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Vol.31 No.1 Contents

Cover Page Hideyuki Okano
Editor in Chief
Inflammation and Regeneration


Cover [ PDF(660KB)]

Editorial

1.Welcome to the new era of Inflammation and Regeneration
1
H. Okano
[PDF (126KB)]

Review Article

2.Toward using iPS cells to treat spinal cord injury: Their safety and therapeutic efficacy
2-10
K. Miura, O. Tsuji, M. Nakamura, H. Okano
[PDF (315KB)]
3.Chemokines in inflammatory and immune diseases
11-24
K. Matsushima, Y. Terashima, E. Toda, F. Shand, S. Ueha
[PDF (1644KB)]
4.Treatment trends of rheumatoid arthritis in Japan: Changes toward globalization and its unique innovation
25-32
N. Miyasaka
[PDF (595KB)]
5.Nuclear reprogramming to treat retinal degenerative diseases
33-49
F. Osakada
[PDF (687KB)]

Special Issue: "Autoinflammation vs Autoimmunity"

6.Overview on autoimmunity and autoinflammation
50-51
M. Amagai, K. Matsushima
[PDF (227KB)]
7.Systemic JIA as an Autoinflammatory Disease
52-65
S. Takei
[PDF (483KB)]
8.Sarcoidosis and autoinflammation
66-71
N. Kanazawa
[PDF (519KB)]
9.Autoinflammatory diseases and the inflammasome: Mechanisms of IL-1β activation leading to neutrophil-rich skin disorders
72-80
N. Kanbe, T. Satoh, Y. Nakamura, M. Iwasawa, H. Matsue
[PDF (573KB)]
10.Involvement of inflammation in autoinflammation and autoimmune disease
81-87
K. Furuichi, T. Wada, S. Kaneko
[PDF (342KB)]

Mini Review

11.Activity assay of Lipoamidase, an expected modulator of metabolic fate of externally administered lipoic acid
88-94
M. Wang, R. Motafakkerazad, S. Matsugo, N. Wada, T. Konishi
[PDF (398KB)]
12.Transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 agonists as candidates for anti-inflammatory agents
95-101
F. Tsuji, M. Murai, K. Oki, M. Sasano, H. Aono
[PDF (439KB)]
13.T lymphocyte function in the delayed phase of ischemic brain injury
102-109
T. Shichita, G. Muto, A. Yoshimura
[PDF (623KB)]
14.Human T-lymphotropic virus type 1 (HTLV-1) and innate immunity
110-115
T. Sato, K. Azakami, H. Ando, N. Araya, Y. Yamano
[PDF (399KB)]

Original Article

15.Mesp1+ early paraxial mesodermal cells supply initial bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells capable of differentiating into neural crest lineage cells
116-124
K. Niibe, S. Morikawa, Y. Mabuchi, D. Araki, T. Nakagawa, H. Okano, Y. Matsuzaki
[PDF (1286KB)]