Peer-reviewed journal articles

  1. Araud, E., Fuzawa, M., J., Shisler, J. L., Nguyen, T. H. UV inactivation of rotavirus and Tulane virus targets different components of the virions. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. In Press.
  2. Fuzawa, M., Smith. R. S., Ku, K. M., J., Shisler, Feng, H., Juvik, J. A., Nguyen, T. H. Roles of vegetable surface properties and sanitizer type on annual disease burden of rotavirus illness by consumption of rotavirusā€contaminated fresh vegetables: a quantitative microbial risk assessment. Risk Analysis 2019, 95 DOI: 10.1111/risa.13426.
  3. Fuzawa, M., Araud, E., Li, J., Shisler, J. L., Nguyen, T. H. Free chlorine disinfection mechanisms of rotaviruses and human norovirus surrogate Tulane virus attached to fresh produce surfaces. Environmental Science & Technology 2019, 53, (20), 11999-12006.
  4. Fuzawa, M., Ku, K. M., Palma-Salgado, S. P., Nagasaka, K., Feng, H., Juvik, J. A., Sano, D., Shisler, J. L., Nguyen, T. H. Effect of leaf surface chemical properties on efficacy of sanitizer for rotavirus inactivation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2016, 82(20), 6214-6222.
    Chosen as the Cover Art Author
  5. Miura, T., Sano, D., Suenaga, A., Yoshimura, T., Fuzawa, M., Nakagomi, T., Nakagomi, O., Okabe, S. Histo-blood group antigen-like substances of human enteric bacteria as specific adsorbents for human noroviruses. Journal of Virology 2013, 87(17), 9441-9451.

Theses

  1. (Doctoral dissertation) Fuzawa, M. Disinfection of fresh produce contaminated by enteric viruses and their inactivation mechanisms. 2019.
  2. (Master thesis) Fuzawa, M. A comparison study of efficacy of food sanitizers with fresh leafy vegetables with different surface properties and analysis of the rotavirus replication cycle after inactivation by food sanitizers. 2015.
  3. (Undergraduate thesis) Fuzawa, M. Influence of extracellular polymeric substances from human enteric bacteria on the environmental fate of human norovirus. 2013. (Written in Japanese)