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Table 2 Anti-oxidative activity of peptides purified from fish skin

From: Biological activity of peptides purified from fish skin hydrolysates

Species Radical scavenging activity (μg/mL) Peptide sequence Reference
DPPH Hydroxyl (HO•) ABTS
Thornback ray 1980 AVGAT Lassoued et al. (2015)
Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) 8.82 μM 7.56 μM DPALATEPDMPF Ngo et al. (2010)
Horse Mackerel (Magalaspis cordyla) 72.3% 51.2% NHRYDR Sampath Kumar et al. (2012)
Crocker (Otolithes ruber) 79.6% 56.8% GNRGFACRHA Sampath Kumar et al. (2012)
Hoki (Johnius belengerii) 156.2 μM HGPLGPL Mendis et al. (2005b)
Blue leatherjacket (Navodon septentrionalis) 405 179 GSGGL Chi et al. (2015)
194 89 GPGGFI
118 73 FIGP
Seabass (Lates calcarifer) 81.41* GLFGPR Sae-Leaw et al. (2017)
2.59* VLGPF
Jumbo squid (Dosidicus gigas) FDSGPAGVL Mendis et al. (2005a)
Amur sturgeon 5380 890 8 PAGT Nikoo et al. (2015)
Cod (Gadus microcephalus) TCSP, TGGGNV Ngo et al. (2011)
Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) 4.61 EGL Zhang et al. (2012)
6.45 YGDEY
Pacific cod Iron-chelating activity GPAGPHGPPGKDGR, AGPHGPPGKDGR, AGPAGPAGAR Wu et al. (2017)
  1. *Units in millimole TE per millimole peptide