Takahiro Hagiwara

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The cytotoxic activity of effector cells from mice infected with Toxoplasma gondii was tested in a 4- to 5-hr (51)Cr release assay, using RL 0001000 0011100 0101010 0001000 0001000 0011100 0100010 1000001 1000001 1000001 0100010 0011100 1 and YAC-1 target cells. They showed enhanced cytotoxicity with a peak on the 3rd day postinfection followed by(More)
A 41-year-old patient with chronic myelogenous leukemia in the accelerated phase was treated with mitoxantrone. She developed pyrexia 7 days after receiving the third administration of mitoxantrone. After 3 more days, she experienced dry cough and dyspnea. Bilateral fine crackles were audible, but no signs of heart failure were found. A chest X-ray film(More)
A 30-year-old female developed symptoms consistent with Heerfordt's syndrome (complete type) and was effectively treated with steroid. However, she developed hepatosplenomegaly, bloody pleural effusion, and ascites one year after discontinuation of steroid therapy. The symptoms were considered to be due to sarcoidosis since serum ACE level, and ACE level(More)