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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2017, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 8
Hepatitis C virus (HCV), dengue virus (DENV) and Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) belong to the family Flaviviridae. Their viral particles have the envelope... 
Encephalitis | Antiviral agents | Phospholipase A2 | Dengue | Herpes simplex | Cytotoxicity | Lipids | Phospholipids | Drug development | Lipid bilayers | Golgi apparatus | Phospholipase | Influenza | Venom | Hepatitis C | Budding | Endoplasmic reticulum
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Brain and nerve = Shinkei kenkyu no shinpo, ISSN 1881-6096, 08/2019, Volume 71, Issue 8, p. 901
We evaluated the efficacy and safety of lorazepam (LZP) 4 mg for adults (age, 16 years old or older) or 0.05mg/kg for children (age, 3 months to less than 16... 
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Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2012, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 313 - 317
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by Watanabe, Akira and Yanagihara, Katsunori and Matsumoto, Tetsuya and Kohno, Shigeru and Aoki, Nobuki and Oguri, Toyoko and Sato, Junko and Muratani, Tetsuro and Yagisawa, Morimasa and Ogasawara, Kazuhiko and Koashi, Naoto and Kozuki, Tsuneo and Komoto, Akira and Takahashi, Yoshisaburo and Tsuji, Toshikatsu and Terada, Michinori and Nakanishi, Kunio and Hattori, Rikizo and Hirako, Yukio and Maruo, Akinori and Minamitani, Shinichi and Morita, Kohei and Wakamura, Tomotaro and Sunakawa, Keisuke and Iwata, Satoshi and Iwamoto, Aikichi and Ezaki, Takayuki and Onodera, Shoichi and Kusachi, Shinya and Tateda, Kazuhiro and Tanaka, Michio and Totsuka, Kyoichi and Niki, Yoshihito and Matsumoto, Tetsuro and Kadota, Junichi and Morinaga, Yoshitomo and Honma, Yasuo and Hanaki, Hideaki and Ohsaki, Yoshinobu and Honda, Yasuhito and Sasaoka, Shoichi and Takeda, Hiroaki and Ikeda, Hideki and Sugai, Atsuko and Miki, Makoto and Nakanowatari, Susumu and Takahashi, Hiroshi and Utagawa, Mutsuko and Kobayashi, Nobuyuki and Takasaki, Jin and Konosaki, Hisami and Aoki, Yasuko and Shoji, Michi and Goto, Hajime and Saraya, Takeshi and Kurai, Daisuke and Okazaki, Mitsuhiro and Kobayashi, Yoshio and Katono, Yasuhiro and Kawana, Akihiko and Saionji, Katsu and Miyazawa, Naoki and Sato, Yoshimi and Watanuki, Yuji and Kudo, Makoto and Ehara, Shigeru and Tsukada, Hiroki and Imai, Yumiko and Watabe, Nobuei and Aso, Sakura and Mikamo, Hiroshige and Yamagishi, Yuka and Takesue, Yoshio and Wada, Yasunao and Nakamura, Tadahiro and Mitsuno, Noriko and Mikasa, Keiichi and Kasahara, Kei and Uno, Kenji and Sano, Reiko and Miyashita, Naoyuki and Kurokawa, Yukinori and Takaya, Mariko and Shimizu, Satomi and Kuwabara, Masao and Watanabe, Yaeko and Doi, Masao and Negayama, Kiyoshi and Hiramatsu, Kazufumi and Honda, Junichi and Fujita, Masaki
Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2012, Volume 18, Issue 5, pp. 609 - 620
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Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2012, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp. 127 - 129
