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1. Fermented bioactive foods LEE, B.H. Intern Functional Food Symposium, Taylor University, Malaysia November, 2012
2. Current challenges on probiotics on food and health/Disease LEE, B.H. Intern. Conference on Probiotics. Nov. 19-21, San Antonio, Tx, US. November, 2012
3. Overproduction of probiotic recombinant enzymes and their derived bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Intern. Biotech Symposium, Daegu, Korea September, 2012
4. Lactose: Uses in Industry and Biomedical Importance LEE, B.H. and A. Szilagyi Royal Soc. Chemistry January, 2012
5. Fundamentals of Food Biotechnology LEE, B.H 2nd Edition, Wiley/VCH, pp. 450 January, 2012
6. Overproduction of recombinant probiotic enzymes for health and disease LEE, B.H. Biomed 2011 Conference, Tel Aviv, Israel May, 2011
7. Overproduction of probiotic recombinant enzymes for health and disease. LEE, B.H. Department of Biochemistry and Food/Nutrition, University of Hebrew, Israel May, 2011
8. Lactose: Industry and Biomedical Importance LEE, B.H. AKCSE/CKC Conference, Sheraton hotel, Vancouver January, 2011
9. Overproduction of probiotic bacteria derived specialty enzymes and bioactive molecules. LEE, B.H. Changchun University, China November, 2010
10. Overproduction of probiotic bacteria derived specialty enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Jiangnan University, China November, 2010
11. Molecular dynamics and health benefits of fermented dairy products LEE, B.H. Conference of Lactic Acid Bacteria (Keynote speaker), Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, China January, 2010
12. olecular dynamics and health benefits of fermented dairy products. LEE, B.H. Dairy Microbiology Symposium (Keynote speaker). Hwasung, Kyung Gi, Korea January, 2010
13. Overproduction of bioactive molecules by probiotic cells and enzymes & Molecular dynamics and health benefits of fermented vegetable and dairy products LEE, B.H. Kangwon National University (8.17), Inchon University (8.18), Paichai University (8.19), Chosun Univeristy (8.20), Pusan National University (8.23), Korea Food Research Institute (8.24), Handong University & POSTECH (8.30-31) and Nongshim Research Centre (9.2). January, 2010
14. Overproduction of bioactive molecules by lactic and probiotic enzymes LEE, B.H. Chuncheon Bioindustry Foundation, Korea January, 2010
15. Molecular and bioactivity characterization of probiotic cultures and enzymes. LEE, B.H. Faculty of Life Science, BOKU (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien), Austria September, 2009
16. Probiotic bile salt hydrolase in fermented dairy products LEE, B.H. IDF World Dairy Summit (Keynote speaker), Sept. 20-24, Berlin, Germany September, 2009
17. Microencapsulation of recombinant aminopeptidase for accelerating Cheddar ripening. LEE, B.H. Joint American Dairy Soc. Assoc. Conference, Montreal, QC July, 2009
18. Bioactive probiotics and prebiotics for human health (Kerynote speaker). LEE, B.H. UKC Annual Conference, Raleigh Convention Centre, North Carolina July, 2009
19. Overproduction of recombinant proteins in microorganisms. LEE, B.H. AAFC, London, Ontario April, 2009
20. Genetic approaches to overproduce cheese ripening enzymes LEE, B.H. In: International Federation Bulletin, Belgium January, 2009
21. Chapter 13. Probiotics and prebiotics as bioactive components in dairy products. Baek Y.J. and B.H. LEE In Bioactive Components in Milk and Dairy Products (Ed: Y.W. Park), pp. 449, Wiley-Blackwell Publ., New York January, 2009
22. Immobilization of cells and enzymes for fermented dairy or meat products Champagne, C., L. Saucier and B. H. LEE In: Encapsulation of Food Bioactive Ingredients and Food Processing (Eds: N.J. Zuidam and V. A. Nedovic), pp. 400, Springer, USA January, 2009
23. Biotechnology trends and my research in Canada LEE, B.H. Kyungpuk National University, Department of Biotechnology December, 2008
24. Biochemical and molecular characterization of bile salt hydrolases from probiotic Bifidobacterium strains LEE, B.H. Dept. of Microbiology/Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University, Montrteal November, 2008
25. Overprodution of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Woosuk University, Jeonju November, 2008
26. Overproduction of bioactive molecules by probiotic enzymes LEE, B.H. KRIBB, Jung Eup November, 2008
27. Genetic overproduction of bioactive molecules by probiotic enzymes LEE, B.H. International Meeting of Korean Federation of Microbiology Soc., Seoul October, 2008
