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Record number 347492
Title Method for improving the functional properties of a globular protein, protein thus prepared, use thereof and products containing the protein
Author(s) Veerman, C.; Sagis, L.M.C.; Baptist, H.G.M.; Linden, E. van der; Bolder, S.G.; Kloek, W.
Source Octrooinummer: WO2004049819, verleend: 2004-06-17.
Department(s) Physics and Physical Chemistry of Foods
Publication type Patent
Publication year 2004
Abstract The invention relates to a method for improving the functional properties of globular proteins, comprising the steps of providing a solution of one or more globular proteins, in which solution the protein(s) is / are at least partially aggregated in fibrils; and performing one or more of the following steps in random order: increasing the pH; increasing the salt concentration; concentrating the solution; and changing the solvent quality of the solution. Preferably, the solution of the on or more glubular protein is provided by heating at a low pH or the addition of a denaturing agent. The invention also relates to the protein additive thus obtained, to the use thereof for food and non-food applications and to the food and non-food products containing the protein additive.
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