A Statistical Experimental Design to Plastein Synthesis with the Mixture of Soy Protein Isolate(SPI) Hydrolysate and Whey Protein Isolate(WPI) Hydrolysate
A statistical experimental design to plastein synthesis which was catalyzed by transglutaminase, using the mixture of soy protein isolate(SPI) hydrolysate and whey protein isolate (WPI) hydrolysate, was investigated. Enzyme/Substrate(E/S:5-25U/g), pH(5-9) and temperature (35-65°C) were selected as major operating variables. To investigate the effects of variables to yield of plastein, the statistical experiment of Box-Behnken design(BBD) and Response Surface methodology(RSM) was employed. Regression analysis showed that the experiment data accorded with the predicted values obtained from quadratic regression equation in BBD with R-Squared of 0.9866 and F-value of 102.51. The optimum results estimated by BBD were as follows: E/S(19.5U/g), pH(6.8), and temperature(50.0°C), gave a maximum plastein yield of 54%. In the present experiment, the preliminary study on plastein functions such as foaming, emulsifying, were showed that plastein had a good biological function.
Zhong Cao, Yinghe He, Lixian Sun and Xueqiang Cao
Y. C. Xu et al., "A Statistical Experimental Design to Plastein Synthesis with the Mixture of Soy Protein Isolate(SPI) Hydrolysate and Whey Protein Isolate(WPI) Hydrolysate", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 236-238, pp. 2773-2779, 2011