New York, USA – October 4, 2022 – Demonstrating competence in peptide R&D, production, and sales integration, the US-based chemical supplier Alfa Chemistry recently announced the launch of its peptide product line for researchers across the globe. After this move, a wide range of high-quality extracted peptides, including hydrolyzed protein peptides, fish collagen peptides, marine fish oligopeptides, oyster peptides, sea cucumber peptides, pea peptides, soy peptides, and walnut peptides can be easily obtained from Alfa Chemistry.
These newly released peptides are manufactured strictly in compliance with relevant regulations, including the national food production standards and the ISO22000 quality control system.
“Backed by the highest quality, our peptides have obtained the HALAL, MUI HALAL, ISO22000 (including HACCP), SGS, and KOSHER certifications,” said the Marketing Chief of Alfa Chemistry. “Owing to their outstanding performance in tissue penetration and high-affinity interactions with endogenous receptors, peptides have been among the most intensively studied biomolecules in food, beverage, liquid dairy products, medicine, and health care products.”
Being strategically advantageous in terms of potency, specificity, and safety, peptides may fill the gap between small molecular drugs and protein drugs as novel and promising therapeutic treatments.
Currently, the following extracted peptides are available at Alfa Chemistry:
Bioactive peptides extracted from soybeans exhibit a variety of functional and nutritional properties. Meanwhile, soy peptides, consisting of immunomodulatory, antioxidant, and hypocholesterolemic effects, are reported to be beneficial to diabetes, obesity, serum lipids, etc.
Alfa Chemistry supplies pea peptides with molecular weights of less than 1 kDa. These pea proteins/peptides can be utilized in food supplements, food emulsifiers, fortified beverages, and pharmaceutical applications.
Walnut peptides have been reported with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, and anti-hypertensive activities. Alfa Chemistry supplies walnut peptides with molecular weights of less than 1 kDa.
With rich glycine and proline, fish collagen peptides can help promote bone strength and stabilize blood sugar. Therefore, the past decade has witnessed an increased demand for fish collagen peptides in nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals, and pharmaceuticals.
Marine fish oligopeptide
Marine fish proteins and peptides exhibit a wide range of antioxidant, antimicrobial, and anticancer effects. Marine fish oligopeptides with molecular weights of less than 1 kDa are extracted from cod fish and can be used in food, health care, cosmetics industries, etc.
Oyster peptides can help regulate blood lipids, inhibit platelet aggregation, relieve hyperglycemia, improve immunity, as well as protect and promote liver metabolism.
Sea cucumber peptide
In utilizing the enzyme hydrolysis technology, large proteins of sea cucumbers can be hydrolyzed into small molecular peptides. These sea cucumber peptides are more easily absorbed and consist of strong anti-aging, anti-fatigue, and anti-tumor effects. Alfa Chemistry supplies sea cucumber peptides as raw materials for food and health care productions.
All peptides are obtained via the extraction of natural products with no additives, added colors, nor odors. Meanwhile, small molecular weights are preferred for more efficient absorption. “Low viscosity even at high concentration, our peptides with high thermal stability are applicable for a wide range of pH applications. Furthermore, we also provide customized synthesis solutions to tailor client requirements.”
For further questions or technical data, please visit the website https://www.alfa-chemistry.com/products/peptide.html.
About Alfa Chemistry
As a chemical supplier that has a customer focus, Alfa Chemistry constantly intensifies its efforts to expand related supplies and offerings. Thanks to the hard work, a diversified range of chemicals and materials, including but not limited to surfactants, ionic liquids, functional polymers, MOFs, polymer-stabilizers, pheromones, organic silicons, semiconductor materials, reagents, and graphenes, is now readily available for researchers worldwide.