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Direct extraction process for the production of a white, defatted, food grade peanut flour

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Pominski, J.S.adaro, J.; Pearce, H., 1982: Direct extraction process for the production of a white defatted food-grade peanut flour. United States patent United States Patent Office: 1982 (4,355,051)

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Zheng, L.; Zhao, Y.; Xiao, C.; Sun-Waterhouse, D.; Zhao, M.; Su, G., 2015: Mechanism of the discrepancy in the enzymatic hydrolysis efficiency between defatted peanut flour and peanut protein isolate by Flavorzyme. Both defatted peanut flour (DPF) and peanut protein isolate (PPI) are widely used to prepare peanut protein hydrolysates. To compare their enzymatic hydrolysis efficiencies, DPF and PPI were hydrolysed by Alcalase, Neutrase, Papain, Protamex and F...

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Song, Y.; Du, B.; Zhou, T.; Han, B.; Yu, F.; Yang, R.; Hu, X.; Ni, Y.; Li, Q., 2011: Optimization of extraction process by response surface methodology and preliminary structural analysis of polysaccharides from defatted peanut (Arachis hypogaea) cakes. In this work, response surface methodology was used to determine optimum conditions for extraction of polysaccharides from defatted peanut cake. A central composite design including independent variables, such as extraction temperature (x(1)), ext...