Mikako Ichioka

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Effects of electroacupuncture on the jaw opening reflex after tooth pulp stimulation were investigated in lightly anesthetized rats. Electroacupuncture stimulation (45 Hz, 5 msec) was delivered to 8 meridian points and 6 nonmeridian ones for 15 min so as to compare the degree of suppression elicited from each point. Significant suppressive effects on the(More)
  • M Ichioka, N Hayashi, N Enomoto, K Machida
  • 1995
Vortex structure of pure d x 2 0y 2-wave superconductors is microscopically analyzed in the framework of the quasi-classical Eilenberger equations. Self-consistent solution for the d-wave pair potential is obtained for the rst time in the case of an isolated vortex. The vortex core structure, i.e., the pair potential, the supercurrent and the magnetic eld,(More)
  • M Ichioka, N Hayashi, N Enomoto, K Machida
  • 1995
The vortex core structure in a d-wave superconductor is analyzed on the basis of the quasi-classical Eilenberger theory beyond the Ginzburg-Landau framework. The current and magnetic field distributions around an isolated vortex break circular symmetry seen in s-wave pairing and show four-fold symmetry, reflecting the internal degrees of freedom in d-wave(More)
Relations between intensities of electrical noxious stimulus applied to the tooth pulp and magnitudes of evoked responses at various relay stations of tooth pulp afferents were investigated with lightly anesthetized rats. The stimulus-response function in each relay station and the cerebral cortex follows the power function only in the range of lower, but(More)
The effects of electroacupuncture (EA) on the rat jaw-opening reflex elicited by tooth pulp stimulation were studied to decide the effective stimulus conditions for electroacupuncture stimulation (EAS). The present study revealed that one of the most important factors for producing a strong EA effect was the stimulus pulse-frequency and that the stimulus(More)