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Academic Research Citations

“Stability and Absorption of Milk-Borne Bioactive Peptides in the Gastrointestinal Tract of Neonatal Pigs”, R.J. Xu, W. H. Shen, Department of Zoology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

“Designing Cell-Permeant Phosphopetides to Modulate Intracellular Signaling Pathway”, D.J. Dunican, P. Doherty, Molecular Neurobiology Group, Kings College London, UK, Peptides Science, Vol. 60, 45-60.

“Structure-Function Relationships of Integral Membrane Protein: Membrane Transporters vs Channels”, J. le Coutre, H. R. Kaback, Department of Physiology and Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics and the Molecular Biology Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, Peptide Science, Vol 55, 297-307

“Mode of Action of Membrane Active Antimicrobial Peptides”, Y. Shai, Peptide Science, Vol. 66, 2002, 236-248

“Conformation and Interaction of the Cyclic Cationic Antimicrobial Peptides in Lipid Bilayers”, J. Peptide Res. Vol. 60, 2002, 23-36

"Amino Acids and Peptide Absorption and Transport Across the Intestine", K. E. Webb, Jr., Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology, 1991

"Tissue Distribution of a Peptide Transporter mRNA in Sheep, Dairy Cows, Pigs and Chickens", Chen, Wong, Webb, Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Journal of Animal Science 77: 1277-1283, 1999.

"Peptide Absorption: A Review of Current Concept and Future Perspectives", Webb, Matthews and DiRienzo, Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Journal of Animal Sciece 70: 3248-3257, 1992.

"Amino Acids Absorption and Production of Pancreatic Hormones in Non-Anaesthetized Pigs after Duodenal Infusion of a Milk Enzymic Hydrolysate or of Free Amino Acids", Rerat, and Simones Nunes, British Journal of Nutrition 1988, vol. 60, 121-136

"Splanchnic Fluxes of Amino Acids After Duodenal Infusion of Carbohydrate Solution Containing Free Amino Acids or Oligopeptides in the Non-Anaesthetized Pig", A. Rerat, C. Simones-Nunes, F. Mendy, Department of Nutrition and Feed, CRJ-INRA, France, British Journal of Nutrition 1992, Vol. 68, 111-138.

"Amino Acid Composition of Degradtion-resistant Peptides in Extracullular Rumen Fluid of Sheep", Wallace, Newbold, Watt, Buchan and Brown, Journal of Agriculture Science, 1993, 120, 129-133.

"In Vitro Availability of Iron and Zinc: Effects of the Type, Concentration and Fractions of Digestion Product of the Protein", F. Perez-Llamas et al, British Journal of Nutrition 1996, 76, 727-741.

"Partial Substitute of Di- Tripeptides for Native Proteins in Sea Bass Diet Improves Dicentrarchus Labrax Larval Development", Zambonino, Cahu, and Peres, journal of Nutrition 127: 608-614, 1997

"Recent Developments in Nutrition and Microparticulate Diets of Larval Prawns", Teshima, Kanazawa and Koshio, Kagoshima University, Japan. The Israeli Journal of Aquaculture 1993, 45: 275-184.

"Using Receptor and Antagonists to Identify Exogenous Bioactive Peptides that Promote Animal Health and Productivity", Froetschel and Amos, University of Georgia at Athen, 1997 Annual Report.

"Peptide Absorption and its Significance in Ruminant Protein Metabolism", Webb and Matthews, Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Florida, College of Medicine, Gainseville, FL USA.

"Amino Acids Flux Across the Gastrointestinal Tract and Liver of Calves", Koenl, Schlagheck and Webb, Journal of Dairy Science 76: 2275-2285, 1993

"Bioactive Substances in Food: Identification and Potential Uses", David Kitts, Department of Food Science, University of British Columbia, Canada, Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 72: 423-434, 1994

"Protein Hydrolysate vs. Fish Meal in Compound Diets for 10 days old Sea Bass Dicentrarchu Labrax Larvae", Cahu, Infante, and Gall, Aquaculture 171: 109-119, 1999

"Effects of Amino Acids and Peptides on Rumen Microbial Growth Yields", Argyle and Balwin, Department of Animal Science, University of California Davis, Journal of Dairy Science 72: 2017-2027, 1989.

"Peptide-Bound Methionine as methionine Sources for Protein Accretionand Cell Proliferation in Primary Cultures of Ovine Skeletal Muscle", Pan and Webb, Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Journal of Nutrition 128: 251-256, 1998.

"Peptides in Clinical Nutrition", Grimble"A Growth-Stimulating Activity Derived From the Proximal Small Intestine is Associated with an Adaptive Response", Grey and Morin, department of Pediatrics, University of Montreal, Canada, Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 68: 646-649. 1990

"Interrelationship Between the Growth-promoting Effect of Fish Soluble and the Gut Flora of Chick", Harrison and Coates, British Journal of Nutrition, 1972, 28, 213-221.

"Evaluation of Corn Fermentation Solubles, Menhaden Fish Meal, Methionine and Hydrolyzed Feather Meal in Diets of Young Turkeys", Potter and Shelton, Department of Poultry Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blackburg, Virginia. Poultry Science 57: 1586-1593, 1978.

"Further evidence for an Unidentified Nutrient in Fish Solubles Which Improve Hatchability and Progeny Growth of Turkey and Japanese Quail", Touchburn, Silva and Naber, Department of Poultry Science, Ohio Agriculture research and Development Center, Wooster, Ohio, Poultry Science 53: 1745-1758, 1974.

"Menhaden Fish Meal, Dried Fish Solubles, Methionine, and Zinc Bacitracin in Diets of Young Turkeys", Potter, Shelton, and Pierson, Department of Animal and Poultry Sciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, Poultry Science 56: 1189-1200, 1977.

"A Study of the Methodologyfor Assaying Unidentified Growth Factor in Fish Meal and Fish Solubles", Miller and Soares, U.S. Department of Commerce, College Park, MD, Poultry Science 51: 1288-1291, 1972.

"Unidentified Factors in Turkey Nutrtion Affecting Hatchability and Progeny Growth", Touchburn, Chamberlin and Naber, Department of Poultry Science, Ohio Agriculture research and Development Center, Wooster, Ohio, Poultry Science 51: 96-103, 1972

"Crystalline Amino Acids Diets Supplemented with Gelatine, Sulfate, Methionine, and Fishery Products", David Miller, College Park Fishery Products technology Laboratory, College Park, MD, Poultry Science 53: 604-609, 1974.

 

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