R&D (Research & Development)
The company of faith for the healthy and happy life
Insung Bio R&D Research Center aims for 1C 2S.
Products must be customer-oriented.
The product must be imbued with philosophy and craftsmanship (Spirits).
The product must be science.
Based on the needs of customers, Insung Pharmaceutical's products are being researched and developed with excellent research institutes at home and abroad, including Korea University, and the industry-academia cooperation system. In addition, the R&D products are manufactured with the best products by selecting only high-quality raw materials in the GMP and FSSC 22000 quality management system facilities by applying commercialization technology.
These are the main tasks of the Bio R&D Research Center.
- Research and development industry-academic system for functional biomaterials, health functional foods and cosmetic materials
- In vivo, in vitro, mouse test and the test planning and verification system for functional biomaterials and products
- Evaluation and commercialization of functional biomaterials
|Soft Capsule Lab.
||Health functional food, general food, cosmetic soft capsule formulation research and development
|Solid Form Lab.
||Tablet, hard capsule, powder, granule formulation research and development
|Liquid Form Lab.
||Research and development of liquid, jelly, and gummy formulations
||Basic cosmetic, functional cosmetic formulation research and development
|Functional Material Lab.
||Research and development of mechanism-based experiments of functional raw materials
This is the research activity of the Bio R&D Research Center.
Conference thesis (recent 5 years)
- J.M.Kim, J.H. Whang, K.M.Kim, J.H. Koh, H.j.Suh. Preparation of corn gluten hydrolysate with angiotensin I converting enzyme inhibitory activity and its solibility and moisture sorption, Process Biochemistry, 39, 989-994 (2004).
- JongHo Koh, Hyung Joo Sun, Tae Seok Ahn (2003) Hot-water extract from mycelia od Cordyceps sinensis as a substrate for anibiotic growth promoters Biotechnology Letters 25 585-590. SCI
- J.H. Koh, K.W.Yu, and H.J. Suh (2003) Anti-fatigue and Anti-stress by the Hot-water Fraction from Mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis Biol. Pharm. Bull. 26(5) 691-694 SCI외
- J.H. Koh, K.W. Yu, and H.J Suh 92003) immune enhancing effect by Orally-Administrated Mixture of Saccharomycetes cerevisiae and fermented rice bran J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 13(2) 196-201. SCI
- Jong-Ho Koh, Jin-Man Kim, Un-jae Chang, and Hyung-Joo Suh (2003) Hypocholesterolemic Effect of Hot-water Extract from Mycelia of Crdycepssinensis Biol. Pharm. Bull. 26(1) 84-87. SCI외
- Lee Jinsuk, Deogkeun Kim, Joonpyo Lee, Soonchul Park, Jongho Koh, Seungwook, Kim (2002) Effect of SO2 and NO on growth of Chlorella KR-1 Bioresource Technology, 82, 1-4. SCI
- J.H.Koh, K.W.Yu, and H.J.Suh (2002) Biological activities of Saccharomyces cerevisiae and fermented rice bran as feed additivesLetters Appl. Microbiol. 35, 47-51. SCI
- Yoobeam Lim, Hyungtai Shin, Jongho Koh, Jongyun Kim, Soonyoung Baig, and Jaeheung Lee (2002) Growth of Issatchenkia orientails in aerobic batch and fed-batch culture. Korean J. Microbioll., 40(1), 82-85. SCI
- Jaeheung Lee, Yoobeam Lim, Jongho Koh, Soonyoung Baig, and Hyungtai Shin (2002) Screen a thermotolerant yeast for use as a microbial feed additive. Korean J. Microbiol. Biotech., 12(1) 12-165. SCI
- Jongho Koh, KwangWon yu, HyungJoo Suh, Yangmoon Choi and TaeSeok Ahn (2002) Activation of macrophages and the intestinal immune system by and orally administered decoction from cultured mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis. Biosic, Biotechnol. Biochem,., 66()2) 407-411. SCI
- Lee jinsuk, Deogkeun Kim, Joonpyo Lee, Soonchul Park, Jongho Koh andSangjip Ohh (2001) CO2 fixation by ChlorellaKR-1 using flue gas and its utilization as a feedstuff for chicks. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 11(5) 772-775.
- Kyungmi Kim, Kwangwon yu, Dukho Kang, Jongho Koh, Humshik hong, and HyungJoo Sun (2001) Anti-stress and fatigue effects of fermented rice bran. Biosic, Biotechnol. Biochem., 65(10) 2294-2296. SCI
- Jongho Koh, Kwangwon Yu, Hyungjoo Suh and Taeseok Ahn (2001) Pharmacological activities of the mycelial extract of cultured Cordyceps sinensis. Agric. Chem. Biotechnol