Narumi Sakae

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  • K. Miyata, M. Kato, +9 authors N. Yamada
  • 1992
The injection of B16F10 melanoma cells with recombinant human tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) into the tail vein of C57BL/6 mice resulted in 2- to 25-fold more metastatic foci in the lungs than the injection of tumor cells alone. Clearly, TNF-α significantly enhanced experimental tumor metastasis. Furthermore, it enhanced the metastasis of Lewis lung(More)
A mutein, F4168, of human tumor necrosis factor alpha (hTNF-alpha) containing the cell-adhesive Arg-Gly-Asp (RGD) sequence near the N terminus was constructed. In contrast to hTNF-alpha, the mutein had binding activity to B16F10/L5 melanoma cells similar to that of fibronectin or laminin, indicating that the adhesive nature of the RGD sequence is conferred(More)
To eliminate systemic toxicity, including the hypotension associated with human tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-alpha), we constructed mutant proteins (muteins) by mean of genetic engineering. A novel mutein, F4614, containing mutations of 5Thr-->Gly and 6Pro-->Asp, which resulted in the introduction of cell-adhesive Arg-Gly-Asp and 29Arg-->Val, had(More)
The effects of human tumour necrosis factor-alpha (TNFalpha), or its mutein (F4168) having the cell adhesive Arg-Gly-Asp sequence at the N-terminus, on intestinal injury, were examined. Histopathological examination revealed that an intravenous injection of TNFalpha resulted in marked haemorrhage or oedema in the caecum of rats, whereas F4168 showed no such(More)
Eight muteins of recombinant human tumor necrosis factor-alpha (rhTNF; 1SSSRTP...29RR...155L), in which 29Arg was replaced by another amino acid, were prepared and their anti-tumor effects in BALB/c mice bearing Meth A fibrosarcoma were evaluated. The therapeutic indices, which mark the extent of the therapeutically effective dose, of V29 (29Arg-->Val) and(More)
The ability of neurons to generate multiple arbor terminals from a single axon is crucial for establishing proper neuronal wiring. Although growth and retraction of arbor terminals are differentially regulated within the axon, the mechanisms by which neurons locally control their structure remain largely unknown. In the present study, we found that the(More)
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