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Objective The high-density lipoprotein (HDL)-associated paraoxonase-1 (PON1)/free PON1 ratio is lower in diabetic patients in comparison with healthy controls. Because diabetes is associated with increased oxidative stress, we hypothesized that a labeled recombinant PON1 (rePON1) would detect...
Objective Hypothalamic centers integrate external signals of nutrient availability and energy status and initiate responses to maintain homeostasis. Quantifying changes in hypothalamic gene expression in the presence of nutrient excess may identify novel responsive elements.
Objective Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) contribute to human health; however, the probiotic properties vary among strains classified into the same species. The primary objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of yogurts made by different types of LAB on the gastrointestinal system. The...
Objective To investigate in mice the effect of diets enriched with soy or sunflower oil with different ω-6:ω-3 ratios on gestation, reproductive success, physical maturation, and the neurobiological development of the pups.
Objective Hyperglycemia, oxidative stress, and the onset and progression of diabetic complications are strongly linked. Reduction of oxidative stress could be of utmost importance in the long-term treatment of diabetic patients. The chronic nature of the disease calls for a mode of antioxidant...
Objective We investigated the predictive values of visceral adipose tissue area (VAT) and body fat mass for a composite endpoint consisting of type 2 diabetes and coronary heart disease and for incident metabolic syndrome.
Objective Populations subsisting on plant foods are believed to be at a high risk of mineral deficiencies. The aim of the present study was to examine the diet patterns of vegetarian adolescent girls for zinc adequacy and devise recipes to improve bioavailable zinc intakes.
Perioperative metabolic changes in cardiac surgical patients are not only induced by tissue injury and extracorporeal circulation per se: the systemic inflammatory response to surgical trauma and extracorporeal circulation, perioperative hypothermia, cardiovascular and neuroendocrine responses,...
Objective We investigated if alterations in the insulin-signaling pathway could contribute to reduced hepatic glycogen levels in adult rats subjected to a protein deficiency during intrauterine life and lactation and reared through to recovery on a soybean diet.
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