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Cancer Science, ISSN 1347-9032, 10/2014, Volume 105, Issue 10, pp. 1334 - 1342
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Nature Photonics, ISSN 1749-4885, 01/2012, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 56 - 61
The formation of a coupled state among on-chip, photonic nanostructures at arbitrary positions as well as its dynamic control are important in the realization... 
SLOW LIGHT | PHYSICS, APPLIED | OPTICS | EMISSION | SINGLE QUANTUM-DOT | DEFECT | Dynamic control | Nanocomposites | Oscillations | Nanomaterials | Joining | Nanostructure | Photons | Photonics
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Molecular Biology Reports, ISSN 0301-4851, 04/2019, pp. 1 - 13
The current authors previously reported that a carbonyl reductase 1 (CR1) DNA-dendrimer complex could potentially be used in gene therapy for peritoneal... 
Cell proliferation | Mesothelium | Animal models | Metastasis | Ovarian cancer | Necrosis | Metastases | Cell growth | Transfection | Gene therapy | Deoxyribonucleic acid--DNA | Peritoneum | Reductase
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Optics Express, ISSN 1094-4087, 06/2011, Volume 19, Issue 12, pp. 11916 - 11921
We have measured the quality (Q) factors and resonant wavelengths for 80 photonic crystal nanocavities with the same heterostructure. In this statistical... 
OPTICS | CRYSTAL NANOCAVITY | EMISSION | SINGLE QUANTUM-DOT | DEFECT
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Journal of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, ISSN 1932-6254, 08/2014, Volume 8, Issue 8, p. 604
The objective of this study was to investigate the feasibility of biodegradable gelatin-[beta]-tricalcium phosphate ([beta]-TCP) composites as a cell scaffold... 
Biodegradation | Calcium phosphate | Fibroblast growth factors | Composite materials industry | Product enhancement
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by Sakamoto, Yuma and Yamamoto, Takuaki and Sugano, Nobuhiko and Takahashi, Daisuke and Watanabe, Toshiyuki and Atsumi, Takashi and Nakamura, Junichi and Hasegawa, Yukiharu and Akashi, Koichi and Narita, Ichiei and Miyamoto, Takeshi and Takeuchi, Tsutomu and Ikari, Katsunori and Amano, Koichi and Fujie, Atsuhiro and Kubo, Toshikazu and Tada, Yoshifumi and Kaneuji, Ayumi and Nakamura, Hiroaki and Miyamura, Tomoya and Kabata, Tamon and Yamaji, Ken and Okawa, Takahiro and Sudo, Akihiro and Ohzono, Kenji and Tanaka, Yoshiya and Yasunaga, Yuji and Matsuda, Shuichi and Imai, Yuuki and Nakashima, Yasuharu and Motomura, Goro and Ikemura, Satoshi and Yamaguchi, Ryosuke and Karasuyama, Kazuyuki and Sonoda, Kazuhiko and Nishii, Takashi and Sakai, Takashi and Takao, Masaki and Irie, Tohru and Asano, Tsuyoshi and Iwasaki, Norimasa and Atsumi, Tatsuya and Tamaoki, Satoshi and Nakanishi, Ryosuke and Tanabe, Satoe and Kishida, Shunji and Hagiwara, Shigeo and Seki, Taisuke and Tsukamoto, Hiroshi and Niiro, Hiroaki and Arinobu, Yojiro and Akahoshi, Mitsuteru and Mitoma, Hiroshi and Ayano, Masahiro and Kuroda, Takeshi and Toyama, Yoshiaki and Funayama, Atsushi and Hanaoka, Hironari and Yamaoka, Kunihiro and Kawaguchi, Yasushi and Yamanaka, Hisashi and Hosozawa, Tetsuji and Momohara, Shigeki and Chino, Kentaro and Fujioka, Mikihiro and Ueshima, Keichiro and Ishida, Masashi and Saito, Masazumi and Hayashi, Shigeki and Ikegami, Akira and Ichiseki, Toru and Mizokawa, Shigekazu and Ohta, Yoichi and Kajino, Yoshitomo and Sekiya, Fumio and Higuchi, Fujio and Hasegawa, Masahiro and Miyamoto, Noriki and Miyazaki, Shinichi and Yamaguchi, Toshio and Ando, Wataru and Saito, Kazuyoshi and Nakano, Kazuhisa and Kuroda, Yutaka and Yamasaki, Takuma and Akiyama, Masato and Kubo, Michiaki and Kamatani, Yoichiro and Iwamoto, Yukihide and Ikegawa, Shiro and Japanese Res Comm Idiopathic and Japanese Research Committee on Idiopathic Osteonecrosis of the Femoral Head
Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 15035 - 12
Idiopathic osteonecrosis of the femoral head (IONFH) is an ischemic disorder that causes bone necrosis of the femoral head, resulting in hip joint dysfunction.... 
GENETIC-VARIATION | SYSTEMIC-LUPUS-ERYTHEMATOSUS | CIGARETTE-SMOKING | RISK-FACTORS | NONTRAUMATIC OSTEONECROSIS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | TREATED RABBITS | ALCOHOL INTAKE | OCCUPATIONAL-STATUS | AVASCULAR NECROSIS | ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH-FACTOR | Hip joint | Femur | Ischemia | Drinking behavior | Chromosome 20 | Data processing | Chromosome 12 | Osteonecrosis | Genomes | Risk factors | Hip | Index Medicus
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