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Biological activities of bovine glycomacropeptide

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  09 March 2007

Ernest P. Brody*
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Land O'Lakes, Inc. PO Box 64101, St Paul MN 55164–0101, USA
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*Corresponding author: E. P. Brody, fax +1 651 481 2002, email ebrod@landolakes.com
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Biological activity of bovine κ-caseino glycomacropeptide (GMP) has received much attention in recent years. Research has focused on the ability of GMP to bind cholera and Escherichia coli enterotoxins, inhibit bacterial and viral adhesion, suppress gastric secretions, promote bifidobacterial growth and modulate immune system responses. Of these, protection against toxins, bacteria, and viruses and modulation of the immune system are the most promising applications.

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