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  • Physical origin of a complicated tactile sensation: 'shittori feel'. [Journal Article]
    R Soc Open Sci 2019; 6(7):190039Kikegawa K, Kuhara R, … Nonomura Y
  • Shittori feel is defined as a texture that is moderately moisturized; however, many people experience 'shittori feel' when they touch a dry solid material containing little liquid. Here, shittori feel was evaluated for 12 materials. We found that the highest score of shittori feel was achieved by powders. Multiple regression analysis showed that shittori feel is a complex sense of moist and smoot…
  • T Cell Microvilli: Sensors or Senders? [Review]
    Front Immunol 2019; 10:1753Kim HR, Jun CD
  • Communication between cells is essential for multicellular life. During cognate immune interactions, T cells communicate with antigen-presenting cells (APC) via direct cell-cell contact or the release of molecules and vesicles containing T cell messages. A wide variety of mechanisms have been reported and among them a process called "trogocytosis" has traditionally been thought to be the fastest …
  • Breaking Proportional Recovery After Stroke. [Journal Article]
    Neurorehabil Neural Repair 2019; :1545968319868718Senesh MR, Reinkensmeyer DJ
  • People with hemiparesis after stroke appear to recover 70% to 80% of the difference between their baseline and the maximum upper extremity Fugl-Meyer (UEFM) score, a phenomenon called proportional recovery (PR). Two recent commentaries explained that PR should be expected because of mathematical coupling between the baseline and change score. Here we ask, If mathematical coupling encourages PR, w…
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