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On the same day, the patient started to drink water at lunch, and oral liquid diet at supper. He was discharged on POD7. Pathological examination of the stomach showed moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma invading the lamina propria and that of the colon moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma invading the serosa.

Recurrence has not been found for 8months since the operation. Conclusion: We experienced simultaneous laparoscopic surgery for total gastrectomy and left colorectal resection with no complication. It will be safe and useful to perform simultaneous laparoscopic surgery for advanced gastric and colorectal cancer for selective patients. LC was favorable in the short-term results compared with OC. The transverse and descending colon were excluded, and participated facilities were limited strictly in JCOG Because the indication of LC changed over the years, the backgrounds were matched by propensity score matching.

The variables were as follows: gender, age [70 , ASA 2 or more , history of laparotomy, location right or left , pT4, diameter [50mm , p-Stage, operator certified surgeon by JSES , and observation time 3 years. Each of the patients was extracted by propensity score matching. There was no difference in both groups backgrounds. In the short-term, the results of LC were favorable in terms of blood loss ml , transfusion 9.

In the pathologic findings, there were no differences in the number of dissected lymph nodes In the long-term, the results of LC were excellent in 5y-OS There was no difference in 5y-RFS between both arms LC was excellent in OS There were no differences in the recurrence Pathological T4 and p-stage III were risk factors in the analysis of recurrence. It was suggested that LC was possible to be regarded as a standard surgery for most patients with advanced colon cancer.

However, it seemed that greater caution was necessary for T4 cases with respect to peritoneal recurrence. Introduction: The purpose of this meta-analysis is to determine if prophylactic placement of mesh in those undergoing stoma creation reduces the odds of developing a parastomal hernia. Randomized controlled trials were included in our analysis if they assessed the placement of prophylactic mesh vs. We included both biologic and synthetic mesh, as well as any technique for mesh placement preperitoneal, sublay.

The primary outcome was parastomal hernia formation at [1 year of follow up. Secondary outcomes included parastomal hernia requiring surgical repair and perioperative complications.

Subgroup analyses were planned to assess the effect of biologic vs. Heterogeneity was explored using the I2 statistic. Risk of bias of included studies was assessed as per the Cochrane Handbook.

Results: After title, abstract and full article screening, a total of 7 randomized controlled trials, with participants, fit the inclusion criteria. Included studies had similar patient characteristics between groups.

Four of 7 studies had a high risk of bias, while the other 3 had unclear risk of bias. Two studies used biologic mesh. Three studies used a preperotineal placement of mesh, while 4 studies used a sublay mesh placement.

The pooled analysis showed a significant decrease in the odds of developing a parastomal hernia in the prophylactic mesh group OR 0. There was no evidence that placement of mesh increased the odds of complications OR 1. The quality of evidence was determined to be moderate. Limitations: Moderate heterogeneity was seen in the assessed primary and secondary outcomes, which could not be explained through subgroup analysis.

Conclusions: There is moderate quality of evidence to suggest that prophylactic mesh reduces the odds of parastomal hernia in those requiring a stoma.

There is no evidence to suggest that placement of mesh reduces the odds of surgical repair of parastoma hernia or increases odds of complications. Less invasive and effective lymph node dissection of lateral pelvic lesion is required when skipping routine preoperative radiation therapy. We developed the technique for laparoscopic lateral pelvic node dissection LLPND and assessed its feasibility. Methods: Two areas of lateral pelvic region are dissected.

One of which is the area along the obturator artery running in front of the internal obturator muscle. The other is the area along the internal iliac artery and its visceral branches which is enveloped in the endopelvic fascia with pelvic organs and its dominant nerves.

To avoid nerve injury, the pelvic plexus should be separated from the internal iliac artery and its branches. None of the patients received preoperative radiation therapy. Forty two of the 52 patients received neoadjuvant chemotherapy. Sphincter preserving operation was performed in 46 patients Average operation time and blood loss were minutes and ml respectively. Clavien-Dindo Grade 3 or worse morbidity rate was 5. Average number of harvested lymph nodes of lateral pelvic region was Lateral pelvic node metastases existed in 8 Conclusion: Laparoscopic lateral pelvic node dissection can be performed safely.

Together with neoadjuvant chemotherapy, it may become an effective alternative for radiation therapy in locally advanced rectal cancer. Ryuichi Sekine, Showa University Fujigaoka hospital Background: The role of laparoscopic surgery in the treatment of transverse colon cancer remains controversial in Japan. The aim of the present study is to review the short term outcomes of the laparoscopic surgery for transverse colon cancer. Methods: Most cases were advanced cases. Our principle of the procedure is to perform D3 dissection and complete resection of mesocolon CRM for the advanced cases.

Thirty-one patients underwent laparoscopic surgery for transverse colon cancer in our hospital from February to November We conducted partial resection of transverse colon, right hemicolectomy and left hemicolectomy depending on the location and stage of the tumor.

We reviewed short term outcomes including operative time, blood loss, postoperative complication, conversion to open surgery, recurrence after resection. Median operative time was min min. Median blood loss was mg mg.

So far no recurrence case has been observed. Conclusion: Laparoscopic resection of transverse colon cancer is technically feasible and not associated with a significantly higher rate of complications compered with laparoscopic resection for other colon cancer. MMP-2 plays important roles in tissue remodeling and wound healing but has also been implicated in disease processes including cancer.

MMP-2, by degrading basement membrane, facilitates tumor cell invasion and metastasis formation. This studys aim was to measure plasma MMP-2 levels during the first postoperative postop month.

Prospectively gathered clinical, operative and pathological data were utilized. Blood samples were collected Preop and at varying postop time points and were stored at C.

The late samples were bundled into 7 day time blocks and considered as single time points. The paired t-test was used for analysis. The mean incision length was 8. Significantly elevated mean plasma levels were noted on POD1 The etiology of these changes in unclear, however, surgical trauma-associated inflammation may account for the early increase whereas tissue remodeling associated with wound healing likely accounts for the mid and late postop elevations.

