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侯景滄

 

姓名

Ching T. Hou, Ph.D. 

出生日期

(西元) 1935 6 26

學歷

1954-58 National Taiwan University, Department of Agricultural

       Chemistry, Taipei, Taiwan; B.S. 1958.

1962-64 Tokyo University, Department of Agricultural  

       Chemistry, Tokyo, Japan; M.S. 1964.

1964-67 Tokyo University, Department of Agricultural         

        Chemistry, Tokyo, Japan; Ph.D. 1967.

1967-68 Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan; Postdoctoral.

1968-69 University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI; Postdoctoral.

經歷

1960-1962 Chemical Engineer, Nan Chein Alcohol Plant, Taiwan Sugar Corporation.

1969-71   National Research Council Research Associate, Northern Regional research Laboratories, ARS/USDA Peoria, IL. 

1971-1986 Principal Investigator/Group Leader, Exxon Research Center. Annandale, NJ.

1986-1988 Director, Department of Microbial Biochemistry and Genetics/Natural products, Squibb Institute for Medical Research, Princeton, NJ.

1989-Present. Lead Scientist.  National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, ARS, USDA. Peoria, IL.

1999-Present. US side chairperson, Biochemistry and Biotechnology area, US – Japan

       Natural Resources Collaboration Panel. (Governments official Panel).

2004-2008. Vice chairperson, American Oil Chemists Society Foundation.

2006-Present. President, International Society of Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology.

2009-2011. Editor-in-Chief, ISBB Special Issues in New Biotechnology. (Elsevier Press).

2011-Present. Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology. (Elsevier Press).

 

現職

國立屏東科技大學 生物科技系 講座教授(2011.8~迄今)

Lead Scientist.  National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, ARS, USDA.

Peoria, IL.

專長

Microbiology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology.

個人網頁

http://www.ars.usda.gov/pandp/people/people.htm?personid=2607

 

曾獲得之

學術榮譽

Fellow, American Academy of Microbiology. (1994)

Fellow, Society for Industrial Microbiology. (1996)

Fellow, American Oil Chemists Society. (2006)

Fellow, Japan Oil Chemists Society. (2011).

Fellow, International Society of Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology (2011).

American Oil Chemists Society Award of Merit (1999)

American Oil Chemists Society, Biotechnology Lifetime Achievement Award (2000).

通訊錄

地址

National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research

ARS/U.S. Department of Agriculture

1815 N. University Street

Peoria, Illinois. 61604

電話

(309)-681-6263. 

傳真

(309)-681-6264

E-Mail

E-mail: Ching.Hou@ARS.USDA.GOV

PUBLICATIONS

(Exclude Conference Abstracts)

  1. Hou, C. T.  Citric acid fermentation from molasses with    Aspergillus niger R3.  Agricultural Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.  1958.  (B.S. Thesis)
  2. Hou, C. T.  Enzymatic transformation of beta-carotene to vitamin A.  Agricultural Chemistry,Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan.  1964.  (M.S. Thesis)
  3. Hou, C. T., Harashima, K., and Funahashi, S.  Vitamin A ester formed by rat intestinal sections from beta-carotene.  J. Biochem. (Tokyo) 58:101-103.  1965.
  4. Hou, C. T.  Systematic determination of soybean sterols in four classes and enzymatic synthesis of steryl glucoside.  Agricultural Chemistry, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan. 1967.(Ph.D Thesis)
  5. Hou, C. T., Umemura, Y., Nakamura, M., and Funahashi, S.  Enzymatic synthesis of steryl glucoside by a particulate preparation from immature soybean seeds.  J. Biochem. 63:351-360. 1967.
  6. Perlman, D., Hou, C. T., and Capex, A.  Microbial transformations of peptide antibiotics, IV. Inducers of actinomycin and dihydrostaphylomycin S enzymes in Actinoplanes missouriensis. Antimicrob. Agents Chemotherapy 67-68.  1968.
  7. Perlman, D. and Hou, C. T.  Substrate specificity of Actinoplanes antibiotic peptide actonases.  Appl.       Microbiol. 18:272-273. 1969.
  8. Hou, C. T. and Perlman, D.  Microbial transformation of  peptide antibiotics.  V.  Purification and properties of the actinomycin lactonase from Actinoplanes missouriensis.  J. Biol.Chem. 245:1289-1295. 1970.
  9. Hou, C. T., Perlman, D., and Schallock, M. R.  Microbial transformations of peptide antibiotics.  VI. Purification and properties of a peptide lactonase hydrolyzing dihydrostaphylomycin S.  J. Antibiotics XXIII: 35-42.  1970
  10. Hou, C. T. and Perlman, D.  Purification and properties of peptide lactonases degrading actinomycin and dihydrostaphylomycin S in Actinoplanes missouriensis.  Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Chemotherapy (Tokyo).  Vol. II, p. 1014-1016.  1970.
  11. Hou, C. T., Ciegler, A., and Hesseltine, C. W.  Tremorgeic toxins from Penicilia.  I. Colorimetric determination of tremortin A and B.  Anal. Biochem. 37:422-428. 1970.
  12. Ciegler, A. and Hou, C. T.  Isolation of viridicatin from Penicillium palitans.  Arch. Microbiol. 73:261-267. 1970.
  13. Hou, C. T.  Tremorgenic toxins from Penicillia.  Report, 5th Joint US-Japan Toxic Microorganisms Panel Meeting, Brigham  City, Utah, August 1970.
  14. Hou, C. T., Ciegler, A., and Hesseltine, C. W.  Tremorgenic toxins from Penicilia. II. A new tremorgenic toxin, tremortin B, from Penicillium palitans.  Can J. Microbiol. 17:599-603. 1971.
  15. Hou, C. T., Ciegler, A., and Hesseltine, C. W.  Method to determine tremortins in agricultural commodities.  J. Assoc. Official Anal. Chem. 54:1035-1036.  1971.
  16. Hou, C. T., Ciegler, A., and Hesseltine, C. W.  Tremorgenic toxins from Penicillia.  III. Tremortin production by Penicillium species on various agricultural commodities. Appl. Microbiol. 21:1101-1103. 1971.
  17. Hou, C. T., Ciegler, A., and Hesseltine, C. W.  A new mycotoxin from Trichoderma viride  isolated from southern bright infected corn.  Appl. Microbiol. 23:183-185.  1972.
  18. Hou, C. T. and Ciegler, A.  Production of tremortins A, B and C.  U.S. Patent 366,630.April 1972.  
  19. Abbott, B. J. and Hou, C. T.  Oxidation of 1-alkenes to 1,2-epoxyalkenes by Pseudomonas  oleovorans.  Appl. Microbiol. 26:86-91. 1973.
  20. Katayama, K., M. Kiribuchi, M., Hou, C. T., Nakamura, M., and Funahashi, S.  A method for fractional determination of soybean sterols in four classes by Florisil column chromatography.  Agric. Biol. Chem. 38:1661-1667.  1974.
  21. Zaborsky, O. R., Hou, C. T., and Olgetree, J.  Circular       dichroism of protocatechuate 3,4- dioxygenase from Pseudomonas aeruginosaBiochem. Biophys. Acta 386:18-25. 1975.
  22. Hou, C. T.  Circular dichroism of holo- and apo-protocatechuate 3,4-dioxygenase.  Biochem

14:3899-3902. 1975.

