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Cow Milk Angiogenin Induces Cytokine Production in Human Blood Leukocytes
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Simultaneous treatment with angiogenin and phytohemagglutinin had an additive effect on the production of cytokines, the time of this effect manifestation being individual for each cytokine.
[Biological functions and therapeutic properties of angiogenins].
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An analysis of recently published data on the biological functions of angiogenins with a view to their potential use as an active basis for new pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.
Growth stimulating effect of bovine milk lactoferrin on dermal cells and probiotic bacteria
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Analysis of the data suggests that bLF refers to a group of proteins that regulate receptor mechanism for implementing many cellular processes, including proliferation of both animal and microbial cells, and especially of the cells of beneficial intestinal microflora, which is more effective in protection the GI tract from ulceration of the gastric mucosa and dysbiosis.
[Physical methods (ultrasound) and disinfecting agents for decontaminating the water in poultry meat processing].
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In vitro studies revealed that the use of ultra sound in the decontamination of cooling water and poultry meat surface did not produce the necessary effect and the iodofor preparations inkosan and yomil S as well as the agents chalamide and chloramine added in fixed concentrations to the water in cooling vats were not shown to be able to inactivate Salmonella organisms on the surface of experimentally contaminated poultry carcasses.
[Investigation of the iron-binding capacity of the bovine lactoferrin].
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The developed modification of the method of chromatographic production of lactoferrin has shown its effectiveness and availability for production at domestic dairy enterprises and the possibility of using the iron-saturated form of Holstein-Frisian breed of cows as a domestic raw material for dietary supplements and specialized foods is justified.
[Angiogenin content in human milk in the early period of lactation].
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The content of angiogenin in human milk and dairy produce for feeding of children of the first year of life is investigated and it is revealed that in products of infant's feeding the angiagenin either was absent, or its concentration was much lower, than in breast milk.
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