Increased MMP-2 levels may promote tumor growth in residual tumor deposits and formation of metastases. Further study is warranted. Introduction: During laparoscopic abdominoperineal resection APR for low rectal cancer, prevention of circumferential resection margin CRM involvement is important.

Laparoscopic APR is superior to open APR because it allows for direct and precise visualization of the deep intrapelvic space. However, the local recurrence and survival rates after APR are reportedly not lower than those associated with anterior resection.

One reason for this is the difficulty in properly resecting the levator muscles to prevent CRM involvement. We implemented a method that allows for resection of the levator muscles without closely approaching the rectal wall and that creates a cylindrical specimen.

Methods and Procedures: The mesorectum is dissected caudally to the level of the levator muscle, and the ureter and pelvic autonomic nerves are carefully protected during dissection. The surgeon inserts the needle through the perineum from the dorsal side of the anus to the internal aspect of the tip of the sacrum. The levator muscles and fat tissue are resected laparoscopically following the needle, which emerges from the levator muscles.

The specimen is resected from the perineum following the needle, and the intra-abdominal space is easily reached. Results: Laparoscopic needle-guided resection of the levator muscles is safe and superior to the conventional procedure because it avoids the surgical waist caused by conventional APR and easily prevents CRM involvement.

Background: laparoscopic colo-rectal surgery has shown its advantages in terms of reduced post-operative pain, earlier recovery of intestinal peristalsis and shorter hospital stay. Few studies reported results of laparoscopic surgery in complicated diverticulitis.

The aim ofThis study to analyze the results of laparoscopic sigmoidectomy in patients with fistulized sigmoiditis. Methods: we reviewed 8 patients operated on for fistulized sigmoidectomy between January to December , in a series of 60 laparoscopic colectomies.

The procedure always consisted in laparoscopic sigmoidectomy with stapled transanal suture and eventually closure of the cystic orifice. Results: Mean age was 54 years range: 39 to 70 years. Mean number of diverticulitis crises before operation was 3 range: 1 to 5. Mean time between the last crisis and operation was 32 weeks range: 2 to weeks.

The mean operating time was min range: 90 to min. Mean hospitalization stay was 5. Long-term follow-up demonstrated no diverticultis recurrence. Conclusion: laparoscopic sigmoidectomy may be a safe and effective procedure for fistulized diverticular sigmoiditis if it is done by a trained surgeon.

This technique contributes to the standardization of laparoscopic APR. Methods: A Lap protector LP mini was inserted through a 2. A 12 mm port was inserted in right lower quadrant. Almost all the procedures were performed with usual laparoscopic instruments, and the operative procedures were much the same as in usual laparoscopic low anterior resection of the rectum using a flexible 5mm scope.

The rectum was transected normally using only one endoscopic linear stapler inserted from the right lower quadrant port. Results: consecutive patients underwent a single incision plus one port anterior resection for rectal cancer between August and March Mean operating time was range, min, with an estimated blood loss of 20 ml. No intraoperative complications or conversions to conventional laparoscopic surgery.

Four cases converted open surgery. Four patients required conversion due to the great size of the tumor. The median times to first postoperative liquid and solid intake were 2 and 3 days, respectively.

Most patients were discharged on postoperative day Postoperative complication occurred in the of the 7 cases 5. The median follow up time was 30 months. Six patients developed recurrence. One patient had died of local recurrence. Conclusions: In our experience, a single incision plus one port laparoscopic anterior resection for rectal cancer has been shown to be safe and feasible, with operative and oncological outcomes comparable to conventional laparoscopic surgery.

Introductions: Laparoscopic surgery for colorectal cancer has been widely performed as a surgical treatment option. However, the use of laparoscopic surgery for locally advanced colorectal cancer invading or adhering to adjacent organs or structures is controversial because of oncological and technical issues. The aim of this study was to evaluate the feasibility of laparoscopic multivisceral resection of colorectal cancer.

Method: Between January and May , 34 patients underwent multivisceral resection of primary colorectal cancer invading or adhering to adjacent organs or structures. Of the patients, 17 were male and 17 were female, with a median age of 71 years years. One patient had two resected organs the bladder and small bowel. Conversion to open surgery occurred in 6 patients Although intraoperative complications were observed in 3 patients, these complications were managed laparoscopically.

Postoperative complications occurred in 4 patients Reoperation was not required. The mean operation time was min range, min , and blood loss was 47 mL ml. Four patients had residual pathological tumors, corresponding to an R0 resection rate of The pathological TNM classification was stage 2 in 14 patients, stage 3 in 11 patients, and stage 4 in 9 patients.

The mean postoperative hospital stay was 11 days range, days. Conclusions: For primary colorectal cancers, the use of laparoscopic multivisceral resection is feasible for carefully selecting patients and diagnosing the involvement of adjacent organs.

Conversion to open surgery before multivisceral resection is an important procedure to avoid dissemination of cancer cells and local recurrence, if the tumor margin is unclear, or if massive adherence to adjacent organs or structures is observed laparoscopically. However, the treatment of colon cancer located in splenic flexure is not standardized because the lymphatic drainage at this site is variable.

It is considered that carcinoma at this site has dual lymphatic drainage of the Middle colic artery MCA and left colic artery LCA areas and in addition, if it exists, accessory left colic artery aLCA area. There is no systematic data in the literature on the frequency of lymphatic drainage root.

Purpose: The aim of this study is to evaluate the lymphatic flow at the splenic flexure. Methods: From July to June , we enrolled consecutive patients of colon cancer located in splenic flexure with preoperative diagnosis of clinical N0. Primary outcome is frequency of the direction of lymphatic flow from splenic flexure. At first, we injected indocyanine green 2. Results: A total of 26 consecutive patients were enrolled in this study.

These patients included 7 females, and had a mean age of A mean duration of operation was minutes and a mean blood loss was 62 ml. The prevalence of direction of lymph flow type was 7 cases Lymph flow not accompanying artery directed to the root of IMV was 4 cases There are 14 cases LN metastases were 6 cases, but were all lymph flow areas domain by the fluorescence lymphatic flow evaluation. For selected cases, we performed laparoscopic colon resection with an intracorporeal anastomosis in order to reduce incision.

