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Investigation of some relationships between administration of 4G- beta -D-galactosylsucrose (Lactosucrose, LS) and abdominal symptoms - Measurement of maximum non-effective dose






Denpun Kagaku = Journal for Starch and its Related Carbohydrates and Enzymes 40(1): 15-19

Investigation of some relationships between administration of 4G- beta -D-galactosylsucrose (Lactosucrose, LS) and abdominal symptoms - Measurement of maximum non-effective dose

LS is synthesized from sucrose + lactose using a beta -fructofuranosidase; it is slightly hydrolysed by mammalian digestive systems and is readily utilized by the bifidobacteria predominating in the human intestine. Effects of up to 0.8 g LS/kg bodyweight on faecal condition and abdominal symptoms were studied in 38 male and 46 female healthy volunteers.


Accession: 002416881



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