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Faculty of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Marine Bioscience Professor

Mizuta Shoshi

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Profile

Date of Birth1965.8.18
AffiliationFaculty of Marine Science and Technology / Department of Marine Bioscience
TitleProfessor
RoomFaculty of Marine Science and Technology604 (Extension 1604)
E-mailmizuta at fpu.ac.jp ( at = @ )
EducationKyoto University, Graduate School of Agriculture
Academic Societies

The Japanese Society of Fisheries Science
The Japanese Biochemical Society
The Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology
The Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry

Career

1993-1996
Assistant Professor, Fukui Prefectural University, Fukui, Japan
1997-2014
Associate Professor, Fukui Prefectural University, Fukui, Japan
2015
Professor, Fukui Prefectural University, Fukui, Japan

Research Interest

Research FieldFood Chemistry
Research Summary

1. Studies on collagen from fish and shellfish
2. Mechanizm of textural development of fish and shellfish meats
3. Studies on utilization of functional constituents in sea cucumbers

Keywordscollagen protein meat fish shellfish utilization

Selected Publications

1. Mizuta S, Miyagi T, and Yoshinaka R. Characterization of the quantitatively major collagen in the mantle of oyster Crassostrea gigas. Fisheries Science 2005; 71(1): 229-235.
2. Yokoyama Y, Hashimoto H, Kubota S, Kuriyama A, Ogura Y, Mizuta S, Yoshinaka R, Toyohara H. cDNA cloning of Japanese oyster stress protein homologous to the mammalian 78-kDa glucose regurated protein and its induction by heatshock. Fisheries Science 2006; 72: 402-409.
3. Hwang JH, Yokoyama Y, Mizuta S, Yoshinaka R. cDNA cloning and characterization of Type I procollagen α1 chain in the skate Raja kenojei. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 2006; 144B: 1-10.
4. Hwang JH, Yokoyama Y, Mizuta S, Yoshinaka R. cDNA cloning and characterization of Type II procollagen α1 chain in the skate Raja kenojei. Journal of Fisheries Science and Technology 2006; 9(1): 22-29.
5. Tsukamoto H, Yokoyama Y, Suzuki T, Mizuta S, Yoshinaka R. Expression of fugu TIMP-3 and -4 genes in adult tissues and embryos. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 2006; 144B: 395-403.
6. Mizuta S, Nakashima K, Yoshinaka R. Behaviour of connective tissue in fish surimi on fractionation by sieving. Food Chemistry 2007; 100: 477-481.
7. Hwang JH, Mizuta S, Yokoyama Y, Yoshinaka R. Purification and characterization of molecular species of collagen in the skin of skate (Raja kenojei). Food Chemistry 2007; 100: 921-925.
8. Mizuta S, Nakanishi Y, Shiraishi M, Yokoyama Y, and Yoshinaka R. Properties of mantle scallop collagen: its content, tissue distribution, and thermal behavior. Fisheries Science 2007; 73(6): 1353-1361.
9. Mizuta S, Tanaka T, Yokoyama Y, Yoshinaka R. Hot-water solubility of mantle collagens in several cephalopod molluscs. Fisheries Science 2009; 75: 1337-1344.
10. Nishimoto M, Mizuta S, Yoshinaka R, Park E-Y, Nakamura Y, Sato K. Characterization and comparison of collagens extracted from the digestive tract and skin of a Japanese amberjack Seriola quinqueradiata. Journal of Food Biochemistry 2009; 33: 777-789.
11.Mizuta S, Asano C, Yokoyama Y, Taniguchi M. Molecular species of collagen in muscular and vertebral parts of white sturgeon Acipenser transmontanus. Fisheries Science 2012; 78: 399-406.
12.Mizuta S, Koizumi Y, Inoue S, Someya C, Hosoi M, Yokoyama Y, Yoshinaka R. Existence of a 400kDa glycoprotein in the dermis of sea cucumber Apostichopus armata: partial purification and characterization. Fisheries Science 2013; 79: 833-839.
13.Mizuta S, Nishizawa M, Sekiguchi F, Matsuo K, Yokoyama Y, Yoshinaka R. Enzymatic solubilization of collagen in the skin of diamond squid Thysanoteuthis rhombus: application of a fungal acid protease. Fisheries Science 2013; 79: 841-848.

Educational Activies

ClassesFood Chemistry, Chemistry II

Additional Information

1998 Achievement Award for Young Scientists in Fisheries Science
“Biochemical Studies on Muscle Collagen in Aquatic Invertebrates”

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