At this time, we show our consecutive surgical outcomes until now. Methods and Procedures: We retrospectively collected the data, and analyzed the patients who underwent laparoscopic colectomy from February to July The intracorporeal anastomotic method was selectively performed only for early-stage colon cancer.

The surgical technique was as follows. Four or five trocars were used, and the surgeon uses a 3 or 5 mm in diameter grasper with the left hand. First, the lesion lymph nodes are dissected.

The lesion of the colon is transected using a linear stapler with adequate margins on both the oral and anal cut ends. Both ends of the intestines were over lapped for 6cm in the opposite direction. A laparoscopic linear cutting stapler is deployed through the bowel opening, to form a side-to-side isoperistaltic anastomosis. The enterotomy is closed with full thickness 30 vicryl continuous suture, and a seromuscular continuous suture is added.

The resected specimen enclosed in a bag can be extracted through one of the trocar sites without laparotomy. We compared the results of the intracorporeal anastomosis with extracorporeal anastomosis, and analyzed the data for statistical significance.

Results: Laparoscopic intracorporeal anastomosis was successfully performed for 20 consecutive patients 10 male and 10 female. The average age was The average length of the operation was There was no case that was converted to open surgery. Although one case was complicated by a wound infection, there were no major complications, such as anastomotic leakage or stricture.

Intracorporeal anastomosis method was superior in estimated blood loss during the surgery to extracorporeal anastomosis method, and there was no statistical difference in the operation time between two groups.

Conclusions: The laparoscopic intracorporeal anastomotic method can be performed safely, and has the benefit of inducing minimal abdominal wounding and less blood loss in comparison to extracorporeal anastomosis. Introduction: Postoperative ileus POI is a major cause of morbidity, increasing length of stay LOS and hospital costs after colorectal surgery. Many efforts have been made to decrease the rate of POI. Alvimopan is a mu opioid antagonist approved to accelerate upper and lower gastrointestinal function after bowel resection.

We hypothesized that alvimopan would reduce LOS in patients undergoing colorectal resection with stoma. Methods and Procedures: Over an 8 year period , patients underwent colorectal resection for both benign and malignant disease with stoma creation at a single academic medical center.

The 58 patients who received alvimopan were matched to non-alvimopan patients based on age, diagnosis and procedure performed. Results: There were 18 laparoscopic and 40 open resections in the alvimopan group and 23 laparoscopic and 93 open resections in non-alvimopan group. Of the patients who did not receive alvimopan, 87 patients underwent resection for malignant disease and 29 patients underwent resection for benign disease. Mortality was similar at 0 vs.

There was no significant difference in median LOS alvimopan 5. Reoperation rates 5. Readmission rate within 30 days was similar between groups alvimopan Conclusions: The use of alvimopan in patients undergoing colorectal resection with stoma is not associated with a shorter LOS, or decreased readmission or complication rates.

Pending further larger clinical trials, alvimopan should be reserved for patients undergoing primary anastomosis without diversion. Purpose: The aim of the present study was to assess the validity of laparoscopic surgery for colon cancer in younger, middle and elderly patients. Patients and Methods: The subjects selected for this study were a total of consecutive patients who were diagnosed with primary colon cancer and those who underwent laparoscopic surgery between January and December at our hospital.

We retrospectively analyzed and compared the preoperative clinicopathological features of the three different age groups: group A 69years ; group B 79years and group C years. Results: Therewere patients in group A, 98 patients in group B and 41 patients in group C. The operation time of group A was The average blood loss of group A was The average postoperative days for oral intake in group A was 3.

The average hospital stay of group A was Early postoperative mortality was null. Among the three age groups, there were no statistically significant findings in gender, Dukes stage and the grade lymph node dissection. Conclusions: These results suggest the efficacy of laparoscopic surgery for colon cancer in elderly patients in their 70s and 80s as well as in middle and younger patients.

The present study compared the short-term outcomes for laparoscopic versus robotic LPND in rectal cancer patients.

Methods: Between May and December , prospectively collected data from consecutive patients who underwent robotic or laparoscopic total mesorectal excision TME with LPND were retrospectively compared. Data regarding patient demographics, perioperative outcomes, functional results, and initial oncologic outcomes were analyzed. For unilateral pelvic dissection, the mean operative time did not show significant difference between groups robot vs.

Two patients 4. The impairment of urinary function, analyzed by total IPSS after surgery, was lower in the robotic group. The mean number of harvested lateral pelvic lymph nodes was 6. During median follow-up of Further large cohort studies and long-term follow-up are warranted. Our objectives were to utilize 3D HRAM to identify physiologic differences between groups of female patients with fecal incontinence FI , obstructed defecation, and mixed disorders both obstructive and incontinent symptoms , to evaluate these relationships in male patients, and to determine the relationship between the rectal sensory threshold urge to defecate and sphincter function, specifically, mean resting sphincter tone, residual anal pressure, and percent anal relaxation.

Methods: A retrospective chart review of of 77 females and 27 males was performed using anorectal physiology reports for patients undergoing 3D HRAM for evaluation of defecatory disorders between January 1, and April 1, at a single institution.

Exclusion criteria included patients with rectal cancer and ileal j-pouches. Remaining patients were categorized into three groups: incontinent, obstructed, and mixed based on presenting symptoms. Physiologic values including mean resting sphincter pressure, maximal squeeze pressure, residual anal sphincter pressure, percent anal relaxation, and sensory threshold of urge to defecate were recorded. Kruskal-Wallis tests were performed to assess differences with regards to physiologic variables between groups.

Bivariate correlation tests were performed to assess the relationship between these variables within groups. SPSS was utilized for statistical analysis. Results: Women with mixed defecatory disorders had mean resting pressures and maximum squeeze pressures that were significantly different from patients with pure FI or obstruction. Men with mixed defecatory disorders had only mean resting pressures that were significantly different from patients with pure FI or obstruction.

In females with mixed defecatory disorders there was a positive correlation between the rectal sensory threshold urge to defecate and the resting mean sphincter pressure, residual anal bear down pressure, and percent anal relaxation p values 0.

