Takeshi Mikami

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Name
Takeshi Mikami
E-mail
t-mikamitoutan.ac.jp
Affiliation
Tohoku Women's Junior College
Section
Livelihood Culture Course

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2011
   
 
Associate professor, Tohoku Women's Junior College
 
Apr 1996
 - 
Mar 2011
Associate professor, Tohoku Pharmaceutical Univercity
 

Misc

 
MATSUKI Mitsuo, WATANABE Toshihiko, OGASAWARA Ayako, MIKAMI Takeshi, MATSUMOTO Tatsuji
Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan   128(8) 1203-1207   Aug 2008
Glutathione dose dependently inhibited melanin synthesis in the reaction of tyrosinase and L-DOPA. The inhibition of melanin synthesis was recovered by increasing the concentration of L-DOPA, but not recovered by increasing tyrosinase. Glutathione...
WATANABE Toshihiko, UENO Yukihiro, OGASAWARA Ayako, MIKAMI Takeshi, MATSUMOTO Tatsuji
Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan   127(7) 1139-1144   Jul 2007
When Cladosporium cladosporioides was cultured with cysteine, its growth was completely inhibited statically. The growth of C. cladosporioides cultured on potato-dextrose agar plates was also inhibited by the addition of cysteine. The production o...
IWAMOTO Luna, WATANABE Toshihiko, OGASAWARA Ayako, MIKAMI Takeshi, MATSUMOTO Tatsuji
Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan   126(3) 167-172   Mar 2006
The adherence of Candida albicans strain NIH A207 to plastic plates was inhibited by the addition of mannan, and plates coated with mannan also inhibited the adherence of C. albicans strains TIMM1768, TIMM2640, and JCM2076. Mannan coated the plast...
OSANAI Tomonori, SAITO Miho, TAMURA Namie, WATANABE Toshihiko, MIKAMI Takeshi, MATSUMOTO Tatsuji
Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan   124(12) 983-987   Dec 2004
When Escherichia coli is cultured in nutrient broth at 1×10^3 cells/ml, 7.5 h are needed to detect cell growth as turbidity. The time to detect E. coli in this medium is reduced using the alamar blue method. Alamar blue is an oxidationreduction in...
WATANABE Toshihiko, SUZUKI Takuya, YOSHIKAWA Naoki, UENO Yukihiro, MIKAMI Takeshi, MATSUMOTO Tatsuji
Journal of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan   124(10) 699-703   Oct 2004
Photobacterium leiognathi cultured in marine broth emits a luminescence that is temporarily enhanced and then extinguished by glucose. Glucose reduces the luciferase level and the expression of lux ABG mRNA in P. leiognathi. The amount of ATP in P...