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Semenogelin, the main protein of semen coagulum, inhibits human sperm capacitation by interfering with the superoxide anion generated during this process.
- E. de Lamirande, K. Yoshida, T. Yoshiike, T. Iwamoto, C. Gagnon
- BiologyJournal of andrology
- 1 July 2001
Semenogelin, its degradation products, or both may be natural regulators of sperm capacitation and could prevent this process from occurring prematurely, suggesting one mechanism by which Sg acts could involve an interference with the O2-.
A speculative view of atopic dermatitis: barrier dysfunction in pathogenesis.
Skin barrier defect in atopic dermatitis: increased permeability of the stratum corneum using dimethyl sulfoxide and theophylline.
The Role of Proteases in the Pathogenesis of Bullous Dermatoses
- K. Takamori, T. Yoshiike, S. Morioka, Hideoki Ocawa
- BiologyInternational journal of dermatology
- 1 October 1988
The role of proteases and their inhibitors on pathogenic mechanisms of blistering diseases is discussed and specific, limited proteolysis is a generalized mechanism in many important physiologic functions.
Successful treatment of relapsing neuro-Sweet's disease with corticosteroid and dapsone combination therapy
Sweet's syndrome associated with encephalitis
Relationship between serum IgE and autoantibody levels in SLE patients.
Nettleship-Falls X-linked ocular albinism with Axenfeld's anomaly. A case report.
- M. Hayakawa, K. Kato, A. Nakajima, T. Yoshiike, H. Ogawa
- MedicineOphthalmic paediatrics and genetics
- 1 August 1986
This is the first report identifying the macromelanosomes in Japanese NXOA, a combination of ocular albinism and Axenfeld's anomaly, and there might be a common defective factor for the development of these two congenital disorders.
Lipase of Malassezia furfur: some properties and their relationship to cell growth.
Results suggest that M. furfur lipase plays an important role in cell growth, and addition of STC to the culture medium activated cell growth in a dose-dependent manner and induced hyphae production.
Steroid sulphatase deficiency in patients initially diagnosed as ichthyosis vulgaris or recessive X‐linked ichthyosis
It is found that if a case is initially diagnosed as RXLI it is unlikely to be a case of IV, although cases which initially resemble IV may in fact be RXLI.