FUMITO MARUYAMA

Last Updated :2022/10/04

Affiliations, Positions
The IDEC Insitute; PHIS, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
fumitohiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
Principal Investigator of Microbial Genomics and Ecology Lab

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2005/04, 2006/03, Graduate School and School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University, Adjunct Fellows
  • 2006/04, 2006/07, Arid Land Research Center, Tottri University, Project Researcher
  • 2006/07, 2009/03, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo, Special Education Researcher
  • 2009/04, 2010/06, Tokyo Institute of Technology, School of Life Science and Technology, Department of Life Science and Technology, Assistant Professor
  • 2010/07, 2012/03, Department of Bacterial Infection Control, Graduate School of Medicine and Dentistry, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Associate Professor
  • 2012/04, 2014/06, Department of Environmental Genetics and Ecology, Graduate School of Life Science and Engineering, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Associate Professor
  • 2014/04, 2017/11, Scientific and technological bioresource nucleus,Universidad de La Frontera, Visiting Professor
  • 2014/07, 2019/06, Graduate School of Medicine and Faculty of Medicine Kyoto University, Section of Microbiology, Associate Professor
  • 2017/12, Scientific and technological bioresource nucleus,Universidad de La Frontera, professor ad-honorem

Educational Backgrounds

  • Osaka University, Japan, 2002/04, 2005/03
  • Osaka University, Japan, 2000/04, 2002/03
  • International Christian University, Japan, 1996/04, 2000/03

Academic Degrees

  • Osaka University
  • Osaka University

Research Fields

  • Medicine,dentistry, and pharmacy;Society medicine;Hygiene and public health
  • Environmental science;Environmental analyses and evaluation;Environmental dynamic analysis
  • Biological Sciences;Genome science;Medical genome science
  • Biology;Basic biology;Ecology / Environment
  • Medicine,dentistry, and pharmacy;Pharmacy;Environmental and hygienic pharmacy
  • Medicine,dentistry, and pharmacy;Basic medicine;Bacteriology (including mycology)

Research Keywords

  • Prokaryotic defense system
  • Evolution & Ecology
  • icrobial Genomics and Metagenomics
  • Homeostasis, inter-organism and inanimate object interactions
  • Bacterial flora and bacterial communities
  • Environmental Infections

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Society of Evolutionary Studies,Japan
  • Japanese Society of Chemotherapy
  • The Japanese Society for Clinical Microbiology
  • The Japanese Association for Infectious Diseases
  • Society for Genome Microbiology, Japan
  • Japanese society for Microbial Ecology
  • Japanese Society for Bacteriology

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Special Lectures in Biological Science(Basics and Recent topics in Microbial Genomics and Ecology)
  2. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Year, Systemic Disease Control
  3. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Genomic Medicine
  4. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced Seminar on Microbial Genomics and Ecology
  5. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Advanced Seminar on Microbial Genomics and Ecology
  6. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Advanced Research on Microbial Genomics and Ecology
  7. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Advanced Research on Microbial Genomics and Ecology
  8. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Lecture on Basic Biology(Basics and Recent topics in Microbial Genomics and Ecology)

