Special Issue "Bioactive Compounds in the Prevention of Hypertension"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (10 February 2022) | Viewed by 10155
Interests: bioactive peptides; phenolic compounds; HPLC-MS; hypertension; metabolic syndrome; nutrigenomics
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Interests: phitochemicals; bioactive peptides; bioactive compounds characterization; antihypertensive activity; molecular biology
Nowadays, the leading cause of death worldwide is cardiovascular disease (CVD) and hypertension is one of their major risk factors, suffered by one in four adults. Therefore, the reduction of its prevalence is one of the global targets to be attained. Phytochemicals present in food and agri-food by-products such as phenolic compounds and bioactive peptides have shown to be effective for controlling blood pressure and, improving CVD. These antihypertensive compounds obtained from natural sources have emerged as an excellent alternative to synthetic drugs, and are highly demanded, and searched.
The aim of this special issue is to collect original research manuscripts, meta-analysis and reviews dealing with the beneficial effect of bioactive compounds on hypertension. We invite clinicians and researchers to submit relevant scientific work to this Special Issue. Original research manuscripts, both using human and animal models, focused on the search and evaluation of antihypertensive compounds from diets, as well as original products, extracts, and single molecules from plants, food and agri-food by-products will be considered. Moreover, the in vitro or in vivo studies to elucidate the involved mechanisms in the antihypertensive effect of different bioactive compounds will be also welcomed.
Dr. Begoña Muguerza
Dr. Francisca Isabel Bravo
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- Bioactive peptides
- Phenolic compounds
- ACE inhibition
- Endothelial function
- Cardiovascular disease
- Metabolic syndrome