Bird's Nest Research

Scientific studies and findings

Research

CHUA YG, CHAN SH, BLOODWORTH CHEN B, FONG SYL, LEONG LP.


Identification of edible bird's nest with amino acid and monosaccharide analysis. EBN were revealed to be rich in protein and essential amino acids as well as contain a wider varitety of monosaccharides than most food items.

GHASSEM M, ARIHARA K, MOHAMMADI S, ABDULLAH N S, BABJI A S.


Identification of two novel antioxidant peptides from edible bird's nest (Aerodramus fuciphagus) protein hydrolysates. "...EBN protein hydrolysates are a good source of natural antioxidants and could be applied as nutraceutical compounds."

ZHANG Y, MUSTAPHA I, ISMAIL M, ISMAIL N, HOU Z.


Edible bird's nest attenuates procoagulation effects of high-fat diet in rats. EBN has been reported to improve dyslipidemia, which is closely linked to hypercoagulation states. "...potential for lowering the risk of cardiovascular disease-related hypercoagulation due to hypercholesterolemia.

HU Q, LI G, YAO H, HE S, LI H, LIU S, WU Y, LAI X.


Edible bird's nest enhances antioxidant capacity and increases lifespan in Drosophila Melanogaster. EBN can extend lifespan, decrease mortality rate and increase survival rate in heat-stress test. "...attributing to the increasing antioxidant enzyme activities and decreasing content of lipid peroxidation products...

ABDULLAH A A, YIMER N, MD Z, HARON A W, YUSOFF R, MOHAMMED A, ALMHANAWI B H.


Edible bird's nest impact on rats' uterine histomorphology, expressions of genes of growth factors and proliferating cell nuclear antigen, and oxidative stress level. EBN increased the antioxidant (AO) and total AO capacities and reduced the oxidative stress levels...

ALBISHTUE A, YIMER N, MD Z, HARON A W, BABJI A S, ABUBAKAR A, AMHANAWI B H.


Effects of EBN on embryo implantation, plasma concentrations of reproductive hormones, and uterine expressions of genes of PCNA, steroids, growth factors and their receptors in rats. "...EBN enhances fertility and embryo implantation rate via promoting proliferation...

HAGANI A, MEHRBOD P, SAFI N, KADIR F, ABDUL R O, IDERIS A.


Edible bird's nest modulate intracellular molecular pathways of influenza A virus infected cells. "...supplementary medication or alternative to antiviral agents to inhibit influenza infections. Evidently, EBNs can be a promising antiviral agent..."

HOU ZP, TANG SY, JI HR, HE PY, LI YH, DONG XL, DU MN, ISMAIL M, HE WJ.


Edible bird's nest attenuates menopause-related bone degeneration in rats via increasing bone estrogen-receptor expression. "...safe alternative to hormone replacement therapys...

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