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Department of Molecular Genetics and Laboratory Medicine

Subject
  Department of Molecular Genetics and Laboratory Medicine
Staff
Associate Professor
Naohisa Fujitta
 
 
Assistant Professor: Tohru Inaba, Masaki Nakanishi, Tetushiro Yamano, 
Yumiko Fujitomo, Mai Kodama
Research Contents
Infection control and prevention
Clinical microbiology
Laboratory hematology
Echocardiology
Achievements

1)Inaba T, Nishimura H, Kakae A, et al. Adult and pediatric cases of B-cell lymphoblastic leukemia differ in the clinical significance of CD66c expression. Lab Hematol 19;6-7, 2013.

 

2)Inaba T, Nagata K. Atypical lymphocytosis in vitreous fluid from a patient with herpetic endophthalmitis. Int J Lab Hematol doi: 10.1111/ijlh.12111.

 

3)Inaba T, Nomura N, Takahashi M, et al. Characteristic scattergram of white blood cells obtained using Pentra MS CRP hematology analyzer in a patient with neutral lipid storage disease. Lab Hematol 19;27-29, 2013.

 

4)Inaba T, Okamoto Y, Yamazaki S, et al. Hemolytic anemia with fragmented red blood cells following vascular access grafting for hemodialysis in a patient with chronic kidney disease. J Blood Disorders & Transf doi:10.4172/2155-9864.1000201.

 

5)Inaba T, Nomura N, Ishizuka K, et al. Basic evaluation of Pentra MS CRP, a new automated hematology analyzer for rapid 5-part WBC differential and CRP using a small volume of whole blood. Int J Lab Hematol 37;208-216,2015.

 

6)Inaba T, Maruyama K. Polyclonal intraocular plasmacytosis in a patient with herpetic endophthalmitis.

Int J Lab Hematol 37;e78-80,2015.

 

7)Inaba T, Ishizuka K, Yuasa S, et al. Abnormal neutrophil scattergram obtained using Pentra MS CRP in the patients with myelodysplastic syndrome showing dysgranulopoiesis. Int J Lab Hematol. 38;27-33,2016.

 

8)Inaba T,Ishizuka K,Suzuki A,etal.Basic utility of Pentra series automated hemotology analyzer  for screening of Jordan's anomaly.

Int J Lab Hematol,2016 Aug 30,dai 10.1111/ijln 12570.

 

9) Yamano T, Furukawa K, Matoba S. "Hamstring Leaflet" Now Demonstrated to Be a Determinant of Functional Mitral Regurgitation in Patients With Atrial Fibrillation. Circ J 80:2098-2099, 2016.
 
10) Inaba T, Shimomoto B, Yuki Y, et al. New alert message settings for the XN-series automated hematology analyzer are useful for avoiding falsely high WBC counts and to detect specimens with giant platelets. Ann Clin Lab Sci 47; 581-585, 2017.
 
11) Inaba T, Ishizuka K, Suzuki A, et al. Basic utility of Pentra series automated hematology analyzer for screening of Jordans’anomaly. Int J Lab Hematol 39; e1-3, 2017.
 
12) Yamano M, Yamano T, Iwamura Y, et al. Impact of left ventricular diastolic property on left atrial function from simultaneous left atrial and ventricular three-dimensional echocardiographic volume measurement. Am J Cardiol  119:1687-1693, 2017.
 
13) Sakai C, Yamano T, Miki T, et al. Imaging of right-to-left shunt in an adult patient with unroofed coronary sinus with persistent left superior vena cava. Int Heart J 58:1008-1011, 2017.
 
14) Inaba T, Nagata K, Maruyama K. Huge multinuclear cells in vitreous sample obtained from the patient with vitreous opacity. J Clin Ophthalmol Eye Dis. 2:1022, 2018.
 
15) Inaba T, Ishizuka K, Suzuki A,et al. Comparison of neutrophil distribution patterns in Jordans’ anomaly among major automated hematology analyzers. Int J Lab Hematol  40;e78-e81, 2018.
 
16) Inaba T, Ohama A. Prominent increase of Pappenheimer body-containing erythrocytes in a patient with hypoplastic spleen. Int J Hematol 108; 351-352, 2018.  
 
17)Inaba T, Nishimura H, Matsumoto K, et al. Minor population with weak cytoplasmic CD3 expression in acute unclassified leukemia. Cytometry Res 29; 7?8: 2019.
 
18)Inaba T, Okumura K, Fujita N, et al. Detection of Jordans’ anomaly using compact-type automated hematology analyzer. Int J Hematol  110; 129-130: 2019.

 

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602-8566 Kyoto-shi, Kamigyo-ku Kajii-cho,
Kawaramachi-Hirokoji, JAPAN

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