The role of source of protein in regulation of food intake, satiety, body weight and body composition

  title={The role of source of protein in regulation of food intake, satiety, body weight and body composition},
  author={Emily Greco and Andrew Winquist and Thomas Jacob Lee and Shari Collins and Zach Lebovic and Tara Zerbe-Kessinger and Alireza Jahan Mihan},
  journal={Journal of Nutritional Health \& Food Engineering},
Submit Manuscript | Abbreviations: AA: Amino Acid; BAP: Bioactive Peptide; BBB: Blood Brain Barrier; BCAA: Branched Chain Amino Acid; BMI: Body Mass Index; CCK: Cholecystokinin; CHO: Carbohydrate; DPP-IV: Dipeptidyl Peptidase IV; EWH: Egg White Hydrolysate; GI: Gastro-Intestinal Tract; GLP-1: Glucagon like Peptide; GMP: Glycomacropeptide; ICV: Intracerebroventricular; IPP: IsoleucineProline-Proline; kg: kilogram; m: meter; PYY: Peptide YY; VPP: Valine-Proline-Proline 

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