Research Article

Substitution of Soy Protein for Casein Prevents Oxidative Modification and Inflammatory Response Induced in Rats Fed High Fructose Diet

Figure 5

Immunoblots and representative graphs of JNK and IKKβ. Lane 1: S + CA, Lane 2: S + SP, Lane 3: F + CA, and Lane 4: F + SP. F + CA group shows increased phosphorylation of (a) JNK and (b) IKKβ compared to the starch fed counterparts. Soy protein substitution for casein (F + SP group) reduced the protein abundance of inflammatory kinases. Values are means ± SD ( ). Bars with different symbols denote significance ( ) with respect to the starch fed counterparts.