(Last updated : 2022-12-09 16:58:36)
  Ibuka Akiko
   Kanagawa University  Faculty of Chemistry and Biochemistry Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology
   Kanagawa University Graduate School  Graduate School of Science Course of Science (Field of Biological Sciences)
■ Present specialized field
Applied biochemistry , Bacteriology, Food sciences (Key Word:structural biology,enzyme,sweet protein) 
■ Book and Papers
1. Papers Insights into the inhibition of MOX-1 β-lactamase by S02030, a boronic acid transition state inhibitor  (Collaboration)  2021/12
2. Papers RNA-hydrolyzing activity of metallo-β-lactamase IMP-1  (Collaboration)  2020/10
3. Papers Structural and functional analysis of miraculin-like protein fromVitis vinifera.  (Collaboration)  2018/08
4. Papers Structural and Mutagenic Analysis of Metallo-β-Lactamase IMP-18.  (Collaboration)  2016/09
5. Papers Long-Chain Fatty Acids Elicit a Bitterness-Masking Effect on Quinine and Other Nitrogenous Bitter Substances by Formation of Insoluble Binary Complexes  (Collaboration)  2015/09
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/03/18 Structural analysis of miraculin-like protein from grape.
■ Belonging society
1. American Society for Microbiology
■ Exhibition, concert, and athletic meet
1. 2008 Neoculin as a new sweet protein with taste-modifying activity: purification, characterization, and X-ray crystallography (American Chemical Society ACS symposium series 979 Sweetness and Sweeteners - biology, chemistry, and psychophysics)
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