The mechanism of collagen formation is a complex process. But by learning it we will be able to better understand the importance of collagen for our body, but also the multiple benefits of hydrolyzed collagen.
Initially, genetic information is "read" encoded (transcription process) in DNA and "translated" (translation process) to produce single chains of polypeptides (α-chains).
Each polypeptide chain has a terminal sequence of peptides, also known as a trimerization domain. This region leads to the synthesis of polypeptide chains for the formation of pro-collagen molecules.
Finally, the terminal peptides are cleaved during the maturation process to form collagen.
In other words: The greater the activation of fibroblasts, the more collagen our body produces! The greater the activation of fibroblasts, the more collagen our body produces!