Well, it never happens in the same way. Different laboratories conducted research on collagen at its molecular level. They observed the repeatability of the processes of triple helix dissimulation, but the chemists examining Polish fish collagen until 2012 did not manage to define any rule governing the process of its breakdown. What is known that the collagen triple helix dissimulates into single helices, the helices break down into peptides, and some of the peptides even break down into single amino acids. However, the process doesn’t have any recurrent patterns of any kind, which is quite peculiar, as collagen has the most regular patterns of amino acid chains of all proteins. Because of the instability of this process, we have until now, only been able to produce a product that must be kept in a cool environment.
Because we have developed a way to preserve collagen in triple helix form that is heat resistant, we can now offer it to general market rather than specific niche that required refrigeration of the product.