Soy Protein Detection in Raw and Cooked Meat Products Using Different ELISA Kits

@article{Karina2016SoyPD,
  title={Soy Protein Detection in Raw and Cooked Meat Products Using Different ELISA Kits},
  author={Cellerino Karina and L{\'o}pez Laura Beatriz},
  journal={Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={170}
}
  • Cellerino Karina, López Laura Beatriz
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Food and Nutrition Sciences
  • The aim of this study was to evaluate different ELISA kits for the detection of soy proteins in raw and cooked model systems (MS) added with soy protein concentrate 63% protein (SPC), and in commercial meat products. Nine bovine meat MS with 0-2000 ppm SPC, nine boneless ham cooked MS with 0-2000 ppm SPC and eight commercial meat products were analyzed. Three ELISA kits: Ridascreen® Fast Soya from R-Biopharm, Veratox® Quantitative Soy Allergen Test from Neogen and AgraQuant® Soy Assay from… CONTINUE READING

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