Biologically active peptides of casein and lactotransferrin implicated in platelet function.

Abstract

Casein and other milk proteins in maternal colostrum and milk, the earliest food of the newborn, should not only be considered as a nutritional supply but also as a source of biologically active peptides. Some of them isolated from casein and lactotransferrin were active on platelet function. They inhibited both aggregation of ADP-treated platelets and… (More)

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