A Review of the Latest Advances in Encrypted Bioactive Peptides from Protein-Rich Waste
AbstractBioactive peptides are considered the new generation of biologically active regulators that not only prevent the mechanism of oxidation and microbial degradation in foods but also enhanced the treatment of various diseases and disorders, thus increasing quality of life. This review article emphasizes recent advances in bioactive peptide technology, such as: (i) new strategies for transforming bioactive peptides from residual waste into added-value products; (ii) nanotechnology for the encapsulation, protection and release of controlled peptides; and (iii) use of techniques of large-scale recovery and purification of peptides aiming at future applications to pharmaceutical and food industries. View Full-Text
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Lemes, A.C.; Sala, L.; Ores, J.C.; Braga, A.R.C.; Egea, M.B.; Fernandes, K.F. A Review of the Latest Advances in Encrypted Bioactive Peptides from Protein-Rich Waste. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2016, 17, 950.
Lemes AC, Sala L, Ores JC, Braga ARC, Egea MB, Fernandes KF. A Review of the Latest Advances in Encrypted Bioactive Peptides from Protein-Rich Waste. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2016; 17(6):950.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lemes, Ailton C.; Sala, Luisa; Ores, Joana C.; Braga, Anna R.C.; Egea, Mariana B.; Fernandes, Kátia F. 2016. "A Review of the Latest Advances in Encrypted Bioactive Peptides from Protein-Rich Waste." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 17, no. 6: 950.
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