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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil and Protein

2008-08-14 Abstract. The effects of two commercial endoproteases (Protex 6L and Protex 7L, Genencor Division of Danisco, Rochester, NY, USA) on the oil and protein extraction yields from extruded soybean flakes during enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction

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Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein

The emphasis of this study was to investigate the effect of enzymes on aqueous extraction of canola (Brassica napus L.) seed oil and protein.Four enzymes, Protex 7L, Multifect Pectinase FE, Multifect CX 13L, and Natuzyme, were tested for their effectiveness in releasing oil and protein during aqueous extraction.

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds

Table 1 lists the enzymes used in earlier research. In terms of the dispersion structure, Sineiro et al. reported that aqueous extraction resulted in oil droplets with spherical shapes in the case of sunflower oil. However, with the use of enzymes, the oil aggregates possessed different shapes with less structured and irregular cell wall surface.

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Protein and oil recoveries from enzyme-assisted aqueous

Protein and oil recoveries from enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of soybeans and sunflower seed Kerry Alan Campbell Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at:https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd Part of theBiological Engineering Commons, and theChemical Engineering Commons

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil and Protein

A novel method using ethanol and ultrasound to extract oil from cream obtained from enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of soybean oil was developed. To evaluate the relationships between operating

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Peanut Oil

ABSTRACT: Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from oilseeds is a relatively recent technique. In the present study, peanut oil was extracted under optimized aqueous extraction conditions

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Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of peanut oil

Abstract. Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from oilseeds is a relatively recent technique. In the present study, peanut oil was extracted under optimized aqueous extraction conditions using Protizyme ™, which is predominantly a mixture of acid, neutral, and alkaline proteases.The optimal conditions were: enzyme concentration of 2.5% (w/w) in 10 g of peanut seeds, pH 4.0, 40°C, and

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Two‐Stage Countercurrent Enzyme‐Assisted Aqueous

Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is an increasingly viable alternative to hexane extraction of soybean oil. Although considered an environmentally friendly technology where edible oil and protein can be simultaneously recovered, this process employs much water and produces a significant amount of protein‐rich aqueous effluent (skim).

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Combined effect of ohmic heating and enzyme assisted

This research describes a new technological process for soybean oil extraction. The process deals with the combined effect of ohmic heating and enzyme assisted aqueous oil extraction process (EAEP) on enhancement of oil recovery from soybean seed. The experimental process consisted of following

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ENZYME ASSISTED EXTRACTS Anti Aging Extracts

Moreover, it is also beneficial to the simultaneous extraction of oils and proteins (Jiang et al.2010; Hanmoungjai et al.2002. Latif and Anwar (2011) used enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction to obtain oil and protein from sesame seeds using a mixture of enzymes. This extraction technique not only enhanced the yield of oil but also improved the

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Two‐Stage Countercurrent Enzyme‐Assisted Aqueous

Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is an increasingly viable alternative to hexane extraction of soybean oil. Although considered an environmentally friendly technology where edible oil and protein can be simultaneously recovered, this process employs much water and produces a significant amount of protein‐rich aqueous effluent (skim).

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Lipid

An improved lipid extraction process has been established for microalgal using enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP), which mainly involved in sonication and enzyme treatment. As compared to cellulase, neutral protease and alkaline protease, significantly higher lipid recovery was achieved by snailase and trypsin. The highest lipid recovery of 49.82% was obtained by a combined

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发布位置:Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 2012Kehong Liang Qinghua Zhang Wei Cong关于:Biodiesel

Aqueous enzymatic sesame oil and protein extraction

2011-03-15 Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction (EAAE) appears to be effective for achieving simultaneous oil and protein extraction from sesame seed. This process may prove to be an environment-friendly alternative to conventional solvent extraction. The enzyme cost is the major drawback of the EAAE, and can be compensated by selection of some commercial

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Protein and oil recoveries from enzyme-assisted

Aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soybeans has the potential to achieve oil extraction yields comparable to hexane extraction without the environmental or safety concerns associated with hexane. The economic viability of this novel process depends upon maximizing the yield of free oil as well the development of a cost effective, high yielding method of recovering protein values in the

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Protein Recovery from Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction

Protein Recovery from Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Soybean Oil Kerry A. Campbell, Ramon Morales Chabrand, and Charles E. Glatz, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Iowa State University Introduction Because of the high transportation cost of

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil and Protein

End Page : 995 Publisher : Berlin/Heidelberg : Springer-Verlag

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Study on enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil

QIAN et al: ENZYME-ASSISTED EXTRACTION OF OIL 861 under same experimental conditions. Results and Discussion Quality of Extracted Oil from Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction (EAAE) Method Characteristics of extracted oil were found as

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发布位置:Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research 2010Junqing Qian Dehuai Qin Xiangmao Xie Wenwu Zhou从属关系: Zhejiang University of Technology关于:Soybean oil

Enzyme-assisted Aqueous Processing of Soybeans

Progress 09/01/04 to 08/31/06 Outputs We evaluated methods to enhance enzyme-assisted release of oil during aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soybeans including flaking, grinding, extruding, and high-pressure technology (HPP). Oil yield from soy flour was 56 percent, compared to 46 percent from flaked soybeans, 68 percent for double pin-milled flour, and 69 percent for pin-milled flakes.

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Lipid

2012-10-16 An improved lipid extraction process has been established for microalgal using enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP), which mainly involved in sonication and enzyme treatment. As compared to cellulase, neutral protease and alkaline protease, significantly higher lipid recovery was achieved by snailase and trypsin. The highest lipid recovery of 49.82% was obtained by

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Aqueous and Enzymatic Extraction of Oil and Protein

The almond cake is a protein- and oil-rich by-product of the mechanical expression of almond oil that has the potential to be used as a source of valuable proteins and lipids for food applications. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the individual and combined effects of solids-to-liquid ratio (SLR), reaction time, and enzyme use on oil and protein extraction yields from almond cake.

