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Progressive Rearrangement of Telomeric Sequences Added to Both the ITR Ends of the Yeast Linear pGKL Plasmid
Gunge Norio,Takata Hideki,Matsuura Akira,Fukuda Kohsai
Biological Procedures Online , 2003, DOI: 10.1251/bpo44
Abstract: Relocation into the nucleus of the yeast cytoplasmic linear plasmids was studied using a monitor plasmid pCLU1. In Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the nuclearly-relocated pCLU1 replicated in a linear form (termed pTLU-type plasmid) which carried the host telomeric repeats TG1-3 of 300-350 bp at both ends. The telomere sequences mainly consisted of a major motif TGTGTGGGTGTGG which was complementary to part of the RNA template of yeast telomerase and were directly added to the very end of the pCLU1-terminal element ITR (inverted terminal repeat), suggesting that the ITR end played a role as a substrate of telomerase. The telomere sequences varied among isolated pTLU-type plasmids, but the TG1-3 organization was symmetrically identical on both ends of any one plasmid. During cell growth under non-selective condition, the telomeric repeat sequences were progressively rearranged on one side, but not on the opposite side of pTLU plasmid ends. This indicates that the mode of telomeric DNA replication or repair differed between both ends. Clonal analysis showed that the intense rearrangement of telomeric DNA was closely associated with extreme instability of pTLU plasmids.
Purification and properties of S-hydroxymethylglutathione dehydrogenase of Paecilomyces variotii no. 5, a formaldehyde-degrading fungus
Ryohei Fukuda, Kazuhiro Nagahama, Kohsai Fukuda, Keisuke Ekino, Takuji Oka, Yoshiyuki Nomura
AMB Express , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/2191-0855-2-32
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The Effects of Opening Trade on Regional Inequality in a Model of Scale-Invariant Growth and Foot-Loose Capital  [PDF]
Katsufumi Fukuda
Theoretical Economics Letters (TEL) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/tel.2012.25078
Abstract: We consider a semi endogenous R & D growth model with international trade, foot-loose capital, and local and international knowledge spillovers in a closed economy and also international knowledge spillovers in an open economy. We show that by opening trade two regions diverge (converge) with (not) sufficiently high intertemporal knowledge spillover in the R & D sector and elasticity of substitution between modern goods, and not sufficiently high (sufficiently high) richer country A’s share of firm owned.
Heterostructure Solar Cells Based on Sol-Gel Deposited SnO2 and Electrochemically Deposited Cu2O  [PDF]
Akito Fukuda, Masaya Ichimura
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2013.46A001
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To fabricate a heterostructure solar cell using environmentally friendly materials and low cost techniques, tin oxide (SnO2) and cuprous oxide (Cu2O) were deposited by the sol-gel method and the electrochemical deposition, respectively. The SnO2 films were deposited from a SnCl2 solution containing ethanol and acetic acid. The Cu2O films were deposited using a galvanostatic method from an aqueous bath containing CuSO4 and lactic acid at a temperature of 40°C. The Cu2O/SnO2 heterostructure solar cells showed rectification and photovoltaic properties, and the best cell showed a conversion efficiency of 6.6 × 10-2 % with an open-circuit voltage of 0.29 V, a short-circuit current of 0.58 mA/cm2, and a fill factor of 0.39.

On numerically effective log canonical divisors
Shigetaka Fukuda
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2002, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171202012450
Abstract: Let (X,Δ) be a 4-dimensional log variety which is proper over the field of complex numbers and with only divisorial log terminal singularities. The log canonical divisor KX
Financial Development, Economic Growth and Financial Crisis in Asian Emerging Economies
Takashi Fukuda
Research in Applied Economics , 2012, DOI: 10.5296/rae.v4i2.1429
Abstract: This article examines the causality between financial development, economic growth and financial crisis in India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia and Thailand; all these countries are known as emerging economies with well known financial crisis episodes. The summary indicators of financial development, financial crisis and financial repression are created through the principal component method. The cointegration and Granger causality are investigated by using two techniques of vector error correction model (VECM) and autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL). The main findings are: (1) the direction of the finance-growth nexus is a country-specific matter; (2) deeper financial development can lead to financial crisis; and (3) financial crisis has a negative impact on economic growth (except Korea for the last two).
