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*  Lactalbumin
... wheat or corn protein, egg albumin, beef or fish protein, Spirulina maxima, or Scenedesmus protein, or Purina mouse chow. This ... Alpha-lactalbumin Beta-lactoglobulin 1. Influence Of Dietary Lactalbumin Hydrolysate On The Immune System Of Mice And ... Whey protein is particularly rich in substrates for GSH synthesis. We suggest that whey protein may be exerting its effect on ... Lactalbumin = Whey Protein Concentrate 2. Influence Of Dietary Proteins On The Immune System Of Mice Bounous G., Kongshavn P.A ...
*  Wheat allergy
... these are called wheat protein hydrolysates. These hydrolysates can create allergens out of wheat proteins that previously did ... Proteins are made of a chain of dehydrated amino acids. When enzymes cut proteins into pieces they add water back to the site ... 2006). "Profile analysis and immunoglobulin E reactivity of wheat protein hydrolysates". Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 140 (1): ... Typically the allergy is limited to the seed storage proteins of wheat, some reactions are restricted to wheat proteins, while ...
*  Hydrolysate
"Use of Protein Hydrolysates in Industrial Starter Culture Fermentations." PROTEIN HYDROLYSATES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY, 2010, p 91-114 ... Hydrolysate refers to any product of hydrolysis. Protein hydrolysate has special application in sports medicine because its ... "PROTEIN HYDROLYSATES IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE: A BRIEF REVIEW", Journal of Sports Science and Medicine, Vol 3, p 60-63, (2004) ... In the December 2013 edition of The International Journal of Food Science and Technology purports Hydrolysate was shown to be ...
*  Lewis Joel Greene
"Characterization of protein hydrolysates prepared for enteral nutrition" (PDF). Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 41 ... Protein Science. 8 (1): 13-24. doi:10.1110/ps.8.1.13. PMC 2144112 . PMID 10210179. Ward, R. J.; Oliveira, A. H. C.; Bortoleto, ... where he is a full professor of cell and molecular biology and head of the Center for Protein Chemistry of Hemocentro de ... Protein Expression and Purification. 21 (1): 134-140. doi:10.1006/prep.2000.1353. PMID 11162398. Short bio. Brazilian Order of ...
*  Non-proteinogenic amino acids
"Detection and possible origins of aminomalonic acid in protein hydrolysates". Analytical Biochemistry. 201 (1): 152-157. doi: ... In proteins a cysteine residue can form a disulfide bond with another cysteine residue, thus crosslinking the protein. Two ... are misincorporated translationally into proteins due to infidelity of the protein-synthesis process. Many amino acids, such as ... Ramadan, S. E.; Razak, A. A.; Ragab, A. M.; El-Meleigy, M. (1989). "Incorporation of tellurium into amino acids and proteins in ...
*  Olive fruit fly
Protein hydrolysates and ammonium salts may be used as attractants. The disadvantage of these are that their function is ... The substances used as bait for the flies are protein hydrolysates and are poisoned with organophosphate insecticides (usually ... because it can be used in programs for the fly's control and monitoring by using attractants such as hydrolysate proteins and ... In general, the treatments with protein baits are effective in summer seasons in areas with low incidence, whilst from ...
*  Fish hydrolysate
If fish hydrolysate is heated, the oils and certain proteins can be more easily removed to be sold in purified forms. The ... A number of scientific journals have cited the antiproliferative activity of fish protein hydrolysate, which makes it eligible ... Picot, L, et al., 'Antiproliferative activity of fish protein hydrolysates on human breast cancer cell lines', Process ... 1996), available online at [1]. Fish Protein Hydrolysates: Production, Biochemical, and Functional Properties Freshwater Fish ...
*  Chlorella vulgaris
Protein hydrolysates from the alga Chlorella vulgaris 87/1 with potentialities in immunonutrition. Biotecnología Aplicada, 26(2 ... The proteins content of C. Vulgaris varies from 42 to 58% of its biomass dry weight. These proteins are considered as having a ... Utilisation of Chlorella vulgaris cell biomass for the production of enzymatic protein hydrolysates. Bioresource technology, 99 ... Influence of microalgae cell wall characteristics on protein extractability and determination of nitrogen-to-protein conversion ...
*  Glutamate flavoring
Hydrolyzed proteins, or protein hydrolysates, are acid- or enzymatically treated proteins from certain foods. One example is ... Hydrolyzed protein contains free amino acids, such as glutamate, at levels of 5% to 20%. Hydrolyzed protein is used in the same ... It is found naturally in all living cells, primarily in the bound form as a constituent of proteins. Only a fraction of the ... Because glutamate is commonly found in food, primarily from protein sources, the FDA does not require foods and ingredients ...
*  Wool Industries Research Association
The second liquid was the organic solvent chloroform, and they separated acetamino-acids from protein hydrolysates. The ...
*  Julie Mennella
Differential growth patterns among healthy infants fed protein hydrolysate or cow-milk formulas. Pediatrics 127(1):110-8, 2011 ...
*  Tyrosine
The first involves the extraction of the desired amino acid from protein hydrolysates using a chemical approach. The second ... It occurs in proteins that are part of signal transduction processes. It functions as a receiver of phosphate groups that are ... Phosphorylation of the hydroxyl group can change the activity of the target protein, or may form part of a signaling cascade ... Some of the tyrosine residues can be tagged (at the hydroxyl group) with a phosphate group (phosphorylated) by protein kinases ...
