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Imanishi, Ayumi ... [et al]. Seed dormancy and germination traits of an endangered aquatic plant species, Euryale ferox Salisb. (Nymphaeaceae)
Nakagawa, Satoko ... [et al]. Association of retinal vessel attenuation with visual function in eyes with retinitis pigmentosa.
Aini, Wulamujiang ... [et al]. Accelerated telomere reduction and hepatocyte senescence in tolerated human liver allografts.
Kobayashi, K. ... [et al]. A competing Markov model for cracking prediction on civil structures. Transportation
Nakayama, Kenji ... [et al]. The C-Terminal Fragment of Prostate-Specific Antigen, a 2331 Da Peptide, as a New Urinary Pathognomonic Biomarker Candidate for Diagnosing Prostate Cancer
. 京大東アジアセンターニュースレター 第541号. 京大東アジアセンターニュースレター. 541. 2014
Toju, Hirokazu ... [et al]. Assembly of complex plant–fungus networks. Nature communications. 5. 2014.
神戸, 大朋. 亜鉛代謝の必須分子として機能する亜鉛トランスポーター. 日本衛生学雑誌 - Japanese Journal of Hygiene. 68. 2013. 92-102. In recent years, a number of mammalian zinc transporters have been molecularly characterized. This has brought about major advances in our understanding of the tight regulation of cellular zinc homeostasis and the pivotal roles zinc transporters play in a variety of biological events. Mammalian zinc transporters are classified into two families: the ZRT, IRT-like protein (ZIP) family and the Zn transporter (ZnT) family. The ZIP family consists of 14 members and facilitates zinc influx into the cytosol from the extracellular and intracellular compartments. The ZnT family consists of 9 members and facilitates zinc efflux from the cytosol to the extracellular and intracellular compartments. Coordinated zinc mobilization across the cellular membrane by both transporter families is indispensable for diverse physiological functions. In this review, the features of the ZIP and ZnT families are briefly reviewed from the perspective of zinc physiology, with emphasis on recent progress.
Zou, Jianli ... [et al]. Diffusion driven layer-by-layer assembly of graphene oxide nanosheets into porous three-dimensional macrostructures.
Tanaka, Yukari ... [et al]. Mothers' multimodal information processing is modulated by multimodal interactions with their infants.


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