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Protocol of living cell separation using the microfluidic dielectrophoresis integrated chip, STAR Protoc., 3(3), 101527, 20220916
  2. Understanding effects of ventilation on airborne microorganisms in build environments: A perspective, CLIMA 2022 Conference., 20220506
  3. Direct Attachment with Erythrocytes Augments Extracellular Growth of Pathogenic Mycobacteria, Microbiol Spectr., 10(2), e0245421, 20220427
  4. Characteristics of PM2.5 Pollution in Osorno, Chile: Ion Chromatography and Meteorological Data Analyses, Atmosphere., 13(2), 168, 202202
  5. Fabrication of a new all-in-one microfluidic dielectrophoresis integrated chip and living cell separation, iScience., 25(2), 103776, 20220218
  6. The effect of iron on Chilean Alexandrium catenella growth and paralytic shellfish toxin production as related to algal blooms, Biometals., 35(1), 39-51, 202202
  7. Label-Free Separation of Living Bacteria and Eukaryotic Cells by a Novel Microfluidic Dielectrophoresis Integrated Chip System, SSRN., 202108
  8. Genomic features of Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis isolated from pigs in Japan, Gigabyte., 20211112
  9. Impact of Hinoki Cypress Wood on Diversity of Microflora: A Case Study from Owase City Hall, Diversity., 13(10), 473, 202110
  10. Capsular polysaccharide switching in Streptococcus suis modulates host cell interactions and virulence, Sci Rep., 11(1), 6513, 20210322
  11. Genomic features of Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis isolated from pigs in Japan, bioRxiv., 20210615
  12. 16S rRNA-Based Analysis Reveals Differences in the Bacterial Community Present in Tissues of Choromytilus chorus (Mytilidae, Bivalvia) Grown in an Estuary and a Bay in Southern Chile, Diversity, 13(5), 209, 20210514
  13. CRISPR loci-PCR as Tool for Tracking Azospirillum sp. Strain B510, Microorganisms., 9(7), 1351, 20210622
  14. Genome-wide association study reveals putative bacterial risk factors for cavitary Mycobacterium avium complex lung disease, bioRxiv., 20210706
  15. Structure of bacterial communities in Japanese-style bathrooms: Comparative sequencing of bacteria in shower water and showerhead biofilms using a portable nanopore sequencer, bioRxiv., 20210714
  16. A Standardized Procedure for Monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms in Chile by Metabarcoding Analysis, J Vis Exp., 174, 20210826
  17. Relationship between the Microbiome and Indoor Temperature/Humidity in a Traditional Japanese House with a Thatched Roof in Kyoto, Japan, Diversity., 13(10), 475, 202110
  18. Diversification of the restriction–modification system of Streptococcus pyogenes through its acquisition of mobile elements, bioRxiv., 20200630
  19. Complete genome sequence of Helicobacter pylori strain ATCC 43504, a type strain that can infect Gerbils, Microbiol Resour Announc., 9(18), e00105-20, 20200430
  20. Emergence of a multidrug-resistant Enterobacter hormaechei clinical isolate from Egypt co-harboring MCR-9 and bla(VIM-4), Microorganisms., 8(4), 595, 20200420
  21. Ecogenomics of the marine benthic filamentous cyanobacterium Adonisia, Microb Ecol., 80(2), 249-265, 20200214
  22. Size resolved characteristics of urban and suburban bacterial bioaerosols in Japan as assessed by 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing, Sci Rep., 10(1), 12406, 20200722
  23. ★, Evaluation of PCR conditions for characterizing bacterial communities with full-length 16S rRNA genes using a portable nanopore sequencer, Sci Rep., 10(1), 12580, 20200728
  24. Isolation and characterization of antimicrobial-resistant Escherichia coli from retail meats from roadside butcheries in Uganda, Foodborne Pathog Dis., 17(11), 666-671, 20200617
  25. ★, Continuation and replacement of Vibrio cholerae non-O1 clonal genomic groups isolated from Plecoglossus altivelis fish in freshwaters, Environ Microbiol., 22(10), 4473-4484, 20200816
  26. Capsular polysaccharide switching in Streptococcus suis modulates host cell interactions and virulence, bioRxiv., 20201014
  27. Protocols for monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms for sustainable aquaculture and coastal fisheries in Chile, Int J Environ Res Public Health., 17(20), 7642, 20201020
  28. Suitcase Lab: New, portable and deployable equipment for rapid detection of specific harmful algae in Chilean coastal waters, Environ Sci Pollut Res Int., 18, 1-12, 20201118
  29. Isolation and characterization of cold-tolerant hyper-ACC-degrading bacteria from the rhizosphere, endosphere and phyllosphere of Antarctic vascular plants, Microoganisms., 8(11), 1788, 20201114
  30. Vibrio sp. ArtGut-C1, a polyhydroxybutyrate (PHB) producer isolated from the gut of the aquaculture live diet Artemia (Crustacea), Electron J Biotechnol., 49, 22-28, 20201030
  31. Airborne bacterial communities of outdoor environments and their associated influencing factors, Environ Int., 145, 106156, 202012
  32. 16S and 18S Metabarcoding analysis for Chilean coastal waters harmful algal blooms, Protocols.io, 20201023
  33. Application of serial tests for Mycobacterium tuberculosis detection to active lung tuberculosis cases in Indonesia, BMC Res Notes., 12(1), 313, 20190603
  34. Antarctic Streptomyces fildesensis So13.3 strain as a promising source for antimicrobials discovery, Sci Rep., 9(1), 7488, 20190516
  35. Genetic relatedness of Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis isolates from bathrooms of healthy volunteers, rivers, and soils in Japan with human clinical isolates from different geographical areas, Infect Genet Evol., 74, 103923, 201910
