Bioactive Peptides from Food
Sources, Analysis, and Functions
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A growing body of scientific evidence has revealed that many food peptides exhibit specific biological activities in addition to their established nutritional value. Bioactive peptides present in foods may help reduce the worldwide epidemic of chronic diseases that account for a great number of premature deaths annually. Bioactive peptides can be defined as isolated small fragments of proteins which provide some physiological health benefits. They act as potential modifiers reducing the risk of many chronic diseases.
Bioactive Peptides from Food: Sources, Analysis, and Functions considers fundamental concepts, sources, hydrolysis, fractionation, purification, analysis, chemical synthesis, functions, and regulatory status of nutraceutical bioactive peptides. Methods of isolation of these peptides from different protein sources with their in vitro and vivo physiological effects are addressed. Divided into seven sections, this book delves into how these peptides play a major role in the development of various functional foods. Numerous bioactive peptides have been reported in recent years as naturally present or generated from food proteins of different origins like milk, eggs, soya, fish, and meat.
- Includes a detailed study of the different sources of bioactive peptides
- Discusses the health benefits, such as antimicrobial, antiallergic, antihypertensive, antitumor, and immunomodulatory properties of peptides
- Explorates the state of the art analysis methods of peptides
- Discovers the bioinformatics of possible bioactive peptides
Written by experts in their field from around the world, Bioactive Peptides from Food reveals the world of databases of peptides. It is a great resource for food scientists, technologists, chemists, nutrition researchers, producers, and processors working in the whole food science and technology field as well as those who are interested in the development of innovative functional products.
Table of Contents
Bioactive Peptides: Bioactive Peptides: An Overview. Sources of Bioactive Peptides from Algae. Meat. Dairy Products. Seafood. Cereals. Soybean. Bioactive Peptides in Pulses. Other Non-Conventional Sources. Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Proteins. Chemical Hydrolysis. Fermentation Process: The Factory of Bioactive PeptidesOther Processes. Fractionation and Purification of Bioactive Peptides. Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS) Analysis of Bioactive Peptides Bioinformatics Analysis. Chemical Synthesis of Peptides. Antihypertensive Activity. Bioactive Peptides in Neurodegenerative Diseases. Antimicrobial Activity. Opioid ActivityImmunomodulating Activity. Cytomodulatory Activity. Other Biological Functions. Regulatory Status of Bioactive Peptides.
Leo M. L. Nollet earned an MS (1973) and PhD (1978) in biology from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. He is an editor and associate editor of numerous books. He edited for M. Dekker, New York—now CRC Press of Taylor & Francis Publishing Group—the first, second, and third editions of Food Analysis by HPLC and Handbook of Food Analysis. The last edition is a two-volume book. Dr. Nollet also edited the Handbook of Water Analysis (first, second, and third editions) and Chromatographic Analysis of the Environment, third and fourth editions (CRC Press). With F. Toldrá, he coedited two books published in 2006, 2007, and 2017: Advanced Technologies for Meat Processing (CRC Press) and Advances in Food Diagnostics (Blackwell Publishing—now Wiley). With M. Poschl, he coedited the book Radionuclide Concentrations in Foods and the Environment, also published in 2006 (CRC Press). Dr. Nollet has also coedited with Y. H. Hui and other colleagues on several books: Handbook of Food Product Manufacturing (Wiley, 2007), Handbook of Food Science, Technology, and Engineering (CRC Press, 2005), Food Biochemistry and Food Processing (first and second editions; Blackwell Publishing—now Wiley—2006 and 2012), and the Handbook of Fruits and Vegetable Flavors (Wiley, 2010). In addition, he edited the Handbook of Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Quality, first and second editions (Blackwell Publishing—now Wiley—2007 and 2012). From 2008 to 2011, he published five volumes on animal product-related books with F. Toldrá: Handbook of Muscle Foods Analysis, Handbook of Processed Meats and Poultry