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Inhibition of in vitro microsomal lipid peroxidation by isoflavonoids.
In a comparative study the inhibition of microsomal lipid peroxidation induced by an Fe2+-ADP-complex and NADPH by naturally occurring isoflavones and their reduced derivatives (isoflavanones andExpand
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Undialyzable growth factors for Lactobacillus bifidus var. pennsylvanicus. Protective effect of sialic acid bound to glycoproteins and oligosaccharides against bacterial degradation.
Lactobacillus bifidus var. pennsylvanicus requires human milk constituents for growth. All growth factors so far known represent low-molecular derivatives of d-glucosamineExpand
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Polyamines in human and cow's milk.
Putrescine, cadaverine, spermidine, and spermine have been detected as regular minor constituents of human and cow's milk. These polyamines have been identified in form of their dansyl derivatives byExpand
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Uptake and distribution of orally applied N-acetyl-(14C)neuraminosyl-lactose and N-acetyl-(14C)neuraminic acid in the organs of newborn rats.
N-acetyl-(14C)neuraminosyl-(alpha,2 leads to 3)lactose enzymatically prepared of CMP-NeuNAc and lactose by a particulate enzyme fraction from lactating rat mammary gland was applied orally to newbornExpand
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Bifidus factor. IV. Preparations obtained from human milk.
Abstract 1. 1. Cream, proteins, and salts can be removed from human milk with only small losses of bifidus activity. 2. 2. For the separation from lactose, processes have been developed usingExpand
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Bifidus factor. II. Its occurrence in milk from different species and in other natural products.
Abstract The activity of human milk for the growth of Lactobacillus bifidus var. Penn was compared with that of other species. The average relative activity was highest for human colostrum, closelyExpand
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Bifidus factor. V. The activity of ?- and ?-methyl--acetyl--glucosaminides
Abstract 1. 1. β-Methyl- N -acetyl- d -glucosaminide is a growth factor for Lactobacillus bifidus var. Penn . The corresponding α-glucoside is inactive. 2. 2. When mixtures of the inactive α-methyl-Expand
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Many investigations have been carried out concerning the ability of microorganisms to synthesize vitamin K. These investigations were stimulated by the observation that the vitamin K isolated fromExpand
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Gynaminic acid, a naturally occurring form of neuraminic acid in human milk.
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