Yuji Nishikawa

Kiyonaga Fujii1
Xi Chen1
Bing Xin1
1Kiyonaga Fujii
1Xi Chen
1Bing Xin
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STUDY DESIGN Histologic changes in the spinal cord caused by progressive spinal kyphosis were assessed using a new animal model. OBJECTIVES To evaluate the effects of chronic compression associated with kyphotic deformity of the cervical spine on the spinal cord. SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA The spinal cord has remarkable ability to resist chronic(More)
Hepatocellular carcinoma develops in either chronically injured or seemingly intact livers. To explore the tumorigenic mechanisms underlying these different conditions, we compared the mRNA expression profiles of mouse hepatocellular tumors induced by the repeated injection of CCl4 or a single diethylnitrosamine (DEN) injection using a cDNA microarray. We(More)
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