chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil

  • Extraction of proteins and residual oil from flax ( Linum

    Mar 03, 2021· The oilseed pressing process for the production of vegetable oils creates large amounts of cakes as by-products that contain high-added-value substances such as proteins and lipids. This work targets the chemical characterization of flax cake (FC), camelina cake (CC), and sunflower cake (SC) in order to evaluate the composition of proteins and residual oil, which are two of the main components

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  • Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

    Nevertheless, vegetable oil extraction consumes large quantities of hexane, and therefore, there is a need to explore green technologies such as aqueous enzymatic‐assisted extraction and green solvents such as ionic liquids and terpenes (Sahad, Md Som, & Sulaiman, 2014).Green solvents present a huge potential to replace the commonly used n‐hexane without compromising the quality of oil and

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  • Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil and Protein from

    Aug 14, 2008· 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 processing (EAEP) were evaluated. Oil and protein were distributed in three fractions generated by the EAEP: cream + free oil, skim and

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  • Comparison of Quality Characteristics of Soybeans from

    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil. LWT Food Science and Technology 2013,51,51-58. DOI: 10.1016/j.lwt.2012.10.001.

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  • Chemical composition of solid waste and effect

    Mar 01, 2012· 2.2.2. Chemical analysis. Freeze dried samples of solid residue from enzymatic extraction of soybean oil were analyzed for ash content (method 923.03), total lipids (method 920.85), total nitrogen (N X 5.75) (method 920.87) (), soluble, insoluble and total dietary fibers and the results presented as g/100 g (dried weight).The carbohydrate content was estimated by the difference

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  • Liquid−Liquid Equilibrium of the Castor Oil + Soybean Oil

    Oct 16, 2002· Liquid−liquid equilibria for the ternary system castor oil + soybean oil + hexane are studied at 298.15 K. Mixtures are equilibrated in a temperature-controlled water bath. After evaporation of hexane, the oil compositions of each phase are determined by a combination of gravimetric measurements and the analysis of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) using gas chromatography.

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  • Extraction of oil from soybeans Serrato 1981 Journal

    Ramón Morales Chabrand, Charles E. Glatz, Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour, Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 10.1016/j.enzmictec.2009.03.008, 45, 1, (28-35), (2009).

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  • Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from

    oil extraction [11, 20]. Green techniques for oil extraction from oilseeds Aqueous enzymatic extraction (AEE) Aqueous extraction involves water as a medium to extract the oil from oilseeds. It is well known that the lipid molecules are amphipathic in nature and the water soluble components diffuse into water which culmi-

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  • Geisi Mello Balsamo's research works Federal University

    Geisi Mello Balsamo's 5 research works with 58 citations and 226 reads, including: Proteome Comparison of Grains from Two Maize Genotypes, with Colorless Kernel Pericarp (

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  • (PDF) Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme

    Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Vegetable Oils with Conventional Methods. Sajid Latif. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER.

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  • The structure of soluble soybean polysaccharide Request PDF

    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil. Edna R. Amante; The aim of this study was the chemical characterization of liquid residues

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

    ELSEVIER Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, and K. Niranjan Department of Food Science and Technology, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, United Kingdom Industrial processes for the extraction of edible oil from oilseeds generally involve a solvent extraction step which may or may not be preceded by pressing.

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  • Physical-Chemical Properties of Edible Film Made from

    For environmental and health considerations, enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP)—an environmentally friendly way to extract soybean oil—has been developed . EAEP results in four fractions: free oil, an oil-in-water emulsion, a liquid fraction (skim), and a residual fraction.

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  • Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

    Aqueous enzymatic extraction is a novel technique that uses enzymes as the medium for extraction of oil. Selection of the enzymes solely depends on the structure of the oilseed and the composition of the cell wall. Studies reveal an enzyme to substrate ratio of 1% to 8%, the temperature of 40 to 55 C, and a pH of 4 to 8 to be typical

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  • Liquid−Liquid Equilibrium of the Castor Oil + Soybean Oil

    Oct 16, 2002· Liquid−liquid equilibria for the ternary system castor oil + soybean oil + hexane are studied at 298.15 K. Mixtures are equilibrated in a temperature-controlled water bath. After evaporation of hexane, the oil compositions of each phase are determined by a combination of gravimetric measurements and the analysis of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) using gas chromatography.

