Original paper

Structure and function of a novel antioxidant peptide from the skin of tropical frogs

Volume: 115, Pages: 68 - 79
Published: Feb 1, 2018
Abstract
The amphibian skin plays an important role protecting the organism from external harmful factors such as microorganisms or UV radiation. Based on biorational strategies, many studies have investigated the cutaneous secretion of anurans as a source of bioactive molecules. By a peptidomic approach, a novel antioxidant peptide (AOP) with in vitro free radical scavenging ability was isolated from Physalaemus nattereri. The AOP, named antioxidin-I,...
Paper Details
Title
Structure and function of a novel antioxidant peptide from the skin of tropical frogs
Published Date
Feb 1, 2018
Volume
115
Pages
68 - 79
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