These relationships were not demonstrated in the incontinent or obstructed defecation groups. Conclusion: Females and males with mixed defecatory disorders demonstrate unique, but distinct physiologic profiles that can be characterized using 3D HRAM. The female mixed defecatory group demonstrates relationships between physiologic parameters that are not seen in the incontinent or obstructed groups.

These relationships provide further insight into the etiology of this poorly described disease process and may aid in developing treatment regimens.

Introduction: Little data are available on post-operative outcomes of extralevator abdominoperineal excision ELAPE such as wound complications, herniation and infections compared to standard abdominoperineal excision SAPE.

Information was collected on length of stay, pre-op staging, histological grading, pre-op CEA measurement, pre-op CT and MRI results as well as postop complications including perineal wound breakdown, diabetes and immunosuppression status.

Patient notes and computer records were reviewed to obtain data on perineal wound complications, specifically wound breakdown and symptomatic perineal herniation. Categorical data was analysed using Fisher exact test where appropriate. There was no significant difference in the number of patients with wound breakdown in the ELAPE group with and without pre-op radiotherapy. The two remaining patients without adjuvant radiotherapy in the SAPE group did not develop wound breakdown.

Radiotherapy was not a significant factor in wound breakdown in patients undergoing SAPE. There was no significant difference in wound breakdown in the SAPE group between radiotherapy and wound healing. There was no perineal herniation in either group of patients. Lifestyle brand Antoine Brumel from design company Marvin, led by art director Hiroki Yamamoto, produced an original calendar in collaboration with Aoyama Book Center this autumn in a limited edition.

Issei Kitagawa Graph handles design and printing for the monthly magazine DTP World, and has garnered rave reviews for his serial articles that have been gathered into the book format "Changing Values. First poster exhibition by art director and president of Marvin, Hiroki Yamamoto.

Aoyama Book Center has offered to mount an exhibition by the elusive Marvin, an outfit that frequently escapes normal The heroes and characters in these illustrated posters and picture book pages draw viewers in with their unique charm.

Horiuchi's work is a masterful blend of text and image that creates an enchanting Monochrome works collected in "Sennen Gaho" will be on display in an exhibition held in conjunction with the publication of Konnichi's new work. This exhibition displays the outtakes that were cut from the photo collection "February", published in December last year, containing images of ice-skating and snowflakes falling on Tokachidake in Hokkaido Protege-Cahier means "notebook cover" in French.

The notebook covers introduced in the book "Protege-Cahier - French Children's School Supplies and Notebook Covers" were distributed around schools as product Efuto, or illustrated envelopes, were first created by some British picture book illustrators and are becoming increasingly popular in Japan.

These creative envelopes, decorated by hand with a specially This is an exhibition commemorating the publication of Keiichi Tanaami's graphic picture book "Daydream. Ryoji Arai and Hiroshi Abe, two representative modern picture book illustrators, have created two new illustrated books based on works by Kenji Miyazawa, who never ceases to stimulated creativity. This is a photography exhibition of works by Shunsuke Ito who is extremely active in Re:S magazine.

Original acrylic-processed prints packed with Japanese technology will be on sale as well as "risu-tenugui" This is an exhibition of original drawings for this artist's latest picture book "Margaret and the Christmas Gift. A new type of design exhibition combining web service and international designers' works in "real space" will be hosted by BCCKS Inc. This is a commemorative photography exhibition for the artist's two new books that were published in September.

This artist is one of Korea's representative photographers and is highly acclaimed internationally This is a photography exhibition of children's portraits by a photographer based in Paris and Tokyo. This artist has published photography collections and illustrated books taking Parisian children's lives This is an exhibition based on the book by art director Yasushi Fujimoto taking the theme of magazine design.

The work of 10 domestic and international designers who have influenced magazine design around Musician Shibuya Keiichio has been in the spotlight for his award-winning digital art CD "filmachine phonics" released in February and has an installation exhibition scheduled for next spring. ATAK, led Yoshihiko Kushimoto is a world famous surfer that has survived the legendary big wave 3 times and is also known This talk show is held in commemoration of the publication of "Kenchikuka Box Vol.

Pedro Costa is known for depicting the life of the poor in the slums such as in "In Vanda's Room. This film is a powered up renewed version of "Appleseed" released to much acclaim in The film boasts a A giant robot that breathes fire, an ark appearing at the top of a mountain - are some of the dreamlike scenes that this contemporary artist has created in the past.

This exhibition commemorates the release To ride the waves is the act and learning of feeling the awesome power of nature course through one's body, accept it in one's heart.

Our works have recorded the air and light of the moment on This year the magazine "Shoten Kenchiku commercial architecture " reaches its 50th anniversary. This exhibition follows the publication's history. Valuable past issues will be also on sale. This exhibition of over photographs featured as a series in magazine "Tokyo Calendar" was held to popular acclaim last December and is returning to Tokyo and Osaka.

The next issue of the magazine "Philosophy" will be its final one. It is known for bringing together many photos and illustrations from a variety of sources. This installation brings together photographs, The "Traveling Postage Stamps" series are conceptual works that place used postage stamps on postcard-size canvases and overlay them with color and lines.

This is an exhibition being held in commemoration of the release of "To the Holy Land," a photograph and essay collection published by Tokuma Books this year. Polar bears trotting through a snowfield, gigantic butterflies floating through cherry blossom hills, red susuki grass rippling in the wind are among the scenes drawn in this artist's m long wall painting This is an exhibition of 50 hand-painted canvas tote bags named paintote bags.

Fun pop motifs such as skulls and fruits are drawn using grids and dots as a base, depicting a concentrated version of art Moleskine notebooks have always been loved by travelers. A travel notebook competition commemorating the release of the new "Moleskine City Notebook" was held in to inspire Japanese travelers' creativity Oil extracted from these fields are carried from Prudhoe Bay that is frozen for three quarters of the year This exhibition is being held to commemorate the publication of "Kimagure Camera Book.

This is a commemorative exhibition for the publication of picture book, "The Story of the 12 Stars" Village Books. The popular creators' unit "tupera tupera" has redrawn the stories of 12 constellations This is an exhibition of the original drawings for picture book author Ryoji Arai's new book, "Sun Organ".

