A Novel Enzymatic Method for Preparation and Characterization of Collagen Film from Swim Bladder of Fish Rohu (Labeo rohita)

  title={A Novel Enzymatic Method for Preparation and Characterization of Collagen Film from Swim Bladder of Fish Rohu (Labeo rohita)},
  author={Ramasamy Sripriya and Ramadhar Kumar},
  journal={Food and Nutrition Sciences},
A novel enzymatic method for extraction and preparation of fish collagen from swim bladder revealed the occurrence of α, β and γ bands with approximately 12.1 g/100g collagen corresponding to 89% of collagen and thus confirmed the nativity and purity of the fish collagen. FT-IR studies confirmed the retention of all three amide bands of I, II and III, and triple helixcity. UN-crosslinked and UV-crosslinked fish collagen membrane records a very high temperature of helix denaturation at 197℃ and… 

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