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The Japan Food Chemical Research Foundation
FFIJournal No.177
Last updateF11/30/2006

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Foods & Food Ingredients Journal of Japan No.177
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ForewordFood as Seen by One PharmacologistHideomi FukudaUniversity o Tokyo177-1.pdf
Reviews and ArticlesIntake Levels of Food Contaminants in Dietary intake Study by Market Basket Study Method with Priority Given to Organochlorine ContaminantsMitsuharu TakedaCollege of Bioresources and Sciences, Nihon University177-2.pdf
Makoto ChinoCollege of Bioresources and Sciences, Nihon University
Hiroshi MatsufujiCollege of Bioresources and Sciences, Nihon University
Sucralose-An Intensive SweetenerFumitake FukutomiCoca-Cola (Japan) Co., Ltd.177-3.pdf
Use of Sterilizing Electrolyzed Water in Food Sanitation SystemsToyohiko DoiEngineering Research Center, Morinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd.177-4.pdf
Ryo KatoMorinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd.
Mamoru TomitaMorinaga Milk Industry Co., Ltd.
Proteolysis in CheeseShin-ichi TakafujiTechnology & Research Institute, Snow Brand Milk Products Co., Ltd.177-5.pdf
Chemopreventive Effects of Hesperidin and Diosmin, Citrus Flavonoids, Alone and in CombinationTakuji TanakaKanazawa Medical University177-6.pdf
Takashi SumidaEhime Citrus Research Institute, Inc.
Hiroshi OgawaEhime Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Association
Metabolism of Essential Fatty Acids and Vitamin B6Haruhito TsugeFaculty of Agriculture, Gifu University177-7.pdf
Fuel Gas OdorantKiyomitsu KawasakiResearch & Development Division, Soda Aromatic Co., Ltd. 177-8.pdf
Shin-ichi IinoR & D Laboratory, Soda Aromatic Co., Ltd.
The Adsorption Behavior of Different Bile Salt Species on Solids in Water - in Connection with Evaluation of Effective Hydrophobicity, Solubilization and Adsorptive MechanismYasushi SasakiEmulsion Laboratory Division, San-Ei Gen F.F.I., Inc.177-9.pdf
Gohsuke SugiharaFaculty of Science, Fukuoka University
The Experience of a Leading Manufacturer and Supplier to the Food Industry of Enzymes from Genetically Modified MicroorganismsKirsten B. StaerNovo Nordisk A/S177-10.pdf
Jorn L. MahlerNovo Nordisk A/S
Affinity Flocculation of Yeast Cell Debris by Cationic Polymer and Calcium OxideS. VaravinitFaculty of Science, Mahidol University177-11.pdf
S. ShobsngobFaculty of Science, Mahidol University
M. SuphantharikaFaculty of Science, Mahidol University
Communications to the Editor