Kazuhiro Ozawa

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We analyzed the expression of MTs using immunohistochemistry on the spinal cords of patients with ALS (n =12) and controls (n =12). The immunoreactivities of both MT-1/2 and MT-3 stained dominantly in glial cells and were decreased in the spinal cords of patients with ALS, particularly in patients on respirators. The immunoreactivity of MT-1/2 in the ALS(More)
The remarkable calcification of the basal ganglia and cerebellum has been traditionally called Fahr’s disease, but this nomenclature is criticized for including heterogeneous diseases. To determine the pattern of some biological metals in the hair of patients with Fahr’s disease, we investigated the levels of 24 bioelements in the hair of 28 patients (17(More)
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