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5'-nucleotidase, cytosolic III

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Papers on Lupin
Legume seeds and colorectal cancer revisited: Protease inhibitors reduce MMP-9 activity and colon cancer cell migration.
Ferreira et al., Lisbon, Portugal. In Food Chem, May 2016
Lupin seeds contain the most efficient MMP-9 inhibitors of all legume seeds analyzed, inhibiting both gelatinases and HT29 migration and growth, while pea seeds showed no effect.
Common and divergent shoot-root signalling in legume symbioses.
Reid et al., Hobart, Australia. In New Phytol, Jan 2016
UNASSIGNED: The role of shoot-root signals in the control of nodulation and arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) development were examined in the divergent legume species pea and blue lupin.
Structural basis of the lack of endo-glucanase inhibitory activity of Lupinus albus γ-conglutin.
Duranti et al., Milano, Italy. In Plant Physiol Biochem, Dec 2015
UNASSIGNED: Lupin γ-conglutin and soybean BG7S are two legume seed proteins strongly similar to plant endo-β-glucanases inhibitors acting against fungal GH11 and GH12 glycoside hydrolase.
Synchrotron-Based Techniques Shed Light on Mechanisms of Plant Sensitivity and Tolerance to High Manganese in the Root Environment.
Kopittke et al., Cincinnati, United States. In Plant Physiol, Nov 2015
In solution culture, greater than or equal to 30 µm Mn decreased the growth of soybean (Glycine max), but white lupin (Lupinus albus), narrow-leafed lupin (Lupin angustifolius), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus) grew well at 100 µm Mn.
Isolated Conglutin γ from Lupin, but not Phytate, Lowers Serum Cholesterol Without Influencing Vascular Lesion Development in the ApoE-deficient Mouse Model.
Stangl et al., Halle, Germany. In Plant Foods Hum Nutr, Jun 2015
Conglutin γ and phytate are considered as potential biofunctional compounds of lupin protein isolate, but their impact on vascular health is unknown.
Nutritional, Health and Technological Functionality of Lupin Flour Addition to Bread and Other Baked Products: Benefits and Challenges.
S K et al., Bentley, United Kingdom. In Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr, Mar 2015
UNASSIGNED: Lupin is an undervalued legume despite its high protein and dietary fiber content and potential health benefits.
Lupin peptone as a replacement for animal-derived peptone in rich culture media for yeast.
Macreadie et al., Australia. In J Microbiol Methods, Feb 2015
Lupin peptone was shown to be a suitable replacement for traditional bacteriological peptone in the culture of Candida glabrata, Candida albicans and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Metabolic Adaptations of White Lupin Roots and Shoots under Phosphorus Deficiency.
Zörb et al., Stuttgart, Germany. In Front Plant Sci, 2014
White lupin (Lupinus albus L.) is highly adapted to phosphorus-diminished soils.
RNA-Seq Analysis of the Expression of Genes Encoding Cell Wall Degrading Enzymes during Infection of Lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) by Phytophthora parasitica.
Hardham et al., Canberra, Australia. In Plos One, 2014
RNA-Seq analysis has shown that over 60% (12,962) of the predicted transcripts in the Phytophthora parasitica genome are expressed during the first 60 h of lupin root infection.
Effect of different debittering processes on mineral and phytic acid content of lupin (Lupinus albus L.) seeds.
Bilgiçli et al., Konya, Turkey. In J Food Sci Technol, 2014
Lupin is a valuable ancient legume which contains high amount of protein, dietary fiber, oil, minerals and different functional components.
Fiber, protein, and lupin-enriched foods: role for improving cardiovascular health.
Belski, Melbourne, Australia. In Adv Food Nutr Res, 2011
Lupin flour is a novel food ingredient derived from the endosperm of lupin.
Lupin allergy: a hidden killer at home, a menace at work; occupational disease due to lupin allergy.
Yates et al., High Wycombe, United Kingdom. In Clin Exp Allergy, 2010
The products of the flowering plant, lupin, are increasingly used as a human food product, particularly in baking.
Lupin allergy: a hidden killer in the home.
Gamboa et al., Pamplona, Spain. In Clin Exp Allergy, 2010
This review addresses the problem of lupin sensitization in the home environment.
[Sweet lupin--a new food allergen].
Lammintausta et al., Turku, Finland. In Duodecim, 2009
Lupin, a legume with good nutritional value, is used in food production today, most often in bakery products.
[Allergenicity of lupin flour].
Guérin et al., In Allerg Immunol (paris), 2002
Lupin flour is used in human food for its high quality nutritional and functional qualities.
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