ABSTRACT: Deer constitutes an important animal in traditional Chinese medicine and most deer organs are used as medicines or nourishment in traditional Chinese medicine. The most valuable portion of deer is the antler. With the development of deer breeding in northeast China, many other deer organs are now harvested after the antler is collected. Deer protein is the valuable source for producing bioactive peptides, which have been defined as specific protein fragments that have a positive impact on health.
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