Kensuke Yamanaka

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We investigated to determine why heating of squid muscle at 60 degrees C induced the liberation of actin from myofibrils. When a mixture of a myofibrillar fraction and a low-molecular sarcoplasmic fraction prepared from squid muscle was heated at 60 degrees C, actin liberation occurred. When a myofibrillar fraction was heated with ATP, AMP, or IMP, actin(More)
This report documents the clinical, radiographic and histologic findings in a 46-year-old man with calcifying tendinitis in his left shoulder which progressed to rotator cuff tear. The patient had a 1-year history of repeated calcifying tendinitis before being referred to our hospital. On the initial visit, radiographs and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)(More)
The extraordinary Hall resistivity rho(xy) and the magnetization M of a canonical spin glass AuFe (8 at.% Fe) were measured simultaneously as functions of temperature with the best care to the thermal and the magnetic field hysteresis. The data of rho(xy) show an anomaly at the spin glass transition temperature T(g) and have different zero field cooling(More)
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