Analysis, Handbook of Seafood and Seafood Products Analysis, Handbook of Dairy Foods Analysis (2nd edition in 2021), and Handbook of Analysis of Edible Animal By-Products. Also, in 2011, with F. Toldrá, he coedited two volumes for CRC Press: Safety Analysis of Foods of Animal Origin and Sensory Analysis of Foods of Animal Origin. In 2012, they published the Handbook of Analysis of Active Compounds in Functional Foods. In a coedition with Hamir Rathore, Handbook of Pesticides: Methods of Pesticides Residues Analysis was marketed in 2009; Pesticides: Evaluation of Environmental Pollution in 2012; Biopesticides Handbook in 2015; and Green Pesticides Handbook: Essential Oils for Pest Control in 2017. Other finished book projects include Food Allergens: Analysis, Instrumentation, and Methods (with A. van Hengel; CRC Press, 2011) and Analysis of Endocrine Compounds in Food (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011). Dr. Nollet’s recent projects include Proteomics in Foods with F. Toldrá (Springer, 2013) and Transformation Products of Emerging Contaminants in the Environment: Analysis, Processes, Occurrence, Effects, and Risks with D. Lambropoulou (Wiley, 2014). In the series Food Analysis & Properties, he edited (with C. Ruiz-Capillas) Flow Injection Analysis of Food Additives (CRC Press, 2015) and Marine Microorganisms: Extraction and Analysis of Bioactive Compounds (CRC Press, 2016). With A.S. Franca, he coedited Spectroscopic Methods in Food Analysis (CRC Press, 2017), and with Horacio Heinzen and Amadeo R. Fernandez-Alba he coedited Multiresidue Methods for the Analysis of Pesticide Residues in Food (CRC Press, 2017). Further volumes in the series Food Analysis & Properties are Phenolic Compounds in Food: Characterization and Analysis (with Janet Alejandra Gutierrez-Uribe, 2018), Testing and Analysis of GMO-containing Foods and Feed (with Salah E. O. Mahgoub, 2018), Fingerprinting Techniques in Food Authentication and Traceability (with K. S. Siddiqi, 2018), Hyperspectral Imaging Analysis and Applications for Food Quality (with N.C. Basantia, Leo M.L. Nollet, Mohammed Kamruzzaman, 2018), Ambient Mass Spectroscopy Techniques in Food and the Environment (with Basil K. Munjanja, 2019), Food Aroma Evolution: During Food Processing, Cooking, and Aging (with M. Bordiga, 2019), Mass Spectrometry Imaging in Food Analysis (2020), Proteomics in Food Authentication (with S. Ötleş, 2020), Analysis of Nanoplastics and Microplastics in Food (with K.S. Siddiqi, 2020), Chiral Organic Pollutants, Monitoring and Characterization in Food and the Environment (with Edmond Sanganyado and Basil K. Munjanja, 2020), Sequencing Technologies in Microbial Food Safety and Quality (with Devarajan Thangardurai, Saher Islam, Jeyabalan Sangeetha, 2021), and Nanoemulsions in Food Technology: Development, Characterization, and Applications (with Javed Ahmad, 2021).
Semih Ötleş, M.Sc, Ph.D.
A native of Izmir, Turkey, Professor Otles obtained his B.Sc. degree from the Department of Food Engineering (Ege University) in 1980. During his assistantship at Ege University, in 1985, he received a M.S. in Food Chemistry, and in 1989, after completing his thesis research on the instrumental analysis and chemistry of vitamins in foods he received a Ph.D. in Food Chemistry from Ege University. In 1991-92, he completed postdoctoral training on meat proteins including OECD – Postdoctoral Fellowship, in the Research Center Melle at Gent University, Belgium. Afterword, he joined the Department of Food Engineering at Ege University as a scientist of Food Chemistry, being promoted to Associate Professor in 1993 and to Professor in 2000. He was Vice Dean at Engineering Faculty (2003-2009), Head of the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics (2008-2011), and Vice Rector in Ege University (2012-2016). The research activities of Professor Otles have been focused on instrumental methods of food analysis. Otles began a series of projects on the separation and instrumental analysis techniques, first for analysis of vitamins in foods, then protein chemistry, carbohydrates, carotenoids, proteomics, and most recently bioactive peptides. Other activies span the fields of instrumental food analysis like UPLC, GC, GC/MS, LC/MS/MS analysis, hyphenated techniques, soy chemistry, aromatics, medical & functional foods and nutraceutical chemistry. Included are multiresidue analysis of various foods, n-3 fatty acids in fish oils, and medical & functional foods.