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Effect of casein hydrolysate, prepared with protease derived from Aspergillus oryzae, on subjects with high-normal blood pressure or mild hypertension.
It is demonstrated that the casein hydrolysate, prepared with Aspergillus oryzae protease, produced a significant reduction in blood pressure in a population of subjects with high-normal blood pressure or mild hypertension without an adverse event.
Clinicopathological significance of carbonic anhydrase 9, glucose transporter-1, Ki-67 and p53 expression in oral squamous cell carcinoma.
It was confirmed thatCA9 antigen is expressed in most oral cancer subjects, suggesting the possibility of immunotherapy targeting CA9 antigen in oral cancer.
Localization and Copy Number of the Protein-Coding Genes Actin, &agr;-Tubulin, and HSP90 in the Nucleus of a Primitive Dinoflagellate, Oxyrrhis marina
This study is the first to locate protein-coding genes in the nucleus of a dinoflagellate, although the chromosomes were greatly damaged during the FISH process.
Organization and polysaccharides of sponge aggregation factor.
Aggregation factor, the macromolecular complex which mediates species-specific aggregation of dissociated sponge cells, was isolated from several species, partially characterized, and visualized by electron microscopy, suggesting that dissociation is not due to hydrolytic enzymes.
The presence of Thy-1.1 antigen in rat glomerular mesangial cells.
It is concluded that the antigen common to both glomerular mesangium and thymocyte is Thy-l-l antigen, which is found to be the surface of the mesangial cell.
TYPES I, III AND IV (BASEMENT MEMBRANE) COLLAGENS IN THE BOVINE LIVER PARENCHYMA: ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC LOCALIZATION BY THE PEROXIDASELABELED ANTIBODY METHOD
Studies by the indirect peroxidase-labeled antibody method showed that both type I and type Ill collagens are codistributed within collagen fibrils in the Disse’s space of bovine liver parenchyma and type IV collagen is localized in basement membranes along the sinusoidal walls of the liver paretchyma.
The induction of glomerular hypercellularity in guinea pigs with anti-basement membrane (type IV) collagen serum
- J. Sano
- Medicine, Biology
- 1 October 1982
The guinea pigs injected with the anti-type IV collagen serum and receiving simultaneous immunization with sheep IgG showed rather increased amounts of deposits of the autologous guinea pig IgG and C3 on the glomerular mesangium in two weeks, and severe mesangial proliferative glomerulonephritis was observed in two to three weeks.
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL LOCALIZATION OF TYPES I, III AND IV (BASEMENT MEMBRANE) COLLAGENS IN THE LYMPH NODE: CO-DISTRIBUTION OF TYPES I AND III COLLAGENS IN THE RETICULAR FIBERS
The tissue distribution of types I, III and IV (basement membrane) collagens in normal bovine lymph nodes was examined by indirect immunoﬂuorescence microscopy and compared with the distribution of argyrophilic components in the same tissue sections stained by the Pap method (double staining) after immunohistochemical analysis.
Protective effect of benidipine against the development of glomerular sclerosis in experimental nephrotic syndrome.
The results suggest that the Ca-channel blocker benidipine is a favorable drug for preventing the progression of glomerular sclerosis and ameliorated the development of renal regeneration as estimated by histological examination.