Rotavirus, Virology, Genotype, Diarrhea and Rotavirus vaccine are his primary areas of study. Osamu Nakagomi studies Reoviridae, a branch of Rotavirus. In general Virology study, his work on Medical microbiology often relates to the realm of Reassortment, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Norovirus and Epidemiology. His Diarrhea study which covers Dysentery that intersects with Health services, Rotavirus Infections, Cohort study and Feces. His Serotype research includes elements of Viral disease, Asymptomatic and Neutralization.
Osamu Nakagomi mainly focuses on Rotavirus, Virology, Genotype, Diarrhea and Reoviridae. His work carried out in the field of Rotavirus brings together such families of science as Serotype and Gene. His Virology research includes themes of Molecular epidemiology, Epidemiology and Microbiology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Genotype and fields such as Phylogenetic tree with connections in the field of Phylogenetics. As part of the same scientific family, Osamu Nakagomi usually focuses on Norovirus, concentrating on Genetic variation and intersecting with Capsid. His Rotavirus vaccine study incorporates themes from Odds ratio, Environmental health, Vaccine efficacy, Vaccination and Pediatrics.
Osamu Nakagomi mostly deals with Rotavirus, Virology, Genotype, Gene and Genome. He works in the field of Rotavirus, namely Rotavirus vaccine. He has researched Virology in several fields, including Molecular epidemiology and Microbiology.
His studies deal with areas such as Lineage, Most recent common ancestor, Phylogenetic tree, Medical microbiology and Capsid as well as Genotype. His study in the field of Strain is also linked to topics like Reassortment. His Genome research incorporates themes from RNA, Illumina miseq and Phylogenetics.
His primary areas of investigation include Rotavirus, Rotavirus vaccine, Genotype, Virology and Pediatrics. His research investigates the connection between Rotavirus and topics such as Asymptomatic that intersect with issues in Immunology. His Rotavirus vaccine study combines topics in areas such as Mortality rate, Child mortality, Cohort study and Infant mortality.
His study looks at the relationship between Genotype and fields such as Lineage, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Specifically, his work in Virology is concerned with the study of Norovirus. His Pediatrics research integrates issues from Odds ratio, Incidence, Case-control study, Vaccination and Disease burden.
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Uniformity of rotavirus strain nomenclature proposed by the Rotavirus Classification Working Group (RCWG).
Jelle Matthijnssens;Max Ciarlet;Sarah M. McDonald;Houssam Attoui.
Archives of Virology (2011)
Serotype diversity and reassortment between human and animal rotavirus strains: implications for rotavirus vaccine programs.
Jon R. Gentsch;Ashley R. Laird;Brittany Bielfelt;Dixie D. Griffin.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2005)
Recommendations for the classification of group A rotaviruses using all 11 genomic RNA segments.
Jelle Matthijnssens;Max Ciarlet;Mustafizur Rahman;Mustafizur Rahman;Houssam Attoui.
Archives of Virology (2008)
Molecular epidemiology of noroviruses associated with acute sporadic gastroenteritis in children: Global distribution of genogroups, genotypes and GII.4 variants
T.N. Hoa Tran;Eamonn Trainor;Toyoko Nakagomi;Toyoko Nakagomi;Nigel A. Cunliffe.
Journal of Clinical Virology (2013)
Effectiveness of Monovalent Rotavirus Vaccine (Rotarix) against Severe Diarrhea Caused by Serotypically Unrelated G2P Strains in Brazil
Jailson B Correia;Manish M Patel;Osamu Nakagomi;Osamu Nakagomi;Fernanda M U Montenegro.
The Journal of Infectious Diseases (2010)
Predominance of rotavirus PG2 in a vaccinated population, Brazil.
Ricardo Q. Gurgel;Luis E. Cuevas;Sarah C.F. Vieira;Vanessa C.F. Barros.
Emerging Infectious Diseases (2007)
Histo-blood group antigen-like substances of human enteric bacteria as specific adsorbents for human noroviruses.
Takayuki Miura;Daisuke Sano;Atsushi Suenaga;Takeshi Yoshimura.
Journal of Virology (2013)
Genetic analysis of a human rotavirus that belongs to subgroup I but has an RNA pattern typical of subgroup II human rotaviruses.
O Nakagomi;T Nakagomi;Y Hoshino;J Flores.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (1987)
Effectiveness of a monovalent rotavirus vaccine in infants in Malawi after programmatic roll-out: an observational and case-control study
Naor Bar-Zeev;Naor Bar-Zeev;Lester Kapanda;Jacqueline E Tate;Khuzwayo C Jere;Khuzwayo C Jere.
Lancet Infectious Diseases (2015)
Is atopy increasing
Toyoko Nakagomi;Hideki Itaya;Tooru Tominaga;Mitsuo Yamaki.
The Lancet (1994)
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