  36. Draft genome sequences of Mycolicibacterium peregrinum isolated from a pig with lymphadenitis and from soil on the same Japanese pig farm, BMC Res Notes., 12(1), 341, 20190617
  37. Genomewide assessment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis conditionally essential metabolic pathways, mSystems., 4(4), e00070-19, 20190625
  38. Airborne microbial communities at high-altitude and suburban sites in Toyama, Japan suggest a new perspective for bioprospecting, Front Bioeng Biotechnol., 7, 12, 20190205
  39. The recombination-cold region as an epidemiological marker of recombinogenic opportunistic pathogen Mycobacterium avium, BMC Genomics., 20(1), 752, 20191017
  40. Persistent colonization of non-lymphoid tissue-resident macrophages by Stenotrophomonas maltophilia, Int Immunol., 32(2), 133-141, 20191020
  41. Editorial: Bioprospecting and Biotechnology of Extremophiles, Front Bioeng Biotechnol., 7, 204, 20190823
  42. Genotypic diversity of Streptococcus suis and the S. suis-like bacterium Streptococcus ruminantium in ruminants, Vet Res., 50(1), 94, 20191114
  43. Genome-wide assessment of Mycobacterium tuberculosis conditionally essential metabolic pathways, bioRxiv., 20190514
  44. Acquired and innate immunity in prokaryotes define their evolutionary story, DNA traffic in the environment, Springer., 47-75, 201901
  45. Current opinion on methods and perspectives for tracking and monitoring of plant growth‒promoting bacteria, Soil Biol Biochem., 130, 205-219, 201903
  46. Science with industry: Microbes are us. But how can we see them?, KYOTO U Research News Spring, 2019
  47. 122. Change the Oceans, Change the World: CHILE - Japan and Chile Team up Against Red Tide, JICA's World April 2018, 10(2), 8-9, 2019
  48. Loss of bacitracin resistance due to a large genomic deletion among Bacillus anthracis strains, mSystems., 3(5), e00182-18, 20181030
  49. Assessment of pig saliva as a Streptococcus suis reservoir and potential source of infection on farms by use of a novel quantitative polymerase chain reaction assay, Am J Vet Res., 79(9), 941-948, 20180900
  50. Draft genome sequences of Mycolicibacter senuensis isolate GF74 and Mycobacterium colombiense isolates GF28 and GF76 from a swine farm in Japan, Microbiol Resour Announc., 7(10), e00936-18, 20180913
  51. Phenotypic and genotypic analyses of antimicrobial resistant bacteria in livestock in Uganda, Transboundary Emerg Dis., 66(1), 317-326, 20180927
  52. Draft Genome Sequence of Mycobacterium virginiense Strain GF75, Isolated from the Mud of a Swine Farm in Japan, Genome Announc., 6(17), e00362-18, 20180426
  53. Draft genome sequence of a Shewanella halifaxensis strain isolated from the intestine of marine red seabream (Pagrus major), which includes an integrative conjugative element with macrolide resistance genes, Genome Announc., 6(16), e00297-18, 20180419
  54. Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Hologenome in Oral Polymicrobial Disease, The Medical Frontline, 73(4), 509-522, 201804
  55. Interplay of a non-conjugative integrative element and a conjugative plasmid in the spread of antibiotic resistance via suicidal plasmid transfer from an aquaculture Vibrio isolate, PloS one., 13(6), e0198613, 20180607
  56. Complete genome sequence of the nonheterocystous cyanobacterium Pseudanabaena sp. ABRG5-3, Genome Announc., 6(6), e01608-17, 20180208
  57. Vibrio cholerae embraces two major evolutionary traits as revealed by targeted gene sequencing, Sci Rep., 8(1), 1631, 20180126
  58. Draft genome sequences of bacteria isolated from the Deschampsia antarctica phyllosphere, Extremophiles., 22(3), 537-552, 20180228
  59. ★, Population Structure and Local Adaptation of MAC Lung Disease Agent Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis, Genome Biol Evol., 9(9), 2403-2417, 20170901
  60. Infection sources of a common nontuberculous mycobacterial pathogen, Mycobacterium avium complex, Front Med (Lausanne)., 4, 27, 20170307
  61. Genetic diversity of environmental Vibrio cholerae O1 strains isolated in Northern Vietnam, Infect Genet Evol., 54, 146-151, 201710
  62. Investigation of potential targets of Porphyromonas CRISPRs among the genomes of Porphyromonas species, PloS One., 12(8), e0183752, 20170824
  63. ★, A locus encoding variable defence systems against invading DNA identified in Streptococcus suis, Genome Biol Evol., 9(4), 1000-1012, 20170401
  64. Genomic characteristics of Bifidobacterium thermacidophilum pig isolates and wild boar isolates reveal the unique presence of a putative mobile genetic element with tetW for pig farm isolates, Front Microb., 8, 1540, 20170815
  65. Erratum to: Rhizobacterial community structures associated with native plants grown in Chilean extreme environments, Microb Ecol., 73(1), 253, 201701
  66. YvqE and CovRS of Group A Streptococcus play a pivotal role in viability and phenotypic adaptations to multiple environmental stresses., PLoS One., 12(1), e0170612, 20170125
  67. Active microbiota show specific correlationships in peri-implantitis and periodontitis, J Stomatol Soc., 84, 25-35, 2017
  68. Transmission of airborne bacteria across built environments and its measurement standards: a review, Front Microbiol., 8, 2336, 20171129
  69. Holobiome : interplay between microbe and host, SEITAI NO KAGAKU, 68(2), 97-101, 201703
  70. Evolution and phylogeny of large DNA viruses, Mimiviridae and Phycodnaviridae including newly characterized Heterosigma akashiwo virus, Front Microbiol., 7, 1942, 20161130
