Tomoyo Namura

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We previously hypothesized that S100A8/A9 binds with several kinds of proinflammatory cytokines, such as TNF-alpha, IL-6 and IL-1beta, to form the S100A8/A9-proinflammatory cytokine complexes in vivo(More)
BACKGROUND Serum proteins that non-specifically bind with human S100A8/A9 (h-S100A8/A9) have been proposed. Our aim was to isolate and identify these proteins, and verify their clinical significance(More)
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