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Takemura Tetsuo

タケムラ テツオ | Takemura Tetsuo
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Lecturer
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.rs.kagu.tus.ac.jp/ttakemur/
Research field  (1): Biochemistry
Research keywords  (1): Biocatalysts
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2007 - 2014 New biocatalysts in organic synthesis
MISC (71):
Books (1):
  • Oxidoreductases: asymmetric reduction using photosynthetic organisms, in Electrical Phenomena at Interfaces and Biointerfaces: Fundamentals and Applications in Nano-, Bio-, and Environmental Sciences
    John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2012
Lectures and oral presentations  (8):
  • Stereochemical control in asymmetric reduction of t-butyl acetoacetate by deletion and overexpression mutants of blue-green alga Synechocystis sp. PCC6803
    (9th Symposium on Chemical Approaches to Chirality 2011)
  • Stereochemical control of asymmetric reduction by deleting an alcohol dehydrogenase gene of a cyanobacterium
    (The 15th International Congress on Photosynthesis, The Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences and International Society of Photosynthesis Research 2010)
  • Synthesis of chiral triptycenes by the enzyme-catalyzed optical resolution as a key step
    (7th symposium of chemical approaches to the chirality Chiral Materials Research Center, Tokyo University of Science 2010)
  • 塩素化芳香族化合物分解菌の単離と解析
    (環境バイオテクノロジー学会2009年度大会 2009)
  • Geochemical features and sources of organic components in Antarctic soil
    (Xth SCAR International Biology Symposium 2009)
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Education (2):
  • - 1974 Tokyo Metropolitan University(東京都立大学) Graduate School, Division of Chemistry chemistry
  • - 1972 Tokyo University of Science Faculty of Science
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Science (Tokyo University of Science)
Work history (2):
  • 1979 - 1980 Engaged in Post Doctoral Research
  • on Oxido-reduction by HLADH
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