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Chemical Deterioration of Proteins

John R. Whitaker

Chemical Deterioration of Proteins

Based on a Symposium Sponsored by the Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry at the Acs/Csj Chemical Congre (ACS Symposium Series)

by John R. Whitaker

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Published by Amer Chemical Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Congresses,
  • Organic chemistry,
  • Deterioration,
  • Proteins,
  • Proteins in human nutrition

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMaseo Fujmake (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8226492M
    ISBN 100841205434
    ISBN 109780841205437

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Quality deterioration due to chemical changes and alterations in condition due to physical instability are not always recognised, yet can be just as problematic as microbial spoilage. This book provides an authoritative review of key topics in this area.

Please note: If you switch to a different device, you may be asked to login again with only your ACS ID. RETURN TO BOOK PREV Chapter NEXT. Chemical Deterioration of Muscle Proteins During Frozen Storage. JUICHIRO J. MATSUMOTO.

JUICHIRO J. MATSUMOTO. Department of Chemistry, Sophia University, Kioi-cho 7, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan More by JUICHIRO J. MATSUMOTO. DOI: /bkch Chemical Deterioration of Proteins book deterioration of proteins: based on a symposium sponsored by the Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry at the ACS/CSJ Chemical Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii, AprilPhysical and chemical deteriorations of food powders affect functionality of the powders during handling and utilization.

Understanding of physical and chemical changes of food powders during. Aug 03,  · Finally, in some cases they keep water in the meat, which could prevent any proteins from changing shape during frozen storage, according to a chapter.

The major chemical degradation processes responsible for quality deterioration in fish including enzymatic degradation of proteins, lipids and trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) as well as oxidative reactions are reviewed.

Methods to prevent these reactions are adamwbender.com by: 6. SUMMARY— During an 8-week storage period of bovine muscle at −4°C, the total extractable protein content dropped from 91 to 51%.

This decline, accompanied by a decrease in water-binding. Get this from a library. Food protein deterioration: mechanisms and functionality: based on a symposium sponsored by the ACS Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry at the nd Meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York, New York, August[John P Cherry; American Chemical Society.

Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. Proteins occupy a unique status among the constituents of biological matter by virtue of their relatively large size and complex, multifaceted, and multireactive structures. These properties give them superb characteristics for functioning in biological systems in many different ways, but these characteristics also make many proteins Cited by: 4.

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Methods in Enzymology, Vol. 52, Biomembranes. Part C: Biological Oxidations. Proteins are polymers of some 21 different amino acids joined together by peptide bonds. Because of the variety of side chains that occur when these amino acids are linked together, the different proteins may have different chemical properties and widely different secondary and tertiary structures.

Chemical deterioration (mainly lipid autoxidation and lipolysis) and microbiological degradation are the two major reactions that affect the quality of coconut milk. Similar to coconut water, coconut milk is also affected by browning reactions. As a result, the white milky colour turns slightly greyish.

The chemical bonds that hold the muscle proteins actin and myosin together result from the equal sharing of electrons between atoms of similar electronegativities known as: Nonpolar covalent bonds Chloride ions readily ionize in water and frequently form ionic bonds with important ions of the nervous system sodium and potassium.

Chemical Changes During Processing and Storage of Foods presents a comprehensive and updated discussion of the major chemical changes occurring in foods during processing and storage, the mechanisms and influencing factors involved, and their effects on food quality and shelf-life, food safety, and health.

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In the early stages, this transformation of sediment into sedimentary rock, (lithification) is accompanied simply by a reduction in porosity, while its component mineralogy remains. Oct 02,  · Biodeterioration 1. What it is. Deterioration is a phenomenon that occurs in materials of every type, including those used in buildings, metals, stones of monuments and so on.

Any undesirable change in the properties of materials caused by vital activities of organisms is called biodeterioration. Or it is defined as any form of irreversible alteration, implying a modification in the.

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Chemical Deterioration: Due to the hydrogen ion present in the archival materials.Microbial life depends upon an orderly and continuous supply of proteins, synthesized via ribosomes during translation, in order to function as enzymes and structural molecules.

Microbial agents inhibit the forming of proteins required in growth and metabolism and .The sequence of proteins, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates is determined principally by chemical methods. This is understandable since it is, in fact, the chemical structure. These methods have advanced tremendously in the past decade, and the implications of these advances constitute the second section of this chapter.