Hiro Eda

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At necropsy, a white nodule (about 5 × 3 mm in size) was observed in the right submandibular gland of a 10-week-old female GALAS rat. Histopathologically, oval to spindle-shaped and pale basophilic tumor cells proliferated closely, and formed variably sized foci. The nodule partially spread into or invaded the surrounding normal tissue, and necrotic foci(More)
Changes in oligodendrocytes and astrocytes following repeated brief periods of ischemia were studied in gerbils. The repeated brief periods of cerebral ischemia were produced by occlusion of bilateral common arteries for 3 x 3 min at 1-hour intervals. Oligodendrocytes and astrocytes in hippocampal CA1 regions were examined on 1, 3, 7 and 14 days after(More)
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