Complementation of predigested proteins: a nutritionally and economically advantageous method of by-products utilization.

@article{Chvapil1980ComplementationOP,
  title={Complementation of predigested proteins: a nutritionally and economically advantageous method of by-products utilization.},
  author={Milos Chvapil and Judith B. Ulreich and Branden Hunter},
  journal={The Journal of nutrition},
  year={1980},
  volume={110 7},
  pages={1319-26}
}
Proteins were isolated from four animal by-products: bovine skin trimmings, sheep wool, whole bovine blood and inedible chicken carcass. These waste protein sources were digested and solubilized with nonspecific bacterial proteases. Commercial casein and isolated soybean protein were treated similarly. Partially digested proteins were characterized by some… CONTINUE READING