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Identification of physiologically functional peptides in dairy products

Dionysius, D.A., Marschke, R.J., Wood, A.J., Milne, J., Beattie, T.R., Jiang, H., Treloar, T., Alewood, P. F. and Grieve, P. A. (2000) Identification of physiologically functional peptides in dairy products. Australian Journal of Dairy Technology, 55 (2). p. 103. ISSN 0004-9433

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A wide range of peptides produced from milk proteins have been demonstrated to produce a physiological response in model systems. These peptides may be released from intact proteins in the gastrointestinal tract by proteolytic digestion, but are also present in fermented products such as cheese and yogurt, as a result of the action of inherent proteases, such as plasmin, and/or bacterial proteases released by the starter culture. This study investigated the presence of peptides, previously reported to have bioactive properties, in commercially available yogurts and cheeses.

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Subjects:Animal culture > Cattle > Dairy processing. Dairy products
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