Effects of protamine hydrochloride from chum salmon milt on lipid metabolism in rats View Full Text


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2011-11

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Yoshinori Takahashi, Tatsuya Konishi, Hiroyuki Enari, Heon-sik Lee, Won Kyung Lee, Young Sun Lee, Hyoung Kook Park, Shigeru Yamamoto

ABSTRACT

Protamine is a basic protein whose sulfate is used in medical applications as a carrier for injectable insulin and as a heparin antagonist, while its hydrochloride is used as an antibacterial ingredient for some food products. We previously showed that protamine hydrochloride derived from chum salmon milt inhibited pancreatic lipase and reduced plasma triacylglycerol levels in an oral fat tolerance test in humans. The present study evaluated the effect of chum protamine hydrochloride on lipid metabolism in rats. The single oral administration of protamine hydrochloride (500 mg/kg) reduced plasma triacylglycerol levels in a corn oil tolerance test, and repeated oral administration at a dose of 0, 150, 500, or 1,500 mg/kg with a high fat diet for 7 weeks significantly reduced body weight gain, liver weight, and epididymal adipose tissue, whereas total calorie intakes were not significantly different. These findings could be caused by the suppression of lipid digestibility leading to a significant increase in fecal lipid excretion due to the fact that protamine hydrochloride could bind with bile acids to make a complex that is difficult to digest. Protamine hydrochloride, with a considerable history as food, can be considered to be promising as an anti-obesity functional food material. More... »

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1045-1052

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