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Title: Hydrolysis of flatulence-causing galacto-oligosaccharides by agarose-entrapped Aspergillus oryzae cells
Authors: Khare, S K
Jha, Krishna
Gandhi, A P
Gupta, M N
Keywords: aspergillus oryzae
agarose beads
entrapped cells
hydrolyzing flatulence-causing
immobilized cells
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Food Chemistry, 51(1), 29-31p.
Abstract: Aspergillus oryzae cells were entrapped within agarose beads. These entrapped cells, having α-galactosidase activity of 0.72 IU/ml, were used for hydrolyzing flatulence-causing galacto-oligosaccharides present in soymilk. The total of 52% raffinose, 70% stachyose, and 66.3% total oligosaccharides of soymilk was observed to be hydrolyzed in 8 h at 50°C by these immobilized cells.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/2346
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