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Polyamines in human and cow's milk.
- J. Sanguansermsri, P. György, F. Zilliken
- Chemistry, MedicineThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 August 1974
There is a strict correlation between the DNA, RNA, and the spermine, spermidine concentration in both human and cow's milk during earlylactation.
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 has been examined and it is found that the isoflavanones are more active than the parent isofavones and the is oflavans are by far the most potent inhibitors.
Undialyzable growth factors for Lactobacillus bifidus var. pennsylvanicus. Protective effect of sialic acid bound to glycoproteins and oligosaccharides against bacterial degradation.
- P. György, R. Jeanloz, H. Von Nicolai, F. Zilliken
- Biology, MedicineEuropean journal of biochemistry
- 1 March 1974
Some higher-molecular undialyzable sialic acid-containing oligosaccharides from human milk and some sialo-glycoproteins from different body fluids have been tested for growth promoting activity and the activity of α1-acid glycoprotein from human serum, urinary glycop Protein and submaxillary mucin was considerably lower.
Uptake and distribution of orally applied N-acetyl-(14C)neuraminosyl-lactose and N-acetyl-(14C)neuraminic acid in the organs of newborn rats.
The time courses of the curves show a slower but higher accumulation in the tissues suggesting a better utilization of the (14C)NeuNAc from ( 14C) neuraminosyl-(alpha,2 leads to 3)lactose or pecularities in the absorption of the trisaccharide by the organs.
Bifidus factor. IV. Preparations obtained from human milk.
- A. Gauhe, P. Gyorgy, +4 authors F. Zilliken
- Chemistry, MedicineArchives of biochemistry and biophysics
The nitrogen-free saccharides obtained from the lactose-free concentrates of human milk by chromatography did not show any bifidus activity.
Minor constitutents of human milk IV: Analysis of the branched chain fatty acids
Abstract After catalytic hydrogenation of the unsaturated fatty acids, the branched chain fatty acids of human milk fat were enriched 100–500-fold by urea fractionation. The fatty acid (FA) mixture…
Bifidus factor. II. Its occurrence in milk from different species and in other natural products.
- P. Gyorgy, R. Kuhn, C. S. Rose, F. Zilliken
- Biology, MedicineArchives of biochemistry and biophysics
The activity of human milk for the growth of Lactobacillus bifidus var.
Morphological changes of Lactobacillus bifidus var. pennsylvanicus produced by a cell-wall precursor.
Antifungal activity of soybean and chickpea isoflavones and their reduced derivatives
For the first time in a comparative study it is shown that isoflavones and isoflavanones are variable in their activity whereas the is oflavans are moderately active inhibitors of fungal growth.
Bifidus factor. V. The activity of ?- and ?-methyl--acetyl--glucosaminides
The observed in vitro effect did not seem sufficient to explain the microbiological response, and no or only very slight enhancement by the α-glucoside was observed when the β-glue was replaced by other substances with bifidus factor activity.