Go Kawaguchi

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Twenty adult male Japanese monkeys of the species Macaca fuscata were randomly paired and subjected to heterotopic cardiac transplantation performed by the Ono-Lyndsey method. Without immunosuppression, graft survival ranged between 8 and 27 days, with a mean survival of 14 days. Plasma cardiac myosin light chains were measured by radio-immunoassay, which(More)
D-Aspartate oxidase (DDO) is a degradative enzyme that is stereospecific for acidic D-amino acids, including D-aspartate, a potential agonist of the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor. Dysfunction of NMDA receptor-mediated neurotransmission has been implicated in the onset of various mental disorders, such as schizophrenia. Hence, a DDO inhibitor that(More)
Newly defined antigens of the B5, B35 cross-reacting group have been found in Japanese and North American Indians. Nucleotide sequencing of the alleles encoding the Japanese B5.35 antigen and the variant B5 antigen from the Piman Indians show them to be identical. This new allele, B * 5102, differs from B * 5101 by a single nucleotide substitution that(More)
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