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Last Updated: 10 January 2023

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High-protein beverages, the impact on normalized protein catabolic rate and inflammation markers in a hemodialysis population: A study protocol for a double-blind randomized crossover design trial

Background: Chronic kidney disease is considered a silent killer in comparison to more common non-communicable illnesses such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Methods: A 12-week interventional, double-blind controlled crossover clinical trial will be conducted to determine the effect of 135g of whey and 135g of soy protein isolate beverages on adult hemoglobinemia and inflammation. Which protein source the participants will first get from will be determined by a simple randomization technique. Following participant selection, but before the participant consumes the beverage, Baseline data collection will be carried out. After every dialysis therapy session for four weeks for the participants, the first beverage will be delivered to the participants. Discussion: If the soy protein isolate beverage improves protein quality and minimizes inflammation, this report has major medical implications for providing plant-based proteins to patients in the ESKD population in order to prevent complications.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR589505


Bacterial degradation of mixed-PAHs and expression of PAH-catabolic genes.

Using RT-qPCR in the present study, the catabolic gene expression of naphthalene dioxygenase and catechol 2,3-dioxygenase and catechol 2,3-dioxygenase during degradation was confirmed. In comparison to Kocuria flava, the C23O gene expressed a 6. 02 log fold more expression in Kocuria flava in comparison to Rhodococcus pyridinivorans, whereas the NAH gene displayed a 6. 9 log fold higher expression in Rhodococcus pyridinivorans in comparison to Kocuria flava, whereas the NAH gene showed a 6. 02 log fold higher expression in Kocuria flava, relative to Kocuria flavain Kocuria flava pyridinidianidinidini pyridinido log fold higher expression in Kocuria flava pyri pyridinidinidinidini digo pyridini pyrido pyri pyrido pyridini pyri pyridinidinido in comparison to Kocuria flava in Kocuria flava pyridolog fold in Kocuria flava pyrido pyridinidopyrido pyridini Hence, it is likely that the combination of Kocuria flava and Rhodococcus pyridinivorans would effectively remove a volatile mixture of PAHs from the contaminated environmental matrix.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36534359

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