2023
DOI: 10.1590/fst.102722
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Quality assessment of fermented soybeans: physicochemical, bioactive compounds and biogenic amines

Abstract: In this research, a total of 47 samples from five types of fermented soybeans were selected. The physicochemical parameters, biogenic amines (BAs) and bioactive compounds such as isoflavones, total phenolic (TPC) and γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) were investigated. The results showed that the contents of isoflavones ranged from 598.06 mg/kg to 2725.03 mg/kg in all samples and it varied from 598.96 mg/kg to 2241.67 mg/kg in Semen Sojae Preparatum (SSP) which was higher than other types of fermented soybeans. The m… Show more

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“…The present study found that the PER and PRR had a quadratic relationship with dietary TM levels, and PER in the TM24 group was significantly higher than in the TM0 and TM48 groups; however, both FR and FCR in the TM24 group were lower than in the TM0 group or TM48 group, indicating that an appropriate level of TM in the diet can promote the growth of largemouth bass by improving feed utilization and protein deposition. This may be related to bioactive compounds in TM, such as chitin, antimicrobial peptide and β-glucanase [ 30 , 31 ]. Chitin has been shown to enhance immune response and resistance [ 32 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The present study found that the PER and PRR had a quadratic relationship with dietary TM levels, and PER in the TM24 group was significantly higher than in the TM0 and TM48 groups; however, both FR and FCR in the TM24 group were lower than in the TM0 group or TM48 group, indicating that an appropriate level of TM in the diet can promote the growth of largemouth bass by improving feed utilization and protein deposition. This may be related to bioactive compounds in TM, such as chitin, antimicrobial peptide and β-glucanase [ 30 , 31 ]. Chitin has been shown to enhance immune response and resistance [ 32 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%