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Global thrombosis test for assessing thrombotic status and efficacy of antithrombotic diet and other conditions.
Genistein inhibits chondrogenic differentiation and mineralization of ATDC5 cells
Effects of Collagen Peptide Administration on Visceral Fat Content in High-Fat Diet-Induced Obese Mice.
Are all wines made from various grape varieties beneficial in the prevention of myocardial infarction and stroke?
Effects of administration of glucosamine and chicken cartilage hydrolysate on rheumatoid arthritis in SKG mice.
A point-of-care global thrombosis test measuring occlusion time and endogenous lysis time may indicate thrombotic status.
Shear rate-dependent thrombosis/fibrinolysis tests using non-anticoagulated blood could be useful in the prevention of thrombotic disorders.
Effects of a chicken collagen hydrolysate on the circulation system in subjects with mild hypertension or high-normal blood pressure.
Administration of biotin prevents the development of insulin resistance in the skeletal muscles of Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty rats.
Energy expenditure during 2-day trail walking in the mountains (2,857 m) and the effects of amino acid supplementation in older men and women.
Chicken Collagen Hydrolysate-derived Peptides Inhibit Tumor Necrosis Factor-α-induced Inflammatory Response in Endothelial Cells
Chicken collagen hydrolysate protects rats from hypertension and cardiovascular damage.
Absorption and effectiveness of orally administered low molecular weight collagen hydrolysate in rats.
Antithrombotic papain-hydrolyzed peptides isolated from pork meat.
Chicken breast attenuates high-intensity-exercise-induced decrease in rat sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ handling.
Effect of dietary vegetable and animal proteins on atherothrombosis in mice.
Consumption of pork-liver protein hydrolysate reduces body fat in Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty rats by suppressing hepatic lipogenesis.
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