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Hajime Yoshizumi, Nobuya Matsumoto, Osamu Fukuda, Osamu Fukushi: Process for producing alcohol by fermentation without cooking. Suntory, Frishauf Holtz Goodman & Woodward, April 30, 1985: US04514496 (65 worldwide citation)

Alcohol is produced in a noncooking system by mixing a ground starchy material with mashing liquor at the range that the weight ratio of mashing liquor to ground starchy material is from 1.8 to 3.4 to form a slurry, without cooking, adding to the slurry at least 3.5 units as a saccharifying power of ...


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Hajime Yoshizumi, Nobuya Matsumoto, Osamu Fukushi: Preparation of alcohol or alcoholic beverages. Suntory, Flynn & Frishauf, May 30, 1978: US04092434 (52 worldwide citation)

Alcohol or an alcoholic beverage is produced by a process wherein a mash of cereal grains and liquefying enzymes is cooked at a temperature of from 75.degree. C to 85.degree. C which is lower than the temperature of maximum viscosity for the mash and which is higher than the sterilization temperatur ...


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Nobuya Matsumoto, Shinichi Kunisaki, Goro Fujiwara, Mitsunobu Masuda, Hiroshi Horie, Asaichi Kawanaka: Antibacterial fiber, textile and water-treating element using the fiber and method of producing the same. Suntory, Takuma, Nitivy Company, Fisher & Associates, March 5, 1996: US05496860 (44 worldwide citation)

An antibacterial fiber includes an ion exchange fiber and an antibacterial metal ion entrapped within the ion exchange fiber through an ion exchange reaction. The invention also discloses antibacterial textiles and water-treating element using the fibers.


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Yoshiaki Yokoo, Shigemi Matsumoto, Yoshiko Hino, Nobuya Matsumoto: Method for producing low acid beverage. Suntory, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, November 19, 2002: US06482456 (31 worldwide citation)

A method for producing a low acid beverage in which a deterioration in quality associated with a pH decrease during heat sterilization or long-term storage in a heated condition is eliminated or minimized, and which is characterized by adding at least one of chitosan, chitosan oligosaccharide and gl ...


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Nobuya Matsumoto, Yasuhiro Morimura, Shinichi Kunisaki, Goro Fujiwara, Mitsunobu Masuda, Masaru Kanazawa: Germ-free liquid dispenser. Suntory, Takuma, Fisher & Associates, July 2, 1996: US05531908 (25 worldwide citation)

A germ-free liquid dispenser is disclosed. The dispenser includes a liquid container having a liquid outlet opening, a reservoir for receiving and reserving the liquid from the container, a holder for detachably holding the liquid container at its supply posture for orienting its outlet opening down ...


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Nobuya Matsumoto, Shinichi Kunisaki, Goro Fujiwara, Mitsunobu Masuda, Hiroshi Horie, Asaichi Kawanaka: Antibacterial fiber, textile and water-treating element using the fiber and method of producing the same. Suntory, Fisher & Associates, October 1, 1996: US05561167 (12 worldwide citation)

An antibacterial fiber includes an ion exchange fiber and an antibacterial metal ion entrapped within the ion exchange fiber through an ion exchange reaction. The invention also discloses antibacterial textiles and water-treating element using the fibers.


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Shigeki Tamura, Hiroaki Kitamura, Shinichi Kunisaki, Nobuya Matsumoto: Apparatus for dispensing drinking water. Suntory, Bachman & LaPointe P C, November 7, 2000: US06143258 (11 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for dispensing drinking water including of a chamber in which a container packed with drinking water is mounted, a conduit connected with the container in the chamber to dispense drinking water through the apparatus, and sterilizer installed adjacent the conduit means to apply steriliza ...


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Goro Fujiwara, Mitsunobu Masuda, Masanori Shiraishi, Nobuya Matsumoto: Machine element for use in liquid treating system. Takuma, Suntory, Shinanen New Ceramic Corporation, Felfe & Lynch, May 12, 1992: US05112486 (1 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a machine element for use in a liquid treating system. The machine element has an antibacterial property at least at a portion thereof which is to come into contact with the treated liquid in the course of system operation.


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Hirotaka Shiba, Chieko Tada, Takeshi Saeki, Nobuya Matsumoto: Method for eliminating ethanol in exhaust gas. Suntory, Paul E White Jr, Manelli Denison & Selter PLLC, July 23, 2002: US06423534 (1 worldwide citation)

A method and an apparatus for decomposing and eliminating ethanol in an exhaust gas by bringing the ethanol in the exhaust gas into contact with an ethanol-utilizing microorganism held in a filter bed are provided. A microorganism selected from the genus Candida, the genus Pichia and/or the genus Ha ...



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