28. Overproduction of functional bioactive molecules by probiotic enzymes LEE, B.H. Kang Neung National University, Dept. of Biotechnology October, 2008
29. Genetic overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. International Meeting of Korean Federation of Microbiology Soc. (Keynote speaker), Seoul October, 2008
30. Structure, function and applications of microbial lactases LEE, B.H. Agricultural Biotechnology Symposium: Carbohydrate-active enzymes: structure, function, and applications, September 26-27, Auditorium, CALS, Seoul National University September, 2008
31. Overproduction of functional bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Dept. of Food and Nutrition, Seoul National University May, 2008
32. Acceleration of cheese ripening LEE, B.H. Yonam College, Chunan May, 2008
33. Genetic overproduction of probiotics bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. 2nd International Symposium on Functional Foods (Keynote speaker). May 8, Chung-Ang University, Ansung, Korea May, 2008
34. Biochemical and molecular characterization of Bifidobacterium bile salt hydrolase. LEE, B.H. Dept. of Life Science and Genetic Engineering, Paichai University, April 11. Taejon April, 2008
35. Natural and encapsulate recombinant enzymes of Lactobacillus rhamnosus for the acceleration of Cheddar cheese ripening LEE, B.H. 5th International Dairy Federation (IDF) Cheese Ripening Symposium, March 9-14, Bern, Switzerland March, 2008
36. Structure, function and applications of microbial beta-galactosidase LEE, B.H In: Carbohydrate-active enzymes: Structure, function and applications. (Ed: K.H. Park). pp. 326, Woodhead Publisher, UK January, 2008
37. Characteristics of archeal maltogenic amylases Dan Li, J.T. Park, X. Li, S.K. Kim, Y. W. Kim, S. J. Lee, Y. R. Kim, B. H. LEE, and K.W. Park In: Carbohydrate-active enzymes: Structure, function and applications. (Ed: K.H. Park). pp. 326, Woodhead Publisher, UK January, 2008
38. Biochemical and molecular characterization of bile salt hydrolases from Bifidobacterium. LEE, B.H. Intern. Conference of Biocatalysis-2007, Moscow, Russia June, 2007
39. Application of the encapsulated aminopeptidase of Lactobacillus rhamnosus to accelerate Cheddar cheese ripening Azarnia, S., LEE, B., Champagne, C., Robert, N. and V. Yalayan S1-4, XVth Intern. Workshop on Biocapsulation, Vienna, Austria, September 6-8 January, 2007
40. Pros and cons of genetically modified foods LEE, B.H. AKCSE Conference, Saskatoon January, 2007
41. Pros and cons of genetically modified foods LEE, B.H. UKC Conference, Washington, D.C January, 2007
42. Genetic overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. AKCSE Conference, Toronto, ON September, 2006
43. Genetic overproduction of enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. ENSA and INRA, Rennes, France September, 2006
44. Genetic overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. AKCSE Conference, Toronto September, 2006
45. Genetic overproduction of lactases. LEE, B.H. Paichai U., Seoul Nat.U., Kangwon Nat. U., Korea U July, 2006
46. Genomics of bile salt hydrolases from bifidobacteria and its application LEE, B.H. International Conference of Nutrigenomics (Keynote speaker), Auckland, New Zealand May, 2006
47. Genetic overproduction of enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Dept. of Chemistry, The University of Auckland, New Zealand May, 2006
48. Genetic overproduction of enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. New Zealand Institute for Crop and Food, Nelson, New Zealand May, 2006
49. Genetic overproduction of enzymes and bioactive molecules and lecture series LEE, B.H. Dept. of Plant and Food Science, Univ. of Western Sydney, Australia April, 2006
50. Novel catalytic properties of a hyperthermophilic amylolytic enzyme from Pyrococcus furious and its application Sung Jae Yang, Hee Seob Lee, Jung Woo Kim, Byong H. LEE and Kwan Hwa Park Intern. Symp. Extremophiles and Their Application. pp. 85-90, Yokosuka, Japan January, 2006
51. Genetic overproduction of recombinant probiotic lactases LEE, B.H. UKC-2006 Conference, Tenech, New Jersey January, 2006
52. Genetic overproduction of transgalactosyl lactases LEE, B.H. UKC Annual Conference, Teaneck, New Jersey January, 2006
53. Genetic approaches to overproduce probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules. LEE, B.H. International Conference of Biocatalysis-2005, St-Petersburg, Russia June, 2005
54. Characterization of bile salt hydrolase subunits of Bifidobacterium strains. LEE, B.H. and Kim, G. B PITTCON Conference, Feb 28-March 2, Orlando, Fl March, 2005
