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Mass production of enzymes using genetically introduced enzymes expressed by its host is still problematic, mainly due to the lack of understanding mechanisms involved in protein folding. Several solutions to this problem have been suggested - in order to express foreign protein in E. coli the...

Author(s)
Matsui, D.; Asano, Y.
Publisher
Society for Biotechnology, Osaka, Japan
Citation
Seibutsu-kogaku Kaishi, 2018, 96, 10, pp 569-572
Abstract

AHR is a transcription factor that is activated by the ligand. Two amino acid residues (Ile_Ser as high sensitivity, Ile_Ala as moderate sensitivity, and Val_Ala as low sensitivity) corresponding to the 324th and 380th positions in the ligand binding domain (LBD) of the chicken AHR1, could be an...

Author(s)
Hwang JiHee; Iwata, H.; Kim EunYoung
Publisher
Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Sapporo, Japan
Citation
Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 2017, 22, 4, pp 57-61
Abstract

Evolutional molecular engineering for membrane protein by using liposome display method is presented; in a study, a wild gene coding αhemolycin with weak pore-forming activity is observed to become a mutant αhemolysin which obtains 30 times stronger in pore-forming activity than the original after...

Author(s)
Matsuura, T.
Publisher
Society for Biotechnology, Osaka, Japan
Citation
Seibutsu-kogaku Kaishi, 2017, 95, 3, pp 121-125
Abstract

Living mammals comprise monotremes, marsupials and eutherians. These three Infraclasses, although they differ markedly in their patterns of reproduction, have in common the phenomenon of lactation. The dominant carbohydrate in the milk of most eutherians is the disaccharide lactose, whose synthesis ...

Author(s)
Urashima, T.
Publisher
Fragrance Journal Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Aroma Research, 2016, 17, 3, pp 258-265
Abstract

Complete reconstruction of microbial biosynthesis pathway to produce morphine from glucose by using recombinant yeast is reported. For a pathway to produce a key intermediate, reticuline, two methods to generate transgenic yeasts are presented; in one study, tyrosine hydroxylase and mammalian...

Author(s)
Sato, Y.
Publisher
Society for Biotechnology, Osaka, Japan
Citation
Seibutsu-kogaku Kaishi, 2016, 94, 1, pp 22
Abstract

Author(s)
Kikusui, T.
Publisher
Buneido Publishing Company Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 2013, 66, 5, pp 386-387
Abstract

A large-scale outbreak of porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) has been observed in Japan in 2013 after seven years absence. Above 1.2 million pigs have shown typical symptoms such as anorexia, vomiting and watery diarrhea, and approximately 380,000 pigs have died from October 2013 through August 2014....

Author(s)
Yamakawa, M.; Miyazaki, A.; Suzuki, T.; Ohashi, S.
Publisher
Japan Society of Veterinary Epidemiology, Ibaraki, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Epidemiology, 2014, 18, 2, pp 114-118
Abstract

Discovery of Jianchangosaurus yixianensis, a new basal therizinosaur (a subclade of coelurosaurian) from the Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation of Jianchang County in China, sheds a light on a long-standing question whether birds evolved from herbivore dinosaurs. The new therizinosaur is reported to ...

Author(s)
Kobayashi, Y.
Publisher
Japan Scientific Societies Press (Gakkai Shuppan Senta), Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Kagaku to Seibutsu, 2014, 52, 2, pp 127-130
Abstract

Author(s)
Kikusui, T.
Publisher
Buneido Publishing Company Ltd, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan, 2012, 65, 9, pp 778-779
Abstract

After the chytrid fungus was first discovered in Japan, studies have revealed the following facts, (1) Chytrid fungus is present naturely in Japan. (2) Japanese native amphibians are resistant to chytrid fungus. (3) Wild chytrid fungus in Japan has many haplotypes. In other words, this organism has ...

Author(s)
Une, Y.
Publisher
Japan Society of Veterinary Epidemiology, Ibaraki, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Epidemiology, 2013, 17, 2, pp 138-141

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