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IGIMI Sizunobu

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  • 農学博士 ( 1989.03   東京大学 )

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  • Tokyo University of Agriculture   Faculty of Applied Bio-Science   Department of Applied Biology and Chemistry   Professor

    2016.04 - 2018.03

  • Tokyo University of Agriculture   Faculty of Applied Bio-Science   Department of Agricultural Chemistry   Professor

    2018.04

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  • Draft Genome Sequences of Non-H 2 S-Producing Strains of Salmonella enterica Serovars Infantis, Enteritidis, Berta, and Kiambu in Japan. Reviewed

    Asakura H, Sakata J, Yamamoto S, Igimi S.

    Microbiol Resour Announc. (2020)   9 ( 30 )   2020.07

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  • PCR-based screening, isolation, and partial characterization of motile lactobacilli from various animal feces. Reviewed International journal

    Suzuki S, Fujita K, Maeno S, Shiwa Y, Endo A, Yokota K, Igimi S, Kajikawa A.

    BMC Microbiol. (2020)   20 ( 1 )   142   2020.06

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  • Adsorption of Tolaasins, the Toxins Behind Mushroom Bacterial Blotch, by Microbacterium spp. is Insufficient for Its Detoxification. Reviewed International journal

    Tomita S, Hirayasu A, Kajikawa A, Igimi S, Shinohara H, Yokota K.

    Curr Microbiol. (2020)   77 ( 6 )   910 - 917   2020.06

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  • NADH peroxidase plays a crucial role in consuming H2O2 in Lactobacillus casei IGM394. Reviewed

    Naraki S, Igimi S, Sasaki Y.

    Biosci Microbiota Food Health. (2020)   39 ( 2 )   45 - 56   2020

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  • Adsorption of tolaasins, the toxins behind mushroom bacterial blotch, by Microbacterium spp. is insufficient for its detoxification. Reviewed

    Tomita S, Hirayasu A, Kajikawa A, Igimi S, Shinohara H, Yokota K.

    Current Microbiology (2020)   2020

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