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1 Behavioural factors related to metabolic control in patients with phenylketonuria
article 2005    
Author: Crone, M.R. · Spronsen, F.J. · Oudshoorn, K. · Bekhof, J. · Rijn, G. van · Verkerk, P.H.
Keywords: Health · Phenylalanine · Protein · Attitude · Aietary intake · major clinical study · Metabolic regulation · Newborn screening · Parental behavior · Protein diet · Self concept · Attitude to Health · Behavior · Child · Child, Preschool · Female · Food, Formulated · Humans · Infant, Newborn · Male · Multivariate Analysis · Neonatal Screening · Parents · Patient Compliance · Phenylalanine · Phenylketonurias · Questionnaires · Regression Analysis · Treatment Outcome
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2 Health of issues of whey proteins: 2. Weight management
article 2006    
Author: Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Nutrition · Biomedical Research · Obesity · Protein Intake · Satiety · Weight Regulation · calcium · carbohydrate · casein · cholecystokinin · fat · gastric inhibitory polypeptide · gastrointestinal hormone · ghrelin · glucagon like peptide 1 · glucagon like peptide 2 · milk protein · peptide YY · protein · amino acid blood level · body composition · body fat · calcium urine level · caloric intake · diet therapy · energy expenditure · hormone action · hormone blood level · hormone release · human · insulin like activity · obesity · postprandial state · precancer · prevalence · protein diet · protein function · protein intake · protein synthesis · public health · review · safety · satiety · statistical significance · thermogenesis
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3 Health issues of whey proteins: 1. Protection of lean body mass
article 2006    
Author: Schaafsma, G.
Keywords: Biology · Biomedical Research · Clinical states · Muscle mass protection · Sarcopenia · Weight loss · Whey proteins · branched chain amino acid · cysteine · essential amino acid · glucose · glutamine · glutathione · milk protein · amino acid composition · burn · cancer · catabolism · chronic obstructive lung disease · Crohn disease · decarboxylation · diabetes mellitus · digestive function · energy metabolism · exercise · glucose homeostasis · glutathione metabolism · health program · host resistance · human · Human immunodeficiency virus infection · insulin resistance · kidney disease · lean body weight · muscle atrophy · non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus · nonhuman · nutritional assessment · nutritional requirement · nutritional status · nutritional value · protein degradation · protein diet · protein function · protein intake · protein metabolism · protein synthesis · review · sepsis · statistical significance · surgical injury · transamination · weight reduction · whey · wound healing
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4 High-protein and high-carbohydrate breakfasts differentially change the transcriptome of human blood cells
article 2006    
Author: Erk, M.J. van · Blom, W.A.M. · Ommen, B. van · Hendriks, H.F.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Biomedical Research · Acetaminophen · Carbohydrate · Gene expression · Human blood · Leukocytes · Protein · immunoglobulin enhancer binding protein · paracetamol · T lymphocyte receptor · adult · article · blood cell · blood sampling · carbohydrate diet · food intake · gene expression profiling · gene overexpression · glycogen metabolism · human · human experiment · immune response · leukocyte · male · normal human · protein diet · protein synthesis · signal transduction · stomach emptying · Acetaminophen · Adolescent · Adult · Cross-Over Studies · Dietary Carbohydrates · Dietary Proteins · Eating · Gastric Emptying · Gene Expression · Gene Expression Profiling · Gene Expression Regulation · Humans · Leukocytes · Male · NF-kappa B · Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis · Receptors, Antigen, T-Cell · RNA · Satiation · Signal Transduction · Single-Blind Method
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5 A high-protein diet increases postprandial but not fasting plasma total homocysteine concentrations: A dietary controlled, crossover trial in healthy volunteers
article 2005    
Author: Verhoef, P. · Vliet, T. van · Olthof, M.R. · Katan, M.B.
Keywords: Health · Biomedical Research · Crossover study · Dietary protein · Fasting · Homocysteine · Humans · Postprandial · homocysteine · methionine · adult · amino acid blood level · article · controlled study · demography · diet supplementation · human · human experiment · male · normal human · nutrition · postprandial state · protein diet · adolescent · area under the curve · blood · cardiovascular disease · clinical trial · controlled clinical trial · crossover procedure · diet restriction · dose response · physiology · protein intake · protein restriction · randomized controlled trial · risk factor · Adolescent · Adult · Area Under Curve · Cardiovascular Diseases · Cross-Over Studies · Diet, Protein-Restricted · Dietary Proteins · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Fasting · Homocysteine · Humans · Male · Methionine · Postprandial Period · Risk Factors
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6 Effect of a high-protein breakfast on the postprandial ghrelin response
article 2006    
Author: Blom, W.A.M. · Lluch, A. · Stafleu, A. · Vinoy, S. · Holst, J.J. · Schaafsma, G. · Hendriks, H.F.J.
