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Characterization of an antithrombotic peptide from α-casein in newborn plasma after milk ingestion

  • Beathice Chabance (a1), Pierre Jollès (a1), Carmen Izquierdo (a1), Elisabeth Mazoyer (a2), Christine Francoual (a3), Ludovic Drouet (a2) and Anne-Marie Fiat (a1)...

Abstract

Bovine and human k-caseinoglycopeptides, two antithrombotic peptides derived from the corresponding k-caseins, were detected in physiologically active concentrations in the plasma of 5-d-old newborn infants after ingestion of cow's-milk-based formula or human milk respectively. It is suggested that these two bioactive peptides are released from milk proteins during digestion.

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Characterization of an antithrombotic peptide from α-casein in newborn plasma after milk ingestion

  • Beathice Chabance (a1), Pierre Jollès (a1), Carmen Izquierdo (a1), Elisabeth Mazoyer (a2), Christine Francoual (a3), Ludovic Drouet (a2) and Anne-Marie Fiat (a1)...

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