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- Gamon, Luke F., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2019 v.67 no.19 pp. 5634-5646
- bioavailability; biochemical pathways; electrical resistance; epithelium; glycation; health effects assessments; human cell lines; infant formulas; infants; intestines; lysine; metabolism; mice; oxidation; oxidative stress; permeability; proteins; thiols
- ... Proteins present in infant formulas are modified by oxidation and glycation during processing. Modified amino acid residues released from proteins may be absorbed in the gastrointestinal tract, and pose a health risk to infants. In this study, the markers of glycation furosine (1.7–3.5 μg per milligram of protein) and Nᵋ-(carboxymethyl)lysine (28–81 ng per milligram of protein) were quantitated in ...