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Proteolytic modification, particularly when combined with methionine enrichment, significantly reduced the lectin content and modified the trypsin inhibitor activity of a soya albumin preparation. During both peptic hydrolysis and enzymatic peptide modification, the amount of soya bean agglutinin...
The presence of rapidly fermented indigestible carbohydrates in the diet has been shown to influence intestinal fermentations and the route of excretion of urea nitrogen. The objective of the present study was to determine the effects of a dietary fiber blend on nitrogen excretion in the rat. The...
Direct-reacting Cu is defined as Cu 2+ and other forms of Cu that readily exchange with Cu 2+ in blood plasma. An analytical method was developed for 1) quantification of direct-reacting Cu by stable isotope dilution and 2) determination of 65 Cu enrichment of direct-reacting Cu in plasma samples...