Fumiko Matsushima

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The excretion of aluminium in urine was significantly increased after intake of analgesics containing aluminium, confirming increased absorption and hence exposure to aluminium with such medication. The effect of aluminium on the kidney was further investigated by study of gene expression in mice. After a single dose of aluminium, an up-regulation of renin(More)
Flavins play important roles in brain function as cofactors of several flavo enzymes in the brain. Accordingly, their behavior in the brain of embryonic and early postnatal life seems to be essential in considering the development of the brain. KUZUYA and NAGATSU (1) reported that the level of flavins in the brain of newborn rat was markedly lower than the(More)
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