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  • Origin and intraspecific diversification of the scincid lizard Ateuchosaurus pellopleurus with implications for historical island biogeography of the Central Ryukyus of Japan

    Makino Tomohisa , Okamoto Taku , Kurita Kazuki , Nakano Takafumi , Hikida Tsutomu

    … pellopleurus and its sister species in southern China, Ateuchosaurus chinensis, were assessed by molecular phylogeographic analyses. … pellopleurus is essentially a Central Ryukyu endemic that shares a common biogeographic history with other endemics. … The common divergence times suggested that isolation of the endemics from their sister species in surrounding areas are attributable to geographic isolation by a tectonic event in the Miocene. …

    Zoologischer Anzeiger (288), 1-10, 2020-09

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  • The persimmon genome reveals clues to the evolution of a lineage-specific sex determination system in plants

    Akagi Takashi , Shirasawa Kenta , Nagasaki Hideki , Hirakawa Hideki , Tao Ryutaro , Comai Luca , Henry Isabelle M.

    … lotus), which revealed a lineage-specific whole-genome duplication event and provided information on the architecture of the Y chromosome. … Evolutionary analysis suggested that MeGI underwent adaptive evolution after the whole-genome duplication event. … Later, a segmental duplication event spawned MeGI's regulator OGI on the Y-chromosome, completing the path leading to dioecy, and probably initiating the formation of the Y-chromosome. …

    PLoS Genetics 16(2), e1008566, 2020-02-18

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  • Anthropinistic Issues, Life Wellness and Recovery One Decade after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami  [in Japanese]

    Day Stacey B. , Sugita Mineyasu

    … <p>The paper reviews, a decade after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami of 2011, anthoponotic issues-looking at things in their relationship to the human person-life wellness, rehabilitation, recovery, of those who suffered as "<i>victims</i>" of the event. … analyses of informed data ; …

    Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine 60(5), 437-450, 2020

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  • Deinstitutionalization of company sports: Analyzing the influence of economic and social factors on the abolishment of company sport clubs  [in Japanese]

    Nakamura Hidemasa

    … <p>This paper examines why firms abolish their company sport clubs by using a deinstitutionalization concept and statistical analyses. … Therefore, this paper does research on the mechanism behind the abolishment by looking at the influence of economic and social factors on it and conducting an event history analysis among 95 Japanese companies with a long distance club between 1992 and 2012. …

    Japanese Journal of Sport Management 11(1), 21-35, 2019

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  • Appetite Predicts Clinical Outcomes in High Risk Patients Undergoing Trans-Femoral TAVI

    Taniguchi Yousuke , Momomura Shin-ichi , Yamaguchi Atsushi , Fujita Hideo , Sakakura Kenichi , Yuri Koichi , Nomura Yohei , Tamanaha Yusuke , Akashi Naoyuki , Tsukui Takunori , Yamamoto Kei , Wada Hiroshi

    … We defined two-year major adverse cardiovascular and cerebrovascular events (MACCE) as a composite of cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, any coronary revascularization, history of hospitalization due to heart failure, and disabling acute cerebral infarction. … Kaplan-Meier analyses and multivariate Cox regression analysis were performed.</p><p>The median duration of the follow-up period was 372 (189-720) days. …

    International Heart Journal 60(6), 1350-1357, 2019

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  • Thermal and impact histories of 25143 Itokawa recorded in Hayabusa particles

    Terada K. , Sano Y. , Takahata N. , Ishida A. , Tsuchiyama A. , Nakamura T. , Noguchi T. , Karouji Y. , Uesugi M. , Yada T. , Nakabayashi M. , Fukuda K. , Nagahara H.