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  • Soybean proteins. Their functional, chemical, and physical

    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil. LWT Ileal digestibility of amino acids in conventional, fermented, and enzyme-treated soybean meal and in soy protein isolate, fish meal, and casein fed to weanling pigs1.

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  • Geisi Mello Balsamo's research works Federal University

    Geisi Mello Balsamo's 5 research works with 58 citations and 226 reads, including: Proteome Comparison of Grains from Two Maize Genotypes, with Colorless Kernel Pericarp (

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  • Extraction and Characterization of Oil Bodies from Soy

    Soybeans contain oil bodies that are coated by a layer of oleosin proteins. In nature, this protein coating protects the oil bodies from environmental stresses and may be utilized by food manufacturers for the same purpose. In this study, oil bodies were extracted from soybean using an aqueous extraction method that involved blending, dispersion (pH 8.6), filtration, and centrifugation steps

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) SpringerLink

    Among different molecules sought by enzymatic aqueous extraction, the oil is the product that has undergone the greatest number of program search for many years. Today, the enzymatic aqueous extraction projects grow much more widely, and all of the compounds of interest from a plant raw material are desired.

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  • Improved recovery of protein from soy grit by enzyme

    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil LWT Food Sci. Technol. (Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft -Technol.),51 ( 2013 ),pp. 51 58,10.1016/j.lwt.2012.10.001

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  • Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous

    Request PDF Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil The aim of this study was the chemical characterization of liquid residues obtained

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  • Soybean proteins. Their functional, chemical, and physical

    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil. LWT Ileal digestibility of amino acids in conventional, fermented, and enzyme-treated soybean meal and in soy protein isolate, fish meal, and casein fed to weanling pigs1.

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  • Aqueous and enzymatic processes for edible oil extraction

    Technol., 1996, vol. 19, November 1 Edible oil extraction: A. Rosenthal zyxwvutsrqpon et al. zyxwvuts Table 5 Enzymatic aqueous extraction for different oil-bearing materials in comparison to control Oil Concentration yield Oilseed Enzyme or activity (%) Reference Rapeseed Control (aqueous without enzyme) 53.9 Pectinase (Pectinex ultra-sp) 2%

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  • Mechanisms of Aqueous Extraction of Soybean Oil Journal

    Aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soy is a promising green alternative to hexane extraction processing. To improve AEP oil yields, experiments were conducted to probe the mechanisms of oil release. Microscopy of extruded soy before and after extraction with and without protease indicated that unextracted oil is sequestered in an insoluble matrix of denatured protein and is released by

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  • (PDF) Enzymatic Extraction of Wheat Germ Oil Meizhen Xie

    Optimization of the Aqueous Extraction ProcessRSM was utilized to optimize the Alcalase 2.4 L FG aided enzymatic oil extraction process parameters and thus maximize the oil extraction yield. The experimental data obtained from extraction runs are shown in Table 1. Oil extraction yields ranged from 10.63 to 66.45%.

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  • Characterization of Different Oil Soapstocks and Their

    Lipases are enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of the ester linkage in a triacylglycerol oil-water interface, while in non-aqueous environments they catalyze reverse reactions (esterification, transesterification and interesterification). They can be produced by a solid state fermentation (SSF) process adding value to agro-industrial residues as alkaline soapstocks that can be used as a

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  • (PDF) Extraction and Characterization of Oil Bodies from

    J. Agric. Food Chem. 2007, 55, 8711–8716 8711 Extraction and Characterization of Oil Bodies from Soy Beans: A Natural Source of Pre-Emulsified Soybean Oil DAIGO IWANAGA,† DAVID A. GRAY,‡ IAN D. FISK,‡ ERIC ANDREW DECKER,† JOCHEN WEISS,† AND DAVID JULIAN MCCLEMENTS*,† Biopolymers and Colloids Research Laboratory, Department of Food Science, University of

