CONTENTS OF "NUTRITIONAL SCIENCE
OF SOY PROTEIN
(JAPAN) Vol. 11, No. 1, 1990"
(11-1) Separation of glycolipid in soy protein isolate.

(11-2) Studies on production of Tofuyo using soy protein isolate: Changes in physical properties of the product during ripening period.

(11-3) Utility of soy protein isolate and its admixture as antioxidants in preservation of highly unsaturated lipids.

(11-4) Developments in novel functional food materials by hybridization of soy protein to polysaccharides.

(11-5) Improvement of nutritional value and functional properties of soybean glycinin by protein engineering.

(11-6) Effects of dietary protein on mRNA levels of lipogenic enzyme set in liver.

(11-7) Effect of dietary soy protein on body fat.

(11-8) Metabolic fates of carbon skeletons of amino acids in growing rats fed on the soy protein isolate diets : Leucine, lysine, serine and alanine.

(11-9) Effect of energy restriction on nitrogen balance in young women fed a conventional low protein diet containing soy protein isolate.

(11-10) Effects of long-term feeding of soy protein isolate on proteinuria and age-related changes in some physiological variables in adult rats under restricted feeding condition.

(11-11) Basic studies on soybean-associated allergy.

(11-12) Hypocholesterolemic effect of soybean protein in rats : Interaction of dietary fat and age.

(11-13) Nutritional specificity of soy protein isolate for serum lipoprotein metabolism in rats.

(11-14) Species difference in the effect of dietary proteins on steroid excretion.

(11-15) Nutritional evaluation of dietary protein, peptides, and amino acids using oligomethionine as a probe for exocrine pancreatic secretion.

(11-16) Evaluation of nutritive value of peptide preparations derived from SPI.

(11-17) Effects of soy protein peptide on nutritional state and small intestinal function in short-bowel and methotrexate treated rats.

(11-18) Effects of soy peptides on sympathetic nerve activity.

(11-19) Comparison between effects of energy restricted diets supplemented with soybean peptide and lactalbumin on energy, protein and lipid metabolisms in treatment of obese children.

(11-20) Utilization of SPI hydrolyzate (SPT-5) for enteral and parenteral nutrition.

(11-21) Nutritional evaluation of oligopeptide mixture, prepared from soy protein isolate (SPI) in rats resected two-thirds of the small intestine.

(11-22) Effect of peptides on brush border transporters in rat intestine and clinical usefulness of soy peptides in the patients with malabsorption syndrome.

(11-23) Study on soy protein diets for the cirrhotic patients.

(11-24) Effects of soy protein diet on lipid metabolism in patients with hyperlipidemia and with ischemic heart disease.

(11-25) Effect of soy protein on plasma lipoprotein lipids, apoproteins and lipid transfer protein activity in the type IV hyperlipidemic subjects.

(11-26) Effect of soybean trypsin inhibitor on pancreatic lesion in WBN/Kob rats: Comparison with the effect of synthetic trypsin inhibitor.

Index
Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Vol. 4 Vol. 5 Vol. 6 Vol. 7 Vol. 8 Vol. 9
Vol.10 Vol.11 Vol.12 Vol.13 Vol.14 Vol.15 Vol.16 Vol.17 Vol.18 Vol.19
Vol.20 Vol.21 Vol.22 Vol.23 Vol.24 Vol.25 Vol.26 Vol.27 Vol.28 Vol.29
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