  71. Streptococcus pyogenes Genomics, Streptococcus pyogenes : Basic Biology to Clinical Manifestations, NBK333426, 20160210
  72. ★, DNA-based culture-independent analysis detects the presence of group a streptococcus in throat samples from healthy adults in Japan, BMC Microbiol., 16(1), 237, 20161011
  73. Distinct interacting core taxa in co-occurrence networks enable discrimination of polymicrobial oral diseases with similar symptoms, Sci Rep., 6, 30997, 20160808
  74. Comparative genome analyses of Streptococcus suis isolates from endocarditis demonstrate persistence of dual phenotypic clones, PloS One., 11(7), e0159558, 20160719
  75. Rhizobacterial community structures associated with native plants grown in Chilean extreme environments, Microb Ecol., 72(3), 633-646, 201610
  76. Effect of phosphorus addition on total and alkaline phosphomonoesterase-harboring bacterial populations in ryegrass rhizosphere microsites, Biol Fertil Soils., 52(7), 1007-1019, 20160727
  77. Sequencing and analysis of the complete organellar genomes of Parmales, a closely related group to Bacillariophyta (diatoms), Curr Genet., 62(4), 887-896, 20160418
  78. Enantioselective utilization of D-amino acids by deep-sea microorganisms, Front Microbiol., 7, 511, 20160419
  79. Complete genome sequences of broad-host-range Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteriophages øR18 and øS12-1, Genome Announc., 4(3), e00041-16-16, 20160505
  80. CRISPR/Cas system: Novel roles for evolution and survival of bacterial pathogens and application for genome editing, Japanese Journal of Lactic Acid Bacteria, 26(1), 14-21, 20150316
  81. Current overview on the study of bacteria in the rhizosphere by modern molecular techniques: a mini-review, J Soil Sci Plant Nutr., 15(2), 504-523, 201501
  82. Deep sequencing analysis of the heterogeneity of seed and commercial lots of the bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) tuberculosis vaccine substrain Tokyo-172, Sci Rep., 5, 17827, 20151204
  83. Time-series metagenomic analysis reveals robustness of soil microbiome against chemical disturbance, DNA Res., 22(6), 413-424, 201512
  84. Domestication and cereal feeding developed domestic pig-type intestinal microbiota in animals of suidae, Anim Sci J., 87(6), 413-424, 201507
  85. Identification of a gene cluster responsible for hydrogen evolution in Vibrio tritonius strain AM2 with transcriptional analyses, Int J Hydrogen Energy., 40(30), 9137-9146, 20150810
  86. Characterization of 3 megabase-sized circular replicons from Vibrio cholerae, Emerg Infect Dis., 21(7), 1262-1263, 201507
  87. Genetic profiles of Propionibacterium acnes and identification of a unique transposon with novel insertion sequences in sarcoid and non-sarcoid isolates, Sci Rep., 5, 9832, 20150512
  88. Novel macrolide-resistance genes, mef(C) and mph(G), carried by plasmids from Vibrio and Photobacterium isolated from sediment and seawater of a coastal aquaculture site, Let Appl Microbiol., 61(1), 1-6, 201507
  89. ★, Comparative genome analysis and identification of competitive and cooperative interactions in a polymicrobial disease, ISME J., 9(3), 629-642, 201503
  90. Reappraisal of the taxonomy of Streptococcus suis serotypes 20, 22 and 26: Streptococcus parasuis sp. nov, Int J Syst Evol Microbiol., 65(Pt 2), 438-443, 201502
  91. Highlighting genome evolution by a novel acquires immunity system in prokaryotes, Antibiotics & Chemotherapy, 31(11), 118-128, 20151025
  92. Intraindividual variation in core microbiota in peri-implantitis and periodontitis, Sci Rep., 4, 6602, 20141013
  93. Rab17-mediated recycling endosomes contribute to autophagosome formation in response to Group A Streptococcus invasion, Cell Microbiol., 16(12), 1806-1821, 201412
  94. The nitrogen cycle in cryoconites: naturally occurring nitrification-denitrification granules on a glacier, Environ Microbiol., 16(10), 3250-3262, 201410
  95. Bacterial community structures in rhizosphere microsites of ryegrass (Lolium perenne var. Nui) as revealed by pyrosequencing, Biol Fertil Soils., 50(8), 1253-1266, 20140704
  96. Klebsormidium flaccidum genome reveals primary factors for plant terrestrial adaptation, Nature Commun., 5, 3978, 20140528
  97. Comparative genomic characterization of a Thailand-Myanmar isolate, MS6, of Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor, which is phylogenetically related to a "US Gulf Coast" clone, PLoS One., 9(6), e98120, 20140602
  98. Various pAQU plasmids possibly contribute to disseminate tetracycline resistance gene tet(M) among marine bacterial community, Front Microbiol., 5, 152, 20140512
  99. Analysis of the complete plastid genome of the unicellular red alga Porphyridium purpureum, J Plant Res., 127(3), 389-397, 201405
  100. Genome Sequence of a Bacillus anthracis Outbreak Strain from Zambia, 2011, Genome Announc., 2(2), e00116-14, 20140306
  101. Development of a two-step multiplex PCR assay for typing of capsular polysaccharide synthesis gene clusters of Streptococcus suis, J Clin Microbiol., 52(5), 1714-1719, 201405
  102. Analysis of the factors affecting the formation of the microbiome associated with chronic osteomyelitis of the jaw, Clin Microbiol Infect., 20(5), 309-317, 201405
  103. Design and experimental application of a novel non-degenerate universal primer set that amplifies prokaryotic 16S rRNA genes with a low possibility to amplify eukaryotic rRNA genes, DNA Res., 21(2), 217-227, 20131125
  104. Updating the Vibrio clades defined by multilocus sequence phylogeny: proposal of eight new clades, and the description of Vibrio tritonius sp. nov., Front Microbiol., 4, 414, 20131227
