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Peptides are low molecular weight proteins with multiple roles, both in vertebrate and invertebrate organisms, where they are also an essential part of the defense system…

NBG’s research team, together with several leading research centres in the biotechnology sector, is working to obtain various types of bioactive peptides such as natural antimicrobial peptides (AMPs).

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Bioactive
peptides

Peptides are low molecular weight proteins with multiple roles, both in vertebrate and invertebrate organisms, where they are also an essential part of the defense system…

NBG’s research team, together with several leading research centres in the biotechnology sector, is working to obtain various types of bioactive peptides such as natural antimicrobial peptides (AMPs).

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Bioactive
peptides

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