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Changes in the distribution of the control of the mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation in regenerating rabbit liver.
- T. Inomoto, A. Tanaka, +7 authors Y. Yamaoka
- Biology, Medicine
- Biochimica et biophysica acta
- 30 December 1994
In regenerating rabbit liver the rate of state 3 respiration, respiratory control ratio and phosphorylation rate in the presence of mM glutamate, 250 microM ADP and 3 mM inorganic phosphate increased significantly as compared with the control, and the possibility is suggested that Complexes I, IV and steps other than the six steps are activated during regeneration. Expand
Living related liver transplantation across ABO blood groups.
The data obtained indicated that the preoperative removal of isohemagglutinin prevented hyperacute humoral rejection with hemorrhagic infiltration in the sinusoids in 10 successful cases. Expand
Quantitative detection of hemoglobin saturation in the liver with near‐infrared spectroscopy
It was determined that the hepatic hemoglobin oxygen saturation of the graft liver was heterogeneously distributed and that the initially low level of hepatic hemorrhage oxygen saturation was increased by the ligation of portal‐systemic shunts. Expand
Prognostic value of thymidine phosphorylase/platelet-derived endothelial cell growth factor in advanced colorectal cancer after surgery: evaluation with a new monoclonal antibody.
It is indicated that TP expression is associated with CRC progression and invasion and closely correlated with poor prognosis in postoperative CRC patients and is an independent prognostic factor in CRC patients. Expand
Changes in the hepatic oxygenation state during hemorrhage and following epinephrine or dextran infusion as assessed by near-infrared spectroscopy.
Changes in the difference of hepatic SO2 and hepatic venous SO2 suggested that the intrahepatic blood flow was more heterogeneously distributed after bleeding, but that the heterogeneity of microcirculation was rather diminished after epinephrine infusion. Expand
Anatomical and physiological problems of Segment IV: liver transplants using left lobes from living related donors.
Hemoglobin content occasionally increased in Segment IV during the operation, implying sluggish microcirculation caused by inadequate hepatic venous drainage, and should be considered when using left lobes as living related liver grafts. Expand
Prognostic effects of dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase in advanced colorectal cancer after surgery: immunohistochemistry using a new monoclonal antibody.
DPD expression is associated with CRC progression and invasion, and closely correlated with poor prognosis in postoperative CRC patients, and is a prognostic factor in CRC patients. Expand
Modified rapid urease test for Helicobacter pylori detection in relation to an immunohistochemical stain
- Y. Tokunaga, H. Shirahase, +7 authors K. Ohsumi
- Journal of gastroenterology and hepatology
- 1 June 2000
The sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy of the MRU test and touch cytology to detect H. pylori in relation to the density of H.pylori infection determined semi‐quantitatively by using immunohistochemical stains is evaluated. Expand
A case of ampullary carcinoma successfully managed with endoscopic snare resection.
- Y. Tokunaga, H. Hosogi, T. Hoppou, M. Nakagami, A. Tokuka, K. Ohsumi
- Surgical laparoscopy, endoscopy & percutaneous…
- 1 August 2002
Endoscopic snare ampullectomy may be considered as a viable alternative to surgery in patients with small ampullary tumors who are unfit for surgery or who prefer a nonsurgical approach. Expand
Triiodothyronine resuscitates the impaired liver function after Pringle's maneuver.
It is suggested that T3 administration is beneficial in managing the critical resuscitation period of liver function after Pringle's maneuver is performed in dogs. Expand