Yoneshiro Oketani

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The senescence accelerated mouse (SAM) is known as a murine model of aging. SAM consists of senescence accelerated-prone mouse (SAMP) and senescence accelerated-resistant mouse (SAMR). Previous studies reported that SAMP10 exhibits age-related learning impairments and behavioral depression in a tail suspension test after 7 months. We investigated the(More)
A prospective study of 110 patients was carried out to determine the pathogenic significance of trauma to the upper body in the development of neural compressive irritation at the thoracic outlet. Twenty-nine patients were reviewed as cervical strain injuries (N group), 25 patients as probable neurogenic thoracic outlet syndrome (NTOS) (PT group), 39(More)
Genetic analysis of learning and memory deficits (LMD) in senescence-accelerated mouse P8 (SAMP8) was performed by cross-mating SAMP8 and Japanese Fancy Mouse 1 (JF1). The incidence of LMD in the F2 generation showed a 3:1 segregation ratio of mice with LMD to normal mice, and the incidence of LMD in the backcross generation of the F1 to JF1 parental strain(More)
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