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Preparation of decolorized peptides from slaughter house blood

, : Preparation of decolorized peptides from slaughter house blood. MIRCEN Journal of Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology 2(3): 359-364

The haemoglobin from slaughter house blood is a waste produce due to the colour and off-flavour. Many methods for the decolorization of haemoglobin have been described; they are often unsatisfactory for operation on an industrial scale. This study demonstrates the use of aluminium oxide in order to decolorize a peptic hydrolysate of bovine blood. Peptides were obtained by this method both on the laboratory and pilot plant scale.

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