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Dietary proteins and angiogenesis.
Medina MÁ and Quesada AR. Nutrients 2014 - Review. PMID 24445377 Free PMC article.
Several small molecules present in the diet have been shown to have modulatory effects on angiogenesis. This review presents the current state of knowledge on the potential modulatory roles of dietary proteins on angiogenesis. ...Milk contains at least three proteins for which modulatory effects on angiogenesis have been previously demonstrated. On the other hand, there is some scarce information on the potential of dietary lectins, edible plant proteins and high protein diets to modulate angiogenesis....
Several small molecules present in the diet have been shown to have modulatory effects on angiogenesis. This review presents t …
Protein and Amino Acid Profiles of Different Whey Protein Supplements.
Almeida CC, et al. J Diet Suppl 2016. PMID 26317267
Whey protein (WP) supplements have received increasing attention by consumers due to the high nutritional value of the proteins and amino acids they provide. ...The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the contents of total protein (TP), α-lactalbumin (α-LA), β-lactoglobulin (β-LG), free essential amino acids (free EAA), and free branched-chain amino acids (free BCAA), amongst different WP supplements produced by U.S. and Brazilian companies. ...
Whey protein (WP) supplements have received increasing attention by consumers due to the high nutritional value of the proteins
Discovery and Quantification of Nonhuman Proteins in Human Milk.
Zhu J, et al. J Proteome Res 2019. PMID 30489082 Free PMC article.
Here, by deep proteome profiling, we detected several nonhuman peptides, which could be grouped as nonhuman proteins. We next estimated their concentration in human milk by combining data-dependent shotgun proteomics and parallel reaction monitoring. ...Peptides/proteins originating from bovine milk products were the dominant nonhuman proteins observed, notably bovine caseins (α-S1-, α-S2-, β-, κ-caseins) and β-lactoglobulin. ...
Here, by deep proteome profiling, we detected several nonhuman peptides, which could be grouped as nonhuman proteins. W …
Quantitative differences in whey proteins among Murrah, Nili-Ravi and Mediterranean buffaloes using a TMT proteomic approach.
Li S, et al. Food Chem 2018. PMID 30100428
The aim of this study was to characterize whey proteins and their potential activities among buffalo breeds. In this work, a tandem mass tag (TMT) proteomic approach was used to identify the differences in the proteomes of milk whey proteins in Murrah, Nili-Ravi and Mediterranean buffaloes. ...These results provide insight into the complexity of the buffalo milk whey proteome and provide molecular evidence for nutritive differences among buffalo breeds....
The aim of this study was to characterize whey proteins and their potential activities among buffalo breeds. In this work, a tandem m …
Gastric digestion of cow and goat milk: Impact of infant and young child in vitro digestion conditions
Hodgkinson AJ, et al. Food Chem 2018. Among authors: Prosser CG. PMID 29287371
Although products are commonly based on cow milk, goat milk provides an alternative. We directly compared digestion of cow and goat milk proteins, varying pH, enzyme concentrations and incubation times to simulate infant and young child gastric conditions. ...Caseins reacted to pH changes differently compared to whey proteins, with less digestion of casein at pH 3.0 than at pH 5.0. ...
Although products are commonly based on cow milk, goat milk provides an alternative. We directly compared digestion of cow and …
Analysis of soyabean proteins in meat products: a review.
Belloque J, et al. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2002 - Review. PMID 12401002
The use of soyabean proteins as meat extenders has spread significantly due to the interesting nutritional and functional properties that are present in soyabean proteins. ...However, the detection of soyabean proteins in meat products presents difficulties related to the composition (meat species, meat quality, soyabean protein source, presence of other non-meat proteins, etc.) and the processing of the meat products, and, although these analytical methods have tried to overcome all these difficulties, there is still not a method enabling quantitative assessment of soyabean proteins in all kinds of meat products....
The use of soyabean proteins as meat extenders has spread significantly due to the interesting nutritional and functional properti
Symposium review: Characterization of the bovine milk protein profile using proteomic techniques.
Greenwood SL and Honan MC. J Dairy Sci 2019. PMID 30612793
In more recent years, the development and advancement of proteomics techniques have yielded valuable tools for characterization of the protein profile in bovine milk. ...The different milk subfractions isolated during these processes can also be analyzed as individual entities to assess the protein profile unique to the different fractions-for instance, investigation of the skim milk-associated proteome versus the milk fat globule membrane-associated proteome. ...
In more recent years, the development and advancement of proteomics techniques have yielded valuable tools for characterization of th …
Changes in bovine milk fat globule membrane proteins caused by heat procedures using a label-free proteomic approach.
Yang Y, et al. Food Res Int 2018. PMID 30195502
Here, we investigated changes in the protein composition of the MFGM fraction between raw and heated whole milk using a label free proteomic approach. ...These findings provided novel insights into the effects of heat procedures on MFGM protein components and their potential physiological functions, thereby yielding data on the appropriate heating procedures to use for raw milk....
Here, we investigated changes in the protein composition of the MFGM fraction between raw and heated whole milk using a label free …
Detecting β-Casein Variation in Bovine Milk
Caroli AM, et al. Molecules 2016. PMID 26821001 Free PMC article.
The two most common protein variants are β-CN A² (the original one) and A¹, differing from A² for one amino acid substitution (Pro67 to His67). ...The method allows us to quantify the relative proportion of β-CN variants in whole milk without eliminating whey protein by acid or enzymatic precipitation of caseins. ...
The two most common protein variants are β-CN A² (the original one) and A¹, differing from A² for one amino acid substitution (Pro
An efficient extraction method to enhance analysis of low abundant proteins from soybean seed.
Natarajan SS, et al. Anal Biochem 2009. PMID 19651100
Large amounts of the major storage proteins, beta-conglycinin and glycinin, in soybean (Glycine max) seeds hinder the isolation and characterization of less abundant seed proteins. ...Analysis of 2D-PAGE showed that proteins which were less abundant or absent by the conventional extraction procedure were clearly seen in the 40% isopropanol extracts. ...
Large amounts of the major storage proteins, beta-conglycinin and glycinin, in soybean (Glycine max) seeds hinder the isolation and c …
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