Takako Yamaguchi

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BACKGROUND Glycobiology pertains to the study of carbohydrate sugar chains, or glycans, in a particular cell or organism. Many computational approaches have been proposed for analyzing these complex glycan structures, which are chains of monosaccharides. The monosaccharides are linked to one another by glycosidic bonds, which can take on a variety of(More)
A simple and sensitive spectrophotometric method for the determination of quinolone antibiotics was established based on an association complex formation with aluminum(III) and erythrosin. In the determination of ofloxacin as a quinolone antibiotic, Beer's law is obeyed in the range of 0.1 - 3.2 microg ml(-1), with an effective molar absorptivity at 555 nm(More)
We investigated the effects of microwave irradiation under normothermic conditions on cultured cells. For this study, we developed an irradiation system constituted with semiconductor microwave oscillator (2.45 GHz) and thermos-regulatory applicator, which could irradiate microwaves at varied output powers to maintain the temperature of cultured cells at 37(More)
We investigated and evaluated the detection of simulated lesions in various interstitial lung diseases using the dual-energy subtraction radiography method and flat-panel detector (FPD) images. We obtained a FPD system (GE Revolution XR/d), and employed dual-energy 60 kV and 130 kV exposure techniques. Three types of lung lesions, namely, micro-nodule,(More)
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