    … However, when and how NEAs formed and their evolutionary history remain enigmas. … Ion microprobe analyses of seven phosphate grains from a single particle provide an isochron age of 4.64 ± 0.18 billion years (1σ). …

    Scientific Reports (8), 2018-08-07

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  • EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF TREATMENT WITH DACLATASVIR AND ASUNAPREVIR FOR HEPATITIS C VIRUS GENOTYPE 1

    AJIMINE Takuma , OHSHIMA Shigetoshi , GOTO Takashi , KOMATSU Masafumi , NAKANE Kunio , YAGISAWA Hitoshi , Goto Mitsuo , NAKAJIMA Kou , Miura Masato , FUNAOKA Masato , HOSHINO Takao , KURAMITSU Tomoyuki , FUJISHIMA Yuukou , WATANABE Daisuke , Segawa Daisuke , Inomata Masaaki , IIJIMA Katsunori

    … In univariate analyses, the Y93 mutation and a history of triple therapy with protease inhibitor reduced the SVR 24 rate. … In multivariate analyses, the Y93H mutation, a history of triple therapy with protease inhibitor, and LC status reduced the SVR 24 rate. … The most frequently reported adverse event was ALT elevation, noted in 25.7% of patients. …

    秋田医学 = AKITA JOURNAL OF MEDICINE 44(3/4), 101-109, 2018-03

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  • The Effect of Social Skills on a Timing of Getting the First Job Offer in Job-Hunting Activities among Japanese University Students  [in Japanese]

    Shiotani Yoshiya

    … Statistical analyses showed that only in case of female (n=294) the level of social skills had positive and significant effect on when they got the first job offer although many other variables were controlled. … These results imply the possibility that female students are expected to perform different roles in communications in workplace because of gender stereotype.social skills , timing of getting a job offer, panel survey, event history analysis</p> …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 33(2), 349-356, 2018

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  • Inequality and Mother's Age as Determinants of Breastfeeding Continuation in Bangladesh

    Islam G.M. Rabiul , Igarashi Isao , Kawabuchi Koichi

    Event history analyses were performed during a 24-month follow-up period on 7,041 mothers with duration of breastfeeding as the outcome variable, with wealth index (an indicator for inequality) and mother's age used as the main explanatory variables. …

    The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 246(1), 15-25, 2018

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  • Meiji Centennial Event (1968) in Hawaii and the Memory of Japanese-Americans  [in Japanese]

    Topacoglu Hasan

    … It also became involved with the Meiji Centennial celebrated in Hawaii by Japanese-Americans.</p><p>For the Japanese, the meaning of the event was to show respect for ancestors who worked hard, fought for their country, and even died on the path to modernization. … However, Japanese-Americans in Hawaii celebrated this event to show appreciation for their elders who worked hard to create a positive image of Japanese immigrants. …

    Japanese Journal of Communication Studies 46(1), 61-80, 2017

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  • Population Size and Power Shift: Are Bigger Countries Necessarily More Powerful?  [in Japanese]

    TADOKORO Masayuki

    … But even pre-modern history is full of small political units that became highly dominant international players. … Innovation is a dynamic continuous process rather than a single unique historical event. …

    International Relations 2016(183), 183_15-183_30, 2016

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  • What are Determinants of Marriage in Marriage Hunting::From a Perspective of Marital Studies, a Quantitative Study of a Case of Ehime Marriage Support Center  [in Japanese]

    KOBAYASHI Jun , NOCHI Chieko

    … So far, plenty of case studies have been conducted, yet no quantitative analyses have been done. … We conduct event history analyses on hazard ratios of withdrawal by marriage. …

    Sociological Theory and Methods 31(1), 70-83, 2016

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  • Metabolic Survey of Hidden Inherited Metabolic Diseases in Children With Apparent Life-Threatening Event(ALTE)or Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy(SUDI)by Analyses of Organic Acids and Acylcarnitines Using Mass Spectrometries

    Takahashi Tomoo , Hasegawa Yuki , Yamada Kenji , Bo Ryosuke , Kobayashi Hironori , Taketani Takeshi , Fukuda Seiji , Yamaguchi Seiji

    … These patients had a history of some prodromal illness and/or abnormalities of routine laboratory tests. …

    Shimane journal of medical science 32(2), 61-68, 2016

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  • High-Risk Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease in a Real-World Employed Japanese Population: Prevalence, Cardiovascular Event Rates, and Costs

    Davis Keith L , Meyers Juliana , Zhao Zhenxiang , McCollam Patrick L , Murakami Masahiro

