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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.
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.
The vitamins; chemistry, physiology, pathology, methods
Age differences in vitamin B6 status of 617 men.
- C. S. Rose, P. György, +6 authors H. Spiegel
- MedicineThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 August 1976
These studies provide the most extensive normative data on vitamin B6 status available on men in the adult years of life on men whose intake of nutrients is not limited by economic factors.
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…
EGG-WHITE INJURY AS THE RESULT OF NONABSORPTION OR INACTIVATION OF BIOTIN.
THE URINARY EXCRETION OF AMINO ACIDS BY A CYSTINURIC SUBJECT
ON THE IDENTITY OF VITAMIN H WITH BIOTIN.
Vitamin B6 and Skin Lesions in Rats
Vitamin B61 has been defined2 as “that part of the vitamin B2 complex which is responsible for the cure of the specific dermatitis developed by young rats fed on a vitamin B-free diet supplemented…
TREATMENT OF EXPERIMENTAL DIETARY CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER IN RATS
Under identical conditions, female rats have shown greater resistance to the production of dietary hepatic cirrhosis and a more favorable response to therapeutic dietary factors, than male rats.