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*  Transferrin
... lactoferrin); milk transferrin; egg white ovotransferrin (conalbumin); and membrane-associated melanotransferrin. Beta-2 ...
*  Vechur Cattle
Although lactoferrin, present in the milk of all mammals, is found to have antimicrobial, antiviral, antitumor, immunodefence ... As per recent findings, the anti-bacterial property of the lactoferrin protein present in the Vechur Cow milk is more than that ... "Physicochemical characterization and functional site analysis of lactoferrin gene of Vechur cow". Bioinformation. 6: 275-8. doi ... and anti-inflammatory properties recent studies prove that in the case of the lactoferrin protein in the Vechur Cow milk, these ...
*  Lactoferrin
Bovine lactoferrin has more activity against H. pylori than human lactoferrin. Lactoferrin acts, mostly in vitro, on a wide ... Ribonuclease-enriched lactoferrin has been used to examine how lactoferrin affects bone. Lactoferrin has shown to have positive ... Lactoferrin is also present in secondary granules of PMN and is secreted by some acinar cells. Lactoferrin can be purified from ... Birgens HS (1985). "Lactoferrin in plasma measured by an ELISA technique: evidence that plasma lactoferrin is an indicator of ...
*  Iron deficiency
Lactoferrin is also concentrated in tears, saliva and at wounds to bind iron to limit bacterial growth. Egg white contains 12% ... Between 15 and 20 percent of the protein content in human milk consists of lactoferrin that binds iron. As a comparison, in ... page 30 ISBN 0-679-74674-9. T. William Hutchens, Bo Lönnerdal; Lactoferrin: Interactions and Biological Functions (1997). page ...
*  Neutrophil extracellular traps
... lactoferrin), tertiary granules (gelatinase), and the cytoplasm; however, CD63, actin, tubulin and various other cytoplasmatic ...
*  Glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate dehydrogenase
Secreted multifunctional Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase sequesters lactoferrin and iron into cells via a non- ... Lactoferrin; Apurinic/apyrimidinic endonuclease (APE1), thus converting oxidized APE1 to its reduced form, to restart its ...
*  Bega Cheese
"Our story - Bega Bionutrients , Lactoferrin Supplier". Bega Bionutrients , Lactoferrin Supplier. Retrieved 2017-01-22. Beitz, ... such as lactoferrin and milk protein concentrate), which make up around 20% of their revenue. On 19 January 2017, Bega Cheese ...
*  P-ANCA
These include lactoferrin; elastase; and cathepsin G. When the condition is a vasculitis, the target is usually MPO. However, ...
*  Lactoperoxidase
In combination with lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase combats halitosis; in combination with lactoferrin and lysozyme, ... Reiter B (1983). "The biological significance of lactoferrin". Int J Tissue React. 5 (1): 87-96. PMID 6345430. Roger V, Tenovuo ... Ekstrand B (1994). "Lactoperoxidase and lactoferrin". In Beuchat LR, Dillon VM, Board RG. Natural antimicrobial systems and ... lysozyme and lactoferrin in elderly patients with dry mouth - a pilot study". Gerodontology. 25 (1): 3-9. doi:10.1111/j.1741- ...
*  Respiratory tract antimicrobial defense system
Lactoferrin with hypothiocyanite for the treatment of cystic fibrosis has been granted orphan drug status by the EMEA and the ... Lactoferrin (LF) is a multifunctional protein which is an essential part of the respiratory tract antimicrobial defense system ... Sánchez L, Calvo M, Brock JH (May 1992). "Biological role of lactoferrin". Arch. Dis. Child. 67 (5): 657-61. doi:10.1136/adc. ... Tomita M, Takase M, Bellamy W, Shimamura S (October 1994). "A review: the active peptide of lactoferrin". Acta Paediatr Jpn. 36 ...
*  Gallium scan
Lactoferrin is contained within leukocytes. Gallium may bind to lactoferrin and be transported to sites of inflammation, or ... Gallium (III) (Ga3+) binds to transferrin, leukocyte lactoferrin, bacterial siderophores, inflammatory proteins, and cell- ... binds to lactoferrin released during bacterial phagocytosis at infection sites (and remains due to binding with macrophage ...
