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A New Drug Design: Substances Excreted from The Body Serve as Deterrents Against Insect Bites


SATO, Erina; FOONG, Anthony FW A New Drug Design: Substances Excreted from The Body Serve as Deterrents Against Insect Bites JAS4QoL 2023, 9(1) 2 online at: https://as4qol.org/tlN6K

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SATO; Erina * , FOONG; Anthony FW

R&D for Product Development, Imex Japan Co. Ltd., 3F Imex Japan Building, 22 Shimomidori-cho, Shichihku, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8425, Japan 78imexfw@gmail.com

Many succumb to dengue, malaria, Zika, and yellow fever in tropical Asia and Africa. Dengue per se may cause hemorrhagic fever in 100-400 million people a year, although 80% of cases are mild or asymptomatic (according to World Health Organization). Of the carriers for these diseases, mosquitoes – Aedes aegypti (AA) species – is among the most rampant, common, and difficult to handle, because it is adapting, mutating, and evolving to become more resistant to the hitherto effective pyrethroid-based chemicals such as permethrin. As a result, many people have become infected with above-mentioned diseases, thereby severely lowering quality-of-life (QoL) of the affected. Recent surveys by a Japanese research team (KASAI Shinji et al.) in certain parts of Asia and Ghana have demonstrated growing region-dependent resistance to insecticides of some mosquito strains (recent 1000-fold vs previous 100-fold resistance): viz., insecticide levels that would normally kill 100% of mosquitoes in a sample will now kill ca. 7% of the insects. AA mosquitoes are the most troublesome species as these are the most common carriers for above-mentioned diseases.

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A Case Study on Functional Food Intake in a Diabetic Patient: No Such Thing as a Magic Bullet Part-II


FW FOONG, A.; SATO, K. A Case Study on Functional Food Intake in a Diabetic Patient: No Such Thing as a Magic Bullet Part-II JAS4QoL 2021, 7(1) 2 online at: https://as4qol.org/QLRiK

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A Case Study on Functional Food Intake in a Diabetic Patient: No Such Thing as a Magic Bullet Part-II

FOONG; Anthony FW SATO; Erina2  

R&D Department, Imex Japan Co Ltd, 22-8 Shimomidori-cho, Shinchiku, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8425, Japan (78imexfw@gmail.com

BACKGROUND: Useful ingredients in functional foods A and B previously improved certain physical symptoms (PSs) deficits due to ageing; however, blood sugar levels (monitored as glycemated hemoglobin or HbA1C) of a type-2 diabetic were unsatisfactory. We investigated the probable factors by focusing on the supply source, types and concentrates of sugar-regulating substances in ingredient mulberry leaf extract (MLE) as the extract was previously not well-defined. The revised functional food C (replaced previously known B), where all ingredients remained the same in quantity and supply sources, except MLE where the useful ingredient 1.2% 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) was defined and obtained from a new supplier Z. METHODS: Volunteer patient P, who led a sedentary lifestyle, had continued intake of functional food A and complemented A with C after 2 control readings had been taken. Controls and blood analytical data were respectively monitored before and after combined A+C intake at 3-month (3-mo) intervals. Blood pressure (BP), body mass index (BMI), and other metabolic indexes were taken before (A alone) and after combined A+C intake. P led his usual normal life without dietary restrictions. PSs were also monitored before and after combined A+C intake. RESULTS: Blood pressure (BP) was normal, with slight improvement in BMI values. Total cholesterol (T-Cho), triglycerides (TG) levels varied in a similar pattern, which eventually registered normal after 9-mo combined A+C intake. HbA1c levels scored impressive improvements in a time-dependent manner: i.e. decreasing from 8.0 and 9 (controls) to 7.5, 6.9, and 6.8 at 3-, 6- and 9-mo combined A+C intakes, respectively. Improved PSs were well maintained. DISCUSSION: The BMI improved from overweight to normal status. Rebounds in T-Cho (3-, 6-mo) and TG (6-mo) levels were probably associated with high-calorie sweets taken in August. The most impressive finding in this study is the marked improvement in HbA1c findings. Replacement of MLE from a new source Z with defined 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) concentrate made all the difference: the alpha-glucosidases-inhibiting DNJ, fagomine, and other active sugar-regulating components in MLE may have lowered blood sugar levels, thus improving HbA1c values. Functional foods comprising effective ingredients would most likely elicit useful effects, if the active ingredient with a defined concentrate was used.

