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Purification and Properties of Extracellular Phytase from Bacillus sp. KHU-10
Bacillus species producing a thermostable phytase was isolated from soil, boiled rice, and mezu and increased markedly at the late stationary phase, and was very specific for sodium phytate and showed no activity on other phosphate esters.
Antioxidant activities of five different mulberry cultivars in Korea
Feather-degrading Bacillus species from poultry waste
Antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of propolis from several regions of Korea
Characterization of a Keratinolytic Serine Protease from Bacillus subtilis KS-1
A keratinolytic enzyme produced by Bacillus subtilis KS-1 isolated from poultry waste was purified and characterized using ultrfiltration, DEAE-Sephadex, and SephadeX G-100 chromatographies, which suggest that the cleavage of the disulfide bonds with reducing agents can occur directly or by excretion of sulfite, which causes the sulfitolysis of the Disulfide Bonds.
Physical and sensory characteristics of fibre-enriched sponge cakes made with Opuntia humifusa
A comparison between high hydrostatic pressure extraction and heat extraction of ginsenosides from ginseng (Panax ginseng CA Meyer).
- Hyunji Lee, Hyunji Lee, H. Suh
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of the science of food and agriculture
- 1 June 2011
High hydrostatic pressure extraction (HHPE) used for red ginseng processing contributes to enhanced extraction efficiencies of functional materials such as ginsenosides through cell structure modification.
Identification of the lactic acid bacteria in Kimchi according to initial and over-ripened fermentation using PCR and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis
The results of this study show that the analysis with cultureindependent 16S rRNA gene clone libraries could successfully identify 134 clones, 11 species, including Weissella, Lactobacillus, Pediococcus, and Leuconostoc from the 6 commercial kimchi samples.
Hypocholesterolemic effect of hot-water extract from mycelia of Cordyceps sinensis.
The results indicate that HW in rats administered a cholesterol-enriched diet decreased the plasma cholesterol level, and the changes in HDL- and VLDL+LDL-cholesterol levels consequently decreased the atherogenic value.