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by Yamagami, Keitaro and Kurogi, Ryota and Kurogi, Ai and Nishimura, Hiroyuki and Nishimura, Shinjitsu and Nishimura, Yasuaki and Nishimura, Kunihiro and Nishimura, Ataru and Onozuka, Daisuke and Ren, Nice and Kada, Akiko and Arimura, Koichi and Ido, Keisuke and Mizoguchi, Masahiro and Sakamoto, Seisaburo and Sakamoto, Tetsuya and Kayama, Takamasa and Suzuki, Nozomi and Suzuki, Michiyasu and Suzuki, Sachio and Suzuki, Hidenori and Suzuki, Ichiro and Suzuki, Susumu and Arai, Yoshinori and Arai, Hajime and Arai, Motohiro and Hagihara, Akihito and Iihara, Koji and Takigami, Masayoshi and Kamiyama, Kenji and Houkin, Kiyohiro and Nishi, Shougo and Yoshimoto, Tetsuyuki and Yoshimoto, Junpei and Kaneko, Sadao and Oka, Hirofumi and Oka, Koji and Ooyama, Hiroshi and Kamada, Kyousuke and Makino, Kenichi and Tokumitsu, Naoki and Sako, Kazuhiro and Izumi, Naoto and Nitta, Hisashi and Nitta, Kazumi and Ootaki, Masahumi and Isobe, Masanori and Nishiya, Mikio and Yamazaki, Takaaki and Mabuchi, Syouji and Mabuchi, Eiichiro and Ogasawara, Kuniaki and Kubo, Naohiko and Shimizu, Yukihiko and Saito, Hitoshi and Saito, Keiichi and Yamanome, Tatumi and Yoshino, Kimihiro and Yoshino, Atsuo and Fujitsuka, Mitsuyuki and Takami, Masaaki and Ohtaka, Hirotoshi and Hirano, Teruyuki and Shiokawa, Yosiaki and Okada, Takaharu and Kohno, Michihiro and Haraoka, Jou and Kawamura, Noriyoshi and Kawamura, Tadao and Isoshima, Akira and Yasue, Masaharu and Takayoshi Kobayashi, Mitsuhiko Hokari and Kawai, Kensuke and Maehara, Taketoshi and Noguchi, Makoto and Hoshino, Haruhiko and Hiyama, Hirofumi and Yoshida, Kensaku and Yoshida, Kazunari and Utsugi, Osamu and Takeda, Yasuaki and Takeda, Yuu and Tamaki, Kouichi and Karasudani, Hirohide and Urabe, Takao and Kobayashi, Nozomu and Kobayashi, Shiro and Nakamura, Yusaku and Nakamura, Kazuhito and Nakamura, Michio and Nakamura, Yoshinari and Koguchi, Yorio and Ono, Junichi and Suda, Sumio and Hadeishi, Hiromu and Fukutake, Toshio and Wakui, Kenji and Tanno, Hirokazu and Ishige, Naoki and Ohasi, Takashi and ... and J-ASPECT Study Collaborators
World Neurosurgery, ISSN 1878-8750, 10/2019, Volume 130, pp. e26 - e46
The epidemiology of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) has changed dramatically over recent decades as a result of rapid advances in aging societies.... 
Aging | Hospital mortality | Prognosis | Traumatic brain injury | Subdural hematoma
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KAGAKU TO SEIBUTSU, ISSN 0453-073X, 02/2018, Volume 56, Issue 3, pp. 231 - 233
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Biological & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 11/2016, Volume 39, Issue 11, p. 1743
Trimeric intracellular cation (TRIC) channel subtypes, namely TRIC-A and TRIC-B, are expressed in the endoplasmic/sarcoplasmic reticulum and nuclear envelope,... 
Biotechnology | Calcium (intracellular) | Fluxes | Stores | Patients | Channels | Ossification | Sarcoplasmic reticulum | Rodents | Cell lines | Osteogenesis imperfecta | Bones | Biocompatibility | Mice | Cations | Mutation | Bone | Intracellular | Osteogenesis
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Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2016, Volume 39, Issue 11, pp. 1743 - 1747
Trimeric intracellular cation (TRIC) channel subtypes, namely TRIC-A and TRIC-B, are expressed in the endoplasmic/sarcoplasmic reticulum and nuclear envelope,... 
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Journal of Physiology, ISSN 0022-3751, 08/2015, Volume 593, Issue 15, pp. 3241 - 3251
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International Journal of Molecular Sciences, ISSN 1422-0067, 09/2019, Volume 20, Issue 19, p. 4840
Sterols, especially cholesterol (Chl), are fundamental for animal survival. Insects lacking the ability to synthesize Chl are sterol auxotrophic animals and... 
LC-MS/MS | silkworm | cholesterol | brain | metamorphosis | dietary sterol | principal component analysis | phytosterol
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The Journal of Physiology, ISSN 0022-3751, 08/2015, Volume 593, Issue 15, pp. 3241 - 3251
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Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, ISSN 0918-6158, 2016, Volume 39, Issue 11, pp. 1743 - 1747
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Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, ISSN 0006-291X, 10/2019, Volume 518, Issue 3, pp. 605 - 609
In the stomach, Sonic Hedgehog (Shh) is highly expressed in gastric parietal cells, and acts as a morphogen in early development of the organ. Here, we found... 
Sonic hedgehog | Parietal cells | H+,K+-ATPase | Morphogen | Gastric acid
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Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, ISSN 0006-291X, 10/2019, Volume 518, Issue 3, p. 605
In the stomach, Sonic Hedgehog (Shh) is highly expressed in gastric parietal cells, and acts as a morphogen in early development of the organ. Here, we found... 
