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Journal of Anatomy, ISSN 0021-8782, 04/2019, Volume 234, Issue 4, pp. 456 - 464
The intestine elongates during the early fetal period, herniates into the extraembryonic coelom, and subsequently returns to the abdominal coelom. The manner... 
physiological umbilical hernia | human early fetal period | magnetic resonance images | transition phase | ROTATION | HUMAN EMBRYOS | ANATOMY & MORPHOLOGY | Hernia | Physiological aspects | Fetus | Growth | Magnetic resonance imaging | Intestine | Liver | Hernias | Fetuses | Ileum | Abdomen
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The Journal of Cell Biology, ISSN 0021-9525, 1/2006, Volume 172, Issue 3, pp. 383 - 393
Proteins that are unfolded or misfolded in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) must be refolded or degraded to maintain the homeostasis of the ER. Components of... 
Messenger RNA | Immunoprecipitation | HEK293 cells | Complementary DNA | Plasmids | HeLa cells | Antibodies | Glycoproteins | Epitopes | Unfolded protein response | ENDOPLASMIC-RETICULUM MEMBRANE | MESSENGER-RNA | MISFOLDED GLYCOPROTEINS | ATPASE | RETRO-TRANSLOCATION | PROTEASOME | CYTOSOL | QUALITY-CONTROL | STRESS | TRANSLATIONAL CONTROL | CELL BIOLOGY | RNA, Small Interfering - genetics | Gene Expression - drug effects | Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis | Gene Expression - genetics | Humans | Neoplasm Proteins - physiology | Endoplasmic Reticulum - metabolism | Molecular Sequence Data | Neoplasm Proteins - metabolism | RNA, Messenger - metabolism | Heat-Shock Proteins - genetics | Lectins - metabolism | Transfection | Membrane Proteins - physiology | Membrane Proteins - metabolism | Neoplasm Proteins - genetics | Nuclear Proteins - genetics | Amino Acid Sequence | Cell Line | alpha 1-Antitrypsin - genetics | Membrane Proteins - genetics | Lectins - physiology | RNA, Messenger - genetics | Molecular Chaperones - genetics | Protein-Serine-Threonine Kinases - genetics | Adenosine Triphosphatases - metabolism | Nuclear Proteins - metabolism | Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Regulatory Factor X Transcription Factors | Protein Folding | Mice, Knockout | Sequence Homology, Amino Acid | Animals | Tunicamycin - pharmacology | Saccharomyces cerevisiae Proteins - metabolism | Protamine Kinase - metabolism | Lectins - genetics | Mice | Transcription Factors | alpha 1-Antitrypsin - metabolism | HeLa Cells | Protamine Kinase - genetics | Protein Binding - physiology | Genetic aspects | Research | Mammals | Endoplasmic reticulum | Cellular control mechanisms | Protein folding | Biology | Index Medicus
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by Yamagami, Keitaro and Kurogi, Ryota and Kurogi, Ai and Nishimura, Kunihiro and Onozuka, Daisuke and Ren, Nice and Kada, Akiko and Nishimura, Ataru and Arimura, Koichi and Ido, Keisuke and Mizoguchi, Masahiro and Sakamoto, Tetsuya and Kayama, Takamasa and Suzuki, Michiyasu and Arai, Hajime and Hagihara, Akihito and Iihara, Koji and Masayoshi, Takigami and Kenji, Kamiyama and Kiyohiro, Houkin and Shougo, Nishi and Tetsuyuki, Yoshimoto and Sadao, Kaneko and Koji, Oka and Hiroshi, Ooyama and Kyousuke, Kamada and Kenichi, Makino and Naoki, Tokumitsu and Kazuhiro, Sako and Susumu, Suzuki and Nozomi, Suzuki and Naoto, Izumi and Kazumi, Nitta and Masahumi, Ootaki and Masanori, Isobe and Mikio, Nishiya and Takaaki, Yamazaki and Syouji, Mabuchi and Kuniaki, Ogasawara and Naohiko, Kubo and Yukihiko, Shimizu and Keiichi, Saito and Tatumi, Yamanome and Atsuo, Yoshino and Mitsuyuki, Fujitsuka and Masaaki, Takami and Hirotoshi, Ohtaka and Teruyuki, Hirano and Yosiaki, Shiokawa and Takaharu, Okada and Ichiro, Suzuki and Michihiro, Kohno and Jou, Haraoka and Yoshinori, Arai and Noriyoshi, Kawamura and Akira, Isoshima and Masaharu, Yasue and Mitsuhiko, Hokari and Takayoshi, Kobayashi and Kensuke, Kawai and Taketoshi, Maehara and Hajime, Arai and Makoto, Noguchi and Haruhiko, Hoshino and Hirofumi, Hiyama and Kensaku, Yoshida and Osamu, Utsugi and Yasuaki, Takeda and Kouichi, Tamaki and Hirohide, Karasudani and Takao, Urabe and Shiro, Kobayashi and Michio, Nakamura and Yorio, Koguchi and Junichi, Ono and Sumio, Suda and Hiromu, Hadeishi and Toshio, Fukutake and Kenji, Wakui and Hirokazu, Tanno and Naoki, Ishige and Takashi, Ohasi and Hideki, Sakai and Yasuaki, Nishimura and Takayuki, Watanabe and Takashi, Matsumoto and Naoki, Koketsu and Yuichi, Hirose and Manabu, Doyu and Toshinori, Hasegawa and Naoto, Kuwayama and Shinichi, Terao and Nobuhiko, Mizutani and Noriyuki, Suzaki and Satoshi, Okuda and Keizo, Yasui and Yukio, Seki and Yasuhiro, Hasegawa and Akira, Ikeda and Youtarou, Takeuchi and ... and J-ASPECT Study Collaborators
World Neurosurgery, ISSN 1878-8750, 2019
Background: The epidemiology of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) has changed dramatically over recent decades as a result of rapid advances in aging... 