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Two‐Stage Countercurrent Enzyme‐Assisted Aqueous

Abstract Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is an increasingly viable alternative to hexane extraction of soybean oil. Although considered an environmentally friendly technology w...

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Processing of Soybeans (Year

Progress 09/01/05 to 08/31/07 Outputs OUTPUTS: We improved and demonstrated enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) can be used to recover oil from soybeans and to produce an enzyme-modified soy protein (EMSP) product for use in wood product adhesives. EAEP is a water-based process to replace hazardous, polluting and petroleum-derived hexane.

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AQUEOUS ENZYMATIC SESAME OIL AND PROTEIN

Abstract In the present work we evaluated five enzyme-mixtures (Protex 7L, Alcalase 2.4L, Viscozyme L, Natuzyme, and Kemzyme) for their effectiveness in extracting the oil and protein recovery from sesame seeds during an enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction (EAAE) process.

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Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein

The emphasis of this study was to investigate the effect of enzymes on aqueous extraction of canola (Brassica napus L.) seed oil and protein. Four enzymes, Protex 7L, Multifect Pectinase FE, Multifect CX 13L, and Natuzyme, were tested for their

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Aqueous enzymatic process for oil and protein extraction

2011-08-01 Read Aqueous enzymatic process for oil and protein extraction from Moringa oleifera seed, European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Lunasin and Bowman-Birk protease inhibitor

2011-07-13 Lunasin and Bowman-Birk protease inhibitor concentrations of protein extracts from enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of soybeans. Leite Nobrega de Moura JM(1), Hernandez-Ledesma B, de Almeida NM, Hsieh CC, de Lumen BO, Johnson LA.

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Protein recovery from enzyme‐assisted aqueous

Enzyme‐assisted aqueous oil extraction from soybean is a “green” alternative to hexane extraction that must realize potential revenues from a value‐added protein co‐product. Three technologies were investigated to recover protein from the skim fraction of an aqueous extraction process.

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Effect of Extruding Parameters on Soybean Oil Yield of

Experiments were carried out to investigate effects of extruding parameters on soybean oil yield extracted with enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction. It was found that extrusion and expansion parameters affected significantly on total soy oil yield. Optimal extrusion and expansion parameters for highest total soy oil yield were obtained using response surface methodology.

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Protein and oil recoveries from enzyme-assisted

Protein and oil recoveries from enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of soybeans and sunflower seed . By Kerry Alan Campbell. Abstract. Aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soybeans has the potential to achieve oil extraction yields comparable to hexane extraction without the environmental or safety concerns associated with hexane. The economic viability of this novel process depends upon

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Juliana Maria Leite Nobrega de Moura Bell Food

Protein Extraction and Membrane Recovery in Enzyme-assisted Aqueous Extraction Processing of Soybeans. J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc, 88:877-889; Campbell KA, Glatz CE, Johnson LA, Jung S, de Moura JMLN, Kapchie V, Murphy P (2011). Advances in Aqueous Extraction Processing of Soybeans J. Amer. Oil Chem. Soc, DOI 10.1007/s11746-010-1724-5

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Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil and protein

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Aqueous enzyme assisted oil extraction from oilseeds

The emulsion resulting from AEE requires de-emulsification to separate the oil; when enzymes are used for this purpose, the method is known as aqueous enzymatic emulsion de-emulsification (AEED). In general, enzyme assisted oil extraction is known to yield oil having highly favourable characteristics. This review covers technological aspects of

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Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Peanut Oil Aparna Sharma,S.K. Khare, and M.N. Gupta* Chemistry Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016, India ABSTRACT: Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from oilseeds is a relatively recent technique.

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Using Enzymes for Oil Recovery from Edible Seeds

Extraction technology, e g, alternative solvents for ex­ traction of oil including supercritical fluids (CO ), the enzymes assisted aqueous extraction and membran tech­ nology for upgradation of protein quality, are the tech­ nologies that have a scope in the future2• According to oil technologists all around the world,

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Processes Free Full-Text Effects of Processing

The enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process (EAEP) is an environmentally friendly strategy that simultaneously extracts oil and protein from several food matrices. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of pH (6.5–9.5), temperature (45–55 °C), solids-to-liquid ratio (SLR) (1:12–1:8), and amount of enzyme (0.5–1.0%) on the extraction and separation of oil and

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微波辅助生物解离法提取大豆油工艺及作用机理研究-Microwave-assisted and enzyme

The soybean oil extracted by microwave-assisted and enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process had better quality . The peroxide value, p-fennel value and phospholipid content were lower. The transmission electron microscopy showed that the cell wall structure tissue was destroyed more obviously after microwave treatment, which was an important

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Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction

2017-01-23 In this review, green solvents and technology like aqueous assisted enzyme extraction are better solution for oil extraction from oilseeds. Enzyme mediated extraction is eco-friendly, can obtain higher yields, cost-effective and aids in obtaining co-products without any damage. Enzyme technology has great potential for oil extraction in oilseed

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Demulsification of oil-rich emulsion from enzyme-assisted

Extraction of soybean oil from flaked and extruded soybeans using enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is a promising alternative to conventional hexane extraction. The efficiencies of four proteases releasing oil from extruded material were compared. Protex 51FP, Protex 6L and Protex 7L each extracted 90% of the total oil

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