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  • Enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction combined with

    Oct 01, 2019· Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft und -Technologie- Food Science and Technology,51 ( 2013 ),pp. 51 58 Article Download PDF View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

    Nevertheless, vegetable oil extraction consumes large quantities of hexane, and therefore, there is a need to explore green technologies such as aqueous enzymatic‐assisted extraction and green solvents such as ionic liquids and terpenes (Sahad, Md Som, & Sulaiman, 2014).Green solvents present a huge potential to replace the commonly used n‐hexane without compromising the quality of oil and

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    An aqueous enzymatic extraction method was developed to obtain free oil and protein hydrolysates from dehulled rapeseeds. The rapeseed slurry was treated by the chosen combination of pectinase, cellulase, and β‐glucanase (4:1:1, v/v/v) at concentration of 2.5% (v/w) for 4 h.

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  • Extraction and Characterization of Oil Bodies from Soy

    Soybeans contain oil bodies that are coated by a layer of oleosin proteins. In nature, this protein coating protects the oil bodies from environmental stresses and may be utilized by food manufacturers for the same purpose. In this study, oil bodies were extracted from soybean using an aqueous extraction method that involved blending, dispersion (pH 8.6), filtration, and centrifugation steps

    Get Price
  • Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

    Aqueous enzymatic extraction is a novel technique that uses enzymes as the medium for extraction of oil. Selection of the enzymes solely depends on the structure of the oilseed and the composition of the cell wall. Studies reveal an enzyme to substrate ratio of 1% to 8%, the temperature of 40 to 55 C, and a pH of 4 to 8 to be typical

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  • Ultrasound-assisted aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil

    Ultrasound-assisted aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil from perilla seeds and determination of its physicochemical properties, fatty acid composition and antioxidant activity w/w). An oil sample was also prepared by CPE. The oil samples were stored in glass vials at 4 °C prior to physical and chemical characterization. 2.3 Ultrasound

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    Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil. Journal of Food Science and Technology, 51: 51-58. 11. Soto, C., Chamy, R. and Zuniga, M. E. (2007). Enzymatic hydrolysis and pressing conditions effect on borage oil extraction by cold pressing. Journal of Food Chemistry, 102: 834-840. 12.

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) SpringerLink

    Among different molecules sought by enzymatic aqueous extraction, the oil is the product that has undergone the greatest number of program search for many years. Today, the enzymatic aqueous extraction projects grow much more widely, and all of the compounds of interest from a plant raw material are desired.

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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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  • Recovery of high value‐added protein from enzyme‐assisted

    Jan 24, 2019· Enzyme‐assisted aqueous extraction of soybeans was conducted according to the parameters in our previous work (Li et al., 2014). Briefly, the soybean extrudates were ground, sieved, and blended with deionized (DI) water at a solid‐to‐liquid ratio of 1:6 (w/v).

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  • Liquid−Liquid Equilibrium of the Castor Oil + Soybean Oil

    Oct 16, 2002· Liquid−liquid equilibria for the ternary system castor oil + soybean oil + hexane are studied at 298.15 K. Mixtures are equilibrated in a temperature-controlled water bath. After evaporation of hexane, the oil compositions of each phase are determined by a combination of gravimetric measurements and the analysis of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) using gas chromatography.

