lactoferrin


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lactoferrin

[¦lak·tō′fer·ən]
(biochemistry)
An iron-binding protein found in milk, saliva, tears, and intestinal and respiratory secretions that interferes with the iron metabolism of bacteria; in conjunction with antibodies, it plays an important role in resistance to certain infectious diseases.
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Lactoferrin, also present in colostrum, besides being responsible for the defense against microorganisms and viral infections, it acts as a nonenzymatic antioxidant because it binds to the iron generated during the destruction process or cellular inflammation, minimizing the synthesis of hydroxyl radicals (Vasconcelos et al., 2007).
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The lactoferrin in camel milk also had medicinal values such as antibacterial, antiviral and anti-tumor properties.
[ClickPress, Mon Mar 04 2019] Lactoferrin Supplements Market: Overview Lactoferrin is a glycoprotein present in cow and human milk and is used as a supplement as it offers various health benefits.
rapid tests for non-instrumental diagnosis (multi-test for fecal examination - gastrointestinal bleeding (antibodies to transferrin, calprotectin, lactoferrin in feces) 300 pcs.
The second group called minor proteins including Lactoferrin, Immunoglobulins Lactoperoxidase and Lysozyme.
The majority of colostrum's antiviral activity results from the collective action of its immunoglobulins, antibodies, lactoferrin, lactoperoxidase, and proline-rich polypeptides (PRPs).
The readout can help prevent food poisoning outbreaks by detecting Staphylococcal enterotoxins, while also predicting milk quality (Kappa Casein) and cow health (lactoferrin).
The researchers investigated the feasibility of lactoferrin, a highly bioactive protein found in saliva and milk, as a treatment for TSA.
Lactoferrin is present in human milk, tears, saliva and urine.Scientists from the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAV) and Medical University of Vienna discovered an unknown function of the protein lactoferrin present in human milk as well as in tears, saliva and urine.
The lactoferrin is primarily originated in neutrophils, which response to an acute inflammation [11, 12].