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Role of tumor-associated macrophage in malignant tumors: Should the location of the infiltrated macrophages be taken into account during evaluation?OHNO, Satoshi; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; SOMA, Gen-Ichiro et al.Anticancer research. 2002, Vol 22, Num 6C, pp 4269-4275, issn 0250-7005, 7 p.Conference Paper

Optimum conditions for efficient phagocytosis of rifampicin-loaded PLGA microspheres by alveolar macrophagesHIROTA, Keiji; HASEGAWA, Taizo; HINATA, Hideyuki et al.Journal of controlled release. 2007, Vol 119, Num 1, pp 69-76, issn 0168-3659, 8 p.Article

Applications of lipopolysaccharide derived from Pantoea agglomerans (IP-PA 1) for health care based on macrophage network theoryKOHCHI, Chie; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; NISHIZAWA, Takashi et al.Journal of bioscience and bioengineering. 2006, Vol 102, Num 6, pp 485-496, issn 1389-1723, 12 p.Article

Role of tumor-associated macrophages (TAM) in advanced gastric carcinoma : The impact on FasL-mediated counterattackOHNO, Satoshi; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; NAGASUE, Naofumi et al.Anticancer research. 2005, Vol 25, Num 1B, pp 463-470, issn 0250-7005, 8 p.Article

Development and characterization of a monoclonal antibody with cross-reactivity towards uracil and thymine, and its potential use in screening patients treated with 5-fluorouracil for possible risksHONDA, Teruko; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; FUKUSHIMA, Masakazu et al.Clinica chimica acta. 2002, Vol 322, Num 1-2, pp 59-66, issn 0009-8981Article

Antitumor Effect of Inhalatory Lipopolysaccharide and Synergetic Effect in Combination with CyclophosphamideHIROTA, Keiji; OISHI, Yusuke; TANIGUCHI, Hiroaki et al.Anticancer research. 2010, Vol 30, Num 8, pp 3129-3134, issn 0250-7005, 6 p.Conference Paper

Lipopolysaccharide-activated Alveolar Macrophages Having Cytotoxicity toward Lung Tumor Cells through Cell-to-Cell Binding-dependent MechanismTANIGUCHI, Hiroaki; SHIMADA, Yasuteru; SAWACHI, Keiichi et al.Anticancer research. 2010, Vol 30, Num 8, pp 3159-3165, issn 0250-7005, 7 p.Conference Paper

Stimulation of Phagocytic Activity of Alveolar Macrophages Toward Artificial Microspheres by Infection with MycobacteriaHIROTA, Keiji; TOMODA, Keishiro; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki et al.Pharmaceutical research. 2008, Vol 25, Num 6, pp 1420-1430, issn 0724-8741, 11 p.Article

Development and potential use of a monoclonal antibody to the lipopolysaccharide of Pantoea agglomerans (IP-PA1)TANIGUCHI, Yoshie; NISHIZAWA, Takashi; HONDA, Teruko et al.Anticancer research. 2007, Vol 27, Num 6A, pp 3701-3706, issn 0250-7005, 6 p.Conference Paper

Unique molecular characteristics of the environmental responses of mucosal macrophagesNAKATA, Kazue; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; NISHIZAWA, Takashi et al.Anticancer research. 2006, Vol 26, Num 6A, pp 4009-4014, issn 0250-7005, 6 p.Conference Paper

Perspectives for antitumor therapy based on the recognition mechanism by which macrophages identify undesirable foreign and native cells and moleculesTAKIGUCHI, Kunio; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; NISHIZAWA, Takashi et al.Anticancer research. 2002, Vol 22, Num 6C, pp 4277-4280, issn 0250-7005, 4 p.Conference Paper

Functional Characterization of Lipopolysaccharide derived from Symbiotic Bacteria in Rice as a Macrophage-activating SubstanceKADOWAKI, Takeshi; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; KOHCHI, Chie et al.Anticancer research. 2011, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 2467-2476, issn 0250-7005, 10 p.Conference Paper

Lipopolysaccharide IP-PA1 from Pantoea agglomerans Prevents Suppression of Macrophage Function in Stress-induced DiseasesNAKATA, Kazue; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; SOMA, Gen-Ichiro et al.Anticancer research. 2011, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 2437-2440, issn 0250-7005, 4 p.Conference Paper

