Shigeo Mikoshiba

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Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are known to cause gastric mucosal damage as a side effect. Acetaminophen, widely used as an analgesic and antipyretic drug, has gastroprotective effects against gastric lesions induced by absolute ethanol and certain NSAIDs. However, the mechanisms that underlie the gastroprotective effects of acetaminophen(More)
Mercurtfree Xe fiat dbcharge lamps were devebped for the use of lighting equipment. The lamps have a simple structJre with insu]ated electrodes and opefated with an ao pube voitage. By adopting I mm-wide electrodes, gas pressures of I OkPa or higher, and eo'/. duty pube voitage drive, high luminan~ and high efficacy were achieved. Two types of mercury f~ee(More)
After the operation of simple pylorus ligation (Shay rat), the pH of post-operative gastric juice became lower as the t ime elapsed, especially more than 10 hours af ter the operation, the pH were less than 2.0. In this period, the esophagitis were found in 10 rats macroscopically and 16 rats histologically out of 17 rats. In all cases of Shay rats,(More)
12CaO·7Al2O3 electride, a sub-nanoporous compound having a work function of 2.4 eV, was examined as a candidate cathode material in fluorescent lamps. The electron emission yield was higher and the discharge voltage was lower for 12CaO·7Al2O3 than for existing cathode materials such as Ni, Mo or W; therefore, the energy consumption of the fluorescent lamps(More)
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