Daiki Ichikawa

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Membrane depolarization accompanying calcium (Ca2+) influx into neurons is thought to play an essential role in controlling the survival and death of cultured mouse cerebellar granule cells (CGCs). In this study, we sequentially controlled the survival and death of CGCs in culture and monitored the expression of several kinds of genes including(More)
Concern has been growing about the cardiac toxicity of antimalarial drugs. Artemisinin, a unique type of antimalarial drug originating from a Chinese medicinal plant, has minimal adverse effects, but it has been reported to inhibit delayed rectifier potassium current, a voltage-gated potassium current. However, no studies have been published concerning the(More)
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