Kyung Hoon Jung

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Conditions for the production of intracellular fructosyl transferase fromA. pullulans were investigated. Sucrose was an excellent carbon source, and there was a tendency for the enzyme production to be increased as sucrose concentration was increased. Both 0.5% phosphate and 2% sodium nitrate had positive effects on enzyme production. It was possible to(More)
Continuous production of fructooligosaccharides (FOS) by Aureobasidium pullulans immobilized on calcium alginate beads with a packed bed was investigated at a plant scale reactor. Optimum conditions were with 770 g sucrose/l, being fed at 200 l/h at 50°C which gave a productivity of 180 g FOS/l h. Initial activity was maintained for more than 100 days. The(More)
A novel two enzyme system of fructosyltransferase and glucose oxidase to enhance the content of the net fructo—oligosaccharide (FOS) fractions in the industrial production of FOS syrup from sucrose was devised. The net FOS content in the commercial FOS syrup has been limited only to 55–60 % due to the accumulation of glucose which acts as a feedback(More)
Ginseng has been widely used for therapeutic and preventive purposes for thousands of years. However, orally administered ginseng has very low bioavailability and absorption in the intestine. Therefore, fermented ginseng was developed to enhance the beneficial effects of ginseng in the intestine. In this study, we investigated the molecular mechanisms(More)
Improving the response time for polyimide (PI)-based capacitive humidity sensors is critical for real-time sensing. Multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) films were used to form the upper electrode of humidity sensor to realize an extremely short response times. MWCNT films were spray-deposited on a moisture-sensitive PI layer and subsequently patterned by(More)
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