It's no wonder carnosine is referred to as the "antiaging dipeptide
Correlation between the stability of a protein and its dipeptide
composition: a novel approach for predicting in vivo stability from its primary structure.
A theoretical study of potassium cation binding to GG and AA dipeptides
The second aim was to investigate whether the DPP IV-mediated loss of the amino-terminal dipeptide
changes the susceptibility of human BNP to cleavage by human NEP.
, RG had effects similar to those of the tripeptide RGD.
Kazlauskas examined the binding of dipeptides
to carbonic anhydrase.
ANSWER: The enzymes of the stomach and small intestine which digest large protein molecules into smaller parts, like dipeptides
and amino acids, do not differentiate among protein from meat, fish, and poultry, protein from dairy products and eggs, and protein from plant sources.
Also noteworthy are reactions in which medium-sized ring dipeptides
gave bicyclic products by azeotropic distillation of water (Shemyakin et al.
The Power Of Whole-Cell Reaction: Efficient Production Of Hydropyroline, Sugar Nucleotides, Oligosaccharides, And Dipeptides
The toxic effects of Gln can be avoided by adding dipeptides
into the culture media for direct use by mammalian cells in vitro (Eagle, 1955).
Neuland researchers have also developed special methods to economically produce large quantities of high value peptide building blocks such as pseudoproline dipeptides
Using this information, his team successfully modified arginine-containing dipeptides
in order to limit their enzymatic hydrolysis in the upper layers of the epidermis.