Kanaoka

Kanaoka

(känä`ōkä), fl. 2d half of 9th cent., Japanese landscape and figure painter, founder of the Kose school of painting. None of his works survives, but tradition says that he was the first Japanese painter to paint Japanese subject matter. He is also known as Kose no Kanaoka.
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(22.) Tamura K, Kanaoka Y, Jinno S, Nagata A, Ogiso Y, Shimizu K, et al.
Kanaoka et al., "Neutrophil-derived leukotriene B4 is required for inflammatory arthritis," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
Kanaoka, "GPR17 regulates immune pulmonary inflammation induced by house dust mites," Journal of Immunology, vol.
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Kazuhiko Morikawa, (1) Hirokazu Ashida, (1) Yosuke Nozawa, (1) Kenji Motohashi, (1) Takao Igarashi, (1) Hiroya Ojiri, (1) Yuji Kanaoka, (2) Takao Ohki (2)
(12.) Aoshima, S.; Yoshida, T.; Kanazawa, A.; Kanaoka, S.
(17.) Aoshima, S, Kanaoka, S, "A renaissance in living cationic polymerization." Client.
Tosudite was first recognized in various hydrothermal mineralizations from Japan (e.g., Kanaoka, 1968; Shimoda, 1969; Matsuda and Henmi, 1973; Nishiyama et al., 1975; Ichikawa and Shimoda, 1976).
(47.) Akao T, Kida H, Kanaoka M, Hattori M, Kobashi K.