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Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 4885 , IFM 4993 , IFM 41538 , IFM 41540 , IFM 41541 , IFM 41542 , IFM 46077 , IFM 46078 , IFM 46442 , IFM 46445 , ... The first isolation of Hortaea werneckii from a household guinea pig.
Algae NIES-2864 , NIES-2865 , NIES-2866 Molecular diversity of endosymbiotic Nephroselmis (Nephroselmidophyceae) in Hatena arenicola (Katablepharidophycota).
Algae NIES-712 , NIES-713 , NIES-714 , NIES-708 , NIES-1004 Osmotolerance in the Cryptophyceae: jacks-of-all-trades in the Chroomonas Clade.
Algae NIES-774 , NIES-777 , NIES-784 , NIES-152 A multilocus phylogeny of the desmid genus Micrasterias (Streptophyta): evidence for the accelerated rate of morphological evolution in protists.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 5446 , IFM 5774 , IFM 5777 , IFM 40213 , IFM 40214 , IFM 40217 , IFM 46566 , IFM 47107 , IFM 47108 , IFM 47121 , ... New PCR primer pairs specific for Candida dubliniensis and detection of the fungi from the Candida albicans clinical isolates in Japan.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 48154 The first isolation in Japan of Trichophyton mentagrophytes var. erinacei causing tinea manuum.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 62316 Candida sorbosivorans sp. nov., a new member of the genus Candida Berkhout.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 40213 , IFM 53574 Three isolations of Chaetomium globosum from erythematous epilation of canine skin.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 41620 , IFM 41621 , IFM 41622 , IFM 41623 , IFM 41624 , IFM 41625 , IFM 41626 , IFM 41627 , IFM 41629 , IFM 41630 , ... An atypical Paracoccidioides brasiliensis clinical isolate based on multiple gene analysis.
Pathogenic microorganisms , General Microbes IFM 5305 , IFM 5306 , IFM 5308 , IFM 5309 , IFM 5310 , IFM 46456 , IFM 46457 , IFM 46928 , IFM 47488 , IFM 47490 , ... Kerion celsi due to Arthroderma incurvatum infection in a Sri Lankan child: species identification and analysis of area-dependent genetic polymorphism.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 41473 , IFM 52602 , IFM 52663 , IFM 54735 , IFM 54736 , IFM 54737 , IFM 54738 , IFM 54739 Ochroconis calidifluminalis, a sibling of the neurotropic pathogen O. gallopava, isolated from hot spring.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0092 , IFM 0236 , IFM 0265 , IFM 0283 , IFM 0286 , IFM 0290 , IFM 0319 , IFM 0323 , IFM 0333 , IFM 0372 , ... Lymphocutaneous type of nocardiosis caused by Nocardia vinacea in a patient with polymyositis.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 4876 , IFM 4877 , IFM 41479 , IFM 47653 Pathogenicity of strains of the black yeast Exophiala (Wangiella) dermatitidis: an evaluation based on polymerase chain reaction.
Algae NIES-19 , NIES-21 , NIES-23 , NIES-40 , NIES-41 , NIES-80 Geographical segregation of the neurotoxin-producing cyanobacterium Anabaena circinalis.
Rats Differential gene expression profiles in colon epithelium of two rat strains with distinct susceptibility to colon carcinogenesis after exposure to PhIP in combination with dietary high fat.
Silkworms Silkbase Evolution of target specificity in R1 clade non-LTR retrotransposons.
Wheat , Barley TACBOW0116 , TACBOW0115 , TACBOW0051 , TACBOW0052 , TACBOW0053 , TACBOW0054 , TACBOW0055 , TACBOW0056 Genomic differentiation of Hordeum chilense from H. vulgare as revealed by repetitive and EST sequences.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0245 , IFM 0263 , IFM 0731 , IFM 0860 , JCM 10666 , JCM 3332 , JCM 6044 , JCM 4826 , JCM 3360 , JCM 3224 , ... Nocardia asiatica sp. nov., isolated from patients with nocardiosis in Japan and clinical specimens from Thailand.
Pathogenic microorganisms IFM 0092 , IFM 0239 , IFM 0260 , IFM 0265 , IFM 0286 , IFM 0330 , IFM 0636 , IFM 0833 , IFM 0856 , JCM 11891? , ... Nocardia inohanensis sp. nov., Nocardia yamanashiensis sp. nov. and Nocardia niigatensis sp. nov., isolated from clinical specimens.
Pathogenic microorganisms JCM 11416? , JCM 11415? , JCM 7570? Sphingomonas yabuuchiae sp. nov. and Brevundimonas nasdae sp. nov., isolated from the Russian space laboratory Mir.