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mitoma

, mitome (mī-tō′mă, mī′tōm) [Gr. mitos, thread]
The network of microtubules in the cytoplasm of a cell.
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Mitoma, H., Hayashi, R., Yanagisawa, N., & Tsukagoshi, H.
Mitoma et al., "Presynaptic inhibition of cerebellar GABAergic transmission by glutamate decarboxylase autoantibodies in progressive cerebellar ataxia," Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, vol.
Mitoma, M., Yoshimura, R., Sugita, A., Umene, W., Hori, H., Nakano, H., et al.
(52.) Furukawa M, Kiyohara C, Horiuchi T, Tsukamoto H, Mitoma H, Kimoto Y, et al.
Se agradece a Julio Cesar Lopez, Sergio Serrano, Armando Martinez, Enrique Woodman, Jose Mitoma y Raul Enrique Lara por el apoyo en el trabajo de campo.
Detoxification (Hydrodechlorination) method for chlorinated pesticides have been reported earlier (Kume et al., 2008, Zhang et al., 2008, Ukisu, 2008, Mitoma et al., 2006, Ukisu et al., 2004, Cellier et al., 2003, Ukisu et al.,
Medical researchers have concluded that there is a significant relationship between the level of people's stress and adverse responses, such as heart disease, gastroenteritis, sleep disorders, accidents, events on duty, decrease in job performance, and increase in absence and job displacement (McVicar, 2003; Mitoma et al., 2008; Muecke, 2005; Poissonnet, & Veron, 2000).
(32) Yamasaki M, Yamada K, Furuya S, Mitoma J, Hirabayashi Y, Watanabc M.
The mechanisms by which these enzymes are present in high concentrations in the blood has also been attributed to one in which their membrane pockets are damaged thereby leading to abnormal amounts being released into the blood (Mitoma et.
Pictures (Far East) marketing manager Masao Mitoma.