  1. Hou, C. T., Lillard, M. O., and Schwartz, R. D.   Protocatechuate 3,4-dioxygenase from  Acinetobacter calcoaceticus.  Biochemistry 15:582-589.  1976.
  2. Hou, C. T. and Lillard, M. O.  Immunological properties of protocatechuate 3,4-dioxygenase isofunctional enzymes.  J. Bacteriol. 126:516-519. 1976.
  3. Hou, C. T. and Laskin, M. O.  Microbial conversion of      dibenzothiophene.  Dev. Ind.

    Microbiol. 17:351-362. 1976.

  1. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Felix, A., and Lillard, M. O. Catechol 1,2-dioxygenase from  Acinetobacter calcoaceticus. Purification and properties.  J. Bacteriol. 126:536-544. 1976.
  2. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Felix, A., and Lillard, M. O. Inhibition of dimethylether on methane oxidation in Methylococcus capsulatus and Methylosinus trichosporium. J. Bacteriol. 126:1017-1019. 1976.
  3. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Lillard, M. O.  Extradiol cleavage of 3-methycatechol by catechol 1,2-dioxygense       from various microorganisms.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol.33:725-727.  1977.
  4. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methane and methanol:  Crystallization of methanol dehydrogenase and properties of holo- and apo-methanol dehydrogenase from Methylomonas methanicca.  J. Bacteriol. 133:641-649. 1978.

30. Hou, C. T.  Iron-binding ligands in the catalytic site of protocatechuate 3,4-dioxygenase. Bioinorg. Chem. 8:237-243.  1978.

  1. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Lillard, M. O., Felix, A., and Florance, J.  Circular dichroism of catechol 1,2-dioxygenase from Acinetobacter calcoaceticus.  Bioorg. Chem. 7:115-119. 1978.
  2. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methane and methanol:  Isolation of methane-utilizing bacteria and characterization of a facultative methane-utilizing isolate.  J. Bacteriol. 136:352-358. 1978.

33. Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Patel, R. N.  Growth and        polysaccharide production by Methylocystis parvus OBBP on methanol.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 37:800-804.  1979.

  1. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methane and methanol: Purification and properties of cytochrome c from Methylomonas methanica.  J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. 25:197-204. 1979.
  2. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methane and methanol: Purification and properties of aldehyde dehydrogenase from Methylmonas methylovora. Arch. Microbiol. 122:241-247. 1979.

36. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons.  I. Epoxydation of C2-C4 n-alkenes by methylotrophic bacteria.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 38:127-134. 1979.

  1. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., Felix, A., and Derelanko, P.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons:  II.  Hydroxylation of n-alkanes and epoxydation of n-alkenes by cell-free particulate fractions of methane-utilizing bacteria.  J. Bacteriol. 139:695-697. 1979.
  2. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Barnabe, N., and Marczak, I.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons.  III. Production of methyl ketones from their corresponding secondary alcohols by methane and methanol grown microbes.        Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 38:135-142. 1979.
  3. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Barnabe, N., and Marczak, I.  Identification and purification of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide-dependent secondard alcohol dehydrogenase from C1 utilizing microbes.  FEBS Lett. 101:179-183. 1979.
  4. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., Derelanko, P., and Felix, A.  Microbial production of methyl ketones: Purification and properties of a secondary alcohol dehydrogenase from yeast.Eur. J. Biochem. 101:401-406. 1979.
  5. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., Derelanko, P., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methanol.  Oxidation of secondary alcohols to methyl ketones by yeasts.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 38:219-223. 1979.
  6. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Felix, A.  Microbial oxidation of methane and methanol: Purification and properties of heme containing aldehyde dehydrogenase from Methylomonas methylovora.  Arch. Microbiol. 122:214-247. 1979.
  7. Laskin, A. I., Hou, C. T., and Patel, R. N.  Novel enzyme from methylotrophic microorganisms.  Proc. Enzyme Eng. 5:167-169.  1979.
  8. Hou, C. T.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons. Introduction.  Adv. Appl. Microbiol. 26:1. 1980.
  9. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Epoxydation and ketone-formation by C1-utilizing microbes.  Adv. Appl. Microbiol. 26:41-69. 1980.
  10. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., Felix, A., and Derelanko, P.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons: Production of methylketones from corresponding n-alkanes by methane-utilizing bacteria.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 39:727-733. 1980.
  11. Laskin, A. I., Hou, C. T., and Patel, R. N.  Oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons.  Proceedings 6th International Fermentation Symposium, London, Ontario, Canada.  July 1980.
  12. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons:  V. Production of secondary alcohols from corresponding n-alkanes by methane-utilizing bacteria. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 39:720-726. 1980.
  13. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Derelanko, P., and Felix, A. Purification and properties of a heme-containing aldehyde dehydrogenase from Methylosinus trichosporium.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 203:654-662. 1980.
  14. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N. Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons:  Oxidation of lower n-alkenes and n-alkanes by resting cell suspensions of various methylotrophic bacteria, and the effect of methane metabolites.  FEMS Microbiol.Lett. 9:267-270. 1980.
  15. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Secondary alcohol dehydrogenase enzyme and use thereof.  U.S. Patent 4,241,184.  December 23, 1980.
  16. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Epoxidation and ketone formation by C1-utilizing microbes.  Adv. Appl. Microbiol. 26:41-69. 1980.

53. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Marczak, I., and Barnabe, N.    Microbial oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons:  Production of alcohols and methylketones from their corresponding n-alkanes by methylotrophic bacteria.  Can. J. Microbiol.     27:107-115. 1981.