Aging | Hospital mortality | Prognosis | Traumatic brain injury | Subdural hematoma | Index Medicus
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Journal of the American Chemical Society, ISSN 0002-7863, 06/2010, Volume 132, Issue 23, pp. 7899 - 7901
A polyquinoxaline-based helical polymer ligand bearing both helical-sense-determining chiral side chains and coordinating diarylphosphino side chains exhibits... 
SCREW-SENSE | POLYMERS | POLY(QUINOXALINE-2,3-DIYL)S | COMPLEXES | LIVING POLYMERIZATION | END | METHACRYLATE | CONFORMATION | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | 1,2-DIISOCYANOBENZENES | Solvation | Chemical properties | Polymers | Structure | Chirality | Analysis
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Neuron, ISSN 0896-6273, 03/2014, Volume 81, Issue 5, pp. 1001 - 1008
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Angewandte Chemie International Edition, ISSN 1433-7851, 08/2015, Volume 54, Issue 32, pp. 9333 - 9337
A highly efficient majority‐rules effect of poly(quinoxaline‐2,3‐diyl)s (PQXs) bearing 2‐butoxymethyl chiral side chains at the 6‐ and 7‐positions was... 
ligand design | asymmetric synthesis | helical structures | asymmetric amplification | polymer catalysts | MACROMOLECULAR STEREOCHEMISTRY | POLYMERS | POLYISOCYANATES | ENANTIOSELECTIVE SYNTHESIS | HOMOCHIRALITY | HYDROSILYLATION | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | ORIGINS | SERGEANTS | PALLADIUM CATALYST | LIGAND | Solvent effect | Copolymers | Asymmetry | Helical | Ligands | Bowing | Monomers | Bearing
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American Journal of Epidemiology, ISSN 0002-9262, 6/2008, Volume 167, Issue 12, pp. 1397 - 1406
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by Kashiwagi, Kenji and Kogure, Satoshi and Mabuchi, Fumihiko and Chiba, Tatsuya and Yamamoto, Tetsuya and Kuwayama, Yasuaki and Araie, Makoto and Aihara, Makoto and Abe, Haruki and Iwase, Aiko and Uji, Yukitaka and Katsushima, Harumi and Kitazawa, Yoshiaki and Sawaguchi, Shoichi and Shimizu, Hiroshi and Shirato, Shiroaki and Sugiyama, Kazuhisa and Suzuki, Yasuyuki and Tanihara, Hidenobu and Tawara, Akihiko and Tomita, Goji and Tomidokoro, Atsuo and Negi, Akira and Fukuchi, Takeo and Matsumoto, Chota and Mishima, Hiromu K and Yoshikawa, Keiji and Yoshitomi, Takeshi and Inoue, Yoshitsugu and Aoyama, Yumiko and Kawase, Kazuhide and Ban, Takahiro and Sawada, Akira and Mochizuki, Kiyofumi and Futa, Ryusuke and Nakamoto, Kenji and Sugiyama, Tetsuya and Kojima, Shota and Hirotsuji, Norihiko and Kano, Kiyoshi and Ohura, Atsushi and Kawai, Eriko and Nakata, Atsuko and Kuwamura, Rika and Okuno, Kensuke and Yawata, Kenji and Matsumoto, Shun and Abe, Haruki and Fukuchi, Takeo and Shirakashi, Motohiro and Ueda, Jun and Tanaka, Takayuki and Negi, Akira and Nakamura, Makoto and Kanamori, Akiyasu and Yamada, Yuko and Tawara, Akihiko and Kubota, Toshiaki and Tou, Norihiko and Kimura, Tairo and Furusawa, Chiaki and Inoue, Naoki and Kawabata, Kiho and Tachibana, Nobuhiko and Matsuda, Akira and Seto, Takahiko and Kimura, Satoshi and Ueno, Satoki and Tokuda, Naoto and Inoue, Jun and Sugiyama, Kazuhisa and Ohkubo, Shinji and Higashide, Tomomi and Saito, Yoshiaki and Takeda, Hisashi and Nagata, Atsushi and Uji, Yukitaka and Tsukitome, Hideyuki and Ito, Kunio and Ikesugi, Kengo and Matsumura, Miyo and Nambu, Hiroyuki and Hamanaka, Teruhiko and Omata, Takayasu and Watanabe, Yukiko and Sakuma, Keiko and Amari, Yoko and Takahashi, Genichiro and Noro, Takahiko and Miyata, Hiroshi and Hirasawa, Manabu and Ohtake, Yuichiro and Yuki, Kenya and Tomita, Goji and Aihara, Makoto and Tomidokoro, Atsuo and Matsuo, Hiroshi and Atarashi, Takuya and Mayama, Chihiro and Yamagami, Junkichi and ... and Collaborative Bleb-Related and Collaborative Bleb-Related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group and the Collaborative Bleb-Related Infection Incidence and Treatment Study Group
Acta Ophthalmologica, ISSN 1755-375X, 11/2016, Volume 94, Issue 7, pp. e561 - e570
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