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> Bioactive Peptides Drive the Promising Functional Application
Chloe Mica
post Dec 17, 2015, 02:21 AM
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Research advances of current bioactive peptides have attracted increasing concerns in the medical community and these peptides could provide a new approach to utilize rapeseed protein adequately. In fact, bioactive peptides have been a research focus in medicine and food science field since putting forward of the oligopeptide assimilate theory and discovery of its biological activity.

At the same time, some scholars have put their focus on feed science field, trying to discover more effective clinical applications. This reviewed research advances in bioactive peptide especially in soybean peptides usually include practical theory and biological functions, as well as the applications in animal production. It is pointed out that the exploration and application of bioactive peptides is significant, which requires the close combination of varying chemical elements, such as acetyl hexapeptide 3 from Creative Peptides, amyloid beta, alloferon, and so on. The nucleic acid sequence capable of encoding the bioactive peptide and the recipe of the medicine prepared with the peptide could also play an important role.

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