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by Niki, Yoshihito and Matsumoto, Tetsuya and Yagisawa, Morimasa and Kohno, Shigeru and Aoki, Nobuki and Watanabe, Akira and Sato, Junko and Hattori, Rikizo and Koashi, Naoto and Terada, Michinori and Kozuki, Tsuneo and Maruo, Akinori and Morita, Kohei and Ogasawara, Kazuhiko and Takahashi, Yoshisaburo and Matsuda, Kenji and Nakanishi, Kunio and Sunakawa, Keisuke and Totsuka, Kyoichi and Hanaki, Hideaki and Takeuchi, Kenichi and Fujimura, Seiichi and Takeda, Hiroaki and Ikeda, Hideki and Sato, Naohito and Niitsuma, Katsunao and Saito, Miwako and Koshiba, Shizuko and Kaneko, Michiyo and Miki, Makoto and Nakanowatari, Susumu and Takahashi, Hiroshi and Utagawa, Mutsuko and Nishiya, Hajime and Kawakami, Sayoko and Aoki, Yasuko and Chonabayashi, Naohiko and Sugiura, Hideko and Ichioka, Masahiko and Goto, Hajime and Kurai, Daisuke and Saraya, Takeshi and Okazaki, Mitsuhiro and Yoshida, Koichiro and Yoshida, Takashi and Tsukada, Hiroki and Imai, Yumiko and Honma, Yasuo and Yamamoto, Toshinobu and Kawai, Atsuro and Mikamo, Hiroshige and Takesue, Yoshio and Wada, Yasunao and Miyara, Takeyuki and Toda, Hirofumi and Mitsuno, Noriko and Fujikawa, Yasunori and Nakajima, Hirokazu and Kubo, Shuichi and Ohta, Yoshio and Mikasa, Keiichi and Kasahara, Kei and Koizumi, Akira and Sano, Reiko and Yagi, Shinichi and Takaya, Mariko and Kurokawa, Yukinori and Kusano, Nobuchika and Mihara, Eiichiro and Nose, Motoko and Kuwabara, Masao and Fujiue, Yoshihiro and Ishimaru, Toshiyuki and Matsubara, Nobuo and Kawasaki, Yuji and Tokuyasu, Hirokazu and Masui, Kayoko and Kido, Masamitsu and Ota, Toshiyuki and Honda, Junichi and Kadota, Junichi and Hiramatsu, Kazufumi and Aoki, Yosuke and Nagasawa, Zenzo and Yanagihara, Katsunori and Fujita, Jiro and Tateyama, Masao
Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2011, Volume 17, Issue 4, pp. 510 - 523
Abstract For the purpose of nationwide surveillance of the antimicrobial susceptibility of bacterial respiratory pathogens collected from patients in Japan,... 
Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine | Resistance | Respiratory tract infection | Surveillance | Susceptibility | Medicine & Public Health | Internal Medicine | Oncology | Infectious Diseases | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | PNEUMONIAE | TRENDS | Japan - epidemiology | Streptococcus pneumoniae - drug effects | Klebsiella pneumoniae - drug effects | Haemophilus influenzae - drug effects | Humans | Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus - drug effects | Bacteria - drug effects | Drug Resistance, Bacterial | Moraxella (Branhamella) catarrhalis - drug effects | Pseudomonas aeruginosa - drug effects | Microbial Sensitivity Tests | Respiratory Tract Infections - microbiology | Bacteria - isolation & purification | Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Inhibitory Concentration 50 | Adult | Anti-Bacterial Agents - pharmacology | Respiratory Tract Infections - epidemiology | Population Surveillance | Bacterial Infections - microbiology | Medical colleges | Pneumonia | Pathogenic microorganisms | Bacterial pneumonia | Staphylococcal infections | Environmental health | Disease susceptibility | Chemotherapy | Ampicillin | Analysis | Ciprofloxacin | Trade and professional associations | Cancer | Fluoroquinolones | lincosamides | Pathogens | Amikacin | Antimicrobial agents | Drug resistance | cephems | Antibacterial agents | Infection | Tetracyclines | Penicillin | Respiratory tract diseases | Carbapenems | Respiration | Glycopeptides | oxazolidinones | Imipenem
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Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2011, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 126 - 138
Abstract This study was conducted by the Japanese Society of Chemotherapy and is the first nationwide study on bacterial pathogens isolated from patients with... 
Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine | Surveillance | Urinary tract infection | Drug susceptibility | Medicine & Public Health | Internal Medicine | Oncology | Infectious Diseases | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | HOSPITALIZED-PATIENTS | RISK-FACTORS | FLUOROQUINOLONE RESISTANCE | PREVALENCE | WOMEN | RESISTANT ESCHERICHIA-COLI | PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | SPECTRUM BETA-LACTAMASES | KLEBSIELLA-PNEUMONIAE | TRIMETHOPRIM-SULFAMETHOXAZOLE | Japan - epidemiology | Enterococcus faecalis - drug effects | Enterobacteriaceae Infections - microbiology | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Enterobacteriaceae - isolation & purification | Gram-Positive Bacterial Infections - epidemiology | Microbial Sensitivity Tests | Enterococcus faecalis - isolation & purification | Urinary Tract Infections - epidemiology | Enterobacteriaceae - drug effects | Gram-Positive Bacterial Infections - microbiology | Societies, Scientific | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Urinary Tract Infections - microbiology | Aged | Anti-Bacterial Agents - pharmacology | Enterococcus faecalis - classification | Enterobacteriaceae - classification | Fluoroquinolones | Linezolid | Pathogens | Multidrug resistance | Data processing | Urinary tract | Vancomycin | Antibacterial agents | Infection | Chemotherapy | Hospitals | Ampicillin | Minimum inhibitory concentration | Carbapenems
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Pharmaceutical Medicine, ISSN 1178-2595, 2009, Volume 23, Issue 5-6, pp. 305 - 308
  Background: In Japan, the launch of new drugs is often delayed compared with other major regions, including the US and European countries. This so-called... 
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Pharmaceutical Medicine, ISSN 1178-2595, 10/2009, Volume 23, Issue 5-6, pp. 305 - 308
Background In Japan, the launch of new drugs is often delayed compared with other major regions, including the US and European countries. This so-called `drug... 
Research-and-development | printable descriptor | Data-collection | Pharmaceutical-industry | Clinical-trial-design | Drug-lag | Japanese-Ministry-of-Health,-Labour-and-Welfare | Pharmaceutical Sciences/Technology | Pharmacotherapy | Biomedicine | Pharmacology/Toxicology | Clinical trials | Research | Comparative analysis | Standards
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Japanese Journal of Antibiotics, ISSN 0368-2781, 04/2010, Volume 63, Issue 2, pp. 93 - 104
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by Watanabe, Akira and Yanagihara, Katsunori and Matsumoto, Tetsuya and Kohno, Shigeru and Aoki, Nobuki and Oguri, Toyoko and Sato, Junko and Muratani, Tetsuro and Yagisawa, Morimasa and Ogasawara, Kazuhiko and Koashi, Naoto and Kozuki, Tsuneo and Komoto, Akira and Takahashi, Yoshisaburo and Tsuji, Toshikatsu and Terada, Michinori and Nakanishi, Kunio and Hattori, Rikizo and Hirako, Yukio and Maruo, Akinori and Minamitani, Shinichi and Morita, Kohei and Wakamura, Tomotaro and Sunakawa, Keisuke and Hanaki, Hideaki and Ohsaki, Yoshinobu and Honda, Yasuhito and Sasaoka, Shoichi and Takeda, Hiroaki and Ikeda, Hideki and Sugai, Atsuko and Miki, Makoto and Nakanowatari, Susumu and Takahashi, Hiroshi and Utagawa, Mutsuko and Kobayashi, Nobuyuki and Takasaki, Jin and Konosaki, Hisami and Aoki, Yasuko and Shoji, Michi and Goto, Hajime and Saraya, Takeshi and Kurai, Daisuke and Okazaki, Mitsuhiro and Kobayashi, Yoshio and Katono, Yasuhiro and Kawana, Akihiko and Saionji, Katsu and Miyazawa, Naoki and Sato, Yoshimi and Watanuki, Yuji and Kudo, Makoto and Ehara, Shigeru and Tsukada, Hiroki and Imai, Yumiko and Watabe, Nobuei and