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Journal of Occupational Health, ISSN 1341-9145, 2012, Volume 54, Issue 3, pp. 215 - 222
[Objectives]: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MS) has been remarkably increasing worldwide. However, few studies have examined the effect of lifestyle... 
Journal Article
Journal of Occupational Health, ISSN 1341-9145, 01/2012, Volume 54, Issue 3, pp. 215 - 222
Objectives: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MS) has been remarkably increasing worldwide. However, few studies have examined the effect of lifestyle... 
Journal Article
2018 7th Electronic System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC), 09/2018, pp. 1 - 5
Chip-on-Wafer Direct Transfer Bonding (CoW DTB) technology employing a UV assisted chip transfer mechanism for the high-accuracy direct bonding application... 
Radiation effects | III-V/Si | Direct Bonding | Glass | Tools | Cows | Fan-Out (FO) | Surface treatment | Three-dimensional Integrated Circuit (3DIC) | Oxide Bonding | Silicon | Chip-on-Wafer (CoW) | Bonding
Conference Proceeding
2015 IEEE 17th Electronics Packaging and Technology Conference (EPTC), 12/2015, Volume 2016-, pp. 1 - 6
Three-Dimensional (3D) integration of group III-V compound semiconductor material on Si wafer (III-V/Si) is important for next-generation microsystems such as... 
Annealing | Epitaxial layers | Silicon | III-V semiconductor materials | Bonding | Indium phosphide | Surface treatment
Conference Proceeding
2016 6th Electronic System-Integration Technology Conference (ESTC), 09/2016, pp. 1 - 6
Three-Dimensional (3D) integration of group III-V compound semiconductor devices on silicon (III-V/Si) is important for next-generation microsystems such as Si... 
Epitaxial layers | Cows | Silicon | III-V semiconductor materials | Bonding | Indium phosphide | Substrates
Conference Proceeding
Journal of Occupational Health, ISSN 1341-9145, 05/2012, Volume 54, Issue 3, p. 215
Objectives: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome (MS) has been remarkably increasing worldwide. However, few studies have examined the effect of lifestyle... 
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Acta Hepatologica Japonica, ISSN 0451-4203, 1988, Volume 26, Issue 6, pp. 759 - 765
Journal Article
Kanzo, ISSN 0451-4203, 1985, Volume 26, Issue 6, pp. 759 - 765
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Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 0022-3549, 03/1978, Volume 67, Issue 3, pp. 415 - 416
The biliary excretion of 3H-digoxin in rats prepared for bile sampling with minimal interruption of the enterohepatic circulation was compared with that in... 
Excretion biliary–3H-digoxin, measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | Cardiotonic agents–digoxin biliary excretion measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | 3H-Digoxin–biliary excretion measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique rats | Enterohepatic circulation–minimal interruption technique used to measure biliary excretion of 3H-digoxin rats | Excretion, biliary—3H‐digoxin, measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | Cardiotonic agents—digoxin, biliary excretion measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | 3H‐Digoxin—biliary excretion measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | Enterohepatic circulation—minimal interruption technique used to measure biliary excretion of 3H‐digoxin, rats | H‐digoxin, rats | H‐digoxin, measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | H‐Digoxin—biliary excretion measured by enterohepatic circulation minimal interruption technique, rats | Excretion, biliary | Enterohepatic circulation—minimal interruption technique used to measure biliary excretion of | Animals | Injections, Intravenous | Digoxin - administration & dosage | Digoxin - metabolism | Intubation, Gastrointestinal | Rats | Female | Enterohepatic Circulation
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Japanese Journal of Gastroenterology, ISSN 0446-6586, 02/1984, Volume 81, Issue 2, pp. 272 - 276
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The Keio Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0022-9717, 1967, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 205 - 221
Hitherto the partial liver transplantation with primary revascularization has never been performed and all of the studies of liver transplantation with... 
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by Sakai, Katsuji and Sakai, K and Yura, J and Yura, Jiro and Ishibiki, K and Ishibiki, Kyuya and Tanimura, Hiroshi and Nakayama, Issei and Fujimoto, Mikio and Ogawa, Nobuya and Kuwahara, Shogo and Abo, Shichisaburo and Mori, Shozo and Saito, Kazuyoshi and Motoki, Ryoichi and Sakuma, Masayoshi and Koizumi, Keishiro and Taniguchi, Tatsuyoshi and Ogiwara, Tomonobu and Nara, Keiji and Uematsu, Yoshikazu and Kurihara, Eui and Sato, Kiyoshi and Miyoshi, Hiroshi and Toyama, Takao and Ikehata, Yukihiko and Shiina, Eiichi and Hosoda, Yoichiro and Hashimoto, Mitsumasa and Yamamoto, Osami and Yamada, Kimio and Ogata, Toshira and Shima, Shingo and Kato, Shigetsugu and Sakakibara, Noburu and Kawada, Yuichi and Endo, Mitsuo and Okushima, Norihiko and Akieda, Yozo and Aikawa, Naoki and Okusawa, Seijiro and Suzuki, Hiroichiro and Kimura, Kozaburo and Fukushima, Yasuo and Tani, Chiaki and Mori, Ryozo and Ogiso, Minoru and Wada, Toshisue and Sohma, Satoru and Kitajima, Masaki and Ishikawa, Takahisa and Nabeya, Kinichi and Fukushima, Hisaki and Utsunomiya, Toshiyoshi and Furuuchi, Takayuki and Kawamura, Eiji and Kubota, Tetsuro and Miyagawa, Ken and Mimura, Takashi and Hamana, Genichi and Yamakawa, Tatsuo and Ito, Seiji and Nakagawa, Yorio and Kakumoto, Yoichiro and Yasumura, Kazuhiko and Takahashi, Shin and Saito, Toshiaki and Hanatani, Yuji and Ohmura, Toshiro and Yamamoto, Shuzo and Yamada, Yoshinori and Yoshii, Hiroshi and Watanabe, Mamori and Takenaka, Yoshifumi and Ikoma, Mitsuhiro and Goto, Hidemichi and Suzuki, Kaisuke and Takahashi, Yoshiki and Ohba, Masami and Mitomi, Tosmo and Sugita, Teruji and Makuuchi, Hiroyasu and Ishiwata, Koichi and Shimizu, Takeaki and Kawaguchi, Hidehiro and Yoshida, Keisuke and Muto, Terukazu and Nogimura, Shohei and Kajiwara, Tatehiro and Yago, Osamu and Fuchigami, Akira and Ando, Koshi and Isobe, Kiyoshi and Sugitani, Akira and Yamaoka, Yoshio and Kaji, Hiromu and Sumiyama, Masao and Fukami, Hiroya and Tsuyuki, Ken and Aoki, Haruo and ...
Chemotherapy, ISSN 0009-3165, 1984, Volume 32, Issue 9, pp. 647 - 679
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