Takeki Sunakawa

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Five groups of 12 male and 12 female rats each were fed diets containing 0, 0.06, 0.25, 1.00 and 4.00% PSL for a period of one month. Food consumption of PSL-fed groups did not differ from that of control. Urinalysis and autopsy findings were within normal in every group of rats treated. With 4.00% in the diet, body weight gain was significantly retarded(More)
Acute toxicity, eye irritation, primary skin irritation, skin sensitization, phototoxicity, photosensitization and mutagenicity of sophorolipid derivatives were studied in rats, mice, rabbits, guinea pigs and Salmonella typhimurium strains. The acute oral toxicity of sophorolipid (SL) which Torulopsis bombicola produces, and its derivatives (PSL, Ethyl-SL(More)
We provide new insight on international monetary policy cooperation using a two-country model based on Benigno and Benigno (2006). Assuming symmetry, save for the volatility of (markup) shocks, we show that an incentive feasibility problem exists between the policymakers across national borders: The country faced with a relatively more volatile markup shock(More)
Abstract We provide new insight on international monetary policy cooperation using a symmetric two-country model based on Benigno and Benigno [2006]. An incentive feasibility problem exists between the policymakers across national borders: Under asymmetric volatilities of shocks among the countries, the home country has an incentive to deviate from an(More)
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