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Effect of some antinutritional factors on the in vitro protein digestibility of fababean and pea


, : Effect of some antinutritional factors on the in vitro protein digestibility of fababean and pea. Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Food Science and Technology 3: 57-58

Condensed tannins, trypsin inhibitors, phytate, dietary fibre and lignin, and in vitro protein digestibility were determined in samples of flours from Vicia faba and Pisum spp., and in their air-classified protein concentrates. Trypsin inhibitors and phytates were concentrated with proteins, while air-classification removed tannins and fibre components.


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