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Fish protein hydrolysates are food ingredients with high nutritional and some health beneficial effects (see Section ). A diversity of studies dealing with the evaluation of functional properties of hydrolysates from seafood and fishery by-products has been performed, suggesting that amino acid composition and degree of hydrolysis are.
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