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Effect of Dietary Protein Quantity and Source on Anti-tumor Immunity in the Rat (1992)

Title:

Effect of Dietary Protein Quantity and Source on Anti-tumor Immunity in the Rat

Key words:

casein, soy, wheat, protein, aflatoxin

Research Institution:

Cornell University

Location:

New York

Researcher:

Rodney R Dietert

Project Description:

Dr. Dietert studied the effects of different types of protein (casein from milk, vegetable protein from soy and wheat) in varying amounts on anti-tumor immunity to aflatoxin-induced carcinogenesis.

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