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The effects of rumen nitrogen balance on in vitro rumen fermentation and microbial protein synthesis vary with dietary carbohydrate and nitrogen sources
Kand D, et al.
Anim. Feed Sci. Technol., 241(12) (2018)
Potential of casein as a carrier for biologically active agents
Glkab T K and Boratynski J
Topics in Current Chemistry, 375(4), 71-71 (2017)
Casein and Peptides Derived from Casein as Antileukaemic Agents
Ledesma M E, et al.
Journal of Oncology, 2019(4), 71-71 (2019)
Losee L Ling et al.
Nature, 517(7535), 455-459 (2015-01-07)
Antibiotic resistance is spreading faster than the introduction of new compounds into clinical practice, causing a public health crisis. Most antibiotics were produced by screening soil microorganisms, but this limited resource of cultivable bacteria was overmined by the 1960s. Synthetic...
K Benschop et al.
Journal of clinical microbiology, 46(12), 3965-3970 (2008-10-24)
Human parechoviruses (HPeV) are widespread pathogens belonging to the Picornavirus family. Six genotypes, which have predominantly been isolated from children, are known. Data on prevalence of HPeV genotypes are generally based on cell culture, which may underestimate the prevalence of...
Tânia Reis
PloS one, 11(1), e0146758-e0146758 (2016-01-08)
Gene-diet interactions play a crucial but poorly understood role in susceptibility to obesity. Accordingly, the development of genetically tractable model systems to study the influence of diets in obesity-prone genetic backgrounds is a focus of current research. Here I present...
S Elsayed et al.
Molecular immunology, 41(12), 1225-1234 (2004-10-16)
T cell recognition patterns of CAS1_Bovin, its limited hydrolysis, oxidized, reduced/alkylated, cyanogen bromide cleavage fractions and synthetic peptides were examined. Thirteen overlapping peptides covering the intact molecule, with chain lengths varied between 17 and 20 AA, were prepared by f-moc...
T cell recognition pattern of bovine milk alphaS1-casein and its peptides
Elsayed S, et al.
Molecular Immunology, 41(12) (2004)
Effects of synthetic diets enriched in specific nutrients on Drosophila development, body fat, and lifespan
Reis T
Testing, 11(1), 71-71 (2016)
Tomasz Konrad Głąb et al.
Topics in current chemistry (Cham), 375(4), 71-71 (2017-07-18)
Casein is the collective name for a family of milk proteins. In bovine milk, casein comprises four peptides: αS1, αS2, β, and κ, differing in their amino acid, phosphorus and carbohydrate content but similar in their amphiphilic character. Hydrophilic and...
Edgar Ledesma-Martínez et al.
Journal of oncology, 2019, 8150967-8150967 (2019-10-05)
Milk is a heterogeneous lacteal secretion mixture of numerous components that exhibit a wide variety of chemical and functional activities. Casein, the main protein in milk, is composed of α-, β-, and κ-caseins, each of which is important for nutritional...