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JAS4QoL – Volume 2(2) (June 2016)



  • Mini Review

 

Nerve Growth Factor and Alzheimer’s Disease

Shoei Furukawa1

1Gifu Pharmaceutical University (Professor Emeritus))

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Difficulty of Japanese Students in Pronunciation of Certain Words and Numerals in Scientific English: Problems Arising from the Speaker's Native Tongue and Prior Exposure (Part 2)

FOONG Foo Wah1 FUJIWARA Yumi2 SATO Erina3

1Department of English for Pharmaceutical Communication, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, 5 Nakauchi-Cho, Misasagi, Yamashina-Ku, Kyoto 607-8414, JAPAN (affw78@mb.kyoto-phy.ac.jp, 78imexfw@gmail.com) 2Department of Education, Kyoto University of Education, Kyoto, JAPAN 3Department of Language Development, Imex Japan Co. Ltd., 3F Imex Japan Building, Shichiku, Kita-Ku, Kyoto 603-8425, JAPAN

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A Study of QoL in Japanese Cedar Pollinosis Patients: Relationships between QoL and Airborne Pollen Levels

OUCHI Yuri1

1Faculty of Nursing, Takarazuka University (y-oouchi@takara-univ.ac.jp)

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Assessment of the Effectiveness of Chin-Don Therapy on Emotion and Behavior of the Elderly: Facial Illustration-Based Self-Rating and SF8-Assessment Scores

Kanji HATTA1

1Department of Psychiatric Medicine, School of Nursing, Takarazuka University, Osaka, Japan (k-hatta@takara-univ.ac.jp)

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  • Wisdom (Philosophical) Note … As I was passing…

 

Depression Treatment May Need More Than Just Medication

FOONG Foo Wah1

1Department of Pharmaceutical Science Communication, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, 5, Nakauchi-Cho, Misasagi, Yamashina-Ku, Kyoto 607-8414, JAPAN (affw78@mb.kyoto-phy.ac.jp, 78imexfw@gmail.com)

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JAS4QoL – Volume 2(1) (March 2016)



  • Mini Review

 

Radiation Effects on Men and Some Personal Histories

KAMADA Masao1

1Synchrotron Light Application Center, Saga University, Saga 840-8502, Japan. (kamada2013@hotmail.co.jp)

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Stress in Triage Nurses in Emergency Departments: A Concept Analysis

NOJIMA Keisuke1

1The School of Nursing, Kyoto Tachibana University, Kyoto, Japan (nojima@tachibana-u.ac.jp)

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Learning Science English after Prior Exposure: Feedback from Year-1 Pharmacy Students Learning Pharmaceutical Science English at the Tertiary Level

SATO Erina (erinas86@gmail.com)1, NISHIOKA Yuichiro2, FOONG Foo Wah3

1Language Department, Imex Japan Co. Ltd., 3F, Imex Japan Bldg, 22, Shimomoidori-cho, Shichiku, Kita-ku, Kyoto 603-8425, Japan 2The Museum of Osaka University, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Japan 3Department of English for Pharmaceutical Science Communication, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, Kyoto, Japan

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Difficulty of Japanese Students in Pronouncing Certain Words and Numerals in Scientific English: Problems Arising from the Speaker's Native Tongue and Prior Exposure (Part 1)

FOONG Foo Wah1, Erina SATO2

1Department of English for Pharmaceutical Communication, Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, 5 Nakauchi-Cho, Misasagi, Yamashina-Ku, Kyoto 607-8414, JAPAN. (affw78@mb.kyoto-phu.ac.jp / 78imexfw@gamil.com) 2Department of Language Development, Imex Japan Co. Ltd., 3F Imex Japan Building, Shichiku, Kita-Ku, Kyoto 603-8425, JAPAN.

