Instructable research topic for doctoral thesis
- 難消化性糖質の腸内環境改善効果および脂質代謝に及ぼす影響 （例えば、ウコン、どんぐり、高麗人参などの未利用資源）
I am from Seoul. I do not have any particular hobbies. Weekend is with my family or in the laboratory. If not so, I may be in a business trip.
|Room address||General Research Building3|
|Mail address||kyuho obihiro.ac.jp|
BelongsResearch Center for Global Agromedicine/Department of Agriculture and Animal ScienceResearch Department/Department of Life and Food Sciences/Division of Food Science/Section of Food Technology and Biotechnology
I have conducted nutritional biochemical studies using agricultural and livestock resources. For example,resistant starch of legumes such as adzuki, kintoki and tebou which are agricultural products of Hokkaido improve the intestinal environment of rats such as the increase in short-chain fatty acids and bifidobacteria within the cecum, thereby allowing transcription of hepatic genes expresions at the same time. Particularly, adzuki bean containing red pigment has a high lipid metabolism improving effect and a strong antioxidant activity, especially for anthocyanin. So it is be expected to be developed as a functional food, our reserch group have been conducted with co-ressearch by some companies. My recent rearch intersts put on the prevention of intestinal fermentation and lifestyle diseases from animal experiments using an indigestible carbohydrate derived from agricultural products such as chicory, mushroom, sugar cane or turmeric.
List of current research topics
- Effect of turmeric-derived indigestible carbohydrates on intestinal fermentation characteristics
|Related industries||Food science|
|Affiliated academic society||Japanese Associatoin for Dietary Fiber Research|
|Academic background||2009- Obihiro University, Japan
2001 to 2004 Ph.D.of Agricultural Science, The united graduate school of agriculture science, Iwate University, Japan
1999 to 2001 MS of Agriculture, Department of Bioresources Chemistry, Obihiro University, Japan
1993 to 1997 BS of Agriculture, Department of Animal Product Science, Konkuk University, Korea