  1.  Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Production of methylketones by methylotrophic organisms:  Purification and properties of a secondary alcohol dehydrogenase from Pichia sp.  Proceedings 3rd International Symposium on Microbial Growth of C1 Compounds.Sheffield, England.  August 1981.
  2. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial production of ketones from C3-C6 secondary alcohols.  U.S.   Patent 4,250,259.  February 10, 1981.
  3. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, and Laskin, A. I.  Method for producing microbial cells and use thereof to produce oxidation products.  U.S. Patent 4,266,034.  May 5, 1981
  4. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial production of ketones from C3-C6 alkanes.  U.S. Patent 4,268,630.  May 19, 1981.
  5. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial alkane oxidation.  U.S. Patent 4,269,940.  May 26, 1981.
  6. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Marczak, I., and Barnabe, N.  Production of terminal and subterminal oxidation products from n-alkanes by methylotrophic bacteria.  Dev. Ind. Microbiol. 22:467-478. 1981.
  7. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N. Substrate- and stereo-specificity of NAD-linked alcohol dehydrogenases from methanol-grown yeasts.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol.  41:829-832. 1981.
  8. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Derelanko, P. Microbial production of methylketones:  Properties of purified yeast secondary alcohol dehydrogenase.  J. Appl.Biochem. 3:218-232. 1981.
  9. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Derelanko, P. Microbial oxidation of methanol: Properties of crystallized alcohol oxidase from a yeast, Pichia sp.  Arch. Biochem. 210:481-488. 1981.
  10. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Barnabe, N., and Marczak, I.    Stereospecificity and other properties of a novel secondary alcohol-specific alcohol dehydrogenase.  Eur. J. Biochem. 119:359-3641981.
  11. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial oxidation of methanol:  Properties of crystallized alcohol oxidase from a yeast, Pichia sp.  Proceedings, 7th International Symposium of flavins and flavoproteins, Ann Arbor, MI, June 1981.
  12. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Production of  industrial chemicals by methylotrophs:  Processes and genetic aspects.  Proceedings, 4th International Symposium on Genetics of Industrial Microorganisms, Kyoto, Japan, June,       1982.
  13. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N.  NAD linked formate dehydrogenase from methanol-grown Pichia pastoris NRRL Y-7556.  Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 216:296-305. 1982.
  14. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Marczak, I., and Barnabe, N.  Epoxydation and hydroxylation of C4 and C5 branch-chain alkenes and alkanes by methylotrophic bacteria.Dev. Ind. Microbiol. 23:477-482. 1982.
  15. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Oxidations of gaseous hydrocarbons and related compounds by methanotrophic organisms.  Dev. Ind. Microbiol. 23:187-205. 1982.
  16. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Barnabe, N.  Identification of an NAD-linked formaldehyde reducing enzyme for methanol-grown Pichia pastoris NRRL Y-7556.  FEMS Microbiol.Lett.15:159-163.  1982.
  17. Hou, C. T.  Microbial transformation of important industrial hydrocarbons in J. P. Rossaza (ed.) Microbial transformation of bioactive compounds, pp. 81-108, CRC Press, Boca Raton,FL, 1982. (Book Chapter)
  18. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Felix, A. Epoxydation of alkenes and hydroxylation of alkanes by soluble methane monoxygenase:  Regeneration of cofactor NADH2.  J. Appl. Biochem. 4:175-184. 1982.
  19. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Felix, A. Microbial oxidation of hydrocarbons: Properties of a soluble methane monoxygenase from a facultative methane-utilizing organism,Methylobacterium sp. strain CRL-26. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 44:1130-1137.  1982
  20. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Properties of a crystallized methanol oxidase from Pichia sp. in Massey, V. and Williams, C. (ed.) Flavine and Flavoproteins, Academic Press,  New York, pp. 196-201, 1982. (Book Chapter).
  21. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N. Epoxydation of alkenes of methane monoxygenase:  Generation and regeneration of cofactor, NADH2, by dehydrogenases.  J.Appl. Biochem. 4:379-383. 1982.
  22. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbiological epoxidation process.  U.S. Patent 4,347,319.  August 31,1982
  23. Hou, C. T.  Production of epoxides such as propylene oxide using packed catalytic bed containing moist resting cells exhibiting oxygenase activity.  U.S. Patent 4,348,476. September 7, 1982.
  24. Hou, C. T.  Heterogeneous bioreactor for the production of propylene oxide from propylene with cells of methanotrophs. Proceedings 4th International Symposium on Microbial Growth on C1 Compounds, Minneapolis, MN, September 1983.
  25. Hou, C. T.  Oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons by methylotrophs: Heterogeneous bioreactor.  Enzyme Eng. 7(434):541-548.  7th International Conference on Enzyme Engineering, White Haven, PA, September 1983.
  26. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Derelanko, P.  Microbial oxidation of methanol:  Purification and properties of formaldehyde dehydrogenase from Pichia sp. NRRL Y-11328. Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 221:135-142. 1983.
  1. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Barnabe, N., and Barist, I.  Purification and properties of a NAD-linked 1,2-propanediol dehydrogenase from propane-grown Pseudomonas fluorescens NRRL B-1244.  Arch Biochem. Biophys. 223:297-   308.  1983.
  2. Patel, R. N. and Hou, C. T.  Enzymatic transformation of hydrocarbons by methanotrophic organisms.  Dev. Ind. Microbiol. 24:141-163.  1983.
  3. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, A. I., Barnabe, N., and Barist, I.  Thermostable NAD-linked secondary alcohol      dehydrogenase from propane-grown Pseudomonas fluorescens NRRL B-1244.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 46:98-105. 1983.
  4. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, I., Barnabe, N., and Barist, I.  Epoxidation of short-chain alkenes by resting      cell suspensions of propane-grown bacteria.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 46:171-177. 1983.
  5. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., Laskin, I., Barnabe, N., and Barist, I.  Production of methyl ketones from secondary alcohols by cell suspensions of C2-C4 n-alkane-grown bacteria.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 46:178-184. 1983.
  6. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, I., Felix, A., and Derelanko, P.  Oxidation of alkanes by organisms grown on C2-C4 alkanes.  J. Appl. Biochem. 5:107-120. 1983.
  7. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., Felix, A., and Derelanko, P.  Epoxydation of n-alkenes by organisms grown on gaseous alkanes.  J. Appl. Biochem. 5:121-131. 1983.
  8. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbial oxidative conversion.  U.S. Patent 4,360,267.  January 11, 1983.
  9. Patel, R. N., Hou, C. T., and Laskin, A. I.  Method for producing microbial cells and use thereof to produce oxidation products.  U.S. Patent 4,375,515.  March 1, 1983.
  10. Hou, C. T.  Propylene oxide production from propylene by immobilized whole cells of Methylosinus sp. CRL31 in a gas-solid bioreacter.  Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 19:1-4.1984.
  11. Hou, C. T.  Microbial utilization of gaseous alkanes. Annual Rep. Ferment. Proc. 7:21-43.1984.
  12. Hou, C. T.  Microbiology and biochemistry of methylotrophic bacteria.  In C. T. Hou (ed.) Methylotrophes:  Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Genetics, pp. 1-54, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.  (Book Chapter)
  13. Hou, C. T.  Other applied aspects of methylotrophs.  In C. T. Hou (ed.) Methylotrophs: Microbiology, Biochemistry and Genetics, pp. 145-166, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.(Book Chapter)
  14. Hou, C. T., Laskin, A. I., and Barnabe, N.  Purification and properties of a thermostable NAD-linked secondary alcohol dehydrogenase from Pseudomonas fluorescens.  Dev. Ind. Microbiol. 25:437-448. 1984.
  15. Hou, C. T.  Oxidation of gaseous hydrocarbons by methanotrophs:  Heterogeneous bioracter.Enz. Eng. 7:542-548.  1984.
  16. Hou, C. T.  Methylotrophs:  Microbiology, biochemistry, and genetics, Book editor/author, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 1984.
  17. Hou, C. T., Patel, R. N., and Laskin, A. I.  Microbiological process for oxidation of secondary alcohols to methyl ketones-propane-grown cells.  Can. Patent 1,189,807.July 2, 1985.
  18. Hou, C. T. and Barnabe, N.  Xanthan degrading enzymes.  Enzyme Eng. 8:127.  1985.
  19. 102. Hou, C. T., Barnabe, N., and Greany, K.  Biodegradation of  xanthan by salt-tolerant aerobic microorganisms.  J. Ind.         Microbiol. 1:31-37. 1986.
  20. Hou, C. T., Barnabe, N., and Greany, K.  Purification and properties of a novel xanthan depolymerase from a salt-tolerant bacterial culture, HD1.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol.52:37-44.  1986.
  21. Hou, C. T.  Recent progress in methanotrophs and methane monoxygenases.  Biotechnol. Genetic Eng. Rev. 4:145-168. 1986.
  22. Hou, C. T.  Topics in petroleum biotechnology.  Proceedings,   International Union of Biochemistry, Conference on The dynamics of soluble and immobilized enzyme systems, fundamental and practical aspects, Beijing, China, May 1986.
  23. Hou, C. T. and Barnabe, N.  Xanthan depolymerase and method for producing same. Can. Patent 1,211,728.  September 23, 1986.
  24. Hou, C. T. and Barnabe, N.  Xanthan depolymerase and method for producing same. Can.Patent 1,215,333.  December 16, 1986.
  25. Hou, C. T. and Barnabe, N.  Xanthan-degrading enzymes.  Ann.NY Acad. Sci. 51:494-502.1987.
  26. Hou, C. T. and Barnabe, N.  Method and the microorganisms and enzyme used therein for degrading the xanthan molecule: culturing soil Bacillus, mutants.  U.S. Patent 4690891. September 1, 1987.
  27. Koritala, S., Hosie, L., Hou, C. T., Hesseltine, C. W. and Bagby, M. O.  Microbial conversion of oleic acid to 10-hydroxystearic acid.  Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 32:299-304. 1989.

