Yuuki Miyai

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The role of complement in the pathogenesis of diabetes was studied in 31 Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetic children by assaying serum islet cell surface antibody, C3, C4 and serum complement-dependent antibody-mediated cytotoxicity. Nine of 21 islet cell surface antibody-positive children were within 5 months of disease onset and showed significantly(More)
Although the basic swimming rhythm is created by central pattern generators (CPGs) located in each spinal segment, command signals from the brain should be indispensable for the activation of CPGs to initiate swimming. We hypothesized that the nucleus of medial longitudinal fascicles (Nflm) is the midbrain locomotor region driving swimming rhythms in(More)
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