AMENO Kiyoshi

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AMENO Kiyoshi
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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Kagawa University Faculty of Medicine, School of Medicine
 

Education

 
 
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1972
Faculty of Science, Kanazawa University
 

Misc

 
IgG subclass distributions of anti-horse serum antibodies and natural venom(jointly worked)
TOXICON   28(3)    1990
Species identification of blood and bloodstain by enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) using monoclonal anti-human hemoglobin antibody(jointly worked)
Res. Pract. Forens. Med.   30    1990
A rapid and sensitive quantitation of amitraz in plasma by gas chromatography with nitrogen-phosphorus detection and its application for pharmacokinetics(jointly worked)
J. Anal. Toxicol.   15(3) 
Simultaneous determination of paraquat and diquat in biological materials using second-derivative spectroscopy and high-performance liquid chromatography(jointly worked)
J. Anal. Toxicol.   15(3) 
Simultaneous determination of fenitrothion and its metobolite, 3-methyl - 4-nitrophenol, in serum and urine by high performance liquid chromatography and its application to a poisoning case
Res. Pract. Forens. Med.   35,97-100    1992

Books etc

 
Influence of alcohol on posturography-quantitative analysis of body sway area using a stabilometer(jointly worked)
Biomedical and social aspects of alcohol and alcoholism   1988   
In vitro studies of paraquat and diquat metabolism in organs and tissues of rats(English)(jointly worked)
Proceedings of the 30th International Meeting of TIAFT   1993   
Distribution of paraquat and diquat in various organs of human poisoning cases(English)(jointly worked)
Proceedings of the 30th International Meeting of TIAFT   1993   
Studies on postmortem diffusion of toluene after antemortem or postmortem toluene vapor exposure(English(jointly worked)
Proceedings of the 30th International Meeting of TIAFT   1993   
Concentration gradients of ethanol and acetaldehyde in blood from the various sampling sites in dogs doesd via the jejunal segment and the phormdiokimetic analysis of each ethanol concentration
Advances in Forensic Sciences Clinical Forensic Medicine Jerldy Dr. K(]J1151[)ster   1995   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Phamacokinetics and pharmaiodynamits of human poisoning CaSOs
The relationship between ethanol absorption and various kinds of physiological and biological factors
Relationship between individual differences in acute poisoning due to drugs and poisoning and DNA polymorphism