  105. Whole-genome sequence of the purple photosynthetic bacterium Rhodovulum sulfidophilum strain W4., Genome Announc., 1(4), e00577-13, 20130808
  106. CRISPR regulation of intraspecies diversification by limiting is transposition and intercellular recombination, Genome Biol Evol., 5(6), 1099-1114, 20130509
  107. Genetic analysis of capsular polysaccharide synthesis gene clusters from all serotypes of Streptococcus suis: potential mechanisms for generation of capsular variation, Appl Environ Microbiol., 79(8), 2796-2806, 201304
  108. Complete genome sequence of a Propionibacterium acnes isolate from a sarcoidosis patient, Genome Announc., 1(1), e00016-12, 201301
  109. Phytate addition to soil induces changes in the abundance and expression of Bacillus ß-propeller phytase genes in the rhizosphere, FEMS Microbiol Ecol., 83(2), 352-360, 20130201
  110. Diversity and universality of capsular polysaccharide synthesis gene clusters in Streptococcus suis, Appl Environ Microbiol., 79, 2493, 2013
  111. Analysis of the complete chloroplast genome of the unicellular red alga Porphyridium purpureum, Journal of the Japanese society of photosynthesis research, 22(3), 156-159, 201212
  112. Complete genome sequence of acidovorax sp. strain KKS102, a polychlorinated-biphenyl degrader, J Bacteriol., 194(24), 6970-6971, 20121203
  113. The small GTPases Rab9A and Rab23 function at distinct steps in autophagy during Group A Streptococcus infection, Cell Microbiol., 14(8), 1149-1165, 20120327
  114. Complete genome sequence of the serotype k Streptococcus mutans strain LJ23, J Bacteriol., 194(10), 2754-2755, 20120424
  115. Novel conjugative transferable multiple drug resistance plasmid pAQU1 from photobacterium damselae subsp. damselae isolated from marine aquaculture environment, Microbes Environ., 27(3), 263-272, 20120000
  116. Transition metal ions induce carnosinase activity in PepD-homologous protein from Porphyromonas gingivalis, Microb Pathog., 52(1), 17-24, 201201
  117. Genomic structure of the cyanobacterium synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 strain GT-S, DNA Res., 18(5), 393-399, 201110
  118. Complete genome sequence of the bacterium Porphyromonas gingivalis TDC60, which causes periodontal disease, J Bacteriol., 193(16), 4259-4260, 201108
  119. CRISPR inhibition of prophage acquisition in Streptococcus pyogenes, PLoS One., 6(5), e19543, 20110506
  120. The dawning era of comprehensive transcriptome analysis in cellular microbiology, Front Microbiol., 1, 118, 20101105
  121. VITCOMIC: visualization tool for taxonomic compositions of microbial communities based on 16S rRNA gene sequences, BMC Bioinfo., 11, 332, 20100118
  122. Commensal Proteobacteria in colonic CD11b+ cells induce intestinal T cell responses, Int Immunol., 22(supplement), Thursday iv9, 20100000
  123. Specific behavior of intracellular Streptococcus pyogenes that has undergone autophagic degradation is associated with bacterial streptolysin O and host small G proteins Rab5 and Rab7, J Biol Chem., 285(29), 22666-22675, 20100716
  124. ★, Comparative genomic analyses of Streptococcus mutans provide insights into chromosomal shuffling and species-specific content, BMC Genomics., 10, 358, 20090805
  125. Cost effective DNA sequencing and template preparation from bacterial colonies and plasmids, J Biosci Bioeng., 107(4), 471-473, 200904
  126. Current and future biotechnological applications of bacterial phytases and phytase-producing bacteria, Microbes Environ., 23(3), 182-191, 20080000
  127. Application of real-time long and short polymerase chain reaction for sensitive monitoring of the fate of extracellular plasmid DNA introduced into river waters, Microbes Environ., 23(3), 229-236, 2008
  128. Streptococcus pyogenes degrades extracellular matrix in chondrocytes via MMP-13, Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 373(3), 450-454, 20080829
  129. Molecular evidence for the ancient origin of the ribosomal protection protein that mediates tetracycline resistance in bacteria, J Mol Evol., 65(3), 228-235, 20070804
  130. Quantitative determination of free-DNA uptake in river bacteria at the single-cell level by in situ rolling-circle amplification, Appl Environ Microbiol., 72(9), 6248-6256, 20060906
  131. Dynamics and contributions to horizontal gene transfer of extracellular DNA in natural ecosystems, Journal of environmental biotechnology, 4(2), 131-137, 20050000
  132. Visualization and enumeration of bacteria carrying a specific gene sequence by in situ rolling circle amplification, Appl Environ Microbiol., 71(12), 7933-7940, 20051206
  133. Simplified sample preparation using frame spotting method for direct counting of bacteria by fluorescence microscopy, J Microbiol Methods., 59(3), 427-431, 200412
  134. Detection of bacteria carrying the stx2 gene by in situ loop-mediated isothermal amplification, Appl Environ Microbiol., 69(8), 5023-5028, 20030805
  135. Unique genomic sequences in novel Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis lineage enabled fine scale tracing the transmission route during pig movement, bioRxiv., 20220404
  136. Corrigendum: Updating the Vibrio clades defined by multilocus sequence phylogeny: proposal of eight new clades, and the description of Vibrio tritonius sp. nov., Front Microbiol., 5, 583, 20141104
  137. Reactive oxygen species induced by Streptococcus pyogenes invasion trigger apoptotic cell death in infected epithelial cells, Cell Microbiol., 12(6), 814-830, 201006

