Takamichi Kokubun

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P400 protein, which is identical to the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor protein, is a glycoprotein closely associated with the membranes of Purkinje cells. Three types of monoclonal antibodies against P400 protein were employed for the immunohistochemical detection of Purkinje cells in the cerebellum and brainstem of the normal and reeler mouse.(More)
Effects of amyloid beta-protein fragment 25-35, A beta P(25-35), on the membrane permeability of organic molecules were examined in the brain neurons dissociated from rats by using an argon laser (equipped in flow cytometer and laser microscope) and a combination of two fluorescent dyes, fluo-3-AM and ethidium bromide. A beta P(25-35) at concentrations of 1(More)
A 47-year-old man presented at the Ophthalmology Department of Saku City Asama General Hospital complaining of hyperemia and pain after industrial sodium hydroxide (approx. 40% concentration) had entered his left eye. With an epithelial defect of the bulbar and palpebral conjunctiva, ischemia of the inferior third of the limbal conjunctiva, a total corneal(More)
  • T Kokubun
  • 1991
The 'Wriggle Mouse Sagami (WMS)' is a new neurological mutation that was discovered in an inbred strain of BALB/c mice at the Ohmura Institute for Laboratory Animals (Address: Zama 228, Kanagawa, Japan) in 1984. The affected characteristics are transmitted by an autosomal recessive gene (wri). The clinical symptoms are characterized by dystonic involuntary(More)
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