55. Biochemical and molecular characterization of bile salt hydolases from Bifidobacterium strains LEE, B.H. UKC Annual Conference, Irvine, U. of California January, 2005
56. Overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules June, 2004
57. Overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Seoul Nat. U. and seven institutions, April 22-30, Korea April, 2004
58. Genetic overproduction of cheese ripening enzymes LEE, B.H. Genetic overproduction of cheese ripening enzymes January, 2004
59. Overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Scripps Research Inst. and San Diego Korea Scientists Assoc., August 30-31, San Diego, CA January, 2004
60. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Universities of Verona (July 8), and Bari University (July 10), Italy. July, 2003
61. Overproduction of probiotic enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Universite de Bologna, Department of Pharmacy, July 9, Italy. July, 2003
62. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive molecules LEE, B.H. Agricultural University of Norway (Dept. of Food Science), May 23, As, Norway May, 2003
63. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive components LEE, B.H. Intern. Symposium of Livestock and Dairy Research Institute, May 28-29, Suwon, Korea May, 2002
64. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive compounds LEE, B.H. Korea Advance Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Biological Science Dept., May 26, Korea May, 2002
65. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Nagoya University (School of Molecular Biotechnology), April 22, Nagoya, Japan April, 2002
66. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive compounds. LEE, B.H. Seoul National University (Food Science Dept., April 26), Pohang Institute of Science and Technology (POSTECT, Biological Science Dept, June 28), January, 2002
67. Overproduction of lactic bacterial enzymes and bioactive components LEE, B.H. Irish Dairy Products Research Center, Cork, Ireland, March 15 March, 2001
68. Chapter on ‘Fingerprints of EMC flavor compounds by GC/MS and Pyrolysis/GC/MS’ LEE, B.H., Haileselassie, S., Stewart, B. and Yaylayan, V Royal Society of Chemistry, London, pp. 141-150. January, 2001
69. Fingerprints of cheese flavours and peptides LEE, B.H. PacifiChem-2000, December 14-19, Honolulu, Hawaii December, 2000
70. Metabolic Diversity of Lactobacilli LEE, B.H. organized by ADSA, July 24-28, Baltimore, MD July, 2000
71. New developments of cheese flavours LEE, B.H. 10th Intern. Flavour Conference, July 10-16, Island of Palos, Greece July, 2000
72. LEE, B.H Fundamentos de Biotecnologia de los Alimentos, p.448, Acribia, Zaragoza January, 2000
73. Molecular and fermentation approaches for nutraceuticals and recombinant microbial enzymes LEE, B.H. US-Korea KSEA Conference, UCLA, August 13 January, 1999
74. Molecular and fermentation approaches for nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Korea Research Institute of Bioscience Biotechnol., JeilJedang Research Center, KoreaYakult Research Center, Korea Food Research Institute, August 26-27 January, 1999
75. Molecular and fermentation approaches for nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Yonsei University, Paichai Univeristy, Hankyung Univ., August 16-25, Seoul and Taejon, Korea January, 1999
76. New developments in dairy lactic cultures and enzymes LEE, B.H. Novo- Nordisk, Denmark, September 25 September, 1998
77. (a) Biotechnology derived nutraceuticals and (b) Genetic engineering of Lactobacillus casei enzymes LEE, B.H. Korea Food Research Institute, Korea University, Pulmuwon Research Center, Paichai University, Korea May, 1997
78. (a) Biochemistry, genetic and application of Lactobacillus casei enzymes, (b) Biotechnology derived nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Molecular Biology Institute, Nankai University, Tanjin, China, May 12-13. May, 1997
79. Biotechnology derived nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Fourth Canada-Korea Biotechnology Symposium at Université de Montréal, Montreal, Quebec May, 1997
80. Biotechnology derived nutraceuticals LEE, B.H. Fifth Pacific Rim Biotechnology Symposium, Seoul, Korea November, 1996
81. LEE, B. H Fundamentals of Food Biotechnology, 450 p.,VCH Publishers, New York January, 1996
82. Biochemistry, genetics and applications of Lactobacillus casei enzymes LEE, B.H. ENSBANA, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France October, 1995
83. Biochemistry and genetics of Lactobacillus casei. LEE, B.H. Presented at INRA, Jouy-en-Josas, France June, 1995
