CONTENTS OF "REPORT OF THE SOY PROTEIN
RESEARCH COMMITTEE
(JAPAN) Vol. 14, No. 1, 1993"
(14-1) Molecular cloning of oil seed cystatins as antiviral proteins.

(14-2) Enhancement of the small intestinal transit after feeding of soybean protein isolate (SPI) in rats.

(14-3) Changes in free amino acids and oligopeptides in serum after administration of Hinute-PM.

(14-4) Preparation of hypoallergenic soybean products.

(14-5) Studies on allergenicity of soybean protein modified with oxidized lipid.

(14-6) Use of soybean peptides to improve bioavailability of methionine and to reduce gastrointestinal soy protein allergy.

(14-7) Regulation of polyunsaturated fatty acid metabolism and eicosanoid production by soybean protein.

(14-8) Effects of dietary proteins on plasma cholesterol level and fecal steroid excretion rates in various species of animals (II).

(14-9) Bile acid-binding peptides from digestive products of soy protein: Their structural and functional investigations.

(14-10) Effects of dietary soybean protein on ATP-citrate lyase induction in rat liver and plasma hormone levels.

(14-11) Effects of dietary soy protein isolate on the formation of cholesterol gallstone in mice.

(14-12) Metabolic changes in serum lipoproteins induced by the addition of dietary excess cystine to a soy protein isolate diet.

(14-13) Effects of soy protein on renal glomerular lesions in spontaneously developed diabetic WBN/Kob rats.

(14-14) Effects of soy protein isolate on sucrose-induced fat accumulation in post-weanling and young rats.

(14-15) Effect of feeding SPI to experimental diabetic rats.

(14-16) Protein malnutrition impairs superoxide anion production and Candida phagocytosis by macrophages.

(14-17) Effects of soybean protein isolate (SPI) on cellular immune functions of voluntarily exercised rats.

(14-18) Clinical application of soy protein for hyperlipidemic subjects.

(14-19) Effects of soy protein diet on energy metabolism in cirrhotic patients: An evaluation by indirect calorimetry.

(14-20) Effects of soy protein diet on lipid transfer protein activity in patients with ischemic heart disease.

(14-21) Characterization of glycolipid in soy protein isolate.

(14-22) Physiological function of soybean glycosides, especially DDMP saponin.

(14-23) Studies on mechanical and textural properties of thermally induced soy protein gels.

(14-24) Usability of SPI and its hydrolysate as an agent to entrap liquid lipids.

(14-25) Vacuolar processing enzyme responsible for proprotein processing of various seed proteins.

(14-26) N-Glycosylation of soybean glycinin by protein engineering.

Index
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