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Composition of fatty acids and lipid classes in bulk products generated during enzymic hydrolysis of cod (Gadus morhua) by-products



Composition of fatty acids and lipid classes in bulk products generated during enzymic hydrolysis of cod (Gadus morhua) by-products



Process Biochemistry 40(8): 2659-2670



During enzymatic hydrolysis of cod (Gadus morhua) by-products four lipid containing fractions were generated: oil, emulsion, fish protein hydrolysates and sludge. The raw material consisted of combinations of viscera, backbone and digestive tract and was hydrolysed with, respectively, Flavourzyme, Neutrase or without addition of enzyme. The effect of water addition was also studied.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.procbio.2004.12.012


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