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Although the dominant frequency at 3 cpm of electrogastrography (EGG) is reported to shift to a higher frequency during motion sickness (MS), it is unclear whether the normal slow wave (NSW) disappears or not. The authors investigated changes in NSW using vector analysis of EGG. Fourteen subjects were exposed to a Coriolis stimulation to evoke MS. EGG was(More)
PURPOSE Retinal cones have wave-length-specific visual pigments. To identify subclasses of cones, opsin-specific antibodies were previously established for the immunohistochemical studies of frozen sections. In this study, we produced retinal cone antibodies and examined (1) the specificity of these antibodies with Western blot analysis, (2) the application(More)
Based on the reported anti-inflammatory and anti-stress responses by corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) receptor signaling, endogenous CRF receptor agonists, CRF, urocortin (UCN) I and its related peptides, may play protective roles against cardiovascular stresses via the CRF receptor signaling. Therefore, the present study was designed to evaluate the(More)
OBJECTIVE Imagery flight training (IFT) is widely used in aviation without neurophysiological evaluation. Electroencephalogram (EEG) during IFT was compared between experienced fighter pilots (FP) and novice pilots (NP). METHODS Six FP and 9 NP performed imagery right bank, left bank, right roll, and left roll maneuvers. Each task was repeated 5 times in(More)
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