PREPARATION OF RAPESEED PROTE.lN ISOLATES. Dissolution and Precipitation Behavior of Rapeseed Proteins.

@inproceedings{Gillberg1976PREPARATIONOR,
  title={PREPARATION OF RAPESEED PROTE.lN ISOLATES. Dissolution and Precipitation Behavior of Rapeseed Proteins.},
  author={Lars Ingemar Gillberg and Bertil Toernell},
  year={1976}
}
The dissolution of nitrogen and phosphorus containing substances from defatted rapeseed, and the subsequent precipitation of these substances by acid was studied. The dissolution of the substances of interest was found to vary in a complicated manner with the pH of extraction. This was especially true for the dissolution of inositol hexaphosphoric acid (phytic acid) and the other phosphorus containing substances. The presence of phytic acid in the protein extracts strongly affected the nitrogen… CONTINUE READING

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