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000084586 245__ $$aContinuous monitoring of enzymatic whey protein hydrolysis. Correlation of base consumption with soluble nitrogen content
000084586 269__ $$a1994
000084586 260__ $$c1994
000084586 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000084586 520__ $$aThe optimization of enzymatic protein hydrolysis often represents a tedious task due to complicated analytical methods. The simplest system of continuous analysis consists of monitoring the base consumption during a pH-controlled reactor operation. However, there are other criteria commonly used for characterizing the extent of protein hydrolysis, comprising the degree of hydrolysis (DH) and the SN-TCA index, that is the fraction of nitrogen soluble in trichloroacetic acid under well-defined conditions. Taking the SN-TCA index, expressed in terms of the so-called fraction of non-protein nitrogen NPN, as an example, it is shown that these criteria may be correlated with base consumption. The advantages and limitations of this method are discussed.
000084586 700__ $$aMargot, A.
000084586 700__ $$aFlaschel, E.
000084586 700__ $$g106205$$aRenken, A.$$0240078
000084586 773__ $$j29$$tProcess Biochemistry$$k4$$q257-262
000084586 8564_ $$uhttps://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/84586/files/94_Margot_ProcessBiochem.pdf$$zn/a$$s562432
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