After our discovery of a novel virus that may lead to the extinction of the Japanese eel,
we are now investigating the infection status in their natural environment.
Human gut microbiota have been attracting attention in recent years.
We will elucidate the relationship between diseases and intestinal bacteria in dogs.
“Do not leave not sure”
is our approach towards infectious diseases of cattle.
We are developing a system that
can thoroughly detect infectious viruses and bacteria in cattle.
We are studying pathogens such as viruses infect exotic animals,
lizards, frogs, and hedgehogs.
We will not tolerate the spread of infectious diseases that affect the ecosystem.
In Japan, only 20,000 goats are raised every year, but around 1 billion are bred all over the world.
We’re conducting research on an infectious disease detection system for goats
to help improve goat production in worldwide.
We have created a system for detection of important infections in pigs which has contributed to the pig farming industry and has also resulted in the discovery of new viruses.