(JAPAN) Vol. 18, 1997"
(18-1) Molecular analysis of the mechanism that regulates expression of soybean seed storage protein genes in response to sulfur nutrition: Toward a development of a novel strategy for molecular breeding of soybean.

(18-2) Activation mechanism for the vacuolar processsing enzyme.

(18-3) Breeding of soybean isogenic lines consisting of differnt subunits of glycinin and their biochemical characterization.

(18-4) Food seed aspartic proteinases: Cloning, expression and application to food processing.

(18-5) X-ray crystallography of soybean proglycinin at high resolution.

(18-6) Chemical modification of soy protein isolate : Chemical keratinization and functions of proteinous polymer material.

(18-7) Improvement of Functionalities of soybean protein by heat processing and preparation of transparent gel.

(18-8) Sorption of a gas on food materials at low temperatures: Change in pressure during chilling and thawing.

(18-9) IActive Oxygen-radical scavenging activity of soybean proteins: Especially soybean lipoxygenase.

(18-10) Improvement of plant protein by the reconstitution of peptides.

(18-11) Synergistic effects of antioxidative peptides from a soybean protein digest on the antioxidative activity of nonpeptidic antioxidants.

(18-12) Purification and characterization of soybean allergen Gly m Bd 28K.

(18-13) Effect of soybean protein co-feeding on immune responce to fed protein antigens.

(18-14) Effect of the formulated diets containing soy protein isolate as the sole protein source on rats suffering from galactosamine-induced hepatitis or type II diabetes mellitus.

(18-15) Effects of dietary soybean protein on insulin receptor gene expression and activities, and obese gene expression.

(18-16) Influence of soy protein on renal hypertrophy and IGF-1 gene expression in diabetic rats.

(18-17) Effect of soy protein, amino acid mixture and ethanol extracts on arterial lesioins in apo E-deficient mice.

(18-18) EEffects of soybean peptide on Suppression of body fat accumulation in exercised mice.

(18-19) Stimulation of sympathetic nervous system by soy protein : An examination of energy expenditure of rats with doubly labeled water method.

(18-20) Action of secondary bile acid as a potent promoter in colonic tumorigenesis and preventive effect of HMF diet against cancer risk.

(18-21) Effect of soybean trypsin inhibitor and isoflavone on chemically induced skin tumor in mice.

(18-22) Effects of cow milk,soybean milk and their fermented products on DMBA induced mammary tumorigenesis.

(18-23) Inhibitory effect of soybean hypocotyls on Epstein-Barr virus early antigen induction and skin tumor promotion.

(18-24) Anti-carcinogenic effect of isoflavonoids in soybeans.

(18-25) Effect of soy protein on serum lipids, platelet aggregation, hemostatic markers and progerssion of atherosclerosis in hyperlipidemic patients.

(18-26) Effect of Soy Protein on Serum Lipids, Platelet Aggregation Hemostatic Markers and Progression of Atherosclerosis in Hyperlipidemic Patients.

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