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Bioactive peptides: Production and functionality
Milk proteins exert a wide range of nutritional, functional and biological activities. Many milk proteins possess specific biological properties that make these components potential ingredients ofExpand
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Playability heuristics for mobile games
Expert evaluation is a widely used method for evaluating the usability of software products. When evaluating games, traditional usability heuristics lack comprehension and cannot be directly applied.Expand
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Milk-derived bioactive peptides: From science to applications
Abstract Milk proteins have received increasing attention as potential ingredients of health-promoting functional foods targeted at diet-related chronic diseases, such as cardiovascular disease,Expand
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Angiotensin I converting enzyme inhibitory peptides derived from bovine milk proteins
Abstract Milk whey and casein proteins were fermented with different lactic acid starters and digestive enzymes. ACE-inhibition activity was observed only after the digestion of proteins with pepsinExpand
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Bioactive peptides and proteins.
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on bioactive peptides and proteins. It reviews the current state of knowledge about the biological characteristics of the best-known dietary proteins derivedExpand
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Playability heuristics for mobile multi-player games
Multi-player games are engaging because of social interaction and competing with real players. Currently, many digital games are multi-player or have multi-player features. When evaluating theExpand
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Applying game achievement systems to enhance user experience in a photo sharing service
Achievement systems are reward structures providing additional goals for players, and thus extending the play time of videogames. In this paper, we explore how applications other than games couldExpand
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Playability and player experience research
As the game industry matures and games become more and more complex, there is an increasing need to develop scientific methodologies for analyzing and measuring player experience, in order to developExpand
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α-Lactorphin lowers blood pressure measured by radiotelemetry in normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats.
Abstract Cardiovascular effects of subcutaneous administration of synthetic α-lactorphin, a tetrapeptide (Tyr-Gly-Leu-Phe) originally derived from milk α-lactalbumin, were studied in consciousExpand
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It has been commonly acknowledged that the acceptance of a product depends on both its utilitarian and non-utilitarian properties. The non-utilitarian properties can elicit generally pleasurable andExpand
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