Katsuhiko Harada

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How to teach creating musical interface or installations to students who don’t have backgrounds in electronic engineering is a longtime issue. This paper describes how it is taught at IAMAS (an institute dedicated to media arts) with the use of the newly developed environment, ‘GAINER.’ The GAINER environment consists of a reconfigurable I/O module and(More)
Infusion reactions are a major side effect of the administration of therapeutic Abs and are the result of a complex immune reaction. In this study, we report that substitutions of Fc amino acids in the anti-HLA-DR Ab HD8 reduce its ability to induce infusion reactions in rats and monkeys. We first showed that i.v. administration of IgG1- and IgG2-subclass(More)
Acoustic schwannoma is a slow-growing tumor and usually occurs in adult patients. We report a rare pediatric case of acoustic schwannoma with high proliferative potential. A 10-year-old boy was diagnosed as having a right cerebellopontine angle tumor. The tumor was subtotally resected. Histological examination revealed a typical acoustic schwannoma with a(More)
Intracranial hemorrhage in neonates is often found in either the subependymal area or the subdural space. The former is observed particularly in premature infants and is attributable to damage of the germinal matrix layer. The latter usually occurs in the vicinity of the falx and tentorium cerebri of full-term neonates and is thought to be caused by birth(More)
The three-dimensional microvascular architecture of human glioma was investigated. The results of the study, the first of its kind, suggested that the process of vascularization in glioma is based on two patterns. In a large proportion of the glioma, one pattern is similar to the vascularization observed in normal developing fetal and newborn rat brain,(More)
It is still unknown when and in which area endothelial regeneration occurs after brain injury, and to what extent such changes depend on the severity of the injury. We have, therefore, studied bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) uptake by regenerating endothelial cells in two different groups of rats given cold lesions using immunohistochemistry employing anti-BrdU(More)
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