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  • Wisdom (Philosophical) Note … As I was passing…

 

Towards Practical English Teaching and Learning in Japan: Use of English for Special Purposes

FUJIWARA Yumi1

1Kyoto University of Education, Kyoto, Japan. (u_fujiwara@yahoo.co.jp)

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JAS4QoL – Volume 1(4) (December, 2015)



Mini Review

Global Warming and Reduction of Environmental Carbon Dioxide Concentration

HIBINO Kenichi

Article first published online: December 27, 2015

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Full Papers

Learning English for Study Abroad

KOBAYASHI Aya, ITABE Hiroyuki

Article first published online: October 17, 2015

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Effects of Task Types on the Writing Performance of Japanese English-as-a-Foreign-Language Learners across Proficiency Levels in terms of Complexity, Accuracy, and Fluency

FUJIWARA Yumi

Article first published online: December 27, 2015

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The Meaning of READING in Bleak House

IMAI Chizu

Article first published online: December 27, 2015

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Nurses’ perception of promoting and impairing factors in intervention for smoking cessation program in a hospital

OUCHI Yuri, MIKAMI Hiroshi

Article first published online: December 31, 2015

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Learning Science English for the First Time: Feedback from Year-1 Pharmacy Students Learning Pharmaceutical Science English at the Tertiary Level

NISHIOKA Yuichiro, SATO Erina, FOONG Foo Wah

Article first published online: December 31, 2015

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Philosophical Note There is so much for us to learn from Nature: The octopuses

FOONG Foo Wah

Article first published online: December 27, 2015

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JAS4QoL – Volume 1(1) (January, 2015)



Mini Review

A Study of the Relationship Between Everyday Life and Gardens, Based on Water Systems in Kyoto City, Japan

Hidefumi IMAE

Article first published online: February 3, 2015

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Useful Treatment of Severe Atopic Dermatitis with Ganoderma lucidum (reishi): A Multiple-Case study

HONJO Michio and KUWABARA Masato

Article first published online: January 31, 2015

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First-Time Oral Presentation in Pharmaceutical Science English: Questionnaire Feedback from Pharmacy Students in a Japanese University

Foong FW, WAJIMA Rikako, MATSUNO Hikari, HASEGAWA Keito and OGASAWARA Hiroyuki

Article first published online: January 31, 2015

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Effective Lecturer-Student Microphone Use in a Lecture Room: A Useful Approach for Teaching and Learning Pharmaceutical Science English

FOONG FW, Matsuno H, Ogasawara H, Noguchi A, Hasegawa K and Wajima R

Article first published online: February 3, 2015

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Effects of Chin Don performance as a therapy to promote the psychological and health status in the elderly in a community setting: A multiple-case study

Kanji HATTA

Article first published online: January 31, 2015

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Effects of Cooperative Learning on Writing Activity of English for Special Purposes in Japanese University Students

FUJIWARA Yumi and SATO Erina

Article first published online: January 31, 2015

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Effects of Several Flavonoids and Tryptanthrin from the Brazilian Herbal Medicine Cissus sicyoides on Antigen-Induced Release of Cytokines, and Their Target Molecules in Rat Basophilic Leukemia Cells (RBL-2H3)

Hisashi MATSUDA, Hiroki HATA, Kaoru SUGAWARA, Fengming XU, Souichi NAKASHIMA, Masayuki YOSHIKAWA and Seikou NAKAMURA

Article first published online: February 3, 2015

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Philosophical Note

Times Change: Dr. TEZUKA Osamu and his Dr. Black Jack

ITO Ken

Article first published online: January 31, 2015

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