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Accumulation of Eosinophils in the Infundibulum of the Bovine Oviduct Just after Ovulation OAK
KOWSAR, Rasoul; JIEMTAWEEBOON, Sineenard; SHIRASUNA, Koumei; SHIMIZU, Takashi; SASAKI, Motoki; KITAMURA, Nobuo; MIYAMOTO, Akio; 清水, 隆; 佐々木, 基樹; 宮本, 明夫.
This study was to investigate the localization and distribution of eosinophils (EOS) in the bovine oviduct throughout the estrous cycle. Histological studies revealed more abundant EOS in the infundibula of the oviducts ipsilateral to the preovulatory dominant follicle and the ovulated ovary. The number of EOS was higher in the infundibula of the oviducts ipsilateral to the ovulated ovary than those of the oviducts contralateral to the ovulated ovary. The infundibula of the oviducts ipsilateral to the preovulatory dominant follicle had higher number of EOS than those of the oviducts ipsilateral to the mid-cycle corpus luteum. The number of EOS in the isthmus, but not in the ampulla, was higher in the outer layers (tunica muscularis and tunica serosa) than...
Palavras-chave: Bovine; Eosinophil; Oviduct; Ovulation.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/3947
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Areolae of the Placenta in the Antarctic Minke Whale (Balaenoptera bonaerensis) OAK
SASAKI, Motoki; AMANO, Yoko; HAYAKAWA, Daisuke; TSUBOTA, Toshio; ISHIKAWA, Hajime; MOGOE, Toshihiro; OHSUMI, Seiji; TETSUKA, Masafumi; MIYAMOTO, Akio; FUKUI, Yutaka; BUDIPITOJO, Teguh; KITAMURA, Nobuo; 佐々木, 基樹; 手塚, 雅文; 宮本, 明夫; 北村, 延夫.
In this study, we examined the existence and structure of areolae and the steroidogenesis of areolar trophoblast cells in the Antarctic minke whale placenta morphologically and immunohistochemically. Placentas were collected from the 15th, 16th and 18th Japanese Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the Antarctic (JARPA) and 1st JARPA II organized by the Institute of Cetacean Research in Tokyo, Japan. The opening and cavity of fetal areolae formed by taller columnar trophoblast cells (areolar trophoblast cells) with long microvilli and a bright cytoplasm, as compared with the trophoblast cells of the chorionic villi interdigitating with the endometrial crypts, were recognized in observations of serial sections. The opening of the areolar cavity...
Palavras-chave: Antarctic minke whale; Areola; Balaenoptera bonaerensis; Placenta; Steroidogenesis.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/3861
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Immunohistochemical Localization of Steroidogenic Enzymes in the Testis of the Sika Deer (Cervus nippon) During Developmental and Seasonal Changes OAK
HAYAKAWA, Daisuke; SASAKI, Motoki; SUZUKI, Masatsugu; TSUBOTA, Toshio; IGOTA, Hiromasa; KAJI, Koichi; KITAMURA, Nobuo; 佐々木, 基樹; 北村, 延夫.
Testicular steroidogenesis and spermatogenesis during developmental and seasonal changes were investigated in male sika deer (Cervus nippon), a short-day seasonal breeder, to clarify the physiological mechanisms for reproductive function. The immunohistochemical localization of steroidogenic enzymes (P450scc, P450c17, 3βHSD and P450arom), spermatogenesis and cell proliferation were analyzed in the testes of fetal (164 to 218 days of fetal age), fawn (0 years old), yearling (1 year old) and adult (more than 2 years old) male sika deer. Three kinds of steroidogenic enzymes, P450scc, P450c17 and 3βHSD, essential for the synthesis of testosterone were located only in the Leydig cells of the testes from the fetal period, and these localizations did not change...
Palavras-chave: Developmental change; Seasonal change; Sika deer; Steroidogenic enzyme; Testis.
