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  • High pressure inhibits signaling protein binding to the flagellar motor and bacterial chemotaxis through enhanced hydration.

    Hata Hiroaki , Nishihara Yasutaka , Nishiyama Masayoshi , Sowa Yoshiyuki , Kawagishi Ikuro , Kitao Akio

    … Using high-pressure microscopy, we observed that high hydrostatic pressure fixes the motor rotation to the counter-clockwise direction. …

    Scientific Reports (10), 1-13, 2020-02-11

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  • Utility of Hand Hygiene Innovation by the Water Less Scrub Method to Prevent of Infection in the Acute Stage of Disaster-Case Scenario  [in Japanese]

    Okayama Takafumi , Kakeda Takahiro

    … A randomized control trial with a counter-balanced design, including 19 adults (ten women), was performed using three methods, i.e., the water-less scrub method, the hand wipe method, and the control. … Three indexes were used to evaluate the effects of various strategies:total colony counts on the hand, bacterial identification, and a subjective evaluation of comfort using the visual analogue scale (VAS). …

    Japanese Journal of Nursing Art and Science 19(0), 121-130, 2020

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  • The Change of Oral Bacterial Count after Professional Oral Hygiene Care with a Newly Developed Gel and Suctioning  [in Japanese]

    Kajiwara Mieko , Matsuyama Miwa , Moriya Megumi , Sumi Yasunori

    … Aim:This study aimed to clarify the change of oral hygiene status after performing a new method of professional oral hygiene care using a newly-developed gel and suctioning with a probe in elderly patients without oral intake based on oral bacterial count.</p><p> … The number of oral bacteria was counted using a bacterial counter four times:at the baseline, immediately after, and 1 hour after the oral hygiene care on the first day, and 1 hour after on the fifth day. …

    Ronen Shika Igaku 34(4), 494-502, 2020

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  • Experimental validation of the accuracy and applicability of the bioimaging microcolony counter to microbial examination tests  [in Japanese]

    松尾 一生 , 星指 洋平 , 福岡 瑞紀 , 森山 誠 , 海谷 慎一 , 岸本 満

    … A bioimaging microcolony counter "ColoColoMee" using membrane filtering method combining a fluorescent staining technique for rapid and sensitive bacteria detection, was compared with the standard technique for evaluation of the viable bacterial counts in foods. …

    名古屋学芸大学健康・栄養研究所年報 = Annual Report of Institute of Health and Nutrition Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences (11), 9-20, 2019-12

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  • Discovery and Impact of the World's First Miracle Medicine─Sulfa Drugs  [in Japanese]

    Kobayashi Tsutomu

    … But they were almost helpless in terms of treating bacterial infection. … If they are unable to do this, they must change from new-drug manufacturers to over-the-counter or supplements manufacturer. …

    The Japanese Journal for the Histrory of Pharmacy 54(1), 13-18, 2019

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  • Study of single bacterial cell counter using dielectrophoretic force  [in Japanese]

    Yamaguchi Yukihiro , Yamamoto Takatoki

    … <p>We have proposed and experimentally demonstrated an electrostatic operation to make single stream of bacteria by dielectrophoresis for future bacteria counter detecting at single-cell level. … The device consists of a narrow center electrode sandwiched by two counter electrodes. …

    The Proceedings of the Symposium on Micro-Nano Science and Technology 2019.10(0), 20am2PN345, 2019

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  • Tribology Properties of C/C Composite with Bacterial Cellulose under Current Conduction and Thermal Condition  [in Japanese]

    OZAWA Yoshihito , OZAWA Takumi

    … <p>Bacterial cellulose (BC) is a natural fiber synthesized by bacterium. … The dry sliding wear test was carried out against the Oxygen Free Copper (OFC) and SUS304 counter face materials by using a pin on drum type tribology apparatus. …

    The Proceedings of the Materials and Mechanics Conference 2019(0), OS0226, 2019

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  • 2-Methacryloyloxyethyl phosphorylcholine (MPC)-polymer suppresses an increase of oral bacteria: a single-blind, crossover clinical trial

