University of Limerick
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|As last author||79|
Alice B Nongonierma(52)
Brian A. Murray(12)
Nora M O'Brien(10)
Martina B O'Keeffe(10)
Solène Le Maux(9)
Yvonne C O'Callaghan(8)
Pádraigín A Harnedy(8)
Aoife L McCarthy(8)
Charles O Piggott(7)
Phil M. Kelly(6)
Ian B. O'Loughlin(5)
Denis C. Shields(4)
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|Ireland -> Teagasc -> PubMed||7|
|Ireland -> University College Cork||9|
|Ireland -> University College Cork -> PubMed||8|
|Ireland -> University College Dublin||6|
|Ireland -> University College Dublin -> PubMed||4|
|Ireland -> University of Limerick||94|
|Ireland -> University of Limerick -> PubMed||54|
A glutamine-rich peptide preparation and foodstuffs containing them the preparation having at least 28 % peptide bound glutamine and a gel permeation profile with least 90 % of the peptides having a molecular weight below 3 kilodaltons. The preparation may have at leave 31 % peptide bound glutamine and suitably less than 1 % of molecules with a molecular weight greater than 10 kilodaltons. The preparation may have less than 1.50 % free pyroglutamate and shows heat stability when heated to about 80 DEG C for about 10 minutes. A process for the preparation of a glutamine-enriched peptide product comprising hydrolysing a substrate selected from gluten, glutenin or gliadin with an alkaline proteinase enzyme derived from Bacillus licheniformis is also described.
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