Hiroyuki Nakano

Last Updated :2019/12/02

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, ., Professor
E-mail
hnakanohiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Agriculture, Osaka Prefecture University
  • Master of Agriculture, Hiroshima University

Research Fields

  • Agricultural sciences;Agricultural chemistry;Food science

Research Keywords

  • growth
  • ecology
  • control
  • food
  • environment
  • antimicrobials
  • Clostridium botulinum
  • food poisoning bacteria

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2019, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 3Term, Food safety and health science
  2. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Public Health
  3. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Agricultural Production Resources
  4. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Laboratory Work in General Biology I
  5. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Reading of Foreign Literature
  6. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Introduction to Microbiology
  7. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Food Hygiene
  8. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Laboratory Work in Food Hygiene
  9. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Academic Year, Graduation Thesis
  10. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Modern Food Science
  11. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Exercises in Food Science and Biofunctions (B)
  12. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Exercises in Food Science and Biofunctions (B)
  13. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Practice in Food Science and Biofunctions
  14. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , OutOfTerm(1st), Microbiology for Food Safety I
  15. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Microbiology for Food Safety II
  16. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Exercises in Food andAgriLife Science B
  17. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Research for Academic Degree Dissertation in Food andAgriLife Science
  18. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Exercises in Food andAgriLife Science A
  19. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Exercises in Food andAgriLife Science A
  20. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Exercises in Food andAgriLife Science B
  21. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Microbiology for Food Safety I
  22. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Microbiology for Food Safety II

