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- Kuchta-Noctor, Anna M., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Nutrition and cancer 2016 v.68 no.7 pp. 1234-1246
- DNA; antineoplastic activity; buttermilk; cattle; cell death; centrifugation; colorectal neoplasms; cream; dose response; epithelial cells; gravity; human cell lines; lipid composition; mammary glands; membrane potential; microfiltration; milk fat; mitochondrial membrane; mitogen-activated protein kinase; neoplasm cells; phosphatidylserines; proteins; sphingomyelins
- ... Buttermilk is a rich source of milk fat globule membrane (MFGM) fragments assembled from bioactive polar lipids and proteins that originate from bovine mammary epithelial cells. The objective of this study was to examine growth-modulatory effects of experimental buttermilks varying in sphingolipid and phospholipid composition on a colon cancer cell line of human origin. Buttermilks were prepared f ...