Amadori & Maillard reaction derived peptides

Published on 10.08.2018

Find below derivatives of arginine and lysine bearing side chains as found in Maillard reaction products.

All derivatives are protected in a manner that they can immediately implemented into synthetic peptides and will, hence, serve in topics related to Advanced Glycation Endproducts (AGEs) and related research areas like aging in general, as well as health and diseases at different ages.

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