107. Hou, C. T., Bagby, M. O., Plattner, R. D., and Koritala, S. A novel compound, 7,10-

    dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid from oleic acid by bioconversion.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.

    68:99-101. 1991.

108. Hou, C. T. and Bagby, M. O.  Production of a new compound, 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid from oleic acid by Pseudomonas sp. PR3.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 7:123-130. 1991.

109. Hou, C. T. and Bagby, M. O.  10-Hydroxy-8-(Z)-octadecenoic acid, an intermediate in the formation of 7,10-dihydroxy-8-(E)-octadecenoic acid from oleic acid by Pseudomonas sp. PR3.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 9:103:107. 1992.

110. Knothe, G., Bagby, M. O., Peterson, R. E., and Hou, C. T.  7,10-Dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid:  Stereochemical characterization and a novel derivative, 7,10-dihydroxyoctadecanoic acid.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 69:367-371.  1992.

111. Hou, C. T. and Johnston, T. M.  Screening of lipase activities with cultures from the Agricultural Research Service Culture Collection.  J. Am. Oil. Chem. Soc. 69:1088-1097.1992.

112. Hou, C. T.  Screening of microbial esterases for asymmetric hydrolysis of 2-ethylhexyl butyrate.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 11:73-81. 1993.

113. Hou, C. T., Nakamura, L. K., Weisleder, D., Peterson, R. E., and Bagby, M. O. Identification of NRRL strain B-18602  (PR3) as Pseudomonas aeruginosa and effect of phenazine 1-carboxylic acid formation on 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid accumulation.  World J. Microbiol.  Biotechnol. 9: 570-573.  1993.

114. Hou, C. T., Jackson, M. A., Bagby, M. O., and Becker, L. A.        Microbial oxidation of cumene by octane-grown cells.  Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 41: 178-182. 1994.

115. Hou, C. T.  pH dependence and thermostability of lipase from cultures from the ARS Culture Collection.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 13: 242-248. 1994.

116. Hou, C. T., Seymour, T. A., and Bagby, M. O.  Microbial oxidation of cumene.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 13: 97-102. 1994.

117. Hou, C. T.  Conversion of linoleic acid to 10-hydroxy-12(Z)-octadecenoic acid by Flavobacterium sp. strain DS5.  J. Am.        Oil Chem. Soc.  71: 975-978. 1994.

118. Hou, C. T.  Production of 10-ketostearic acid from oleic acid by a new microbial isolate, Flavobacterium sp. DS5 (NRRL B-14859).  Appl. Environ. Microbiol.  60: 3760-3763.1994.

119. Hou, C. T.  Is strain DS5 hydratase a C-10 positional specific enzyme?  Identification of bioconversion products from a- and g-linolenic acids by Flavibacterium sp. DS5. J. Ind. Microbiol. 14: 31-34. 1995.

120. Hou, C. T.  Microbial oxidation of unsaturated fatty acids. Advance in Applied Microbiol.41: 1-23. 1995.

121. Hou, C. T.  Production of an extracellular polysaccharide by Agrobacterium sp. DS3 NRRL

    B-14297 isolated from soil.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 14: 31-34. 1995.

122. Hou, C. T.  Production of hydroxy fatty acids from unsaturated fatty acids by Flavobacterium sp. DS5 hydratase, a C-10 positional specific and cis-unsaturation specific enzyme.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 72: 1265-1270. 1995.

