Dietary proteins : how they alleviate disease and promote by George U. Liepa

By George U. Liepa

Content material: Protein review / David okay. Rassin -- impact of nutritional soybean protein and casein on magnesium absorption / Elizabeth J. verge of collapse and Anton C. Beynen -- position of protein caliber in all over the world foodstuff / George G. Graham -- Protein and malnutrition: impression of basic and secondary nutrients choices and changes / Constance Kies -- nutritional protein and atherosclerosis / Susanne ok. Czarnecki and David Kritchevsky -- nutritional protein and blood ldl cholesterol homeostasis / C.M. Luhman and D.C. Beitz -- Cholesterolemic results of nutritional soybean protein and casein: mechanisms of motion / Anton C. Beynen -- nutritional protein and the origins of human melanoma / Steven ok. Clinton -- impression of nutritional protein and methionine supplementation on mammary tumorigenesis / E.J. Hawrylewicz and Henry H. Huang -- caliber of nutritional protein in the course of initiation and promoting of chemical carcinogenesis in rats / Andie M. Hsueh, Robyn Shipley and Hee sunlight Park -- development and improvement of hyperlipidemia in sarcoma-bearing rats fed casein or cottonseed protein / John D. Radliffe. (cont) dating of nutritional protein to kidney ailment / Mackenzie Walser -- impression of nutritional protein resource in experimental renal affliction / A.S. Richmond ... [et al.] -- influence of volume and sort of nutritional protein on nephrocalcinosis / Xizhong Zhang and Anton C. Beynen -- nutritional proteins, biliary lipids and gallstone disorder / Mary Anne Gorman -- monetary facets of nutritional protein / Helen H. Jensen -- nutritional developments for vegetable proteins in meals / Endre Sipos and Lois A. Foster

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Reports Int. 29, 323–337. Copyright © 1992 AOCS Press Chapter 5 Dietary Protein and Atherosclerosis Susanne K. Czarneckia David Kritchevskyb,* a Department of Biology Earlham College Richmond, Indiana 45374 b The Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology 3601 Spruce Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 The earliest known effects of dietary protein in experimental atherosclerosis were demonstrated at the beginning of this century by Ignatowski who successfully induced arterial lesions in rabbits by feeding milk and egg yolks to weanling rabbits or horse meat to adult rabbits (1,2).

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We also compared the effects of three proteins (fish, casein and whole milk), which had similar lysine content but differed in the amount of arginine present. The lysine present in the three proteins (%) was: Copyright © 1992 AOCS Press Suzanne K. Czarnecki and David Kritchevsky 46 TABLE 5–2 Influence of Lysine and Arginine Added to Soy Protein and Casein on Experimental Atherosclerosis in Rabbits (DATA ± SEM)a Protein No. Rabbits Serum lipids (mg/dL) Cholesterol Triglyceride Average atherosclerosis Arch Thoracic Expt.

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