Keywords: Biology · Biomedical Research · Dietary protein · Gastric emptying · Gut hormones · Satiety · cholecystokinin · gastric inhibitory polypeptide · ghrelin · glucagon · paracetamol · glucagon like peptide 1 · insulin · peptide hormone · adult · article · blood sampling · caloric intake · carbohydrate intake · controlled study · hormone release · human · male · meal · normal human · postprandial state · protein diet · satiety · stomach emptying · adolescent · area under the curve · blood · clinical trial · controlled clinical trial · crossover procedure · drug effect · glucose blood level · metabolism · physiology · protein intake · questionnaire · randomized controlled trial · secretion · single blind procedure · time · Acetaminophen · Adolescent · Adult · Area Under Curve · Blood Glucose · Cholecystokinin · Cross-Over Studies · Dietary Proteins · Gastric Emptying · Gastric Inhibitory Polypeptide · Glucagon · Glucagon-Like Peptide 1 · Humans · Insulin · Male · Peptide Hormones · Postprandial Period · Questionnaires · Satiation · Single-Blind Method · Time Factors
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7 Food allergy: What do we learn from animal models?
article 2004    
Author: Knippels, L.M.J. · Wijk, F. van · Penninks, A.H.
Keywords: Health · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · Allergenicity · Animal models · Food allergy · Therapy · Ara h 1 allergen · Ara h 2 allergen · Ara h 3 allergen · DNA vaccine · food allergen · fungal immunomodulatory protein · fungal protein · immunoglobulin E antibody · protein fip fve · recombinant antigen · recombinant cytokine · recombinant peanut allergen · unclassified drug · allergenicity · antigen specificity · article · bacterium · clinical research · desensitization · dog · dose response · drug activity · drug mechanism · drug research · drug screening · food allergy · genetic susceptibility · health hazard · hypothesis · immunological tolerance · immunopathogenesis · immunoprophylaxis · mouse strain · nonhuman · pathophysiology · prediction · priority journal · protein degradation · protein diet · protein intake · protein structure · publication · rat strain · review · screening test · sensitization · swine · Th1 cell · Th2 cell · Animals · Food Hypersensitivity · Humans · Immunotherapy · Interleukin-10 · Interleukin-4 · Models, Animal · T-Lymphocytes
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8 cAMP-dependent signaling regulates the adipogenic effect of n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids
article 2008    
Author: Madsen, L. · Pedersen, L.M. · Liaset, B. · Ma, T. · Petersen, R.K. · Berg, S. van den · Pan, J. · Müller-Decker, K.M. · Dülsner, E.D. · Kleemann, R. · Kooistra, T. · Døskeland, S.O. · Kristiansen, K.
Keywords: Acids · Biomolecules · Carbohydrates · Cell culture · Cytology · Ecology · Fetal monitoring · Metabolism · Organic compounds · Oxygen · Urea · Adipogenesis · Cyclooxygenase · Demanding processes · Gluconeogenesis · Heat productions · Hepatic expressions · High protein diets · In vitro · Oxygen consumptions · Peroxisome proliferator- activated receptors · Polyunsaturated fatty acids · Prostaglandin synthesis · Protein kinases · Urea syntheses · Nutrition · Cyclic AMP dependent protein kinase · Glucagon · Glucose · Insulin · Omega 6 fatty acid · Peroxisome proliferator activated receptor gamma coactivator 1alpha · Prostaglandin synthase · Urea · Carbohydrate · Unsaturated fatty acid · Adipocyte · Adipogenesis · Amino acid sequence · Animal cell · Animal cell culture · Animal experiment · Animal model · Animal tissue · Carbohydrate diet · Controlled study · Energy conservation · Enzyme activity · Enzyme induction · Gluconeogenesis · In vitro study · In vivo study · Nonhuman · Prostaglandin synthesis · Protein diet · Protein expression · Signal transduction · Urea cycle · Biological model · C57BL mouse · Cell strain 3T3 · Chemistry · Cytology · Genetics · Mus · 3T3-L1 Cells · Adipocytes · Adipogenesis · Animals · Carbohydrates · Cyclic AMP · Fatty Acids, Omega-6 · Fatty Acids, Unsaturated · Male · Mice · Mice, Inbred C57BL · Models, Biological · Obesity · Signal Transduction · Urea · Healthy for Life · Healthy Living
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