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Cheese, Glycomacropeptide, and PKU: A Translational Research Story

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Denise Ney, PhD (bio)

February 24 2010

31 minutes

482 views

Denise Ney, PhD, talks about how an interdisciplinary, translational research project evolved into improved nutritional management of phenylketonuria. The whey protein glycomacropeptide is the only known dietary protein that contains only trace amounts of phenylalanine, the amino acid toxic to those with phenylketonuria.



Series:

Research Learning Series (UW ICTR)

Categories:

Biomedical Research, Nutrition

Tags:

Caseinomacropeptide, ICTR, Phenylketonurias, PKU
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