Yuseong gu, South Korea
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Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2017-06-21

Provided are a method of producing minor ginsenosides using a ginsenoside glycosidase protein derived from a Microbacterium sp. (Microbacterium testaceum) microorganism, and a composition including the protein for conversion into minor ginsenosides. The ginsenoside glycosidase exhibits very excellent activity of specifically hydrolyzing a sugar at the C-6 position of ginsenoside to convert the ginsenoside into in-vivo absorbable minor ginsenoside, thereby being very usefully applied to mass-production of ginsenoside.


Patent
Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2017-06-21

Provided are a pharmaceutical composition for preventing or treating cervical cancer including gypenoside LXXV or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof as an active ingredient, a method of preventing or treating cervical cancer including administering the pharmaceutical composition to a subject excluding humans, a health functional food composition for preventing or improving cervical cancer including gypenoside LXXV as an active ingredient, and a feed composition for preventing or improving cervical cancer including gypenoside LXXV as an active ingredient.


The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition for preventing or treating Gleevec-resistant leukemia, containing, as an active ingredient, ginsenoside F1 or Rg3 which exhibits a preventive or therapeutic effect on Gleevec-resistant leukemia through enhancing cell killing activity of NK cells; a method for treating Gleevec-resistant leukemia comprising a step of administering the pharmaceutical composition; and a food composition for preventing or ameliorating Gleevec-resistant leukemia. Since the pharmaceutical composition of the present invention can effectively treat leukemia that exhibits resistance to conventional Gleevec, the pharmaceutical composition can be widely used for effective leukemia treatment.


Patent
Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2017-06-21

Provided is a method of preparing cinnamaldehyde by using a recombinant microorganism.


Patent
Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2017-06-21

The present invention relates to a method for screening an activator of mitochondrial activity by using gypenoside-treated cells, to a composition for screening an activator of mitochondrial activity, comprising the gypenoside, and to a kit comprising the composition. By using the method for screening an activator of mitochondrial activity of the present invention, it is possible to effectively discover a preparation which can substantially promote the mitochondrial activity, and thus the method is expected to be widely used in developing a therapeutic agent for diseases caused by mitochondrial activity inhibition.


Patent
Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2017-06-21

The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition containing ginsenoside F1 or Rh1 for preventing or treating vascular leak syndrome, to a method for treating vascular leak syndrome using the pharmaceutical composition, and to a food composition containing ginsenoside F1 or Rh1 for preventing or ameliorating vascular leak syndrome. The ginsenoside F1 or Rh1 provided in the present invention can promote angiogenesis and suppress vascular leakage, and thus can be widely utilized in the effective prevention or treatment of vascular leak syndrome.


Patent
Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Technology and Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2016-03-23

Provided are a novel UDP-glycosyltransferase (uridine diphosphate glycosyltransferase) protein from Dolwoe (Gynostemma pentaphyllum) having glycosyltransfer activity for glucose linked by a glycosidic bond at the C-20 position of PPD (protopanaxadiol)-type or PPT (protopanaxatriol)-type ginsenoside, and use thereof.


The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition, a health functional food, and a feed composition for the prevention, improvement, or treatment of non-alcoholic liver disease or insulin resistance comprising ginsenoside F2. The pharmaceutical composition according to the present invention comprising ginsenoside F2 can inhibit the adipogenesis and lipid accumulation in the liver, improve insulin sensitivity, inhibit the expression of inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-, It-1, and IL-6 in the Kupffer cell, inhibit the expression of endocannabinoid synthase, thus capable of effectively preventing or treating non-alcoholic liver disease or insulin resistance.


Patent
Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Technology and Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2016-03-02

The present invention relates to a pharmaceutical composition, a health functional food, and a feed composition for the prevention, improvement, or treatment of non-alcoholic liver disease or insulin resistance comprising ginsenoside F2. The pharmaceutical composition according to the present invention comprising ginsenoside F2 can inhibit the adipogenesis and lipid accumulation in the liver, improve insulin sensitivity, inhibit the expression of inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-, IL-, and IL-6 in the Kupffer cell, inhibit the expression of endocannabinoid synthase, thus capable of effectively preventing or treating non-alcoholic liver disease or insulin resistance.


Patent
Korea Advanced Institute of Science, Technology and Intelligent Synthetic Biology Center | Date: 2016-03-09

Provided are use of ginsenoside F2 in the prevention, improvement or treatment of liver disease, and a pharmaceutical composition, a health functional food, and a feed composition including ginsenoside F2. Ginsenoside F2 inhibits fat synthesis and accumulation in the liver, and increases distribution of regulatory T cells capable of inhibiting activity of inflammatory cells, thereby preventing hepatitis, and also increases expression of anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-10 in regulatory T cells, and inhibits differentiation of naive T cells into Th17 cells, and is thereby effectively used for the treatment of various liver diseases.

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