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Record number 399695
Title Proteins in biomass streams
Author(s) Mulder, W.J.
Source Wageningen : Food & Biobased Research (Rapport 1134) - 60
Department(s) FBR BP Biorefinery & Natural Fibre Technology
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) eiwitten - agro-industriële sector - landbouwindustrie - biomassa - voedingseiwit - diervoedering - financiën - biobased economy - bioraffinage - productieprocessen - chemicaliën uit biologische grondstoffen - economische aspecten - proteins - agroindustrial sector - agribusiness - biomass - dietary protein - animal feeding - finance - biorefinery - production processes - biobased chemicals - economic aspects
Categories Food and Bioprocess Engineering (General) / Proteins and Enzymes
Abstract The focus of this study is to give an overview of traditional and new biomasses and biomass streams that contain proteins. When information was available, the differences in molecular structure and physical and chemical properties for the different proteins is given. For optimal biomass use, isolation of valuable compounds like proteins can be an important aspect. To make decisions possible if biorefinery strategies by which the isolation of proteins is feasible, the economical value and production volumes of the different biomass streams will be discussed (when available). Also the industrial relevance and possible applications, such as technical applications and chemicals derived from proteins, will be reported. In addition, the outlet of protein-rich biomass resources in the feed sector will be pointed out.
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