Oral Administration of Lipopolysaccharides for the Prevention of Various Diseases: Benefit and UsefulnessINAGAWA, Hiroyuki; KOHCHI, Chie; SOMA, Gen-Ichiro et al.Anticancer research. 2011, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 2431-2436, issn 0250-7005, 6 p.Conference Paper

Preparation of Lipopolysaccharide Derived from Pantoea agglomerans Labeled with Fluorescence as a Tracer for Kinetics AnalysisKADOWAKI, Takeshi; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; KOHCHI, Chie et al.Anticancer research. 2010, Vol 30, Num 8, pp 3151-3157, issn 0250-7005, 7 p.Conference Paper

Intracellular Localization of CD14 Protein in Intestinal MacrophagesYOSHIOKA, Noriko; TANIGUCHI, Yoshie; YOSHIDA, Aya et al.Anticancer research. 2009, Vol 29, Num 3, pp 865-869, issn 0250-7005, 5 p.Conference Paper

The degree of macrophage infiltration into the cancer cell Nest is a significant predictor of survival in gastric cancer patientsOHNO, Satoshi; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; DIPOK KUMAR DHAR et al.Anticancer research. 2003, Vol 23, Num 6D, pp 5015-5022, issn 0250-7005, 8 p.Article

A new method of antitumor therapy with a high dose of TNF perfusion for unresectable liver tumorsNAKAMOTO, Takeru; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; TAKAGI, Koichi et al.Anticancer research. 2000, Vol 20, Num 6A, pp 4087-4096, issn 0250-7005Conference Paper

Differential Expression of mRNA in Human Monocytes following Interaction with Human Colon Cancer CellsHONDA, Teruko; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; YAMAMOTO, Isamu et al.Anticancer research. 2011, Vol 31, Num 7, pp 2493-2497, issn 0250-7005, 5 p.Conference Paper

Delivery of rifampicin-PLGA microspheres into alveolar macrophages is promising for treatment of tuberculosisHIROTA, Keiji; HASEGAWA, Taizo; NAKAJIMA, Takehisa et al.Journal of controlled release. 2010, Vol 142, Num 3, pp 339-346, issn 0168-3659, 8 p.Article

The Relationship between Clinicopathological Factors and the Reduction of Pyrimidine Nucleoside Phosphorylase Activity after Preoperative Administration of 5'-Deoxy-5-fluorouridineHONDA, Teruko; INAGAWA, Hiroyuki; NISHIZAWA, Takashi et al.Anticancer research. 2010, Vol 30, Num 8, pp 3207-3211, issn 0250-7005, 5 p.Conference Paper

Selective delivery of rifampicin incorporated into poly (DL-lactic-co-glycolic) acid microspheres after phagocytotic uptake by alveolar macrophages, and the killing effect against intracellular Mycobacterium bovis Calmette-GuérinYOSHIDA, Aya; MATUMOTO, Makoto; NAKAJIMA, Takehisa et al.Microbes and infection. 2006, Vol 8, Num 9-10, pp 2484-2491, issn 1286-4579, 8 p.Article

Innate-immune therapy for lung carcinoma based on tissue-macrophage activation with lipopolysaccharideHINO, Mami; KOHCHI, Chie; NISHIZAWA, Takashi et al.Anticancer research. 2005, Vol 25, Num 6A, pp 3747-3754, issn 0250-7005, 8 p.Conference Paper

Correlation of histological localization of tumor-associated macrophages with clinicopathological features in endometrial cancerOHNO, Satoshi; OHNO, Yumiko; SUZUKI, Nobutaka et al.Anticancer research. 2004, Vol 24, Num 5C, pp 3335-3342, issn 0250-7005, 8 p.Conference Paper

Tumor-associated macrophages: Foe or accomplice of tumors?OHNO, Satoshi; SUZUKI, Nobutaka; OHNO, Yumiko et al.Anticancer research. 2003, Vol 23, Num 6A, pp 4395-4409, issn 0250-7005, 15 p.Conference Paper

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