Comparative structural, emulsifying, and biological properties of 2 major canola proteins, cruciferin and napin.

@article{Wu2008ComparativeSE,
  title={Comparative structural, emulsifying, and biological properties of 2 major canola proteins, cruciferin and napin.},
  author={Jianping Wu and Alister David Muir},
  journal={Journal of food science},
  year={2008},
  volume={73 3},
  pages={
          C210-6
        }
}
Canola is an economically important farm-gate crop in Canada. To further explore the potential of canola protein as value-added food and nutraceutical ingredients, a better understanding of fundamental properties of 2 major canola proteins is necessary. Two major protein components, cruciferin and napin, were isolated from defatted canola meal by Sephacryl S-300 gel filtration chromatography. SDS-PAGE showed that cruciferin consists of more than 10 polypeptides, and noncovalent links are more… CONTINUE READING
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