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Advanced Research in Biochemistry
Prof. Jin Seop Bak,  IBC, UK
United Cultural Convention (UCC),
IBC, Cambridge, UK (currently),
Korea Univ. Alumni Association (KUAA), Korea Univ., Seoul, Korea (currently)
Bio
JinSeopBak has a college-degree in Yonsei Univ., a MS/PhD in Korea Univ. with top-honors, and LittD/ScD/PhD in IBC (in Cambridge). He is/was in Faculty of Kyonggi Univ. and KAIST (as Project-Leader). He was appointed to the post of Secretary-General/Professor/Director General (for Asia)/Adviser in IBC. He worked as a researcher/scholar/judge especially in UC Berkeley (conditionally), Seoul National Univ. and MIT (conditionally). In Korea Univ., Prof. Bak played a key role in teaching Physical Chemistry. He is a leading member of many academies and nonprofit/profit organizations (e.g., Mensa). His main area of investigation is Life/Natural/Applied Sciences. He has achieved many publications, 2 patents, 14 grants. He is a reviewer of more than 100 journals, and member of 45 editorial boards. He has been cited especially in Marquis Who's Who and IBC.
Representative research papers
[1] “Improved enzymatic hydrolysis yield of rice straw using electron beam irradiation pretreatment” (Bioresource Technology 100(3): 1285-1290 (2009), 1st author, Highly Cited:215)
[2] “Ethanol production from rice straw using optimized aqueous-ammonia soaking pretreatment and simultaneous saccharification and fermentation processes” (Bioresource Technology 100(19): 4374-4380 (2009), 2nd author, Highly Cited:246)
[3] “Fungal pretreatment of lignocellulose by Phanerochaetechrysosporium to produce ethanol from rice straw” (Biotechnology and Bioengineering 104(3): 471-482 (2009), 1st author, Highly Cited:164; “Top 25 most downloaded articles, 2009” by “Wiley Publisher”)
[4] “Biological pretreatment of rice straw by fermenting with Dichomitussqualens” (New Biotechnology 27(4): 424-434 (2010), 1st author, Moderately Cited: 45)
[5] “Response surface optimized extraction and chromatographic purification of rosmarinic acid from Melissa officinalis leaves” (Food Chemistry 121(2): 521-526 (2010), 3rd author)
[6] “Process evaluation of electron beam irradiation-based biodegradation relevant to lignocellulose bioconversion” (SpringerPlus 3(1): 487 (2014), single author)
[7] “Complementary substrate-selectivity of metabolic adaptive convergence in the lignocellulolytic performance by Dichomitussqualens” (Microbial Biotechnology 7(5): 434-445 (2014), single author)
[8] “Extracellular breakdown of lignocellulosic biomass by Dichomitussqualens: peroxidation-based platform and homeostatic regulation” (Biotechnology Letters 37(2): 349-358 (2015), single author) (especially cited by Kracher D et al.: Extracellular electron transfer systems fuel cellulose oxidative degradation. Science(2016) DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf3165)
[9] “Lignocellulose depolymerization occurs via an environmentally adapted metabolic cascades in the wood-rotting basidiomycete Phanerochaetechrysosporium” (MicrobiologyOpen4(1): 151-166 (2015), single author)
[10] “Downstream optimization of fungal-based simultaneous saccharification and fermentation relevant to lignocellulosic ethanol production” (SpringerPlus 4(1): 47 (2015), single author; “Top 20articles(as Top 2 of 20)(2015-2016)” by “BioMedLib”)
[11] “Effective inactivation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in minimally processed Makgeolli using low-pressure homogenization-based pasteurization” (SpringerPlus 4(1): 160 (2015), single author; “Highly accessed articles in 2015” by “Springer Publisher”)
[12] “A rapid adapter-conjugated sequencing of heat shock protein 70 gene in the green microalgaeChlorella vulgaris UTEX 395” (Jokull65(4): 266-286 (2015), single author)
[13] “Bioprocess evaluation of water soaking-based microbiological biodegradation with exposure of cellulosic microfibers relevant to bioconversion efficiency” (Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 176(8): 2290-2302 (2015), single author)
[14] “Bioprocess-technological potential of irradiation-based fungal pretreatment platform relevant to lignocellulolyticbiocascade” (Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 177(8): 1654-1664 (2015), single author; “Top 20articles(as Top 1 of 20)(2015-2016)” by “BioMedLib”)
[15] “Biofunctional effect of histologically activated crystallinity in swollen-based plant biomass relevant to bioconversion accessibility” (Jokull65(12): 237-242 (2015), single author)
[16] “Statistical metabolomic analysis of extensive peroxidative platform by white-rot basidiomycete relevant to lignin biodegradation” (Jokull65(12): 469-475 (2015), single author)