    … <b><i>Aim</i></b><b>: </b>To assess the prevalence of high-risk atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD, defined as history of acute coronary syndrome [hACS], cerebrovascular atherosclerotic disease [CeVAD], peripheral artery disease [PAD], or coronary artery disease w/diabetes [CADD]) and associated costs and cardiovascular (CV) events in Japan.<br><b><i>Methods</i></b><b>: </b>A retrospective analysis was conducted using the Japan Medical Data Center (JMDC) database …

    Journal of Atherosclerosis and Thrombosis 22(12), 1287-1304, 2015

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  • Evolutionary history of Precambrian continental crust in the North China Craton

    Bao Chuang , Chen Yue-Long , Li Da-Peng , Chen Xue

    … an additional 440 Lu-Hf isotopic analyses were conducted on select zircon grains. … The U-Pb ages revealed that the strongest magmatic event in the NCC occurred <i>ca.</i> … 2.5 Ga, and a subordinate magmatic event occurred <i>ca.</i> … The crustal model ages from Hf isotopic analyses showed that the best estimate for the age of the NCC mantle extraction is <i>ca</i>. …

    GEOCHEMICAL JOURNAL 49(1), 53-62, 2015

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  • The Lifelog Analyses for Activity Pattern Extraction and Event Detection  [in Japanese]

    角田 宏貴

    … There are a lot of researches for analyzing smartphone logs, for examples, the extraction of user's activity using location, date and people around the user, and the analysis of user's activity history by detecting Bluetooth devices in user's circumstance. … This research is aiming to mine various kinds of smartphone logs including locations from GPS, pictures from a camera, application using histories, text messages from SNS (Twitter), and number of steps as exercise history from the wearable Jawbone device. …

    法政大学大学院紀要. 情報科学研究科編 = 法政大学大学院紀要. 情報科学研究科編 (9), 119-124, 2014-03

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  • Experimental Analyses of the Retinal and Subretinal Haemorrhages Accompanied by Shaken Baby Syndrome / Abusive Head Trauma Using a Dummy Doll

    Yamazaki Junpei , Yoshida Makoto , Mizunuma Hiroshi

    … The frequency of thecyclic acceleration-deceleration history experienced by the head of the dummy doll was 5.0, 4.0 and 2.2 Hz,respectively, with the maximum acceleration of 20, 20 and 60 m/s2, respectively. …

    Injury 45(8), 1196-1206, 2014

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  • Recovery of corals a decade after a thermal stress event at Motobu, Okinawa, Japan: spatial variability in winners and losers

    CABAITAN Patrick C. , YAMAMOTO Hiromi , SAKAI Kazuhiko

    … Coral communities at nine sites off the coast of Motobu, Okinawa, were examined 6 and 12 years after a 1998 mass coral bleaching event caused by anomalous seawater temperatures. … Multivariate analyses such as multidimensional scaling were more sensitive than univariate analyses. … The recovery of coral communities appears to be related to the life history traits of corals and environmental conditions. …

    Galaxea, Journal of Coral Reef Studies 14(1), 27-40, 2012

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  • ICONE19-44137 CASE STUDY OF THE SENSITIVITY OF STRUCTURAL RESPONSE TO SEISMIC EVENT PARAMETERS

    Costantino Michael C. , Mertz Greg E. , Houston Thomas W. , Costantino Carl J. , Maham Andrew S.

    … The resulting synthetic motions are often used in the performance of Soil Structure Interaction (SSI) or fixed base dynamic analyses of nuclear facilities. … In this methodology, a real recorded time history is conditioned through frequency based scaling until the synthetic 5% damped Acceleration Response Spectrum (ARS) of the conditioned record closely matches that of the target spectrum. …

    The Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE) 2011.19(0), _ICONE1944-_ICONE1944, 2011

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  • MODELING TRANSITION PROBABILITIES AND DURATION TIME FOR EVENT HISTORY DATA

    Yamashita Natsumi , Nagata Eiko , Ohyama Tetsuji , Yanagawa Takashi , 山下 夏美 , 永田 榮子 , 大山 哲司 , 柳川 堯

    … There could be covariates that are related to transition probabilities, but not related to duration times to the next event, or vice versa, in event history analyses. … It is shown among others that family and disease are significantly related to duration times to the next event, but not related to transition probabilities. …

    Bulletin of informatics and cybernetics (42), 71-79, 2010-12

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