Medical colleges | Adenosine triphosphatase
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In vivo (Athens, Greece), 07/2018, Volume 32, Issue 4, p. 765
Although there are many reports of anticancer drug-induced neurotoxicity, most previous data have been derived from neuronal cell models grown in a variety of... 
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In Vivo, ISSN 0258-851X, 07/2018, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp. 745 - 752
Background/Aim: In order to search for substances that reduce the neurotoxicity of paclitaxel, the sensitivity of differentiated rat neuronal PC12 cells to... 
Anticancer drug | PC12 | Neurotoxicity | NGF | Differentiation stage | MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL | APOPTOSIS | TRIALS | anticancer drug | ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE | DOXORUBICIN | differentiation stage | THERAPY | DRUGS | PC12 CELLS | Index Medicus
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by Nakase, H and Motoya, S and Matsumoto, T and Watanabe, K and Hisamatsu, T and Yoshimura, N and Ishida, T and Kato, S and Nakagawa, T and Esaki, M and Nagahori, M and Matsui, T and Naito, Y and Kanai, T and Suzuki, Y and Nojima, M and Watanabe, M and Hibi, T and Andoh, Akira and Ashida, Toshifumi and Endo, Katsuya and Endo, Yutaka and Esaki, Motohiro and Fujita, Hiroshi and Fujiya, Mikihiro and Haruma, Ken and Hibi, Toshifumi and Hiraoka, Sakiko and Hirata, Ichiro and Hisamatsu, Tadakazu and Honda, Yutaka and Iijima, Hideki and Iizuka, Bunei and Ikeya, Kentaro and Inoue, Takuya and Inoue, Shuji and Ishida, Tetsuya and Ishiguro, Yo and Ishihara, Shunji and Ito, Hiroaki and Iwakiri, Ryuichi and Kagaya, Takashi and Kanai, Takanori and Kashida, Hiroshi and Kato, Shingo and Kato, Jun and Katsurada, Takehiko and Kinjyo, Fukunori and Kobayashi, Kiyonori and Kodama, Mayumi and Kunisaki, Reiko and Kurahara, Koichi and Kurokami, Takafumi and Kyouwon, Lee and Matsuda, Koichiro and Matsueda, Kazuhiro and Matsui, Toshiyuki and Matsumoto, Takayuki and Mitsuyama, Keiichi and Mizokami, Yuji and Motoya, Satoshi and Naito, Yuji and Nakagawa, Tomoo and Nakamura, Shiro and Nakase, Hiroshi and Nojima, Masanori and Nomura, Masafumi and Ogawa, Atsuhiro and Okazaki, Kazuichi and Otsuka, Kazuaki and Sakuraba, Hirotake and Saruta, Masayuki and Sasaki, Makoto and Shirai, Takayuki and Suga, Tomoaki and Sugimura, Kazuhito and Sugiyama, Toshiro and Suzuki, Yasuo and Takeshima, Fuminao and Tamaki, Hiroyuki and Tanaka, Shinji and Tanida, Satoshi and Tominaga, Keiichi and Tomizawa, Taku and Watanabe, Kenji and Watanabe, Mamoru and Yamamoto, Shojiro and Yamashita, Masaki and Yoshida, Atsushi and Yoshimura, Naoki and DIAMOND Study Grp and DIAMOND study group
Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, ISSN 0269-2813, 11/2017, Volume 46, Issue 9, pp. 873 - 882
Summary Background Significance of monitoring adalimumab trough levels and anti‐adalimumab antibodies (AAA) for disease outcome in Crohn's disease (CD)... 
RHEUMATOID-ARTHRITIS | MAINTENANCE | INFLAMMATORY-BOWEL-DISEASE | 6-THIOGUANINE NUCLEOTIDE | IMMUNOMODULATORS | COMBINATION THERAPY | ULCERATIVE-COLITIS | RANDOMIZED-TRIAL | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | INFLIXIMAB | GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY | CLINICAL-RESPONSE | Guanine Nucleotides - blood | Adalimumab - immunology | Thionucleotides - blood | Humans | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - immunology | Male | Treatment Outcome | Crohn Disease - immunology | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - blood | Adalimumab - therapeutic use | Mercaptopurine - therapeutic use | Adalimumab - blood | Crohn Disease - blood | Crohn Disease - drug therapy | Sensitivity and Specificity | Adalimumab - pharmacokinetics | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - therapeutic use | Anti-Inflammatory Agents - pharmacokinetics | Antibodies - blood | Female | Drug Therapy, Combination | Mercaptopurine - analogs & derivatives | Measurement | Viral antibodies | Medical research | Analysis | Medicine, Experimental | Antibodies | Biopharmaceutics | Blood cells | Body weight | Erythrocytes | Diamonds | Crohn's disease | Pharmacology | Regression analysis | Thioguanine | Patients | Crohns disease | Sensitivity | Regression models | Red blood cells | Multiple regression models | Predictions | Monoclonal antibodies | Remission | Pharmacokinetics | Original | Personalised Adalimumab Pharmacokinetics
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Nature Cell Biology, ISSN 1465-7392, 2009, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 56 - 64
Dynamic membrane repair and remodelling is an elemental process that maintains cell integrity and mediates efficient cellular function. Here we report that... 
SKELETAL-MUSCLE | MECHANISM | CA2+ RELEASE | CALCIUM | MUSCULAR-DYSTROPHY | DISRUPTIONS | SARCOLEMMA | CHANNELS | PLASMA-MEMBRANE | DYSFERLIN | CELL BIOLOGY
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