CONTENTS OF
"SOY PROTEIN RESEARCH (JAPAN)"
Vol. 11, 2008
Serial Vol. 29 from former JOURNAL
(29-1) Clinico-epidemiological Studies on Soy Intake and Allergic Disorders

(29-2) Systematic Review and Verification of Preventive Effects of Soy Constituents on Lifestyle-related Diseases: Effects of Extracted Soy Isoflavones Alone on Blood Lipid Profile: Meta-analysis of 13 Randomized Controlled Trials (Part I)

(29-3) Absorption Rate and Requirement of TOFU Ca in Post-Menopausal Women

(29-4) Regulation of Biosynthesis of Soybean Seed Components by Gene Silencing

(29-5) Modification of Soybean Components through Gene Expression Control by the Function of RNA

(29-6) Identification of Genes Controlling the Contents of Seed Storage Proteins in Soybean

(29-7) Basic Analysis for the Defense of Soybean Cyst Nematodes by Using Synthetic Peptides

(29-8) Biochemical Characterization of High Lutein Trait of Wild Soybean (Glycine soja Sieb. et Zucc.) and Expression
Analysis of Gene Encoding Enzymes Involved in Lutein Biosynthesis for the Breeding of Lutein Rich Soybean

(29-9) Analysis of Interactions between Vacuolar Sorting Determinants of Soybean Seed Storage Proteins and Receptors

(29-10) High-Pressure Induced Transformation of Soybean

(29-11) Quality Improvement of Microorganisms by Soy Peptides

(29-12) Screening of Aldehyde Dehydrogenase Which Degrades n-Hexanal, the Causative Substance of Soy Bean Smell

(29-13) Neurophysiological Clarification of the Mechanism Involved in the Astringent Taste Formation by Acidified Soy Protein

(29-14) Physiological Function and Its Mechanism of Soybean Lipophilic Protein as a Functional Food for Prevention of Metabolic Syndrome

(29-15) Development of Soybean-derived Molecular Targeted Anti-metastasis Agent KTI

(29-16) The Role of Genistein in Breast and Prostate Cancer Prevention through the Protein Modification and Degradation Pathway

(29-17) Analysis of Target Genes of Isoflavones and Clinical Significance of Equol Producers

(29-18) Screening of Soy Protein-Derived Hypolipidemic Peptides Using in vitro and in vivo Systems

(29-19) Prevention of Metabolic Syndrome by Soy Isoflavone

(29-20) Effects of Soy Peptides on Metabolism of Isoflavone by Fecal Flora from Mice

(29-21) Effect of Feeding Soy Protein Isolate on the Production of Adipocytokines such as Adiponectin and MCP-1

(29-22) Blood Glucose Regulation by a Soybean Isoflavone, Genistein: Studies in Cultured Cells and Type 2 Diabetic Mice

(29-23) Skin Permeation of Soy Derived Peptides as Cosmeceuticals

(29-24) Studies on Bioactive Peptides Derived from Soy Protein Preventing Lifestyle-related Diseased

(29-25) Study on the Induced Expression of LDL Receptor by Soy Isoflavones through Function of the Estrogen Receptor

(29-26) Preventive Effects of Isoflavone on the Animal Model of Parkinson's Disease

(29-27) Protective Effects of Soybean Phospholipids and N-glycans from Soybean Lectin on Endoplasmic Reticulum Induced Neuronal Cell Death


Index
Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Vol. 4 Vol. 5 Vol. 6 Vol. 7 Vol. 8 Vol. 9
Vol.10 Vol.11 Vol.12 Vol.13 Vol.14 Vol.15 Vol.16 Vol.17 Vol.18 Vol.19
Vol.20 Vol.21 Vol.22 Vol.23 Vol.24 Vol.25 Vol.26 Vol.27 Vol.28 Vol.29
Vol.30 Vol.31 Vol.33 Vol.34 Vol.35 Vol.36 Vol.37 Vol.38    

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