N. Mori

O. Makarovsky2
A. Patanè2
M. Tomita1
2O. Makarovsky
2A. Patanè
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  • M. Tomita, G. L. Semenza, C. Michiels, T. Matsuda, J.-N. Uchihara, T. Okudaira +4 others
  • 2007
HTLV-1 (human T-cell leukaemia virus type 1) is the causative agent for ATL (adult T-cell leukaemia). HTLV-1 Tax can activate the PI3K (phosphoinositide 3-kinase)/Akt signalling pathway, which is responsible for survival of HTLV-1-infected T-cells. HIFs (hypoxia-inducible factors) are transcriptional regulators that play a central role in the response to(More)
Linear transverse magnetoresistance is commonly observed in many material systems including semimetals, narrow band-gap semiconductors, multi-layer graphene and topological insulators. It can originate in an inhomogeneous conductor from distortions in the current paths induced by macroscopic spatial fluctuations in the carrier mobility and it has been(More)
Submergence-induced suppression of seedling vigor is a serious constraint particularly in the direct seeding rice cultivation system. To identify quantitative trait loci (QTLs) associated with seedling vigor in rice under submergence, a mapping population of 98 Backcross Inbred Lines derived from a cross of Nipponbare/Kasalath//Nipponbare was used.(More)
Interband tunnelling of carriers through a forbidden energy gap, known as Zener tunnelling, is a phenomenon of fundamental and technological interest. Its experimental observation in the Esaki p-n semiconductor diode has led to the first demonstration and exploitation of quantum tunnelling in a condensed matter system. Here we demonstrate a new type of(More)
Age effects on plasma metabolites, hormone concentrations, and enzyme activities related to energy metabolism were investigated in 20 riding horses. Animals were divided into two groups: Young (3-8 years) and aged (11-18 years). They were clinically healthy, and not obese. Plasma adiponectin (ADN) concentrations in aged horses were significantly lower than(More)
This study examined whether the forkhead transcription factors of O group 1 (FoxO1) might be involved in telomere biology during calorie restriction (CR). We used FoxO1-knockout heterozygous mice (FoxO1+/−) and wild-type mice (WT) as a control. Both WT and FoxO1+/− were subjected to ad libitum (AL) feeding or 30 % CR compared to AL for 20 weeks from 15(More)
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