Honjo

Honjo

(hōn`jō), city (1990 pop. 59,098), Saitama prefecture, central Honshu, Japan, on the Tone River. It is an agricultural center and a market for raw silk.
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To facilitate such a harmonization process, it is essential to communicate reliability (or risk) within a transparent and rational framework (Frank 2002, Honjo and Kusakabe 2002).
Kono S, Shinehi K, Wakabayashi K, Honjo S, todoroki I, Sakurai Y, Imanishi K, Nishizawa H, Ogawa S, Katsurada M.
Mr Honjo has arrived from the Toyota Tsusho Corporation, part of the Toyota group.
4 in the Nikkei survey), Honjo Chemical, and UFJ Capital, the venture capital subsidiary of UFJ Holdings.
Japanese investment in China is becoming bigger and bigger because Japanese companies, especially those in the manufacturing sector, are relocating their production from Japan to China,'' said Ryota Honjo, president of the Hong Kong Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The research team led by Tasuku Honjo, a professor of molecular biology, found that a phenomenon called class switch recombination -- a genetic conversion allowing the production of antibodies by an immune cell -- can be induced in other types of cells if a special gene called AID is activated.
said Yuki Allyson Honjo, an analyst at ING Barings told Reuters.
3-D visualization is possible and economical with Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML), says Tsuyoshi Honjo, associate professor of horticulture at Chiba University, Chiba-ken, Japan.
Carrying the torch: The Olympic flame Wednesday passed through the towns of Shinano, Mure, Samizu, Toyono, Ooka, Shinshu Shinmachi, Ogawa, Nakajo, Ikusaka, Honjo, Sakakita, Omi, Sakai, all in the province of Nagano.
During his long research career at WHOI, Sus Honjo has concentrated on understanding the processes and rates of ocean sedimentation and the removal of carbon in the form of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere to its deep ocean "sink.
And a group headed by Tasuku Honjo of Japan's Kyoto University found a gene that encodes a protein similar to DNA-cutting enzymes in viruses, bacteria and yeast.