Setsuko Tojo

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Fat body cells of silkmoth pupae (Hyalophora cecropia ) contain granules, showing a less dense outer zone and a denser, often crystalline, inner portion appear after cocoon spinning and increase until the larval-pupal ecdysis; more granules are formed in females than in males. Urate granules, appearing fibrous in internal structure, first form about the(More)
Recent studies have shown that antibodies with low fucose content in their oligosaccharides exhibit highly potent antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC). However, composites of therapeutic antibodies produced by conventional production systems using cell lines such as Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) and SP2/0 do not necessarily contain sufficient(More)
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