Masanori Matsushita

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Parrots and songbirds learn their vocalizations from a conspecific tutor, much like human infants acquire spoken language. Parrots can learn human words and it has been suggested that they can use them to communicate with humans. The caudomedial pallium in the parrot brain is homologous with that of songbirds, and analogous to the human auditory association(More)
Previous studies in mice have showed that fever-range thermal stress (approx. 38.5-40.5 degrees C) stimulates a variety of T cell functions ex vivo and in vivo. The aim of this study is to examine the effects of increase in core body temperature in human system on the function of peripheral T cells, and in particular their IFNg production in response to(More)
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