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Fructosyl-Valine Orally Administrated to Chickens is Absorbed from Gastrointestinal Tract

Amadori products are non-enzymatically formed by binding carbonyl groups and amino groups. Glycated amino acids generated by reacting amino acid and glucose are also in a group of Amadori products of which the transport and metabolism have been investigated mainly in mammals but not in avians. In th... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Poultry Science 2015, Vol.advpub(0)
Main Author: Takahashi, Natsuki
Other Authors: Kita, Kazumi
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Quelle: Japan Science and Technology Agency
ID: ISSN: 1346-7395 ; DOI: 10.2141/jpsa.0150001
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title: Fructosyl-Valine Orally Administrated to Chickens is Absorbed from Gastrointestinal Tract
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  • Takahashi, Natsuki
  • Kita, Kazumi
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  • Amadori Product
  • Fructosyl-Valine
  • Gastrointestinal Tract
  • Glycation
  • Oral Administration
  • Plasma Concentration
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description: Amadori products are non-enzymatically formed by binding carbonyl groups and amino groups. Glycated amino acids generated by reacting amino acid and glucose are also in a group of Amadori products of which the transport and metabolism have been investigated mainly in mammals but not in avians. In the present study, therefore, we examined whether dietary fructosyl-valine, which is one of the glycated amino acids, orally administrated to chickens can be incorporated into blood or not. Fructosyl-valine was orally administrated to the chicken and blood samples were collected at 0, 20, 40, 60,120 and 180 min after administration. Plasma concentration of fructosyl-valine was measured by using LC/MS. The plasma concentration of fructosyl-valine was increased by passing time from 0 to 180 min after administration, and no change was observed in controls. Conclusively, it was clarified that fructosyl-valine orally administrated to the chicken could be absorbed from gastrointestinal tract and incorporated into blood.
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identifier: ISSN: 1346-7395 ; DOI: 10.2141/jpsa.0150001
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abstractAmadori products are non-enzymatically formed by binding carbonyl groups and amino groups. Glycated amino acids generated by reacting amino acid and glucose are also in a group of Amadori products of which the transport and metabolism have been investigated mainly in mammals but not in avians. In the present study, therefore, we examined whether dietary fructosyl-valine, which is one of the glycated amino acids, orally administrated to chickens can be incorporated into blood or not. Fructosyl-valine was orally administrated to the chicken and blood samples were collected at 0, 20, 40, 60,120 and 180 min after administration. Plasma concentration of fructosyl-valine was measured by using LC/MS. The plasma concentration of fructosyl-valine was increased by passing time from 0 to 180 min after administration, and no change was observed in controls. Conclusively, it was clarified that fructosyl-valine orally administrated to the chicken could be absorbed from gastrointestinal tract and incorporated into blood.
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