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Consumption of a Resistant Protein, Sericin, Elevates Fecal Immunoglobulin A, Mucins, and Cecal Organic Acids in Rats Fed a High-Fat Diet1,2

A HF diet causes higher fecal secondary bile acids and lower cecal organic acid production (20,21) and is thought to elevate the risk of colon cancer and ulcerative colitis (22,23). [...] we tested if consumption of sericin has a favorable effect on intestinal luminal variables, including IgA, mucin... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Nutrition Nov 2011, Vol.141(11), pp.1975-81
Main Author: Okazaki, Yukako
Other Authors: Tomotake, Hiroyuki , Tsujimoto, Kazuhisa , Sasaki, Masahiro , Kato, Norihisa
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title: Consumption of a Resistant Protein, Sericin, Elevates Fecal Immunoglobulin A, Mucins, and Cecal Organic Acids in Rats Fed a High-Fat Diet1,2
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  • Tomotake, Hiroyuki
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  • Kato, Norihisa
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  • Cecum–Metabolism
  • Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay–Metabolism
  • Feces–Administration & Dosage
  • Immunoglobulin A–Administration & Dosage
  • Male–Administration & Dosage
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  • Cholesterol
  • Diet
  • Nutrition
  • Colorectal Cancer
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description: A HF diet causes higher fecal secondary bile acids and lower cecal organic acid production (20,21) and is thought to elevate the risk of colon cancer and ulcerative colitis (22,23). [...] we tested if consumption of sericin has a favorable effect on intestinal luminal variables, including IgA, mucins, fermentation, microflora, and secondary bile acids, in rats fed a HF diet. [...] our study provides evidence for a novel and prominent effect of dietary sericin as a resistant dietary protein on fecal IgA and mucins and on cecal organic acids in rats fed a HF diet.
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abstractA HF diet causes higher fecal secondary bile acids and lower cecal organic acid production (20,21) and is thought to elevate the risk of colon cancer and ulcerative colitis (22,23). [...] we tested if consumption of sericin has a favorable effect on intestinal luminal variables, including IgA, mucins, fermentation, microflora, and secondary bile acids, in rats fed a HF diet. [...] our study provides evidence for a novel and prominent effect of dietary sericin as a resistant dietary protein on fecal IgA and mucins and on cecal organic acids in rats fed a HF diet.
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