Functional and Bioactive Properties of Quinoa Seed Protein Hydrolysates

@inproceedings{Aluko2003FunctionalAB,
  title={Functional and Bioactive Properties of Quinoa Seed Protein Hydrolysates},
  author={Rotimi E Aluko and Emefa Angelica Monu},
  year={2003}
}
Quinoa protein concentrate was hydrolyzed with alcalase to obtain a hydrolysate that was fractionated by ultrafiltration using 10000and 5000-molecular-weight cutoff membranes. Functional properties of the protein concentrate, protein hydrolysate, and membrane permeates were compared at different pH values. Protein solubility of the hydrolysate and membrane permeates were significantly higher (P = 0.05) than that of the protein concentrate. The protein concentrate had a significantly higher (P… CONTINUE READING

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