Artist Talk Show: June 17th, -Please make reservations. This exhibition will feature original drawings for the artist's new rendition of the classic picture book "The Velveteen Rabbit".

Okabe Print Editions was one of the first companies to bring in silk screen printing from the U. The artist has been involved in this work This exhibition will feature handmade kakejiku hanging scrolls by traditional Japanese mounting craftsmen.

Currently kakejiku production has become automated and scrolls can be mass-produced. The need Kikai's deserted scenes are loaded with the smell and vibe of people. Otaka Sho's touching haiku poems are illustrated with Orie Ichihashi's photographs and Yoshihiro Yagi's This exhibition is being held in commemoration of the Japanese pubication of "Design Japan - 50 Creative Years with the Good Design Awards", which was planned for the 50th anniversary of the Good Design One day a mysterious customer came to the bakery to ask for "Tail Buns" and left.

The book is filled with fun possibilities of the kinds of breads that the customers This exhibition displays 20 original works that were featured in "Illustration Book Pro 01". This book is a collection of illustrators' works that were carefully selected based on the concept "Originating In commemoration of the publication of "Maho-chan's House", the author's childhood sketches and rare, treasured childhood photographs of the author taken by her father Shinzo Shimao will be on display Photographs from 'Aloha Book' will be on display to celebrate its publication.

Knick-knacks that Kaori Akazawa, one of the co-writers, collected in Hawaii will be on display as well. For this exhibition, photographs that were selected for the Luis Valtuena Award will be on display. Shin Suzuki photographed the first 10 vases introduced in the publication of "Beautiful Vase", a popular television program by NHK.

The original prints will be on display to introduce the serene world Ansel Adams once said, "Negatives are music scores, and printing is its performance. An exhibition that celebrates the release of a photography book documenting "Cocco live special - Okinawa Gomizero Project" that was held on August 15th.

Emi Morimoto took photographs for a poetry book on Reiko Ikemura's solo exhibition "Child of the Sea" at the Scupture Garden Museum, Vangi Museo, which was Ikemura's first exhibition of sculptures to be This exhibition will reveal what went on backstage during the creative process of their book, 'Pan! Chang-ching Wei Annals of Hematology 2.

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A novel poly-naphthol compound STP suppresses angiogenesis by attenuating matrix metalloproteinase-2 expression in endothelial cells.

Hironori Akechi Clinical Epidemiology 3. Toshiyuki Yamamoto Neuroscience Research 2. Gang Cheng 5 10 15 New Phytologist. Common reed produces starch granules at the shoot base in response to salt stress. Specific retention of the protostome-specific PsGEF may parallel with the evolution of mushroom bodies in insect and lophotrochozoan brains. Plant, Cell Environment. Difference in the distribution and speciation of cellular nickel between nickel-tolerant and non-tolerant Nicotiana tabacum L.

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General and Comparative Endocrinology. Central administration of growth hormone-releasing hormone and corticotropin-releasing hormone stimulate downstream movement and thyroxine secretion in fall-smolting coho salmon oncorhynchus kisutch. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Effect of zinc on diversity of riverine benthic macroinvertebrates: Estimation of safe concentrations from field data.

Arthrobacter agilis UMCV2 induces iron acquisition in Medicago truncatula strategy I plant in vitro via dimethylhexadecylamine emission. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

Field evaluation of spatial repellency of metofluthrin-impregnated latticework plastic strips against Aedes aegypti L. Field evaluation of spatial repellency of metofluthrin impregnated plastic strips against mosquitoes in Hai Phong city, Vietnam.

Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. Interspecies compatibility of NAS1 gene promoters. Allocation of Fe and ferric chelate reductase activities in mesophyll cells of barley and sorghum under Fe-deficient conditions.

Journal of Insect Physiology. Induction of oviposition by injection of male-derived extracts in two Callosobruchus species. Comparative study on the relationship between photoperiodic host-seeking behavioral patterns and the eye parameters of mosquitoes. Suppression of ovarian development and vitellogenin gene expression in the adult diapause of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae.

Possible involvement of distinct photoreceptors in the photoperiodic induction of diapause in the flesh fly Sarcophaga similis. Diapause and prolonged development in the embryo and their ecological significance in two cicadas, Cryptotympana facialis and Graptopsaltria nigrofuscata.

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Short-term cold storage of blowfly Lucilia sericata embryos. Veterinary Ophthalmology. Plant Biotechnology Reports. Nitric oxide modulates antioxidant defense and the methylglyoxal detoxification system and reduces salinity-induced damage of wheat seedlings.

Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. Comparison of the functions of the barley nicotianamine synthase gene HvNAS1 and rice nicotianamine synthase gene OsNAS1 promoters in response to iron deficiency in transgenic tobacco.

Comparison of iron availability in leaves of barley and rice. Iron deficiency causes zinc excess in Zea mays. Modulation of macronutrient metabolism in barley leaves under iron-deficient condition. Contribution of iron associated with high-molecular-weight substances to the maintenance of the SPAD value of young leaves of barley under iron-deficient conditions. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association.

Field evaluation of spatial repellency of metofluthrin-impregnated latticework plastic strips against mosquitoes of Anopheles gambiae group in Bagamoyo, coastal Tanzania. Genetic relationships and diversity of weedy rice Oryza sativa L. Histological and genetic characteristics associated with the seed-shattering habit of weedy rice Oryza sativa L. Journal of Wood Science. Relationship between the radial variation of ray characteristics and the stages of radial stem increment in Zelkova serrata.

Effects of high temperature kiln drying on the practical performances of Japanese cedar wood Cryptomeria japonica II: Changes in mechanical properties due to heating. Effect of light irradiation on the antibacterial activity of compounded papers containing wasted tea leaves. Improving the antibacterial activity of compounded papers containing wasted tea leaves by roasting.

Swelling of acetylated wood II: effects of delignification on solvent adsorption of acetylated wood. Fisheries Science. Measurement of swimming speed of giant jellyfish Nemopilema nomurai using acoustics and visualization analysis. Productive efficiency of the sandfish Arctoscopus japonicus coastal gillnet fishery using stochastic frontier analysis. Biological Rhythm Research. Exhibition of circannual rhythm under constant light in the varied carpet beetle Anthrenus verbasci. Applied Entomology and Zoology.