*  Intelectin-1
... , also known as omentin or intestinal lactoferrin receptor, is an intelectin encoded in humans by the ITLN1 gene. ... Suzuki YA, Lopez V, Lönnerdal B (2006). "Mammalian lactoferrin receptors: structure and function". Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 62 (22 ... Intelectin-1 functions both as a receptor for bacterial arabinogalactans and for lactoferrin. Having conserved ligand binding ... "Molecular cloning and functional expression of a human intestinal lactoferrin receptor". Biochemistry. 40 (51): 15771-9. doi: ...
*  Herman the Bull
All calves inherited the lactoferrin production gene. With subsequent sirings, he fathered a total of 83 calves. Dutch law ... Scientists microinjected cells with the human gene coding for lactoferrin. The Dutch Parliament changed law in December 1992 to ...
*  Genetically modified livestock
Scientists micro-injected cells with the human gene coding for lactoferrin. The Dutch Parliament changed law in December 1992 ... All calves inherited the lactoferrin production gene. With subsequent sirings, Herman fathered a total of 83 calves. In 2011, ...
*  Lipocalin 1
Gasymov OK, Abduragimov AR, Yusifov TN, Glasgow BJ (1999). "Interaction of tear lipocalin with lysozyme and lactoferrin". ...
*  Metalloprotein
April 1987). "Structure of human lactoferrin at 3.2 Å resolution". Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 84 (7): 1769-73. doi:10.1073/ ...
*  Alpha defensin
Are defensins and lactoferrin elevated in preeclamptic patients?". The Journal of reproductive medicine. 42 (1): 29-32. PMID ...
*  Iron-binding proteins
Lactoferrin is found in milk, blood, tears and saliva. Ferritin is found in every cell type. Iron Iron-binding proteins at the ... Four iron-binding proteins are Haemoglobin, Ferritin, lactoferrin and transferrin. Haemoglobin is located in red blood cells. ...
*  Ventria Bioscience
2011) Lactoferrin for the prevention of post-antibiotic diarrhoea. J Health Popul Nutr. 2011;29(6):547-551 [1] Zavaleta N, et ... As of 2012 Ventria is developing six therapeutic products: Human Health VEN100 Recombinant human lactoferrin for antibiotic- ... Previously, the results of another study found that an electrolyte solution incorporating Ventria's recombinant lactoferrin and ... 2007) Efficacy of rice-based oral rehydration solution containing recombinant human lactoferrin and lysozyme in Peruvian ...
*  Mastitis in dairy cattle
Mastitis can cause a decline in potassium and lactoferrin. It also results in decreased casein, the major protein in milk. As ...
*  Genetically modified rice
Their most notable variety produces human Lactoferrin and Lysozyme. These two proteins are produced naturally in human breast ...
*  Neutrophil-specific granule deficiency
Lactoferrin is the major enzyme found in specific granules, and will be largely absent in the granulocytes of these patients, ... Breton-Gorius J, Mason DY, Buriot D, Vilde JL, Griscelli C (1980). "Lactoferrin deficiency as a consequence of a lack of ... Neutrophil-specific granule deficiency (SGD, previously known as lactoferrin deficiency) is a rare congenital immunodeficiency ... Detection by immunoperoxidase staining for lactoferrin and cytochemical electron microscopy". Am. J. Pathol. 99 (2): 413-28. ...
*  Infant formula
Lactoferrin is a globular, multifunctional protein that has antimicrobial activity. Compared to human milk, cow's milk has a ... signifactly lower levels of lysozyme and lactoferrin; therefore, the industry has an increasing interest in adding them into ...
*  Cathepsin G
Komine K, Kuroishi T, Ozawa A, Komine Y, Minami T, Shimauchi H, Sugawara S (March 2007). "Cleaved inflammatory lactoferrin ...
*  Keratinocyte
July 2010). "Human lactoferrin stimulates skin keratinocyte function and wound re-epithelialization". The British Journal of ...