   2017 06 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201702287381616906
  • 大学生の生活習慣と体力・運動能力との関連性に関する調査研究, TOMINAGA HISATO, SAGAWA KAZUNORI, OGATA FUMIHIKO, KAWASAKI NAOHITO, 衛生薬学・環境トキシコロジー講演要旨集, 2012, 335,   2012 10 13 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail.php?from=API&JGLOBAL_ID=201302247292125453
  • 大学生を対象とした食習慣および体格誤認改善のための介入研究, KAWASAKI NAOHITO, TOMINAGA HISAHITO, OGATA FUMIHIKO, SAGAWA KAZUNORI, KINOSHITA MITSUHIRO, KAKEHI KAZUAKI, 日本薬学会年会要旨集, 132nd, 3, 262, 262,   2012 03 05 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail.php?from=API&JGLOBAL_ID=201202274143736903
  • Results and problems on health enhancement program in Kinki University Antiaging Center, 田中 ひかる, 松浪 登久馬, 岡田 龍司, 大島 寛, 熊本 和正, 高島 規郎, 佐川 和則, 直井 愛里, 成川 輝明, 村上 哲男, 川崎 直人, 掛樋 一晃, 近畿大学教養・外国語教育センター紀要. 一般教養編, 2, 1, 43, 50,   2012 , http://ci.nii.ac.jp/naid/120005729771
  • アメリカンフットボール選手に対する栄養サポート(第二報)~適切な栄養サポートプログラムの検討~, 明神千穂, 角谷雄哉, 角谷雄哉, 松浪登久馬, 直井愛里, 佐川和則, 上嶋繁, 日本スポーツ栄養研究誌, 4, 63,   2011 01 25 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail.php?from=API&JGLOBAL_ID=201202211475111590
  • アメリカンフットボール選手に対する栄養サポート(第一報)~ポジション郡別の比較~, 角谷雄哉, 角谷雄哉, 松浪登久馬, 直井愛里, 佐川和則, 上嶋繁, 明神千穂, 日本スポーツ栄養研究誌, 4, 62,   2011 01 25 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail.php?from=API&JGLOBAL_ID=201202265737407986
  • Basic research regarding fall prevention in the elderly- Research focusing on the toe-height in the various walking speeds -, The Research Bulletion of Health and Sports Sciences, 9, 1, 29, 36,   2010 03
  • PPhysical activity and exercise levels, and their relationship with selected health factors in college students, Japan Jornal of Physical Education, Health and Sports Sciences, 54, 2, 425, 436,   2009 12 , 10.5432/jjpehss.a540209
  • Basic research regarding fall prevention in the elderly- Research focusing on the toe-height in the natural walking of women-, The Research Bulletin of Health and Sports Sciences, 8, 1, 55, 62,   2009 03
  • Determination of mazimum fat oxydation rate during walking in middle aged health men and women, The Reserch Bulletin of Health and Sports Sciences, 8, 1, 47, 54,   2009 03
  • The present condition and issue of college sports from perspective of "Ekiden", The Reserch Bulletin of Health and Sports Sciences, 6, 1, 3, 7,   2006 03 , http://ccpc01.cc.kindai.ac.jp/kenko/index.htm
  • A ramp exercisee protocol on a treadmill to determine aerobic endurance parameters for elite distance runners, The Reserch Bulletin of Health and Sports Sciences, 5, 1, 67, 75,   2006 03
  • Immunohistochemical staining of cutaneous tumours with G-81, a monoclonal antibody to dermcidin, Y Minami, K Uede, K Sagawa, A Kimura, T Tsuji, F Furukawa, BRITISH JOURNAL OF DERMATOLOGY, 151, 1, 165, 169,   2004 07 , 10.1111/j.1365-2133.2004.06079.x
    Summary:Background Recently. the novel antimicrobial peptide named dermcidin (DCD) was reported in human eccrine sweat glands. Objectives We investigated the expression of DCD in a variety of cutaneous tumours in order to assess the usefulness of the monoclonal antibody (G-81), which recognizes a fragment of DCD. Patients/methods We studied the immunoreactivity of the G-81 antibody on 197 cutaneous tumours. Results A total of 13 of 26 cutaneous mixed tumours showed substantial immunoreactivity. In contrast all the following cases were completely unreactive: (i) epithelial tumours (seborrhoeic keratosis, squamous cell carcinoma, Bowen's disease, actinic keratosis, genital Paget's disease): (ii) follicular tumours (basal cell carcinoma, trichilemmoma, trichoepithelioma, trichoblastoma, keratoacanthoma, proliferating trichilemmal tumour, pitomatricoma); (iii) melanocytic tumours (malignant melanoma, naevus cell naevus, Spitz naevus, blue naevus); (iv) neural tumours (schwannoma, neurofibroma, Merkel cell neoplasm); (v) mesenchymal tumours (soft fibroma. dermatofibroma, dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans, vascular leiomyoma, leiomyosarcoma, lipoma, juvenile xanthogranuloma, angiomyoma): and (vi) other sweat gland tumours (poroid neoplasms. syringoma, cylindroma, clear cell hidradenoma, spiradenoma, syringoid eccrine carcinoma, mucinous carcinoma, apocrine cystadenoma, syringocystadenoma papilliferum, apocrine adenocarcinoma). Twenty-six cutaneous mixed tumours were considered from histopathological findings to be the apocrine type, but 13 of 26 mixed tumours contained some DCD-immunopositive cells that possibly differentiate into eccrine secretory glands. Conclusions We found the expression of DCD in tubular structures of 50%, of cutaneous mixed tumours with apocrine differentiation. These results suggest that a number of cutaneous mixed tumours show both eccrine and apocrine differentiation in the same neoplasm.
