CONTENTS OF
"SOY PROTEIN RESEARCH (JAPAN)"
Vol. 15, 2012
Serial Vol. 33 from former JOURNAL
(33-1) Physiological Function of Highly Purified Soy Proteins (Part III)

(33-2) Prospective Study of the Preventive Effect of Intensive Dietary Soy Intake on Atherosclerosis in an Urban General Population (Part II)

(33-3) Study of the Molecular Targets of Metabolic Improvement Caused by Soy Protein Intake (PartI)

(33-4) Isolation and Functional Characterization of Potent Receptors Involved in Insect-Derived Elicitor Recognition in Soybean Cells

(33-5) Basic Analysis of Defenses Against Nematode Infection in Plants

(33-6) Metabolome Quantitative Locus Analysis in Soybean

(33-7) Functional Analyses of cGMP/NO Signaling and MYB Transcription Factor Regulating Gene Expression of Soybean Isoflavone-biosynthetic Enzymes

(33-8) Bioactive Substances Contained in Discharges Generated during Soybean Oil Refinement -A Search for Weight-Loss Promoting Compounds-

(33-9) Study of the Mechanisms of Yeast Glycogen Accumulation Caused by Soy Peptides

(33-10) Effect of Dietary Soy Protein on Gastrointestinal Hormones that Cause an Increase in the Amount of Insulin Secretion

(33-11) Transcriptome Analysis of the Effect of Soy Protein on Improvement of Magnesium-deficient Diet-induced Disorder in Rats

(33-12) Effects of Soy Protein Isolate on the Phylogenetic Composition of Gut Microflora

(33-13) Soybean β-conglycinin Improves Lipid Metabolism in Wistar Rats

(33-14) Effect of Digested Peptides Derived from β-conglycinin on Myocellular Glucose Uptake

(33-15) Administration of a Soy-Enriched Dipeptide Efficiently Increases Tyrosine Content in the Brain and Serum of Mice

(33-16) The Basic Study of Efficient Use of Soybean Components to Maintain Geriatric Muscle Function

(33-17) The Functions of Soy Isoflavones on Epigenetic Regulation and Protection of Neuronal Cells

(33-18) Growth Inhibition Action of Lactic Acid Bacteria-Metabolic Products on Human Leukemia HL-60 Cells

(33-19) The Effect of Soybean Protein on Urinary Ca Excretion

(33-20) Effect of Soy Protein on Blood Lipid Concentration in China: a Randomized Controlled Trial

(33-21) Does Soy Intake Relate to the Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome ?

(33-22) Study on Cookie-making, less of Beany Flavor, used Soy Protein Isolate

(33-23) Cooking Possibilities and Taste Acceptability of Soluble OKARA

(33-24) Relationship between the Expression of the Ferritin Gene and Iron Contents During Seed Maturation

(33-25) Preparation of Insoluble Soy Protein Gel Enhancing Hydration with Monosaccharide as a Separation Material

(33-26) Effects of Soy Protein Isolate on Glucose Homeostasis and Kidney Functions of Type II Diabetic Model GK Rats

(33-27) Effect of Soy Peptides on the Recombinant Protein Production in Yeast

(33-28) Effect of Dietary Soy Isoflavones on Rat Skeletal Muscle Fiber Type and Muscle Mass

(33-29) Mechanism for Equol-Induced Anorectic Effect -Analysis of Free and Conjugated Equol Concentrations-

(33-30) Effect of Compounds Contained in Soybean on Macrophage Activation

(33-31) Effect of Tofuyo (Fermented Soybean Food) Extract on Influenza Virus-Infected Animals

(33-32) Induction and Suppression of Human Disease-Associated Genes in Cultured Cell Line Cells by Bean-Extract Stimulation


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.32 Vol.33 Vol.34 Vol.35 Vol.36 Vol.37    

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