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The biological activities of a protein isolate from lupin (Lupinus albus) were studied in a rabbit model of atherosclerosis. Focal plaque development was induced at both common carotid arteries by perivascular injury. After surgery, animals were fed three different diets for 90 d, all with 1 % cholesterol, 15 % SFA and 20 % protein; the protein source was casein (CAS), lupin proteins (LUP) or 50 % CAS þ 50 % LUP (CAS þ LUP). Lower cholesterolaemia was detected in the LUP v. the CAS group at 60doi:10.1017/s000711450894215x pmid:18315889 fatcat:x5kv4k5gojduxhqyv77yrpbxfm