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2014 (Vol. 6, Issue: 2)
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Optimization for Ultrasound-assisted Calcium Hydroxide Extraction of Protein from Shrimp Waste using Response Surface Methodology

Xiaopeng Cui, Jianfeng Sun, Xinyue Li, Jie Wang and Hong Wang
Corresponding Author:  Jianfeng Sun 

Key words:  Calcium hydroxide, extraction, protein, response surface methodology, vannamei waste, ,
Vol. 6 , (2): 228-232
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September 24, 2013 October 11, 2013 February 10, 2014
Abstract:

Each year a considerable number of shrimp wastes were discarded. It caused a waste of resources, but also led to environmental pollution. In order to make a reasonable use of shrimp waste, protein was extracted from Vannamei waste by calcium hydroxide and ultrasonic-assisted, then used response surface methodology to optimize experiments to find the optimum extraction method. The optimal condition, predicted protein extraction rate of 37%, was obtained under the optimum conditions of the extraction time of 81 min, the extraction temperature of 60.00C and the extraction concentration of 0.18 g/g dry matter.
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Xiaopeng Cui, Jianfeng Sun, Xinyue Li, Jie Wang and Hong Wang, 2014. Optimization for Ultrasound-assisted Calcium Hydroxide Extraction of Protein from Shrimp Waste using Response Surface Methodology.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 6(2): 228-232.
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