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Proteins of white lupin seed, a naturally isoflavone-poor legume, reduce cholesterolemia in rats and increase LDL receptor activity in HepG2 cells.

Journal Title:
Journal of nutrition.
Journal Volume/Issue:
2004 Jan., v. 134, no. 1
Main Author:
Sirtori, C.R.
Other Authors:
Lovati, M.R., Manzoni, C., Castiglioni, S., Duranti, M., Magni, C., Morandi, S., D'Agostina, A., and Arnoldi, A.
Format:
Article
Language:
English
Subjects:
rats
animal models
Lupinus albus
isoflavones
globulins
receptors
hypercholesterolemia
low density lipoprotein
cholesteremic effect
seeds
protein content
regulatory proteins
hepatocytes
cell lines
humans
human diseases
diet-related diseases
View in NAL's Catalog:
IND43642461