Acta Biotechnol. volume 19, issue 2, P91-100 1999 DOI: 10.1002/abio.370190202 View full text
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K. Lacki, Z. Duvnjak

Abstract: The stability of a polyphenol oxidase (PPO) preparation from the white-rot fungus Trameres versicolor during a process for the enzymatic decrease of the phenolic content of commercial canola meal (CM) was investigated. The effects of temperature, pH, protein origin and concentration, and meal particles were considered. The results showed that the thermal stability of the enzyme preparation was significantly increased in the presence of CM. The half-life times for the enzyme preparation, pre-incubated with CM …

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