Chains of amino acids; often portions of a protein molecule
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Chains of amino acids that can function as neurotransmitters or hormones.
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Peptides are chains of amino acids that can be short, medium or long chained( also termed small and large). Whole proteins are made up of a variety of peptides bonded together. The process of digestion breaks down these bonds, by a sequence of enzymes, allowing the gut to absorb them into the bloods...
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Peptides are amides derived from two or more amino acids (the same or different) linked by peptide bonds. These bonds are formed by the reaction between adjancent carboxyl (-COOH) i amino (-NH2) groups with the elimination of water.
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chains of amino acids which make up collagen in the skin. Latest thinking suggests they have a collagen- boosting effect when applied topically.
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Any member of a class of compounds of low molecular weight which yield two or more amino acids on hydrolysis. Formed by loss of water from the nh2 and cooh groups of adjacent amino acids, they are known as di-, tri-, tetra- (etc.) peptides, depending on the number of amino acids in the molecule. Pep...
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[journal] Peptides is a monthly, peer reviewed, scientific journal published by Elsevier. It was established in 1980 and is edited by Abba Kastin (Pennington Biomedical Research Center). Publishing formats of this journal are original research articles, short communications (2 to 6 pages), a...
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1) Chains of amino acids
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