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Themed collection International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides

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Review Article

Current knowledge of intestinal absorption of bioactive peptides

This review discusses the recent insights gathered on in vitro and in vivo absorption of peptides across intestinal membranes, into blood circulation.

Graphical abstract: Current knowledge of intestinal absorption of bioactive peptides
From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
Review Article

Molecular Targets and Mechanisms of Bioactive Peptides Against Metabolic Syndromes

From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
Review Article

The presence of food-derived collagen peptides in human body-structure and biological activity

While it was difficult to detect food-derived peptide in blood (A), recent advances enables identify them (B) and examine their biological activities.

Graphical abstract: The presence of food-derived collagen peptides in human body-structure and biological activity
From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
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Soy peptide aggregates formed during hydrolysis reduced protein extraction without decreasing their nutritional value

Insoluble peptide aggregates formed during hydrolysis were pepsin-resistant but could be well digested by pancreatin and exhibited good bioactivity.

Graphical abstract: Soy peptide aggregates formed during hydrolysis reduced protein extraction without decreasing their nutritional value
From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
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Moderation of hyperuricemia in rats via consuming walnut protein hydrolysate diet and identification of new antihyperuricemic peptides

Walnut-derived antihyperuricemic peptides were purified and identified based on decreasing serum uric acid level and inhibiting xanthine oxidase.

Graphical abstract: Moderation of hyperuricemia in rats via consuming walnut protein hydrolysate diet and identification of new antihyperuricemic peptides
From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
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Effect of cooking and simulated gastrointestinal digestion on the activity of generated bioactive peptides in aged beef meat

Ageing is widely used in the meat industry to improve tenderness mainly as a result of the breakdown of muscular proteins through the action of endopeptidases during storage time.

Graphical abstract: Effect of cooking and simulated gastrointestinal digestion on the activity of generated bioactive peptides in aged beef meat
From the themed collection: International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides
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About this collection

This collection, Guest Edited by Jianping Wu, features selected articles from the International Symposium on Bioactive Peptides, held in Hangzhou, China, May 26-27, 2017, and highlights the latest bioactive peptide research. Topics at the symposium covered bioactive peptides and human health; bioactive peptide preparation, absorption and metabolism; mechanisms of action of bioactive peptides and new bioactive peptides product development. New articles will be added to this collection as they are published.

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