Takahiro Matsui

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Kazuya Shiogama2
Ken-ichi Inada2
Yasuyoshi Mizutani2
Takanori Onouchi2
2Kazuya Shiogama
2Ken-ichi Inada
2Yasuyoshi Mizutani
2Takanori Onouchi
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Neutrophil extracellular traps (NETs) represent an extracellular, spider's web-like structure resulting from cell death of neutrophils. NETs play an important role in innate immunity against microbial infection, but their roles in human pathological processes remain largely unknown. NETs and fibrin meshwork both showing fibrillar structures are observed at(More)
BACKGROUND Glomus tumors typically occur in the subcutaneous tissue of distal extremities, but rarely in visceral organs. Most glomus tumors are benign, while others have been reported to have malignant potential. Herein, a unique case of a liver glomus tumor with atypical histological features is reported. CASE PRESENTATION A 39-year-old man felt(More)
We performed pre-embedding electron microscopic study for visualizing the antigen and genome of severe fever with thrombocytopenia syndrome (SFTS) virus in the cytoplasm of macrophages of the human splenic red pulp, both requesting preheating treatment of sections. To pursue this, coated glass slides with unique characteristics are needed. Namely, during(More)
This study analyzed the existence of imperfect competition, and the time period for which it existed in the supply chain of fisheries products in Japan from 1976 to 2009. An empirical analysis of the imperfect competition using a structural model robust to nonstationary time series revealed that sellers of horse mackerel, Japanese flying squid, and sardines(More)
Background The increase in the number of elderly people results in the exponential increase of cancer incidence, though we are wondering how that of ATL change. We assessed the therapy and outcome of newly diagnosed or referred 66 ATL patients from 2006 to 2009. Serum of patient was preserved in freezer to detect soluble proteins, sCD30 and sIL-2R, using(More)
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