123. Hou, C. T.  A novel compound, 12,13,17-trihydroxy-9(Z)-octadecenoic acid from linoleic acid by a new microbial isolate Clavibacter sp. ALA2.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.  73:1359-1362. 1995

124. Hou, C. T., Ahlgren, J. A.,. Brown, W., and Nicholson, J. J.  Production of an extracellular

    polysaccharide by Agrobacterium sp. DS3 NRRL B-14297 isolated from soil.  J. Ind. Microbiol. 16:129-133. 1996.

125. Chen, L., Imam, S. H., Stein, T. M., Gordon, S. H., Hou, C. T., and Greene, R. V.  Starch-

    polyvinyl alcohol cast film-performance and biodegradation.  Polymer Preprints, Am. Chem.

    Soc., New Orleans, LA, pp. 461-462.  1996.

126. Hou, C. T.  Foreword, special issue: Biotechnology.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 73:1345. 1996.

  1. Hou, C. T.  A novel compound, 12,13,17-trihydroxy-9(Z)-octadecenoic acid, from linoleic acid by a new microbial isolate Clavibacter sp. ALA2.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 73:1359-1362.  1996.
  2. Hou, C.T., W. Brown, D.P. Labeda, T.P. Abbott and D. Weisleder.  Microbial production of a novel trihydroxy unsaturated fatty acid from linoleic acid.  J. Ind. Microbiol. & Biotechnol. 19: 34-38. 1997.

129. Hou, C. T.  Characterization of new yeast lipase.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.  74: 1391-1394. 1997.

130. Hou, C. T.  Foreword, special issue: Biotechnology.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 74:1343.  1997. 

131. Hou, C. T.  Value-added products from oils and fats through bio-processes.  Proceedings, International Symposium on New Approaches to Functional Cereals and Oils, pp. 669-680. 1997. 

132. Kuo, T. M., Hou, C. T., and Manthey, L.  Fatty acid bioconversion by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.  75: 875-879. 1998. 

133. Hou, C. T., Gardner, H., and Brown, W.  Production of multihydroxy fatty acids from linoleic acid by Clavibacter sp. ALA2.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 75: 1483-1487. 1998.

134. Hou, C.T. Foreword, special issue: Biotechnology. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 75:1471.  1998. 

135. Hou, C.T.  12,13,17-Trihydroxy-9(Z)-octadecenoic acid and derivatives and microbial isolate for production of the acid.  U.S. Patent No. 5,852,196.  1998.

136. KUO, T.M., MANTHEY, L.K. and HOU, C.T.  Fatty acid bioconversions by Pseudomonas

    aeruginosa PR3. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 75:875-879. 1998.

137. Hou, C.T. Kuo, T.M., and Lanser, A.C.  “Production of hydroxy fatty acids by biocatalysis” Book chapter   in G. Knothe and J.T.P. Derksen (Eds.)  “Recent Development in the Synthesis of Novel Fatty Acid Derivaties” AOCS Press, Champaign, IL. pp 213-226. 1999.

138. Hou, C.T.  “Bioactive lipids”.  Proceedings of the 23rd World Congress and Exhibition of the International Society for Fat Research, Briton, UK. October 3-7, 1999. P11-12.

139. Kuo, T. M. and Hou, C. T. Bioconversions of unsaturated fatty acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Recent Res. Developments in Oil Chem. 3:1-10, 1999.

140. Hou, C.T. Microbial production of a novel compound 7,10-dihydroxy-8-octadecenoic acid from oleic acid.     US patent number: 5,900,496. May 4, 1999

141. Gardner, H., and Hou, C.T. “All (S) stereoconfiguration of 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid from bioconversion of oleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa”.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.  76: 1151 – 1156, 1999.

142. Kuo, T. M., Lancer, A. C. and Hou, C. T. “Conversion of oleic acid by Sphigobacterium thalpophilum O22”.  Proceedings of the AOCS-OTAI International Conference on Oilseeds &Vegetable Oil Processing.   February 19-21, 1999, New Delhi, India.

143. Hou, CT.  “Bioconversion of fatty acids to value-added industrial products”.  Proceedings of the US-Japan Natural Resources Cooperative Program, Tsukuba, Japan.141-146, 1999.

144. Kuo, T.M., Lanser, A.C., Kaneshiro, T., and Hou, C.T. “Conversion of oleic acid to 10-

    ketostearic acid by Sphingobacterium sp. strain O22”. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 76: 709-712, 2000.

145. Hou, C.T.  “Lipases, Industrial Uses”.  Encyclopedia of Microbiology.  3: 49-54, 2000.

146. Hou, C.T. “Growth inhibition of plant pathogenic fungi by hydroxy fatty acids”.  J. Indust. Microbiol.   Biotechnol.  24: 275-276, 2000.

147. Kim, H., Gardner, H.W., and Hou, C.T. “10(S)-Hydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid, an intermediate in the conversion of oleic acid to 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid”.  J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. 77: 95-99, 2000

148. Hou, C.T.  “Bioconversion of unsaturated fatty acids to value-added products”.  Book chapter in Badal Saha ed. in the ACS Symposium Book on “Advances in Applied Biocatalysis” by ACS Press.  Chapter 7, pp92-102, 2000.

149. Kim, H, Kuo, TM, and Hou, CT.  “Production of 10,12-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid, an intermediate in the conversion of ricinoleic acid to 7,10,12-trihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  J. Industrial Microbiol. & Biotechnol. 24: 167-172, 2000.

150. Hou, C.T. “Modified usage of oils through microbial enzymes”.  Proceedings of the

    International soybean processing and utilization conference.  October 2000. Tsukuba, Japan.

151. Kuo, TM, AC Lanser, LK Nakamura, and CT Hou.  Production of 10-ketostearic acid and

   10-hydroxystearic acid by strains of Sphingobacterium thalpophilum isolated from composted manure. 

Current Microbiol. 40: 105-109, 2000.

152. Hou, CT.  “Production of novel fatty acids through biocatalysis”.  Proceedings of the 29th US and Japan

Natural Resources Protein Panel Meeting.  Honolulu, HI.CC1-6. 2000.

153. Hou, C.T.  Biotransformation of unsaturated fatty acids to industrial products.  Advances in

   Applied Microbiol. Volume 47. 201-220, 2000.

154. Kim, H., HW Gardner, and CT. Hou.  Production of isomeric 9,10,13 (9,12,13)-trihydroxy-

   11E (10E)-octadecenoic acid from linoleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.   J.

    Industrial Microbiol. & Biotechnol.  25: 109-115, 2000.

