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Towards a new gliadin reference material-isolation and characterisation
Twenty-eight wheat cultivars representative of the three main European wheat producing countries, France, UK and Germany, were selected as a source for the preparation of a reference gliadin. OneExpand
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Mass spectrometry analysis of gliadins in celiac disease.
In recent years, scientific research on wheat gluten proteins has followed three main directions aimed at (1) finding relationships between individual genetic alleles coding for gliadins, high or lowExpand
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Peptides surviving the simulated gastrointestinal digestion of milk proteins: biological and toxicological implications.
Resistance to proteases throughout the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is a prerequisite for milk-derived peptides to exert biological activities. In this work an in vitro multi-step static model toExpand
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Identification of N‐linked glycoproteins in human milk by hydrophilic interaction liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry
Breastfeeding is now generally recognized as a critical factor in protecting newborns against infections. An important mechanism responsible for the antibacterial and antiviral effects of breast milkExpand
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Current perspectives and recommendations for the development of mass spectrometry methods for the determination of allergens in foods.
Allergen detection and quantification is an essential part of allergen management as practiced by food manufacturers. Recently, protein MS methods (in particular, multiple reaction monitoringExpand
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Transport across Caco-2 monolayers of peptides arising from in vitro digestion of bovine milk proteins.
The entire panel of peptides produced from caseins (CN) and whey proteins (WP) that survive in vitro sequential gastro-pancreatic digestion and translocate across monolayers of Caco-2 cells, used asExpand
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Role of intestinal brush border peptidases in the simulated digestion of milk proteins.
SCOPE This study aimed to assess the impact of the "often neglected" intestinal brush border membranes (BBMs) hydrolases on dietary peptides, exploring the possibility that the disintegration ofExpand
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Characterisation and cytomodulatory properties of peptides from Mozzarella di Bufala Campana cheese whey
Bioactive peptides are present in a latent state, encrypted within the amino acid sequence of milk proteins, requiring enzymatic proteolysis for their release. They can be produced byExpand
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Characterisation of S‐nitrosohaemoglobin by mass spectrometry
Recent studies have demonstrated the biological importance of the interaction of S‐nitrosothiols, which can be considered as nitric oxide (NO) protein donors, especially haemoglobin, at the level ofExpand
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Characterization of the Pattern of αs1- and β-Casein Breakdown and Release of a Bioactive Peptide by a Cell Envelope Proteinase from Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis CRL 581
ABSTRACT The cell envelope-associated proteinases (CEPs) of the lactobacilli have key roles in bacterial nutrition and contribute to the development of the organoleptic properties of fermented milkExpand
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