Molecules 2012, 17(9), 10946-10957; doi:10.3390/molecules170910946
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A Comparative Study of the Characteristics of Cross-Linked, Oxidized and Dual-Modified Rice Starches

1 National Engineering Laboratory for Rice and By-product Further Processing, Central South University of Forestry & Technology, Changsha 410004, China 2 Faculty of Food Science and Engineering, Central South University of Forestry & Technology, Changsha 410004, China 3 College of Life Science and Technology, Central South University of Forestry & Technology, Changsha 410004, China 4 Department of Food Science and Technology, Hunan Biological Electromechanical Polytechnic, Changsha 410127, China
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Received: 10 July 2012; in revised form: 31 August 2012 / Accepted: 3 September 2012 / Published: 12 September 2012
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Abstract: Rice starch was cross-linked with epichlorohydrin (0.3%, w/w, on a dry starch basis) and oxidized with sodium hypochlorite (2.5% w/w), respectively. Two dual-modified rice starch samples (oxidized cross-linked rice starch and cross-linked oxidized rice starch) were obtained by the oxidation of cross-linked rice starch and the cross-linking of oxidized rice starch at the same level of reagents. The physicochemical properties of native rice starch, cross-linked rice starch and oxidized rice starch were also studied parallel with those of the two dual-modified rice starch samples using rapid visco analysis (RVA), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), dynamic rheometry and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). It was found that the levels of cross-linking and oxidation used in this study did not cause any significant changes in the morphology of rice starch granules. Cross-linked oxidized starch showed lower swelling power (SP) and solubility, and higher paste clarity in comparison with native starch. Cross-linked oxidized rice starch also had the lowest tendency of retrogradation and highest ability to resistant to shear compared with native, cross-linked, oxidized and oxidized cross-linked rice starches. These results suggest that the undesirable properties in native, cross-linked and oxidized rice starch samples could be overcome through dual-modification.
Keywords: rice starch; cross-linked starch; oxidized starch

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Xiao, H.-X.; Lin, Q.-L.; Liu, G.-Q.; Yu, F.-X. A Comparative Study of the Characteristics of Cross-Linked, Oxidized and Dual-Modified Rice Starches. Molecules 2012, 17, 10946-10957.

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Xiao H-X, Lin Q-L, Liu G-Q, Yu F-X. A Comparative Study of the Characteristics of Cross-Linked, Oxidized and Dual-Modified Rice Starches. Molecules. 2012; 17(9):10946-10957.

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Xiao, Hua-Xi; Lin, Qin-Lu; Liu, Gao-Qiang; Yu, Feng-Xiang. 2012. "A Comparative Study of the Characteristics of Cross-Linked, Oxidized and Dual-Modified Rice Starches." Molecules 17, no. 9: 10946-10957.

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