155. Gardner, HW. CT. Hou, D. Weisleder and W. Brown.  Biotransformation of linoleic acid by Clavibacter sp. ALA2: Cyclic and bicyclic fatty acids.   Lipids. 35: 1055-1060, 2000.

156. Hou, C.T. “Modified usage of oils through microbial enzymes”.  Proceedings of the International Soybean Processing and Utilization Conference.  Tsukuba, Japan. No. 97, 2000.

157. Kuo, T.M., H. Kim, and C.T. Hou. “Production of a novel compound, 7,10,12-trihydroxy-

8(E)-octadecenoic acid from ricinoleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3”.  Current

    Microbiology. 43: 198-203, 2001.

158. Hou, CT.  “Industrial uses of lipase” in Kuo and Gardner ed. “Lipid Biotechnology”, Marcel

    Dekker, Inc. Press. NY, NY. Pp387-397, 2002.

159. Hou, C.T. and Yugo Iwasaki.  “Value added products from linoleic acid by Clavibacter sp.

    ALA2”. Proceedings of the 30th US and Japan Natural Resources Protein Panel Meeting.

    October, 2001. Tsukuba, Japan. pp174 – 177. 2001.

160. Hou, C.T., H.W. Gardner, and W. Brown. “12,13,16-Trihydroxy-9(Z)-octadecenoic acid,

    a Possible intermediate in the biosynthesis of linoleic acid to tetrahydrofuranyl fatty acids

    by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”. JAOCS. 78: 1167-1169, 2001.

161. Kuo, T.M. and C.T. Hou. “7,10,12-Trihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid and derivatives and

    uses thereof”.  US Patent #6310007 B1.  October 30, 2001.

162. Wilson, R.F., C.T. Hou, and D.F. Hildebrand eds.  Preface in “Dealing with Genetically

    Modified Crops”. AOCS Press, Champaign, IL.  2001. 

163. Kim, Hakryul, Yoong-Suk Jang and Ching T. Hou.  “Effect of metal ions on the production

    of isomeric 9,10,13 (9,12,13)-Trihydroxy-11E(10E)-octadecenoic acid from linoleic acid

    by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3”.  J. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 30: 752-757.

    2002.

164. Kuo T.M. Tsuneo Kaneshiro and C.T. Hou.  "Microbial Production of hydroxy fatty acids"

    in Kuo and Gardner ed. "Lipid Biotechnology", Marcel  Dekker, Inc. Press. NY, NY. Pp

    605-628, 2002.

165. Iwasaki, Y., W. Brown and C.T. Hou.  “Biosynthetic pathway of diepoxy bicyclic fatty acids

    from linoleic acid by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”.  JAOCS 79: 369-372, 2002.

166. Irimescu, R., Y. Iwasaki and C.T. Hou.  “Study of TAG ethanolysis to 2-MG by

    immobilized Candida antarctica lipase and synthesis of symmetrically structured TAG”.

    JAOCS 79: 879 – 883, 2002.

167. Hou, C.T., T.M. Kuo, and A.C. Lanser. Value-added products through bioprocesses: New

    hydroxy fatty acids.  INFORM 13: 307-316, 2002.

168. Lanser, A.C., L.K. Manthey, and C.T. Hou. “Regioselectivity of new bacterial lipases

    determined by hydrolysis of triolein”.  Current Microbiology. 44: 336-340, 2002.

169. Hosokawa, M. CT Hou, D. Weisleder and W. Brown.  “Biosynthesis of tetrahydrofuranyl

    fatty acids from linoleic acid by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”.  JAOCS. 80: 145 – 149, 2003.

170. Hou, C.T.  “New uses of vegetable oils: Novel oxygenated fatty acids by

    biotransformation”.  SIM News 53: 56 – 61. 2003.

171. Hou, CT, M. Hosokawa, and Y. Iwasaki. “Bioconversion of unsaturated fatty acids to

    value-added functional products”.  Proceedings of the 5th International Congress on essential

    fatty acids and eicosanoids, AOCS Press, Champaign, IL. pp 12 – 17, 2003.

172. Hosokawa, M. and CT. Hou.  “Formation of cyclic products from polyunsaturated fatty acids by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”.  Proceedings of the 5th International Congress on essential fatty acids and eicosanoids, AOCS Press, Champaign, IL. pp 36 – 41, 2003.

173. Hou, CT. and M. Hosokawa. “Bioconversion of a-linolenic acid by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”.

    Proceedings of the 31st US and Japan Natural Resources Protein Panel Meeting.  December,

    2002. Monterey, CA. X1-11. 2002.

174. Hosokawa, M., CT. Hou and D. Weisleder. “Production of novel tetrahydrofuranyl fatty acids from a-linolenic acid by Clavibacter sp. Strain ALA2”.  Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69: 3868-3873 (2003).

175. Hosokawa, M. CT. Hou and D. Weisleder. “Bioconversion of n-3 and n-6 polyunsaturatedfatty acids by Clavibacter sp. ALA2”. JAOCS. 80: 1085-1091, 2003. 

176. Hou, CT and Hosokawa, M.  New value-added products from PUFAs.  Proceedings of the

    32nd UJNR Food and Agriculture Panel meeting, Tsukuba, Japan, November 9-15, 2003.

    Pp247-256.

177. Hou, C.T.  Oil and Fat Industry in the U.S.: Past, Present, and Future.  Proceedings of 12th

    Osaka City University International Symposium.  Osaka, Japan. September 27 – 29, 2004.

    Pp 69-72.

178. Hou, CT.  DP Labeda, and A Rooney.  Value-added products from vegetable oil: Screening

    of microbial strains for linoleic acid bioconversion and reclassification of strain ALA2.

    Proceedings of the 32nd UJNR Food and Agriculture Panel meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii.

    December 2004. pp 235 – 239. 

179. Hou, C.T. and M. Hosokawa.  Value-added industrial products through biocatalysis: Production of novel fatty acids.  In Hou CT ed. “Handbook of Industrial Biocatalysis” Taylor & Francis /CRC, Inc. NY, NY.  Chapter 7: 1-25 (2005).

180. Hou, CT.  DP Labeda and A Rooney.  Evaluation of microbial strains for linoleic acid hydroxylation and reclassification of strain ALA2.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek. 88:167-171 (2005).

181. Hou, CT.  Effect of environmental factors on the production of oxygenated unsaturated

    fatty acids from linoleic acids by Bacillus megaterium ALA2.  Applied Microbiology and

    Biotechnology. 69: 463-468 (2005).

182. Hou, CT. Monooxygenase system of Bacillus megaterium ALA2: Studies on palmitic acid oxidation products.  JAOCS. 82: 839-843 (2005).

