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Generation of ACE inhibitory dipeptides by pork muscle dipeptidyl peptidases I and III
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The proteolytic action of dipeptidyl peptidases I and III along the processing of dry-cured ham can generate dipeptides which, some of them, are able to considerably inhibit the activity of angiotensin-I converting enzyme. This could help to maintain an adequate systolic blood pressure even if dry-cured ham is present in the diet. This would be specially positive for hypertensive population from countries like Spain, having great tradition in consumption of dry-cured meat products, I3P contract from the European Social Fund and by a Marie Curie grant (MERG-CT-2004-510652) from European Commision
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Sentandreu, Miguel Angel, Toldrá Vilardell, Fidel
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Publisher :  American Meat Science Association     Type :  Presentación     Format :  94494 bytes, 2459 bytes, application/pdf, text/plain    
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2008-02-25, 2008-02-25, 2005-08-07
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Angiotensis Converting Enzyme Inhibitors, Dipeptidyl peptidases
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