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- Poppitt, Sally D., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Journal of the American College of Nutrition 2013 v.32 no.3 pp. 177-186
- acute effects; amino acid composition; amino acids; animal models; beta-lactoglobulin; beverages; blood sampling; blood serum; breakfast; colostrum; cross-over studies; energy intake; food intake; glycopeptides; high protein foods; hunger; lunch; males; satiety; weight loss; whey; whey protein concentrate
- ... Objective: There is evidence that high-protein foods increase satiety and may aid weight loss, yet little is known of differential effects of protein composition. The aim of the study was to compare the acute effects of 4 whey proteins on satiety and food intake and to evaluate possible relationships with postprandial serum amino acid concentrations. Methods: Isoenergetic high-protein shakes (∼1 M ...
- Gras, Sally L., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- BBA - Proteins and Proteomics 2013 v.1834 pp. 1615-1623
- Raphanus sativus; X-radiation; amino acids; amyloid; antifungal properties; antimicrobial peptides; atomic force microscopy; freezing; radishes; sequence analysis; thawing; transmission electron microscopy
- ... The amyloid fibril-forming ability of two closely related antifungal and antimicrobial peptides derived from plant defensin proteins has been investigated. As assessed by sequence analysis, thioflavin T binding, transmission electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy and X-ray fiber diffraction, a 19 amino acid fragment from the C-terminal region of Raphanus sativus antifungal protein, known as ...