[17] “Bioprocess modeling of extensive submerged lignocellulolysis by white-rot basidiomycete Dichomitussqualens” (Jokull66(1): 91-97 (2016), single author)
[18] “Kinetic modeling of Dichomitussqualens-based enzymatic ligninolysis with heavily-armed peroxidative platform” (Jokull66(2): 63-69 (2016), single author)
[19] “Biokinetic modeling of preferential hydrolytic bioinvasion relevant to second-generation consolidated bioprocessing” (Jokull66(2): 164-171 (2016), single author)
[20] “Strategic modeling of Phanerochaetechrysosporium-based bioligninolysis with open peroxidative accessibility” (Jokull66(2): 332-340 (2016), single author)
[21] “Constitutive modeling of Phanerochaetechrysosporium-based sugar platform with precision bombing system” (Jokull66(3): 211-217 (2016), single author)
[22] “Industrial potential of F-value transformed in Makgeolli suspension platform using open-scale low pressure homogenization-based pasteurization” (Jokull66(3): 245-251 (2016), single author)
[23] “Identification of controllable signaling biomarkers in optimized bioligninolysis pool using specialized multivariate statistics-based options” (Jokull66(4): 17-27 (2016), single author)
[24] “Rapid statistical identification of core biocascading factors in uncertainty ligninolysis by Dichomitussqualens” (Jokull66(5): 50-62 (2016), single author)
[25] “Rheological interpretation of dispersion-managed Makgeolli fluids for mild flash pasteurization” (Jokull66(6): 88-94 (2016), single author)
[26] “Heat transfer and efficiency of unsteady state-based LHBP processing system for minimally processed Makgeolli” (Jokull66(6): 124-130 (2016), single author)
[27] “Ontic downstream potential of adaptation-based fed-batch biocircuit relevant to biomass biopretreatment” (Jokull66(7): 24-31(2016), single author)
[28] “Proteomic patterning of up-to-date short-term ABFBB network relevant to cellulolytic bioaccessibility” (Jokull66(8): 2-10(2016), single author)
[29] “Mass transfer patterning in standardized Makgeolli diffusion via advanced flash LHBP program” (Jokull66(9): 56-62 (2016), single author)
[30] “Hindered settling-based interpretation of two phase particle-fluid system in fed-batch LHBP-Makgeolli beverage” (Jokull66(11): 78-84 (2016), single author)
[31] “Semi-dynamic evolutionary framework for metabolic maintenance of peroxidation-based lignocellulolysis by Dichomitussqualens” (Jokull66(12): 66-72 (2016), single author)
[32] “Convergent transcriptomic signaling of ABFBB-based biodeterioration by Phanerochaetechrysosporium” (Jokull67(1): 2-9(2017), single author)
[33] “Short-term evolutionary edifice of noncontinuously restricted/activated ligninolysis by Phanerochaetechrysosporium” (Jokull67(2): 2-9 (2017), single author)
[34] “Coupling SSF and its similarity of semipermanent evolution-based biodeteriorations by two major white-rot fungal systems” (Jokull67(3): 63-70 (2017), single author)
[35] “Yield potential of simplified soaking-based FBSSF process” (Jokull67(6): 31-37 (2017), single author)
[36] “Disordered crystallinity of woody biomass depolymerized by FBSSF-based mixed bed convertor” (Jokull67(8): 22-29 (2017), single author)
[37] “Amorphicity index and its boundary for interpreting major fungal-based deterioration processes” (Jokull67(10): 2-9(2017), single author)
[38] “Inclusive interpretation of non-cellulose dependent transcriptome in improved large-scale biomass degradation by Phanerochaetechrysosporium” (Jokull in press, single author)
[39] “Development of dynamic mechanical references for controlling 2nd-generation bioethanol production” (Sylwan in press, single author)
[40] “Guiding potency of relative amorphicity for managing advanced electron beam irradiation-based bioethanol frame” (Sylwan in press, single author)
SCOPUS
[1] “Electron beam irradiation enhances the digestibility and fermentation yield of water-soaked lignocellulosic biomass” (Biotechnology Reports 4: 30-33 (2014), single author; “Most cited articles in 2014-2015” by “Elsevier Publisher”)
The other peer-reviewed journals
[1] “Next-generation strategies in fungal bioconversion process of lignocellulosic biomass-derived fuels and chemicals: targeted multi-omics and substrate-specific platform” (Austin Chemical Engineering 2(1): 1012 (2015), editorial)
Patents
[1] Korea(no.1020070053827): “Expansin genes derived from Arabidopsis thaliana” (2007)
[2] Korea(no. 1010556230000): “Biological pretreatment and saccharification method for lignocellulosic biomass and method for preparing bioethanol comprising the same” (2011)
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