Yoichi Iwasaki

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BACKGROUND We report the histologic manifestations in an autopsy case of craniopharyngioma with an unusually long treatment-free course. CASE DESCRIPTION A 72-year-old woman with craniopharyngioma, in whom ateliosis due to the suprasellar tumor had been identified at the age of 10 years but had not been treated, was studied postmortem. She had not(More)
ITO, S., IWASAKI, Y., MOMOTSU, T., TAKAI, K., SHIBATA, A., MATSUBARA, Y, and MUTO, T. Neurotensin and Substance P and Dumping Syndrome. Tohoku J. exp. Med., 1981, 135 (1), 11-21 To investigste the pathophysiological relation between releases of gut hormones and dumping syndrome, plasma radioimmunoassayable neurotesin, substance P, glucagon-like(More)
Brachial systolic pressure (BSP) is often monitored during exercise by the stress test; however, central systolic pressure (CSP) is thought to be a more direct measure of cardiovascular events. Although some studies reported that exercise and aging may play roles in changes of both BSP and CSP, the relationship between BSP and CSP with age following the(More)
The present paper discusses the significance of delivering the results of research activities to multiple types of devices, especially to smart phones and tablet computers, and describes our multi-platform content distribution service as the case study of the 'Ningbo Project.' The requirements for apps to help humanities, implementation, and problems left(More)
We have developed a high-yielding and stereoselective vinylogous Mukaiyama aldol reaction (VMAR) of α-haloenals. Contrary to the simple α,β-unsaturated aldehyde, α-haloenals were found to be reactive affording the corresponding VMAR adducts in excellent yields. Some transformations of VMAR adducts by Pd-mediated cross-coupling were also examined in order to(More)
Dear Editor, The patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus are recommended to take regular exercise because it improves insulin sensitivity [1], glucose tolerance [2] and HbA1C level [3]. These benefits of exercise were confirmed by repeated oral glucose tolerance tests (OGTT) in which the second OGTT was performed at rest, 18 h after the last period of(More)
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