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Tazuya-Murayama Keiko

ムラヤマ(タヅヤ) ケイコ | Tazuya-Murayama Keiko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://210.151.112.51/kenkyu/sites/sekkei/
Research field  (2): Biological pharmacy ,  Medical pharmacy
Research keywords  (2): rhabdomyolysis ,  vitaminology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2000 - Study on the drug interaction by cell culture cystem
  • 1978 - Study on the biosynthesis of thiamin
Papers (25):
MISC (31):
  • Tazuya-Murayama Keiko, Makoto Hiromura. The biosynthesis and mutual usage of vitamins by marine picoplankton. Vitamins (Japan). 2018. 92. 3. 132-135
  • Tazuya-Murayama Keiko. The new possibility of benfotiamine. Vitamins(Japan). 2015. 89. 9. 462-464
  • Yamamoto Yasuko, Moriyama Minehiro, Tazuya-Murayama Keiko. Thiamin binds prion protein. Vitamins(Japan). 2014. 88. 12. 616-618
  • Tazuya-Murayama, Keiko; Mishima, Motohiro; Yamada, Kazuko. One more suicide enzyme in the biosynthesis of thiamin in Yeast. Vitamins (Japan). 2014. 88. 3. 161-164
  • Tazuya-Murayama Keiko. A study on the taste-masking effect of various foods on 13 antibiotics. 2014. 30. 11-14
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Books (4):
  • Isotopically Labeled Precursors and Mass Sectrometry in Elucidating Biosynthesis of Pyrimidine Moiety of Thiamin in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
    Methods in Engymology 1997
  • Applied Therapeutics : The Clinical Use of Drugs
    Jiho 2001
  • Present Knowledge in Nutrition 10th Edition (Japanese edition)
    Kenpakusha(Tokyo, Japan) 2014
  • Clinical Pharmaceutics
    Nankodo 2017
Education (2):
  • - 1979 Mukogawa Women's University Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science
  • - 1981 Mukogawa Women's University Graduate School, Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK)
Work history (1):
  • 1981 - 2001 School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mukogawa Women's University, Research Assistant
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