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Microbiome and indoor temperature/humidity in a traditional Japanese house with a thatched roof, Maruyama F, Fujiyoshi S, Kokubo M, Nakajima M, Ogura D, ASM Microbe, 2022/06/10, Without Invitation, English, Washington DC, USA
  2. Structure of bacterial communities in Japanese-style bathrooms: Comparative sequencing of bacteria in shower water and showerhead biofilms using a portable nanopore sequencer, Fumito Maruyama, So Fujiyoshi, Yukiko Nishiuchi, Colorado Mycobacteria Conference 2022: Focus on NTM, 2022/06/01, English, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA
  3. Understanding effects of ventilation on dynamics and fate of air microorganisms in the indoor environments, So Fujiyoshi, Mateja Dovjak, Janja Vaupotič, Fumito Maruyama, CLIMA 2022 the 14th HVAC World Congress, 2022/05/25, Without Invitation, Japanese, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  4. Potential use of a novel all-in-one microfluidic dielectrophoresis integrated chip for cell living separation in aquatic microbiology research, Jacquelinne J. Acuña, Milko A. Jorquera, Joaquin-Ignacio Rilling, Marco Campos, Tay Ruiz, Andrés Ávila, Mariela Gonzalez, Henry Cameron, Carlos Riquelme, Karen Vergara, Gonzalo Gajardo, Jonnathan Vilugrón, Gonzalo Fuenzalida, Oscar Espinoza-González, Leonardo Guzmán, Kyoko Yarimizu, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama, XLI Marine Science Congress 2022, 2022/05/24, Without Invitation, English, Concepción, Chile
  5. Bioaerosol and microbiology of the built environments in Japan, Fumito Maruyama, workshop on BIOGEOCHEMICAL DRIVERS AND NUTRIENT CYCLING IN COASTAL SOILS AND WATERS, 2022/05/05, With Invitation, English, University of Delaware, USA
  6. Harmful Algae Monitoring on San Jorge Bay in Antofagasta, Chile, Kyoko Yarimizu, Carlos Riquelme Carlos, Henry Cameron, Vladimir Ávalos, Stephanie Barría, So Fujiyoshi, Joaquin-Ignacio Rilling, Emma-Karin Cascales, Jonnathan Vilugrón, Oscar Espinoza-González, Leonardo Guzmán, Milko A. Jorquera, Satoshi Nagai, Fumito Maruyama, 19th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA), 2021/10/21, Without Invitation, English, La Paz, Mexico
  7. Harmful Algae Monitoring on San Jorge Bay in Antofagasta, Chile, Kyoko Yarimizu, Carlos Riquelme, Henry Cameron, Vladimir Ávalos, Stephanie Barría, So Fujiyoshi, Ignacio Rilling, Emma Cascales, Jonnathan Vilugrón, Oscar Espinoza, Leonardo Guzmán, Milko A. Jorquera, Satoshi Nagai, Fumito Maruyama, 19th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA), 2021/10/12, Without Invitation, English, La Paz, Mexico, Online
  8. Long-term composition of 16S-based bacterial communities associated with algal bloom events in northern Chile, Andrés Ávila, Mariela González-Flores, Milko Jorquera, Joaquín Rilling, Carlos Riquelme, Henry Cameron, Leonardo Guzmán, Gonzalo Gajardo, Fumito Maruyama, Satoshi Nagai, Shoko Ueki, 19th International Conference on Harmful Algae (ICHA), 2021/10/00, Without Invitation, English, La Paz, Mexico
  9. A GWAS approach reveals putative bacterial risk factors for cavitary Mycobacterium avium Complex lung disease, Hirokazu Yano, Yukiko Nishiuchi, Kentaro Arikawa, Atsushi Ota, Fumito Maruyama, Mari Miki, Hiroshi Kida, Seigo Kitada, Tomotada Iwamoto, The 19th Awaji forum on Infection and Immunity, 2021/09/28, With Invitation, English
  10. Long-term composition of 16S-based bacterial communities associated with algal bloom events in northern Chile, Andrés Ávila, Mariela González-Flores, Milko Jorquera, Joaquín Rilling, Carlos Riquelme, Henry Cameron, Leonardo Guzmán, Gonzalo Gajardo, Fumito Maruyama, Satoshi Nagai, Shoko Ueki, Congreso ISME Latino Americano, ISME-LAT 2021, 2021/07/00, Without Invitation, English, Bogotá, Colombia
  11. Water supply provides bacteria for the shower head, but the environment selects, Fujiyoshi So, Maruyama Fumito, World Microbe Forum, 2021/06/00, Without Invitation, English, Online
  12. Past, current, future academic research and industry-government collaboration, Fumito Maruyama, A special research presentation, 2019/12/10, With Invitation, English, Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco, Chile
  13. Suitcase lab: A new portable and deployable equipment for a rapid detection of specific harmful algae in Chilean coastal waters, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama, 7th International Workshop: Advances in Science and Technology of Bioresource, 2019/12/02, Without Invitation, English, Pucon, Chile
  14. Bacterial bioaerosols at Yokohama and Toyama in Japan, Fumito Maruyama, So Fujiyoshi, Daisuke Tanaka, 1st. ISME-LATIN AMERICA CONGRESS, 2019/09/11, Without Invitation, English, Technical University Federico Santa Maria Valparaiso, Chile
