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Tsurumi University is a private university in Tsurumi-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan. The precursor of the school was founded in 1953, and it was chartered as a university in 1963. Wikipedia.


Tashima I.,Tsurumi University
Journal of oral science | Year: 2010

In this study, quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis was used to identify candidate chromosomes and for detecting the regions that include the gene or genes causing gutter-shaped root (GSR) in AKXL recombinant inbred mouse strains. One potential QTL was detected on chromosome 5 within a region of 13.0 cM, where the likelihood ratio statistic (LRS) score was higher than a suggestive level. This indicates that one of the candidate genes causing mouse GSR may be located in this region. Source


Preformed crowns for restoration of primary teeth are used in various treatments and are essential for restoring the crowns of primary molars. However, there are concerns that mechanical, chemical, and thermal stimulation may cause release of components of such crowns. We examined systemic accumulation of heavy metals associated with preformed crowns (3M Stainless Steel Primary Molar Crowns) used in primary tooth restoration. The participants were 37 children who had visited the Pediatric Dental Clinic of Tsurumi University Dental Hospital. They were divided into two groups: 22 participants without a history of being fitted with a preformed crown for primary tooth restoration (controls), and 15 participants with preformed crowns for primary tooth restoration. Analysis of hair samples showed a significant difference in the level of the trace element Cr - an important component of the preformed crowns - between children with and without preformed crowns, but no significant differences in Fe or Ni levels. Levels of the trace elements Ni, Cr, and Fe were within allowable ranges, indicating that these minerals were not likely to be harmful. Source


Ueno D.,Tsurumi University
The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants | Year: 2012

Intravenous (IV) sedation is commonly used in dentistry. However, no report has yet been published regarding age, hypertension, and antihypertensive drugs during implant surgery and their relationship with changes in blood pressure (BP) and heart rate in implant surgery under IV sedation with propofol and midazolam. Medical records of 252 patients who underwent implant surgery were retrospectively analyzed. Patients were classified into four groups according to their age (in years) and hypertension status: A=≤64, no hypertension; B=≥65, no hypertension; C=≤64, hypertension; or D=≥65, hypertension. Hypertensive patients were further characterized by their antihypertensive medications: E=calcium channel blockers (CCBs), F=angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs), G=CCBs+ARBs, or H=no medication. IV sedation was administered in two stages. After midazolam injection to prevent angialgia, propofol was infused at the rate of 4 mg/kg/h, followed by a dose reduction. Systolic and diastolic BP and heart rate were recorded before, during, and after surgery. Systolic BP increased significantly after patients were draped in groups A, C, and D, with group D showing the most pronounced increase. Sedatives decreased BP in all groups. Diastolic BP in group F decreased significantly compared to group H after induction and before infiltration of local anesthetic. After infiltration, systolic BP decreased more significantly in group G than in group H. Intraoperative hypotension was observed in 25% of patients. The incidence of intraoperative hypertension in group D was markedly higher than in group A (23% vs 4%). IV sedation using midazolam and propofol reduces hypertensive risks during implant surgery. Nevertheless, care must be taken, especially in older hypertensive patients and in hypertensive patients on ARBs or ARBs+CCBs. Source


Suzuki Y.,Tsurumi University
The European journal of prosthodontics and restorative dentistry | Year: 2011

This study explored the pressure pain threshold (PPT) of the mucosa after tooth extraction. The PPTs of the wounded mucosa of eight volunteer subjects were observed at 7, 30, and 90 days after tooth extraction. The PPTs at 30 days and 90 days were approximately two and three times higher respectively, than those at 7 days. As time passed, the values for the PPTs after tooth extraction increased in all regions. At 90 days after tooth extraction, the PPTs are about 97% recovered compared to the PPTs of the contralateral points. Source


Hayakawa T.,Tsurumi University
Dental Materials Journal | Year: 2015

Tresyl chloride (2,2,2-trifluoroethanesulfonyl chloride)-activated method is an easy and simple method for immobilizing biological molecules onto a titanium surface. Tresyl chloride was directly dropped onto a titanium surface without any solvent. Tresylated titanium disks were immersed in a protein or peptide solution to give protein-or peptide-immobilized titanium. Frontier molecular orbital calculations suggested that tresylation of the OH compound improved its reactivity towards the amine groups of protein compounds. Quartz-crystal microbalance-dissipation measurements suggested that ionic interaction between the oxygen of the terminal hydroxyl groups of titanium and the nitrogen of fibronectin was important for fibronectin immobilization. Initial cell attachment was enhanced by fibronectin or collagen immobilization. Fibronectin and fibronectin-derived peptide immobilization improved the expression of specific genes related to bone formation. The immobilization of cytokine onto titanium enhanced bone formation following its implantation into rat femur defects. The tresyl chloride-activated method is useful for immobilizing biological molecules onto titanium surfaces. © 2015, Japanese Society for Dental Materials and Devices. All rights reserved. Source

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