  • Production and characterization of a monoclonal antibody for sweat-specific protein and its application for sweat identification, K Sagawa, A Kimura, Y Saito, H Inoue, S Yasuda, M Nosaka, T Tsuji, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LEGAL MEDICINE, 117, 2, 90, 95,   2003 04 , 10.1007/s00414-002-0341-8
    Summary:Identification of body fluids is a common task in medico-legal practice, but specific markers for sweat have not been identified to date. To develop a method for identification of sweat, we identified a sweat-specific protein and produced monoclonal antibodies by immunizing mice with sweat proteins fractionated by anion-exchange chromatography. Among many sweat-reactive monoclonal antibodies obtained, one monoclonal antibody (G-81) was selected because of its unique specificity. G-81 reacted to sweat but not to other body fluids (e.g. serum, saliva, semen, milk, urine and tears) in ELISA. G-81 specifically stained the eccrine sweat gland and did not stain any other tissue including the apocrine sweat gland. In western blotting, G-81 reacted strongly to a 7 kDa band and faintly to 20, 27 and 33 kDa bands of sweat protein. The N-terminal amino acid sequence (18 amino acids) of G-81-reactive peptides was determined, and an identical sequence was found in an antibiotic peptide dermcidin (110 amino acids) reported recently, suggesting that G-81 recognized a fragment of dermcidin. The G-81-reactive peptide could be detected in 8,192-fold dilutions of sweat by ELISA and could be detected in 200-fold diluted sweat samples (n=26) independent of the protein concentration. The G-81-reactive peptide was very stable and was able to detect sweat stains left for at least 11 weeks at room temperature without substantial loss of reactivity. These facts suggest that G-81 is a very useful tool for sweat identification in medico-legal practice.
  • Relationship between sprint running movement and velocity at full speed phase during a room race, Japan Journal of Physical Education, 43, 5・6, 260, 273,   1998
  • Changes of lipid peroxide and uric acid levels for exercise, Osaka Research Journal of Physical Education, 36, 7, 12,   1998
  • Biomechanical characteristics of running in asian female top sprinters, Track and field academy, 10, 2, 14,   1997
  • Measurement and Analysis of the Deformation and the Restitution Coefficient of a Tennis Ball Colliding with a Rigid Wall, 4, 1, 9, 18,   1994
  • Study of the Deformation of a Tennis Ball Colliding with a Rigid Wall, The Research Bulletin of the Faculty of General Education, 24, 2, 67, 81,   1992
  • Mechanical Efficiency of Squatting Exercise with Countermovement, The Research Bulletin of The Faculty of General Education, 23, 3,   1992
  • Kick Forms in Sprint Running on C. Lewis, L. Burrel and Japanese Top Sprinters, Japanese Journal of Sports Sciences, 11, 10, 604, 608,   1992
  • Exercise Prescription for Urolichiasis after ESWL, The Journal of Clinical Sports Medicine, 8, 10,   1991
  • The Effects of Countermovements on Positive Works of Three Joints Related to Lower Extremities during Vertical Jump, Japanese Journal of Sports Sciences, 8, 9,   1989
  • The Combined Effect of Aging and Prolonged Endurance Training on Isokinetic Knee Extension and Plantar Flexion Torque, The Research Bulletin of The Facalty of General Education, 20, 1,   1988
  • The Instantaneous Torque-Angular Velocity Relations of Three Joints in Lower Extremities during Jumping,   1987
  • A Comparison of The Grab and Conventional Starting Movements in Swimming, Osaka Research Journal of Physical Education, 24,   1986
  • Estimation of Joint Torque and Muscle Power in Jumping by Goniometry, The Research Bulletin of The Faculty of General Education, 17, 3,   1986
  • Joint Reaction Forces and Net Muscle Torques in Vertical Jump, The Research Bulletin of The Faculty of General Education, 17, 1,   1985
  • An Analysis of Pivot Turn on Cinematography Technique, The Research Bulletin of The Faculty of General Education, 15, 1,   1983

Research Grants & Projects

  • Study on Training for Aerobic Power