CONTENTS OF
"SOY PROTEIN RESEARCH (JAPAN)"
Vol. 12, 2009
Serial Vol. 30 from former JOURNAL
(30-1) Bioavailability of Ca Fortified 7S Globulin Rich Soy Milk in Young Women

(30-2) Systematic Review and Verification of Preventive Effects of Soy Constituents on Lifestyle-Related Diseases: Isolated Soy Isoflavone Supplements for Postmenopausal Bone Loss: Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials (Part II)

(30-3) Transcriptome and Proteome Analyses of the Molecular Mechanism of a Soybean Isoflavone, Genistein, in Overcoming Insulin Resistance

(30-4) Identification of Genes Controlling the Contents of Seed Storage Proteins in Soybean ―Identification and Functional Analysis of the Quantitative Trait Locus qPro1―

(30-5) Modification of Soybean Seed Components by Gene Silencing

(30-6) Manipulation of Biosynthesis of Seed Metabolic Components in Soybean by Gene Silencing

(30-7) Characterization of Candidate Genes Involved in Catabolism of Lutein in Soybean Seeds and Metabolic Engineering for Generation of Lutein Rich Soybean

(30-8) Verifying the Dyanamism of Protein Anabolism and Catabolism in β-conglycinin-rich, Glycinin-deficient Species of Soybean

(30-9) Relationship Between Gel Structure and Molecular Attraction of Glycinin Gel

(30-10) Analysis of Ca2+-induced Co-gelation of Soy Protein Isolate and Gellan Gum

(30-11) Coagulation Inhibition of Soy Milk with Nigari by Soybean Water-Soluble Polysaccharides

(30-12) Development of a Method of Eliminating Soy Bean Smell with Lactic Acid Bacteria

(30-13) Characterization of Yeast Cell Surface Displayed Aspergillus Oryzae β-Glucosidase 1 High Hydrolytic Activity for Soybean Isoflavone

(30-14) Improvement of Yeast Stress Tolerance by Soy Peptides
Study on the Effects of Soy Peptides on Yeast Lipid Metabolism

(30-15) Effects of Soy Peptide and Coexistent Food Components on the Metabolism of Isoflavone by Fecal Flora

(30-16) Effects of Soy Protein Isolate on Cecal Fermentation and Microbiota Patterns in Weaning Rats

(30-17) Mechanism of Appetite Regulation by Daidzein. ―Approach Using Leptin- or Cholecystokinin-Receptor Deficient-Animals―

(30-18) Influence of Rat Strain and Diet Composition on Dietary β-Conglycinin-Dependent Reduction of Food Consumption

(30-19) The Mechanism of Dietary Soy Protein Regulation of Liver Lipid Concentration

(30-20) Exaustive Analysis of Peptides Derived from Soybean Protein with Bile Acid Binding Ability through Use of the Peptide Array

(30-21) Screening of Soybean Isoflavones Inducing Gene Expression of An Insulin-inducible Transcription Factor, SHARP-2

(30-22) Flavonoids Stimulate NGF-Induced Neurite Outgrowth in PC12 Cells

(30-23) Effects of Genistein and Daidzein on the Anxiety-Like Behaviors in Mice

(30-24) Study on the Induced Expression of LDL Receptor by Soy Isoflavones

(30-25) Effect of Soy Isoflavones on the Antigen-specific Immune Responses in Mice

(30-26) Soybean Lectin-Mediated Drug Delivery: A Novel Method to Prevent Periodontal Diseases

(30-27) Protective Effects of Dilinoleoylphosphatidylethanolamine on Endoplasmic Reticurum Stress Induced Neuronal and Pancreatic β-cell Death

(30-28) Effect of Soy Bean β-conglycinin on Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

(30-29) Effect and Significance Intake of Beta-Conglucinin Fruit-Flavored Tablets on Hyperlipidemia in Subjects with Renal Dysfunctionh


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
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