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Bioactive Peptides from Muscle Sources: Meat and Fish
AbstractBioactive peptides have been identified in a range of foods, including plant, milk and muscle, e.g., beef, chicken, pork and fish muscle proteins. Bioactive peptides from food proteins offer major potential for incorporation into functional foods and nutraceuticals. The aim of this paper is to present an outline of the bioactive peptides identified in the muscle protein of meat to date, with a focus on muscle protein from domestic animals and fish. The majority of research on bioactives from meat sources has focused on angiotensin-1-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory and antioxidant peptides.
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Ryan, J.T.; Ross, R.P.; Bolton, D.; Fitzgerald, G.F.; Stanton, C. Bioactive Peptides from Muscle Sources: Meat and Fish. Nutrients 2011, 3, 765-791.View more citation formats
Ryan JT, Ross RP, Bolton D, Fitzgerald GF, Stanton C. Bioactive Peptides from Muscle Sources: Meat and Fish. Nutrients. 2011; 3(9):765-791.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ryan, Joseph Thomas; Ross, Reynolds Paul; Bolton, Declan; Fitzgerald, Gerald F.; Stanton, Catherine. 2011. "Bioactive Peptides from Muscle Sources: Meat and Fish." Nutrients 3, no. 9: 765-791.
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