Yasuhiro Ichida

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The neural basis of functional lateralization in language processing is a fundamental issue in systems neuroscience. We used functional MRI (fMRI) to examine hemispheric dominance during the processing of signed and spoken sentences. By using tasks involving comprehension of sentences (Sc) and sentential non-word detection (Sn), we compared different groups(More)
We have previously mapped a diet-induced hypercholesterolemia locus (Dihc2) to chromosome 14 in the F2 generation cross of high-responsive exogenous hypercholesterolemia rats and low-responsive BN rats. To identify a causal gene within this locus, we constructed interval-specific congenic lines and carried out expression and sequencing analyses. Here we(More)
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