    Fujiwara Natsumi , Yumoto Hiromichi , Miyamoto Koji , Hirota Katsuhiko , Nakae Hiromi , Tanaka Saya , Murakami Keiji , Kudo Yasusei , Ozaki Kazumi , Miyake Yoichiro

    … Objectives The biocompatible 2-methacryloyloxyethyl phosphorylcholine (MPC)-polymers, which mimic a biomembrane, reduce protein adsorption and bacterial adhesion and inhibit cell attachment. … The aim of this study is to clarify whether MPC-polymer can suppress the bacterial adherence in oral cavity by a crossover design. …

    Clinical Oral Investigations 23(2), 739-746, 2018-05-16

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  • The Investigation of Finger Contamination after Wiping off the Hand Wash Water Drops on a Washbasin  [in Japanese]

    Arai Naoko , Sunami Nobuko , Takahashi Sachiko , Saito Michiyo , Ito Fumiko , Kato Shihoko , Horiuchi Yuko , Terayama Noriko , Goto Kazuo

    …  In a clinical situation, the behavior of wiping off water drops on a wash basin counter with a paper towel, which was used to dry hands after washing them, is routinely observed. … There are various bacteria on the wash basin counter. … The ATP values are used as the indicator of bacterial contamination. …

    Japanese Journal of Nursing Art and Science 17(0), 26-32, 2018

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  • Factors contributing to airborne particle dispersal in the operating room

    Noguchi Chieko , Koseki Hironobu , Horiuchi Hidehiko , Yonekura Akihiko , Tomita Masato , Higuchi Takashi , Sunagawa Shinya , Osaki Makoto

    … The generation and behavior of airborne particles were filmed using a fine particle visualization system, and the number of airborne particles in 2.83 m3 of air was counted using a laser particle counter. … Conclusions: The results of this study suggest that surgical staff should avoid unnecessary actions that produce a large number of airborne particles near a sterile area and that laminar airflow has the potential to reduce the incidence of bacterial contamination. …

    BMC Surgery (17), 78, 2017-07

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  • Development of BC/BP Composites Containing Bacterial Cellulose and Si from Bamboo Charcoal and Friction and Wear Properties  [in Japanese]

    LKHAGVASUREN Uugansuren , OZAWA Yoshihito , KIKUCHI Tokio

    Bacterial cellulose (BC) can be also used in composite materials, usually combined with both organic and inorganic particles. … The dry sliding wear test for the composites had been carried out against the SUS304 counter face by using a pin-on-drum type tribological apparatus. …

    Journal of the Japan Society for Composite Materials 43(1), 9-17, 2017

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  • Inhibitory effect for proliferation of oral bacteria in dogs by tooth brushing and application of toothpaste

    WATANABE Kazuhiro , KIJIMA Saku , NONAKA Chie , MATSUKAWA Yuki , YAMAZOE Kazuaki

    … To investigate inhibitory effect for oral bacterial proliferation, we divided 12 dogs into 3 groups; … Before scaling (Pre) and at 0 to 8 weeks after scaling (0–8 w), we collected oral bacteria from the dental surface every week and counted them using a bacterial counter. …

    Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 78(7), 1205-1208, 2016

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  • The Effect of Gel-type Moisturizer on the Number of Bacteria in Saliva after Tooth-brushing  [in Japanese]

    MIYAHARA Kouta , OGASAWARA Tadashi , SHINOTSUKA Koichi , IWASAKI Hitoshi , MATSUMURA Kohei , OKADA Yoshiyuki , HAISHIMA Hiroyuki , FUJITA Megumi , SUMI Yasunori

    … was taken and the total number of bacteria was measured by a bacterial counter(Panasonic Healthcare Co., Ltd.). … The rate of increase in bacterial count in saliva after assisted tooth-brushing with gel(median 35.3%)was significantly lower than that with water(median 162.5%). …

    Journal of the Japanese Society for Disability and Oral Health 37(1), 16-21, 2016

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  • Multicenter Study on Environments for the Preparation of Infusions in Clinical Wards and Related Prescriptions  [in Japanese]

