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  • Csf1 Signaling Regulates Maintenance of Resident Macrophages and Bone Formation in the Mouse Cochlea. [Journal Article]
    Front Neurol 2019; 10:1244Okano T, Kishimoto I
  • In the mammalian cochlea, resident macrophages settle in the spiral ligament, spiral ganglion, and stria vascularis, even at the steady state. Resident macrophages in the cochlea are believed to maintain homeostasis in the inner ear and become active, as part of the front line defense, following inner ear damage. However, the exact roles of cochlear resident macrophages require further clarificat…
  • An Atypical Variant of Apple Peel Atresia: Reporting a Rare Case. [Case Reports]
    Cureus 2019; 11(11):e6047Bin Arif T, Ahmed J, … Ali A
  • Apple peel intestinal atresia is a rare congenital malformation. It consists of a proximal jejunum ending in a blind pouch and distal small bowel wrapped around its vascular supply in a spiral fashion. A combination of type IIIb jejunoileal atresia (apple peel atresia) and type IV (multiple intestinal atresias) is a rare entity. The diagnosis and management of such complicated cases is a challeng…
  • Terahertz detection with an antenna-coupled highly-doped silicon quantum dot. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):18574Okamoto T, Fujimura N, … Kawano Y
  • Nanostructured dopant-based silicon (Si) transistors are promising candidates for high-performance photodetectors and quantum information devices. For highly doped Si with donor bands, the energy depth of donor levels and the energy required for tunneling processes between donor levels are typically on the order of millielectron volts, corresponding to terahertz (THz) photon energy. Owing to thes…
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