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Effect of soluble collagen hydrolysate from Prionace glauca skin in the expression of human fibroblast collagen

AuthorsSánchez, Ana Cristina ; Correa, Begoña ; Blanco Comesaña, M. ; Ramos, Patricia ; Pérez Martín, Ricardo Isaac ; González Sotelo, Carmen
Issue Date2015
CitationWEFTA Meeting 2015
AbstractSeafood discards and by-products represent a management and environmental problem for the fishery industry. In last European CFP (UE)1380/2013 regulation, stakeholders are encouraged to find alternative uses for these discards and subproducts different from direct human consumption. One potential for these materials is obtaining high value-added products such as proteins with technological properties (collagen and gelatins), peptides with functional properties (antimicrobial activities, antioxidant, antiproliferative and anti-hypertensive) or hemo-pigments (myoglobin).
Description1 póster presentado al 5TH Trans-Atlantic Fisheries Technology Conference (45th) WEFTA Meeting
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