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Released on the 12th of every month! Monthly BIOINDUSTRY July 2024 issue Information on a bio specialized information magazine aiming for industrialization

Released on the 12th of every month! [Monthly BIOINDUSTRY July 2024 issue] Information on a bio specialized information magazine aiming for industrialization
*CMC Publishing Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 10, 2024
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Released on the 12th of every month! [Monthly BIOINDUSTRY July 2024 issue] Information on a bio specialized information magazine aiming for industrialization
*For details such as table of contents, please visit our website below. *   * https://www.cmcbooks.co.jp/products/detail.php?product_id=115609*

CMC Publishing Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,
Representative: Kenji Tsuji) publishes the magazine “Monthly BIOINDUSTRY”
The July 2024 issue will be released on July 12th. The paper version of the magazine is priced at 6,050 yen including tax (base price 5,500 yen + tax) and can be ordered at our e-commerce site and at bookstores nationwide. At the same time, the “electronic version” will also be sold at the e-book sales site “CMCeBook” for 5,500 yen including tax (base price 5,000 yen + tax).

■* Published: * 12th of every month
■* Format: * B5 size, full color
■* ISSN code: * (Magazine version) 0910-6545
■* Price (tax included): * (Magazine version) 6,050 yen / (Electronic version) 5,500 yen
* Writer*
Nobuyoshi Komuro Chiba University
Hirose Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
Yoichiro Hama Saga University
Susumu Mitsutake Saga University
Naoki Narisawa Nihon University
Makio Asakawa Kumamoto University
So Yamamoto Fukushima Medical University
Miwako Honma Fukushima Medical University
Jun Toyota Ibaraki University; Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology *Main table of contents*
* [BIO R&D] Mental state prediction technology using non-contact environmental sensing – Indoor mental state estimation technology and location estimation technology – *
1.First of all
2 Research examples regarding mental state estimation technology 3 Mental state estimation technology using non-contact sensing 4 Results
5 Consideration
6 Conclusion
*A new lubricant aimed at reducing the invasiveness of colonoscopy* 1.First of all
2 Background and purpose of the research
3 Construction of dynamic friction coefficient measurement model 4 Main results and considerations of the research
5 Comparison with conventional lubricants
6 Conclusion

* Can you lose weight in a healthy way by eating seaweed? – Sweet substances contained in seaweed and their functionality – *
1.First of all
2 Main carbohydrates contained in seaweed
3. Floridosides contained in seaweed
4 (a) Sweetness characteristics of isofloridoside
5 (b) Utilization of isoflorideside by oral caries-causing bacteria 6 (c) Interaction between sweet taste receptors and isoflorideside 7 Conclusion
* About unique antibodies that contribute to the development and increased sensitivity of cancer prognostic markers *
1 Overview of CK2;Casein kinase 2;CSNK2A1
2 Discovery of new prognostic markers
3. Preparation and quality evaluation of anti-CK2α antibody
4 Clinical trial targeting CK2: Development of cancer prognostic marker for malignant tumors
5 Future developments
*Searching for biomarkers related to the onset of depression using psychosocial stress model mice*
1.First of all
2 What is an animal model for depression?
3 Is the sCSDS model mouse a model for atypical depression? Is it a pre-symptomatic model?
4 Regarding selection of experimental animal feed for biomarker discovery 5 Biomarker search using sCSDS model mice
6 Conclusion
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* BIO BUSINESS】 Cosmetics industry *
1 Demand and supply trends
2 Export and import trends
3 Trends in the cosmetics contract manufacturing market
4 Technology development of Japanese manufacturers

*Fragrance industry*
1 Demand and supply trends
2 Export and import trends
3 Response to safety issues
4 Manufacturer trends
5 Product development trends
* [BIO PRODUCTS] * Cyclodextrin
Carrageenan
Citric acid related products
*What is Monthly BIOINDUSTRY*
1984
Since its inception in 2007, we have provided the latest technology and market trends with the theme of industrialization of
biotechnology. We provide the latest information that is “directly relevant to work” by understanding bio-related trends deeply and broadly. For readers of all sections, including research and development staff, planning and development staff, and management in the chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, food industry, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, environment and energy-related companies, as well as researchers at universities and research institutes. This is the specialized magazine you are reading.

* ・Publication date* 12th of every month (first published in 1984) ・* Price (1 book) * Magazine version: 6,050 yen (tax included) / Electronic version: 5,500 yen (tax included)
・*Annual subscription* Magazine version: 66,000 yen (tax included) / Electronic version: 60,500 yen (tax included)
* ・List URL by year* https://www.cmcbooks.co.jp/user_data/bio_nendobetsu.php * ・Media material URL *
https://www.cmcbooks.co.jp/user_data/image/baitaisiryo/BIO_mediasheet.pdf ・* Electronic version sales site “CMCeBook” URL *
https://cmcebook.inperia.co.jp/
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