Tatsuya Yamaguchi

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The transcription factor Bcl11b/Ctip2 plays critical roles in the development of several systems and organs, including the immune system, CNS, skin, and teeth. Here, we show that Bcl11b/Ctip2 is highly expressed in the developing vomeronasal system in mice and is required for its proper development. Bcl11b/Ctip2 is expressed in postmitotic vomeronasal(More)
—This paper presents a 60-GHz direct-conversion RF front-end and baseband transceiver including analog and digital circuitry for PHY functions. The 65-nm CMOS front-end consumes 319 and 223 mW in transmitting and receiving mode, respectively. It is capable of more than 7-Gb/s 16QAM wireless communication for every channel of the 60-GHz standards, which can(More)
— This paper presents a 16QAM direct-conversion transceiver in 65 nm CMOS, which is capable of 60-GHz wireless standards. The capacitive cross-coupling neutralization contributes a high common-mode rejection and a high reverse isolation, and a fully-balanced mixer can improve the error vector magnitude due to the reduced local leakage. The maximum data(More)
The main olfactory epithelium (MOE) in mammals is a specialized organ to detect odorous molecules in the external environment. The MOE consists of four types of cells: olfactory sensory neurons, supporting cells, basal cells, and microvillous cells. Among these, development and function of microvillous cells remain largely unknown. Recent studies have shown(More)
Previous studies on adaptive behaviour in single-celled organisms have given hints to the origin of their memorizing capacity. Here we report evidence that a protozoan ciliate Tetrahymena has the capacity to learn the shape and size of its swimming space. Cells confined in a small water droplet for a short period were found to recapitulate circular swimming(More)
We experienced two cases of esophageal web accompanying severe stricture that were treated by endoscopic incisions with an insulated-tip knife (IT-knife). With attention paid to the mucosa at the stricture, the lesion was incised with an IT-knife without complications. Sato's curved laryngoscope was used even in cervical esophageal lesions and an excellent(More)