(Last updated : 2020-07-15 11:40:16)
  Asanuma Narito
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Agriculture
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2018/12 Article Augmentation of dietary glucosylceramide hydrolysis by the novel bacterium Glucerabacter canisensis NATH-2371T (Collaboration) 
2. 2018/04 Article Glucerabacter canisensis gen. nov., sp. nov., isolated from dog feces and its effect on the hydrolysis of plant glucosylceramide in the intestine of dogs (Collaboration) 
3. 2016/03 Article Effects of dietary glucosylceramide on the improvement of skin barrier function and the alleviation of experimental bowel inflammation (Collaboration) 
4. 2015/04 Article Effects of nitrate addition to a diet on fermentation and microbial populations in the rumen of goats, with special reference to Selenomonas ruminantium having the ability to reduce nitrate and nitrite (Collaboration) 
5. 2012/03 Article Responses in digestion, rumen fermentation and microbial populations to inhibition of methane formation by a halogenated methane analogue. (Collaboration) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2019/10/17 The utilization of probiotics and probiotics to augment the digestion of glucosylceramide contained in plant foods (19th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference -INDC2019)
2. 2018/11/08 Metabolic pathway of conjugated fatty acids in newly isolated bacterium from dog feces (The Food Factor conference 2018)
3. 2018/11/08 Probiotic utilization of Glucerabacter canisensis for augmenting the digestion of glucosylceramide from plant foodstuffs (The Food Factor conference 2018)
4. 2018/09/24 Properties of a novel strain of Butyrivibrio fibrisolvens that has high ability to produce conjugated linoleic acid (18th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference -INDC2018)
5. 2018/09/23 Effects of conjugated fatty acids produced by intestinal bacteria on skin whitening (18th International Nutrition & Diagnostics Conference -INDC2018)
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■ Email Addresses
■ Current Specialized Field
Animal production science