Mayuko Okabe

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The fate of the Fusarium mycotoxins deoxynivalenol and nivalenol during the milling of Japanese wheat cultivars artificially infected with Fusarium was investigated. Grain samples with different mycotoxin concentrations were milled using a laboratory-scale test mill to produce eight fractions: three breaking flours (1B, 2B, and 3B), three reduction flours(More)
BACKGROUND Large-scale schistosomiasis control programs are implemented in regions with diverse social and economic environments. A key epidemiological feature of schistosomiasis is its small-scale heterogeneity. Locally profiling disease dynamics including risk factors associated with its transmission is essential for designing appropriate control(More)
Relationship between Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and Hookworm Infections among School Children in Mbita, Kenya Manabu Inoue1*, Sachiyo Nagi2, Evans Chadeka2, Faith Mutungi3, Mayuko Osada-Oka1,4, Kenji Ono5, Tetuya Oda5, Michinori Tanaka5, Yuriko Ozeki1,6, Kalenda Dan Justin Yombo2, Mayuko Okabe7, Mamiko Niki1, Yukio Hirayama1, Mitsuru Fukui8, Kazuo(More)
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