Reduction of mating receptivity and changes in longevity of rice leaf bug, Trigonotylus caelestialium Heteroptera: Miridae , females after mating. Alteration of the pupal diapause program and regulation of larval duration by photoperiod in the flesh fly Sarcophaga similis Meade Diptera: Sarcophagidae. Radial variation in the size of axial elements in relation to stem increment in Quercus serrata.

Radial variation of vessel lumen diameter in relation stem increment in 30 hardwood species. Synchronized maturation of vessel diameter and ray width in Zelkova serrata. Journal of Sustainable Development. The partnership between a university and 5 schools for wise use of biodiversity.

Advances in the development of genetic tools for the genus Rhodococcus. Changes in cytoplasmic streaming during the formation of a new growing tip in the coenocytic green alga Bryopsis plumosa Caulerpales, Chlorophyta. Ecology and Evolution. The habitat disruption induces immune-suppression and oxidative stress in honey bees.

International Journal of Evolutionary Biology. Unique evolution of Symbiobacterium thermophilum suggested from gene content and orthologous protein sequence comparisons. Phylogenetic and guanine-cytosine content analysis of Symbiobacterium thermophilum genes. Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. Gastrointestinal helminth fauna of the lesser Japanese mole Mogera imaizumii in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, and analyses on infection status of two parasitic nematode species of the host.

Seeds of a possible natural hybrid between herbicide-resistant Brassica napus and Brassica rapa detected on a riverbank in Japan. Foliar deltaC response patterns along a moisture gradient arising from genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity in grassland species of Inner Mongolia. Field Crops Research.

Enhancing nitrogen utilization and soil nitrogen balance in paddy fields by optimizing nitrogen management and using polyaspartic acid urea. Isolation and characterization of a wheat F homolog required for physiological male sterility induced by a chemical hybridizing agent CHA SQ Differential contribution of frugivorous birds to dispersal patterns of the endangered Chinese yew Taxus chinensis.

Fipronil promotes motor and behavioral changes in honey bees Apis mellifera and affects the development of colonies exposed to sublethal doses. Brazilian Journal of Biology. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. Chytrid fungus acts as a generalist pathogen infecting species-rich amphibian families in Brazilian rainforests. Journal of Insect Behavior. Phoresy by Americhernes Aff. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. Environmental Research Letters.

Biogeographical patterns of forest biomass allocation vary by climate, soil and forest characteristics in China. Landnscape and Urban Planning. Ocean and Coastal Management. Innovative stereo vision-based approach to generate dense depth map of transportation infrastructure.

Acoustical Science and Technology. Annoyance caused by road traffic noise with and without horn sounds. Design Frontiers: territories, concepts, technologies. Eastern Craft in Orientalism and Modern Design.

MCP-1deficiency enhances alternatively activated M2 macrophages and ameliorates insulin resistance and fatty liver in lipoatrophic diabetic A-ZIP transgenic mic e. Genome-wide maps of mono- and di-nucleosomes of Aspergillus fumigatus. Allosteric regulation of the carbohydrate-binding ability of a novel conger Eel galectin by D-mannoside.

Biochimica et Biophysica Acta. Actinomycetes as host cells for production of recombinant proteins. Polyphenol-containing azuki bean Vigna angularis seed coats attenuate vascular oxidative stress and inflammation in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Immune responses to adeno-associated virus type 2 encoding channelrhodopsin-2 in a genetically blind rat model for gene therapy. Genome DNA sequence variation, evolution, and function in bacteria and archaea.

Visual properties of transgenic rats harboring the channelrhodopsin-2 gene regulated by the Thy Comparative studies of genome-wide maps of nucleosomes between deletion mutants of elp3 and hos2 genes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. N-terminal Gly -Gly domain in Listeria adhesion protein interacts with host receptor Hsp Bf integrase genes of Hiv-1 circulating in S? Journal of Neurochemistry. DJ-1 forms complexes with mutant SOD1 and ameliorates its toxicity. Expression profiles of urbilaterian genes uniquely shared between honey bee and vertebrates.

Whole-genome resequencing shows numerous genes with nonsynonymous SNPs in the Japanese native cattle Kuchinoshima-Ushi. A codon substitution model that incorporates the effect of the GC contents, the gene density and the density of CpG islands of human chromosomes.

Developmental Biology. Acrosome reaction-related steroidal saponin, Co-ARIS, from the starfish induces structural changes in microdomains.

Journal of Molecular Biology. Structural insights into unique substrate selectivity of Thermoplasma acidophilum D-Aldohexose dehydrogenase. Jounal of Molecular Biology. Pharmacogenetics and Genomics. Cancer Science. Immunohistochemical Ki67 labeling index has a similar proliferation predictive power as various gene signatures in breast cancer. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. Monolithic spin column extraction and GC-MS for the simultaneous assay of diquat, paraquat, and fenitrothion in human serum and urine.

International Journal for Parasitology. Identification of genetic loci affecting the establishment and development of Echinococcus multilocularis larvae in mice.

Costimulation with angiotensin II and interleukin 6 augments angiotensinogen expression in cultured human renal proximal tubular cells. Occurrence and molecular characteristics of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius in an academic veterinary hospital. New vector system for random, single-step integration of multiple copies of DNA into the Rhodococcus Genome.

Characterization of LtsA from Rhodococcus erythropolis, an enzyme with Glutamine Amidotransferase activity. Escherichia coli dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase is a novel NAD-dependent heterotetramer essential for the production of 5,6-Dihydrouracil.

Journal of Hazardous Materials. Biodegradation of thiodiglycol, a hydrolyzate of the chemical weapon Yperite, by benzothiophene-desulfurizing bacteria. Removal of residual pesticides in vegetables using ozone microbubbles. BMC Evolutionary Biology. Evolutionary conservation and changes in insect TRP channels. Food Chemistry. Novel angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitory peptides derived from soya milk.

