tripeptide

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tri·pep·tide

 (trī-pĕp′tīd)
n.
A peptide containing three amino acids.
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PLS method is applied for prediction of antioxidant activity of tripeptides [18].
Dietary protein is hydrolyzed by digestive proteases to absorbable constituents, including dipeptides, tripeptides, and amino acids.
Organic nitrogen: in the form of proteins, peptides, tripeptides and free amino acids that are part of the cells from yeast (see "Nitrogen-Containing Compounds in Yeast Cells").
The formula also contains retinol to improve surface cell turnover; copper tripeptides to help revitalize and protect skin; hyaluronic acid to hydrate, improve the skin barrier and replenish skin; and shea butter to promote elasticity to visibly firm and hydrate skin.
A salmon protein hydrolysate (SPH) has been developed which contains several angiotensin I-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitory tripeptides.
Consumption of Lactobacillus helveticus fermented milk that contained the bioactive tripeptides isoleucylprolyl-proline and valyl-prolyl-proline was shown to be effective in reducing arterial stiffness in hypertensive patients with small to moderate effects.
Diand tripeptides are transported into the intestinal epithelial cells, along with hydrogen ions, via the PepT1 transporter.
Furthermore, dairy tripeptides such as valine-prolyl-proline (VPP) and isoleucine-proline-proline (IPP) from cultured dairy products have been shown to be vascular-healthy.
More recently, emerging research also suggests non-plant ingredients such as conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and some dairy-derived tripeptides have potential clinical importance (26), and marine extracts of glucosamine and chondroitin may benefit osteoarthritis symptoms (27,28).
Then there's diand tripeptides extracted from rice to revitalise and oxygenate skin cells, and finally there are skin sculpting particles to reflect light rays, highlighting your good bits and hollowing out undesirable curves.