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articleThapa, Jeewan; Watanabe, Takanori; Isoba, Mana; Okubo, Torahiko; Abe, Kiyotake; Minami, Kunihiro; Yamaguchi, HiroyukiChlamydia trachomatis isolated from cervicovaginal samples in Sapporo, Japan, reveals the circulation of genetically diverse strains.-BMC infectious diseases-16-Jan-2020
articleShimoda, Tomoko; Okubo, Torahiko; Enoeda, Yoshiki; Yano, Rika; Nakamura, Shinji; Thapa, Jeewan; Yamaguchi, HiroyukiEffect of thermal control of dry fomites on regulating the survival of human pathogenic bacteria responsible for nosocomial infections-PLoS ONE-27-Dec-2019
articleYano, Rika; Okubo, Torahiko; Shimoda, Tomoko; Matsuo, Junji; Yamaguchi, HiroyukiA simple and short microbiology practical improves undergraduate nursing students' awareness of bacterial traits and ability to avoid spreading infections.-BMC medical education-11-Feb-2019
article (author version)Okubo, Torahiko; Matsushita, Mizue; Nakamura, Shinji; Matsuo, Junji; Nagai, Hiroki; Yamaguchi, HiroyukiAcanthamoeba S13WT relies on its bacterial endosymbiont to backpack human pathogenic bacteria and resist Legionella infection on solid media-Environmental microbiology reports-1-Jun-2018
article (author version)Maita, Chinatsu; Matsushita, Mizue; Miyoshi, Masahiro; Okubo, Torahiko; Nakamura, Shinji; Matsuo, Junji; Takemura, Masaharu; Miyake, Masaki; Nagai, Hiroki; Yamaguchi, HiroyukiAmoebal endosymbiont Neochlamydia protects host amoebae against Legionella pneumophila infection by preventing Legionella entry-Microbes and Infection-Apr-2018
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