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n.1.(Biol.) The denser part of the protoplasm of a cell.
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To Jose Mitoma and Armando Alvizar, the Skippers of the vessel "Leon Marino." To Alberto Carbajal, Cesar Lucano, and Erika Rico Virgen, for their help in fieldwork.
Sho Ueda (1), Mitsuteru Akahoshi (1), Atsunobu Takeda (2), Yasushi Inoue (1), Aya Omoto (1), Masahiro Ayano (1), Yasutaka Kimoto (3), Hiroki Mitoma (1), Yojiro Arinobu (1), Hiroaki Niiro (4), Hiroshi Tsukamoto (1), Takahiko Horiuchi (3), Shin-Ichi Hikita (2), Takako Fukuhara (2), Tatsuro Ishibashi (2), Koh-Hei Sonoda (2), Koichi Akashi (1,4)
Mitoma et al., "Serum progranulin levels are elevated in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus, reflecting disease activity," Arthritis Research & Therapy, vol.
(2011), Cioni et al (1997) and Mitoma, Hayashi, Yanagisawa & Tsukagoshi (2000), found levodopa improved tibialis anterior activity in the late swing, early stance phase of gait, allowing adequate foot placement and preventing stumbling.
Mitoma, "Overlooked Holmes' clinical signs: reevaluation by recent physiological findings," Cerebellum & Ataxias, vol.
Mitoma, "Independent regulation of the cycle and acceleration in Parkinsonian gait analyzed by a long-term daily monitoring system," European Neurology, vol.
Mitoma et al., "Gene regulation of filaggrin and other skin barrier proteins via aryl hydrocarbon receptor," Journal of Dermatological Science, vol.
Soon after Diaz Mitoma's departure AMRIC was rebranded as the Health Sciences North Research Institute with a renewed focus on health issues that affect Northerners.
(17.) Mitoma, H., Hayashi, R., Yanagisawa, N., and Tsukagoshi, H.