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NAKAYAMA Hideki

ナカヤマ ヒデキ | NAKAYAMA Hideki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Other affiliations (3):
Homepage URL  (2): https://nakayamalab.comhttps://nakayamalab.com
Research field  (5): Applied molecular and cellular biology ,  Applied microbiology ,  Applied biofunctional and bioprocess engineering ,  Environmental materials/recycling technology ,  Environmental load reduction/restoration technology
Research keywords  (7): bioengineering ,  molecular biology ,  environmental biotechnology ,  biorefinery ,  metal-biotechnology ,  biological science ,  recycle biotechnology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (7):
  • 2019 - 2022 Elucidation of mechanism for regulation of amino acid metabolism in moderately halophilic bacteria and its application to recycle biotechnology
  • 2008 - 2010 植物を用いた難分解性フェノール系汚染物資の除去システム
  • 2008 - 2009 イネのカリウム・ナトリウムイオン恒常性制御におけるイオン輸送体の生理機能
  • 2005 - 2008 Development of tools for analysis of comprehensive signals of subcellular biomolecules
  • 2006 - 2007 イネのカリウム・ナトリウム輸送におけるHAK輸送体の機能
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Papers (37):
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MISC (1):
  • Nakayama H. Bioinformatics tools for the next generation of metal biotechnology. Handbook of Metal Biotechnology: Applications for Environmental Conservation and Sustainability. 2011. 207-221
Books (2):
  • Development of Cell Surface Engineering (Ueda, M. ed.)
    CMC Publishing Co., Ltd. 2020
  • Handbook of metal biotechnology (Ike, M., Soda, S. and Yamashita, M. eds).
    Pan Stanford Publishing Pte Ltd 2011 ISBN:9789814267984
Lectures and oral presentations  (51):
  • Characterization of Manganese Oxide-biomineralization by the Psychrophilic Marine Bacterium, Arthrobacter sp. Strain NI-2 and Its Spontaneous Mutant Strain NI-2'
    (The 3rd Environment and Natural Resources International Conference (ENRIC 2018): Global Development with Environmental Sustainability 2018)
  • Development of Halomonas cell factory producing γ-aminobutyric acid from salty waste biomass
    (the 5th International Symposium “Innovative Bioproduction Indonesia 2018 (ISIBio 2018)” 2018)
  • Ectoine production from putrefactive non-volatile amines in the moderate halophile Halomonas elongata
    (2018)
  • Construction of foreign gene expression system in crabtree negative yeast cells using T-DNA based promoter trapping
    (the 4th International Symposium “Innovative Bioproduction Indonesia 2017 (ISIBio 2017)” 2017)
  • Cell-surface engineering of Halomonas elongata as an element recycling biotechnology in high salinity environments
    (the 3rd Myanmar-Japan Symposium (Promoted by Pathein University, Myanmar) 2016)
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Education (3):
  • 1997 - 2000 Nara Institute of Science and Technology Graduate School of Biological Sciences Doctor's course
  • 1995 - 1997 Nara Institute of Science and Technology Graduate School of Biological Sciences Master's course
  • 1991 - 1995 Osaka University Faculty of Engineering Department of Environmental Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • Ph. D. (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)
Work history (9):
  • 2019/04 - 現在 Nagasaki University Professor (reassignment)
  • 2018/04 - 2019/03 Graduate School of Fisheries and Environmental Sciences, Nagasaki University Professor
  • 2011/10 - 2018/03 Nagasaki University Associate Professor
  • 2009/07 - 2011/09 Kobe University Assistant Professor
  • 2007/04 - 2009/06 Nara Institute of Science and Technology Assistant Professor (reassignment)
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Awards (1):
  • 2012/06 - The 20th Bioengineering Paper Award Rice sodium-insensitive potassium transporter, OsHAK5, confers increased salt tolerance in tobacco BY2 cells
Association Membership(s) (5):
THE SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS, JAPAN ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR EXTREMOPHILES ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR PLANT CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY ,  JAPAN SOCIETY FOR BIOSCIENCE, BIOTECHNOLOGY, AND AGROCHEMISTRY ,  The Society for Biotechnology, Japan
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