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Specified parameters of peach kernel protein


, : Specified parameters of peach kernel protein. Annals of Agricultural Science (Cairo) 31(1): 567-578

Factors affecting the protein extractability of the peach kernel seeds were studied. Under the conditions of the experiment, extraction was complete with a solids-to solvent ratio of 1:10 (m/v). Maximum extraction of the protein was attained after 60 mins. Peach kernel protein was extracted with water and with aqueous solvents of different pH values. The percentage of soluble protein containing compound, increases by the action of alkaline solutions. The solubility and the alpha amino groups decreased with prolonged heat treatment. Protein isolate was evaluated through solubility index, yield, nitrogen content, and colour.

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