KISO


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KISOKorean International Student Organization (University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
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But the KISO report said, "It was an excessive measure that did not go through proper procedures."
(20) Kiso, M., Takahashi, K., Sakai-Tagawa, Y., Shinya, K., Sakabe, S., Le, Q.M., Ozawa, M., Furuta, Y.
"We want to make [the center] into the mecca for study on the Asian elephant," Kiso says, "As a scientist, I am excited that they are all here now, We have a lot of collaborators.
Kiso M, Tanaka S, Saba R, Matsuda S, Shimizu A, Ohyama M, et al.
She also travels to the Kiso Valley to walk the Nakasendo Way, an ancient route that once linked Tokyo to Kyoto, and arrives at the latter city in time for its famous cherry blossom season.
Before that, however, he made at least four torpedo attacks, including ones on the carrier Zuiho and the light cruiser Kiso. "We were full of our ourselves," he reflected, "so we thought we were superior to our buddies who flew dive-bombers like the SBD Dauntless and the SB2C Helldiver.
(10.) Nakano D, Kurumazuka D, Nagai Y, Nishiyama A, Kiso Y, Matsumura Y Dietary sesamin suppresses aortic NADPH oxidase in DOCA salt hypertensive rats.
Walking the Kiso Road: A Modern-Day Exploration of Old Japan
William Scott Wilson; WALKING THE KISO ROAD; Shambhala (Nonfiction: Travel) 16.95 ISBN: 9781611801255
Dr al-Kuwari also met a visiting delegation from the Japanese Cabinet Secretariat comprising Special Adviser to the prime minister of Japan, Isao Kiso, Adviser to the Cabinet Secretary, Io Amoto Kengo and Managing Director, National Congress of Industrial Heritage, Koko Kato.
For example, protective efficacy against viral infection was observed for oral administration of 10 mg/day/mouse for heat killed Lactobacillus pentosus (Kiso et al., 2013) and 10 mg/day/mouse for heat killed Lactobacillus gasseri (Kawase et al., 2012).