    KATSUDA Yu , OHONO Seiko , SHIMIZU Tsunehiro , FUJITA Naohisa , KOSAKA Tadashi , MURATA Tatsunori , FUNAKOSHI Mari , INOUE Takayuki , YAMASHITA Michiko , SUGITA Naoya , KATSUI Yasushi , SAWADA Shinji

    … The air cleanliness level was measured in 9 departments of 5 facilities, using a particle counter and air sampler to identify airborne particles and microbes and clarify the number of colonies per 1 m<sup>3</sup>. … Considering the low air cleanliness level in areas with preparation tables, and the finding that more than 30% of prescription drugs were used for 3–hour or longer infusion, the risk of bacterial contamination is likely to be high. …

    Japanese Journal of Infection Prevention and Control 30(5), 354-361, 2015

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  • Tooth brushing inhibits oral bacteria in dogs

    WATANABE Kazuhiro , HAYASHI Kotaro , KIJIMA Saku , NONAKA Chie , YAMAZOE Kazuaki

    … In this study, scaling, polishing and daily tooth brushing were performed in 20 beagle dogs, and the number of oral bacteria was determined using a bacterial counter. … The findings suggest that daily tooth brushing inhibited oral bacterial growth in the dogs. …

    Journal of Veterinary Medical Science 77(10), 1323-1325, 2015

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  • Novel Dammarane-Type Triterpene Saponins from <i>Panax ginseng</i> Root

    Lee Dong Gu , Lee Ah Young , Kim Kyung-Tack , Cho Eun Ju , Lee Sanghyun

    … root by repeated column chromatography (CC), medium pressure liquid chromatography (MPLC), high-speed counter current chromatography (HSCCC), and semi-preparative HPLC. … They showed good hydroxyl radical scavenging activity and anti-bacterial activity against <i>Escherichia coli</i> … Among them, ginsenoside-Rs11 (<b>3</b>) showed the best anti-oxidative, anti-bacterial, and anti-cancer activities. …

    Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 63(11), 927-934, 2015

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  • Measurement of oral bacterial counts in dogs by dielectrophoretic impedance

    Takahashi Soraaki , Kuratani Motoi , Tanaka Maho , Ito Tetsuro , Kanemaki Nobuyuki , Shirai Mitsuyuki , Nomura Ryota , Nakano Kazuhiko , Asai Fumitoshi

    … The purpose of this study was to determine the suitability for measurement of oral bacterial counts (OBC) in dogs using a new device that operates on the principle of dielectrophoretic impedance. … Using this device, bacterial counts were successfully measured in swabs collected from the mouths of 5 non-anesthetized beagles. …

    Fundamental Toxicological Sciences 2(2), 83-87, 2015

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  • Bacterial counts on the surface of dried horse mackerels purchased at markets and self-made ones  [in Japanese]

    Hirahara Yoshichika , Harada Yasuyuki , Kitagawa Kanako , Tetsumi Tadahiro , Nakamuro Katsuhiko

    … These results suggested that a strict hygienic management in preservation, transport and over-the-counter is required. …

    Japanese Journal of Food Chemistry and Safety 22(3), 195-199, 2015

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  • A new hydrogen administration method for cardiac graft preservation  [in Japanese]

    Nakao Atsunori , Noda Kentaro , Kawamura Tomohiro , Kohama Keisuke , Yamada Taihei , Kokubo Kenichi , Kobayashi Hirosuke , Kotani Joji

    … Hydrogen(H2), used as a treatment to counter adverse events associated with organ transplantation, is valued not only as an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-apoptotic agent, but also possibly as a mitochondrial protector. …

    Organ Biology 21(2), 150-158, 2014

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  • Physico-Chemical Studies on the Interaction of Bacterial Polysaccharide- Surfactant Aggregates with Special Reference to their Hydrodynamic Behavior

    Dasgupta Satwati , Nath Ranendu Kumar , Manna Kaushik , Mitra Ashish , Panda Amiya Kumar

    … The interaction between oppositely charged polymer-surfactants are governed by the nature of the charged head group and of the counter ion, charge density and rigidity of the polymer architecture, CMC of the surfactant systems, concentration of surfactant (C<sub>s</sub>). …

    Journal of Oleo Science 63(10), 1063-1075, 2014

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