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  • [Kanashibari Phenomenon as a Sleep Disorder: Recurrent Idiopathic Sleep Paralysis]. [Journal Article]
    Brain Nerve 2018; 70(11):1279-1287Fukuda K
  • The phenomenon called kanashibari in Japan is otherwise known as sleep paralysis and, is an established symptom of narcolepsy. Its physiological correlate is an unusual occurrence of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, i.e., sleep onset REM periods (SOREMPs). Various symptoms of the phenomenon are explained by the mechanisms of REM sleep. SOREMPs can be observed in various situations, which indicate …
  • GPs' experiences with loneliness. [Journal Article]
    Aust Fam Physician 2008; 37(11):973-6van Ravesteijn H, Lucassen P, van der Akker M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Loneliness is a widespread phenomenon and a difficult problem according to the GPs interviewed in this study. Discussing loneliness with patients should not be avoided in general practice.
  • Effect of glucose concentration on swimming motility in enterobacteria. [Journal Article]
    Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1997; 231(3):692-5Lai HC, Shu JC, … Ho SW
  • Since the observation that glucose prevents the synthesis of flagella in Escherichia coli was first reported in 1967, many studies have addressed the underlying mechanism. Currently, it is thought that an increase in glucose concentration decreases the intracellular CRP/cAMP concentration. This leads to an inhibitory effect on the expression of the flhD operon, the master operon for flagella synt…
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