183. Hou, CT. Monooxygenase system of Bacillus megaterium ALA2 and effect of environmental factors on the production of oxygenated fatty acids from linoleic acid.Proceedings of the 33rd  UJNR Food and Agriculture Panel meeting, Susono, Shizuoka, Japan.  October 23-29, 2005. pp 159-165. 

184. Shin, SY, VK Baijai, CT Hou, UK Choi, HR Kim, and SC Kang.  Antibacterial activity of

    bioconverted linoleic acid produced by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Agric. Chem.

    Biotechnol. 48: 167 – 169, 2005.

185. Kim, YM, GH Lee, YG Yeo, IH Kim, K Miyashita, CT Hou, SC Kang, HR Kim.  The effect of bio-converted polyunsaturated fatty acids on the oxidation of TAG containing highly unsaturated fatty acids.  J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol., 33: 17-21, 2006.

186. Hou, CT.  Monooxygenase system of Bacillus megaterium ALA2: Studies on linoleic acid epoxidation products.  JAOCS. 83: 677-681, 2006.

187. Kim, BS and CT Hou. Production of lipase by high cell density fed-batch culture of Candida cylindracea.  Bioprocess Biosystems Engineering. 29: 59-64, 2006.

188. Hou, CT.  Monooxygenase system of Bacillus megaterium ALA2s.  Proceedings of the 35th   UJNR Food and Agriculture Panel meeting, Sonoma, California, USA. October 21-28, 2006. pp BT1-5. 

189. Hou, CT. Biotransformation of aliphatic hydrocarbons and fatty acids.  Book chapter in

    Hou, and Shaw (Eds) “Biocatalysis and Biotechnology for Functional Foods and Industrial

    Products”, Taylor and Francis Company.  Chapter 15, 227 – 265. December 26, 2006.

190. Bae, J.H., Kim, D.S., Suh, M.J., Oh, S.R., Lee, I.J., Kang, S.C., Hou, C.T., Kim, H.R. Production and identification of 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-hexadecenoic acid from palmitoleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  App. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 75: 435-440, 2007.

191. In-Ae Chang, In-Hwan Kim, Sun-Chul Kang, Ching T. Hou, and Hak-Ryul Kim. Production of 7, 10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic Acid from Triolein via Lipase Induction by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology . 74: 301-306, 2007.

192. Geon-He Lee, Jae-Han Bae, Min-Jung Suh, In-Hwan Kim, Ching T. Hou, and Hak-Ryul Kim.   New finding and optimal production of a novel extracellular alkaline lipase from Yarrowia lipolytica NRRL Y-2178.  J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 17: 1054-1057, 2007.

193. Hou, C. T.  2007.  New bioactive fatty acids from vegetable oils.  Proceedings of the United States-Japan Cooperative Program in Natural Resources, Food and Agricultural Panel.  Tsukuba, Japan.  p. 261-266. 

194.Hilker, B. L., Fukushige, H., Hou, C. T., and Hildebrand, D.  2007.  Some properties of a self-sufficient cytochrome P-450 from Bacillus megaterium strain ALA2.  In: Hou, C. T. and Shaw, J. F., Editors. Biocatalysis and Bioenergy, Chapter 16. New York, NY:John Wiley & Sons.  291-308.

195. Hou, CT.  “New bioactive Lipids”.   Proceedings of the 10th Asian Congress of Nutrition (ACN).  Taipei, Taiwan, September 9-13, 2007.  P35, S11-3, 2007.

196. Hou, CT.  New Bioactive fatty acids from vegetable oils. Proceedings of the 36th UJNR Food and Agriculture Panel meeting, Tsukuba, Japan. October 21-26, 2007.  pp 261-266, 2007. 

197. BL Hilker, H Fukushige, CT Hou, and D Hildebrand.  Book chapter “Some Properties of a Self-sufficient Cytochrome P-450 from Bacillus megaterium strain ALA2” in “Biocatalysis and Bioenergy” Hou CT and Shaw JF (Editors).  John Wiley & Sons 291-308, 2008. 

198. BL Hilker, H Fukushige, C Hou, and D Hildebrand. 2007.  “Comparison of Bacillus Monooxygenase Genes for Unique Fatty Acid Production”.  Progress in Lipid Research. 47 (1):1-14, 2008.

199. IA Chang, JH Bae, MJ Suh, IH Kim, CT Hou, HR Kim.  2008.  “Environmental optimization for bioconversion of triolein into 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3”.  Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 78: 581-586. 2008. 

200. Hak-Ryul Kim, Jae-Han Bae, Ching T. Hou.  Production of Biologically Active Hydroxy Fatty Acids by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Book chapter in “Biocatalysis and Bioenergy” Hou CT and Shaw JF (editors).   John Wiley & Sons 557-570, 2008. 

201. Beom Soo Kim, Byung-Seob Song, and Ching T. Hou.  Production of Lipase and Oxygenated Fatty Acids from Vegetable Oils.   Book chapter in “Biocatalysis and Bioenergy” Hou CT and Shaw JF (editors).  John Wiley & Sons 547-555, 2008. 

202. Hou, CT.  2008. “Production of arachidonic acid and dihomo-γ-linolenic acid from glycerol by oil-producing filamentous fungi, Mortierella in ARS Culture Collection.  J. Indust. Microbiol. & Biotechnol. 35:501-506, 2008.

203. Hou, CT.  “New bioactive Lipids”.   Asia Pac. J. Clin. Nutr. 17: 192-195, 2008. 

204. Lee, G.H., Bae, J.H., Suh, M.J., Kim, I.H., Hou, C.T., Kim, H.R.  New finding and optimal production of a novel extracellular alkaline lipase from Yarrowia lipolytica NRRL Y-2178.   J. Microbiol. And Biotechnol.  17: 1054-1057, 2008.  

205. Hou, C.T., Hak-Ryul Kim.  Production of 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic acid from triolein via Lipase induction by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Proceedings of the 36th UJNR Food & Agriculture Panel Meeting Pp34-35, 2008. Chicago, IL.

206. Bae, J. H., Kim, D.S., Suh, M.J., Oh, S.R., Lee, I.J., Kang, S.C., Hou, C.T., and Kim, H.R. Production and identification of a novel compound, 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-hexadecenoic acid from palmitoleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Applied Microbilogy and biotechnology. 75: 435-440, 2008.

207. Hou, C.T.  Preface.  In book “Biocatalysis and Bioenergy” by John Wiley & Sons, NY,

NY.    x 1-2.  August , 2008. 

