Eiji Arakawa

Yoshihiro Aoyama2
Jun-ichi Kita2
Kouki Fujioka2
Yoshinobu Manome2
2Yoshihiro Aoyama
2Jun-ichi Kita
2Kouki Fujioka
2Yoshinobu Manome
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  • Kouki Fujioka, Eiji Arakawa, Jun-ichi Kita, Yoshihiro Aoyama, Toshiro Okuda, Yoshinobu Manome +1 other
  • 2009
BACKGROUND Smell provides important information about the quality of food and drink. Most well-known for their expertise in wine tasting, sommeliers sniff out the aroma of wine and describe them using beautiful metaphors. In contrast, electronic noses, devices that mimic our olfactory recognition system, also detect smells using their sensors but describe(More)
A technique for rapid detection of pathogenic microorganisms is essential for the diagnosis of associated infections and for food safety analysis. Aeromonas hydrophila is one such food contaminant. Several methods for rapid detection of this pathogen have been developed; these include multiplex polymerase chain reaction assays and the colony overlay(More)
We identified 131 strains of Vibrio fluvialis among 400 nonagglutinating Vibrio spp. isolated from patients with diarrhea in Kolkata, India. For 43 patients, V. fluvialis was the sole pathogen identified. Most strains harbored genes encoding hemolysin and metalloprotease; this finding may contribute to understanding of the pathogenicity of V. fluvialis.
BACKGROUND Human infections with non-O1, non-O139 V. cholerae have been described from Laos. Elsewhere, non cholera-toxin producing, non-O1, non-O139 V. cholerae have been described from blood cultures and ascitic fluid, although they are exceedingly rare isolates. CASE PRESENTATION We describe a farmer who died with Vibrio cholerae O21 bacteremia and(More)
We have defined the folding index of the RNA secondary structure and compared the value of this index obtained from a given RNA molecule with one from the random sequences with the same A, U, G, C ratio. The mRNA of the cytochrome c oxidase subunit II and cytochrome P450 from various species was analyzed. We found that the mRNA of these genes were more(More)
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