On Saturday, July 29, 2017, there was public release of National Institute of Infectious Diseases,Murayama Research Buildings.
At the research institute there, we are conducting research on pathogens.
I was able to actually try out how much I can drop the hands on the hand with the hand washing.
Before applying fluorescent paint. Even when light (UV) is applied, no change is seen.
Apply a glowing paint and apply again to light (UV) this street! I regard this as a dirty hand.
Wash your hands so hard with the soap according to the correct hand washing procedure.
I intended to wash carefully ... but still a little left on my fingers. I will go wash it again.
It is almost not shining. The whole hand is beautiful. I have to wash carefully
and I can not remove dirt ....
From the usual time, I was noticed the importance of washing my hands carefully.
Researcher's Lab Experience
Here I am divided into 【Experimental Tool Booth】 【Bacterial Booth】 【Virus Booth】, I was able to operate experimental tools used by researchers and observe bacteria.
It is a micropipette. It is not used in experiments at school. I actually
It is an exhibition of Escherichia coli, Bacillus natto, and lactic acid
Note: Escherichia coli displayed here does not seem to be pathogenic.
I could also observe E. coli with a microscope.
There are many kinds of vaccines.
Here, we had a tightening experience of the vaccine by albin bottle.
First of all, I packed silica gel that I thought of as a vaccine into a bottle.
And tighten the stopper with a special tool. The stopper does not close properly unless it grips strongly.
In this way, the vaccine is made and our body is protected from disease.