Yoshiro Yamamoto

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Gastric carcinoma remains the second commonest cause of cancer deaths worldwide. Presence of the carcinoma cell in the pulmonary artery is serious condition that might cause remodeling of the pulmonary artery. The present study conducted detailed histopathological analyses to elucidate how gastric carcinoma cells may affect the structure and hemodynamics of(More)
Although Cryptococcus gattii can cause life-threatening complications, putative virulence factors of C. gattii remain controversial. Therefore, we conducted the present study to elucidate the virulence factors of the yeast and found that the mortality rate of mice infected with C. gattii R265 was significantly higher than that of those infected with C.(More)
We have developed a wavelength division bidirectional transcutaneous optical data transmission system using amplitude shift keying (ASK) modulation. The bidirectional optical data transmission system consists of two kinds of light emitting diodes (LEDs) having different wavelengths and an ASK modulator and demodulator. Two narrow directional visible LEDs(More)
To determine useful factors when selecting an appropriate procedure for noninvasive ampullary neoplasia, we investigated the relationship between the location and the histomorphological/immunohistochemical characteristics of 56 noninvasive ampullary neoplasms obtained by endoscopic papillectomy (EP). All subjects were classified according to histomorphology(More)
The multivariate analogue of the one sided test derived in Kud^ o 1963 is considered. A handy method of computing the test statistic and its signiicance probability is given. The method is based on applying sweep out operations on a certain matrix in a systematic manner and applying the Fortran subroutine of Sun 1988.
Flow visualization analysis was applied to the Baylor/Miwatec centrifugal artificial heart to evaluate its fluid dynamic characteristics regarding antithrombogenicity. An eccentric vortex was found both in the upper and the lower gaps of the impeller, which is supposed to be caused by the eccentric inlet port. Therefore, one-way flow toward the outlet is(More)
  • Yoshiro Yamamoto, Yasuhiko Hiranuma, +5 authors Masahiko Mori
  • 1988
Calcifying odontogenic cysts (COC) were immunohistochemically described using different keratin proteins and involucrin as well as histopathology. The cystic lining epithelium was composed of calcifying, keratinizing, squamous, and columnar epithelial cells, and included calcified masses of irregular shape and various size as well as ghost cells. Calcifying(More)
A lipophilic hollow-fiber membrane preparation that was previously described for glucuronidation and sulfation reactions was used for the enzymatic oxidation of sulfides. Endogenous and exogenous toxins in buffer solution or in serum or blood of intoxicated animals were circulated through the internal lumen of lipophilic hollow fibers. Native liver(More)
1. Data-oriented statistical system The authors have developed a web-based statistics system (mainly for educational use) that archives data sets and the corresponding analysis stories and allows statistical analysis to be performed directly on these data sets on the web. The analysis story, which is a kind of document or record that describes the actual(More)