Ano: 2010 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/2816
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Mobility of the forearm in the raccoon (Procyon lotor), raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides) and red panda (Ailurus fulgens) OAK
KAMIOKA, Minao; SASAKI, Motoki; YAMADA, Kazutaka; ENDO, Hideki; OISHI, Motoharu; YUHARA, Kazutoshi; TOMIKAWA, Sohei; SUGIMOTO, Miki; OSHIDA, Tatsuo; KONDOH, Daisuke; KITAMURA, Nobuo; 佐々木, 基樹; 押田, 龍夫; 近藤, 大輔; 北村, 延夫.
The ranges of pronation/supination of forearms in raccoons, raccoon dogs and red pandas were nondestructively examined. Three carcasses of each species were used for CT analysis, and the left forearms were scanned with a CT scanner in two positions: maximal supination and maximal pronation. Scanning data were reconstructed into three-dimensional images, cross-sectional images were extracted at the position that shows the largest area in the distal part of ulna, and then, the centroids of each cross section of the radius and ulna were detected. CT images of two positions were superimposed, by overlapping the outlines of each ulna, and then, the centroids were connected by lines to measure the angle of rotation, as an index of range of mobility. The...
Palavras-chave: Forearm; Raccoon; Raccoon dog; Red panda; Rotation.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/4394
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Structure and functions of the placenta in common minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata), Bryde’s (B. brydei) and sei (B. borealis) whales OAK
KITAYAMA, Chiyo; SASAKI, Motoki; ISHIKAWA, Hajime; MOGOE, Toshihiro; OHSUMI, Seiji; FUKUI, Yutaka; BUDIPITOJO, Teguh; KONDOH, Daisuke; KITAMURA, Nobuo; 佐々木, 基樹; 近藤, 大輔; 北村, 延夫.
The structure and functions of placentas were examined in 3 species of rorqual whales, common minke (Balaenoptera acutorostrata), Bryde’s (B. brydei) and sei (B. borealis) whales, with the aim of confirming the structural characteristics of the chorion, including the presence of the areolar part, and clarifying steroidogenic activities and fetomaternal interactions in the placentas of these whales. Placentas were collected from the second phase of the Japanese Whale Research Program under Special Permit in the North Pacific (JARPN II). Histological and ultrastructural examinations revealed that these whale placentas were epitheliochorial placentas with the interdigitation of chorionic villi lined by monolayer uninucleate cells (trophoblast cells) and...
Palavras-chave: Areola; Aromatase; Placenta; Uteroferrin; Whale.
Ano: 2015 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/4178
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Structure and Steroidogenesis of the Placenta in the Antarctic Minke Whale (Balaenoptera bonaerensis OAK
SASAKI, Motoki; AMANO, Yoko; HAYAKAWA, Daisuke; TSUBOTA, Toshio; ISHIKAWA, Hajime; MOGOE, Toshihiro; OHSUMI, Seiji; TETSUKA, Masafumi; MIYAMOTO, Akio; FUKUI, Yutaka; BUDIPITOJO, Teguh; KITAMURA, Nobuo; 佐々木, 基樹; 手塚, 雅文; 宮本, 明夫; 北村, 延夫.
There are few reports describing the structure and function of the whale placenta with the advance of pregnancy. In this study, therefore, the placenta and nonpregnant uterus of the Antarctic minke whale were observed morphologically and immunohistochemically. Placentas and nonpregnant uteri were collected from the 15th, 16th and 18th Japanese Whale Research Programme with Special Permit in the Antarctic (JARPA) and 1st JARPA II organized by the Institute of Cetacean Research in Tokyo, Japan. In the macro- and microscopic observations, the placenta of the Antarctic minke whale was a diffuse and epitheliochorial placenta. The chorion was interdigitated to the endometrium by primary, secondary and tertiary villi, which contained no specialized trophoblast...
Palavras-chave: Antarctic minke whale; Balaenoptera bonaerensis; Morphology; Placenta; Steroidogenesis.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://ir.obihiro.ac.jp/dspace/handle/10322/3862
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