- Basic Veterinary Science
- Veterinary Anatomy and Histology
- Veterinary System Physiology
- Veterinary Biochemistry
- Veterinary Pharmacology
- Laboratory Animal Science
- Veterinary Developmental Biology
- Veterinary Microbiology
- Pathogenetic and Preventive Veterinary Science
- Veterinary Epidemiology
- Veterinary Pathology
- Veterinary Hygiene
- Veterinary Public Health
- Veterinary Parasitology
- Clinical Veterinary Science
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Radiology
- Veterinary Internal Medicine
- Veterinary Clinical Pathology
- Veterinary Theriogenology
- Preventive Physiology and Management
- Large Animal Clinic
- Veterinary Diagnosis and Development Center
- Animal Medical Center
- National BioResource Project Paramecium
- Yamaguchi University Joint Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
Veterinary Anatomy and Histology
<Approach to the basic research, centering morphology>
KUSAKABE Takeshi, PhD, DVM
Professor, Veterinary Anatomy and Histology
IMAI Hiroyuki, PhD, DVM
Assistant Professor, Laboratory of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology
Veterinary anatomy is the systemic and comparative study of the structure of domestic animals and birds, which are closely related to their function mechanisms. The course of veterinary anatomy involves the lectures and practices of anatomical science, histology, developmental biology, and genetics.
- The Immune responses at the feto-maternal interface
- The molecular-biological mechanism of fertilized ovum implantation.
- The investigation of notable genes or factors in the process of spontaneous abortion.
- The mutant-mouse analysis
- The tetraploid mouse/ integrated embryo of multiple embryos.
- The production of transgenic-mouse and knockout/ knockdown mouse and its analysis.
- The analysis of wild dwarfs.