BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Characterization and Identification of Cryptic Biopeptides in Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh K. Koch) Storage Proteins

Figure 2

Prediction of peptides with potential biological activity in nut storage proteins with their occurrence frequencies. Nut proteins: (1) Glutelin (44aa, superfamily Glutelin), (2) 11S legumin (505aa, superfamily Globulin), (3) 7S vicilin (784aa, superfamily Globulin), (4) 7S vicilin (792aa, superfamily Globulin), (5) Putative allergen I1 (143aa, superfamily Albumin), and (6) Putative 7S vicilin (102aa, superfamily Globulin). Biological activity: (A) angiotensin I-converting enzyme-inhibitory activity (antihypertensive), (B) antioxidant (C) protease inhibitor, (D) metabolic stimulant, (E) metabolic regulator, (F) neuropeptide, (G) antithrombotic, (H) hypotensive, (I) antianesthetic, (J) activation of ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis (AUMP), and (K) immunomodulant.

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