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In Vitro Binding Capacity of Bile Acids by Defatted Corn Protein Hydrolysate
AbstractDefatted corn protein was digested using five different proteases, Alcalase, Trypsin, Neutrase, Protamex and Flavourzyme, in order to produce bile acid binding peptides. Bile acid binding capacity was analyzed in vitro using peptides from different proteases of defatted corn hydrolysate. Some crystalline bile acids like sodium glycocholate, sodium cholate and sodium deoxycholate were individually tested using HPLC to see which enzymes can release more peptides with high bile acid binding capacity. Peptides from Flavourzyme defatted corn hydrolysate exhibited significantly (p
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Kongo-Dia-Moukala, J.U.; Zhang, H.; Claver Irakoze, P. In Vitro Binding Capacity of Bile Acids by Defatted Corn Protein Hydrolysate. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2011, 12, 1066-1080.View more citation formats
Kongo-Dia-Moukala JU, Zhang H, Claver Irakoze P. In Vitro Binding Capacity of Bile Acids by Defatted Corn Protein Hydrolysate. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2011; 12(2):1066-1080.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kongo-Dia-Moukala, Jauricque Ursulla; Zhang, Hui; Claver Irakoze, Pierre. 2011. "In Vitro Binding Capacity of Bile Acids by Defatted Corn Protein Hydrolysate." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 12, no. 2: 1066-1080.
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