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The Reproductive Biology of the Frilled Shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus, from Suruga Bay, Japan
The reproductive biology of the frilled shark, Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman, is one of the most primitive species of living sharks and remains poorly understood.
Ecological Studies of the Anthiine Fish, Franzia squamipinnis, in Suruga Bay, Japan
Spawning Behavior, Eggs, and Larvae of the Lutjanid Fish, Lutjanus kasmira, in an Aquarium.
FIVE CARIDEAN SHRIMPS ASSOCIATED WITH SEA ANEMONES IN CENTRAL JAPAN
Spawning Behavior and Early Life History of the Porcupine Puffer, Diodon holacanthus, in Aquaria
Peripheral Nerve Injuries in the Hand
It is suggested that the large gap should be avoided, so the timing of secondary repairment is better within 3 months after injuries, rather than before and after 3 month from the initial injuries.
Ecological Studies of the Anthiine Fish Sacura margaritacea in Suruga Bay, Japan
False aneurysm in a digital artery.
A third case ofumatic false aneurysms of digital arteries is described, treated and followed by us since 1974.
Effects of a synthetic vitamin D analog, ED‐71, on bone dynamics and strength in cancellous and cortical bone in prednisolone‐treated rats
To determine the action of corticosteroid on bone metabolism and assess the effects of a synthetic vitamin D analog, ED‐71, on them, 56 SD rats, 8 weeks of age, were assigned to seven groups of eight…
Transmural compression-induced proliferation and DNA synthesis through activation of a tyrosine kinase pathway in rat astrocytoma RCR-1 cells
- Y. Oishi, Y. Uezono, N. Yanagihara, F. Izumi, Toshitaka Nakamura, Katsumi Suzuki
- Medicine, BiologyBrain Research
- 19 January 1998
The results suggest that transmural compression triggers the release of a factor (or factors) that induces cell proliferation and DNA synthesis through a tyrosine kinase pathway in RCR-1 cells in a genistein-sensitive manner.