In Vitro and In Silico Antioxidant Activity of Novel Peptides Prepared from Paeonia Ostii ‘Feng Dan’ Hydrolysate

  title={In Vitro and In Silico Antioxidant Activity of Novel Peptides Prepared from Paeonia Ostii ‘Feng Dan’ Hydrolysate},
  author={Min Wang and Cong Li and Haoyu Li and Zibo Wu and Bang Chen and Yibo Lei and Yehua Shen},
Antioxidant peptides derived from natural products have superior performance and broader application prospects. In this study, five novel antioxidant peptides were prepared from Paeonia ostii (P. ostii) seed meal, moreover the bioactive and the relationship between structure and properties of antioxidant peptides were elucidated by quantum chemical calculations. The free radical-scavenging activities were used as indexes to purify and concentrate the antioxidant peptides through five proteases… Expand
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