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Research topic Researcher(s) Publication Date / Issue
No.
Interactive effects of milk basic protein supplements and habitual physical activity on bone health in older women: A 1-year randomized controlled trial Aoyagi Y,
Park H,
Park S,
Yoshiuchi K,
Kikuchi H,
Kawakami H,
Morita Y,
Ono A,
and Shephard RJ
Int. Dairy J. Vol.20
pp.742-730
2010
Milk basic protein increases bone mineral density and improves bone metabolism in healthy young women. Uenishi, K,
Ishida, H,
Toba, Y,
Aoe, S,
Itabashi, A,
Takada, Y
Osteoporos. Int. Vol.18
pp.385-390
2007
Identification of angiogenin as the osteoclastic bone resorption-inhibitory factor in bovine milk. Morita Y,
Matsuyama H,
Serizawa A,
Takeya T,
and Kawakami H
Bone Vol.42
pp.380-387
2007
Assessment of the potential allergenicity of a Milk Basic Protein fraction. Goodman RE,
Taylor SL,
Yamamura J,
Kobayashi T,
Kawakami H,
Kruger CL,
and Thompson GP
Food Chem. Toxicol. Vol.45
pp.1787-1794
2007
Safety evaluation of a milk basic protein fraction Kruger CL,
Marano KM,
Morita Y,
Takada Y,
Kawakami H,
Kobayashi T,
Sunaga M,
Furukawa M,
and Kawamura K
Food Chem. Toxicol. Vol.45
pp.1301-1307
2007
A controlled trial of the effect of milk basic protein (MBP) supplementation on bone metabolism in healthy menopausal women Aoe S,
Koyama T,
Toba Y,
Itabashi A,
and Takada Y
Osteoporos. Int. Vol.16
pp.2123-2128
2005
Cystatin C in Milk Basic Protein(MBP) and Its Inhibitory Effect on Bone Resorption in Vitro


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Matsuoka Y,
Serizawa A,
Yoshioka T,
Yamamura J,
Morita Y,
Kawakami H,
Toba Y,
Takada Y,
and Kumegawa M
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. Vol.66
pp.2531-2536
2002
Milk Basic Protein(MBP) Increases Radial Bone Mineral Density in Healthy Adult Women


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Yamamura J,
Aoe S,
Toba Y,
Motouri M,
Kawakami H,
Kumegawa M,
Itabashi A,
and Takada Y
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. Vol.66
pp.702-704
2002
Milk Basic Protein Promotes Bone Formation and Suppresses Bone Resorption in Healthy Adult Men


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Toba Y,
Takada Y,
Matsuoka Y,
Morita Y,
Motouri M,
Hirai T,
Suguri T,
Aoe S,
Kawakami H,
Kumegawa M,
Takeuchi A,
and Itabashi A
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. Vol.65
pp.1353-1357
2001
Controlled Trial of the Effects of Milk BasicProtein(MBP) Supplementation on Bone Metabolism in Healthy Adult Women


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Aoe S,
Toba Y,
Yamamura J,
Kawakami H,
Yahiro M,
Kumegawa M,
Itabashi A,
and Takada Y
Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem. Vol.65
pp.913-918
2001
The effects of Milk Basic Protein (MBP) on bone metabolism improvement:Findings from controlled trials on healthy adult women


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Itabashi A,
Department of Oral Anatomy,
Meikai University School of Dentistry
Informational magazine: Contemporary Health Digest
Published by Snow Brand Milk Products Co.,
Health and Nutrition Institute
Vol.16
No.2
Apr.2001
The effects of Milk Basic Protein (MBP) on bone metabolism improvement: Findings from tests using cell culture and animal models


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Kumegawa M,
Department of Oral Anatomy,
Meikai University School of Dentistry
Information magazine: Contemporary Health Digest
Published by Snow Brand Milk Products Co., Health and Nutrition Institute
Vol.16
No.1
Feb.2001
Milk basic protein: a novel protective function of milk against osteoporosis Toba Y,
Takada Y,
Yamamura J,
Tanaka M,
Matsuoka Y,
Kawakami H,
Itabashi A,
Aoe S,
and Kumegawa M
Bone Vol. 27
pp.403-408
2000
Milk basic protein enhances the bone strength in ovariectomized rats Kato K,
Toba Y,
Matsuyama H,
Yamamura J,
Matsuoka Y,
Kawakami H,
Itabashi A,
Kumegawa M,
Aoe S,
and Takada Y
J. Food Biochem. Vol. 24
pp.467- 476
2000
Bovine milk kininogen fragment 1·2 promotes the proliferation of osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells Yamamura J,
Takada Y,
Goto M,
Kumegawa M,
and Aoe S
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. Vol. 269
pp.623-632
2000
High mobility group-like protein in bovine milk stimulates the proliferation of osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells Yamamura J,
Takada Y,
Goto M,
Kumegawa M,
and Aoe S
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. Vol. 261
pp.113-117
1999
Whey protein suppresses the osteoclast-mediated bone resorption and osteoclast cell formation Takada Y,
Kobayashi N,
Matsuyama H,
Kato K,
Yamamura J,
Yahiro M,
and Aoe S
Int. Dairy Journal Vol. 7
pp.821-825
1997
Whey protein stimulates the proliferation and differentiation of osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells Takada Y,
Aoe S,
and Kumegawa M
Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. Vol. 223
pp.445-449
1996
A simple method to assess osteoclast-mediated bone resorption using unfractionated bone cells Takada Y,
Kusuda M,
Hiura K,
Sato T,
Mochizuki H,
Nagao Y,
Tomura M,
Yahiro M,
Hakeda Y,
Kawashima H,
and Kumegawa M
Bone and Mineral Vol. 17
pp.347-359
1992

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