Shinya Takano

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Injection of Serratia marcescens into the blood (hemolymph) of the silkworm, Bombyx mori, induced the activation of c-Jun NH(2)-terminal kinase (JNK), followed by caspase activation and apoptosis of blood cells (hemocytes). This process impaired the innate immune response in which pathogen cell wall components, such as glucan, stimulate hemocytes, leading(More)
Brain imaging techniques contribute to developments of neuro-economics and braincomputer interface (BCI). Although most of BCI systems were designed for assisting human motions, some BCIs were proposed as a system for assisting individual decision-making. However, due to lack of accuracy that the BCIs discriminate targets, their performance is still not(More)
— Recently, studies of location identification by mobile phone have been attracting a lot of attention, and it is applied to various applications. Now, when mobile phones have become ubiquitous terminals, many mobile phone GPS terminals may be unevenly distributed within local locations. Our study examines the error characteristics of terminals that are(More)
In recent years, developments in functional neuroimaging technologies have helped facilitate a clearer understanding of the activation of sites in the brain. This technology is applied to brain-computer interfaces (BCIs). Previous BCIs have primarily used information on the brain activity related to the motor system. In this study, we examined the(More)
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