Dietary soya protein during pregnancy and lactation in rats with hereditary kidney disease attenuates disease progression in offspring.

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Dietary soya protein substitution for casein initiated at weaning slows disease progression in animal models of chronic renal disease. As there is increasing evidence that fetal programming can have a significant impact on kidney physiology and function in offspring, the objective of the current study was to determine whether exposure to soya protein in the… (More)

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@article{Cahill2007DietarySP, title={Dietary soya protein during pregnancy and lactation in rats with hereditary kidney disease attenuates disease progression in offspring.}, author={Leah E. Cahill and Claudia Yu-Chen Peng and Neda Bankovi{\'c}-Cali{\'c} and Deepa Sankaran and Malcolm Robert Ogborn and Harold M Aukema}, journal={The British journal of nutrition}, year={2007}, volume={97 1}, pages={77-84} }