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A highly unsaturated fatty acid or a highly unsaturated fatty acid ethyl ester that has been produced using as a feedstock oil a fat or oil that contains highly unsaturated fatty acids as constituent fatty acids and which has been reduced in the contents of environmental pollutants, wherein among the dioxins contained, polychlorinated dibenzoparadioxins (PCDDs) and polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDFs) are contained in amounts of less than 0.05 pg-TEQ/g and coplanar PCBs (Co-PCBs) in amounts of less than 0.03 pg-TEQ/g. Also disclosed is a method for producing the highly unsaturated fatty acid or highly unsaturated fatty acid ethyl ester by the steps of removing free fatty acids and environmental pollutants by thin-film distillation from a feedstock oil, ethyl esterifying the resulting fat or oil, and refining the same by rectification and column chromatography.


A method for producing monovalent unsaturated free fatty acids having 20 and/or 22 carbons or low-grade alcohol esters thereof, said method involving the following: obtaining free fatty acids or low-grade alcohol esters through the hydrolysis or alcoholysis of oils and fats derived from marine products; carrying out distillation on the free fatty acids or low-grade alcohol esters, and reducing the concentration of fatty acids with 18 or less carbons in the low-grade alcohol esters or free fatty acids; and collecting fractions of monovalent unsaturated free fatty acids having 20 and/or 22 carbons or low-grade alcohol esters thereof by column chromatography based on reversed-phase distribution.


A method for producing monovalent unsaturated free fatty acids having 20 and/or 22 carbons or low-grade alcohol esters thereof, said method involving the following: obtaining free fatty acids or low-grade alcohol esters through the hydrolysis or alcoholysis of oils and fats derived from marine products; carrying out distillation on the free fatty acids or low-grade alcohol esters, and reducing the concentration of fatty acids with 18 or less carbons in the low-grade alcohol esters or free fatty acids; and collecting fractions of monovalent unsaturated free fatty acids having 20 and/or 22 carbons or low-grade alcohol esters thereof by column chromatography based on reversed-phase distribution.


Patent
Kyushu University, University of Miyazaki, Konan Gakuen and Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd. | Date: 2016-01-13

Disclosed is a transformation method whereby an ability to produce a useful substance of a stramenopile can be improved. The method for transforming a stramenopile comprises transferring a foreign gene into the stramenopile which is a microorganism belonging to the class Labyrinthula, more specifically, to a genus Labyrinthula, Altornia, Aplanochytrium, Schizochytrium, Aurantiochytrium, Thraustochytrium, Ulkenia, etc. Said foreign gene, which is a gene relating to tolerance against an antibiotic, a colorimetric protein and/or a fatty acid desaturase (5 desaturase gene, 12 desaturase gene and/or 3 desaturase gene), is transferred by using the electroporation or gene-gun technique.


Patent
Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd. | Date: 2016-04-15

A method for lowering saturated fatty acid content, the method comprising concentrating polyunsaturated fatty acid using a lipase having low reactivity for the polyunsaturated fatty acid to react with a glyceride containing a polyunsaturated fatty acid; wherein the lipase reaction is performed at a temperature of not more than 25 C.


Patent
Nippon Suisan Kaisha Ltd. | Date: 2016-09-12

A method of increasing blood cholecyctokinin level is described. The method includes administering to a subject in need of increasing blood cholecyctokinin level a therapeutically effective amount of palmitoleic acid, a salt thereof, or an ester thereof.


A crude microbial oil comprises arachidonic acid (20:4 6) as highly unsaturated constituent fatty acid, at not less than 30% by weight arachidonic acid content based on total fatty acid in the crude oil. The ester-type sterol content of the fat or oil is not more than 0.8% by weight. Also disclosed is a process for producing such crude oil by culturing a microorganism in a medium containing nitrogen source at a concentration of 2 to 15% in a culture tank equipped with an agitation impeller satisfying the requirement that the ratio of the diameter of the agitation impeller (d) to the inner diameter of the culture tank (D) is d/D = 0.30 to 0.6.


A microbial oil comprising: a specific amount of at least one polyunsaturated fatty acid having at least 20 carbon atoms in fatty acid alkyl ester form and/or in free fatty acid form; and specific amount of thermally-produced fatty acid having from 16 to 22 carbon atoms in a fatty acid alkyl ester form and/or a free fatty acid form. A production method thereof comprising: providing a starting oil containing at least one polyunsaturated fatty acid having at least 20 carbon atoms in an alkyl ester form and/or a free fatty acid form obtained from microbial biomass; performing a rectification of the starting oil under specific conditions; and obtaining the aforementioned microbial oil. A concentrated microbial oil obtained using the production method described above, and a production method thereof. An agent for treating or preventing an inflammatory disease comprising the microbial oil or the concentrated microbial oil.


A compound derived from the culture product of an actinomycete and having an antitumor activity is provided. Provided is a compound represented by any one of formulas (I), (II) and (III) or an optical isomer thereof or a pharmaceutically acceptable salt thereof which can be isolated from the culture fluid of an actinomycete which belongs to the genus Streptomyces, wherein R^(1), R^(2), R^(5 )and R^(6 )each independently represent a hydrogen atom, a methyl group, a hydroxymethyl group, a hydroxyl group, or a double bond by which R^(1 )and R^(2 )or R^(5 )and R^(6 )are bonded; R^(3), R^(4), R^(7 )and R^(8 )each independently represent a methyl group or a hydroxymethyl group; and R^(9 )represents a hydrogen atom or a hydroxyl group.


Provided is a method for producing a processed food which is produced by continuously heating/molding a fluid raw material containing a protein, a lipid, and water. A method for heating a material to be heated continuously by an internal heating system while moving the material in a tube comprising: (a) arranging the tube vertically or substantially vertically (a tilt of not greater than 15) and heating/molding a mixture while feeding the mixture upward from a bottom in the tube and/or (b) heating/molding the mixture while rotating the tube around a rotation axis, the rotation axis being a center line in a length direction of the tube. The internal heating system is preferably microwave heating, Joule heating, or high-frequency heating. The method for producing a processed protein food employs the heating/molding method for production of a processed protein food wherein a material to be heated, which is a fluid mixture containing a protein, a lipid, and water, is molded by thermally coagulating the mixture continuously by an internal heating system while moving the mixture in a tube.

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