Peptidomics study of anthocyanin-rich juice of elderberry, by Hanzhi Wu a,b,c, MitchC.Johnson b,c, Chi-HuaLu c,d, KevinL.Fritsche c,d, Andrew L.Thomas c,e, YongquanLai a, ZongweiCai a,n, C.Michael Greenlief b,c,nn

Biologically active peptides play a role in plant signaling and defense. Elderberry juice is known to contain a variety of anthocyanin compounds, a sub-set of polyphenols, which are responsible for the deep purple color of the juice. More than 1000 peptides present in elderberry juice were identified.
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