Aso, Sakura and Honma, Yasuo and Mikamo, Hiroshige and Yamagishi, Yuka and Takesue, Yoshio and Wada, Yasunao and Nakamura, Tadahiro and Mitsuno, Noriko and Mikasa, Keiichi and Kasahara, Kei and Uno, Kenji and Sano, Reiko and Miyashita, Naoyuki and Kurokawa, Yukinori and Takaya, Mariko and Kuwabara, Masao and Watanabe, Yaeko and Doi, Masao and Shimizu, Satomi and Negayama, Kiyoshi and Kadota, Junichi and Hiramatsu, Kazufumi and Morinaga, Yoshitomo and Honda, Junichi and Fujita, Masaki and Iwata, Satoshi and Iwamoto, Aikichi and Ezaki, Takayuki and Onodera, Shoichi and Kusachi, Shinya and Tateda, Kazuhiro and Tanaka, Michio and Totsuka, Kyoichi and Niki, Yoshihito and Matsumoto, Tetsuro
Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 01/2015, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 78 - 80
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by Watanabe, Akira and Yanagihara, Katsunori and Matsumoto, Tetsuya and Kohno, Shigeru and Aoki, Nobuki and Oguri, Toyoko and Sato, Junko and Muratani, Tetsuro and Yagisawa, Morimasa and Ogasawara, Kazuhiko and Koashi, Naoto and Kozuki, Tsuneo and Komoto, Akira and Takahashi, Yoshisaburo and Tsuji, Toshikatsu and Terada, Michinori and Nakanishi, Kunio and Hattori, Rikizo and Hirako, Yukio and Maruo, Akinori and Minamitani, Shinichi and Morita, Kohei and Wakamura, Tomotaro and Sunakawa, Keisuke and Hanaki, Hideaki and Ohsaki, Yoshinobu and Honda, Yasuhito and Sasaoka, Shoichi and Takeda, Hiroaki and Ikeda, Hideki and Sugai, Atsuko and Miki, Makoto and Nakanowatari, Susumu and Takahashi, Hiroshi and Utagawa, Mutsuko and Kobayashi, Nobuyuki and Takasaki, Jin and Konosaki, Hisami and Aoki, Yasuko and Shoji, Michi and Goto, Hajime and Saraya, Takeshi and Kurai, Daisuke and Okazaki, Mitsuhiro and Kobayashi, Yoshio and Katono, Yasuhiro and Kawana, Akihiko and Saionji, Katsu and Miyazawa, Naoki and Sato, Yoshimi and Watanuki, Yuji and Kudo, Makoto and Ehara, Shigeru and Tsukada, Hiroki and Imai, Yumiko and Watabe, Nobuei and Aso, Sakura and Honma, Yasuo and Mikamo, Hiroshige and Yamagishi, Yuka and Takesue, Yoshio and Wada, Yasunao and Nakamura, Tadahiro and Mitsuno, Noriko and Mikasa, Keiichi and Kasahara, Kei and Uno, Kenji and Sano, Reiko and Miyashita, Naoyuki and Kurokawa, Yukinori and Takaya, Mariko and Kuwabara, Masao and Watanabe, Yaeko and Doi, Masao and Shimizu, Satomi and Negayama, Kiyoshi and Kadota, Junichi and Hiramatsu, Kazufumi and Morinaga, Yoshitomo and Honda, Junichi and Fujita, Masaki and Iwata, Satoshi and Iwamoto, Aikichi and Ezaki, Takayuki and Onodera, Shoichi and Kusachi, Shinya and Tateda, Kazuhiro and Tanaka, Michio and Totsuka, Kyoichi and Niki, Yoshihito and Matsumoto, Tetsuro
Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, ISSN 1341-321X, 2014, Volume 21, Issue 1, pp. 78 - 80
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Japanese Journal of Antibiotics, ISSN 0368-2781, 04/2010, Volume 63, Issue 2, pp. 171 - 177
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BBA - General Subjects, ISSN 0304-4165, 2003, Volume 1622, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 5
Cepharanthine (Ceph) is known as a potent antiperoxidative agent. Recently, we characterized the antiperoxidative effects of Ceph [Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1426... 
Antiperoxidant | Lipid peroxidation | Cepharanthine | Electron paramagnetic resonance | Radical scavenging | ASSAY | LIPID-PEROXIDATION | EPR | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | ELECTRON-SPIN RESONANCE | cepharanthine | lipid peroxidation | antiperoxidant | radical scavenging | INHIBITION | BIOPHYSICS | electron paramagnetic resonance | LIPOSOMES
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