La représentation de l’artiste chez J.-K.Huysmans
Momoko Fukuda
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 2012,
Abstract: The object of this article is to situate J.-K. Huysmans' En ménage in his work as a whole and more generally in the tradition of the "roman d'art" in 19th Century French literature. "Roman d'art" works, such as the Goncourt brothers' Manette Salomon or Zola's OEuvre, often focus on the incompatibility of the artist's creative force and his love for a woman. Even if a woman appears as a muse at first, she often becomes an obstacle to the vocation of the artist. Even though the artist is very important in Huysmans' novels, he does not directly treat the opposition between love and creation. If a woman brings problems, it is not because of her influence on the creativity of the artist, but due to a particular theme developed by Huysmans: how to assure material comfort without being disturbed by 21 Ibid., p. 474. Fukuda, La représentation de l'artiste chez J.-K.Huysmans Nordlit 28, 2011 62 female presence? This problem is exaggerated by the artistic profession, which involves working at home. Not being capable of doing housework, Huysmans' hero cannot live totally alone. André, the hero of En ménage, leaves his wife who has been unfaithful to begin a single life with a housemaid. In his relationships with his wife, his housemaid and his lover, all he worries about is his work environment. Nevertheless, he ends up creating nothing, not because of a woman, but because of his own mediocrity and laziness. In this "roman d'art" without a muse, André's character is typical of Huysmans' comical but harsh realism, which subverts the myth of the artist torn between love and creation.
La représentation de l’artiste chez J.-K.Huysmans
Momoko Fukuda
Nordlit : Tidsskrift i litteratur og kultur , 2012,
Abstract: The object of this article is to situate J.-K. Huysmans' En ménage in his work as a whole and more generally in the tradition of the "roman d'art" in 19th Century French literature. "Roman d'art" works, such as the Goncourt brothers' Manette Salomon or Zola's OEuvre, often focus on the incompatibility of the artist's creative force and his love for a woman. Even if a woman appears as a muse at first, she often becomes an obstacle to the vocation of the artist. Even though the artist is very important in Huysmans' novels, he does not directly treat the opposition between love and creation. If a woman brings problems, it is not because of her influence on the creativity of the artist, but due to a particular theme developed by Huysmans: how to assure material comfort without being disturbed by 21 Ibid., p. 474. Fukuda, La représentation de l'artiste chez J.-K.Huysmans Nordlit 28, 2011 62 female presence? This problem is exaggerated by the artistic profession, which involves working at home. Not being capable of doing housework, Huysmans' hero cannot live totally alone. André, the hero of En ménage, leaves his wife who has been unfaithful to begin a single life with a housemaid. In his relationships with his wife, his housemaid and his lover, all he worries about is his work environment. Nevertheless, he ends up creating nothing, not because of a woman, but because of his own mediocrity and laziness. In this "roman d'art" without a muse, André's character is typical of Huysmans' comical but harsh realism, which subverts the myth of the artist torn between love and creation.
Leaving the parental home in post-war Japan: Demographic changes, stem-family norms and the transition to adulthood
Setsuya Fukuda
Demographic Research , 2009,
Abstract: Leaving home is a key life event in the transition to adulthood, but it has been relatively less explored in demographic studies of contemporary Japan. This paper examines the relationship between home-leaving intensities of young adults and the rapid social, economic, and demographic changes that took place in post-World War II Japan. By using event-history analysis, the study focuses on 1) family and socio-demographic characteristics, 2) stem-family norms, and 3) proximities of life events and leaving home as the main factors affecting the chances of leaving home. This study aims to explain cohort trends and sex differentials in home-leaving behaviors among young adults in post-war Japan.
Underlying Determinism, Stationary Phase and Quantum Mechnics
R. Fukuda
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: In a newly introduced time scale $\tau$, much smaller than the usual $t$, any object is assumed to be a point-like particle, having a definite position. It fluctuates without dynamics and the wave function $\Psi$ is defined by averaging the square root of the density. In $t$-scale, the Schr$\ddot{\rm o}$dinger equation holds and for a macrovariable just a classical path is picked up as a peak of $\Psi$ by the stationary phase, which is the observable signal. In the measuring process, the stationary phase branches into many but one branch is selected by underlying determinism, leading to the correct detection probability.
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