FEBS Letters. Neurochemistry International. Derlin-1 overexpression ameliorates mutant SOD1-induced endoplasmic reticulum stress by reducing mutant SOD1 accumulation.

An amino acid substitution V3I in the Japanese encephalitis virus NS4A protein increases its virulence in mice, but not its growth rate in vitro.

Interferon production by cells infected with subacute sclerosing panencephalitis SSPE virus or measles virus. Genome-wide analysis of the MYB transcription factor superfamily in soybean.

A single mutation in the Japanese encephalitis virus E protein SR increases its growth rate in mouse neuroblastoma cells and its pathogenicity in mice. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. Bacterial cysteine desulfurases: versatile key players in biosynthetic pathways of sulfur-containing biofactors. Efficient cell surface display of Lip2 lipase using C-domains of glycosylphosphatidylinositol-anchored cell wall proteins of Yarrowia lipolytica.

Applied microbiology and biotechnology. Recombinant expression of bioactive peptide lunasin in Escherichia coli. Veterinary Microbiology. Prevalence and characterization of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O and O26 in beef farms. Stereospecific degradation of phenylsuccinate by actinomycetes. Biotransformation of benzothiazole derivatives by the Pseudomonas putida strain HKT Potential of probiotic strains to modulate the inflammatory responses of epithelial and immune cells in vitro and in an animal model.

Analysis of CMP-sialic acid transporter-like proteins in plants. Molecular Imaging and Biology. Clinical Experimental Immunology. Cysteine, histidine and glycine exhibit anti-inflammatory effects in human coronary arterial endothelial cells. FEBS Journal. Crystal structure of the cambialistic superoxide dismutase from Aeropyrum pernix Kinsights into the enzyme mechanism and stability.

Characterization and application of a new monoclonal antibody with high specificity for Helicobacter hepaticus. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics. Characterization of discontinuous epitope of prion protein recognized by the monoclonal antibody T2. Analytical Biochemistry. Journal of Orthopaedic Research. Altered expression of sodium channel distribution in the dorsal root ganglion after gradual elongation of Rat sciatic nerves.

Journal of Chromatography B. Identification of novel mammalian phospholipids containing threonine, aspartate, and glutamate as the base moiety. Journal of Biotechnology. Gene expression analysis using a modified HiCEP method applicable to prokaryotes: A study of the response of Rhodococcus to isoniazid and ethambutol.

Clinical Genetics. Partial paternal uniparental disomy of chromosome 6 in monozygotic twins with transient neonatal diabetes mellitus and macroglossia. Methylmercury induces neuropathological changes with tau hyperphosphorylation mainly through the activation of the c-jun-N-terminal kinase pathway in the cerebral cortex, but not in the hippocampus of the mouse brain. Journal of Medical Virology. A rapid and efficient method for BK Polyomavirus genotyping by high-resolution melting analysis.

Pediatric Allergy and Immunology. Characteristics of atopic children with pandemic H1N1 influenza viral infection: Pandemic H1N1 influenza reveals 'occult' asthma of childhood. Bacterial production of the tunicate-derived antitumor cyclic Depsipeptide Didemnin B. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. Synthesis and bioassay of a boron-dipyrromethene derivative of estradiol for fluorescence imaging in vivo. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Beneficial preventive effects of gastric mucosal lesion for soy-skim milk fermented by Lactic Acid Bacteria.

Antihypertensive effect of a -aminobutyric acid rich tomato cultivar DG in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics. C-terminal tail derived from the neighboring subunit is critical for the activity of Thermoplasma acidophilum D-aldohexose dehydrogenase.

Food Control. Campylobacter contamination in retail poultry meats and by-products in Japan: A literature survey. Lignin-derived lignophenols attenuate oxidative and inflammatory damage to the kidney in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. European Journal of Pharmacology. Characterization of scratching behavior induced by intradermal administration of morphine and fentanyl in mice.

Involvement of peripheral mu opioid receptors in scratching behavior in mice. Glycoconjugate Journal. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging. Regional cerebral blood flow differences in patients with mild cognitive impairment between those who did and did not develop Alzheimer's disease. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Russian ethnic history inferred from mitochondrial DNA diversity.

Insect Molecular Biology. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. Permeabilization induced by lipid II-targeting lantibiotic nisin and its effect on the bioconversion of vitamin D3 to hydroxyvitamin D3 by Rhodococcus erythropolis. Construction of a novel expression vector in Pseudonocardia autotrophica and its application to efficient biotransformation of compactin to pravastatin, a specific HMG-CoA reductase inhibitor.

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Hubacz Robert , Kobe U. Reg Fukunaga Hiroshi. Reg Noda Reiji. Reg Tatebayashi June. Tokyo Reg Tatsumi Rei. Reg Fujiwara Kakeru. Int Ratchahat Sakhon , Shizuoka U. Reg Ueno Kyohei , Gifu U. Reg Okano Kenji , Kobe U. Reg Shimada Iori. Tokyo Reg Shimogaki Yukihiro. Presided over ceremony of newly honorary members. Adschiri Tadafumi. Reg Mae Kazuhiro. Kashiwagi Yutaka. Kasai Midori. Sugiyama Kuniko. Tokyo Suzuki Shunichi. Opening remark U. Tokyo Reg Hirao Masahiko. Seki Masao. Tokyo Reg Tsuji Yoshiko.

Association Cor Gosho Akiko. Opening remark Waseda U. Reg Nakagaki Takao. Tokyo Reg Kikuchi Yasunori. Tokyo Takeda Shuntaro. Kudo Akihiko. Cor Kitagawa Tominori. Reg Hirasawa Izumi. Konami Moriyoshi. Opening remark Miyaki Reg Miyaki Hirohisa. Integration of process design and oxygen carrier development for low temperature steam reforming U. Workshops for local resource utilization toward technology implementation - Cases in Okitama and Kenpoku-Iwate areas - U.

Activities of study group on diversifying technology implementation Tohoku U. Reg Fukushima Yasuhiro. The study of mass transfer measurement and analysis by total reflux condition in a packed distillation column Kansai Chem. Consideration of modeling of mass transfer in a process of packed column distillation. Reg Ohe Shuzo. Numerical calculation of drying behavior of frozen materials in convective hot air dryer Shizuoka U.

