Studies on the Effect of Salts on the Channel Activity of Kissper, a Kiwi Fruit Peptide

@inproceedings{Meleleo2012StudiesOT,
  title={Studies on the Effect of Salts on the Channel Activity of Kissper, a Kiwi Fruit Peptide},
  author={Daniela Meleleo and Enrico Gallucci and Gabriella Notarachille and Cesare Sblano and Alessandra Schettino and Silvia Micelli},
  year={2012}
}
Fruits and vegetables are known to possess health benefits: indeed, they contain a large number of bioactive molecules with a positive impact on human health. Dietary proteins possess specific biological properties which make these components potential ingredients of functional or health-promoting foods. Many of these properties are attributed to physiologically-active peptides encrypted in protein molecules. Kissper, a 39-residue peptide isolated from kiwi fruit (Actinidia deliciosa), derives… CONTINUE READING

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