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Differential display analysis reveals the expression of glutathione S-transferase ω and novel genes through an ITAM-containing receptor in ascidian immunocytes
The immunoreceptor tyrosine-based activation motif (ITAM) plays an important role in signal transduction through antigen receptors in mammalian lymphocytes. We previously reported that anExpand
Characterization of graft-induced change in capsaicin content of Capsicum annuum L.
The strain, G5S17 contained a lower amount of capsaicin than the original pungent cultivar Yatsubusa used as scion and has been stably inherited through seed propagation, and has also been transmitted to the progenies from the crosses with the original two cultivars used for scion or stock. Expand
Analysis of amino acids synthesized in a gas plume by projectile-impact in nitrogen gas (Model experiment of asteroid’s impacts)
When asteroids have impacted onto Titan with atmosphere, hot gas-plumes were formed, in which many kinds of organic molecules and clusters could have synthesized, and the products deposited on theExpand
Dispositif à cycle de réfrigération et dispositif de conditionnement d'air
La presente invention comporte un compresseur (111), un echangeur de chaleur cote utilisation (171), une soupape de reglage de debit variable (EV2) et un echangeur de chaleur cote source de chaleurExpand
Analysis of amino acids synthesized by impact reactions in nitrogen gas using a light-gas-gun (Simulation experiment of reactions on Titan)
会議情報: 平成27年度宇宙科学に関する室内実験シンポジウム (2016年2月23日-24日. 宇宙航空研究開発機構宇宙科学研究所(JAXA)(ISAS)相模原キャンパス), 相模原市, 神奈川県
Possibility of Production of Amino Acids by Impact Reaction Using a Light-Gas Gun as a Simulation of Asteroid Impacts
In order to investigate impact production of carbonaceous products by asteroids on Titan and other satellites and planets, simulation experiments were carried out using a 2-stage light gas gun and the identification of the amino acids was also supported by FTIR and LD-ToF-MS analysis. Expand
[Synthesis of xanthene derivatives having antispasmodic action. VI. Derivatives of xanthene and thioxanthene-9-malonic acids].