DOUKYU Noriyuki

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DOUKYU Noriyuki
Toyo University
Faculty of Life Sciences
Job title
Associate Professor
(BLANK)(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Research funding number

Research Areas



Graduate School, Division of Life Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Published Papers

Cholesterol oxidase with high catalytic activity from Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Screening, molecular genetic analysis, expression and characterization.
DOUKYU Noriyuki
120(4) 24-30   2015   [Refereed]
Improvement of organic solvent tolerance by disruption of the lon gene in Escherichia coli.
Watanabe R, Doukyu N.
J Biosci Bioeng.   118(2) 139-144   2014   [Refereed]
Hyper-activation of foldase-dependent lipase with lipase-specific foldase.
Ogino H, Inoue S, Yasuda M, Doukyu N.
J Biotechnol.   166 20-24   2013   [Refereed]
Halarchaeum rubridurum sp. nov., a moderately acidophilic haloarchaeon isolated from commercial sea salt samples.
Yamauchi Y, Minegishi H, Echigo A, Shimane Y, Kamekura M, Itoh T, Ohkuma M, Doukyu N, Inoue A, Usami R.
Int J Syst Evol Microbiol.   63(9) 3143-3147   2013   [Refereed]
Contributions of mutations in acrR and marR genes to organic solvent tolerance in Escherichia coli.
Watanabe, R and Doukyu, N.
AMB Express   2 58   Nov 2012   [Refereed]


Oxidative Bioconversion of cholesterol by Pseudomonas sp. strain ST-200 in a water-organic solvent two-phase system.
Appl. Environ. Microbiol.   60:2518-2523    1994
Stereospecific oxidation of 3-hydroxysteroids by persolvent fermentation with Pseudomonas sp. ST-200.
Biosci. Biotech. Biochem.   60:1146-1151    1996
Aono. Control with organic solvents of efficiency of persolvent fermentation by Pseudomonas sp. strain ST-200.
Biosci. Biotech. Biochem.   60:1612-1616    1996
Biodegradation of indole at high concentration by persolvent fermentation with Pseudomonas sp. ST-200.
Extremophiles   1:100-105    1997
Lithocholic acid side-chain cleavage to produce 17-keto or 22-aldehyde steroids by Pseudomonas putida strain ST-491 grown in the presence of organic solvent, diphenyl ether
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem.   62:2182-2188    1998

Conference Activities & Talks

DOUKYU Noriyuki
DN000063   Oct 2013   
DOUKYU Noriyuki
DN000063   Nov 2014   
DOUKYU Noriyuki
DN000063   Nov 2014   

Research Grants & Projects

Organic solvent-resistant enzyme
Indigo formation in the presence of organic solvent by a microorganism
Cholesterol conversion in the presence of organic solvent by a microorganism