International Journal of Molecular Sciences – Special Issue – Olive Bioactives, Nutraceuticals and Health
Healthy olive trees, found around the Mediterranean Basin, and then almost worldwide, have an ancient talent, which has been partially recognized by biomolecular sciences. The secret is the complex and beautiful systems of dierent phytomolecules, such as olive bioactives (OBs). These relatively small biomolecules are significant for wellbeing and health practice of modern Homo edens (eating consumers).
This special issue will be dedicated to understanding how OBs are biosynthesized by using analytical and computational techniques. It will also be beneficial for identifying molecular structures, mechanisms, and functions, as well as the best manufacturing practices to enhance the level of OBs in food and health products to prevent various Homo edens diseases. Increasingly-popular OB-derived dietary supplements require establishing bioavailability, safe concentrations, and potential action on degenerative diseases.
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