*  Hemp protein
Girgih, Abraham (December 14, 2008). "A Novel Hemp Seed Meal Protein Hydrolysate Reduces Oxidative Stress Factors in ... Hemp protein is the protein content of hemp seeds. The protein in hemp seeds is made up of the two globulin types of proteins, ... Hemp protein has also been shown to reduce oxidative stress in hypertensive rats. Pea protein Edible protein per unit area of ... House, J (2010). "Evaluating the quality of protein from hemp seed (Cannabis sativa L.) products through the use of the protein ...
*  Pea
... enzymatic protein hydrolysate fractions". Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 58 (8): 4712-4718. doi:10.1021/jf904456r ... All proteins contain nitrogenous amino acids. Nitrogen is therefore a necessary ingredient in the production of proteins. Hence ... Dry weight is about one-quarter protein and one-quarter sugar. Pea seed peptide fractions have less ability to scavenge free ... Peas are starchy, but high in fiber, protein, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin K, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron ...
*  Infant food safety
Other formula options include soy-based formulas and hypoallergenic (or protein hydrolysate and amino acid-based) formulas. ...
*  Infant formula
Protein hydrolysate formulas contain protein that's been broken down into smaller sizes than are those in cow's milk and soy- ... Protein hydrolysate formulas are meant for babies who don't tolerate cow's milk or soy-based formulas. Specialized formulas are ... This includes steps to make protein more easily digestible and alter the whey-to-casein protein balance to one closer to human ... lactose-free formulas nor specialized non-milk protein formulas or hydrolyzed protein formulas for infants with milk protein ...
*  Elmer McCollum
McCollum began to search for ways to separate specific amino acids from protein hydrolysates. When he retired, he worked on ... when they found that plant protein diets needed to be supplemented with protein-free milk. Rats would then eat purified diets ... Due to discoveries by Justus von Liebig and others, they thought that any feed that contains a set amount of protein, ... He remained for another year as a postdoctoral researcher working with Thomas Osborne and Lafayette Mendel on plant protein and ...
*  Gary Beauchamp
"Differential growth patterns among healthy infants fed protein hydrolysate or cow-milk formulas." Pediatrics. 127.1, 110-18. ...
*  Congenital tufting enteropathy
Enteral feeding with a protein hydrolysate or amino acid based formulas worsen the diarrhoea and the children rapidly fail to ... thrive and develop protein energy malnutrition. In the majority of cases the severity of the malabsorption and diarrhoea make ...
*  Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Protein Hydrolysate - A review, Food Trade Review 1974, 19 Reuter et al., Evaluation of the allergenic potential of soy and ... Hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) products are foodstuffs obtained by protein hydrolysis and are used as ingredients with an ... To break down the protein to amino acids, proteases are added to the mixture of defatted protein and water. Since no salt is ... Almost all products rich in protein are suitable for the production of HVP. Today, it is made mainly from protein resources of ...
*  ATC code B05
B05BA01 Amino acids B05BA02 Fat emulsions B05BA03 Carbohydrates B05BA04 Protein hydrolysates B05BA10 Combinations B05BB01 ... B05AA01 Serum albumin B05AA02 Other plasma protein fractions B05AA03 Fluorocarbon blood substitutes B05AA05 Dextran B05AA06 ...
*  Protein adulteration in China
... soy protein, soy gluten, proteins (includes amino acids and protein hydrolysates), and mung bean protein. In a teleconference ... soy protein, soy gluten, proteins (includes amino acids and protein hydrolysates), and mung bean protein. These ingredients are ... "True protein is a measure of only the proteins in milk, whereas crude protein is a measure of all sources of nitrogen and ... The product is said to be protein in nature and suitable for livestock and poultry feed, yet claims a crude protein content of ...
*  Alpha MOS
Masking of bitterness in dairy protein hydrolysates: Comparison of an electronic tongue and a trained sensory panel as means of ...
*  Pepsin
... and to prepare animal and vegetable protein hydrolysates for use in flavoring foods and beverages. It is used in the leather ... Pepsin is an enzyme that breaks down proteins into smaller peptides (that is, a protease). It is produced in the stomach and is ... Pepsin is used for a variety of applications in food manufacturing: to modify and provide whipping qualities to soy protein and ... Dunn BM (Nov 2001). "Overview of pepsin-like aspartic peptidases". Current Protocols in Protein Science. Chapter 21: Unit 21.3 ...
*  Deoxycholic acid
Switching from a diet with protein provided by casein to a diet with protein provided by salmon protein hydrolysate led to as ... Its function as a detergent and isolating agent for membrane proteins also suits it for production of outer membrane protein ( ... In humans, adding high protein to a high fat diet raised the level of deoxycholate in the plasma by almost 50%. Obesity has ... In research deoxycholic acid is used as a mild detergent for the isolation of membrane associated proteins. The critical ...
*  Alcohol powder
... starch hydrolyzate), protein such as gelatin). For powdered alcohol, maltodextrin (a type of dextrin) was chosen. For the ...
*  Lloyd Hall
Production of protein hydrolysate flavoring material 2,464,200, 3/15/1949, Manufacture of stable dry papain composition ... Production of protein hydrolysate 2,758,931, 8/14/1956, Antioxidant composition 2,770,551, 11/27/1956, Meat-curing salt ... Protein composition of matter 2,321,673, 6/15/1944, Yeast food 2,357,650, 9/5/1944, Puncture sealing composition and ...