Kanna Kobayashi

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The a# and b subunits of soybean b-conglycinin were expressed in rice seeds in order to improve the nutritional and physiological properties of rice as a food. The a# subunit accumulated in rice seeds at a higher level than the b subunit, but no detectable difference in mRNA transcription level between subunits was observed. Sequential extraction results(More)
The alpha' and beta subunits of soybean beta-conglycinin were expressed in rice seeds in order to improve the nutritional and physiological properties of rice as a food. The alpha' subunit accumulated in rice seeds at a higher level than the beta subunit, but no detectable difference in mRNA transcription level between subunits was observed. Sequential(More)
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