F Kawame

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Oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells were isolated from the brain and dorsal root ganglia of the twitcher mouse, a murine model of Krabbe's disease (globoid cell leukodystrophy), and grown in tissue culture. Oligodendrocytes were cultured for up to 22 d in vitro and were immunostained with a galactocerebroside antibody, a specific marker for oligodendrocytes.(More)
We experienced two cases of myocarditis occurring during ACTH therapy for infantile spasms. Myocarditis cases occurred during the reduction of ACTH doses, and viral infection was suspected. Steroid replacement therapy was effective in the both cases. It is important to consider that ACTH therapy for infantile spasms could sometimes lead to severe(More)
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