Saijo

Saijo

(sījō`), city (1990 pop. 56,821), Ehime prefecture, W Shikoku, Japan, on the Hiuchi Sea. As part of the East Ehime Industrial City Program, Saijo now has two power plants that supply its pulp, paper, and textile industries. It is also an agricultural center.
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Saijo e colaboradores, (2002) afirma que a citocina IL1-[beta] ativa a celula T e, no estudo com camundongos transgenicos, e de grande importancia que ocorra esta ativacao para que se desenvolva a autoimunidade e artrite nestes camundongos.
Gubareva, Kimiyasu Shiraki, Emi Takashita, Takato Odagiri, Hideki Tani, Shigeru Morikawa, Masayuki Shimojima, Masayuki Saijo, Kenichi Sakamoto, Kentaro Yamada, Akira Nishizono.
Within the revue's administration, public adamance against any suggestion of lesbianism probably stems from its early history, when, as Robertson notes in Takarazuka, an alleged affair in 1929 between otokoyaku Miyako Nara and film actress Yaeko Mizutani got into the press; and when the rival Shochiku Revue's female role player Eriko Saijo and her partner, Yasumare Masuda, attempted a double suicide in 1935, this also made it into the papers.
The purpose of this paper is to discuss a specific Japanese festival, namely Saijo Matsuri, but in order to do that, we must first clarify what matsuri are and what is their role in contemporary Japanese society.
Saijo Y Ueno T Hashimoto Y Twenty-four-hour shift work, depressive symptoms, and job dissatisfaction among Japanese firefighters.
Today, in partnership with the World Bank Group and the Montreal Protocol Multilateral Fund (MLF), Saijo Denki, a Thailand manufacturer, has launched a new technology for air conditioners that is friendly to the ozone layer and reduces greenhouse gas emissions and saves energy.
Saijo bears small to medium acorn-shaped fruits with a rich sweet flavor, and it is considered a gourmet variety in Japan and one of the oldest.
Lines (MOL) at Samsung Heavy Industries' (SHI) shipyard at Geoje Island, South Korea, while two 20,050 teu ships are being built for Shoei Kisen Kaisha on long charter to MOL at Shoei's affiliate company Imabari Shipbuilding at Saijo shipyard, Japan (see article in the May 2015 Horizons).
26,27) Salt and Saijo using different markers like TMPA and peroxidase respectively demonstrated that non uniform high concentrations of the substances reach close to the basal turn than apical turn of the cochlea.