Aki Kitabayashi

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Previously, we purified a protein with a molecular mass of 10 kDa (p10) that increases transiently during the regeneration of legs in the nymphal American cockroach Periplaneta americana, and showed that it is localized exclusively in the cytosol and on the external side of the newly formed epidermis of the regenerating legs [Nomura, A. et al. (1992) Int.(More)
Sensory and cognitive performance decline with age. Neural dysfunction caused by nerve death in senile dementia and neurodegenerative disease has been intensively studied; however, functional changes in neural circuits during the normal aging process are not well understood. Caspases are key regulators of cell death, a hallmark of age-related(More)
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