Peptides from Fish By-product Protein Hydrolysates and Its Functional Properties: an Overview

@article{ZamoraSillero2018PeptidesFF,
  title={Peptides from Fish By-product Protein Hydrolysates and Its Functional Properties: an Overview},
  author={Juan Zamora-Sillero and Adem Gharsallaoui and C. Prentice},
  journal={Marine Biotechnology},
  year={2018},
  volume={20},
  pages={118-130}
}
The inadequate management of fish processing waste or by-products is one of the major problems that fish industry has to face nowadays. The mismanagement of this raw material leads to economic loss and environmental problems. The demand for the use of these by-products has led to the development of several processes in order to recover biomolecules from fish by-products. An efficient way to add value to fish waste protein is protein hydrolysis. Protein hydrolysates improve the functional… Expand
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