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Ultraviolet A eye irradiation ameliorates colon carcinoma induced by azoxymethane and dextran sodium sulfate through β-endorphin and methionine-enkephalin

0 views | Mar 16 2019

Hiramoto K et al. suggested that UVA eye irradiation exerts major effects on AOM + DSS-induced colon carcinoma. [Read the Full Post]

Ultraviolet A eye irradiation ameliorates colon carcinoma induced by azoxymethane and dextran sodium sulfate through β-endorphin and methionine-enkephalin

285 views | Jan 25 2019

Hiramoto K et al. suggested that UVA eye irradiation exerts major effects on AOM + DSS-induced colon carcinoma. [Read the Full Post]

Tracking gastrointestinal transit of solids in aged rats as pharmacological models of chronic dysmotility

0 views | Dec 28 2018

Dalziel JE et al. demonstrated that loperamide slowed overall transit in aged rats, while prucalopride increased stomach emptying and accelerates colonic transit. [Read the Full Post]

The Effects of Ultraviolet Eye Irradiation on Dextran Sodium Sulfate-Induced Ulcerative Colitis in Mice

590 views | Sep 15 2018

Hiramoto K et al. suggested that UV eye irradiation plays an important role in DSS-induced ulcerative colitis. [Read the Full Post]

The gender differences in the inhibitory action of UVB-induced melanocyte activation by the administration of tranexamic acid

0 views | Jun 04 2017

Hiramoto K et al. suggested that the suppression by tranexamic acid of the UVB-induced melanocyte activation (UVB sensitivity) is stronger in female mice than in male mice and that female hormones and β-endorphin play an important role in this sex difference. [Read the Full Post]

The gender differences in the inhibitory action of UVB-induced melanocyte activation by the administration of tranexamic acid

0 views | Mar 28 2017

Hiramoto K et al suggested that the suppression by tranexamic acid of the UVB-induced melanocyte activation (UVB sensitivity) is stronger in female mice than in male mice and that female hormones and β-endorphin play an important role in this sex difference. [Read the Full Post]

The gender differences in the inhibitory action of UVB-induced melanocyte activation by the administration of tranexamic acid.

2268 views | Feb 01 2017

Hiramoto K et al. suggested that the suppression by tranexamic acid of the UVB-induced melanocyte activation (UVB sensitivity) is stronger in female mice than in male mice and that female hormones and β-endorphin play an important role in this sex difference. [Read the Full Post]