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1953 3
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1960 1
1963 2
1964 3
1965 3
1966 2
1967 7
1968 5
1969 1
1970 2
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1974 4
1975 2
1976 3
1977 2
1978 4
1979 2
1980 4
1981 3
1982 4
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1984 3
1985 10
1986 6
1987 2
1988 5
1989 7
1990 8
1991 9
1992 3
1993 8
1994 7
1995 3
1996 5
1997 9
1998 4
1999 3
2000 4
2001 4
2003 8
2004 6
2005 8
2006 10
2007 12
2008 14
2009 22
2010 23
2011 14
2012 22
2013 11
2014 13
2015 18
2016 15
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2018 13
2019 19
2020 23
2021 24
2022 29
2023 25
2024 13

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Effect of Tryptophan, Vitamin B6, and Nicotinamide-Containing Supplement Loading between Meals on Mood and Autonomic Nervous System Activity in Young Adults with Subclinical Depression: A Randomized, Double-Blind, and Placebo-Controlled Study.
Tsujita N, Akamatsu Y, Nishida MM, Hayashi T, Moritani T. Tsujita N, et al. Among authors: akamatsu y. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo). 2019;65(6):507-514. doi: 10.3177/jnsv.65.507. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo). 2019. PMID: 31902864 Free article. Clinical Trial.
Cell Death and Recovery in Traumatic Brain Injury.
Akamatsu Y, Hanafy KA. Akamatsu Y, et al. Neurotherapeutics. 2020 Apr;17(2):446-456. doi: 10.1007/s13311-020-00840-7. Neurotherapeutics. 2020. PMID: 32056100 Free PMC article. Review.
An anti-PD-1-GITR-L bispecific agonist induces GITR clustering-mediated T cell activation for cancer immunotherapy.
Chan S, Belmar N, Ho S, Rogers B, Stickler M, Graham M, Lee E, Tran N, Zhang D, Gupta P, Sho M, MacDonough T, Woolley A, Kim H, Zhang H, Liu W, Zheng P, Dezso Z, Halliwill K, Ceccarelli M, Rhodes S, Thakur A, Forsyth CM, Xiong M, Tan SS, Iyer R, Lake M, Digiammarino E, Zhou L, Bigelow L, Longenecker K, Judge RA, Liu C, Trumble M, Remis JP, Fox M, Cairns B, Akamatsu Y, Hollenbaugh D, Harding F, Alvarez HM. Chan S, et al. Among authors: akamatsu y. Nat Cancer. 2022 Mar;3(3):337-354. doi: 10.1038/s43018-022-00334-9. Epub 2022 Mar 7. Nat Cancer. 2022. PMID: 35256819 Free PMC article.
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