  15. Specific difference in bacterial composition between shower-head biofilm and shower water in Japanese bathroom, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama, 1st. ISME-LATIN AMERICA CONGRESS, 2019/09/11, Without Invitation, English, Technical University Federico Santa Maria Valparaiso, Chile
  16. Resumen general y avance del Proyecto MACH, Fumito Maruyama, Taller Actividades SATREPS y otros Proyectos en Magallanes, 2019/09/09, With Invitation, English, Punta Arenas, Chile
  17. Resumen general y avance del Proyecto MACH, Fumito Maruyama, Cooperation Tecnica del Gobierno de Japon Introduccion a Proyecto MACH (Monitoreo de Algas en Chile), 2019/09/03, With Invitation, English, Castro, Chile
  18. Overview of SATREPS-MACH project, Fumito Maruyama, CREAN Seminar, 2019/05/08, With Invitation, English, Puerto Montt, Chile
  19. Satreps project Chile-Japan: Predicting algal blooms in Chile", Fumito Maruyama, 1st Workshop "Biotechnological Challenges and Improvements for sustainable aquaculture in the X region", 2019/05/03, With Invitation, English, Osorno, Chile
  20. JCC Members meeting for outreach strategy and activity "Development of harm algal bloom monitoring methods and forecast system for sustainable aquaculture and coastal fisheries in Chile." (MACH), Fumito Maruyama, Milko Jorquera, Leonardo Guzman, Gonzalo Gajardo, 2019/05/03, With Invitation, English, Osorno, Chile
  21. Molecular research of infectious diseases, Fumito Maruyama, 2019/03/27, With Invitation, English, Makassar, Indonesia
  22. Kyoto University and SATREPS Project, Fumito Maruyama, Bioinformatics Meeting, CENTRO AUSTRAL DE TECHNOLOGIA GENOMICA, 2018/12/30, With Invitation, English, University of Magallanes, Punta Arenas, Chile
  23. Population structure and local adaptation of MAC lung disease agent Mycobacterium avium and their surrounding microbial community, Fumito Maruyama, International Symposium: "Advances in Environmental Microbiology and Microbial Biotechnology", 2018/12/06, With Invitation, English, Núcleo Científico Tecnológico de la Universidad de La Frontera BIOREN-UFRO, Pucon, Chile
  24. Kyoto University and SATREPS Project, Fumito Maruyama, International Talk, Genomics and Applied Microbiology for Biodegradation and Bioproducts, 2018/11/26, With Invitation, English, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Valparaiso, Chile
  25. Bioinformatics and The Role in Tracing Evolution and Transmission of Mycobacteria, Fumito Maruyama, Workshop of Universitas Airlangga, 2018/10/18, With Invitation, English, Surabaya, Indonesia
  26. Population structure and local adaptation of MAC lung disease agent Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis, Fumito Maruyama, The 1st International Scientific Meeting on Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ISM-CMID), 2018/10/11, With Invitation, English, Surabaya, Indonesia
  27. Kyoto University and SATREPS Project, Fumito Maruyama, Seminar in The Laboratory of Technological Research in Pattern Recognition (LITRP), Scientific-Technological Park, Catholic University of Maule, 2018/08/30, With Invitation, English, Talca, Chile
  28. Past, current, future of the SATREPS project, Monitoring of algae in Chile, Fumito Maruyama, Lecture in University of Chile, 2018/08/07, With Invitation, English, Santiago, Chile
  29. Past, current, future of the SATREPS project, Monitoring of algae in Chile, Fumito Maruyama, Lecture in University of Concepction, 2018/08/06, With Invitation, English, Concepcion, Chile
  30. From "genome analysis of environmental pathogens" to "development of harmful algal bloom monitoring methods and forecast system for sustainable aquaculture and coastal fisheries in Chile", Fumito Maruyama, CENTRO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN SUELOS VOLCÁNICOS PROGRAMA DE CHARLAS CISVo, 2018/08/02, With Invitation, English, Valdivia, Chile
  31. Population structure and local adaptation of MAC lung disease agent Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis, Fumito Maruyama, 352 I Planetary Protection Center of Excellence: Capabilities for ISS Research, 2018/07/26, With Invitation, English, NASA, Los Angeles, USA
  32. From "genome analysis of environmental pathogens" to "development of harmful algal bloom monitoring methods and forecast system for sustainable aquaculture and coastal fisheries in Chile", Fumito Maruyama, A Special Summer Presentation, 2018/07/24, With Invitation, English, Minnesota, USA
  33. Population structure and local adaptation of MAC lung disease agent Mycobacterium avium subsp. hominissuis, Fumito Maruyama, Microbiology and Immunology, Special Seminar, 2018/07/23, With Invitation, English, Minnesota, USA
  34. Population Structure and Local Adaptation of MAC Lung Disease Agent Mycobacterium avium subsp, Hirokazu Yano, Tomotada Iwamoto, Yukiko Nishiuchi Maruyama Fumito, Microbiology of the Built Environment, Gordon Research Conference, 2018/07/15, Without Invitation, English, ME, United States