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Vibrio virulence factors and the quantitative analysis of cytotoxiicity elaborated by environmental isolates, Cytobios, 66(266-267), 143-151, 19910401
  2. Factors affecting cytotoxic activity of Vibrio vulnificus, Biomedical Letters, 46(1), 199-205, 19910301
  3. Incidence of Clostridium botulinum in honey of various origins, Japanese Journal of Medical Science and Biology, 43, 447-458, 19900401
  4. Distribution and characterization of hemolytic,and enteropathogenic motile Aeromonas in aquatic environment, Microbiology Immunology, 34(5), 447-458, 19900301
  5. The role of sinking particles in the overwintering process of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in a marine environment, FEMS Microbiology and Ecology, 73(2), 159-166, 19900201
  6. Influences of simultaneous physicochemical stress exposures on injury and subsequent responses of E. coli O157:H7 to resuscitative and inactivative challenges, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY, 139(3), 182-192, 2010
  7. Effects of culture conditions on the subsequent heat inactivation of E. coli O157:H7 in apple juice, FOOD CONTROL, 22(8), 1456-1460, 2011
  8. Effects of Chlorine-Based Antimicrobial Treatments on the Microbiological Qualities of Selected Leafy Vegetables and Wash Water, FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, 20(4), 765-774, 2014
  9. Efficacy of Essential Oils on Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Vegetable Juice, FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, 20(5), 1043-1049, 2014
  10. Seasonal distribution of Vibrio parahaemolyticus serotypes along the oyster beds in Hiroshima coast, Journal of the Applird Biological Science= Hiroshima Univ., 28, 49-61, 19890401
  11. Microbiological aspects and recovery of Salmonella in retailed foods, Journal of the Applird Biological Science= Hiroshima Univ., 27, 33-39, 19880401
  12. Heat-sensitizing effects of plant extracts on Clostridium spp. spores, FOOD CONTROL, 22(1), 99-104, 42746
  13. Responses of E. coli O157:H7, L. monocytogenes 1/2 c and Salmonella enteritidis to pH, a(w) and temperature stress combinations, FOOD CONTROL, 21(5), 644-650, 42865
  14. Antimicrobial efficacies of plant extracts and sodium nitrite against Clostridium botulinum, FOOD CONTROL, 21(7), 1030-1036, 42926
  15. Efficacy of Essential Oils on Inactivation of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Vegetable Juice, FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, 20(5), 1043-1049, 2014
  16. Effects of Chlorine-Based Antimicrobial Treatments on the Microbiological Qualities of Selected Leafy Vegetables and Wash Water, FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH, 20(4), 765-774, 2014-Jul
  17. Production of bacteriocin by Leuconostoc mesenteroides 406 isolated from Mongolian fermented mare's milk, airag, ANIMAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 83(10), 704-711, 43020
  18. Effects of culture conditions on the subsequent heat inactivation of E. coli O157:H7 in apple juice, FOOD CONTROL, 22(8), 1456-1460, 42958
  19. Influences of simultaneous physicochemical stress exposures on injury and subsequent responses of E. coli O157:H7 to resuscitative and inactivative challenges, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY, 139(3), 182-192, MAY 15 2010
  20. Application of response surface methodology in the formulation of nutrient broth systems with predetermined pH and water activities, AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY RESEARCH, 3(11), 833-839, 43048
  21. Heat Activation of Neosartorya and Talaromyces Ascospores and Enhancement by Organic Acids, BIOCONTROL SCIENCE, 14(3), 87-95, 42987
  22. Inactivation of Salmonella, E-coli and Listeria monocytogenes in phosphate-buffered saline and apple juice by ultraviolet and heat treatments, FOOD CONTROL, 20(4), 443-446, 42834
  23. Existence of functional lingual antimicrobials peptide (LAP) in bovine milk., Journal of Dairy Science, 92, 2691-2695, 2009
  24. Heat Resistance of Fungi Isolated from Frozen Blueberries, JOURNAL OF FOOD PROTECTION, 71(10), 2030-2035, 43016
  25. Prevalence and characterization of integrons in non-typhoid Salmonella serovars isolated in Japan: description of an unusual class 2 integron, 5th International Symposium on Antimicrobial Agents and Resistance, 20050401
  26. Molecular characterization of integrons in non-typhoid Salmonella serovars isolated in Japan: description of an unusual class 2 integron, Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 55(3), 371-374, 20050301
  27. Genotypic characterization of Clostridium botulinum strains producing type A neurotoxin complexes by random amplified polymorphic DNA and PCR-RFLP analysis., 22(4), 148-154, 20050131
  28. Invasion of Salmonella Enteritidis in the tissues of reproductive organs in laying Japanese quail: an immunocytochemical study, Poultry Science, 82, 1170-1173, 20030401
  29. Rapid, quantitative PCR monitoring of growth of Clostridium botulinum type E in modified-atmosphere-packaged fish, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, 67(1), 206-216, 42736
  30. Estimation of the viability of Vibrio cholerae 0139 by assessing cell membrane integrity, Microbios, 92, 83-89, 19970401
  31. Antibacterial activity of spice extracts against food-related bacteria, Journal of The Faculty of Applied biological Science Hiroshima University, 35(2), 181-190, 19960401
  32. The genes for the Clostridium botulinum type G toxin complex are on a plasmid., Infection and Immunity, 63, 2087-2091, 19950401
  33. Multiplication fo Clostridium botulinum in dead honey-bees and bee pupae, a likely source of heavy contamination of honey., International Journal of Food Microbiology, 21, 247-252, 19940401
  34. Detection of Clostridium botulinum in natural sweetening, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 16(2), 117-121, 19920601
  35. Motile Enterococci: Chemotaxis and flagella rotation, New perspectives on Streptococci and Streptococcal infections, 19920401
  36. Distribution of Vibrio cholerae non-O1 in and around the Hiroshima city aguatic environment, Japan, Journal of General Microbiology, 37, 467-477, 19910401
  37. Significance of sinking particles in the distribution of motile Aeromonas during the winter season, Microbios, 68(1), 73-85, 19911201
  38. An unusually heavy contamination of honey products by Clostridium botulinum type F and Bacillus alvei, FEMS Microbiology Letters, 79(2+3), 171-178, 19910401
  39. A pad pre-enrichment technique for the isolation of members of the Vibrionaceae, Microbios Letters, 42(1), 7-12, 19891001
  40. Characterization of toxigenic Vibrios isolated from the freshwater environment of Hiroshima,Japan, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 55(10), 2613-2618, 19891001
  41. Ecology of Vibrio cholerae non-O1 and Salmonella spp. and role of zooplankton in their seasonal distribution in Fukuyama coastal waters,Japan, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 55(6), 1591-1598, 19890601
  42. The association of Vibrio parahaemolyticus serotypes with zooplankton and its relationship with bacterial indicators of pollution, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 11(2), 194-201, 19890301
  43. Occurrence and distribution of bioluminescent bacteria in the Seto Inland Sea, 55(3), 467-473, 19890301
  44. Occurrence and distribution of Vibrio spp., Listonella spp., and Clostridium botulinum in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 55(3), 559-567, 19890301
  45. Motile streptococci: Mainly streptococci other than group D, Recent advances in Streptococci and Streptococcal Diseases, 1(1), 67-68, 19840901
  46. Inactivation of Salmonella, E-coli and Listeria monocytogenes in phosphate-buffered saline and apple juice by ultraviolet and heat treatments, FOOD CONTROL, 20(4), 443-446, 2009
  47. Heat Activation of Neosartorya and Talaromyces Ascospores and Enhancement by Organic Acids, BIOCONTROL SCIENCE, 14(3), 87-95, 2009
  48. Application of response surface methodology in the formulation of nutrient broth systems with predetermined pH and water activities, AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY RESEARCH, 3(11), 833-839, 2009
  49. Ultraviolet-C resistance of selected spoilage yeasts in orange juice, FOOD MICROBIOLOGY, 78, 73-81, 201904
  50. Decimal reduction energies of UV-C-irradiated spoilage yeasts in coconut liquid endosperm, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY, 290, 170-179, 20190202
  51. Effects of diluents, temperature and pH on the enumeration and growth kinetics of Alicyclobacillus acidoterrestris in standard growth media, LWT-FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 104, 148-158, 201905