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ACE, renin, food oxidation inhibitory peptides and protein hydrolysates have been identified in seaweed.
Keywords: Protein hydrolysates, waste fish scales, antimicrobial activity, agar well diffusion method, FTIR spectroscopy
Only few studies have been conducted for evaluating the anti-oxidative capacity of protein hydrolysates or isolated peptides using cell cultures (Hernandez-Ledesma et al.
Peptides (ranging from 2 to less than 100 amino acid residues) with bioactive properties have been isolated from different protein hydrolysates obtained by enzymatic hydrolysis with protease.
2,3) A wide variety of protein hydrolysates found in hair products have been associated with inducing contact urticaria, particularly in patients with atopic dermatitis.
2016), evaluating the process of drying by atomization of protein hydrolysates of filleting residue (carcass, head and skin), found values of crude protein, total fat, humidity and ash of 44.
Chotikachinda R, Tantikitti C, Benjakul S, Rustad T, Kumarnsit E (2013) Production of protein hydrolysates from skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) viscera as feeding attractants for Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer).
2006, 2006b), which affirmed that the partial replacement of the intact vegetal protein with fish protein hydrolysates improves the growth and the feed efficiency of rainbow trout and Atlantic cod and supported the hypothesis that some of the small peptides have an essential role for biological development.
Zare-Zardini, "Antioxidant activity of protein hydrolysates and purified peptides from Zizyphus jujuba fruits," Journal of Functional Foods, vol.
Eight contributions examine functional properties of fish protein hydrolysates, antimicrobial peptides from fish, lipids from marine sources, and biodiesel production from fish oil, among other topics.
The familiar supplements for mammalian cell culture include variety of defined and undefined components such as human or bovine sera albumins, carbohydrates, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, lipids, buffers and proteins like growth factors and protein hydrolysates (7).
Johnson, Rheological properties of soy protein hydrolysates obtained from limited enzymatic hydrolysis.
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