Liu, Qing, et al. “Rapid screening based on machine learning and molecular docking of umami peptides from porcine bone.” Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (2022). https://doi.org/10.1002/jsfa.12319
The traditional screening method for umami peptide, extracted from porcine bone, was labor-intensive and time-consuming. In this study, the rapid screening method and molecular mechanism of umami peptide was investigated.
This article showed that a more precisely rapid screening method with composite machine learning and molecular docking was used to screen the potential umami peptide from porcine bone. As reference, 24 reported umami peptides were predicated by composite machine learning, with the accuracy of 86.7%. In this study, potential umami peptide sequences from porcine bone were screened by UMPred-FRL, Umami-MRNN Demo, and molecular docking was used to provide further screening. Finally, nine peptides were screened and verified as umami peptides by this method: LREY, HEAL, LAKVH, FQKVVA, HVKELE, AEVKKAP, EAVEKPQS, KALSEEL and KKMFETES. The hydrogen bonding was deemed to be the main interaction force with receptor T1R3, and domain binding sites were Ser146, His121 and Glu277. The result demonstrated the feasibility of machine learning assisted T1R1/T1R3 receptor for rapid screening umami peptides. The screening method would not only adapt to screen umami peptides from porcine bone but possibly applied for other sources. It also provided a reference for rapid screening of umami peptides.
The manuscript lays a rapid screening method in screening umami peptide, and nine umami peptides from porcine bone were screened and identified. © 2022 Society of Chemical Industry.