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Tissue distribution of isoflavones in ewes after consumption of red clover silage.
When discovered in the 50's, isoflavones were suspected to provoke infertility syndrome in sheep grazing on clover. Many others effects of these phytoestrogens have been documented afterwards. ToExpand
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Exoproteomic analysis of the SecA2-dependent secretion in Listeria monocytogenes EGD-e.
As part of the Sec translocase, the accessory ATPase SecA2 is present in some pathogenic Gram-positive bacteria. In Listeria monocytogenes, deletion of secA2 results in filamentous cells that formExpand
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Label-free Quantitative Protein Profiling of vastus lateralis Muscle During Human Aging*
Sarcopenia corresponds to the loss of muscle mass occurring during aging, and is associated with a loss of muscle functionality. Proteomic links the muscle functional changes with protein expressionExpand
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Isoflavones in several clover species and in milk from goats fed clovers
Isoflavones that exist in forages such as clover can move in milk, and may have beneficial effects on human health. We measured the isoflavones in subterranean (cv Yarloop, Geraldton, Dinninup andExpand
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Identification by proteomic analysis of early post-mortem markers involved in the variability in fat loss during cooking of mule duck "foie gras".
Fat loss during cooking of duck "foie gras" is the main quality issue for both processors and consumers. Despite the efforts of the processing industry to control fat loss, the variability of fattyExpand
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Muscle composition slightly affects in vitro digestion of aged and cooked meat: identification of associated proteomic markers.
Meat is an appropriate source of proteins and minerals for human nutrition. Technological treatments modify the physical-chemical properties of proteins, making them liable to decrease theExpand
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Preliminary observations of flavonoid glycosides from the vegetable coagulant Cynara L. in protected designation of origin cheeses
Abstract Aqueous extracts of Cynara cardunculus L. (cardoon) flowers have been used for centuries as vegetable coagulants for traditional cheesemaking in the Iberian Peninsula. However, the fullExpand
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Listeria monocytogenes Biofilm Adaptation to Different Temperatures Seen Through Shotgun Proteomics
Listeria monocytogenes is a foodborne pathogen that can cause invasive severe human illness (listeriosis) in susceptible patients. Most human listeriosis cases appear to be caused by consumption ofExpand
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Les flavonoïdes, des fourrages au lait
Les fourrages sont riches en polyphenols. Parmi ceux-ci, les flavonoides, representent une fraction qualitativement importante pour leurs actions benefiques sur la sante de l'homme. Ce texte decritExpand
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Proteome response of fish under multiple stress exposure: Effects of pesticide mixtures and temperature increase.
Aquatic systems can be subjected to multiple stressors, including pollutant cocktails and elevated temperature. Evaluating the combined effects of these stressors on organisms is a great challenge inExpand
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