  35. Bacterial 16S rRNA gene profiling by portable DNA sequencer from shower water, shower head, bathtub inlet in Japan, So Fujiyoshi, Ai Muto, Fumito Maruyama, Microbiology of the Built Environment, Gordon Research Conference, 2018/07/15, Without Invitation, English, ME, United States
  36. Population Structure and Local Adaptation of MAC Lung Disease Agent Mycobacterium avium subsp. Hominissuis, Hirokazu Yano, Tomotada Iwamoto, Yukiko Nishiuchi, Maruyama Fumito, Microbiology of the Built Environment, Gordon Research Conference, 2018/07/00, Without Invitation, English, ME, United States
  37. Towards state-of-art one-health approach to prevent infectious diseases, Fumito Maruyama, Annual Meeting in Awaji Systems and Synthetic Bacterial biology, 2018/03/12, With Invitation, English, Hyogo
  38. Bathroom Microbiome as a source of bioaerosol in indoor environment, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama, 11th Bioaerosol symposium, 2018/02/00, Without Invitation, English, Nagano, Japan
  39. Evaluation of sanitary microbiological health of indoor environment based on NTM, So Fujiyoshi, Fumito Maruyama, Research group on genetic ecology of NTM, 2017/08/00, Without Invitation, English, Kyoto, Japan
  40. 1. "How can bacterial community keep its resilience?", and 2. "What we should learn from Vibrio spp. in the normal environments", Fumito Maruyama, Strengthening postgraduate training capacities for innovation and science competition Acuácas the University of Antofagasta, 2016/12/12, With Invitation, English, Antofagasta, Chile
  41. The earth Vibrio project: collections from normal to extreme environments: the NEXT, Fumito Maruyama, International Seminar on Applied Microbial Ecology, 2016/12/05, With Invitation, English, Temuco, Chile
  42. Robustness of soil bacterial community against chemical disturbance, Fumito Maruyama, PGPR Latin America, 2016/11/28, With Invitation, English, Pucon, Chile
  43. Vibrio sp., Algal bloom, and Next, Fumito Maruyama, Graduate course: Comparative microbial genomics and Taxonomy, 2016/11/21, With Invitation, English, UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  44. Strategy of group A streptococci to adapt inside host cell, Fumito Maruyama, International Symposium on Intracellular Pathogens, 2016/02/05, With Invitation, English, Yamaguchi, Japan
  45. "What we learn from evolutionary strategies of bacteria in the point of view of original niche.", "What makes micro-ecosystem robust revealed by metagenomic information", Fumito Maruyama, International Seminar on Applied Microbial Ecology, 2015/12/16, With Invitation, English, Temuco, Chile
  46. Evolution of Phage Selfishness by CRISPR in Diverse Bacteria and Archaea, Fumito Maruyama, 5th international workshop: Advances in Science and Technology of Bioresources, 2015/12/02, With Invitation, English, Pucon, Chile
  47. Similarity, dissimilarity and robustness of micro-ecosystem in intractable polymicrobial infectious disease, Fumito Maruyama, International Seminars: Brazil-Japan cooperation in microbiology and marine sciences, 2015/09/30, With Invitation, English, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  48. Competitive and cooperative microbial interactions support polymicrobial diseases predicted from comparative genome analysis, Fumito Maruyama, Ichiro Nakagawa, CER International Workshop: Microbes beyond borders, 2015/03/05, With Invitation, English, Kyoto University, Shiga
  49. A polymicrobial disease caused by novel competitive and cooperative microbial interactions predicted from comparative genome analysis, Fumito Maruyama, 2nd international symposium: soil, plant and microorganism, 2014/11/24, With Invitation, English, Pucon, Chile
  50. Diversification mechanism of group A streptococcus revealed by comparative genomic analysis of multiple isolates, Fumito Maruyama, The 12th Japan-Korea International Symposium on Microbiology, 2014/03/24, With Invitation, English, Tokyo, Japan
  51. Species-specific strategy of genome diversification in genus streptococci via prophage acquisition and its defense system, Fumito Maruyama, International Union of Microbiological Societies 2011 Congress, 2011/09/06, With Invitation, English, Hokkaido, Japan

Social Activities

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. Aerobiology Seminar, 2021/12
  2. 2022/03
  3. 2022/01
  4. Tokyo RNA Club, The 28th Meeting, Canceled by COVID-19
  5. 2020/03, 2020/03
  6. International Symposium on SDGs: Tackling the Red Tide on the Chilean Coast with Bilateral Cooperation between Chile and Japan, Canceled by COVID-19, 2020/03, 2020/03
  7. 2020/01, 2020/01
  8. 2019/12, 2019/12
  9. 2019/11, 2019/11
  10. 2018/08, 2018/02
  11. 2019/02, 2019/02
  12. 2018/03, 2018/03
  13. 2017/08, 2017/08