IASR Vol. 32, No. 12 (No. 382) December 2011

  • Sharing nucleotide sequence and epidemiological data on norovirus and sapovirus food poisoning outbreaks using online networks
  • Pansorbin-trap method for detection of viruses from foods implicated in food poisoning
  • Amorphous calcium phosphate nanoparticles for detection of viruses from foods
  • Improved norovirus detection from swab samples
  • Norovirus food poisoning outbreaks due to consumption of Crassostrea nippona , “summer oyster”, June 2011—Tokyo
  • Food poisoning outbreak due to consumption of norovirus, sapovirus and/or aichivirus-contaminated Crassostrea nippona , “summer oyster” in a hotel, June 2011—Yamanashi
  • Detection of norovirus and other gastroenteritis viruses in food poisonings attributable to bivalves, July 2000-December 2010—Hokkaido
  • Outbreak of norovirus, sapovirus and astrovirus infection due to consumption of uncooked shirasu , young sardines, May 2011 —Chiba City
  • Food poisoning outbreak at a kindergarten due to consumption of boxed lunch, from which norovirus genome was detected, September 2011—Sakai City
  • Norovirus genotype: progress towards international standardization of norovirus classification
  • First isolation of influenza type B virus of Yamagata lineage in 2011/12 season, September 2011—Sakai City
  • First isolation of influenza AH1pdm09 virus in 2011/12 season, October 2011—Saitama
  • Isolation of influenza AH3 virus in 2011/12 season, October 2011 —Saga
  • Isolation of influenza AH3 virus from an outbreak in a primary school, October 2011—Hyogo
  • A leptospirosis case after a typhoon, October 2011—Mie
  • Isolation of Kudoa septempunctata from flatfishes served and vomits of patients in three outbreaks of vomiting and diarrhea, June-August 2011—Hyogo
  • HIV/AIDS in Japan, July-September 2011

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