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Effect of Bioavailable Whey Peptides on C2C12 Muscle Cells

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Teagasc Food Research Centre, Moorepark, Fermoy, Co., Cork P61C996, Ireland
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School of Food and Nutritional Science, University College Cork, Cork P61C996, Ireland
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Presented at Natural Products and the Hallmarks of Chronic Diseases—COST Action 16112, Luxemburg, 25–27 March 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 11(1), 35; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2019011035
Published: 29 April 2019
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Abstract

Whey proteins are highly valued food ingredients. This study examines the health benefits to muscle cells of six individual whey peptides known to cross the intestinal barrier. Results indicate that peptides KVPQ, NLPPL, VAGT, VGIN and PVPQ protect undifferentiated C2C12 myoblasts from free radical damage.
Keywords: whey peptides; bioavailable; free radicals; C2C12 cell line whey peptides; bioavailable; free radicals; C2C12 cell line
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Knowles, S.; Gilmartin, S.; Arranz, E.; O’Brien, N.; Giblin, L. Effect of Bioavailable Whey Peptides on C2C12 Muscle Cells. Proceedings 2019, 11, 35.

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