Peptidomics as a tool for characterizing bioactive milk peptides.

@article{Giacometti2017PeptidomicsAA,
  title={Peptidomics as a tool for characterizing bioactive milk peptides.},
  author={Jasminka Giacometti and Alena Bureti{\'c}-Tomljanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={230},
  pages={91-98}
}
Food peptidomics is a sub-field of proteomics that focuses on the composition, interactions, and properties of bioactive peptides present in different food matrices. The milk peptidome is considered a valuable source of a number of biologically active peptides. Increasing use of peptidomic techniques-including the application of high-resolution techniques, such as mass spectrometry-has led to enhancements of our knowledge regarding the health benefits of dairy products, as well as improved… CONTINUE READING

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