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Identification of cis- and trans-acting factors involved in the localization of MALAT-1 noncoding RNA to nuclear speckles.
MALAT-1 noncoding RNA is localized to nuclear speckles despite its mRNA-like characteristics. Here, we report the identification of several key factors that promote the localization of MALAT-1 toExpand
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The production of cloned fish in the medaka (Oryzias latipes).
The measurement of cellular DNA content by DNA microfluorometry revealed that medaka embryos that were fertilized with normal sperm and exposed to heat shock (41 degrees C for 3 min) or hydrostaticExpand
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Response of intestinal cells of differing topographical and hierarchical status to ten cytotoxic drugs and five sources of radiation.
The spacial distribution of cell death among the epithelial cells lining the adult mammalian small intestinal mucosa at various times after a range of doses of 10 different drugs as well as afterExpand
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Further studies on the response of intestinal crypt cells of different hierarchical status to eighteen different cytotoxic agents.
Adult male mice were treated with one or two different doses of each of 18 different cytotoxic agents. They were sampled at various times (3-12h) thereafter, and the spatial distributions of cellExpand
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Fish mating experiment in space--what it aimed at and how it was prepared.
  • K. Ijiri
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Uchu Seibutsu Kagaku
  • 1 March 1995
The code name 'MEDAKA' was given to the fish experiment in the IML-2 (the second International Microgravity Laboratory), a Space-shuttle mission (STS-65) carried out in July 1994. Medaka is theExpand
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The circadian rhythm for the number and sensitivity of radiation-induced apoptosis in the crypts of mouse small intestine.
Apoptosis is a mode of cell death involving nuclear pycnosis, cytoplasmic condensation and karyorrhexis. Changes in the number of apoptotic cells at various times (3-12 h) after a single dose ofExpand
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Circadian rhythms in the incidence of apoptotic cells and number of clonogenic cells in intestinal crypts after radiation using normal and reversed light conditions.
  • K. Ijiri, C. Potten
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International journal of radiation biology and…
  • 1988
Variations in the number of radiation-induced morphologically dead or dying cells (apoptotic cells) in the crypts in the small intestine of the mouse have been studied throughout a 24-h period underExpand
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Aquatic animal research in space station and its issues--focus on support technology on nitrate toxicity.
We studied the effects of accumulated nitrate in water on the spawning, hatching and development of medaka using a simple nitrifying filter and a combined filter having both nitrifying andExpand
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Radiation-hypersensitive cells in small intestinal crypts; their relationships to clonogenic cells.
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Apoptosis (cell death) induced in mouse bowel by 1,2-dimethylhydrazine, methylazoxymethanol acetate, and gamma-rays.
  • K. Ijiri
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cancer research
  • 15 November 1989
Apoptosis is a pattern of cell death involving nuclear pyknosis, cytoplasmic condensation, and karyorrhexis. The frequency of apoptosis after treatment with two colon carcinogens and radiation wasExpand
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