Article published the August 3, 2020
1. Introduction In Japan in the years before World War I and continuing through the 1920s, there were human illnesses associated with consumption of moldy, yellow, rice. The illness, classified at the time as Shoshin-kakke (acute cardiac beriberi) decreased in incidence significantly around 1910, a fact attributed to increased inspection of rice by Japanese authorities [1]. The disease was relate ...
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