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Raymond Joel: Process to accelerate the natural evolution of a product, and applications.. Raymond Joel, Lecordier Pierre, March 18, 1981: EP0025369-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

The product is subjected to an electromagnetic radiation wave which has a frequency in the vicinity of the molecular resonance frequency or of one of its harmonics in the frequency range of between 3000 and 15000 megahertz with an intensity higher than 1 milliwatt per cm. Application to the accelera ...


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Shimwell John Lester: Manufacture of vinegar. British Vinegars, August 21, 1957: GB781584-A (4 worldwide citation)

In making vinegar by acetification of alcoholic liquid, there is used a pure culture of Acetobacter operans prepared by plating out acetic acid bacteria in an actively multiplying condition, obtainable for example from a trickling process acetifier, on a solid medium such as beer wort agar or yeast ...


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Sakai Yasushi, Narishima Noriko: Vinegar acidity suppressing method. Kyowa Hakko Kogyo, April 3, 2008: JP2008-073007 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vinegar acidity suppressing method or a vinegar acidity suppressant for food and drink containing vinegar.SOLUTION: This vinegar acidity suppressing method comprises adding basic amino acid such as ornithine, citruline and arginine or its salt to food and drink con ...


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Nakano Shigeru, Kondo Michio, Fukaya Masahiro, Oda Minehiro, Sato Reina, Kondo Koichi, Shimada Masahisa: Acetic acid bacterium having reinforced acetic acid fermentation ability, and method for producing vinegar using the acetic acid bacterium. Mitsukan Group Honsha, September 7, 2006: JP2006-230329 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a means for breeding a bacterium having a reinforced acetic acid fermentation ability, by which the acetic acid bacterium having acetic acid resistance improved to a practical level is bred by the utilization of a gene encoding a protein having a function capable of ...


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Akata Tomoharu, Hashimoto Nobutsugu, Nishizawa Yoshinori: Auxotrophic mutant of useful yeast and method for breeding the variant. Yamaguchi Technology Licensing Organization, September 10, 2002: JP2002-253212 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To establish a method for breeding an auxotrophic mutant of a useful yeast with diploid or higher by modifying mutation conditions including ultraviolet irradiation, to provide the industrially useful autotrophic mutant, and to provide a new transformant system through utilizin ...


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Gerald H Mazurek: Agarose plug mold and processing chamber. Board of Regents The University of Texas System, Arnold White & Durkee, October 10, 1995: US05457050 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for the preparation of large DNA molecules from cells which have been cast in agarose. Specifically, the invention provides for a processing chamber that allows agarose plugs to be molded and processed within the same apparatus. This greatly reduces the amount of manipulation ...


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Spadoni Sergio, Spadoni Patrizio: Clarifying filter with horizontal discs and with an oscillating storage vessel for wines, sparkling beverages, vinegars and the like. Omess Enomeccanica Snc Sergio, December 29, 1989: FR2633193-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

Clarifying filter for wines, sparkling beverages, vinegars and the like, of the type with horizontal filter discs and a storage tank oscillating, relative to a support structure 11, between at least one vertical working position and a horizontal position for draining and cleaning, along a horizontal ...


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Akira Okuhara: Production of vineger with bacteria on a support. Kikkoman Corporation, Banner Birch McKie and Beckett, April 28, 1987: US04661356 (3 worldwide citation)

A process for producing vinegar is carried out by inoculating and growing acetic acid bacteria on a lipophilic fibrous support packed in a fermentation tower, and forcing a charging wort for vinegar production and an oxygen-containing gas to contact with and pass through said bacteria on the support ...


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Sidney A Barker, Roderick N Greenshields, John D Humphreys, John F Kennedy: Fermentation process. Gist Brocades, Hammond & Littell, May 22, 1979: US04155813 (3 worldwide citation)

Fermentation process, e.g. for the production of an oxidation product such as vinegar, which comprises continuously cultivating a bacterial strain, preferably in a vessel of elongated shape, in a medium containing the substrate to be fermented in the presence of a hydrous oxide of a metal selected f ...