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OTHER WORDS FROM collagencol·lag·e·nous [kuh-laj-uh-nuhs], /kəˈlædʒ ə nəs/, adjective
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Fudge and Kruppa agree that it’s also worth considering supplemental protein, amino acids, and collagen.
There is also collagen powder derived from fish or cowhide, which can increase skin, joint, bone, and gut health.
When you bite into a piece of meat you encounter fats, connective tissue like collagen, that juice dripping down your chin … it’s all part of the sensory experience.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended”|Katie McLean|December 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
The newly analyzed bone residue also does not include collagen.
Stones presumably used a long time ago to break fresh mastodon bones should have picked up residue containing at least some collagen.
At one point, I was encased in a jelly-green-tea collagen mask, which was awesome.
Because “human-engineered collagen” is clearly the path to a better sex life.
As goatskins are so tight fibred, a longer liming and a greater loss of collagen is permissible than with most pelts for chrome.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett
By boiling with water, dilute acids or dilute alkalies, collagen is split up into gelatin or glutin.Principles and Practice of Fur Dressing and Fur Dyeing|William E. Austin