Development of particle counter based on metal mesh device Fukuoka U. Electrokinetic response of zinc oxide slurry during filtration and expression processes Osaka Pref.

Dewatering of microalgae suspension using porous membrane by cross flow in the presence of magnetite particle Saga U. Protein adsorption characteristics of nanoparticle-assembled hollow microspheres of hydroxyapatite Niigata U.

Settling orientation and accurate determination of floc density U. Nitrification characteristics of carrier added activated sludge process under different BOD loading Ehime U. Evaluation of the relationship between iron and organic matter in rivers and land use of the basins for understanding their influence on the coastal environments U.

Applying flow cytometry to estimate inactivation of E. Investigation of separation mechanism of carbon fiber and epoxy resin from CFPR laminates by electrolytic oxidation method Seikei U. Fast activation method using microwave irradiation to produce activated carbon from carbon gel Kyoto U. Effects of physical properties of liquid on droplet diameter and distribution in emulsion flow column Kagoshima U.

Analysis of liquid velocity profile in two dimensional froth with forced drainage Kagoshima U. Extraction from perilla leaves with micro-nano bubbles Fukuoka U. Reg Saeki Daisuke. Evaluation of phase separation behavior of thermoresponsive morpholine derivatives and application for forward osmosis Kobe U. Formation mechanism of the composite-like structure with ultrahigh permeation stability in TIPS-prepared membranes Kobe U.

Thermally induced phase separation Membranes structure Permeation stability. Reverse electrodialysis power generation system from salinity gradient: Enhancement of power output by scale-up and analysis of energy efficiency Yamaguchi U. Desalination performance of nano-channel charged mosaic membranes prepared by ion-track graft polymerization method Yamaguchi U. Facile creation of polyketone-based membrane with superior fouling resistant and releasing property for highly-efficient separation of comprehensive oil-in-water emulsions Kobe U.

Analysis of hydrocarbon desorption behavior on silicalite-1 membrane by gas permeation measurement Waseda U. Gas permeation property and hydrothermal stability of fluorine-silica membrane derived from triethoxyfluorosilane TEFS Hiroshima U. Investigation of efficient operation of the thermochemical water splitting IS process Shibaura Inst.

Synthesis of NaA membrane from Metal alkoxide and evaluation of its performance of water-ethanol separation Yamagata U. Pore size and cutoff characteristics of organic chelate ligand templated TiO 2 - ZrO 2 nanofiltration membranes Kobe U. Development of ionic liquid membranes for direct methane conversion systems Osaka U. Energy-saving separation of organic solvent mixtures by reverse osmosis and separation properties of silica-based membranes Hiroshima U.

Effect of hydroxyl group in CO 2 capture by amine-containing polymeric membranes Kyushu U. Effect of water vapor on gas permselectivity for carbon molecular sieve membranes prepared from polyimide Yamaguchi U. Separating behavior of piled particles of cake layer in shear flow field Nihon U. Hydration reaction behavior of rhombohedral metal sulfates for low-temperature thermochemical heat storage Kyoto U.

Numerical analysis of chemically reacting flow in a shell and tube methanation reactor Nagoya U. Influence of ash deposits to superheater tube on corrosion in a waste to energy plant JFE Eng.

Reg Miura Kouichi. Photocatalytic gasification of cellulose using metal-loaded titanium dioxide Osaka City U. Kinetics of benzene decomposition over char surface Kyushu U. CO 2 activation via rWGS redox cycling - exploiting phase changes or oxygen nonstoichiometry? Deposition behavior of Pt in novel preparation method of low-platinum electrode for PEFC using core-shell reaction to the catalyst layer Shinshu U.

Development of pemetrexed-hyaluronan conjugates for treatment of malignant pleural mesothelioma U. Development of intranasal vaccination using Solid-in-Oil technology Kyushu U. Simulation and assessment of monoclonal antibody production processes considering continuous manufacturing U.

Elucidating proliferation signals of hematopoietic stem cells using motif-engineered receptors U. The effects of hepatocyte spheroid culture containing fragmented collagen microfibers on hepatocyte functions Chiba U.

Development of electrophoretic analysis in supported lipid bilayer Osaka U. Preparation of copper sulfide nano particle in ionic hydrogel Hiroshima U. In-situ synthesis of a supramolecular gelator at an interface to control emulsion stability Kobe U. Reg Suga Keishi. Reg Yamamoto Daigo. Unique interaction forces and self-assembly of colloidal particles in nanofluid Kyoto U.

Reg Kamihira Masamichi. Reg Kamiya Noriho. Tokyo Reg Ohta Seiichi. The high sensitive detection of the small molecule antigen on graphene by the open sandwich immunoassay Osaka U. Development of short peptides bearing histidine residues as vehicles for poorly water soluble drugs and effect of addition of cofactors U. Cytosolic protein delivery using phase-change nanodroplets U. Analysis of secretion processes in therapeutic antibody production cells aiming at the improvement of productivity Osaka U.

Photo-switchable cell immobilization reagents for cell manipulation U. Metabolic flux control technique with optogenetic switch Osaka U. Control of enzymatic reactions based on characteristics of polyunsaturated phospholipid vesicles Yamaguchi U. Aqueous two-phase system achieved in water-in-oil emulsion droplets prepared by membrane emulsification technique Kogakuin U.

One-pot incorporation of hydrophobic fluorescent dyes into sugar-immobilized PMMA particles during their growth Ibaraki U. Mechanistic study of hemolysis by silica nanoparticles Fukuoka U. Size-controlled synthesis of gold nanoparticles by pulsed ultrasound and ultrafine bubbles Nagoya U. Preparation of metal microcapsules via electroless plating on droplet templates Okayama U. Biodegradation of block copolymers from renewables Kyushu U.

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  3. Jun 02,  · Ryo Fujimura en concert à la Secret Place (St Jean de Védas) le 27 Février à 20h Prix: 12/15€ Biographie Ryo Fujimura Leader, guitariste, compositeur du groupe AciD FLavoR, Ryo Fujimura lançait en parallèle sa carrière solo en
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