Special Issue "Bioactive Carbohydrates and Peptides"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2014).
Interests: novel technologies
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Bioactive compounds are a heterogeneous group of substances found in all foods, thus constituting an important component of the human diet. Consumption of food rich in bioactives has been reported to protect against some degenerative diseases that affect humans. Bioactive carbohydrates and peptides have attracted considerable interest among researchers and consumers due to their biofunctional and technofunctional properties. Extraction, isolation and characterization of bioactive carbohydrates and peptides from new matrices (e.g. marine bioresources), underutilized plants and food processing waste, provide an opportunity to source bioactive carbohydrates and peptides as a functional ingredient.
This Special Issue will focus on various aspects of extraction, isolation, characterization and application of bioactive carbohydrates and peptides from various sources, including novel and existing sources. This Special Issue therefore invites original, unpublished research and review contributions on:
- Biochemical and biofunctional properties of bioactive carbohydrates and peptides.
- Impact of processing and extraction technologies on properties.
- Recent advances in analytical and extraction techniques for bioactive carbohydrates and peptides.
- Novel industrial and nutraceutical applications of bioactive carbohydrates and peptides.
- High throughput screening bioactive carbohydrates and peptides from novel marine bioresources, underutilized plants and food processing waste.
- Structure—functional relationship, biochemical pathway and degradation mechanisms.
Dr. Brijesh Tiwari
Manuscript Submission Information
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- bioactive carbohydrates
- bioactive peptides
- marine bio-resources
- extraction technologies
- functional properties and characterization