Peptide Fractions Obtained from Rice By-Products by Means of an Environment-Friendly Process Show In Vitro Health-Related Bioactivities

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Recently, the isolation of new health-related bioactive molecules derived from agro-food industrial by-products by means of environment-friendly extraction processes has become of particular interest. In the present study, a protein by-product from the rice starch industry was hydrolysed with five commercial proteolytic enzymes, avoiding the use of solvents… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0170954

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@inproceedings{Ferri2017PeptideFO, title={Peptide Fractions Obtained from Rice By-Products by Means of an Environment-Friendly Process Show In Vitro Health-Related Bioactivities}, author={M. Ferri and J{\"{u}rgen Graen-Heedfeld and Karlheinz Bretz and Fabien Guillon and Elisa Michelini and Maria Maddalena Calabretta and Matteo Lamborghini and Nicol{\`o} Gruarin and Aldo Roda and Axel Kraft and Annalisa Tassoni}, booktitle={PloS one}, year={2017} }