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A meal from collagen-containing raw material

A meal from collagen-containing raw material

Nauchnye Trudy Kazanskogo Gosudarstvennogo Veterinarnogo Instituta 134: 106-107

Wastes from the hide industry contained water 77, crude protein 11.9, ash 7.7, NaCl approximately 5, total sulphur 0.13 and NaHSO3 0.14%; the pH was 14.0. Half of the raw material was stirred at 40 deg C for 2 h with 3 times the weight of water. The sediment was washed twice with warm water, boiled for 30 min with an equal amount of water, cooled to 4 deg C and saturated with CO2 to pH 6.0 with constant stirring for 20 to 30 min.

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