(JAPAN) Vol. 16, 1995"
(16-1) Effects of the soybean septide on an increase in muscle mass during training in mice.

(16-2) Induction of heat shock proteins in rats fed soy protein isolate.

(16-3) Effects of soy protein isolate on sucrose-induced fat accumulation in lactational maternal rats and sucking baby rats.

(16-4) Effects of soybean protein on lipid metabolism in genetically obese rat.

(16-5) Regulation by soybean protein of Éø-linolenic acid metabolism : effect of diabetes.

(16-6) Suppressive effects of soy protein on the production of peroxidized LDL and enlargement of LDL molecular size.

(16-7) Effect of dietary soybean protein on arterial lesions in hypercholesterolemic (ExHC) rats.

(16-8) Soy protein isolate favorably affects a postprandial lipemia in normolipidemic subjects.

(16-9) Kinetic study of extraction of water-soluble polysaccharides from "Okara".

(16-10) Effect of edible oil on beany flavor formation in soybean homogenate.

(16-11) Genetic variation of 11S globulin A5 subunit in glycine soja.

(16-12) Molecular analysis of the mechanism that regulates expression of a soybean seed storage protein genes in response to sulfur nutrition : toward a development of a novel strategies for molecular breeding of soybean.

(16-13) Cloning of the genes for an allergenic protein in soybean.

(16-14) Development of hypoallergenic soybean protein : analyses using model animals.

(16-15) Expression of soyacystatin in E. Coli and investigation of its inhibitory activity.

(16-16) Binding of secondary bile acids to polypeptides from soy protein, and assessment of their masking efficiency in relation to antitumorigenicity.

(16-17) Effects of dietary soybean protein, proleena 200 on plasma lipid in hyperlipidemic and hypertensive patients.

(16-18) X-Ray analysis of soybean proglycinin.

(16-19) Immunological response and tolerance to dietary soybean protein.

(16-20) Studies on structural factor involved in physical properties of thermally induced soy protein gels.

(16-21) Analysis of freeze-denaturation of soy protein and its control.

(16-22) Improvement of the functional properties of soy protein by spontaneous deamidation occurred in a low water activity.

(16-23) Surface property of dehydrated protein or polysaccharide film and mass transfer through the film.

(16-24) SPI as the principal nitrogen source of a designed diet for galactosamine-induced hepatitic rats.

(16-25) Effect of ingestion of soy protein on renal hemodynamics in healthy volunteer subjects.

(16-26) Measurement of trypsin inhibitor activity of different type of tofu.

(16-27) Effect of protein nutrition on hepatitis and hepatic cancer in LEC (Long Evans Cinnamon) rat : (2) feeding of F1 (LEC Å~ Fischer) rats a soy protein diet with or without addition of methionine.

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