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Subcritical water hydrolysis of sugar beet pulp towards production of monosaccharide fraction
Sugar beet pulp represents one of the most abundant by-product in food industry in terms of underexploited opportunities and amounts produced. In order to produce added-value product from this lignocellulosic material, ...
Hydrophilic interaction chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry as a method for simultaneous determination of guanidinoacetate and creatine
The biosynthesis of creatine (Cr) is closely related to the bioavailability of guanidinoacetate (GAA). The lack of one or the other may compromise their role in the energy transport and cell signaling. A reliable estimate ...
Eco-innovative technologies for extraction of proteins for human consumption from renewable protein sources of plant origin
Background: The need for renewable and sustainable sources of proteins is growing. Diets containing more plant protein are increasing due to several reasons: the negative environmental impacts of animal protein production, ...
Hempseed meal protein isolates prepared by different isolation techniques. Part I. physicochemical properties
Protein isolates from hemp seed meal were prepared using alkaline extraction/isoelectric precipitation (HPI) and micellization (HMI) procedures and compared in terms of their physicochemical properties and functionality. ...
Hempseed meal protein isolates prepared by different isolation techniques. Part II. gelation properties at different ionic strengths
The effect of isolation technique and sodium chloride level (0, 50, 300 mM, at pH 7.0) on gelation of hemp protein isolates was investigated. The aqueous dispersions (30% w/w) prepared from micelle (salt extracted) protein ...