Preparation of hypocholesterol peptides from soy protein and their hypocholesterolemic effect in mice

@article{Zhong2007PreparationOH,
  title={Preparation of hypocholesterol peptides from soy protein and their hypocholesterolemic effect in mice},
  author={F. Zhong and Jian‐Miao Liu and J. Ma and C. Shoemaker},
  journal={Food Research International},
  year={2007},
  volume={40},
  pages={661-667}
}
The yield and in vitro hypocholesterolemic activity of low-molecular weight soy protein hydrolysates were studied. The yield and cholesterol micellar solubility inhibitory rate (CMSIR) were higher for soy protein Alcalase hydrolysates (SAPH) than soy protein AS1398 hydrolysates (SNPH). The highest CMSIR of 48.6% was found with SAPH with a degree of hydrolysis (DH) of 18%. Optimal parameters for desalting SAPH with macroporous adsorption resin DA201-C were decided to be pH 4.5, SAPH dispersion… Expand
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