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- Voss, Glenise B.; Osorio, Hugo; Valente, Luísa M.P.; Pintado, Manuela E.
- Process biochemistry 2019 v.83 pp. 137-147
- Cynara cardunculus; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; autoclaving; blood pressure; dietary supplements; enzymatic hydrolysis; hydrolysates; hydrolysis; ingredients; inhibitory concentration 50; nutritive value; peptides; subtilisin
- ... Enzymatic hydrolysis of dried okara (autoclaved and non-autoclaved) with Alcalase (AL) and Cynara cardunculus extract (CY) was studied, assessing the impact of heat treatment and hydrolysis on potential antioxidant and antihypertensive activities of final hydrolysates. This study showed that the thermal treatment (sterilization at 121 °C, 1 atm and 15 min) facilitated the enzymatic access to subst ...
- Park, Sung Hee; Jo, Yeon-Ji
- Process biochemistry 2019 v.83 pp. 176-182
- anti-aging properties; antioxidant activity; antioxidants; bioavailability; collagen; collagenase; dietary supplements; enzyme inhibition; fish skin; fractionation; hot water treatment; humans; hydrolysates; hydrolysis; industry; ingredients; molecular weight; peptides; synergism; temperature; ultrafiltration
- ... Collagen, in a form suitable for human consumption, can be obtained from the large amounts of fish skin via protein hydrolysis to produce low-molecular-weight substances with enhanced bioavailability and function. To optimize this method, we investigated the synergistic effect of elevated temperature (150–250 °C) and pressure (350–3900 kPa) of a hydrothermal process on the hydrolytic ability and c ...