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Articles by K Noda
Total Records ( 3 ) for K Noda
  K Noda , Y Sato , T Miura , K Katayama and R. Kojima
  Background

Chlorophosphonazo-III (2,7-bis[4-chloro-2-phosphonophenylazo]-1,8-dihydroxy-3,6-naphthalenedisulphonic acid, disodium salt; CPZ-III) reacts with calcium and magnesium in a sample under acidic to neutral conditions. However, the specific method of measuring calcium in serum using CPZ-III has not been established because of the difficulty of avoiding the interaction between CPZ-III and albumin.

Methods

In this study, we found that the non-specific reaction between CPZ-III and albumin could be controlled and calcium in serum could be specifically detected using CPZ-III combined with vanadate. On the basis of this finding, we evaluated a novel method of serum calcium determination using CPZ-III.

Results

This CPZ-III vanadate method gave linear results from 0 to 7.0 mmol/L. The coefficient of variation was 0.63–0.76%. There was no interference except with Omniscan. There was no change in control performance during 60 d under open-air conditions. The assay results correlated well with those of the Arsenazo-III (2,7-bis(2-arsonophenylazo)-1,8-dihydroxy-3,6-naphthalenedisulphonic acid) method (slope = 1.067; intercept = –0.120; r = 0.989; Sy/x = 0.036 mmol/L), o-cresolphthalein complexone method (slope = 0.911; intercept = 0.186; r = 0.988; Sy/x = 0.035 mmol/L), amylase enzymatic method (slope = 0.981; intercept = 0.072; r = 0.989; Sy/x = 0.036 mmol/L) and inductively coupled plasma emission spectroscopy method (slope = 0.955; intercept = –0.001; r = 0.979; Sy/x = 0.048 mmol/L).

Conclusions

These results suggested that the present method has great clinical potential for measuring calcium.

  K Noda , C Arai and Y. Nakamura
 

The purpose of this study was to assess the rate of root resorption in relation to different magnitudes of continuous force during experimental tooth movement using nickel–titanium (NiTi) alloy wire. Four force magnitudes of 0.8, 1.6, 4, and 8 g were applied to the upper first molars of 75 male Wistar rats (300–320 g, 10-week-old) for 1, 7, 14, 21, and 28 days and compared with a control group without an orthodontic appliance. Light microscopic images of the compressed periodontal ligament (PDL) were processed by computer, and the ratio of the root resorption lacuna length to root surface length without the lacuna was analysed and statistically compared using Tukey–Kramer multiple comparison honestly significant difference test.

The experimental groups with 4 and 8 g force showed undermining bone resorption with degenerating tissue and marked root resorption, the 1.6 g group showed only root resorption, while the 0.8 g group was similar to the control. Comparison of the ratios showed that the 0.8 g group was similar to the control with no significant difference. The ratio on day 28 in the 1.6 g group was larger than that in the 0.8 g and control groups, while on days 14, 21, and 28, the ratios in the 4 and 8 g groups were larger than those in the control (P < 0.01); these two experimental groups showed the same significant differences.

It is suggested that significant root resorption occurs when the force magnitude exceeds 1.6 g in the rat upper first molar during tipping tooth movement by continuous force, and the amount of root resorption increases with serial force magnitudes from 0.8 to 4 g.

  A Fukumura , H Tsujii , T Kamada , M Baba , H Tsuji , H Kato , S Kato , S Yamada , S Yasuda , T Yanagi , R Hara , N Yamamoto , J Mizoe , K Akahane , S Fukuda , Y Furusawa , Y Iwata , T Kanai , N Kanematsu , A Kitagawa , N Matsufuji , S Minohara , N Miyahara , H Mizuno , T Murakami , K Nishizawa , K Noda , E Takada and S. Yonai
 

The features of relativistic carbon-ion beams are attractive from the viewpoint of radiotherapy. They exhibit not only a superior physical dose distribution but also an increase in biological efficiency with depth, because energy loss of the beams increases as they penetrate the body. This paper reviews clinical aspects of carbon-beam radiotherapy using the experience at the National Institute of Radiological Sciences. The paper also outlines the dosimetry related to carbon-beam radiotherapy, including absolute dosimetry of the carbon beam, neutron measurements and radiation protection measurements.

 
 
 
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