208. Bajpai, VK, HR Kim, CT Hou, and SC Kang.   Microbial conversion and in vitro and in vivo antifungal assessment of bioconverted docosahexaenoic acid (bDHA) against agricultural plant pathogenic fungi.  Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology: 36: Issue5, Page 695 – 704, 2009.  

209. Hou, C.T.  Oil Biotechnology: Value-added products and bioactive fatty acids. Plenary lecture at the 63rd OTAI, Kolkata, India. November 29-30, 2009.  Proceeding paper. Log number: 233563 (10-14-08). (S-16.  Proceedings p62-65).

210. Shin-Haeng Heo, Ching T. Hou and Beom Soo Kim.  Production of oxygenated fatty acids from vegetable oils by Flavobacterium sp. strain DS5.  New Biotechnology 26: 105-108, 2009. 

211. Hou, Ching T.  “Biotechnology for Fats and Oils: New Oxygenated fatty Acids”.  New Biotechnology.   26: (1-2): 2-10, 2009. 

212. Hou, C.T.  Preface.  In book “Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology” by CRC Press, NY, NY.  x 1-2.  April 6, 2009. 

213. Hwang, S. C., Lin, Y. H., Huang, K. S., Lyuu, J. Y., Hou, C. T., Chen, H. H., and He, S. Y.  2009.  Treatment of acetone waste gases using slurry-phase airlift embedded with polyacrylamide-entrapped cell beads.  J Air Waste Manag Assoc. 59(10):1230-1238. 

214. Hou, C. T.  2009.  Preface.  In: Hou, C. T., Editor. Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology. New York, NY: CRC Press. pp. ix-x. 

215..Kim, H. R., Bae, J. H., and Hou, C. T.  2009.  Production of biologically active hydroxy fatty acids byPseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  In: Hou, C. T., Editor. Biocatalysis and Bioenergy. New York, NY:John Wiley & Sons. p. 557-570. 

216. Hou, CT and Y. Shimada.  Book chapter “Lipases, industrial use” in Moselio Schaechter, (Editor) and

Joshua Lederberg (consulting editor), in Encyclopedia of Microbiology, 3rd Edition.  By Elsevier Ltd., 385-392, 2009.   

217. Bajpai, VK, HR Kim, CT Hou, SC Kim.  Bioconverted products of essential fatty acids as potential

antimicrobial agents.  New Biotechnology. 26: (3/4) 122-130, 2009.  

218. Hou, Ching T.  Preface: ISBB Special Issue.  New Biotechnology.  26: (1-2): 1, 2009. 

219. Ching T. Hou, Beom Soo Kim, Hak-Ryul Kim, and Karen Ray.  Effect of Surfactant on Production of Oxygenated Unsaturated Fatty Acids by Bacillus megaterium ALA2.  2009 UJNR, Tsukuba, Japan.  October 3-9, 2009.  Proceedings 168-171, 2009.

220. Jae-Han Bae, Min-Jung Suh, Beom-Soo Kim, Ching T. Hou, In-Jung Lee, In-Hwan Kim, and Hak-Ryul Kim. Optimal production of 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-hexadecenoic acid from palmitoleic acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  New Biotechnology 27: 352-357  (2010). 

221. Hak-Ryul Kim, In-Hwan Kim, Ching T. Hou, Kwang-Il Kwon, and Beom-Soo Shin.Production of a Novel Cold-active Lipase from Pichia lynferdii Y-7723.  Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry.   58; 1322–1326, 2010.

222. Beom Soo Kim, Hak-Ryul Kim, and Ching T. Hou.  Effect of Surfactant on Production of Oxygenated Unsaturated Fatty Acids by Bacillus megaterium ALA2. New Biotechnology27(1): 33-37, 2010.  

223. Hosokawa, M. and C.T. Hou.  Edible Oils, Microbial Modification Processes. Encyclopedia of Industrial Biotechnology. Volume 3: 1959-1968. (2010). 

224. Souren Paul, Ching T. Hou, and Sun Chul Kang.  α- Glucosidase inhibitory activities of

10-Hydroxy-8(E)-Octadecenoic acid, an intermediate of bioconversion of Oleic acid to

    7,10-Dihydroxy-8(E)-Octadecenoic acid.  New Biotechnology. 27: 417-423 (2010). 

225. Hak-Ryul Kim, Ching T. Hou, Ki-Teak Lee, Byung Hee Kim, In-Hwan Kim. Enzymatic synthesis of structured lipids using a novel cold-active lipase from Pichia lynferdii NRRL Y-7723.  Food Chemistry 122: 846-849, 2010.  

226. Han-Min Kim, Hak-Ryul Kim, Ching T. Hou and Beom Soo Kim.  Biodegradable photo-crosslinked thin polymer networks based on vegetable oil hydroxyfatty acids.   J Am Oil Chem Soc (2010) 87:1451–1459.  

227. Hou, C.T.  Preface.  In book “Biocatalysis and Biomolecular Engineering” by John Wiley

    & Sons, NY, NY.  x 1-2.  June, 2010. 

228. Vivek K. Bajpai, Sun-Chul Kang, Hak-Ryul Kim, and Ching T. Hou.  Potential approach of microbial conversion to develop new antifungal products of omega-3 fatty acids.  In book CT Hou & JF Shaw ed. “Biocatalysis and Biomolecular Engineering” by John Wiley& Sons. May 2010. Pp 459-472. 

229. Jae-Han Bae, Ching T. Hou, and Hak-Ryul Kim.  Thermostable Lipoxygenase, a Key Enzyme in the Conversion of Linoleic Acid into Trihydroxy-octadecenoic Acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.   Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering.   15: 1022-1030, (2010).     

230. Min-Jung Suh, Ka-Yeon Baek, Beom-Soo Kim, Ching T. Hou, and Hak-Ryul Kim. Production of 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic Acid from Olive Oil by Pseudomonasaeruginosa PR3.  Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 89: 1721-1727. (2011).

231. Jae-Han Bae, Min-Jeong Suh, Na-Young Lee, Ching T. Hou, and Hak-Ryul Kim. Production of a Value-added Hydroxy Fatty Acid, 7,10-dihydroxy-8(E)-octadecenoic Acid, from High Oleic Safflower Oil by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.  Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering 15: 953-958 (2010).

232. Ka-Yeon Back1, Hye-Ran Sohn, Ching T. Hou and Hak-Ryul Kim.  Production of a Novel 9,12-dihydroxy-10(E)-eicosenoic Acid from Eicosenoic Acid by Pseudomonas aeruginosa PR3.   Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. (in press).

 

 

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