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  • Characterization of Different Oil Soapstocks and Their

    Lipases are enzymes that catalyze the hydrolysis of the ester linkage in a triacylglycerol oil-water interface, while in non-aqueous environments they catalyze reverse reactions (esterification, transesterification and interesterification). They can be produced by a solid state fermentation (SSF) process adding value to agro-industrial residues as alkaline soapstocks that can be used as a

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  • Characteristics of Oil and Skim in Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous

    soybean crushing plants have caused a resurgence of interest in using a more environmentally friendly extraction technology to extract oil and protein from oil-bearing seeds [1–5]. The enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process (EAEP) achieves simultaneous extraction of oil and protein from soybeans, which are fractionated into cream (oil-rich

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  • (PDF) Efficiency of pretreatments for optimal enzymatic

    Abbreviations: AC, accellerase 1000; AEP, aqueous extraction processing; AIL, EAEP is an environmentally friendly alternative to hexane (solvent) acid insoluble lignin; ASL, acid soluble lignin; db, dry basis; EAEP, enzyme-assisted extraction of soybean oil and results in oil extraction yield of 97% aqueous extraction processing; FFSF, full-fat

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  • (PDF) Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme

    Analytical Investigations to Compare the Enzyme-Assisted Extraction of Vegetable Oils with Conventional Methods. Sajid Latif. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER.

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  • Extraction and Purification of Lipoxygenase from Soybean

    Oct 24, 2009· The purification of lipoxygenase in soybeans (richest known source) was attempted by precipitation, using polyethylene glycol, followed by aqueous two-phase extraction (ATPE). The preliminary purification by precipitation was standardized which resulted in two-fold purification. The influence of process parameters such as phase forming salt, molecular weight of phase forming

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    Ângela Angeloni Rovaris's 5 research works with 99 citations and 1,552 reads, including: Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil

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  • Novel oil extraction technologies: Process conditions

    Nevertheless, vegetable oil extraction consumes large quantities of hexane, and therefore, there is a need to explore green technologies such as aqueous enzymatic‐assisted extraction and green solvents such as ionic liquids and terpenes (Sahad, Md Som, & Sulaiman, 2014).Green solvents present a huge potential to replace the commonly used n‐hexane without compromising the quality of oil and

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Enzymatic Extraction of Wheat Germ Oil Meizhen Xie

    Optimization of the Aqueous Extraction ProcessRSM was utilized to optimize the Alcalase 2.4 L FG aided enzymatic oil extraction process parameters and thus maximize the oil extraction yield. The experimental data obtained from extraction runs are shown in Table 1. Oil extraction yields ranged from 10.63 to 66.45%.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Efficiency of pretreatments for optimal enzymatic

    Abbreviations: AC, accellerase 1000; AEP, aqueous extraction processing; AIL, EAEP is an environmentally friendly alternative to hexane (solvent) acid insoluble lignin; ASL, acid soluble lignin; db, dry basis; EAEP, enzyme-assisted extraction of soybean oil and results in oil extraction yield of 97% aqueous extraction processing; FFSF, full-fat

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  • Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous

    The aim of this study was the chemical characterization of liquid residues obtained from the extraction of soybean oil, through enzyme processing. Protein content was approximately 32 g/100 g at dry weight basis (dwb) with pH adjustment and 52 g/100 g (dwb) without pH control, and the total carbohydrate content was around 31 g/100 g.

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    دریافت مقاله با ترجمه فارسی sciencedirect : Chemical characterization of liquid residues from aqueous enzymatic extraction of soybean oil دانلود رایگان مقاله

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  • Optimization of the Aqueous Enzymatic Extraction

    An aqueous enzymatic extraction method was developed to obtain free oil and protein hydrolysates from dehulled rapeseeds. The rapeseed slurry was treated by the chosen combination of pectinase, cellulase, and β‐glucanase (4:1:1, v/v/v) at concentration of 2.5% (v/w) for 4 h.

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  • MSc Thesis Biobased Chemistry and Technology AQUEOUS

    The potential of a mild aqueous extraction to obtain high-quality oil bodies and proteins from tomato processing residues is investigated. A set of extraction parameters (particle size, pH, solid:liquid ratio, salt concentration) was tested. Oil bodies could be purified from tomato seeds as a

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  • Digestibility, textural and sensory characteristics

    Mar 06, 2020· The residues from the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction (EAE) of soybean is a form of okara that contains more SDF, and its edibility and applicability are higher than normal okara 13.

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