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Cereal chemist

Takashi Domae, Japanese cereal chemist. Achievements include patents for manufacturing process of gluten paste and vital gluten; for method of recovery on B-amylase from wheat starch waste water; for biodegradable plastic composed of wheat gluten; characteristics of wheat gluten as semiconductor; method of preparation on high water absorptive and indigestible starch.

Background

Domae, Takashi was born on July 30, 1947 in Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan. Son of Takeshi and Fusako (Uwakubo) Domae.

Education

Student, Kyoto Technology Institute, Japan, 1975.

Career

Researcher Nagata Sangyo Company Ltd., Hyogo, Japan, since 1975. Technology adviser Food and Agriculture Organization (of the United Nations)/World Health Organization Codex Alimentarius Commission, Rome, 1987. Planner The 1st International Conference Life Science and Biotechnology, 1994, 2d International Conference Life Science and Biotechnology, 1996.

Member Conference on Activation of Load Economy, 1994. Speaker in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for manufacturing process of gluten paste and vital gluten. For method of recovery on B-amylase from wheat starch waste water. For biodegradable plastic composed of wheat gluten.

    Characteristics of wheat gluten as semiconductor. Method of preparation on high water absorptive and indigestible starch.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Daizu Geppo, 1986, High Polymers, Japan, 1990, Kou Bunshi Kakou, 1991, The Polymermaterial Encyclopedia, 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Japan Vegetable Protein Foods Association (technical advisers since 1980), Japan Flour Separation Application Association (technical adviser since 1983).

Connections

Married Fukumi Kuroda, November 23, 1972. Children: Rinako, Kayoko.

father:
Takeshi Domae

mother:
Fusako (Uwakubo) Domae

spouse:
Fukumi Kuroda

child:
Rinako Domae

child:
Kayoko Domae