Aspartame: Physiology and Biochemistry

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CRC Press, 13 ביוני 1984 - 670 עמודים
This book summarizes the research that resulted in aspartame's approval as a food additive as well as related topics regarding its function as a potential sweetening agent. It complies specific issues relating to human consumption of aspartame.
 

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Discovery of Aspartame
3
An Overall Perspective
11
Absorption of Peptides Amino Acids and Their Methylated
29
Aspartate and Glutamate Metabolism
53
Phenylalanine Metabolism
77
Methanol Metabolism and Toxicity
111
Aspartame Metabolism in Animals
163
Daily Ingestion of Aspartic Acid
201
Neuropathology Studies Following Aspartame Ingestion by Infant
363
Behavioral Testing in Rodents Given Food Additives
379
Developmental Assessment of Infant Macaques Receiving Dietary
405
Pathology Issues
447
Possible Neurohormonal Effects of Aspartame Ingestion
481
Chronic Ingestion of Aspartame in Humans
495
Acute Dosing Studies
509
Aspartame Ingestion During Pregnancy
555

Comparisons of Taste Properties of Aspartame with
207
Implications for the Food Scientist
247
Role of Sugar and Other Sweeteners in Dental Caries
263
PRECLINICAL STUDIES
289
Chronic Feeding Studies with Aspartame and Its Diketopiperazine
307
Assessment of Potential
321
AspartateInduced Neurotoxicity in Infant Mice
349
Aspartame Ingestion by Human Infants
579
Aspartame Ingestion by Phenylketonuric Heterozygous
593
Interactions of Aspartame and Glutamate Metabolism
607
Aspartame Use by Persons with Diabetes
633
Index
655
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