84. Enzyme Session LEE, B.H. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA June, 1995
85. Cheese Ripening Enzymes of Lactic Acid Bacteria LEE, B.H. Canada Dairy Research Symposium, Laval University February, 1995
86. Bioremediation and Lactase Technology LEE, B.H. Paichai University, Taejon, Korea January, 1995
87. Chapter on “Galactooligo-saccharides production by immobilized ß-galactosidases from Thermus aquaticus YT-1”. Berger, J. L., LEE, B. H. and Lacroix, C. In: Proceedings of New Developments of Bioencapsulation for Industrial Applications, Food, Beverage and Health, pp. 55-60, Laval University, Quebec January, 1994
88. Biochemistry, genetics and applications of Lactobacillus casei subspecies LEE, B.H. Symposium of Lactic Acid Bacteria in Canada, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta June, 1993
89. Invited lecturer on molecular genetics of lactic acid bacteria and their enzymes LEE, B.H. Seminars on Lactic Acid Bacteria (Keynote speaker): Research Developments and Commercial Applications, Organized by Technomic Publishers, The Browne Plaza Hotel, Denver, CO January, 1993
90. Lecture on cheese ripening LEE, B.H. Agriculture Canada Food R & D Center and Foundation Governeur, St-Hyacinthe October, 1992
91. Enzyme-modified cheese and Genetic engineering of Lactobacillus casei enzymes LEE, B.H. Givaudan-Roure, Switzerland January, 1992
92. Enzymology, genetic engineering and applications of Lactobacillus casei species. LEE, B.H. Nestlé Research Center, Lousanne, Switzerland January, 1992
93. Enzymology, genetic engineering and applications of Lactobacillus casei species. LEE, B.H. University of Groningon, Dept. of Microbiology, Groningen, The Netherland January, 1992
94. Enzymology, genetic engineering and applications of Lactobacillus casei species LEE, B.H. Hannah Research Institute, Scotland January, 1992
95. Enzymology, genetic engineering and applications of Lactobacillus casei species LEE, B.H. INRA, Jouy-en-Josas, France January, 1992
96. Enzymology, genetic engineering and applications of Lactobacillus casei species LEE, B.H. Université Technologie Compienne, France January, 1992
97. New Horizons in the Use of Lactic Acid Bacteria Champagne, C. and LEE, B. H 8th World Congress of Food Sci. & Technol., Toronto October, 1991
98. Current trend and future prospect on food biotechnology LEE, B.H. Annual Conf. Canadian-Korean Scientists & Engineers Assoc. (as President), Montreal October, 1991
99. Biotechnology of Lactobacillus enzymes LEE, B.H. Institute of Food Research, U. Reading, UK September, 1991
100. Current trend and future prospect on food biotechnology LEE, B.H. Annual Conf. Korean Food Sci. Technol., Seoul, Korea May, 1991
101. Chapter on "Genetic Engineering; Enzyme Cloning" LEE, B. H Encyclopedia of Food Science & Technology" (Editor-In-Chief, Y.H. Hui), pp. 1601-1616, John Wiley & Sons, Inc January, 1991
102. Chapter on "Bioconversion of starch wastes" LEE, B. H Bioconversion of Waste Materials to Industrial Products" (Editor, A.M. Martin), pp. 521-531, Elsevier Publ. Co., UK. January, 1991
103. Enzymology and Genetics of Lactobacillus casei and Streptococcus thermophilus LEE, B.H. NIZO, and Wageningen Agricultural University (Food Science Dept.), The Netherlands September, 1990
104. Food Biotechnology R & D LEE, B.H. Institutes (Universitites of Seoul, Kangwon, Chungnam, Paichai, Food Research Institute, Doosan Research Center, Nongsim Research Center), Korea January, 1990
105. New developments in dairy starters and dairy enzymes LEE, B.H. The University of Brit. Columbia, Dept of Food Science, Vancouver October, 1989
106. Current trends and perspectives in food biotechnology LEE, B.H. Canadian-Korean Sci. Eng. Assoc., Simon Fraser University, Vancouver October, 1989
107. Chapter on "Single Cell Protein" LEE, B. H Centre Québécois de valorisation de la biomasse (C.Q.V.B.), Quebec, pp. 40-51 January, 1988
108. Biotechnology of lactobacilli LEE, B.H. 8 institutes (Universities of Seoul, Korea, Kangwon, Chungnam, Doosan Research Center, Nongsim Research Center, Jeil Jedang, Pacific Chemical Research Center) in Korea October, 1987
109. Current trends and future prospects on food biotechnology LEE, B.H. (Universitites of Osaka, Nagoya, Gifu, Tokyo, Meijiseika Research Center, National Food Research Institute, Tsukuba Consortium), Japan October, 1987
110. Biotechnology of Lactobacilli LEE, B.H. 7th World Congress of Food Sci. & Technol., Singapore September, 1987



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